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Re: The team Mark Cooper should pick to face Oldham

Postby paulK » Sat Feb 15, 2020 7:58 pm

Lady Magpie wrote:
What a load of rubbish some supporters write "It wont make any difference".


You're right, it won't :lol: ;)
My mileage; yours may vary, of course.....
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Re: The team Mark Cooper should pick to face Oldham

Postby Eco-Exile » Sun Feb 16, 2020 1:35 am

Lady Magpie wrote:
The Cumbrian wrote:Anybody
Anybody Anybody Anybody Anybody
Anybody Anybody Anybody Anybody
Anybody Anybody

It want make any difference.


What a load of rubbish some supporters write "It wont make any difference".


Absolute. For some the issues with the Club and manager are not reparable.
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Re: The team Mark Cooper should pick to face Oldham

Postby Lady Magpie » Sun Feb 16, 2020 11:25 am

Eco-Exile wrote:
Lady Magpie wrote:
The Cumbrian wrote:Anybody
Anybody Anybody Anybody Anybody
Anybody Anybody Anybody Anybody
Anybody Anybody

It want make any difference.


What a load of rubbish some supporters write "It wont make any difference".


Absolute. For some the issues with the Club and manager are not reparable.


For a very small minority it won't, the majority know what the club and Manager have achieved and will continue to achieve.
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Re: The team Mark Cooper should pick to face Oldham

Postby FGR-Ledge » Sun Feb 16, 2020 11:48 am

Well, these types of person, including yourself are not necessarily in the right.

If you think 2 wins in 19 games is acceptable, you must have very low standards.

Agree about the club though. I do think they do try and do the right thing and have actually done an awful lot of good behind the scenes that often gets forgotten.
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Re: The team Mark Cooper should pick to face Oldham

Postby Lady Magpie » Sun Feb 16, 2020 12:31 pm

FGR-Ledge wrote:Well, these types of person, including yourself are not necessarily in the right.

If you think 2 wins in 19 games is acceptable, you must have very low standards.

Agree about the club though. I do think they do try and do the right thing and have actually done an awful lot of good behind the scenes that often gets forgotten.


I didn't say that 2 wins in 19 games is acceptable, but I also don't through the toys out of the pram every time things arn't right. Watching yesterdays match I saw a great improvement and credit must go to the players and also the Manager.

You can't win every game, you can't get promoted every season, look at our 19 years in the Conference. You support your choice of club through thick or thin, not change clubs because they are winning. It's the same in life, there are ups and downs and if you are having a down moment you look at ways to improve things.

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