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Surprised  no one had started a thread for today so here it is.

 

Today’s line up against Ipswich:

Westwood

Palmer

Fox    

Fletcher

Bannan
Lees

Reach

Boyd

Hutchinson

Hector

Forestieri


Subs: 
Dawson, Thorniley, Onomah, Aarons, Pelupessy, Nuhiu, Joao.

 

Only one of the new signings in the squad for today, good to see FF back.

 

Edited by iansheff

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3 very welcome points. Was sick as a Parrot at 0-0, what with the missed 4 or 5 good chances.

Another 3 points towards the top six? It'd be great for us, and great media fodder for Sky, the BBC and the other sport broadcasters.

Edited by Hotmale 1954

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1 hour ago, Hotmale 1954 said:

3 very welcome points. Was sick as a Parrot at 0-0, what with the missed 4 or 5 good chances.

Another 3 points towards the top six? It'd be great for us, and great media fodder for Sky, the BBC and the other sport broadcasters.

One swallow does't make a summer

Edited by barry-333

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3 hours ago, Hotmale 1954 said:

3 very welcome points. Was sick as a Parrot at 0-0, what with the missed 4 or 5 good chances.

Another 3 points towards the top six? It'd be great for us, and great media fodder for Sky, the BBC and the other sport broadcasters.

Mission impossible Hots? or is it... could be a whole new picture in 3 games,, Millwall, Reading, Rotherham all winnable, Stranger things have happened in football.

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It was a good win for Bruce, however

 

Ipswich are the bottom club

They have lost to Rotheham

They are certain to get relegated

 

Yes a win, but not a win against a team like Norwich or West Brom

 

But let's not get too critical, this was a good win

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1 hour ago, rogets said:

It was a good win for Bruce, however

 

Ipswich are the bottom club

They have lost to Rotheham

They are certain to get relegated

 

Yes a win, but not a win against a team like Norwich or West Brom

 

But let's not get too critical, this was a good win

 Any win away from home is a good win, this applies to any team in any league.

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11 hours ago, rogets said:

It was a good win for Bruce, however

 

Ipswich are the bottom club

They have lost to Rotheham

They are certain to get relegated

 

Yes a win, but not a win against a team like Norwich or West Brom

 

But let's not get too critical, this was a good win

Ask our little brother to the other side of the city if a win against Ipswich is a 'poor' win if they fall 2 points short of automatics or the play offs.

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well done steve and the team ,a wins a win ,so a great start well done

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another win to help us move up the league,we can get the 6th spot with luck cant we?

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10 minutes ago, speedy69 said:

Ask our little brother to the other side of the city if a win against Ipswich is a 'poor' win if they fall 2 points short of automatics or the play offs.

Little brother in terms of?

 

As far as I can see we are very much the bigger brother with a much healthier league position, a much healthier business plan and higher average attendances.

 

Are we using the early 90s to form sucj an opinion?

 

But that said, always happy to be good old little Dog & Duck FC. Not done us too bad so far has it.

 

UTB

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 I will take the 1-0, it was certainly a  performance  that warranted more goals which was pleasing to see. No more tippy tappy across the back  has been  a bonus since the new regime has taken over.  A  long way to go but it,s a far better from what we had served up  under JL.  Only time will tell how far it takes us but the positives are there to be seen.

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