Exeter City v Cambridge Utd Prediction Thread

Terryhall

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You go me on the alarm clock
Are the 2 home wins in a calander year and the 1 league goal scored at home so far this season. And also the tisdale protest a distant memory?
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Not forgotten but then I'm also not ignoring them completely. The context is that being unbeaten in the last 3 league/cup games is a step in the right direction and hopefully we can now start building some consistency. As I posted on the "three wins" thread, to recover from a run of 10 awful games, you at least need a run of 10 excellent games.
 

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I predict the following ales will be available in the real ale bar

  • Hanlons Brewery's Yellowhammer.
  • Long Man Brewery's Copper Hop.
  • Bath Ales Ltd Barnsey


For cider, it's Cheddar Valley and Big Apple from Thatchers Cider
 

Red Bill

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I predict the following ales will be available in the real ale bar

  • Hanlons Brewery's Yellowhammer.
  • Long Man Brewery's Copper Hop.
  • Bath Ales Ltd Barnsey


For cider, it's Cheddar Valley and Big Apple from Thatchers Cider
Cheddar Valley........look out and take it easy near the bottom of the barrel!!!!!!!!(drunk)
 

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Two great cities that deserve more than to be languishing at the bottom of the football league. Have never understood why the capitals of some of our great shire counties have fared so badly in footballing terms. Sorry, I digress.... a resounding City win 4-0 with a Reid hat trick and a Cambridge own goal.

Attendance 3832 with 164 from Cambridge.
 

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surely because football is predominantly a working class game and is therefore mostly found in areas with large urban working class populations and not shire towns
 
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