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Re: Yesterday

By OldStripey3/11 11:02Sun Nov 3 11:02:03 2019In response to Yesterday

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A well written piece and a very good summary of the game. What was also shocking was some of the language used at times form , as you put it, by a minority of fans. Such behaviour is detrimental to our hope of fostering a family environment and spirit.
Looking at some of the "suspects" I could not help but think of the phrase "the lights are on but no one is home".
Poor game but a good result. The Football League newspaper gave the man of the match to the Scunthorpe goalkeeper. I think that is the third time this season that the opposing team,s keeper has been nominated. We had chances but our finishing needs tuning (football parlance for stating the obvious).
Small steps but I feel we are growing as a team.

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