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hugobomb    1,034

Karmic justice says we go down this season and Derby go up. Obviously I hope we don't go down but that comes down to who we appoint as Harrys replacement.

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Bobfoc    3,378
49 minutes ago, hugobomb said:

Karmic justice says we go down this season and Derby go up. Obviously I hope we don't go down but that comes down to who we appoint as Harrys replacement.

I don't think Derby going up could ever be considered karmic justice.

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Gazz    47,097

Decent goal that by Shaun Miller.

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Adam    4,898
11 minutes ago, MadJack said:

@AdamPlease be nice to us next week.

Don't worry, you'll win next week. Not only did you jam two wins off us last season, we are actually doing as poorly as you are, haven't even looked like a football team the last few games. 

I'm expecting Arsenal to put about 12 past us on Wednesday night. 

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Bobfoc    3,378

Top of the league! There are two tough away games coming up, so it's probably going to be short-lived, but still!

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MadJack    3,601

Consistency is key in football. Four games, four red cards.

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Adam    4,898
1 hour ago, MadJack said:

Consistency is key in football. Four games, four red cards.

Delighted with today, we sorely needed a win and to thump you, see you get a man sent off and stick it to McCormick particularly was a sweet, sweet feeling. Onwards and upwards now I hope.

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Lineker    30,385

Cardiff vs. Leeds tonight should be good.

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Colly    11,607

Sunderlol. 

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MDK    19,570

Ouch.

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Adam    4,898

Chucked it in injury time AGAIN. Useless, cannot concentrate, we conceded straight after scoring as well earlier on. Same mistakes every game.

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Colly    11,607

 

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Adam    4,898
5 minutes ago, MadJack said:

Stuck to the bottom of the table. :/

Don't worry mate, we're coming back down with you it appears.

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Bobfoc    3,378

It would have to be Mansfield who ends the winning run. I just hope the negative momentum doesn't carry over into the next month.

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Colly    11,607

"Av you considered... Nico Krancjar?" 

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MadJack    3,601

Better performance, same result. Going down at this rate.

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Loz    607
On 19/08/2017 at 21:46, Matt said:

We're going up as fucking champions! Fuck Chris Wood and fuck Burnley. #AllLeedsArentWe

These were good times :(

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Matticus    306
1 hour ago, Loz said:

These were good times :(

No team worth their salt shouldloose to Reading at home this season. We have no strikers and we are shite 

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Matt    7,120

I really don't understand what has happened. We've gone from a team that looked like they could compete with anyone outside the top 6/7 in the premier league to a team that looks about as  useless as a knitted condom.

 

We look weak at the back and when we play the ball forward we seem to have no idea what to do with it. 6 weeks ago we looked like we would score every time we had the ball and any time the opposition attacked we would cut it out in an instant

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