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I started going to Barrow matches in March/April 1980, so the end of this season will be the 40th anniversary of me supporting them and although we've won the FA Trophy at the old and new Wembley (1990 and 2010) and won promotion to this league a few times this is by far the most exciting time i can remember as a Barrow fan.

I'm keeping my fingers crossed the rest of the season will be as good...  I'd like to win it easily - but that's just not the football way - i'd settle for winning on goal difference with a 95th min own goal conceded by the 2nd place team... as long as we hold on and go up - 48 years out of the league is too long...

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Barrow were a league club up until 1972. It would be nice to see them back in the football league. They are a real club with a proper history. 

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22 hours ago, JIMBO said:

Hello @chipmunx, are you enjoying your stay? Good luck to Barrow.

so far so good. had to come back from 1 down today but 2 cracking goals put us 7 points clear with a game in hand.

Enzio's goal was a cracker tonight by the way.

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@chipmunx You had a player sent off also right?

It shows a lot of class to comeback and show some metal in those circumstances. Some fight, others crumble but it does sound like the morale in the Barrow camp is at a great level.

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