Two wins to enjoy in one weekend

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  1. Consett Mag

    Consett Mag Well-Known Member

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    I enjoyed our professional performance yesterday, and I hope we have got through without any major player damage.
    But the performance of Sheffield Wednesday was a bonus today.

    Well done The Owls!
     
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    big result that.
    I expect Huddersfield to drop away soon to be honest.
     
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    Judge Death Well-Known Member

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    Interesting to see that, barring B'ham and Sheff Wed, we've already played the remainder of the current top ten
     
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    Good result for Stoke yesterday as well.

    'Can you hear the Mackems sing?' <whistle>
     
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  5. Consett Mag

    Consett Mag Well-Known Member

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    Yeah I've had a soft spot for Stoke (this weekend) so it was nice to see them win.
     
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    That's an excellent point. We've played nearly all the top half teams.
    It would be wrong to suggest that we'll just hammer the poorer teams, but if we keep our discipline we should keep picking up the points.
     
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    Thought this would be about us winning and the mackems losing, guess we're gonna see those 2 outcomes a lot this season.

    Huddersfield have been a bit of a surprise package, it's good that they've been pace setters cos it keeps us focused, look organised and have a decent manager. I'd say they've very likely for at least top 6, but probably haven't got enough squad depth to sustain an automatic promotion push, Brighton and Birmingham are likely to come in strongly from now on.
     
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