Genuine Commiserations

Pooliekev

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to the Tranmere and Cheltenham fans on here.

It's been obvious for a couple of months that 2 out of three of us would go. Obviously I wanted us to be the otther one. Without being patronising, have a look a Bristol Rovers, they're on the point of going straight back through the play offs.

I wish you both the best of luck next season and I'll be watching your results.
 

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Thanks for that. Hopefully the bunch of gutless, lazy imposers that have been pretending to be professional footballers wearing the shirt of my beloved club over the last 9 months will be rightly shown the door at around 5 o`clock tomorrow night, with the abuse of the fans still ringing in their ears and we can get a new squad that might actually break sweat during a game. There can`t be a fanbase in the country that hates it`s own team as much as we do right now . We love the club and thats why our average has stayed the same this season but the attitude of most of this bunch of players quite frankly make me sick and I am far from the only one.
 

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Your relegation worries me. Mainly because we're going that way next season.

Hope Tranmere bounce back asap.
 

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Disappointed Cheltenham went down - for GJ, and for being a local (ish) side.

Hope to see both bounce back quickly.
 

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I can only reitarate these commiserations, this could have been any one of 4 or 5 of us and it was pure luck that some of us got the odd results and some didn't, obviously with devastating consequences for those who didn't. If you're in and around the play offs next season then you'll probably not be too unhappy to have gone down; rebuild the club and then go for a real promotion push. Double promotions from the Conference (National League) to League 1 are probably one of the most likely ones to do and, in any case, any situation in which you can be winning more games than you lose must be more entertaining than another season where you get hammered every other game as a fair few teams have been this season, and will be next season. Good luck all.
 

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