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Dec 23, 2009
yeah and torquay are making excuses as to having three long journey away games , same with most teams, think torquay were very poor 1st half and will not even be in top six come next may, not with gritton up front anyway.


Aug 9, 2004
The gulls are fairly solid and have the lumps up front required to do well in this division.. we ****ed all over them in the first half and should have had a penalty to make it three.. but they hit the woodwork a few times and should have had at least two in the second half hoofball or not.. our lot tiring and also the fear factor of getting that first home win played a part but with their current squad and manager they will be up there this season


First XI
Sep 29, 2006
Manhattan, New York City
Frankly, If I was to watch Torquay play week in week out I’d commit sucide!
The ball in the second half must have had ice on it. You’d end up with a sore neck.
Not my kind of football.
However, if it works for them, fine.