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So, who is in league 2 for 21/22

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Take your time and put your case forward as to why you are not tinpot
FGR,Port Vale and Tranmere are not real places found on a map.
Mansfield your pitch is Sunday league likewise Newport.
Rochdale Oldham and Salford should merge to create One small club in the foothills of the pennines
Exeter are a big club and may well win the Rugby championship next season
Orient have gone West
Barren speaks for its self and its Wise never to go to Morecambe
So for that reason i am out..............Good luck to you all next season.
 

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Take your time and put your case forward as to why you are not tinpot
FGR,Port Vale and Tranmere are not real places found on a map.
Mansfield your pitch is Sunday league likewise Newport.
Rochdale Oldham and Salford should merge to create One small club in the foothills of the pennines
Exeter are a big club and may well win the Rugby championship next season
Orient have gone West
Barren speaks for its self and its Wise never to go to Morecambe
So for that reason i am out..............Good luck to you all next season.
Tranmere is a real place that was founded by vikings, hence its Norwegian name, and has been in existence for at least 250 years longer than that shithole you call home. Although your club do not actually play in the place they are named after.
Forest Green has also been around for centuries.
Perhaps Arsenal and Crystal Palace should be called tinpot since neither are named after actual places.
Do you have schools in Bolton or did you just personally avoid such places.
You reflect poorly on the place.
 

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Tranmere is a real place that was founded by vikings, hence its Norwegian name, and has been in existence for at least 250 years longer than that shithole you call home. Although your club do not actually play in the place they are named after.
Forest Green has also been around for centuries.
Perhaps Arsenal and Crystal Palace should be called tinpot since neither are named after actual places.
Do you have schools in Bolton or did you just personally avoid such places.
You reflect poorly on the place.
A place that has vomited Paddy McGuinness onto the tv.
 

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Looking forward to beating Bolton next season, and Bolton fans complaining about the hill up to Forest Green. (There's a particularly nice pub at the bottom of a twisty and steep set of stairs down another hill if you know where to look)
 

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I'll miss Cheltenham plus we've been a bogey side for you for the past few seasons, we might join you in League One
 

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Looking forward to beating Bolton next season, and Bolton fans complaining about the hill up to Forest Green. (There's a particularly nice pub at the bottom of a twisty and steep set of stairs down another hill if you know where to look)
Ohh dear, best you dont play us and keep your nice pub for future games
 

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Looking forward to beating Bolton next season, and Bolton fans complaining about the hill up to Forest Green. (There's a particularly nice pub at the bottom of a twisty and steep set of stairs down another hill if you know where to look)
Tbf, that is one mighty hill.

Thankfully I was sober doing it the play offs a few years back, can't imagine having to do it after a few beers
 

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So we’ve got

Salford
exeter
carlisle
leyton orient
crawley
port vale
stevenage
bradford
mansfield
harrogate
walsall
oldham
colchester
barrow
scunthorpe

rochdale
swindon
northampton
bristol rovers
 

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Of course, the big question now is who are going to be Sky's go to club for showing their two token league two games a season, now that Bolton have gone.
Will they go back to Salford with all the Class of 92 bollocks again, or will they turn to a 'sleeping giant' like Bradford.

Answers on a virtual postcard...
 

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Of course, the big question now is who are going to be Sky's go to club for showing their two token league two games a season, now that Bolton have gone.
Will they go back to Salford with all the Class of 92 bollocks again, or will they turn to a 'sleeping giant' like Bradford.

Answers on a virtual postcard...

It'll be Salford and their "fairytale rise". Either that or if Wrexham come up with the Ryan Reynolds thing there.
 

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Can’t remember the last time we have a normal league game on TV. It doesn’t get any better in L1
 

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Can’t remember the last time we have a normal league game on TV. It doesn’t get any better in L1
Reckon Wael will continue blowing smoke up yer arse, Gassy?
 

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Can’t remember the last time we have a normal league game on TV. It doesn’t get any better in L1
Us neither. I can't think of a league (not playoff) game on Sky the last 4 seasons.
 

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Us neither. I can't think of a league (not playoff) game on Sky the last 4 seasons.
If we get to the play off final it will be the 16th time we have been live on tv since getting back in the league in 2018. Had a few hammerings in some of them.
 

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Think the last time we had a league game on TV was at MK when Bruno was in charge. To be fair with us I wouldn’t have been busting a gut to show us given how bad we’ve been for the most part since.
 

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Think the last time we had a league game on TV was at MK when Bruno was in charge. To be fair with us I wouldn’t have been busting a gut to show us given how bad we’ve been for the most part since.

Yeah think it was in terms of league games. Had a couple in the promotion season against Oxford and Wimbledon and recall one at Walsall but there a few and far between!
 

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Before our game with Tranmere, our last league game on TV was in 2001 away at Chesterfield. We had 5 games on TV in our one season in the National League.
 

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I think our last league game on tv was for our home game with Oxford in our first season back in the league (14/15). For some reason Sky think Cambridge United v Oxford United is a big rivalry which baffles both sets of supporters.

We were on tv a reasonable amount in the Conference but before our relegation in 05 I recall us being on tv away to Brentford in about 2000ish when we conceded from the half way line.
 

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Before our game with Tranmere, our last league game on TV was in 2001 away at Chesterfield. We had 5 games on TV in our one season in the National League.
Most of our live games have been cup matches or play offs. Not sure what the numbers are.
 

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Would say you can now eliminate Stockport from the automatic spot from the Conference. Very slight advantage to Sutton but only takes one slip.

Notts all of a sudden come to life and if can take this run into the playoffs hard to back against them.
 

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Reckon Wael will continue blowing smoke up yer arse, Gassy?
Most certainly. Apparently we've got 3 deals all but signed & another close.

All depends on whether we can get rid of the dross though, who've all got another year on their contracts.
 

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