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Thread: Lg One, next season

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    Lg One, next season

    Hey lads this doesnt involve us of course this time, but who do we all reckon will do it next season in that league and who will be the biggest problem for your team ?.

    Whoever loses in the Play offs this time between Sunderland & Portsmouth & Charlton will be up there again, and so too will Coventry & Burton. I think Blacky will offer more of a threat this time and this is before we even talk about the relegated clubs Bolton & Ipswich.

    As for your lot... are you Rotherham/Millers looking for or at least hoping for an immediate promotion again ?.

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    Bolton be relegation candidates, Ipswich will be strong if they sort the cash flow out ,Any of the losing play off teams will be also strong except Donnie there ****e .Coventry may mount a threat again depending on off field problems .Other than piece of piss .

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    Quote Originally Posted by PokerMillersSwinton View Post
    Bolton be relegation candidates, Ipswich will be strong if they sort the cash flow out ,Any of the losing play off teams will be also strong except Donnie there ****e .Coventry may mount a threat again depending on off field problems .Other than piece of piss .
    So your quite confident for the Millers next season eh kid ?.

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    Hopefully it'll be like last time (without the need to visit Wembley) where our expectations are low but come May we're in for a pleasant surprise. We're certainly better equipped than we were 2 years ago and the spectre of passing through League 1 in the wrong direction isn't looming as large as it was after the Stubby Jackett season.

    PS Hear it rained on your parade a little bit tonight. Daughter was going to take my grandson but was put off by the wet stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CAMiller View Post
    Hopefully it'll be like last time (without the need to visit Wembley) where our expectations are low but come May we're in for a pleasant surprise. We're certainly better equipped than we were 2 years ago and the spectre of passing through League 1 in the wrong direction isn't looming as large as it was after the Stubby Jackett season.
    PS Hear it rained on your parade a little bit tonight. Daughter was going to take my grandson but was put off by the wet stuff.
    Hey Mr Cam-Americano lol, absolutely nothing could have rained on or ruined our Promotion parade today.
    Come on Barnsley.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CAMiller View Post
    Hopefully it'll be like last time (without the need to visit Wembley) where our expectations are low but come May we're in for a pleasant surprise. We're certainly better equipped than we were 2 years ago and the spectre of passing through League 1 in the wrong direction isn't looming as large as it was after the Stubby Jackett season.

    PS Hear it rained on your parade a little bit tonight. Daughter was going to take my grandson but was put off by the wet stuff.
    We only have a parade to remind the public D ickie Bird is still alive !!!

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    I would have thought Lincoln will be up there

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    [QUOTE=Acido;39217539

    As for your lot... are you Rotherham/Millers looking for or at least hoping for an immediate promotion again ?.[/QUOTE]

    All depends on recruitment. ....or lack of recruitment.
    Bring another striker in for more firepower because we will more than likely be ' giving ' goals away at the other end.
    Top ten or in or around the play-offs.

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    If we keep 75% of the lads from this season, top two for sure. Nothing to fear

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    We should do ok ��

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    Top two!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! My tips for promotion (depending on this season's play-offs) are Portsmouth, Coventry, Sunderland, Ipswich, Bristol Rovers, Peterborough and Doncaster. RUFC will finish 8th -12th.

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    Quote Originally Posted by animallittle3 View Post
    We only have a parade to remind the public D ickie Bird is still alive !!!
    Pmsl. I said the same to the Mrs when I saw him ont calander. He goes to all the away games as well.

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    With all the teams mentioned in this thread the league sounds like it could give us fans some good games

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    I hope Coventry can sort Ricoh out, I don’t want to go to frigging St Andrews to watch them.

    http://bbc.co.uk/sport/football/48413990

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    In this division there are five clubs that I have never been to before, so hoping for a bit of luck with the the dates of the fixtures.

    Plus could be some new "Division Four" clubs for me in our one game in each of the cups
    Last edited by mikemiller; 27-05-2019 at 09:31 AM.

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    Its crazy to think we have never played at the Ricoh yet. Last time we were in the same league was when they were playing at Northampton and the time before was Highfield Road some years ago now. Don't think it's in the gods for us to ever go to Ricoh, hope they sort it out.

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    I predicted a couple of weeks back that RUFC would be somewhere between 8/1 and 12/1 for promotion when betting opened and I see they are in at 10/1.
    Sunderland, Ipswich and Portsmouth are clear dangers but I have a sneaky feeling for Peterborough. Lincoln can't be discounted. I quite fancied Gillingham but there are clearly major problems there as they are at 66/1. A good outside bet imo if they sort themslves out are Blackpool at 28/1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wendun View Post
    I predicted a couple of weeks back that RUFC would be somewhere between 8/1 and 12/1 for promotion when betting opened and I see they are in at 10/1.
    Sunderland, Ipswich and Portsmouth are clear dangers but I have a sneaky feeling for Peterborough. Lincoln can't be discounted. I quite fancied Gillingham but there are clearly major problems there as they are at 66/1. A good outside bet imo if they sort themslves out are Blackpool at 28/1.
    Burton Albion for me Wendun as your outside bet , smart cookie is Clough at this level , took points of us all during the last 6 weeks of the season and beat ourselves and Luton well .

    Had them in the championship before too .

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    Quote Originally Posted by animallittle3 View Post
    Burton Albion for me Wendun as your outside bet , smart cookie is Clough at this level , took points of us all during the last 6 weeks of the season and beat ourselves and Luton well .

    Had them in the championship before too .
    Yes, could be a good call.

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