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I see that Leeds scum is still on top.
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Dutch Oven wrote:I see that Leeds scum is still on top.
Can't they deduct points from them again, just for being Leeds ?
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The rest of the results, Leeds play away at Swindon tonight.

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Huddersfield have to do something about their woeful Away record if they want be more than wannabes.

Great game last night (apart from the theatrics on both sides).

2nd goal was class :D
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A-Mac wrote:Great display from Huddersfield.

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Southend have just avoided going into administration after paying a $2.1 million dollar debt last week. Also for the FA Cup we only had 11 fit senior players able to play while the rest were injured or suspended. For us to only be 13th is preety good looking at the circumstances, but hopefully we sign more players on loan and start getting our promotion aspirations back!
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poor showing for wycombe on the wk end. first loss under the new boss with 3 draws in a row. looking pretty bleek for the boys from bucks :(
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I wrote:...Leeds play away at Swindon tonight.
Didn't happen :?:

This weekend's games..

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Brighton vs Leeds will be interesting
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What happened to Millwall against Wycombe :shock:

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aaah, good ol' mid-table mediocrity

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get in there wycombe!!! 2-0 away to milwall...great way to bring up our first away win for the season and lift us off the foot of the table... barmy army....chairboys!!!
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Rhino wrote:aaah, good ol' mid-table mediocrity
ah well, not for long by the looks of things. 0-3 at home overnight to Walsall.
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Stitch This wrote:Huddersfield have to do something about their woeful Away record if they want be more than wannabes.

Great game last night (apart from the theatrics on both sides).

2nd goal was class :D
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As a general rule (there are exceptions) not many teams are coping with the mid-week road trips in League One.
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Come on Colchester.

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:oops: thought we were at home. still cabernet tho.
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Green_Manalishi wrote:As a general rule (there are exceptions) not many teams are coping with the mid-week road trips in League One.
hopefully that rule prevails next tueasday at BP.

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Does anybody know what happened to the Leeds V Swindon game? I never figured it out. Nonetheless we are top of the league with a game in hand. 9 points clear of 3rd and looking good for promotion.
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Wycombe, now 2 wins in a row !
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I watched the BBC's football league show this morning. Good win by Wycombe and Huddersfield got lucky with an own goal. As much as I hate them Leeds seem to be in a class of their own this season.
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i love that people are noticing wycombe after all my posts about them! signing ainsworth on loan has made a massive difference!
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sparts wrote:i love that people are noticing wycombe after all my posts about them! signing ainsworth on loan has made a massive difference!
The only thing that got them noticed was the thrashing Huddersfield handed out to them. If it hadn't been for that, most people would have thought they were still playing in the Conference League :lol:

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come on now, havent been in conference for a few years. plus people remember the name after the cup run from a couple of years back wheh we played chelsea
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Only joshing - ain't much easier being a Gillingham supporter.
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we had a gills player on loan 2 seasons ago while i was in england, delroy facey...is he still about?
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Dropped 2 points and conceded 3 goals (at home) against bottom placed Tranmere :oops: :oops:

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Well in Tranmere
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Stitch This wrote:Only joshing - ain't much easier being a Gillingham supporter.

you have my sympathies for supporting the pikeys. Are you from the medway towns? if yes, then I REALLY feel sorry for you.
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Hawkesy wrote:you have my sympathies for supporting the pikeys. Are you from the medway towns? if yes, then I REALLY feel sorry for you.
Born in Gravesend so not quite Medway, but Gillingham was the nearest 'real' team - just seemed a better option than Gravesend & Northfleet.

Supporter would probably be stretching things a bit as I've never seen them play, just follow their progress and look forward to the day when they return to the Championship :lol:
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