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Post by LFC-LCFC on 29/1/2017, 21:32

Two huge and possibly season defining games coming up at Giant Axe. Win them both and we have that all important breathing space, lose them both and we're in a playoff quagmire.

We could do with lots of vocal support and shouts of encouragement from all sections of the ground for the lads to get the six points, and try and lift the cagey atmosphere of late.

Up the Dollies! Very Happy

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Post by Shrimpsmakemeill on 29/1/2017, 21:57

How good to see a post about football; the forum's traffic only seems to be upped by bickering these days.

Indeed, maybe not a season-defining week with around 50 points still to be played for, but a very important one. Clitheroe have been a real monkey on our backs, winning four and drawing two of their last six visits to the Giant Axe. That's a record we desperately need to break.

Farsley is the only team that can overhaul us at the moment, in that winning their two games in hand would give them a one point advantage. They scored a late winner against Brighouse yesterday, although there was a little joy for us with Trafford only drawing, albeit they were two down at one stage.

Best of luck to the lads; we really don't want those dreaded play-offs again!

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Post by Big Blue on 30/1/2017, 08:44

Play to our potential both winnable.. Farsley might be our nearest challengers but they can't keep a clean sheet. Hope we play 2 up against them. NMBAWA

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Post by Tobycarvery on 30/1/2017, 09:23

Two wins gives us 60 points two thirds into the season, so that's on target for the 90 points which should see us as champions this year. Long way to go, but, contrary to popular belief, our home form is , in terms of average points per game, slightly better than our away form. Having said that, I'd settle for four points from these two games.

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Post by janinfrance on 30/1/2017, 10:57

Nil satis nisi optimum

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Post by DollyTillIDie on 30/1/2017, 14:22

janinfrance wrote:Nil satis nisi optimum

Didn't know you were an Evertonian Jan.

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Post by janinfrance on 30/1/2017, 15:11

Always been my second favourite team

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Post by gaz1889 on 30/1/2017, 17:19

Tobycarvery wrote:Two wins gives us 60 points two thirds into the season, so that's on target for the 90 points which should see us as champions this year. Long way to go, but, contrary to popular belief, our home form is , in terms of average points per game, slightly better than our away form. Having said that, I'd settle for four points from these two games.

I don't think anyone's suggesting our away record is better than our home form.....for me, at least, I think our home form should be so much better than it is. We're top of the league, the Axe should be a fortress, teams should be in fear of visiting us. We need to take advantage & do our bit ourselves by turning up in numbers & providing plenty of vocal backing. It's our best season in about 13 years, where is everyone FFS?

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Post by janinfrance on 30/1/2017, 17:39

Which brings us back to the old chestnut, why don't the people of Lancaster want a football team?

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Post by alasher on 30/1/2017, 19:58

Let's get down & get behind the boys!

A convincing home win would do both players & fans the world of good before Saturday's big clash
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