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Ref has definitely favoured Tranmere throughout this game.

Coincidence that Mike Dean is a fan...?

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I’m not Newport fan but they didn’t deserve that.

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That McNulty that came on is younger and also fatter than me! (I’m 35) He looked about 45! 👀

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Just now, K-Hod said:

That McNulty that came on is younger and also fatter than me! (I’m 35) He looked about 45! 👀

Haha. I turned on for the penalties, he must be that guy that I instantly thought 'Accrington Loyal'.

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48 minutes ago, K-Hod said:

That McNulty that came on is younger and also fatter than me! (I’m 35) He looked about 45! 👀

The player he replaced must have felt quite humiliated. He was lower-non-league dimensions! I can only assume he meets the Tranmere fitness requirements.

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7 hours ago, blueboy3333 said:

Pleased for Tranmere. Always like them a club for no particular reason. Maybe it was the Friday night games in the 80's (Johnnie King?)

Prenton Park and its environs could be a tricky evening for an away fan back then. 

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Good lord Charlton passing one in their own net

Wouldnt bet against Sunderland now they can be dour as hell

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‘Football needs "to look at how it treats the owners at some of its clubs" as without them, fans "wouldn't have a club’.

Same goes the other way!

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38 minutes ago, jodrell said:

It's no wonder errant owners are allowed to buy and subsequently ruin good football clubs with pricks like Harvey in governance. In the case of several clubs new owners bought good, well run clubs, oversaw relegation(s) and saddled the clubs with unmanageable debt. And we have to be grateful.

It's like reading some of our own fans telling us how we have to be forgive, forget and be grateful to the hopeless Indians who have ruined our great club.

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We’ll hear tomorrow that Bauer never had any intention of leaving Charlton and is delighted to have signed a new five year deal.

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Just now, Stuart said:

Amazing finish.

Netflix will be gutted.

Netflix may be delighted, an epic ending to season two and more fuel for season three!

Leeds losing in the semis and Sunderland in their final is great stuff though.

Sky now hoping for a Lampard story tomorrow 

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Just now, Tom said:

Netflix may be delighted, an epic ending to season two and more fuel for season three!

Leeds losing in the semis and Sunderland in their final is great stuff though.

Sky now hoping for a Lampard story tomorrow 

Relegation

Change of ownership

Lost a Wembley Cup Final

Lost a Play-Off match at Wembley

If they wanted a tale of football misery they are getting plenty of material.

 

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Just now, Stuart said:

Relegation

Change of ownership

Lost a Wembley Cup Final

Lost a Play-Off match at Wembley

If they wanted a tale of football misery they are getting plenty of material.

 

Can't wait. When's it released 😂

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Just now, Husky said:

That Will Grigg fella looks like he could step up a level.

League one has always been his level. There’s a reason he’s got so many promotions from that league, not good enough for the championship.

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