https://www.c4trio.com/og21iwe Next time, I’ll try not to leave it quite so long between updates…
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Cheap Tramadol Online Overnight Delivery Bugiel doesn’t find the net as often as I would like, so this was definitely a big tick in his “plus” column this evening.
https://mappinglondon.co.uk/2023/3aed9kqq Which strangely seemed to wake us up. No, I don’t know why we always treat the restart like we’re just going to bed, but it’s killed us so many times in the past.
https://heatherfullerphotography.com/l3475vb2tp0 To our credit, we weathered that particular little storm, but again – we just needed that second goal to give us a little bit more breathing space.
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https://www.thiswildlifeofmine.com/w26zaf4uic1 And that seemed to kill the game off. Don’t get me wrong, Swindon were still dangerous and could have made it uncomfortable when they got a goal back.
https://www.pageofjoy.com/d1tduztc But I think any nerves we had before then were just lifted, and we put them down. Properly, lets-put-them-to-the-sword-and-leave-them-crying-for-mummy.
Order Tramadol India AAH had been quiet, until he made it a third. Supplied by none other than a Mr H Pell, who came on and reminded everyone that he was still about.
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https://www.gadgetking.com/2023/12/20/321q7vc3 That’s for another day though. The players (and coaching staff) fully deserved their applause, and did anyone notice JJ himself clapping in time to “Two times out of non-league”?
Speaking of our current manager, he sounded pretty pleased on the post-game OS comments, and you can’t begrudge him.
https://www.c4trio.com/mdipfwzn0t Indeed, some are now even praising him for being more flexible in his tactics (even though I tune out as soon as anyone even begins to utter about formations), which is some turnaround from what he’s been accused of.
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https://twd4x4.com.au/mtkkrvmf But for now, we should enjoy it. It’s only been two years since we can call it Fortress Plough Lane without taking the piss…
https://apexpeakfest.com/gvgi2qaz0fs-3121 The referee’s a…: It was no surprise there was eight minutes injury in the first half, as he did seem keen to blow his whistle every ten seconds.
https://www.omnomnomad.com/2023/12/20/m0b6dv39 Them: Swindon aren’t a bad side, although you can see how they managed to lose 7-4 to Aldershot in the FA Cup.
https://aquarl-duval.com/2023/12/20/zhq0bwoaccs I overheard one of their fans walking down Plough Lane afterwards saying they couldn’t hit the proverbial banjo with a barn door, or something.
Order Tramadol Cash On Delivery Maybe that’s true, but apart from them hitting the post I’m not sure if we were properly battling to keep them out.
I would have been disappointed if we had lost or even drawn, put it that way. Unsurprised, perhaps, but certainly gloomy.
Their number 10 used to play for Franchise, as he was reminded of on a regular basis. We can thank fuck he didn’t score.
Decent turnout from Wiltshire, although many of them decided that they needed some late Xmas shopping to be done when we netted our third.
Oh, and I know I’ve been a tad out of the loop the last fortnight, but have we suddenly developed a fierce rivalry with them and I’ve only just noticed?
I say that, because we gave it “2-0 on your big day out” and seemed happy when they were making early tracks.
Why? I understand it if it’s Franchise, or Crawley, or even Sutton to a lesser extent. But Swindon…?
Truth is stranger than fiction: 1) The Rainbow Laces thing being widely ignored. It always was performative nonsense anyway, and it’s a gimmick that has as much authenticity as a £9 note. Time to bin it totally. 2) Two coppers in front of the south stand after the break, clearly looking for something/someone.
Anything else? I touched on it earlier, but isn’t it nice that we’re in a good spot right now?
There were times today, and especially on Monday against Ramsgutter, where you just felt we clicked and could have just blitzkrieged the opposition.
Even at the back, we’re hard(er) to score against these days. Praise to all concerned, and I include the coaches as well.
When I was typing this, somebody elsewhere made the comment that if we bottle a promotion push this season, we might not get one for some time.
I’m not sure I necessarily agree with that, because our future success will rely on being able to find replacements for those who inevitably leave.
The issue for this season isn’t so much losing AAH but how we replace him if we do. Ditto anyone else.
We could lose the Iraqi Scouser, Jack Currie, Reeves and Joe Lewis and still get promoted if we identify the right replacements and they fit in seamlessly.
I’m not suggesting to our bean counters that’s what we should do. It’s better to keep them for this season if we can, and see what they can achieve.
I wonder if history might be repeating itself at AFCW. And by that, I mean that especially in our push through the divisions, our on-field success sometimes caught the club by surprise.
It may well be happening again, and if you look at where we are right now – it could be a genuine shock.
We’re currently in the playoffs, starting to be almost invincible at home, and playing a style of football that when it comes off is genuinely great to watch.
Did the club bank on that happening two weeks before Xmas this past close season? I know it took a big risk keeping JJ on this season, and kudos to them holding their nerve.
But maybe they’ll need to make decisions next month they had no plans to deal with…
So, was it worth it? Absobloodylutely.
In a nutshell: No longer Theme Park Plough Lane : where all visitors go home happy.