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  1. The lowest points tally in the football league
  2. For the stat nerds out there, is this one of the seasons with the highest amount of losses without being relegated? It wouldn't surprise me. 24 defeats is embarrassing.
  3. I would rather play Derby next year then the likes of Rotherham
  4. Our rivals are much worse then we are. That's genuinely the only reason to be cheerful.
  5. In such a crucial game in our season too. Fair play to them.
  6. My god, he questions how some of their players even made it professional. Incredible.
  7. Haven't read this thread so not sure if this has been said already but this would massively impact City too. One of the biggest draws in investing in a new stadium, wasting millions upon millions over the years is to rub shoulders with the likes of Man Utd and Liverpool every season. As a slightly younger fan who has only seen Old Trafford and Anfield on TV I can say by far it would be my proudest moment as a fan of this club for 20 years to stand on the terraces and watch my club play these giants of football, being there on merit because we achieved promotion. Whats our end goal now as
  8. Can they affectively be relegated by Tuesday??
  9. Looking at the Pikeys fixtures they have two very winnable home games against Mk Dons and Crewe, and three difficult games against Blackpool, Lincoln and Portsmouth. I still think they'll stay up, they always get away with it. But it's so great to watch them squirm.
  10. More positives, we don't have to follow them on Tuesday.
  11. Thats a positive result. Says it all really
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