Posh v Northampton

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Re: Posh v Northampton

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ashman wrote: 14 Apr 2021, 15:56
JohnC wrote: 14 Apr 2021, 14:27 Wishing local rivals out of (down from) the division we play in subtracts interest (and probably revenue) from our season.
On the day we win the EPL, I hope the Cobblers come second on goal difference, with Cambridge a close third.
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Exactly what revenue do we enjoy while we're playing behind closed doors?
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DaveLister wrote: 14 Apr 2021, 20:43
ashman wrote: 14 Apr 2021, 15:56
JohnC wrote: 14 Apr 2021, 14:27 Wishing local rivals out of (down from) the division we play in subtracts interest (and probably revenue) from our season.
On the day we win the EPL, I hope the Cobblers come second on goal difference, with Cambridge a close third.
:question: :question: :question: :question: :question: :question:
Exactly what revenue do we enjoy while we're playing behind closed doors?
If they get relegated, we 100% won't play them next season. Crowds could well be back next season, and derby games are more attractive all round. Surely this isn't too complicated Dave? I hope we're in the Championship anyway(in some ways), but I wouldn't want any rivals to fall or rise too far from us.
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Re: Posh v Northampton

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DaveLister wrote: 14 Apr 2021, 20:43
ashman wrote: 14 Apr 2021, 15:56
JohnC wrote: 14 Apr 2021, 14:27 Wishing local rivals out of (down from) the division we play in subtracts interest (and probably revenue) from our season.
On the day we win the EPL, I hope the Cobblers come second on goal difference, with Cambridge a close third.
:question: :question: :question: :question: :question: :question:
Exactly what revenue do we enjoy while we're playing behind closed doors?
The revenue that enables us to sign another GK outside of the transfer window :wink:
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This from today's Northampton Chronicle & Echo:

Striker Alex Jones has joined Jon Brady's lengthy injury list and is a 'huge doubt' for Friday's derby at Peterborough United.
The 26-year-old has made five substitute appearances since joining last month and impressed off the bench against Bristol Rovers at the weekend, winning a late penalty.
He had been tipped to make his first Cobblers start at London Road on Friday evening but that now looks highly unlikely.
Steve Arnold, Mickel Miller, Jack Sowerby, Benny Ashley-Seal and Peter Kioso are all either out or doubtful for Saturday, while Mark Marshall continues to nurse a hamstring complaint.
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Now that's what you call a starting 11. Let's go!
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Looking to better Hull's goal difference tonight and thinking a 9-0 win is on the cards :clap:
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stumpy wrote: 16 Apr 2021, 19:30 Looking to better Hull's goal difference tonight and thinking a 9-0 win is on the cards :clap:
If that occurs, we're top tonight :clap:
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Need a goal to bring them out
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At last! Using the wings and 1 for Sammie.
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Get in!!!!

That should make them come out more too
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Penalty Wobblers...... 1 - 1. ********
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Friggin Beevers!
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What was Beevers doing ???
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We stopped playing after taking the lead. Think they could have had another penalty too, but no replay to confirm.

Never thought this would be easy tonight, but boy, do we make it hard for ourselves!?
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Re: Posh v Northampton

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It's definitely hairdryer time. Just concentrate, pass it around and goals will come. No more long punts from Kent. Get Brown off, too may square/backward passes.
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