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HH12

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Bowman scores for Shrewsbury and collects a red card
 

grecIAN Harris

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Bowman scores for Shrewsbury and collects a red card
He didn't score according to the BEEB.
 

HH12

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He didn't score according to the BEEB.
My bad I misread it - just the red :)
 

Grecian in Guzz

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Wheeler got Wycombe's first against The Gas this afternoon.
Twas Wheelos 50th - let's hope he scores his 51st 40 mileish W of Exeter on Thursday ! UTC
 

Bridgy 81

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Twas Wheelos 50th - let's hope he scores his 51st 40 mileish W of Exeter on Thursday ! UTC
His 51st, 52nd and 53rd would be even better!
 

andrew p long

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Wheeler got Wycombe's first against The Gas this afternoon.
A great first 20 minutes or so for goals from the over 30s (former players) yesterday.

Norwood for Barnsley, Wheeler for Wycombe and Ellis for Torquay.
 

Egg

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Jack Stacey starting at right-back for Bournemouth against Chelsea.

*FREE TO VIEW ON PRIME VIDEO FOR ANYONE WITH AN AMAZON PRIME SUBSCRIPTION*
 

citytillidie72

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Tom nichols signs for gillingham.
 

Bridgy 81

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Tom nichols signs for gillingham.
That could turn out to be a good move for him.
I appreciate Gillingham are currently bottom of League 2 and have been on the slide for a while.
But their longtime owner has just sold up to an American business man and presumably he intends to spend some money to ensure they pull away from the relegation zone.
Crawley aren’t far above them in the league and I think Gillingham have the greater potential to progress if they get sufficient backing.
They’ve got a decent stadium, apart from that weird away stand that’s made out of scaffolding, and a large catchment area of supporters.
Plus, Gillingham is only about an hour from Crawley so he won’t even need to move house.
 

citytillidie72

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That could turn out to be a good move for him.
I appreciate Gillingham are currently bottom of League 2 and have been on the slide for a while.
But their longtime owner has just sold up to an American business man and presumably he intends to spend some money to ensure they pull away from the relegation zone.
Crawley aren’t far above them in the league and I think Gillingham have the greater potential to progress if they get sufficient backing.
They’ve got a decent stadium, apart from that weird away stand that’s made out of scaffolding, and a large catchment area of supporters.
Plus, Gillingham is only about an hour from Crawley so he won’t even need to move house.
The way things are going at crawley I don't blame him for moving on. The club is a basket case at the moment and they could end up back in non league or worse before too long.
 
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