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  1. It's the number of points the 20th team get that matters, won't concern us this season though
  2. Absolutely right, from thinking that we were in deep, deep trouble I can see us finishing top half instead of bottom half, actually looking forward to next season for a change
  3. Rotherham are playing better than their results suggest and don't forget that Sheff Wed's had a 6 point deduction, I think it'll be 50+ to stay up this season which we would of struggled to get with the last manager
  4. Rovers and PNE are awarded a minimum of 12 penalties per season. It is wrirren into EFL rules, didn't Man Utd get a crazy amount of penalties last season, something like one every 2.5 games?
  5. Being as the title was a walk on the wild side I would suggest a tour of a few Bemmy pubs starting at the London Inn, around to the Tap, up to the Barley Mow then around the corner to the Apple tree then finishing in the Grosvenor
  6. I think he scored more than 12 but I agree that he was an awful player, scored a lot of goals for Yeovil though
  7. It won't take him long to suss Paterson and Cod out
  8. You can only judge by his results at Watford and they were excellent and who'to say he wouldn't of got anything against Man City in what was a meaningless fixture for them and a woeful Arsenal team
  9. I thought he was technical director at Derby
  10. And Malcolm McClaren to take Ashton's role?
  11. Absolutely pointless and a total waste of time these 2 being in charge for any more games because tactics, formation, team selection and performance won't change and ultimately we will be dragged further and further into relegation trouble, you might as well have the manager of the Filwood under 10's boys club in charge because he couldn't do any worse
  12. I wouldn't be surprised if 48 points wouldn't be enough seeing as the bottom clubs keep picking up points, didn Leicester get relegated about 10 years ago with 54 points?
  13. The thought that the powers-that - be at AG actually have the foresight and ambition to appoint a foreign manager I'm afraid is a pipe dream
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