Who isn't? One of life's certainties. Death, taxes and a win at Kingfield.
How long does that stretch back to though? 1994?Hoping our decent home record against Macclesfield somehow helps, I believe they've only one once at our place in eight attempts.
How long does that stretch back to though? 1994?
Must win for us.
Can't see it though, 1-0 Braintree
Dont knw m8.
Played 3, won 2, drawn 1, since we've been back in this division when you've visited.
Having watched the majority of our away games this season, I can safely say you are in with a decent chance of winning tomorrow. Frustratingly, we seem to be a different team at home and being exiled in London, I rarely see our home games.
Morale boosting win on Tuesday and a chance to push ourselves towards the playoffs.
Nailed on Woking win.
I'd agree to a draw to be honest. We were playing against ten men for 70 minutes in the cup, we'd have had a far tougher ride otherwise, and you should have won the original game really.Didn't make either of the Cup games v Lincoln, but should be at this. It sounded as though we didn't have the rub of the green. Hoping for third time lucky tomorrow, but not confident. Lincoln, trips to the south cost aside, seem in decent form. Rovers perform better away and with selling all of our advance tickets, expecting a good turnout from the SWA. Can't decide between home win and draw.
Lincoln were the first team to ever be automatically relegated out of the 4th Division that season, and didn't look likely relegation candidates until the last couple of games either.
Any Torquay fans travelling to tomorrow's game must be mad - potentially the most tedious game of football ever played. Two out of form strugglers, gale force winds, risk of being crushed by a wobbly floodlight pylon... wouldn't bother.
I'll be there, expecting a 0-0 or a 0-1 to all but seal the manager's fate.
The last time I went to this fixture was in November 1986 when I saw baldy Frank Worthington's blue and whites go down 3-1 with some dubious refereeing, so much so the officials were given a police escort off the pitch at the final whistle, a complete over reaction because Tranmere's away support in those days was similar in size to what Eastleigh and Borehamwood take away now.
Ha! Our traditional season involves hitting the bottom of the table early and staying there. Because we like it.Exactly like 2011. We are the most spectacular club at collapsing.
I hope this season will be an anomaly.
When did Forest fucking Green ever play at Hull?To be fair, in the mid-80's far fewer people travelled to away games is it was often a case of taking your life in your own hands...I fell for the "what is the time mate" question at Hull, my answer confirming that I wasn't from that part of the World, fortunately the cops appeared before it turned nasty. At least now, regardless of how large our following might be, an away fixture is generally regarded as a good day out rather than something only for the criminally insane.