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PostSubject: Re: Morecombe football thread   Sat Mar 18, 2017 10:18 pm

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IF we go up, and it's still a very big if, surely we'll be by far the worst team ever to be promoted in the history of the football league.

laugh laugh laugh lol Banana point and laugh party animal there there
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PostSubject: Re: Morecombe football thread   Sat Mar 18, 2017 10:48 pm

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BBC1 wrote:
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i'd rather watch the grand slam too but i stupidly got a season ticket. Sat next too pasoti fans that like to tell other fans how to support the team when they voice their opinion.

You need to tell them of the perils of PASOTI mate. lol!
Took my lad to the game at Morecambe. We created enough chances to win but hit the bar/post too many times and were a bit fragile at the back which let them score with ease!
Different at HP this afternoon, no Tuesday night curse bollix. Up and at em. :greenrave:

i have to resist the urge to out who they are on here as they will be known. but this couple have been moved several times around the ground this season for causing scenes... including block 3 which they helped create so i am planning carefully where i am sitting next season if i get another lol.
Block 3, helped to create?
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PostSubject: Re: Morecombe football thread   Sat Mar 18, 2017 10:59 pm

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Three points is three points


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PostSubject: Re: Morecombe football thread   Sun Mar 19, 2017 1:41 am

Because of superior goal difference Stevenage need to claw 12 points to move above Argyle.....4 wins for them 4 consecutive losses for us. Not going to happen.
We're going up for sure no question. Gate tells its own story though. Many realise its a move in the right direction but realise Brent will stumble into League 1 with no real direction
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PostSubject: Re: Morecombe football thread   Sun Mar 19, 2017 7:06 am

Freathy wrote:
IF we go up, and it's still a very big if, surely we'll be by far the worst team ever to be promoted in the history of the football league.

Maybe not the worst ever but this side isnt a great side at all.
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PostSubject: Re: Morecombe football thread   Sun Mar 19, 2017 5:20 pm

A nice note to close the thread

MORECAMBE manager Jim Bentley expects to see Plymouth Argyle in League One next season and is intrigued to see how far the Pilgrims can go with their size and quality support.

The Shrimps boss heaped praise on Derek Adams's side following their 1-0 victory at Home Park on Saturday and said they had got on well with the job of promotion this season.

For much of the final 10 minutes of Saturday's encounter the home supporters chanted 'Green and White Barmy Army' without pause and generated a motivational atmosphere for the players.

This man believes he can save Stonehouse Creek Social Club

Bentley, who suggested he would miss the trip to Argyle next season, said he was impressed the size and passion of the support in Devon.

"They showed good game management, good decision-making, ran the clock down well, took it into the corner, made good subs to lock the game up and they will be pleased: clean sheet, three points, but the game was settled by [Graham] Carey," he said.

"We spoke about how good he is on his left foot, but sometimes you've just got to take your hat off and say the player's better than the division.

"We couldn't do anything when he dropped his shoulder, opened himself up and banged it from range and it went in.

"Disappointment we conceded the goal, we did speak about him, we spoke about [Matty] Kennedy as well, coming off the left onto his right foot, [he] scored a great goal at Hartlepool recently.

"It looked like the players were trying to get over to stop him (Kennedy), he shifted it to Carey and we tried to get back over to him, but it was a strained spell in the game where we just couldn't get tight enough to hit either of the players.

"Carey's got great quality and it's a fantastic goal to win the match, he deserved man of the match.

"He should be playing at a higher level and it looks like he will be doing that with Plymouth next year.

"They're a good side with a good manager. They've got on with the job in hand. It's one of those old, traditional clubs. I always love coming here, the people are great.

"They have had problems in the last 10 years, which I've seen first-hand, but they've got their act together off the field, they're getting their act together on the field and I wish them all the best for the future and see them progress into League One, see how far they can go because they are a big club with fantastic support.

"Being down here last night, seeing the people who are right behind the club, it's nice to see.
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PostSubject: Re: Morecombe football thread   Sun Mar 19, 2017 5:36 pm

Tgwu wrote:
This man believes he can save Stonehouse Creek Social Club.


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PostSubject: Re: Morecombe football thread   Sun Mar 19, 2017 5:56 pm

Tgwu wrote:
A nice note to close the thread

MORECAMBE manager Jim Bentley expects to see Plymouth Argyle in League One next season and is intrigued to see how far the Pilgrims can go with their size and quality support.

The Shrimps boss heaped praise on Derek Adams's side following their 1-0 victory at Home Park on Saturday and said they had got on well with the job of promotion this season.

For much of the final 10 minutes of Saturday's encounter the home supporters chanted 'Green and White Barmy Army' without pause and generated a motivational atmosphere for the players.

This man believes he can save Stonehouse Creek Social Club

Bentley, who suggested he would miss the trip to Argyle next season, said he was impressed the size and passion of the support in Devon.

"They showed good game management, good decision-making, ran the clock down well, took it into the corner, made good subs to lock the game up and they will be pleased: clean sheet, three points, but the game was settled by [Graham] Carey," he said.

"We spoke about how good he is on his left foot, but sometimes you've just got to take your hat off and say the player's better than the division.

"We couldn't do anything when he dropped his shoulder, opened himself up and banged it from range and it went in.

"Disappointment we conceded the goal, we did speak about him, we spoke about [Matty] Kennedy as well, coming off the left onto his right foot, [he] scored a great goal at Hartlepool recently.

"It looked like the players were trying to get over to stop him (Kennedy), he shifted it to Carey and we tried to get back over to him, but it was a strained spell in the game where we just couldn't get tight enough to hit either of the players.

"Carey's got great quality and it's a fantastic goal to win the match, he deserved man of the match.

"He should be playing at a higher level and it looks like he will be doing that with Plymouth next year.

"They're a good side with a good manager. They've got on with the job in hand. It's one of those old, traditional clubs. I always love coming here, the people are great.

"They have had problems in the last 10 years, which I've seen first-hand, but they've got their act together off the field, they're getting their act together on the field and I wish them all the best for the future and see them progress into League One, see how far they can go because they are a big club with fantastic support.

"Being down here last night, seeing the people who are right behind the club, it's nice to see.

Blimey, was he wearing a green and white Jester hat while saying all that?

Call me a cynic but that read to me like.....'Say nice things about the big fish in the small pond because it might be remembered when their manager departs for pastures new'.
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PostSubject: Re: Morecombe football thread   Mon Mar 20, 2017 7:44 pm

I went, hurray fore me!

Argyle were fab, Morecambe dire
Then argyle were shit, provoking mild ire
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PostSubject: Re: Morecombe football thread   Mon Mar 20, 2017 7:49 pm

It's not Friday, you lemon. LOL

I went to London, demonstrating and remonstrating.
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PostSubject: Re: Morecombe football thread   Mon Mar 20, 2017 7:56 pm

FCAL, remonstrating at your age? How uncouth! The anti racialist one? As the son of an Irish immigrant dog who came to the country to steal jobs and use the NHS, many thanks, brethren.
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