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1 hour ago, Hornsby said:

Done 82. Never to Cgeltenham.

 

Nor Fleetwood.

 

None of us have, not to watch Wednesday anyway.  

 

I'm on 109 watching Wednesday. I can add Cheltenham, Fleetwood,  Accrington, AFC Wimbledon, then depending on play offs at least one for sure and possibly both of Portsmouth and Oxford, and either Newport or Forest Green.

 

FA Cup first round and Papa John Trophy gives the possibility of additional new non league and L2 grounds as well.

 

It actually sounds really rubbish down there doesn't it... 

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The difference in the size of clubs next season will be a bit like if Man Utd dropped to the championship.  Unfortunately you don’t get points for stadiums and fan base sizes and we deserve to be where we are.  And financially Cheltenham probably have a better profit column in their accounts too.  Very sad 

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Can’t wait to see chansiri as ludicrous pricing plan 

 

where clubs look at us in pure greed as their away supporters are shocked at what we charge 

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I'm already looking forward to grounds I've not visited before. 

Accrington

Cheltenham

Shrewsbury

Fleetwood

Wimbledon

and possibly Forest Green or Newport. 

Hopefully we will be able to attend these games. 

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Posted (edited)

lots of miles to cover with some of this lot

wycombe

oxford

charlton

ipswich

mk dons

gillingham

doncaster

accrington 

crewe

fleetwood

burton

shrewsbury

plymouth

wimbledon

wigan 

cheltenham

cambridge

bolton 

rotherham 

not going to be many tickets around at some grounds

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Only Plymouth and Cheltenham within striking distance of Cornwall...might do the Argyle trip. Last time we went there Akpo Sodje was a goal scorer!!!

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5 minutes ago, fredowl said:

lots of miles to cover with some of this lot

wycombe

oxford

charlton

ipswich

mk dons

gillingham

doncaster

accrington 

crewe

fleetwood

burton

shrewsbury

plymouth

wimbledon

wigan 

cheltenham

cambridge

bolton 

rotherham 

not going to be many tickets around at some grounds

 

Has Oxfords ground got 4 sides again yet?

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Plymouth and Gillingham are long, depressing slogs. Even more so when we've lost.

 

Actually I've only been to those grounds once each and we won both games, and it was still a long depressing slog.

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1 hour ago, bradowl said:

I'm already looking forward to grounds I've not visited before. 

Accrington

Cheltenham

Shrewsbury

Fleetwood

Wimbledon

and possibly Forest Green or Newport. 

Hopefully we will be able to attend these games. 

I forgot to mention Oxford. 

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Just now, bradowl said:

I forgot to mention Oxford. 

 

And Sunderland, Lincoln, Blackpool and Portsmouth, at least 3 of which will be in the league.

 

Plus 1 of Morecambe, Forest Green, Newport, Tranmere will be coming up. 

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Went to uni in Cheltenham in 1993. We had just lost both cup finals and played in Europe. I didn't even know they had a club at the time. How times have changed!!!

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Feel it will be best for us for Sunderland to go up in the playoffs, that will mean Wednesday, Portsmouth, Ipswich and Charlton as the 4 biggest clubs in the league next season. 

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6 minutes ago, Daniele Giovanni said:

Oxford in play offs, Portsmouth miss out

 

Charlton miss out on the play offs on goal difference.

 

Looking forward to them pretending to be our rivals next season now. 

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Going to be grim.

 

There's already some *big* teams down there but no doubt you'll get a lot of these teams busting a long to get one over us.

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