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    Match Thread: Port Vale v Stevenage

    Although draws are keeping us out of the depths, a win would be most welcome. It would put us on 40 points and give us some breathing space with Exeter and Wycombe coming up. Stevenage on 43 points reasonably comfortable in comparison to our previous games, so a fair chance to turn our unbeaten home run into 3 points. No news on Turner yet, nor will the pitch be much drier for the other young lads?

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    The big problem(sorry don't do challenges) is our current inability to score 2 goals in a match. If we do go 1 up in a game no matter how dominant you are in a game it only takes a second to score an equaliser( I do clichés)

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    Win this and we can breath easier. Probably need 8 points to be sure so to knock 3 of that 8 off would leave us in a strong position to survive.

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    With a couple of defensive injuries in Howkins and Davis it'll be interesting to see how we line up. If they aren't fit then I think we'll go:

    Boot

    Gibbons Raglan Smith Montano

    Tonge Pugh

    Worrall Harness Hannant

    Forrester

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    Looking at the table as it stands, it's hard to see anyone other than Barnet and Chesterfield being the two who go down.

    It' a shame to lose Chesterfield and keep that drippy Forest Green bunch of mugs.

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    Hopefully Chesterfield stay up, its one of the closer away days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smithie View Post
    Looking at the table as it stands, it's hard to see anyone other than Barnet and Chesterfield being the two who go down.

    It' a shame to lose Chesterfield and keep that drippy Forest Green bunch of mugs.
    Maybe a twist to come? 14 Mar 2017, 37 games, except Newport 36, played :

    Hartlepools 41,
    Notts 40,
    Cheltenham 39,
    Newport 32,
    Orient 32

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    If we beat the chavs then we can breath a bit easier.

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    The team i'd go for.

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    Gibbons-Howe-Smith-Montano
    Worrall-Hannant-Pugh-Harness
    Whitfield
    Turner

    Playing Tonge and Pugh in the same team is asking for it.

  15. #10
    Quote Originally Posted by Fosse69 View Post
    No news on Turner yet
    What news are you expecting on Turner?! Aspin clearly doesn't rate him as one of his top 4 strikers, as Pope, Forrester, Barnett & Wilson are all picked in the squad ahead of him - he's even picked Angus on the bench rather than him.

    I'd forget about Turner for the forseeable.

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    I've heard he's reverting to type.

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