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Your opinion or a question? ;)

FA Cup is such a major thing, the money. Ah..... *sigh

Well Mr Trew did say the championship would help us financially in the Q&A, which would be longer term, haha

At least England are winning

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We now focus on the JPT but more importantly the league.

It's not the end of the world but revenue lost, something which could have boosted our budget. 1-0 up, we really should have sealed it but they've done well. No bitterness, no real shame but I am disappointed.

Hard luck Notts

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Nowhere near good enough. First we have a half assed attempt at home. Then we throw away a lead against a very average League 2 side. That's 4 games in a row where the performance wasn't up to scratch. Yes we got a win at Coventry but only because they were woeful. I accept a big response against Yeovil.

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I know the old "now we can concentrate on the league" will get wheeled out... But I am gutted.
 
Winning and getting results becomes a habit, as does losing and not... The cup could have brought in unexpected revenue to give us an extra boost in January.
It just starts to put a dent in the optimism..

>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jHPOzQzk9Qo

 

So onwards and upwards...

 

There is still plenty to be excited about this season, JPT - we can go on and win this... League - we can achieve "the dream"

 

COYP
 

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Well that's a disappointment. I could see what SD was doing, we have quite a big squad and a lot of fringe players who could realistically hold down a place in the first team, and yesterday was their chance. I feel particularly sorry for the 170 who made the trip to Lancashire on a Tuesday night in November - that's commitment!


 


I love cup runs, and we could have done with a little income boost from a big-name opponent in the third round. At least we're doing well in the league and potentially have the JPT to look forward to.


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Yeovil are here on saturday, lets show that we could have beat them in the cup.

3 points will go further than the cup, yes it is money down the drain we could have done with but you know what? we are still in a very good position, it would be a shame to see that wasted. Shaun tried his best, as did the squad and accrington yet again made the lads jobs difficult. Its not a lack of performance but typical football.

I am gutted to see us exit the cup.

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It was not our night.

If we had have gotten the pen or if cassidy had scored, we might have been able to push on. people are saying we had no pressure on social pages and banter groups but if that is the case, how did we lose?

any highlights?

dont think so i have been looking!

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