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Thread: Cove Rangers

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    Cove Rangers

    A huge well done to the team for their great result at Aberdeen today.

    This is more like it, - and we can look forward to attaining a top four place now, - if keep the consistency going.

    Nice to see Brydon getting a goal.

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    14 points from last 21 available.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jardi View Post
    A huge well done to the team for their great result at Aberdeen today.

    This is more like it, - and we can look forward to attaining a top four place now, - if keep the consistency going.

    Nice to see Brydon getting a goal.
    From the last 6 games, we are the 2nd form team in the league.
    Hopefully we can keep this form up.
    We have a great chance with Brydon back. He is a very strong defender.

    We have scored the 4th most goals in the league. Surprising but true.

    Would like to see us improve our home form. Maybe too much negativity at home for our young squad to take.

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    I've yet to see the goals from the Cove game so can anyone post a link please?

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    Much appreciated thanks.

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