NLN Watch

Only lost ground by one point, being the only struggler not playing. Probably all academic but got to be happy with that.

Sticking around a while yet, thanks to a gift from a generous angel.
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(02-03-2024, 05:10 PM)Neil Wrote:  Scunthorpe losing at home to Chester, that'll feel like a League One game there today.

Darlington beating Banbury, they're five points ahead of us now.
And King's Lynn who we were attempting to catch up with a short while ago are now heading for mid-table. Darlo have really turned things around - four wins out of their last five games. We haven't been on a run all season - except a losing one.
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We've lost 20 games. Twenty.

Appalling.

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(02-03-2024, 08:52 PM)Neil Wrote:  We've lost 20 games. Twenty.

Appalling.
Yep Alex coming back has really worked out well!
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I'm glad you got that off of your chest Darran!

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(02-03-2024, 10:13 PM)Neil Wrote:  I'm glad you got that off of your chest Darran!
Darran's right though. What's the point of owning a football club at this level if you either cannot or will not put the finance in to make it a success? Clearly the money was there but it's not available any more. The owners cannot take the club any further and have now put it in a precarious position. It's time for them to realise that it's not acceptable and to hand over to other stewardship. If only it was a simple as that though. We're tied up in financial and ownership knots that we can't extricate ourselves from.
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