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Tag Archives: League Two

Col Calling


Go-oo-od morning, madam. The erudite townsfolk of blessed St. Evenage are walking down to Broadhall Way to see the Boro’ aces, for it is Residents’ Day. On our Dunlop-starred Prix Fixe menu is Colchester United, and the taste has so far proved an acquired one. Now we’re home from our epic adventures around League Two’s most distant outposts with Michael Palin, the half-time slideshow is going to be quite the visual […]

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Exe-Rated


If a Boro’ team wins 1-0 at Carlisle, but the fans’ bus doesn’t get there for our clan to see it happen, does it really happen? It must do. We’ve seen YouTube vids and animated gifs. Here’s a picture. What more bloody proof do you need? Well, how about we get the lads to repeat the trick? Exeter may be slightly nearer than Carlisle, but no less tough a challenge. […]

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Carlisle See You When You Get There…


Now we’ve seen off the league’s bottom feeders, it’s time for us to step up. We’re now facing the Creme de la Menthe of League Two, and what a back-breaking escapade it promises to be too. Our switch from the bottom four to the top five is about to see us take in the best part of 1,000 miles in the space of four days. That’s what Google says. You don’t […]

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Grimblesby


Grimsby indoors, eh? It’s much like a slap in the belly with a wet fish; sounds entertaining at first, but then a harsh reality soon sets in. It hurts, don’t it? In taking to the field this weekend, Boro’ get the huge honour of being first (probably) to complete the Bottom Four Boxset too. Morecambe, Macclesfield, Notts County and now the Mariners; if it had Andrew Lincoln and zombies in […]

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County File


From the second worst side in the division indoors to the worst; we’d better catch ourselves on and make the most of this kind run of fixtures at the mo. As sure as Mark Lawrenson is predicting that Liverpool will – once more – avoid defeat for the 17514th consecutive Premier League outing, someone somewhere will be saying “there’s no better time to be playing Notts County”; at home, away […]

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Return Of The Macc…


Oh look. It’s Macclesfield Town, and it’s been a while; the Silkmen are back in the neighbourhood after more than seven years in non-league exile. Or should that be purgatory? We’ll have to ask our friends down the A1 about that some time. For now, though, Macc now come to us with a boast that we can’t beat. Have we ever won the Conference thrice? No, we haven’t. And they have. But […]

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