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6/9/2021, 12:46
With the number of players that might be missing I'm not feeling very confident about this one. I'd settle for a draw right now.
At least the Fish will be available, but can Turner play 2 games in a week? Will Steel be fit enough to play?
Felly said he's looking to sign some new players,I hope he can & that they're useful if he does
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6/9/2021, 19:14
Yes, I will go for a 1-1 draw tomorrow.

Was Norris rested on Saturday or is he on the injured list?
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6/9/2021, 19:56
I predict a hard-fought victory - COYDB.
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8/9/2021, 16:35
Well as Mark Fell has said subsequent to the game-we were outmuscled. I thought in so many ways we matched them but they got that decisive goal.

Generally is it me or is there a lot more rolling around by players this season when they get a tap on the ankle? I think teams must have it in their training regime. Very few spring to their feet until the physio is on the pitch and their team mates have surrounded the referee demanding a sending off.

Additional comment. Why have the recent interviews with Mark post match just gone on Facebook and not twitter?

In Mark's interview he comments upon the state of the pitch and indicates the Council are not maintaining it. Yes it does look more like a meadow at times than a non league pitch. However, the council  seem to have pared back so much on maintenance of grassy areas including cemeteries so I doubt that we will see much improvement.
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8/9/2021, 16:40
Wasn't there last night, but on Saturday some of the the 1874 players were eager to make a meal of a tackle. Won't be happy to see that aspect of the game creep into the non-league system.
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8/9/2021, 18:08
Kick Alasher off the site! Starting a Warrington post in an FA Cup thread!
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8/9/2021, 18:14
DollyTillIDie wrote:Kick Alasher off the site! Starting a Warrington post in an FA Cup thread!

i would advocate that proposal but there are few enough who post on this site as it is. His eviction would possibly be a 20% loss.
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8/9/2021, 18:55
In numbers, but not necessarily in intelligence

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10/9/2021, 23:04
Well rather than start a new topic. I go for a 2-1 away win tomorrow.

Haven't seen any further confirmation of the Leeds loanee. I suggest they either let us have Bamford or that Brazilian who FIFA wont allow to play in the Premier League.

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10/9/2021, 23:18
A win would be nice to get us back on the right track, but while I always hope to win at the moment I'm not that sure. I'll go for a 2 all draw but I wonder where/who the goals will come from
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