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I've seen fewer matches than usual this season - this will only be my 9th home match of the season - but I've yet to see us win at home. (Luckily I have seen two away wins. To be honest though, I'd take the point that sees us mathematically safe.
I dont really, I’m not keen on Wimbledon, the hipster hoofers! It's more that it would be very apt that those who tried to get ahead by stealing a football club ended up a division below those who reformed that club from nothing. Whether one likes the way AFC Wimbledon play has little to do with it.
There was another season post-Tranmere that we flirted with relegation. I think it might have been 1992-93. I remember a 1-0 win at Oakwell that pretty much confirmed our survival. Looking back at the season history, we must then have finished fairly strongly as the record says we finished 14th.
Yeah, if you look at the predicted table and change their prediction of us drawing with Rochdale into a loss for us, then we survive on goal difference. All it would then take is a tonking by Blackburn to send us down. And that's with tweaking only the results in our games, and no others.
- Sun Apr 22, 2018 1:38 pm
- Forum: Raging On
- Topic: What constitutes acceptable?
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I'd be surprised if Hall left, but the other 3 are definitely uncertain to be with us next season. I didn't answer the original question, but would have been happy with mid-table. A little disappointed with how this season panned out, but relieved that we're (just about) safe now. Given we sacked ou...
Phew, major result yesterday (and one of the tensest second halves I've ever sat through. Bookies now have us at 33/1 against going down, though tbh if we lost at home to Rochdale, it wouldn't take *that* unlikely a set of results for us to finish 21st. A draw should be enough though.
This prediction table still has us staying up. (I first checked it before the Fleetwood game and it had evidently predicted a draw in that, as we now have one fewer point predicted.) https://www.footballwebpages.co.uk/league-one/league-table/predicted I still fear the worst, but then I generally do ...
Sacking a manager (whoever they are) when you are in the upper half of the table is a very "modern football" thing to do, and it's also bloody stupid, unless they have committed a major transgression (and winding up some of our less patient fans with a shushing gesture does not count). It was hard t...
- Tue Apr 03, 2018 5:31 pm
- Forum: Raging On
- Topic: Big pile of poo-sbury (not really)
- Replies: 12
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Yeah, Oldham, Fleetwood and Rochdale are the crucial games now, I feel. Six points from those should hopefully just about do it. Anything less, and the other games look pretty tough...