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Pondfield Dagger
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Halifax Away

Post by Pondfield Dagger » Sat Feb 03, 2018 9:36 am

whats our chances today?

cant believe halifax are 2/1 to win, 8/13 double chance (win or draw).

given we have won one game in about 10, and now our money troubles, very surprised of the above odds.

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Re: Halifax Away

Post by Mark » Sat Feb 03, 2018 9:47 am

Sorry to say I've backed against us and won a few times this season. The odds the bookies give on non league can sometimes be a bit wrong.

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Re: Halifax Away

Post by Richie » Sat Feb 03, 2018 10:30 am

They're as bad as us though, and have no manager currently.

Not one to be betting on either way

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Re: Halifax Away

Post by Sagres » Sat Feb 03, 2018 2:07 pm

Match postponed - Waterlogged Pitch

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Re: Halifax Away

Post by Kevin » Sat Feb 03, 2018 2:19 pm

Booger - that'll be a 'nice' midweek trip for the team to look forward to. :uhoh:

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Re: Halifax Away

Post by IanC » Sat Feb 03, 2018 3:03 pm

Waterlogged pitch eh,mmmmmmmmm
Me thinks things are worse than we thought or am I overthinking it.

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Re: Halifax Away

Post by Dagdale » Sat Feb 03, 2018 9:30 pm

Just got back and Leeds city centre on a rainy shit day was rather nice over a dear pint, wondering whether to hang around longer with two Welsh teams in proximity after 5, but honestly real shame as a good 15-20 daggers in Halifax town and a fair few near the ground off the coach and making the most of it I might add. We tried to come up with quick alternatives but as we were told at around Two, Tamblin's Billericay was out as we hear an hours job to get there and not particularly sure any of us would have gone anyway, think a few in a car did try Guiseley. Sometime over the years we've all gone down this road, right pain in the butt when it strikes. But why when the opposition have more than a couple of hours travelling WTF was it so late again which seems to happened so much at North Western outposts? Orient only a week or so back at the place we were today. I did hear 'linesman' areas was where the problem was (heavy puddles), and looking later on twitter it looked fairly okay pitch, but shouldn't the home club compensate the 'away fans travel arrangements' on the rescheduled midweek fixture if they wished to return? or in future issueing a voucher for at least a free return entry, there just never seems to be a solution raised to help fans who do enjoy travelling away.

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Re: Halifax Away

Post by Daggernewbie » Sat Feb 03, 2018 10:19 pm

The supporters coach had a vote where to go and watch a game.The games mentioned were put in the hat but ruled out due to the coach drivers hours in the end we ended up at Ossett Town AFC and if Halifax deemed their pitch unplayable you should have seen their pitch . Hopefully will post a picture if I receive it.

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