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Anyone read Mr Sinton's prediction for us?

Let's shove it right where it belongs!!!!!!!

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I don't think andy sinton knows his PINNOCKS from his PENNOCKS.

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I don't think andy sinton knows his PINNOCKS from his PENNOCKS.


But we can all spot the Pillock !

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Although they walloped us 3-0 Burton are,nt that far ahead of us now so he should be a little carefull in his predictions.

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If you look at NLF match stats the two sides almost balance out,so it seem's a draw was a fair result!
And to give Star Man to Clare who was rated 7 other than Chris Moore 9 defies logic?

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On the subject of NLP, why isn't our Tuesday Kent Cup tie included in the fixture list? Every other obscure competition seems to be.

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I suspect it was too short notice to get it in.


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andy sinton who does he think he is wat a twat

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To be fair, Andy Sinton's only going on what he himself has seen of us this season (i.e. two defeats). However, the error about Pinnock was a sloppy one.

As for the discrepancy between the 'star man' and the player ratings, the Press Association supply the statistics and the player ratings, while the 'star man' is presumably selected by the correspondent who wrote the article. Admittedly, though, this is a curious policy and certainly creates the possibility of confusion.

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On the Chester board, someone has suggested that it loked like Moore had been "dragged out of a pub team" (along with Wilkerson !!) - apparently all he did was foul and hoof the ball up the pitch, apart from scoring the 2 goals.

At least there are one or two Chester fans who have had the good grace to accept we warranted a draw and also to suggest we are in something of a false position.

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Thanks god most of the fans we saw in the bar after the match were more gracious.

Chris Moore was immense on Saturday. By far our best player, totally focused.

If he came from a pub team, what does that say about them, being two up and then having to really fight to get any points at all.

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Paul Wilkerson is definitely NOT a pub-team player ! One of the best keepers we've ever had !

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And it looks like he could get our m.o.m award i think that says it all.

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He is very good and he deserves all the praise we give him. How many times has he saved us? Kept us in a game to give us a chance of getting back? Not to mention the fact he pulls out "top draw" saves every game.

Heres to Wilko and long may he continue as our first team Keeper

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I'm just a bit worried that Wilko is putting on a bit to much weight,which will efect his mobility.




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