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col46upwood

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I believe we are top of the league :eek: (y)
 

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I see (clap)Exwick Villa are top of the Devon and Exeter league, good on 'em!
 

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I would rather the gulls were the top of the national league with a view to getting back into league 2,but fair play to Gary Johnson,he seems t9 have sorted it out so far,so let’s hope they keep it up !
 

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Well done to ALL the teams who are top of their respective leagues (y). Now will ALL these teams still be at the top when the season ends,I doubt it very much. But for a brief moment we can ALL crow or squawk WE ARE TOP of the LEAGUE!
 

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I believe we are top of the league :eek: (y)
Does Gary Johnson fancy a job share? :$

(Not a fan of TQ when they were above us and doing well but miss them now and hope they come back to the League. More SW clubs the better)
 

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Well yesterday's round of fixtures for all Devon (and wannabe Devon) "professional teams" played in matches where three away goals were scored in each of their games! :D :D :D

Has this ever happened before???
 
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A short away trip tomorrow, all the way to Plainmoor to play Truro ! Hope they keep the winning run going.
 

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They beat Truro for the second time in a week, looking good for them and Jamie Reid is "banging them in". Maybe we should take him back?
 

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Credit where it's due (he said, in a grumpy manner)

4-0 today against Slough ..... and ANOTHER 2k plus crowd - even after four successive (and successful!) "home" games at this cash strapped time of the year. Getting bigger crowds at the moment than they used to get back in the "real" world.

So, all credit to SuperGaryJohnson eh? Our own late (un)lamented GrecianJ would be so proud.
 

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Credit where it's due (he said, in a grumpy manner)

4-0 today against Slough ..... and ANOTHER 2k plus crowd - even after four successive (and successful!) "home" games at this cash strapped time of the year. Getting bigger crowds at the moment than they used to get back in the "real" world.

So, all credit to SuperGaryJohnson eh? Our own late (un)lamented GrecianJ would be so proud.
Isn't it incredible what the power of a good manager can do? 3+ months ago it was all doom and gloom and the end of TUFC as we know it. Now they're flying up the table with bumper crowds. It's incredible.

Yet at Cheltenham at the start of the season it all went wrong. So strange.
 

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Love to see Torquay back in the league me, had some great days down at Plainmore, be nice to go down there (and win) again.
 
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