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After losing to us, yet another team can't take it on the chin and be gracious. Apparently we're cheaters and cheating is the only reason we're doing well in the league lol. Grow up

http://boards.footym...;mid=2145423092

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As i said before...Sour Grapes make Bad Whine! <img src="/images/graemlins/applaus.gif" alt="" />

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Looking at the post on their board, they appear to be getting their knickers in a twist about us not returning the ball after a drop ball or something.

And thus we cheat, and thus we have points on the board and that's the only reason why. Yeah, right. 12 wins, 11 draws, ALL gained by cheating. Oh, and according to them we're going down next year.

Aren't we always?

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To be honest, to me their whining makes the win just that bit sweeter.

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I love the bit about play being stopped for an injury to one of our players (Roy Essendoh) when one of their players was so badly hurt in the same incident that he had to be substituted.

We didn't win by cheating we won because they were absolute crap, not quiet as bad as Tamworth were last week, but their league position doesn't lie.

They now have to win every match to have any chance of avoiding the bottom three and hope that Halifax and Farnborough lose all of their matches.

Mind you they don't deserve a conference side. Attendence 304 with about 10% of those coming from Gravesend.

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Even though I'm a Casual Fan (was updated from Talk Sport) was very glad to see GNFC win again.
With Home attendances over 1000 its looking good.

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Mind you, looking at one of the other posts on the Leigh board, they had this to say about Exeter:

"Your ground is SH!TE,your team aint much better considering they're ment to be pro's,hardly any pubs and nothing else worth mentioning."

Heh heh heh, bitter and twisted relegation fodder... with a poor understanding of spelling and apostrophes.


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.... with a poor understanding of.....apostrophes.


Wasn't he a Greek philosopher.........?



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Whats the RMI stand for?

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Railway Mechanics Institute.

or

Rabid Mancunian Imbeciles.

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After the post on their website.........Ranting Moaning Idiots!

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You gotta love the Mancs.....

Were they wearing Parka's with monkey haircuts?

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and that was just the players.

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David Holden said:We didn't win by cheating we won because they were absolute crap, not quiet as bad as Tamworth were last week, but their league position doesn't lie.


Have to agree, Dave - neither side was up to much in the first half, but in the second we did enough to deserve the win.

Special mention for McNiven and his excellent overhead kick for their consolation goal - assuming they go down, which now looks very likely, he'll surely be moving onto bigger and better things next season.

Andy's certainly got a few selection headaches for the weekend - Ben Surey and Moussa both had good second half performances, and with Owen left on the bench last night and Perkins available again on Saturday, it'll be tough to choose the midfield. Also, Pinnock should surely be pressing Manny for a start on Saturday after a fine second half display.

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Not to mention Ben Abbey hopefully fit again, With the sort of balls that Moussa is supplying, we could now see the best of Ben as the Fox in The Box that we have been looking for.

He would certainly have had a couple last night.

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Can we not just play a 1-5-4 formation, with Mooro at the back, Perkins, McKimm, Moussa, Drury and Surey in the middle and Roy, Manny, Ben and Pinnock up front...? <img src="/images/graemlins/wink.gif" alt="" />

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how about leaving it all to wilko at the back,he is more than capable.
put perks,macca,moussa,drury, and walshe/surey in midfield
and have roy, manny, ben, pinns, mooro up front. mooro scores goals on a regular basis and we could share the "long balls" between him and roy, leaving the "tiddlers" to run around causing problems and running onto things.
this is the way of the future.

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Can we not just play a 1-5-4 formation, with Mooro at the back, Perkins, McKimm, Moussa, Drury and Surey in the middle and Roy, Manny, Ben and Pinnock up front...?


Sounds good Stu....as long as it doesn't prevent Chris Moore getting forward to support the attack.

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thats what i was thinking when i came up with my formation slarti




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