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Doomed Daggers v Wombles

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RefWatch; Ref for Daggers game is Andy Haines, 49, a project manager from Sunderland. FL ref since 2007. Reffed Wombles three times; the crazy 4-4 draw with Carlisle in '14, the 2-0 defeat to Shrews in '15 & the 1-1 draw with Cobblers this season. Reffed Doomed Daggers 3 times (W1-D0-L2).
Hates the scum. Reffed them once & Carlisle won 3-2. Hates them. According to their latest financial results they have a negative net worth of £10m, and operating losses have increased by £1m in a year. It's almost like the business model of uprooting a team to a soulless shithole of a stadium in a soulless shithole of a town, and then giving away free tickets to inbred teenagers was a really bad fucking idea, isn't it?
Home win % is 55%. In 28 games last season he gave 75 Y & 3 R - average.

KettleWatch; AWOL again, so here's a lovely poem for tomorrow instead;
'Oh what a beautiful morning, oh what a beautiful day,
I've got a wonderful feeling, the scum are going down today'
(copyright W Shakespeare, Ryman League South, 1603).

AnagramWatch; Ref Andy Haines = Hide fanny ears.
 

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All the chasing pack want the Daggers to win this one, however it they do I suspect the Dons will be really chucking this play off spot away.
 

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Imagine we'll be experimenting with this one to an extent. Expect Pennell to make a first start and wouldn't be surprised to see Raymond start as well assuming he's back from injury (which I'm led to believe he is).

We'll probably go and sodding win it, anyway. Curo likes to score against Wimbledon so that might be worth a quid. Although having types that I can guarantee he won't feature and that'll be Hawkins leading the line in preparation for next season.
 

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Potential banana skin game for us.
Be interesting to see which Wimbledon team turns up on the night. The team that has a consistently nasty habit of rolling over and having its belly tickled by the bottom feeders, or a team that has serious ambitions of the play-offs.
You'd like to think that the players will really be up for this, after all there is the promise of a trip to Las Vegas come at the end of the season

Hard fought away win.
 

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Bit of a test this one as it's exactly the sort of game we lose
Daggers 0-2 Dons and 700 away
I love end of season emotions, it gets to the best of us :lol:
 

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Dagenham are absolute dogshit. Fill yer boots.
 

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If Wimbledon win this then the last play off spot is theirs and will have obviously deserved it. I hope they do so our season will be over so no more stress! :lol:
 

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Admiring the reverse psychology at work here from Orient and Wycombe. Truth is, even if we win tonight (which is not as nailed on as all that given Cureton always, but always, scores at least one against us) there's still plenty of scope to cock it up. Barring goal difference shocks, we need 10 points from 5 games and two of those are Orient and Pompey. The Fat Lady isn't even putting her stage makeup on yet.
 

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Admiring the reverse psychology at work here from Orient and Wycombe. Truth is, even if we win tonight (which is not as nailed on as all that given Cureton always, but always, scores at least one against us) there's still plenty of scope to cock it up. Barring goal difference shocks, we need 10 points from 5 games and two of those are Orient and Pompey. The Fat Lady isn't even putting her stage makeup on yet.
It's not reverse psychology just a realistic view of our chances as we are nowhere near as good as last season. If there's any team you should worry about catching you i would say it's Exeter who are on a decent run.
 

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Banana skin avoided.
Fantasticset of results all round.... With the deception of Bristol City conceding the in the 93rd minute and home to Cardiff. Just prolongs the franchise agony.

Wombles going up. Franchise going down
 
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Another set of beautiful results tonight, playoffs here we come!
 

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Wombles (maybe) going up and the Franchise going down... Glorious
Trying not to think that far ahead yet. We know they are fucked, but we still have some work to do. Meeting on level terms as far as leagues will be "interesting." Not sure about them coming to us, we will have to disinfect the place afterwards.
 

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