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« Reply #60 on: Tuesday, May 1, 2018, 17:15:28 »

I do!

You try and get to some games once in a while....including midweek, instead of your usual 'more excuses than OJ Simpson' attitude.
No excuses,  as far as this season goes, already said,  don't give a fuck, but will still be there Saturday.
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« Reply #61 on: Wednesday, May 2, 2018, 14:08:02 »

I'm a 10/12 game a season out of towner.  If I am there on Saturday it will be to pay genuine respect to Accrington Stanley FC and their fans. 
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« Reply #62 on: Wednesday, May 2, 2018, 14:52:47 »

I'm a 10/12 game a season out of towner.  If I am there on Saturday it will be to pay genuine respect to Accrington Stanley FC and their fans. 
Talking of Accrington fans, they could well be one of the poorest supported (by average attendance) home and away of any team ever to have won the championship of this division.

Thats quite an achievement to do it on such a low budget.

Last week they had their record attendance at the Wham stadium of 4,753 with 1,800 of those being Lincoln fans.
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« Reply #63 on: Wednesday, May 2, 2018, 15:28:37 »

Talking of Accrington fans, they could well be one of the poorest supported (by average attendance) home and away of any team ever to have won the championship of this division.

Thats quite an achievement to do it on such a low budget.

Last week they had their record attendance at the Wham stadium of 4,753 with 1,800 of those being Lincoln fans.

It would probably only take one sponsorship from Arla, a clever remake of a classic Milk advert*, and Ian Rush for several to fall in love with Accrington Stanley once again. Thinking about it, McDonald's could take advantage of this to promote their ermm healthy range!


*I know there is a Sport Relief version but that doesn't mention Accy
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