His words in his pre match interview were "maximum of 6 weeks which would see him back before Christmas" so I assume the 6 weeks is from the time of the injury.Six weeks.
Dark blue is always the colour I will associate as Grimsby's away colours, I remember you having some very nice away kits in the 2010sIt's weird, isn't it? Not a Town kit at all. Our third kits are designed by kids now as part of a pre-season competition and this was the one that won this season.
I mean we’re splitting hairs. Also being back and being back and to full match fitness, ready to start and in top form are two different things.His words in his pre match interview were "maximum of 6 weeks which would see him back before Christmas" so I assume the 6 weeks is from the time of the injury.
I think all being well, he'd be back for Notts County. Only 4 league games before then now, Newport, Salford, Morecambe and Sutton. Salford could be a night we'll need to rally round and put a bit of a makeshift midfield out with Bailey presumably unable to play against his parent team.
It's not splitting hairs. There will be four more league fixtures from Notts and the new year because of the Christmas schedule so you're literally doubling the league fixtures he could potentially miss.I mean we’re splitting hairs. Also being back and being back and to full match fitness, ready to start and in top form are two different things.
I agree though fixtures wise the next few weeks don’t look too bad. Still think we’ll drop some points though.
Nice one.Yes, I should not waste my time posting on this L2 forum as Carlisle will never be down here again because we are getting new American owners next week and they are going to pump loads of money into modernising our club and we'll be splashing the cash in January to keep us in L1 and then push forward on to better things.
Aaaaand youuuull be down in the Non-league forever being a run down tinpot club.
It’s still too early go to making predictions about who’s going where and what’s happening, yes we’ve had a third of the season but lots can happen between now and may.
It seems that other clubs are happy playing the circus act and all the nonsense that comes with it, mansfield fans aren’t interested in all that and it appears clough is a good fit on that front.
Speak for yourselves but I'm not buying that Mansfield are better than us by some way. I think we'll finish above them.By end of November 40% of the season will be done. If it's too early to tell now that's extremely cautious.
Stockport and Mansfield are the best teams in the division by some way. They will make up 2/3 of the autos. Not convinced that the third spot is sewn up yet and any side could make a play
Relegation still pretty open imo
Don't know about above but they aren't miles better. The games at their place show we've got more than enough to compete. We were missing a load of players yesterday as well, but at the moment our squad is strong enough to get through to January still in contention. We will be spending for sure, why wouldn't we if we're in the mix?Speak for yourselves but I'm not buying that Mansfield are better than us by some way. I think we'll finish above them.
Fancy Stockport to win the league (bold, I know), ourselves and Mansfield in comfortable 2nd and 3rd spots with Notts settling in the play-offs.
Having seen pretty much all the top sides, us 3 just have the most quality. We have kinder fixtures coming up in the 2nd half of the season too, having already faced 5 of the other top 7 sides away.
I fancied Stockport preseason for the title (13/2), did the same bet the season they pipped Wrexham to the NL title.
Too early to be confident but definitely in with a great chance. It was after all only a couple of months ago that a Stockport fan was seriously playing down their chances of the title. That person's view and attitude to his side has changed somewhat since thank you WWWWWWWWWW
I agree those look like the most likely Top 3. If we get comfortable playoffs and Wrexham go up that shows just how good the two promoted sides are.
Despite the poor wind up attempt this is true - a club with the financial backing of Wrexham won't have to sell players, whereas if someone comes calling for Langstaff or Crowley then I'm sure we'd entertain it for the right money. I don't think promotion is an absolute must for us this season in the way it is for others at the top.Wrexham will probably be fine going up as they have the finances, but your team will be getting picked apart in January when big L1 clubs like Oxford come to poach your best players again and you'll yield to them no doubt.
Wrexham will probably be fine going up as they have the finances, but your team will be getting picked apart in January when big L1 clubs like Oxford come to poach your best players again and you'll yield to them no doubt.
Change this to 'should be getting promoted' then I'd agree. Really not arsed whether we're 1st or 3rd.With the resources you’ve got so you should do.
You should be winning the league.
No he's right you should be winning it on your budget, but agree it ultimately doesn't matter if you finish in the top three.Change this to 'should be getting promoted' then I'd agree. Really not arsed whether we're 1st or 3rd.
Unless Stockport start losing suddenly they'll finish top, given we've come from a league below them I'm content with that. I think with our spendpower in January, we'll finish above yourselves as well but not by a clear margin.
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