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Cheltenham Town v Luton Town 24/1

Kenneth E End

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Luton unchanged for the second week running:

Mark Tyler; Michael Harriman, Scott Griffiths, Steve McNulty, Luke Wilkinson; Nathan Doyle, Jonathan Smith, Andy Drury; Jake Howells, Shaun Whalley, Jayden Stockley.

Subs: Alex Lacey, Alex Lawless, Alex Wall, Mark Cullen, Elliott Justham, Ricky Miller and Matt Robinson.
 

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Cheltenham 1-1 Luton (Kotwica & Whalley)
 

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I'll be honest I will be very disappointed if we don't win this. I often go into away games thinking I'd take a draw but this isn't one of them. Glad we have put some more forwards on now, Stockley was sounding very isolated.
 

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Ugh the whole lacking creativity thing is really, really starting to wear a bit thin on me now
 

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Well, that was probably the worst 90 minutes of 'football' from so called professional footballers that I have seen in many a moon. In fact it was a perfect example of one touch football - the one touch being a hoof, often with the ball ending up out of play, from both sides. I wonder what the hell goes on in training every day if that's the end product.
I know that the pitch was deadful, not much more than a pudding, and yes it was difficult to play on, but really, is that the best the pro players can produce?
As for McNulty, a mare doesn't even begin to describe it.
 

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Still was saying the pitch was absolutely terrible so not conducive passing football.

Did sound like McNulty was having a mare, as a bigger guy I reckon if he isn't sure of his footing it probably puts him off his game more than others. Probably making excuses for him but hes allowed the odd bad game.
 

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Truly dour game of football on a truly awful pitch. Oh well.

That's the first game I've ever been to where the home fans didn't once even attempt to start a single song. I'm not even exaggerating, it was bizarre.
 

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