Match Day Saturday 13th fixtures[mini thread]

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Fylde v Guiseley
Torquay v Eastleigh
Woking v Tranmere

Train down to Woking for me tomorrow and am hoping for a better result than last time i visited when it finished 4-1 to the cards.
Josh Ginnelly has joined Rovers on loan, hope he can pick up the pieces where DMH left off.
 

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Montrose and smith are the men to watch for the fylde farmers they create so much for them. We have hammered the cards last 2 games which means we will get murdered.

Torquay v eastleigh sounds an amazing fixture i bet there is a queue a mile long for tickets .
 

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Montrose and smith are the men to watch for the fylde farmers they create so much for them. We have hammered the cards last 2 games which means we will get murdered.

Torquay v eastleigh sounds an amazing fixture i bet there is a queue a mile long for tickets .
Tasdemir is another to watch for Fylde, cracking little player. Probably start on the bench though, only young.
 

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I’m expecting another tough game today, I think guiseley will set up the same way Chester did and frustrate us. We have to play at a better tempo than we did in the previous game. Probably our worst performance of the season. Couldn’t string 3 passes together. I lost count of the number of times Finley over hit a pass and he’s never normally like that.

Really looking forward to today though and we owe guiseley one for the play off heart ache, hopefully come 5 o clock we’re 3 points better off
 

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I’m expecting another tough game today, I think guiseley will set up the same way Chester did and frustrate us. We have to play at a better tempo than we did in the previous game. Probably our worst performance of the season. Couldn’t string 3 passes together. I lost count of the number of times Finley over hit a pass and he’s never normally like that.

Really looking forward to today though and we owe guiseley one for the play off heart ache, hopefully come 5 o clock we’re 3 points better off
Now, now, we even gave you a goal start at your place ;)
We only held out for 60 minutes on the Wirral then collapsed. We only seem to fight for our lives at home, some of the away scores are pitiful and I can't see anything different today.
 

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I remember that game well Steve. I backed Richie Allen to score first and a couple of minutes in he scored and I remember thinking we’ll murder these today. We barely touched the ball for the rest of the game. Guiseley were excellent. We were a bit lucky to draw the first game tbh
 

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Dodged a bullet there. Guiseley played well, even game I thought. We needed Danny Rowe to rescue us again with an unreal goal. Been a good few weeks for us
 

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Got any examples? This was in the first minute too. In no way was a challenge like that 'fair'.
Yep, the two blatant elbows on Kanu and Mensah the ref chose not to see in the first 5 minutes of the playoff semi at yours springs to mind. He kicked the shit out of Kanu all that game until he was finally booked.
 

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Yep, the two blatant elbows on Kanu and Mensah the ref chose not to see in the first 5 minutes of the playoff semi at yours springs to mind. He kicked the shit out of Kanu all that game until he was finally booked.
Have Kanu and Mensa got their battle wounds to prove it? Of course they haven't, because it was nowhere near as bad as you make out. He's no snowflake, but I've never seen him set out to seriously injure someone or deliberately take them out of the game. It's unjustifiable.
 

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Have Kanu and Mensa got their battle wounds to prove it? Of course they haven't, because it was nowhere near as bad as you make out. He's no snowflake, but I've never seen him set out to seriously injure someone or deliberately take them out of the game. It's unjustifiable.
You’re absolutely right of course, unless a elbow leaves a scar it’s fine. He was also sent off twice for Luton against us, once for a late, over the ball tackle (which no doubt you would say he got there as quick as he could) and once for an attempted headbutt. If you look to thug in the dictionary you’ll see a picture of McNulty.
 

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Terrible again, Baxter kept us in it with some great saves. Even with Tranmere at 10 men we looked outnumbered

11 games without a win now, looking past that 2 wins in 19 games as well. Please just let this fucking season be over already.
 

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You’re absolutely right of course, unless a elbow leaves a scar it’s fine. He was also sent off twice for Luton against us, once for a late, over the ball tackle (which no doubt you would say he got there as quick as he could) and once for an attempted headbutt. If you look to thug in the dictionary you’ll see a picture of McNulty.
That wasn't my point, but never mind. What he did for Luton is irrelevant - who knows what his instructions were? All I know is what I've seen of him, and despite being physical, he's not what you'd call 'thuggish' these days.

I assume you can actually see the linked picture above? I find it hard to believe you think that was ok.
 

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I assume you can actually see the linked picture above? I find it hard to believe you think that was ok.
I have seen the photo but not the tackle that caused it. I’ve seen far worse caused by accidental challenges, last season Jake Cole needed 18 stitches in an ankle wound after an innocuous collision. Once I’ve seen the highlights I’ll let you know if it was ok or not. :bdick:
 

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To be fair, he hands plenty out, was only a matter of time before he got some back.
Using that logic I may pop out and murder a murderer tonight but thats ok as the murderer has handed plenty out.

Two wrongs do not make a right and the elbows mcnulty gave out should have been punished on the day as this should have . Being a hard player is no moral justification for having something between abh and gbh committed on you. The ref today was weak and bottled it he should be sidelined for his performance today utterly shocking.... the only thing he got right was cookies second booking
 

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Not that desperate for the whole drinking-heavily-after-the-last-day-relegation session are you?
It doesn't really excite me no haha! We could go down together you know, you'll love the 30 minute league as some of us used to call it!
 

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