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    Default Re: SKYBET LEAGUE 1 - 2015/16

    Quote Originally Posted by Francis Benali (on loan) View Post
    Tomorrow's game is the pick of the weekend.

    Two unloved sides today. Barnsley just, because they're not Millwall.
    Aye, I think everyone wants Wimbledon to win tomorrow, it's a story straight out of Roy of the Rovers.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bryn Gunn View Post
    Aye, I think everyone wants Wimbledon to win tomorrow, it's a story straight out of Roy of the Rovers.
    It would probably have been rejected by Roy of the Rovers for being too outlandish!

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    Really hoping the real Don's win. Neil Ardley ain't that bad a manager. Would be good if they did move back to plough lane area one day.

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    Default Re: SKYBET LEAGUE 1 - 2015/16

    Cracking second goal for Barnsley.


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    Kin ell, 2-0 Barnsley already.


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    Can't profess to have watched much League 1 football, but Barnsley probably look better equipped for the Championship than Burton. Look full of talent.

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    Ashley Fletcher was considered ahead of Marcus Rashford before Rashford got his chance this season because of injuries.

    United have some good young strikers coming through. Just wonder if Mourinho will give them the chance.


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    Thoroughly enjoyable game so far. Very open


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    Quote Originally Posted by alkens View Post
    Really hoping the real Don's win. Neil Ardley ain't that bad a manager. Would be good if they did move back to plough lane area one day.

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    It was on, but Boris threw a spanner in the works. Shortly after giving away a publicly funded 700 million pound stadium to West Ham.


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    Default Re: SKYBET LEAGUE 1 - 2015/16

    Quote Originally Posted by BryanRoy22 View Post
    Ashley Fletcher was considered ahead of Marcus Rashford before Rashford got his chance this season because of injuries.

    United have some good young strikers coming through. Just wonder if Mourinho will give them the chance.
    Tbf. I'm sure he'll see them as adequate back up to Drogba for the league cup matches


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    Quote Originally Posted by SammyC View Post
    Tbf. I'm sure he'll see them as adequate back up to Drogba for the league cup matches
    And ZLATAN.


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    Wembley defeat for the 'Wall again.

    I hope they're not beating themselves up too much.


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    Default Re: SKYBET LEAGUE 1 - 2015/16

    Barnsley it is. Look a decent side.


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    Default Re: SKYBET LEAGUE 1 - 2015/16

    Can see Barnsley staying up, along with Wigan but reckon Burton will be in trouble.

    Blackburn could be in serious trouble next season, lacking players at the moment. Should be a fascinating season.


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    Right, fascinating.


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    Millwall fans kicking off after the game, what a surprise normally so well behaved, glad they didn't come up dirty scum.


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    Default Re: SKYBET LEAGUE 1 - 2015/16

    Chelsea. Millwall. West Ham.

    All lovely clubs that have lovely fans with full heads of hair.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BryanRoy22 View Post
    Chelsea. Millwall. West Ham.

    All lovely clubs that have lovely fans with full heads of hair.
    No need for that fucker.

    You'll never find a bald man with nits, I'll tell you that for nowt.


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    Default Re: SKYBET LEAGUE 1 - 2015/16

    It dawned on me earlier that every team I've wanted to win in every final in the last few weeks, have lost (except Grimsby).

    So, you'll all be pleased to know, I want Plymouth to win tomorrow


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    Default Re: SKYBET LEAGUE 1 - 2015/16

    Quote Originally Posted by Wes' Organ View Post
    No need for that fucker.

    You'll never find a bald man with nits, I'll tell you that for nowt.
    I can agree. As a skinhead myself, I absolutely don't have nits.


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    Quote Originally Posted by chriscl View Post
    I can agree. As a skinhead myself, I absolutely don't have nits.
    I rest my case.


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    Over 50k there tomorrow. Will beat today's attendance and Plymouth will take more to Wembley than Millwall, Barnsley and Hull did.

    Wednesday fans were singing 'Plymouth have more fans than you' to the Hull end yesterday.


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    Default Re: SKYBET LEAGUE 1 - 2015/16

    Even the play-offs is losing its popularity. Same clubs seem to be involved every year or two.

    We'd kill to get there.


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    If I hadn't spent so much on sports tickets recently, I'd have gone today. Both teams excited to be there for this one. It would be a great day out.

    Hull seem to be what happens to the cinderalla stories after they've had a few seasons in the Prem. When they were there in 2008, it was the biggest game in their history. Now Wembley is old hat, and they spent most of their Championship promotion season (one of the most successful in their history) protesting.

    The silver lining for Forest with having waited so long to return to the top flight and to return to Wembley is that if/when either eventually happens it'll feel brilliant. Our fans would be more like Wednesday's were on Saturday.


 

 

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