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 Post subject: York or Torquay?
 Post Posted: 22 Apr 2017, 17:42 
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Superb win for Torquay away at Dover, so the Gulls climb out of the bottom four (50 points). York slip back in (49 points) after a disappointing draw with Woking (52 points). Guiseley also on 50 points.

York vs FGR on the last day of the season. Woking travel to the Daggers.

Guiseley and Torquay both at home, to Solihull Moors and North Ferriby.

Woking despite the three point gap look vulnerable. A defeat at Dagenham and three home wins for the other contenders would see Woking relegated on GD.


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 Post subject: Re: York or Torquay?
 Post Posted: 24 Apr 2017, 13:29 
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Lucky for York they have the easiest game. FGR useless and will be resting a few ahead of the play-offs, I'd have thought. I'm sure Hall, Pars and AMS will be up for giving them a hiding.

I hope, purely because of the two that can also go down, that Guiseley go.


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 Post subject: Re: York or Torquay?
 Post Posted: 24 Apr 2017, 13:37 
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Shade wrote:
Lucky for York they have the easiest game. FGR useless and will be resting a few ahead of the play-offs, I'd have thought. I'm sure Hall, Pars and AMS will be up for giving them a hiding.

I hope, purely because of the two that can also go down, that Guiseley go.


I want Guiseley to stay up. A club punching above its weight and not a club has that been mismanaged and brought to almost financial ruin,


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 Post subject: Re: York or Torquay?
 Post Posted: 24 Apr 2017, 15:56 
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Woking to go would be my preference.


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 Post subject: Re: York or Torquay?
 Post Posted: 26 Apr 2017, 10:19 
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You lucky people.
BT are to show York v FGR live at midday on Saturday and you'll get a chance to watch and study FGR as potential opponents for next season.

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 Post Posted: 26 Apr 2017, 11:10 
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Yes - but as long as we get at least a draw, its not happening for another 12 months (at least)


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 Post Posted: 26 Apr 2017, 12:09 
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Come on York, AMS, Pars and Asa. Although, looking at the fixtures the other relegation threatened teams have got I'm not fancying their chances of staying up...


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Shade wrote:
Come on York, AMS, Pars and Asa. Although, looking at the fixtures the other relegation threatened teams have got I'm not fancying their chances of staying up...


Woking to get beaten away at Dagenham, so if York win they move above Woking on GD.


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