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20/21 Matchday Thread

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Rotherham badly need a win against Brentford tonight.
 

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Didnt get that badly needed win unfortunately for them. Now even winning their game in hand (against us) doesn't put them above Derby now.

A shame as I really would like Derby to go down just for how that club has been run in the past few years but i cant see Rotherham having enough to haul it back in now.
 

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Lucky bastards Derby.

They'll probably pull £10m out of nowhere in the summer and get top six next season.
 

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Lucky bastards Derby.

They'll probably pull £10m out of nowhere in the summer and get top six next season.
From all accounts this new owner is not the moneybags they fans thought he would be. Bit of a shithouse apparently.
And it’s not over yet. Can see Wednesday beating forest and derby losing at Swansea. Then it’s onto the last day.
 

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We're playing the shite on Saturday, easy win.
 

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Title secured with a big 4-1 win against Reading today, Dowell scoring two, Pukking getting one and Quintilla scoring his second in two games with a free kick from 25 yards.

The most interesting developments coming at the bottom, though, with Derby falling to defeat and Wycombe winning to keep that relegation picture wide open. Sheffield Wednesday are three points behind Derby after their draw today, so that final game could be huge. Though, Wycombe and Rotherham are also both three points behind going into the final game. Goal difference probably dooms Wycombe still, but they've done very well to take it to the final day.
 

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Nothing game today - even more so with 2 early injuries picked up and no Sarr or Pedro in the team.

So best we could hope for was 0-0.
 

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AFCB rested players today with one eye on the playoffs, but fuck it, you can only play what’s in front of you.

It was a very niggly and physical game, but the ref let a few things slide which I suppose encouraged that.

In a few games this season, we haven’t really had the luck go our way, so it was pleasing to have some jamminess in our favour - AFCB blazing over a free header from point blank range, and us getting the slimmest of deflections on an on-target shot to push it onto the crossbar.

It’s an impossible task to stay up given our GD, but I can’t complain that the players haven’t given it everything.
 

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Has been a great season for you - certainly haven't given up at all.
 

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He’s a bit boom or bust really. Hadnt scored since February then scores 3 incredible goals in one game all from distance which is his speciality.

Good player with a great highlight reel but not sure he’s consistently that good.
 

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Ched Evans has to be the most surprisingly successful signing this season. He's still a really good player.
 

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He’s a bit boom or bust really. Hadnt scored since February then scores 3 incredible goals in one game all from distance which is his speciality.

Good player with a great highlight reel but not sure he’s consistently that good.
I didn’t realise that Cardiff were paying his full £60k a week wages and a £1.2m loan fee. Which is more than half their entire TV income this season. Ridiculous.
 

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This season has been pretty fucking terrible but we have a very good chance of securing a very respectable 13th if we get a result against Nottm Forest and Stoke draw or lose to Bournemouth.

4 wins, 2 draws, 1 defeat and 5 clean sheets in McAvoy's seven games.

Imagine it'll be the same team.

Iversen
Storey, Lindsay, Hughes
VDB, Whiteman, Ledson, Cunningham
Browne
Barkhuizen, Evans​
 

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Sorry Luton guys but hopefully Rotherham can get a win to make the last day even more interesting.
 

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Pretty entertaining game so far, both teams looking a bit shaky at the back leading some chances for both sides. Think we have had the better chances just about but lacked the quality at times to finish things off - ops normal there then.

Cornick on at half time - his first action to be flagged offside. Nice to know some things in this world are ever constant.
 

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Entertaining game but no quality in the final third from either side to speak of so ends 0-0. Felt we had a legitimate goal ruled out from Bradley right at the end, penalised for a foul when if anything he was the one being fouled - but not going to get too upset with it, top half finish secured so happy with it.
 

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We have a lot of work to do tho. Our defensive record has come on leaps and bounds. Have to give credit here and a lot goes to Sluga, who still gives me the willies with the ball at his feet, but hes been practically faultless this season.

Its come at a cost tho. Our goals against doesnt look out of place for a playoff side. Our goals for column isnt out of place for a relegation team.......
 

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I think next season that'll change though - the last 2-3 months we've become a bit more adventurous going forward and I think this position will convince higher profile attacking players to join up. The first half of the season was boring but effective.
 

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Depends on what business we do in midfield if we crack on or fall back
 

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