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Thread: Swans v Rams

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    Swans v Rams

    Another defeat looms!
    Despite bonding together we will capitulate as usual.
    3-0 defeat.

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    One nil to the mighty Rams!

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    Quote Originally Posted by macstheman View Post
    Another defeat looms!
    Despite bonding together we will capitulate as usual.
    3-0 defeat.
    2-0 Defeat
    Morgan Whittaker brace.

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    I strongly suspect that Swansea haven't noticed that we are simply shocking at defending crosses and will we'll steal a victory with a Bird volley in the 98th minute, it being the only time in the game the ball moves toward the Swans goal under his stewardship.

    Only joshing, 0-3

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    We will get a pt..cough...

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    0-1

    They aren't the type of side that will take the easy way out and bully us which is probably our best shot at 3 points in the two remaining games.

    A win for us and defeats for Wendy and the Millers sees us safe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wessoram View Post
    2-0 Defeat
    Morgan Whittaker brace.
    Wouldn’t that just sum this season up? With maybe a third from Kyle Naughton who I’m sure we were linked with in January.

    On the other hand let’s hope MA and Adi are right and we can all sleep easier tonight.

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    It would be most satisfying if we could save ourselves rather than rely on others to do the job for us! In a fantasy world that might happen but not from our bunch of no hopers!
    So, come on florist you know you'll miss us! (Ouch, saying that hurt)

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    Well we flatter to deceive again! And now it is down to us, anything less than a pt against The owls and we are down. Whatever happens if Rooney isn't sacked after this then the club is in deeper ****e than I thought.

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    Derby played well and deserved to win, they were more motivated and the better side.
    Swans players were lethargic and afraid of getting injured.

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