National League Fixtures 23/11

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Between us and Aldershot for that last relegation spot.

Altrincham away Saturday. Be happy if we score.

Think it will come down to 5 games over late December/New Year. Barnet, Weymouth, KL, Aldershot and Dover. 3 wins needed min

Maidenhead are being dragged into the scrap, particularly if you beat them in a couple of weeks
 

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Southend will be alright.

Dover are obviously gone. Be stunned if King's Lynn stay up after watching them the other night.

I'll go for Weymouth for the last one.
 

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I also think, with what we have going on behind the scenes to sort out this 3 year shambles, that we should be Ok eventually this season. I didn't want to say this earlier in the season as there was no substance to back it up and I certainly didn't want to, and still don't, want to come across as disrespecting the other clubs that are in this division, by alluding to a "right" to do better. I strongly don't believe that by the way. ( Had enough of that from the likes of Leeds, West Ham and the like when we did make it up to the 2nd tier of the football ladder and know how that motivates both players and fans to run out as winners and we ended up beating both the aforementioned teams at least once). You are where you deserve to be in football and right now we deserve to be where we are, following the events on and off the field for the past three years.

Circumstances have given us a better than average chance of pulling away with the three down this year and Dover's points fine for sure. Nothing is guaranteed though and we have a lot of work still to do to start pulling away. But we have a slightly brighter horizon to chase and whilst nothing is guaranteed, I would certainly hope we can pull away from the lower reaches of the division between now and the season's close.

It will all come out in the wash.........
 

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:ds:Nothing can phase me, secure as I am in my faith in The Shaymen. Did I mention, we're going up this year? :ds:
 

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D-minus. Must try harder. :ds:

I had the pleasure of watching Paul Mullin in action for one season and I can tell you one thing. He scored a shitload of goals and yet he only took his shirt off when celebrating a goal against a proper club :thumbs:
 

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I also think, with what we have going on behind the scenes to sort out this 3 year shambles, that we should be Ok eventually this season. I didn't want to say this earlier in the season as there was no substance to back it up and I certainly didn't want to, and still don't, want to come across as disrespecting the other clubs that are in this division, by alluding to a "right" to do better. I strongly don't believe that by the way. ( Had enough of that from the likes of Leeds, West Ham and the like when we did make it up to the 2nd tier of the football ladder and know how that motivates both players and fans to run out as winners and we ended up beating both the aforementioned teams at least once). You are where you deserve to be in football and right now we deserve to be where we are, following the events on and off the field for the past three years.

Circumstances have given us a better than average chance of pulling away with the three down this year and Dover's points fine for sure. Nothing is guaranteed though and we have a lot of work still to do to start pulling away. But we have a slightly brighter horizon to chase and whilst nothing is guaranteed, I would certainly hope we can pull away from the lower reaches of the division between now and the season's close.

It will all come out in the wash.........

No disrespect taken, we (well at least some of us) know we are punching way above just being in the NL and if, by any miracle, we stayed up this season it would only be the same next year so relegation may turn out to be a blessing although you can never be sure what our owner will do next. We have Aldershot on Saturday and Dover (who imo should never have been allowed to start the NL season) next week so our fate may be sealed well before Christmas.
 

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I don't even think you believe that that was a valid point. Players aren't reading random non-league football forums or listening to non-league football podcasts fella, they're training, shagging and eating Nandos.

Sign me up.
 

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get well soon, I have a couple of work colleagues form different parts of the country down with it at the moment. Not good.
Xmas lockdown inc. Just cos this thatch haired bumbling bellend hasn't brought back stuff like mandatory work from home and masks already, when the numbers are screaming for it. Anyway this isn't the boring politics forum so will stfu
 

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Or Halifax. Similar sort of club to Woking.

they don't call Halifax the Woking of the North for nothing.

Oh dear, you're usually much funnier than that. Get well soon. :ffs:
I have to agree with B2TF here there is a massive difference between Halifax and Woking, Woking average 650 more fans with an average of 2745 against Halifax’s 2095.
And that’s with Halifax being in the play off spots all season too, Woking clearly a much bigger club.
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He was talking about the original Halifax Town. Not AFC Tinpot.
Please try to remember in future that TinPotters are NOT permitted to address me directly (my signature tells you as much). Please ask one of my fellow Brothers to make your representations to me on your behalf, but please ONLY avail yourself of this facility in emergency situations. I will ignore further direct communications from you. Thanks. :ds:
 

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I have to agree with B2TF here there is a massive difference between Halifax and Woking, Woking average 650 more fans with an average of 2745 against Halifax’s 2095.
And that’s with Halifax being in the play off spots all season too, Woking clearly a much bigger club.
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I note their second best attendance of the season was for our game. Please tell them, they're welcome. We'll talk about the rest when they've done 70 years in the Football League :bdick:
 
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I have a bad feeling the gale force wind could cause us a problem at home to Dover today. It really whips over the open away terrace.
 

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Atrocious first half performance from Yeovil. No idea what to do with the ball, the wind is playing a massive part and Dover aren't very good but we don't appear to know how to deal with either. Changes needed at half time
 

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1-1 FT. Didn't deserve to win, embarrassing performance against a poor Dover who took timewasting and shithousery to a new level.
 

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