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Will London Colney every be beaten

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They look like unbeaten Chamions, can anyone beat them to the title

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they have an advantage of having played more games than anyone else the main reason for this is they do not have a ground up to the standards required for entering the fa cup or vase this allows them to get points on the board early while most of the others are playing cup games ! dont get me wrong they are a well drilled side but maybe when the bad weather sets in they may struggle on that pitch of thiers !

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There pitch will get bad as it always has in the past.<P>But their long ball game will mean be ball passes over the top of the mud in the middle on its way from one area to the other images/icons/shocked.gif" border="0 images/icons/shocked.gif" border="0

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Excuse me Virgs but London Colney were in this seasons Vase, they lost in the 2nd round to Great Wakering Rvrs.

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John<p>I think you will find we were talking about the league

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Virgs said their ground is not up to the standards required for entering the FA cup or vase, not sure off hand about the cup but they were certainly in the vase this season and last season.




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