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Hull, Blackpool and Posh expectancy - 4-6pts

Hull, Blackpool and Posh expectancy - 4-6pts

The votes have been cast, counted and verified so we now know that the expectancy of points return from games against Hull, Blackpool and Peterborough is/was 4-6pts...

These were the thoughts ahead of our game with Hull at the weekend, following defeat in that game a win and a draw from the upcoming Fratton games must 'surely' be the minimum aim, right?

Plenty has been said about pressure being on Steve Cotterill - and to be honest I would say that if we do not get at least 3pts, ideally 4 from these games (with 6pts really being the aim as we are at home) he could find himself in trouble.

With 4-6pts expected of course we are still on for this!

A point against Hull and Blackpool apiece, then a win over Peterborough would have given us 5pts from those games, this Hull defeat makes the next couple of games all the more important for everyone connected with PFC for me though...

What the poll asked - Hull, Blackpool, Peterborough. How many points from these vital September games?

How you voted - 4-6 46%
7-9 31%
0 11%
3 9%
2 2%
1 1%

PLEASE NOTE: As mentioned these results were in before the Hull game at the weekend!

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Writer:pompeyrug
Date:Wednesday September 21 2011
Time: 1:17PM

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Even after our defeat against Hull, I still think 4-6 points is a realistic target from 2 home games, we need some wins under our belts.
PompeyFrippy
22/09/2011 03:51:00
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Even after our defeat against Hull, I still think 4-6 points is a realistic target from 2 home games, we need some wins under our belts.
PompeyFrippy
22/09/2011 03:51:00
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I voted for 4-6 but if we put in the same sort of dynamic performance we applied against Hull... I predict ZERO. Surely we can manage two draws??? and get 2 points eh!!! If we don't the big "R" zone is waiting with open arms. Come on Pompey get your fingers out, two home games with the squad we have "should" be 6 points. I'm down on my knees praying :-)
cornypomp
22/09/2011 12:00:00
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I voted for 4-6 but if we put in the same sort of dynamic performance we applied against Hull... I predict ZERO. Surely we can manage two draws??? and get 2 points eh!!! If we don't the big "R" zone is waiting with open arms. Come on Pompey get your fingers out, two home games with the squad we have "should" be 6 points. I'm down on my knees praying :-)
cornypomp
22/09/2011 12:00:00
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4-6.............................................pleeeeaaase!
NZ_Portsmuff
23/09/2011 22:22:00
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4-6.............................................pleeeeaaase!
NZ_Portsmuff
23/09/2011 22:22:00
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