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 61 
 on: Saturday, August 13, 2022, 17:18:24 
Started by JoeMezz - Last post by RobertT
this year we should be competing for the top 7, anything else is a failure. End of.

Agreed.

That is ignoring recruitment and staff, just based on the history of this club.  Whether current ownership like it or not, that is what the fan base as a whole will expect.

 62 
 on: Saturday, August 13, 2022, 17:17:40 
Started by JoeMezz - Last post by Jimmy QuitMoaning
311

I missed that, cheers

 63 
 on: Saturday, August 13, 2022, 17:16:51 
Started by JoeMezz - Last post by The Artist Formerly Known as Audrey
Today's attendance was 5,602 I don't know how many were from Wiltshire.
311

 64 
 on: Saturday, August 13, 2022, 17:07:12 
Started by JoeMezz - Last post by Batch
this year we should be competing for the top 7, anything else is a failure. End of.

 65 
 on: Saturday, August 13, 2022, 17:06:49 
Started by JoeMezz - Last post by Jimmy QuitMoaning
If we don't have much money to spend how an earth would we have competed in league one.

 66 
 on: Saturday, August 13, 2022, 17:06:21 
Started by JoeMezz - Last post by Pericardinho
So last year a large section of supporters were running with the idea that we just needed to survive, clear the debts, get out of the embargo and push on next season.

Now next season is here, and a poster is telling us we're now having the season we were supposed to have last year.

So which one is it? and at which point will you now be satisfied that we should be competing in the top 7?

Genuinely I am curious now. Is it when the debt is 0? Is it once we've purchased the ground? is it once we've sold a few players for profit?

At what point are we allowed to demand being competitive?

 67 
 on: Saturday, August 13, 2022, 17:05:02 
Started by JoeMezz - Last post by Nemo
Seemed to be the overwhelming consensus from what I read on various platforms.

The TEF pre-season average prediction was 9th

http://thetownend.com/index.php?topic=59342.msg1693385#msg1693385

Not that people would be happy with 9th I'm sure, but I think a lot of people were a bit wary of this season.

 68 
 on: Saturday, August 13, 2022, 17:04:21 
Started by JoeMezz - Last post by JBZ
Seemed to be the overwhelming consensus from what I read on various platforms.

Ok - but I don't think that was the case here.

 69 
 on: Saturday, August 13, 2022, 17:03:19 
Started by JoeMezz - Last post by DiV
Then neither can he.

What we can do is judge them on today and if anyone thinks Carlisle are a decent side based on that performance then they clearly haven't a clue. They were as bad going forward as we were at the back and that is saying something because we were a shambles at the back.

People keep saying the ran through us…so did they run through us or were they bad going forward? Which is it?

Their finishing was poor, yes…but you could argue that with a decent striker they’d be set & a good competitive team

 70 
 on: Saturday, August 13, 2022, 17:01:32 
Started by JoeMezz - Last post by Jimmy QuitMoaning
Today's attendance was 5,602 I don't know how many were from Wiltshire.

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