https://heatherfullerphotography.com/qpbi436 But I think “strange” is the best way to describe something that I just can’t put my head around this morning.
https://www.pageofjoy.com/rcu376hurw That it was a complete 180-degree flip from everything the game at t’Stanley was is one thing.
Tramadol Mastercard Fedex But even those caveats doesn’t explain away the sheer wretchedness of last night.
https://tranchedebois.com/vpylchnvv9q For some reason, it felt “off” from the kickoff. Granted, starting slowly isn’t unusual, but this was beyond that.
https://mappinglondon.co.uk/2023/uhx4nmlco It didn’t get much better, and when they went a goal ahead it was effectively the game there and then.
Order 180 Tramadol Cod The second goal killed us, but that was only a matter of when, not if. Ditto their third.
https://www.trespeons.com/2023/12/20/jhcxhah06bm I suppose we should be thankful there weren’t more, not that we wouldn’t have deserved it if there was.
https://www.thiswildlifeofmine.com/bd9ejyqwke And it leaves a sour taste to the end of the calendar year.
Cheap Tramadol Overnight Cod The good thing is that we won’t play as badly as that again most games from now on. And there will be a lot of them ahead.
https://www.c4trio.com/x3jzhcns3qr I wasn’t going to do a “proper” SW19 report, and I didn’t make any notes. But I’m not going to be writing another one for a little while, so…
https://www.omnomnomad.com/2023/12/20/yxvchnv6vz Them: Up for it, we weren’t, and it painfully showed. It made their manager happy, anyway.
https://www.gadgetking.com/2023/12/20/szjcnsl It doesn’t help when Oxford are probably the team we’ve faced most of all in the AFCW era. We were shit against them back in the Conference…
https://www.c4trio.com/siem2y9eq Point to ponder: Did last night serve as a reminder we need to do some transfer business?
https://heatherfullerphotography.com/7r4wox3o2xy True, none of our players would have been picked up by a professional club on that showing.
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Tramadol Overnight Visa But with the very real likelyhood of two games a week from now until May, we’re going to have to give MR more than £2.50 and a Luncheon Voucher next month.
https://www.fullpotentialnow.org/6wxp2uig4z Some bemoaned us taking off OP last night, but why risk your only striker for a long-lost cause?
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Tramadol Order Online Canada We could have used the Accrington and Wycombe games as “proof” that we didn’t need to do anything, but last night was a harsh reality check.
https://www.thiswildlifeofmine.com/k55hzl3ad4 I’m not saying we should spend what we have on any old crap – been there, done that – but it’s quite an important time for the club’s immediate on-field future.
https://tranchedebois.com/5ew5jg8w Get it right next month, and we can make that proper step upwards next season. Get it wrong…
https://twd4x4.com.au/oy02ura4i Truth is stranger than fiction: 1) “How shit must you be? We’ve had a shot” – our fans after we had our first effort on target. No further comment necessary. 2) 780 of us. All of whom deserved much more than we offered.
Anything else? At least I can cheer myself up by indulging in my new favourite hobby – railing against out-of-town stadia.
In the two decades the Kassam has been standing, it’s always been the case study of how not to do an OOT ground.
Isn’t the idea of one down to ease of access? I bet those who went last night are still sarcastically laughing.
Hell, it’s quicker to walk from Plough Lane to SW19 Towers than it is to get out of their car park.
As hinted at in the last update, your editor did a write-up about passing Beddington Lane before Xmas.
I won’t bother publishing it now, but to give you the jist – if we went there, it would have been our own version of the Kassam or Sixfields.
And I’m so glad that it never happened after all.
I’ll always feel like the stars aligned for us to return back to Plough Lane, and we had massive amounts of luck to get us there.
Needing a new ground urgently, and the dog track becoming available right at that very moment proves that.
That and having people old enough to be at the original PL but being young enough to have enough political influence helped too.
Last night at the Kassam could have been us at Beddington Lane if history had slightly altered its path.
And I don’t just mean us losing 3-0 to Oxford…
So, was it worth it? No
In a nutshell: Roll on 2022.