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    Poor result for MK away to Port Vale - listened on the radio and sounded like if anything we were lucky not to give away a penalty / go down to 10 men after around half an hour. 0-0 a fair result.
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    Looks like we've had the last laugh. Leeds were desperately poor.
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    (Original post by Icecream1)
    Highfield was the best thing the Sky Blues had after relegation by having a great stadium that they owned. Now the Ricoh is mostly empty and seems to spur the opposition (no disrespect to the smaller clubs in the division) in playing in such a high standard venue of PL standard.

    I have gone to watch football at both, in "small" and "big" games and Highfield Road wins hands down. If Coventry actually owned the Ricoh then it would be a different story.
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    (Original post by alex_hk90)
    Poor result for MK away to Port Vale - listened on the radio and sounded like if anything we were lucky not to give away a penalty / go down to 10 men after around half an hour. 0-0 a fair result.
    Thanks for nothing chaps...


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    Wow, the Championship battle is keeping up the excitement. Definitly down to the top 4 now for automatic, still seperated by just 2 points. Then you've got Norwich, dropping from 2nd to 4th thanks to Middlesborough and Watford winning, but then getting a stoppage time winner to leap back to 2nd. Shows what a manager Alex Neil is too. He knew that a point was as bad as a loss with how tight it is at the top, so brought on 2 more strikers to get the goal.
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    (Original post by Midlander)
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    Yeah, I have a lot of family and friends in Coventry.

    Good win today but still only a three point gap to the relegation zone.
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    (Original post by Icecream1)
    Yeah, I have a lot of family and friends in Coventry.

    Good win today but still only a three point gap to the relegation zone.
    Good lad. I can see the safety margin being a record this year, we stem' safe yet.


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    Most of the squad seemed to be on their jollies today. Latest academy graduate to burst onto the scene, Kalvin Phillips, got a goal on his home debut which was nice. Young Charlie Taylor put in a shift, he's really stepped up since Warnock left for Derby. Antenucci & Sharp were anonymous, Morison was playing as a CB for Cardiff today & the rest were bang average.

    It was the performance of a team that knows they have nothing left to play for & seem more interested in where they'll go on holiday in 6 weeks. Still, I had a cracking cheeseburger there.
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    Great result for Cardiff. Nice 2-1 win against dirty Leeds. Get in Gunnarsson.
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    Huge result for Ipswich. Dropping points today would have been so demoralising.
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    Really gutted to let Derby score out of nowhere in the last minute today. Still, we've got Sheffield Wednesday, Reading, Bolton and Wigan left, so I feel that getting back into the play offs is all to play for.
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    (Original post by Jangrafess)
    Really gutted to let Derby score out of nowhere in the last minute today. Still, we've got Sheffield Wednesday, Reading, Bolton and Wigan left, so I feel that getting back into the play offs is all to play for.
    Must be disappointed with the late goal, but I'd assume most Brentford fans would take the draw before the game?

    Derby on their day are unbeatable. They just haven't had their day for months now
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    (Original post by TornadoGR4)
    Must be disappointed with the late goal, but I'd assume most Brentford fans would take the draw before the game?

    Derby on their day are unbeatable. They just haven't had their day for months now
    Pretty much. Just really frustrating to play so well against them and be unable to close it out. I'd be interested to hear from the Derby fan on here - can never remember his username.
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    (Original post by fluttershy)
    Wow, the Championship battle is keeping up the excitement. Definitly down to the top 4 now for automatic, still seperated by just 2 points. Then you've got Norwich, dropping from 2nd to 4th thanks to Middlesborough and Watford winning, but then getting a stoppage time winner to leap back to 2nd. Shows what a manager Alex Neil is too. He knew that a point was as bad as a loss with how tight it is at the top, so brought on 2 more strikers to get the goal.
    Weren't they like 10th when he took over? He's clearly doing something right as they've barely lost a game under his tenure.

    I think Bournemouth will do it now. They were in League Two 4 or 5 years ago, which is an absolutely amazing achievement.
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    Nice gesture by the leeds fans donating for the fire and putting the 'dislike' to one side. Bradford fan

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    (Original post by Jangrafess)
    Pretty much. Just really frustrating to play so well against them and be unable to close it out. I'd be interested to hear from the Derby fan on here - can never remember his username.
    Hi

    Yeah, ****test performance I've seen us put in on our home turf. Very worrying that it happened to be in one of the biggest games of the season and I genuinely think this McClaren speculation is the cause of it. We've never had an issue with players' effort before and half of them didn't even look bothered yesterday.

    It was nice to be on the receiving end of some good fortune for a change though
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    (Original post by sr90)
    Weren't they like 10th when he took over? He's clearly doing something right as they've barely lost a game under his tenure.

    I think Bournemouth will do it now. They were in League Two 4 or 5 years ago, which is an absolutely amazing achievement.
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    Might be a bit late but that's proper harsh on Yeovil Town, club is really in the pit, relegated twice in two seasons. How the fans must feel.
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    So when a manager is doing well, all that the media have to do is link him to a bigger club in order to break his stride eh?
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    So 2 from 4 for promotion and 2 from 4 for the playoffs, feel like we needs point at Boro now after our result at the weekend and our shoddy defending.

    Meanwhile Afobe went to 30 for the season, it's nice to be confident that we are going to score goals.
 
 
 
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