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CC51DAS

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Despite the understandable doom and gloom, the fact remains that we are still right in the promotion race and with several fixtures left against clubs above us (who also have several games against each other), anything could still happen.

As others have said it will be typical of us after capitulating against struggling Morecambe, to sneak a win at Scunny tomorrow - 10 men Northampton showed they are not infallible either.

I can name four sides who would like to be in our position - Plymouth, York, Hartlepool and Newport - and I bet none of their managers and squads are preparing for the week ahead as if the season is over.

One decent win to lift spirits and every remaining match is going to seem winnable so COME ON YOU BLUES !
 
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