Can’t disagree with some of his points tbh

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Can’t disagree with some of his points tbh

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Re: Can’t disagree with some of his points tbh

Post by marko69 » Fri Dec 30, 2022 9:58 pm

Had a read through that. I agree with one poster saying it’ll all be decided at ten to 5 on May 6th. 👍

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Re: Can’t disagree with some of his points tbh

Post by arana peligrosa » Sat Dec 31, 2022 5:45 pm

They got more farmers, more tractors, more hillbillies chewing tobacco, et cetera et cetera. None of that matters and why do opposition teams wherever you find them always associate us with riding agricultural vehicles and living in the 19th century. It's a stereotype that served it's short lived purpose long ago.

Took a view of what was dicussed and as mentioned it's far too premature to argue who the best team in the division is although right now they just about got a case. Last looked Sheffeld were about equal points with us but didn't see too many mention of them, what are they not part of the equation or something. Said before and last time not overly concerned about finishng first. Second position gets you a promotion and truth be told Plymouth are going to be a tough act to remove from the very top.

They win games more regular than ourselves, got a certain cutting edge we in fact lack and carry a greater momentum into games. The fixture with them coming up soon with be pivotal although can't recall right now whether it's in Devon or PR. Think they're collectively more prepared than us and go out believing they can't be beaten or if the opposition score, they'll get more to win a game. It's something of a definitive factor as to where both teams can expect to find themselves by the end game of the season although obviously would wish to rise above them as months progress. They're just something of robust material that's all, if we finish above them we'll be promoted that's the bottom line of any issue.

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