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9 minutes ago, Whitechapel Owl said:

Here's where the points came from across the season.

 

Didn't realise we'd taken 12 points from the bottom 4, we also beat everyone else outside the top 10 apart from Burton.

Better record against the top 6 this season with 4 wins

A couple more away wins against the top 12 would have been nice but took some decent draws from most of those games. 

 

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Hmmm. Pretty efficient against the pub League botherers

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This is The Red Sea Rotherham's.

As you can see it really highlights their terrific away record this season.

 

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Am I misreading it, or didn't we take 24 points from the bottom four?

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7 minutes ago, punkskaphil said:

Am I misreading it, or didn't we take 24 points from the bottom four?

 

We did take 24, clearly I can't count.

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45 minutes ago, Whitechapel Owl said:

Here's where the points came from across the season.

 

Didn't realise we'd taken 12 points from the bottom 4, we also beat everyone else outside the top 10 apart from Burton.

Better record against the top 6 this season with 4 wins

A couple more away wins against the top 12 would have been nice but took some decent draws from most of those games. 

 

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Home defeats to Brighton, Reading and Leeds cost us a genuine shot at automatic!

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My version compared to last seasons record

 

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Some interesting comparisons to be made with last season here. Last year we struggled against the better teams and lesser teams but picked most of our points off mid-table teams in 7 - 21 who had a pop at us. Last year our style of football worked against those sides. This season we appear to have eeked out wins playing a Hull style of football against the lesser teams, something we weren't capable of doing last season, so there's progress.

 

The only fault I can lay at Carlos's door now in hindsight is that he hasn't gone for the jugular against the best teams that have tried to attack this season, with the style that was largely successful last season, the we're gonna score one more than you mentality. At times it appeared that we set our stall out in the same way in almost every game particularly first two thirds of the season.

 

No complaints, think we have a real chance now, certainly better than any since I was a 90s kid

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It also shows why we must capitalise on last season's experience. We were there in the final whilst in 17th, 19th & 20th Reading, Huddersfield and Fulham floundered.

 

We are ready, are they?

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1 hour ago, Barneynorthstandowl said:

Looks like this 

 

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But how do we know that's the final one?

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I've been trying to work out who would win if Rotherham played Rotherham. Home and away I think they'd finish with no points somehow.

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Interesting that we had 4 more home defeats than last season but ended up with the same points total at home because of the lack of draws.

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