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Thread: WBA, Brentford or Fulham?

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    WBA, Brentford or Fulham?

    Any preferences on any of these?

    Do we reckon that two out of the three will ultimately make it, or will the play-offs throw another team into the mix?

    I don't have much in the way of animosity towards any of the teams involved (I quite enjoyed the away trip to Brentford at the tail end of last season - other than the actual game itself).

    I guess we "know" what it's like to be WBA, but they have been handed a final unexpected chance to control their destiny on a silver platter, so if they don't grasp it with both hands then they will only have themselves to blame.

    Fortune usually favours the brave. We shall see...

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    Dover,A2 and within M25 please as my clutch ain't what it was and thumbing a lift up the M40 from London to Brum with a Leeds scarf on is Defo a non-goer !

    MOT

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    I'm hoping it's WBA, Without doubt you are the best two teams in the league and deserve to go up! I can't lie though I do feel pig sick!!!

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    I'd watch yourself on here Manofpride...... with that avatar, you'll have Billy chasing you if he's still on the pop

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    Baggies, all day long.

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    WBA

    Donít need another London club. Especially one named the Chadwick Chimpmunks or one with a statue of Michael Jackson

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsORichSenior View Post
    Dover,A2 and within M25 please as my clutch ain't what it was and thumbing a lift up the M40 from London to Brum with a Leeds scarf on is Defo a non-goer !

    MOT
    I did that after the first game against Stuttgart as I was living in Birmingham at the time and didn't want to waste time returning to Leeds first on the official away coach.

    Wasn't that unpleasant either: a Stockport County fan driving a lorry dropped me off in Digbeth.

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    Hopefully Baggies

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pacaman View Post
    Hopefully Baggies
    In the 2 year Bielsa era, Leeds h as very played the following London teams in London: QPR(2x), Brentford(2x), Millwall (2x), Fulham (1x), Charlton (1◊). 0W, 2D, 6L. So, yes Baggies please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orgoner View Post
    I did that after the first game against Stuttgart as I was living in Birmingham at the time and didn't want to waste time returning to Leeds first on the official away coach.

    Wasn't that unpleasant either: a Stockport County fan driving a lorry dropped me off in Digbeth.

    Terrific effort Orgs,great days those road trip experiences following Leeds.

    My husband banned me from using M20 into London as plod caught me via average speed and mobile speed cameras twice last season,first time doing 48mph in our van in a 40mph section costing a fine of £100 and second time in my car admittedly doing a fair bit more as I needed the loo at Tesco's supermarket at Ashford Kent -so a further £100 fine in trying to spend a penny.
    MOT

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