The Official Title Deciding Exeter City versus Port Vale Matchday Thread

Red Bill

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On my way to Temple Meads and how exciting! I would love us to lift the title, but win lose or draw, champions or runners up, what a fantastic achievement to be going in to the last game of the season as favourites to be croned champions. UTC!!!
 

David Treharne

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It's 15c on a bright sunny day in Exeter (Devon) and it's going to get warmer. There's a N breeze which is very gentle, and the barometer indicates that it'll shift round to NNE during the rest of the morning, which shouldn't make much difference at all. There's been a trace of rainfall during the last 24 hours (and I mean a trace!), but nothing significant during the rest of the week. Two items of warning - the UV count will be high by midday, possibly up to 6 so if you're in the sunshine (which the IP stand seldom is) you might like to think about sun screen, and secondly the grass pollen count is very high - not easily dealt with if you're watching football.
As to the match itself, it's going to be a spectacle, Im heartened by the fact that "The Guardian" [I buy it for the quick crossword] in their League Two summary get our situation hopelessy wrong, as they have FGR ahead by a point.
Update around 13:00
Oh, and don't forget that St James' Road will be closed from 13:00 to 18:00 today.
 

iscalad

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It's 15c on a bright sunny day in Exeter (Devon) and it's going to get warmer. There's a N breeze which is very gentle, and the barometer indicates that it'll shift round to NNE during the rest of the morning, which shouldn't make much difference at all. There's been a trace of rainfall during the last 24 hours (and I mean a trace!), but nothing significant during the rest of the week. Two items of warning - the UV count will be high by midday, possibly up to 6 so if you're in the sunshine (which the IP stand seldom is) you might like to think about sun screen, and secondly the grass pollen count is very high - not easily dealt with if you're watching football.
As to the match itself, it's going to be a spectacle, Im heartened by the fact that "The Guardian" [I buy it for the quick crossword] in their League Two summary get our situation hopelessy wrong, as they have FGR ahead by a point.
Update around 13:00
Oh, and don't forget that St James' Road will be closed from 13:00 to 18:00 today.
yep, nice and warm here in Polsloe.
St James Road closed?? Does this mean we have to enter via Stadium Way?
 
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