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Walsall v Posh

Postby tonyp » 14 Feb 2017, 23:27

Last night
Posh 2-1 Shrewsbury
Scunthorpe 0-0 Walsall

League table
Posh away have played 15 and have won 7 of them (drawn 3).

Walsall at home have played 14 and won only 5 (drawn 6).

Tough game. Could be a draw?
But we can win. We need the three points to keep in touch with the playoffs.
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Re: Walsall v Posh

Postby bristleposh » 14 Feb 2017, 23:35

I'll be there, stone cold sober, driving, I think I'd prefer to stay at home, but I'm committed, or at least I should be.
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Re: Walsall v Posh

Postby DaveLister » 15 Feb 2017, 02:08

Got a horrible feeling the Turkish Messi will come back to haunt us.
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Re: Walsall v Posh

Postby Chompy » 15 Feb 2017, 11:01

We're all doomed!

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Re: Walsall v Posh

Postby superposh80 » 15 Feb 2017, 12:47

easy chompy...he can't take it when the tables are turned :wink:

not worried about oztumer at all myself.

we know all about him...he contributed nothing at our gaff earlier in the season...and in anthony grant, we have a good footballer who's more than capable of dealing with his threat...which is very hit and miss.
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Re: Walsall v Posh

Postby tonyp » 15 Feb 2017, 12:55

bristleposh wrote:I'll be there, stone cold sober.

:clap2:
So we'll look forward to a good report then.
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Re: Walsall v Posh

Postby bristleposh » 15 Feb 2017, 15:52

tonyp wrote:
bristleposh wrote:I'll be there, stone cold sober.

:clap2:
So we'll look forward to a good report then.

I doubt it, I'll say it as I see it, but if it doesn't concur with what our most adroit forumites think I will be slated, even if they haven't bothered to go the short journey across to the Black Country (Bernard Manning is alive and well)
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Re: Walsall v Posh

Postby Wycliffe » 15 Feb 2017, 17:47

superposh80 wrote:easy chompy...he can't take it when the tables are turned :wink:

not worried about oztumer at all myself.

we know all about him...he contributed nothing at our gaff earlier in the season...and in anthony grant, we have a good footballer who's more than capable of dealing with his threat...which is very hit and miss.


Totally.
So glad Grant didn't get booked last night as I am looking forward to seeing him (fairly) put the turk up in the air and on his arse :clap:

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Re: Walsall v Posh

Postby PoshDrummerAdam » 16 Feb 2017, 17:57

bristleposh wrote:I'll be there, stone cold sober, driving, I think I'd prefer to stay at home, but I'm committed, or at least I should be.

I plan to be the complete opposite, sorry in advance

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Re: Walsall v Posh

Postby stuie » 16 Feb 2017, 18:27

PoshDrummerAdam wrote:
bristleposh wrote:I'll be there, stone cold sober, driving, I think I'd prefer to stay at home, but I'm committed, or at least I should be.

I plan to be the complete opposite, sorry in advance


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Re: Walsall v Posh

Postby bristleposh » 16 Feb 2017, 18:35

stuie wrote:
PoshDrummerAdam wrote:
bristleposh wrote:I'll be there, stone cold sober, driving, I think I'd prefer to stay at home, but I'm committed, or at least I should be.

I plan to be the complete opposite, sorry in advance


:stupid: :comeon:

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Re: Walsall v Posh

Postby john316z » 16 Feb 2017, 23:35

Back on the drinking topic again. Never mind the small matter of the football. CMS to score number 100

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Re: Walsall v Posh

Postby stuie » 17 Feb 2017, 00:23

john316z wrote:Back on the drinking topic again. Never mind the small matter of the football. CMS to score number 100


I will be absolutely honest here

and those that know me, that is what I am

Walsall v Posh (any match day) is more much more than 90 minutes of football

no apologies, absolutely love it from dawn to dusk

no home matches for us Cheshire Posh (We treat matches at London rd as away matches)

We even had a flag made, taken to the motorpoint stand to celebrate CMS's 100th goal, look out you might even see it at Walsall

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Re: Walsall v Posh

Postby bristleposh » 17 Feb 2017, 08:31

stuie wrote:
john316z wrote:Back on the drinking topic again. Never mind the small matter of the football. CMS to score number 100


I will be absolutely honest here

and those that know me, that is what I am

Walsall v Posh (any match day) is more much more than 90 minutes of football

no apologies, absolutely love it from dawn to dusk

no home matches for us Cheshire Posh (We treat matches at London rd as away matches)

We even had a flag made, taken to the motorpoint stand to celebrate CMS's 100th goal, look out you might even see it at Walsall

john316z, don't knock it till you try it,
If you are a Poshie, follow the Posh the way you like it


:stupid:


Absolutely, so many people think football starts at 3:00 and finishes close to 5:00. This is what has gone wrong, it's a family of support too, meeting the family and friends is all part of the occasion. I have had so many great days out ruined by the two hours after kick off.
In the Kingdom of the blind,
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Re: Walsall v Posh

Postby Ileyout » 17 Feb 2017, 09:41

bristleposh wrote:
stuie wrote:
john316z wrote:Back on the drinking topic again. Never mind the small matter of the football. CMS to score number 100


I will be absolutely honest here

and those that know me, that is what I am

Walsall v Posh (any match day) is more much more than 90 minutes of football

no apologies, absolutely love it from dawn to dusk

no home matches for us Cheshire Posh (We treat matches at London rd as away matches)

We even had a flag made, taken to the motorpoint stand to celebrate CMS's 100th goal, look out you might even see it at Walsall

john316z, don't knock it till you try it,
If you are a Poshie, follow the Posh the way you like it


:stupid:


Absolutely, so many people think football starts at 3:00 and finishes close to 5:00. This is what has gone wrong, it's a family of support too, meeting the family and friends is all part of the occasion. I have had so many great days out ruined by the two hours after kick off.


I'll drink to that.


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