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Would be great.

 

It's Weird though because we are doing well yet I don't feel it. I don't have much confidence in this team and don't know why

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If only we hadn’t thrown all those daft points away

 

*rues the missed opportunities and shakes head*

 

 

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Game on!

 

Anything can happen in this league, we were all doom and gloom and suddenly we're 3 pts away from 3rd. Leeds and WBA might be well ahead, but the season is long (not even played half way through) and when teams start picking up injuries, results change and suddenly that advantage shrinks.. doubting WBA will fold, but Leeds tend to and don't have a big squad anyway. But as it stands, just being able to go 3rd is nice, and whether we do it or not, we're close!

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5 minutes ago, LSOwls said:

Would be great.

 

It's Weird though because we are doing well yet I don't feel it. I don't have much confidence in this team and don't know why


Im sure they’ll remind us why tomorrow! 
 

This season feels a bit like Carlos’ second where Newcastle and Brighton became too far ahead to catch and we were always in or around the playoff places. 

 

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Although the more points we pick up, the more the EFL will want to take off us, cos they’re bent as.

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19 minutes ago, LSOwls said:

Would be great.

 

It's Weird though because we are doing well yet I don't feel it. I don't have much confidence in this team and don't know why


Same. It’s an odd season so far, I think with the whole Bruce thing and then having no manager for a while... then the dodgy accounts/stadium stuff going on... it just seems to go on and on and I think everyone’s just waiting for the next punch to come.
So it’s hard to be upbeat as such, plus there’s a long way to go yet... if we’re in the same position come February I think we may start to BELIEVE!!

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A quick question then. If we reach the Premier League, does the value of our stadium increase? 

 

I think Mr C should argue the case that it does, and that he cunningly factored into his recent stadium purchase price, the knowledge that he had big plans to increase stadium revenues once we reached the Premier League.

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12 minutes ago, LSOwls said:

Would be great.

 

It's Weird though because we are doing well yet I don't feel it. I don't have much confidence in this team and don't know why

that's a problem for you to sort out coz I'm sure the lads back themselves …...we have a very competitive side ….not great but no one as taken them apart and points deduction aside I expect them to be in contention right up until may . 

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37 minutes ago, LSOwls said:

Would be great.

 

It's Weird though because we are doing well yet I don't feel it. I don't have much confidence in this team and don't know why

 

I am with you on this. Just can't believe we will win matches. We seem so brittle. Can be ahead with minutes left and you just expect it to go wrong. 

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37 minutes ago, LSOwls said:

Would be great.

 

It's Weird though because we are doing well yet I don't feel it. I don't have much confidence in this team and don't know why


Not sure why.

 

We are on schedule for a healthy 65 goals. Only 43 against. A GD of 22.

 

And above all, on target for 74 points, which should get us a play-off.

 

 

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Odds on EFL punishment being however many points we qualify for the play offs by plus 1. 

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1 hour ago, Ellis Rimmer said:

Everytime somebody says "if we can do this then we will do this" of recent it never works out.

 

"If we beat Charlton we'll have a quarter final v United!"

 

And it's gone on ever since that

.................you're kidding right?

 

It's been going on ever since 1867!

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Sick to flippingdeath of its the wednesday way.  Theres no such thing.

 

Carlos put a lot of hoodoos to bed but wont get the credit for it.

 

its football, anything can happen on the pitch.  So glad the players don't look back and dwell on whats happened.

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Cocu is under a fair bit of pressure which I hope is good for us.

 

Not entirely sure we are a team capable of putting a run together unless it's against rank bad opposition.  The next two games have got 1 point and disappointment written all over it.  Hopefully I am proven wrong.  We just need to hang on in there until we get striking and full back reinforcements in Jan on loan

 

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Derby disastrous away but will be tough at their place.

 

Classic Wednesday bottle it scenario where we can get really high in the table for a while. How many times have we messed that up?

 

Would take a point.

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4 hours ago, theowlsman said:

A quick question then. If we reach the Premier League, does the value of our stadium increase?


think Mr C should argue the case that it does, and that he cunningly factored into his recent stadium purchase price, the knowledge that he had big plans to increase stadium revenues once we reached the Premier League.

 

DC must've purchased the stadium during the club's "buy one Championshp stadium, get one Premier League stadium free" promotion.

 

Clever!

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5 hours ago, theowlsman said:

A quick question then. If we reach the Premier League, does the value of our stadium increase? 

 

I think Mr C should argue the case that it does, and that he cunningly factored into his recent stadium purchase price, the knowledge that he had big plans to increase stadium revenues once we reached the Premier League.

I was thinking this too. Spurs just spent a billion on a Premier League stadium. DC's investment on a potential PL stadium is a steal.

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8 hours ago, WelshOwl74 said:

Unfortunately looks like Leeds and westbrom running away with automatic places

10 points clear of 3rd

 

3rd to 13 th 6 points init :ghoulguy:

Don’t forget about Leeds annual implosion which generally begins after Christmas, saying that they are the team that have impressed me the most so far .

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