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RegencyCheltenhamSpa
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Rotherham and Wigan.

By the time we go to Wimbledon we could be right in the mire.

Then after Wimbledon it’s Plymouth and Sunderland.
CTFCfan99
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0 points from the next 2 then. We're going to want these 4 points we've chucked away when April comes around.
RegencyCheltenhamSpa
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Oh and after Plymouth and Sunderland we have Fleetwood (must win) before going to Wycombe and Ipswich.

Our toughest run of games, coming on the back of a winless run.
ctfc-fan
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Cheers up lads, it might never happen….
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Shade
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Think I heard Plymouth is off as they're in the cup, unless you're talking about the rearranged date (which I didn't think had been announced yet)?
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Malabus
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ctfc-fan wrote:Cheers up lads, it might never happen….
It's Cheltenham, it will happen.

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little mo
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What a miserable depressing thread,I thought you lot were SUPPORTers
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Realists.
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Shade
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little mo wrote: 16 Jan 2022, 17:03 What a miserable depressing thread,I thought you lot were SUPPORTers
Don't worry, the mood will swing the other way when we nick a point or 3 off of a team we're only expected to get a hammering from... :lol:
RegencyCheltenhamSpa
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Shade wrote: 17 Jan 2022, 11:31
little mo wrote: 16 Jan 2022, 17:03 What a miserable depressing thread,I thought you lot were SUPPORTers
Don't worry, the mood will swing the other way when we nick a point or 3 off of a team we're only expected to get a hammering from... :lol:
Play off push could be back on if we do that.
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Morecambe beat Wycombe. Lincoln win at Portsmouth.

We slide to 17th (19th if Fleetwood and Wimbledon win games in hand) and four points above the relegation area (Morecambe).

Wigan at home next week which poses a dilemma: do we go hell for leather against Wigan (and probably still lose) or do we rest players ahead of the six-pointer against Wimbledon three days later?
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Malabus
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RegencyCheltenhamSpa wrote: 22 Jan 2022, 17:02 Morecambe beat Wycombe. Lincoln win at Portsmouth.

We slide to 17th (19th if Fleetwood and Wimbledon win games in hand) and four points above the relegation area (Morecambe).

Wigan at home next week which poses a dilemma: do we go hell for leather against Wigan (and probably still lose) or do we rest players ahead of the six-pointer against Wimbledon three days later?
As a Cheltenham fan I would expect "Hell for leather" for both games at home.
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Malabus wrote: 22 Jan 2022, 18:35
RegencyCheltenhamSpa wrote: 22 Jan 2022, 17:02 Morecambe beat Wycombe. Lincoln win at Portsmouth.

We slide to 17th (19th if Fleetwood and Wimbledon win games in hand) and four points above the relegation area (Morecambe).

Wigan at home next week which poses a dilemma: do we go hell for leather against Wigan (and probably still lose) or do we rest players ahead of the six-pointer against Wimbledon three days later?
As a Cheltenham fan I would expect "Hell for leather" for both games at home.
Wimbledon is away.
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Malabus
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RegencyCheltenhamSpa wrote: 22 Jan 2022, 18:49
Malabus wrote: 22 Jan 2022, 18:35
RegencyCheltenhamSpa wrote: 22 Jan 2022, 17:02 Morecambe beat Wycombe. Lincoln win at Portsmouth.

We slide to 17th (19th if Fleetwood and Wimbledon win games in hand) and four points above the relegation area (Morecambe).

Wigan at home next week which poses a dilemma: do we go hell for leather against Wigan (and probably still lose) or do we rest players ahead of the six-pointer against Wimbledon three days later?
As a Cheltenham fan I would expect "Hell for leather" for both games at home.
Wimbledon is away.
Confusing the Wimbledon away game as a league game which it wasn't. :oops:
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