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from Tuesday 1 Dec to Wednesday 2nd Dec still 6pm. Moved due to Wimbledon's FA Cup Tie on Sunday and to save them having to play Tues, Thurs Sun & Tues which included extra time last night at Barrow.
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but also moved to allow fans back in?
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HantsPosh wrote: 27 Nov 2020, 15:37 from Tuesday 1 Dec to Wednesday 2nd Dec still 6pm. Moved due to Wimbledon's FA Cup Tie on Sunday and to save them having to play Tues, Thurs Sun & Tues which included extra time last night at Barrow.
Or alternatively so they can get 2000 to attend for the first time at their new ground
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Not sure if they're allowed to without doing a 'test event' first, whatever that entails!
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According to the Official site
https://www.theposh.com/news/2020/novem ... ure-moved/
It was due to take place 24 hours earlier, but due to the Dons progress in the Emirates FA Cup on Thursday evening, they now face a round two clash on Sunday.
Despite the go-ahead for a limited amount of supporters in Tier 2, of which Wimbledon falls, there will be no fans inside the stadium for this particular fixture.
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AFC Wimbledon v Peterborough United (18:00)

REFEREE: KEVIN JOHNSON

ASSISTANT REFEREES: Ryan Whitaker and Adrian Tranter

Fourth Official : Carl Brook
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“The players who were in the starting line-up on Saturday were in on Sunday to go through the match because I didn’t want to leave it any longer. We have spoken about the game, but we have to move on now and focus on what is in front of us. We have back to back away games and we need to find more consistency in our performances but in our last league game we put in a good display against Plymouth and we mustn’t forget that,” Darren Ferguson said.
I told you he'd fix it.
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Has he? Have I missed something, have we played Wimbledon tonight?
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tonyp wrote: 01 Dec 2020, 20:28 “The players who were in the starting line-up on Saturday were in on Sunday to go through the match because I didn’t want to leave it any longer. We have spoken about the game, but we have to move on now and focus on what is in front of us. We have back to back away games and we need to find more consistency in our performances but in our last league game we put in a good display against Plymouth and we mustn’t forget that,” Darren Ferguson said.
I told you he'd fix it.
Well, that was surprisingly easy to fix. Maybe we should file that assessment with these of recent vintage:
After the Crewe defeat, the manager said,
If you’re going to have performances like that, the only way you can redeem yourselves is by winning the next one’ He added, ‘Our standards were way off today and I need to know why and I will find out why.’

After the Blackpool defeat in the following game, the manager said,
We were far too passive at the start, especially coming off such a poor performance at Crewe the week before. It’s been a theme of our season, but we’ve generally got away it.’

After the Chorley defeat, the manager said,
Our performance was completely unacceptable and always will be. I will have to dig deep to find the reasons why and to find answers and solutions. I have my suspicions, but I will go through it with the players tomorrow and take it from there….As a team we were appalling’.

Say the right things and eventually they will make sense. After all, we did hang a white-knuckle 1-0 drubbing on Plymouth, whom Rochdale (that’s ’17th-placed Rochdale’ to you) have just visited and sneaked away with a narrow 4-0 win.
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HantsPosh wrote: 01 Dec 2020, 22:31 Has he? Have I missed something, have we played Wimbledon tonight?
Be patient.
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JohnC wrote: 01 Dec 2020, 23:03
Well, that was surprisingly easy to fix.
You shouldn't be surprised.Fergie knows what he's doing.
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tonyp wrote: 01 Dec 2020, 23:17
JohnC wrote: 01 Dec 2020, 23:03
Well, that was surprisingly easy to fix.
You shouldn't be surprised.Fergie knows what he's doing.
As in 'Comrade Napoleon is always right'.
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JohnC wrote: 01 Dec 2020, 23:26
tonyp wrote: 01 Dec 2020, 23:17
JohnC wrote: 01 Dec 2020, 23:03
Well, that was surprisingly easy to fix.
You shouldn't be surprised.Fergie knows what he's doing.
As in 'Comrade Napoleon is always right'.
Maybe DMac is Napoleon and Fergie is Boxer - determined to prove he (DMac) was right in making him (Fergie) manager again.
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Reminder: Posh are currently third in the league one with the chance of going top, depending on how well Hull do against Doncaster and if we can pick up three points from Wombleland! :comeon:
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ashman wrote: 02 Dec 2020, 06:58 Reminder: Posh are currently third in the league one with the chance of going top, depending on how well Hull do against Doncaster and if we can pick up three points from Wombleland! :comeon:
Absolutely right Ashman. Some of our members do need reminding that we all support the Posh.
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