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    http://www.skysports.com/story/0,195...067239,00.html

    "We already have a good team spirit and things are looking up for us.

    "I believe the win over Cardiff could be the turning point for us as that was a big three points.

    Let's hope he's completely wrong and we send them and Delia Smith down.

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    Wes Houlahan is out for the season now apparently... hopefully that damages their form!


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    I honestly believe there are poorer sides down there ready to be sucked in.

    No one seems to mention Plymouth, but I fancy them Charlton and either Blackpool/Norwich.

    I think we have to start proving that we have a better squad than these though, now!.


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    Quote Originally Posted by puds1970
    I honestly believe there are poorer sides down there ready to be sucked in.

    No one seems to mention Plymouth, but I fancy them Charlton and either Blackpool/Norwich.

    I think we have to start proving that we have a better squad than these though, now!.
    i agree , i also think despite barnsley winning last night that they are going to find it hard to get many more points , they have a tough run in . derby (a) forest (h) sheff utd (a) watford(a) swansea(h) reading(a) coventry (a) wolves(h) plymouth(a) , even if they beat us i still think we can finish above them , i reckon we'll win 3 draw 1 lose 3 and we'll stay up by a point let's hope it doesn't go down to goal difference


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    Quote Originally Posted by thetfordred
    i agree , i also think despite barnsley winning last night that they are going to find it hard to get many more points , they have a tough run in . derby (a) forest (h) sheff utd (a) watford(a) swansea(h) reading(a) coventry (a) wolves(h) plymouth(a) , even if they beat us i still think we can finish above them , i reckon we'll win 3 draw 1 lose 3 and we'll stay up by a point let's hope it doesn't go down to goal difference
    I'd forgot about them, yep I can see them struggling also.


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    Quote Originally Posted by thetfordred
    i agree , i also think despite barnsley winning last night that they are going to find it hard to get many more points , they have a tough run in . derby (a) forest (h) sheff utd (a) watford(a) swansea(h) reading(a) coventry (a) wolves(h) plymouth(a) , even if they beat us i still think we can finish above them , i reckon we'll win 3 draw 1 lose 3 and we'll stay up by a point let's hope it doesn't go down to goal difference
    Exactly only 3 home games and 6 away for Barnsley, plus they'll be knackered from cramming in the games.

    We can certainly finish above them. I reckon we'll get 2 wins, 3 draws and 2 defeats giving us 9 points which I reckon will be just enough.


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    Barnsley have Plymouth last day? God, May 3rd is gonna be awful.


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    Barnsley have Plymouth last day? God, May 3rd is gonna be awful.
    Be even worse than if we lost the last game of last season. At least then we always had the Playoffs to fall back on.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Poor.
    Barnsley have Plymouth last day? God, May 3rd is gonna be awful.



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    Quote Originally Posted by puds1970
    Imagine if all those two need is a draw to stay up and send us down!


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    Hopefully it'll be like last season and those teams above us have peaked too early, had their little run of good form and will now struggle until the end of the season, where as we are due a few good results.

    It can so easily change, really. If we somehow win 2 of our next few games, we'll be back in that pack. That's football, who knows what will happen!


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    Well it would be boring if it was as meaningless as the last game of last season wouldn't it.


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    I'd be so chuffed with a meaningless last game (provided we were safe, of course)...


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    Just noticed Norwich have Charlton away aswell who and bound to already be down by then!


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    Derby have Watford.

    I know both of those are likely to be out of it by then, but not by much.

    Talk to me, Goose.

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    look at derbys run in i fancy they will get sucked into it tbh


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    Its amazing how it works out. Every season the teams at the top play eachother and the teams at the bottom play eachother last few games of the season. Brum have Reading. Us v Southampton and a couple of others thats been mentioned. Its a time for healthy hearts


 

 

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