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A bit more wishful thinking than I'd hoped

A bit more wishful thinking than I'd hoped
Who would we like promoted from the South Coast this year?

The result of the poll Bournemouth 65%, Brighton 25%, None 6%, Scumhampton 4%.

I think now it is quite probable that we will play Brighton next season. Whilst they still have Huddersfield and Scumhampton to play at home this season with the points they already have and the results over the other remaining games I think will do it.

Whilst in the vote Bournemouth received excellent support it will be very tough although they do not have to play Brighton, Huddersfield or Scum they do still have to face Brentford and Leyton Orient who are both breathing down their necks. Come on Mr Bradbury give it one last push for your supporters from PFC.

Scumhampton, no dialogue from me here other than 'just lose please'.

So I suppose I end up with giving my desired outcome Champions Brighton.
Runners up Huddersfield.
Playoffs MK DONS Peterborough Scumhampton Bournemouth, with a Final of Bournemouth against Peterborough, with Bournemouth winning promotion.

Somehow however I feel I might not get my desired outcome or at least a bookie would offer me good odds if I bet on it.........

Has anyone got any other ideas?

Written by MickTait.

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  • Writer:MickTait
    Date:Tuesday April 12 2011
    Time: 12:07PM

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    poison the scummers? give them an meal of uncooked Salmon :-)
    Midge
    12/04/2011 12:14:00
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    Sadly the scum have enough in the tank to finish second but whilst I have breathe, I am desperate they stay put in that division. Whatever I or we think of them, they have the stadia, the training facilities & probable the dosh to do very well next season if they come up.
    storagematt
    12/04/2011 14:49:00
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    yep scum are up, and in 2nd i reckon - sadly i fear bournemouth will miss out on even the play-offs...
    pompeyrug
    12/04/2011 16:30:00
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    That is my fear it seems to be going a bit downhill for Lee
    MickTait
    12/04/2011 16:44:00
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