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Show us your club's amazing (for whatever reason) stats this season.

I'll throw a couple of ours out there.

Between all of them our central midfielders have scored a total of one goal this season.

Our goalkeeper has more assists than five of our midfielders. He has one assist.
 

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Annoyingly one game away from breaking the longest non-winning run in football league history. Damn you Carlisle!

We also lost in a penalty shoot out for the first time ever, in what I think was our 10th shoot out. I'm not counting it though as it was against Newcastle U23's.
 

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Not sure how many of these are classed as amazing, and these are the only ones I can remember, but...

I think we only have 3 available outfield players who haven't scored this season - Wilson, Browne and Angol, although those three between them have hardly played.

We've scored in 30 consecutive games (25 in the league), stretching back to October (0-1 at Colchester) and since then we've only lost once (at Crewe). The 25 in the league is 6 short of our Club record.

We're 18 unbeaten in the league, which is tied with the current Club record.

We have the best away record in the whole of the EFL.

We haven't lost a game this season when we've scored first.

We've won the most points this season from losing positions.

We've won more, scored more and conceded less away from home.
 

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What is a weird one, and I'm not sure why there's such an extreme, is that Exeter are top of the 1st half table but they're 18th(!) in the second half table.
 

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This is just a quick calculation but I reckon we’ve taken more points off of teams in the top 10 then we have in the bottom 10 .
 

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We haven't had a 0-0 draw all season, or even all last season, and there's only been one goalless draw at Brunton Park in the past five years.

So following on from that, we've got a 100% record for two seasons in games where we've kept clean sheets; and a 0% record in games where we failed to score.
 
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Despite being in the top 6, our leading scorer is Doidge who has only played in half of our games this season and is one of only 2 players to reach double figures.

We have won just 1 of 11 home games v teams currently in the top 13, with Exeter still to come.
 

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Port Vale have conceded the third most goals at home (was the most a couple of weeks ago until Macc let 2 in against Exeter and Yeovil let 4 in the past two home games) (31) yet have the best away defence in the league (17)
 

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What is a weird one, and I'm not sure why there's such an extreme, is that Exeter are top of the 1st half table but they're 18th(!) in the second half table.
Must be all those goals conceded 4 minutes over the time stated in injury time....
 

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Chris Porter holds the worldwide record for the most offsides in a season. Believe FIFA are doing a presentation at our last home game. Legend.
 

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For no other reason then it makes me smile typing it :

Blyth spartans 8 ( eight ) chester city 1 .

Sorry mrgloverlover probably off topic but you would enjoy typing the stat up if one of your west country rivals suffered this
 

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Not sure how many of these are classed as amazing, and these are the only ones I can remember, but...

I think we only have 3 available outfield players who haven't scored this season - Wilson, Browne and Angol, although those three between them have hardly played.

We've scored in 30 consecutive games (25 in the league), stretching back to October (0-1 at Colchester) and since then we've only lost once (at Crewe). The 25 in the league is 6 short of our Club record.

We're 18 unbeaten in the league, which is tied with the current Club record.

We have the best away record in the whole of the EFL.

We haven't lost a game this season when we've scored first.

We've won the most points this season from losing positions.

We've won more, scored more and conceded less away from home.
Wilson scored at Port Vale in the 6 2 win,Chapman Roberts, Angol and Brown are the outfield players who haven't scored but like you say they've hardly played.
It's 19 unbeaten now, new club record in the league, 9 wins and 10 draws.
 

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If we managed promotion this season... it would be our 3rd promotion in 8 years from this level #yo-yoclub
 

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Of our 61 league goals this season 59 of them have been scored by English born players (96.7%). The other two were both scored by Manny Monthe (Cameroon)

Since Everton last won at Anfield Blackpool have gone from league two up to the prem won at Anfield and been relegated back to league two (now league one).
 

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Of our 61 league goals this season 59 of them have been scored by English born players (96.7%). The other two were both scored by Manny Monthe (Cameroon)
That’s interesting. Aside from Manny, only Zoum Bakayogo and reserve keeper Luke Pilling (Wales) aren’t English, so perhaps understandable.
 

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Non league shite but whatever...

We've scored 15 penalties this season.

We're on course for our 12th consecutive bottom half finish spanning 3 divisions

It'll be 9 years since we won more home games than we lost in one season.

We finished 2nd in the Brotherhood league table
 

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With the obvious exceptions like FGR, has anyone had fewer promotions in the football league than us. We’ve had just the 2, back in 1939 and 1980 so we are due another now.
 

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