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First Game of the Season

TheLittleGazette

First XI
Joined
Oct 27, 2003
Messages
388
Blues opening games since 1990:-

1990/1 - Huddersfield Town (A) - Won 2-1 (Edwards, Angell)
1991/2 - Bristol City (H) - Drew 1-1 (Benjamin)
1992/3 - Newcastle United (A) - Lost 2-3 (Martin, Benjamin)
1993/4 - Nottingham Forest (H) - Drew 1-1 (Sussex)
1994/5 - Millwall (A) - Lost 1-3 (Iorfa)
1995/6 - Portsmouth (A) - Lost 2-4 (Thomson 2)
1996/7 - Tranmere Rovers (H) - Drew 1-1 (Rammell)
1997/8 - Carlisle United (H) - Drew 1-1 (Boere)
1998/9 - Scarborough (A) - Won 2-1 (Coleman, Hails)
1999/0 - Plymouth Argyle (H) - Won 2-1 (Houghton, Tolson)
2000/1 - Brighton & Hove Albion (H) - Won 2-0 (Carruthers, Lee)
2001/2 - Darlington (H) - Won 1-0 (Rawle)
2002/3 - Hull City (A) - Drew 2-2 (Jenkins, Bramble)
2003/4 - Cheltenham Town (H) - Won 2-0 (Gower 2 (1 pen))
 

W4 Shrimper

Guest
Good stat. Just hope it doesn't put the bock on us for today!
 

fbm

Blue tinted optimist⭐
Joined
Oct 28, 2003
Messages
8,880
Location
Cloud cuckoo land
And those last 9 seasons have been full of dross.

So, having been beaten today, we MUST be due a good season

(says he optimistically whilst still on holiday in majorca and looking for anything at all to lift the gloom)
 

Einstein

Esch Zhed Eff Schee
Joined
Oct 27, 2003
Messages
5,475
Location
Den Haag, Netherlands
[b said:
Quote[/b] (fbm @ Aug. 07 2004,17:07)]And those last 9 seasons have been full of dross.

So, having been beaten today, we MUST be due a good season

(says he optimistically whilst still on holiday in majorca and looking for anything at all to lift the gloom)
No, definitely. Last 10 years have been truly awful since our decline from first division and always used to have good seasons in there surviving, which was always the aim. So maybe we will have a good season and achieve our aim as we lost!

Good theory work anyway!!

Einstein
 

Katecat

First XI
Joined
Jan 24, 2004
Messages
251
[b said:
Quote[/b] (Einstein @ Aug. 07 2004,17:49)]
[b said:
Quote[/b] (fbm @ Aug. 07 2004,17:07)]And those last 9 seasons have been full of dross.

So, having been beaten today, we MUST be due a good season

(says he optimistically whilst still on holiday in majorca and looking for anything at all to lift the gloom)
No, definitely. Last 10 years have been truly awful since our decline from first division and always used to have good seasons in there surviving, which was always the aim. So maybe we will have a good season and achieve our aim as we lost!

Good theory work anyway!!

Einstein
Absolutely, it's all part of Tilly's master plan, beating Cheltenham did us no favours last year so we lost today on purpose in order to secure overall victory come May. Right?

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Guest

Guest
OK the truth is now known

TLG put the mockers on it

Ban him I say
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Technician

Guest
I was about the only one who predicted we would lose today, but with 45 games to go, we can still make our target... of 72 points for the playoffs!
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