Stickied League One Away Support Thread 19/20

You're 3 points behind Rotherham with a game in hand over those above you (bar Coventry but they're gone anyway) whilst still in the play off spots. Whilst I understand the reaction to a defeat, a bit melodramatic at the end there.
The reason being is we are cat away from home and also not very good at home even thou we are unbeaten at home. Our football is shit and I'm pissed off .
On a plus note we've sold over 50k for the cup final. At least we'll have a good day out.
 

Marked Ox

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The reason being is we are cat away from home and also not very good at home even thou we are unbeaten at home. Our football is shit and I'm pissed off .
On a plus note we've sold over 50k for the cup final. At least we'll have a good day out.
In the last 10 games, you have 21 points which is 1 more than we have.
 

Kim Jong Un

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Will Fleetwood top 100, when they visit us on Saturday?
I am convinced tinpot sides like Fleetwood "pad out" their away numbers by encouraging staff and players to give freebies to their mates in the away ends. Case in point, only 13 Accrington fans paid to watch them at Oxford on a Tuesday night a few weeks ago, the rest were freebies. If we only saw the paying numbers, they'd be embarrassingly low.
 

Camborne Gills

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I am convinced tinpot sides like Fleetwood "pad out" their away numbers by encouraging staff and players to give freebies to their mates in the away ends. Case in point, only 13 Accrington fans paid to watch them at Oxford on a Tuesday night a few weeks ago, the rest were freebies. If we only saw the paying numbers, they'd be embarrassingly even lower.

Slight amendment.

i realise that Pompey away on a Tuesday is difficult, but for a team in promotion/play off contention, it's awful support.
 

GodsGift

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I am convinced tinpot sides like Fleetwood "pad out" their away numbers by encouraging staff and players to give freebies to their mates in the away ends. Case in point, only 13 Accrington fans paid to watch them at Oxford on a Tuesday night a few weeks ago, the rest were freebies. If we only saw the paying numbers, they'd be embarrassingly low.
True to an extent, it's tickets for the players' friends and families.
 

Camborne Gills

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I wonder how many of the 200,000 who have been to the Cheltenham Festival so far, will test positive? Then we will really know how bad things are.
 

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