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Thread: Gills v Millers

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    Gills v Millers

    I hope we lose.

    Pay on day in the scaffolding stand, I hope it’s windy and raining (I won’t be there, hate the place)

    Adult | £22.00

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    Under-18/Student | £8.00

    Under-12 | £8.00



    Newell is fit enough, will he play, should he play?
    Towell is sore
    Wood’s lip is still hanging off (Warney)

    Why don’t we just send Wood out as the mummy Attachment 9170

    UTMM!!!
    Last edited by millertop; 16-04-2018 at 01:33 PM.

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    BBC weather forecast for Gillingham area for tomorrow (Tues) is "Sunny intervals and breezy"

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikemiller View Post
    BBC weather forecast for Gillingham area for tomorrow (Tues) is "Sunny intervals and breezy"
    And every chance of a dodgy pitch, which we don't like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by millertop View Post
    I hope we lose.

    Pay on day in the scaffolding stand, I hope itís windy and raining (I wonít be there, hate the place)

    Adult | £22.00

    Senior Citizen | £18.00

    Under-18/Student | £8.00

    Under-12 | £8.00



    Newell is fit enough, will he play, should he play?
    Towell is sore
    Woodís lip is still hanging off (Warney)

    Why donít we just send Wood out as the mummy Attachment 9170

    UTMM!!!
    MT Why do you hope we lose? Which team do you fear most in the play offs?

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    On RUFC Official Twitter yesterday, Warney wasn't giving much away about team selection, but he did say that Potter is now fit to play

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brin View Post
    MT Why do you hope we lose? Which team do you fear most in the play offs?
    My prediction is a win and seeing that I always get it wrong then Iím saying opposite.

    Charlton so hopefully they will lose tonight

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    Quote Originally Posted by millertop View Post
    My prediction is a win and seeing that I always get it wrong then I’m saying opposite.

    Charlton so hopefully they will lose tonight
    That explains a lot. Thought it was over the placing who finishes where.

    Out of those qualifying at the moment I see Plymouth as the sternest test and we’ve still to go to theirs,which could create a psychological edge to the winners.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikemiller View Post
    On RUFC Official Twitter yesterday, Warney wasn't giving much away about team selection, but he did say that Potter is now fit to play
    It makes you wonder if he'll have too many options going into the critical point of the season. Looking on the bright side for us this means that if we lose we can all say which formation and players within would have probably won us the game.

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    3 draws and 2 defeats in last 5 games for Gillingham, nothing other than pride for them to play for.

    We should get a result, but pitch might not be helpful to us.

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    Grist....I don't get why fans complain about a pitch, both teams have to play on it.

    Unless you mean style of play on the floor etc thing is we change our style all the way through a game be it over the top or on the floor,
    what we do lack is a lot more wing play and utilising full backs running on to cross.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brin View Post
    Grist....I don't get why fans complain about a pitch, both teams have to play on it.

    Unless you mean style of play on the floor etc thing is we change our style all the way through a game be it over the top or on the floor,
    what we do lack is a lot more wing play and utilising full backs running on to cross.
    Yes I agree, dodgy pitches go with long and high ball tactics. I brought the point up though because Paul Warne has used it as an excuse for defeat before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grist_To_The_Mill View Post
    Yes I agree, dodgy pitches go with long and high ball tactics. I brought the point up though because Paul Warne has used it as an excuse for defeat before.

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