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Re: Bury vs Barnet Match Thread

Postby torontobee » 16 Apr 2011, 15:55

Northampton miss a sitter in injury time!
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Re: Bury vs Barnet Match Thread

Postby buzzlightyear » 16 Apr 2011, 15:56

Burton full time.

Now 3 points behind them and the cobblers.
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Re: Bury vs Barnet Match Thread

Postby jamiefrbees » 16 Apr 2011, 15:56

who cares about Stockport,

they're long gone
Barnet, Barnet, Barnet, because...we're staying up, and it's the bondz the bondz the bondz the bondz the bondz the bondz the bondz that will keep us together...

Why does it always fall to Togwell?
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Re: Bury vs Barnet Match Thread

Postby buzzlightyear » 16 Apr 2011, 15:59

Wycombe game FT
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Re: Bury vs Barnet Match Thread

Postby torontobee » 16 Apr 2011, 16:00

FT 2-2 for Wycombe - Northampton.

Could be a lot worse. Can't see both them and Burton getting to 50 pts. Not that much has changed after today.
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Re: Bury vs Barnet Match Thread

Postby PBBee » 16 Apr 2011, 16:00

As someone said earlier we did not expect to get much from today's game and most of us thought Burton would get a result and Northampton gained a point on us but now we have to take a massive support to Gillingham next week and hopefully get something. I really think we can get enough points (hope Oxford lose next Saturday or they will bring thousands to Underhill on Monday) - the goal difference is a bit of a blow but it can be done.
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Re: Bury vs Barnet Match Thread

Postby jamiefrbees » 16 Apr 2011, 16:00

demand explanation as to why Deering didn't start..

all forgiven if slightly injured.

If not, simply unforgivable
Barnet, Barnet, Barnet, because...we're staying up, and it's the bondz the bondz the bondz the bondz the bondz the bondz the bondz that will keep us together...

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Re: Bury vs Barnet Match Thread

Postby Dreamy » 16 Apr 2011, 16:04

I still think we need 50 points to stay up, which means 3 wins from last 4 games, which I can't see happening.
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Re: Bury vs Barnet Match Thread

Postby beeline » 16 Apr 2011, 16:05

buzzlightyear wrote:Into injury time. Burton's GD now 5 better than us, Northampton's 9.

Those goal differences can be turned in a matter of a few games. We have to thank that they are not 13 or 14 ahead. Still think the 2 homes games we must win and a draw against the Gills or the Accies might do it. Anything at Bury was wishful thinking, but after 2 goals in 3 minutes we showed guts not to concede more. Graz must install the belief in the players MA did. The fat lady isn't singing quite yet! :unkw:
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Re: Bury vs Barnet Match Thread

Postby PBBee » 16 Apr 2011, 16:14

Huge weekend coming up for everyone. A couple losses and we are down (probably officially), a couple wins or even 4 points and we are still in with a decent shout. Going to be very nerve racking at the Gills and at Underhill and both local games with decent crowds.
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Re: Bury vs Barnet Match Thread

Postby Mikel Bee » 16 Apr 2011, 16:16

Graz just said in the interview that Parkes made a difference when he came on and hinted that he, along with some other fringe players may find their way into the first team. He wasn't happy about the first half performance but thought we played much better in the second.
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Re: Bury vs Barnet Match Thread

Postby Pixie » 16 Apr 2011, 16:41

Have to say, Graz's interview pleased me. He didn't hide behind them being a good team but stood up and said we hadn't been good enough first half. He said the players knew they'd not performed as they could. Think this is a good thing, he wasn't rude, pessimistic or critical but he's clearly not going to let the players give anything but 100% if he can help it.
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Re: Bury vs Barnet Match Thread

Postby becbee » 16 Apr 2011, 16:41

Next up - Bradford V Burton on Tuesday. Come on you Bantams.
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Re: Bury vs Barnet Match Thread

Postby johnp » 16 Apr 2011, 17:06

It's not really going to happen now is it. :(
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Re: Bury vs Barnet Match Thread

Postby becbee » 16 Apr 2011, 17:49

johnp wrote:It's not really going to happen now is it. :(


Bury away was always going to be difficult. So it proved, Bury were just too good for us, we'd have lost if MA had still been around.

Burton v Cheltenham was always quite likely to be a home win - remember, we beat Cheltenham at home.

Wycombe went 2-0 down last Saturday then came back to draw 2-2 , they drew their previous match 0-0, it's not particuarly surprising that Northampton got a point from them.

I'm as disappointed as evrybody else but let's keep a sense of perspective. A defeat for Burton at Bradford on Tuesday is vital, but then it always was.
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