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PostPosted: Fri Feb 02, 2018 4:07 pm 
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anyone know if its segregated?


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anyone know if its segregated?

Unsegregated, apart from the Tin Shed

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al_quaker wrote:
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anyone know if its segregated?

Unsegregated, apart from the Tin Shed


thanks, was sure it was segreated then just been told unsegregated. so half 3/4 makes sense.


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Have to admit I'm surprised it won't be segregated. Blyth should bring 400 to 500 given their position, even though they've lost 3 on the bounce.


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 02, 2018 5:30 pm 
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400/500 from Blyth you are having a laugh surely?

we will be lucky financially if they bring 200 judging on previous meetings and their downturn in form along with sub 1,000 home support.


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 02, 2018 5:34 pm 
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Especially as they got beat 8-2 in midweek.


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 02, 2018 5:42 pm 
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400/500 from Blyth you are having a laugh surely?

we will be lucky financially if they bring 200 judging on previous meetings and their downturn in form along with sub 1,000 home support.


I'm not sure why you think it'll be sub 1,000 home support when we won last week and there is a bit of local interest there.

Our home support has been poor for the last couple of months, around 1,100-1,200 home fans - but we should get at least that again plus a couple hundred from Blyth. I'm thinking 1300 + 200 = 1500.

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darlodaz wrote:
400/500 from Blyth you are having a laugh surely?

we will be lucky financially if they bring 200 judging on previous meetings and their downturn in form along with sub 1,000 home support.


I'm not sure why you think it'll be sub 1,000 home support when we won last week and there is a bit of local interest there.

Our home support has been poor for the last couple of months, around 1,100-1,200 home fans - but we should get at least that again plus a couple hundred from Blyth. I'm thinking 1300 + 200 = 1500.

I thought he meant Blyth's sub 1000 gates

But anyway it'd be worrying if we can't get at least 1500 for this game

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 02, 2018 5:54 pm 
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Can see it being around the 1800/1900 mark. Blyth to bring down a good 300/350.

We'll have a few more than usual coming through the gates, I'm bringing 1 extra who doesn't normally attend.

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I was on about Blyth and their sub 1,000 home support.

Whilst we are on about the crowd and someone has had a guess already I will join in and go with 1,642 for a bit of fun.


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darlodaz wrote:
I was on about Blyth and their sub 1,000 home support.


Ah yes, so you were - apologies.

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It's another massive game tomorrow. Win and we could start to build an unbeaten run and put some air between us and the relegation zone. Lose and we're sucked right into it. I can't really call it at the moment. All I can say is we should all be aiming for the win.


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It's another massive game tomorrow. Win and we could start to build an unbeaten run and put some air between us and the relegation zone. Lose and we're sucked right into it. I can't really call it at the moment. All I can say is we should all be aiming for the win.
I agree we should be aiming for a win.

I think we'll lose though.

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Surely we always aim for a win?


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tdk1 wrote:
It's another massive game tomorrow. Win and we could start to build an unbeaten run and put some air between us and the relegation zone. Lose and we're sucked right into it. I can't really call it at the moment. All I can say is we should all be aiming for the win.

Oh that's a relief to know that currently we are not "sucked right into it!" :thumbup:


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It's a must not lose game, imo. We can afford a draw, and to be honest, it wouldn't be an awful result, but we absolutely must be aiming for a win.


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I feel we will win this game if Tommy has no injury concerns but would love Tom Portas to play some part in the game, massive player for us.Thommo back to playing as an attacker rather than wingback, Turnbull back in midfield and a proper left wingback in O'Hanlon makes us much more balanced. 3-1 for me.

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Think a lot will depend on how well we defend, but I fancy us to get a positive result today.


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I feel we will win this game if Tommy has no injury concerns but would love Tom Portas to play some part in the game, massive player for us.Thommo back to playing as an attacker rather than wingback, Turnbull back in midfield and a proper left wingback in O'Hanlon makes us much more balanced. 3-1 for me.

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PostPosted: Sat Feb 03, 2018 10:22 am 
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Blyth do score goals which is a concern with our leaky defence but nonetheless I'm confident we will win today and also pick up at least a point at BPA next weekend.

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Both Southport v Telford and Gainsborough v Curzon Ashton are off. Grest chance to give ourselves a points on the board advantage.

We know they have a very dangerous front 3 in Dale, Rivers and Macguire so first and foremost we need to keep then quiet. Positives for us are that they aren't the best defensively and are in a bad run of form. Need everyone on top form today. A clean sheet would be huge and with Styche and Thommo in form atm we do have a chance of nicking goals. Another area we still need to improve is set pieces. We used to be deadly at them and out defensive players would regularly pitch in with 5+ goals a season. Too often now our set pieces don't beat the first man. Need to up that threat.

A win and a decent crowd could make this club start feeling like a very different place going into a game against BPA next weekend that is again very winable.


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Both Southport v Telford and Gainsborough v Curzon Ashton are off. Grest chance to give ourselves a points on the board advantage.

We know they have a very dangerous front 3 in Dale, Rivers and Macguire so first and foremost we need to keep then quiet. Positives for us are that they aren't the best defensively and are in a bad run of form. Need everyone on top form today. A clean sheet would be huge and with Styche and Thommo in form atm we do have a chance of nicking goals. Another area we still need to improve is set pieces. We used to be deadly at them and out defensive players would regularly pitch in with 5+ goals a season. Too often now our set pieces don't beat the first man. Need to up that threat.

A win and a decent crowd could make this club start feeling like a very different place going into a game against BPA next weekend that is again very winable.


I’m not sure that formation they play when you add hopson into the mix


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 03, 2018 10:42 am 
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What's the weather like in Darlo? Snowing steadily in Teesdale.


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D_F_C wrote:
JE93 wrote:
Both Southport v Telford and Gainsborough v Curzon Ashton are off. Grest chance to give ourselves a points on the board advantage.

We know they have a very dangerous front 3 in Dale, Rivers and Macguire so first and foremost we need to keep then quiet. Positives for us are that they aren't the best defensively and are in a bad run of form. Need everyone on top form today. A clean sheet would be huge and with Styche and Thommo in form atm we do have a chance of nicking goals. Another area we still need to improve is set pieces. We used to be deadly at them and out defensive players would regularly pitch in with 5+ goals a season. Too often now our set pieces don't beat the first man. Need to up that threat.

A win and a decent crowd could make this club start feeling like a very different place going into a game against BPA next weekend that is again very winable.


I’m not sure that formation they play when you add hopson into the mix


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I think they normally set up 4-2-3-1. With Dale on the left, Rivers right and Hopson in the hole behind Macguire.


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Just steady drizzle, no snow. The pitch should be able to cope with the rain without any problems.


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jonn wrote:
What's the weather like in Darlo? Snowing steadily in Teesdale.


Sleeting, on and off.

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JE93 wrote:
D_F_C wrote:
JE93 wrote:
Both Southport v Telford and Gainsborough v Curzon Ashton are off. Grest chance to give ourselves a points on the board advantage.

We know they have a very dangerous front 3 in Dale, Rivers and Macguire so first and foremost we need to keep then quiet. Positives for us are that they aren't the best defensively and are in a bad run of form. Need everyone on top form today. A clean sheet would be huge and with Styche and Thommo in form atm we do have a chance of nicking goals. Another area we still need to improve is set pieces. We used to be deadly at them and out defensive players would regularly pitch in with 5+ goals a season. Too often now our set pieces don't beat the first man. Need to up that threat.

A win and a decent crowd could make this club start feeling like a very different place going into a game against BPA next weekend that is again very winable.


I’m not sure that formation they play when you add hopson into the mix


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I think they normally set up 4-2-3-1. With Dale on the left, Rivers right and Hopson in the hole behind Macguire.


Sounds about right


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Caton to get a start? Hope he can carry on last weeks form. Feeling positive, looking forward to listening to fans radio later!

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Caton has had a decent 20 minutes in 6 months and now he should get a start? :o
Don’t get it.


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Caton has had a decent 20 minutes in 6 months and now he should get a start? :o
Don’t get it.


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