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Football League 2019/20 - 21-22nd September, 2019


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all kick-offs 15.00 unless stated

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Saturday 21st September, 2019
Birmingham vs Preston
Brentford vs Stoke
Bristol City vs Swansea
Cardiff vs Middlesbrough
Leeds vs Derby, 12.30
Luton vs Hull
Millwall vs QPR
Nottm Forest vs Barnsley
Reading vs Blackburn
Sheff Weds vs Fulham
Wigan vs Charlton

Sunday 15th September, 2019
West Brom vs Huddersfield, 12.00
 

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Saturday 21st September, 2019
Accrington Stanley vs Blackpool
AFC Wimbledon vs Bristol Rovers
Bolton vs Sunderland
Doncaster vs Peterborough
Fleetwood vs Rochdale
Gillingham vs Ipswich
Lincoln vs Oxford
MK Dons vs Southend
Rotherham vs Shrewsbury
Tranmere vs Burton
Wycombe vs Portsmouth
 

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Saturday 21st September, 2019
Bradford vs Carlisle
Cambridge vs Swindon
Colchester vs Leyton Orient
Crewe vs Salford
Forest Green vs Stevenage
Grimsby vs Macclesfield
Newport vs Exeter
Northampton vs Crawley
Oldham vs Morecambe
Plymouth vs Cheltenham
Port Vale vs Mansfield
Walsall vs Scunthorpe

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9 hours ago, Pig on the Wing said:

First game I've genuinely looked forward to in about three years. Such a feelgood factor at the club at the moment.

Guaranteed 0-3 loss (at least). Who cares? The Great Escape is still mathematically possible!

You're going to shock a team eventually!

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Seems to be an issue with home games for us for a little while now. No issues away, as thats where we've been picking up the points.

Maybe its the pressure/expectancy, who knows, but we seem to struggle to put teams away at home and it costs us.

Just one late win home to Brentford in recent times. And I'm going back to the tail end of last season too, we'e had a bit of an Elland Road hoodoo.

So putting that right against Derby, a team who were beaten on three occasions by us last year but able to laud up the one win that really mattered, would be sweet.

 

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Football can be an absolute joke at times.

It's now a common occurance for Leeds to dominate games, waste chances and get mugged. Happened three times out of four at home now.

Derby were rubbish, absolute rubbish, under Cocu. Very fortunate to scrape a point today. No chance they go up as it stands, I'm telling you.

And unless we start finishing sides off, we will suffer the same fate as last year.

Just so frustrating because (and I rarely blow our own trumpet) we clearly look the most talented, easy to watch side in the division.

Typical Leeds.

 

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Only 16 goals across 10 Championship games today. Not that exciting just looking at the results.

What the fuck happened to Lincoln?! Does it go to show just how well Cowley was doing there?!

1 hour ago, Lucas said:

Football can be an absolute joke at times.

It's now a common occurance for Leeds to dominate games, waste chances and get mugged. Happened three times out of four at home now.

Derby were rubbish, absolute rubbish, under Cocu. Very fortunate to scrape a point today. No chance they go up as it stands, I'm telling you.

And unless we start finishing sides off, we will suffer the same fate as last year.

Just so frustrating because (and I rarely blow our own trumpet) we clearly look the most talented, easy to watch side in the division.

Typical Leeds.

 

Thought you'd stroll to a win to be honest. Shame really as I'd love to see you back in the Premier League and even though it was a point gained, it could have been 3 by sounds of it. And even more annoying I guess especially as Swansea failed to win. 

3 points separating the top 7. And then only 5 separating top to 13th. It gets said every year but the Championship is just ridiculously tight all the time. 

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1 hour ago, Stan said:

Thought you'd stroll to a win to be honest. Shame really as I'd love to see you back in the Premier League and even though it was a point gained, it could have been 3 by sounds of it. And even more annoying I guess especially as Swansea failed to win. 

3 points separating the top 7. And then only 5 separating top to 13th. It gets said every year but the Championship is just ridiculously tight all the time. 

From what I've seen so far, I think this season is literally there for whomever wants it.

Still think that by the time it ends, Fulham will be that team but whilst it's taking time for them to find their feet, we have to take advantage.

It's all the more frustrating not to be capitalising when we currently look the team to beat. We should really be 4 or 5pts clear.

The fact we are angry and still top emphasises that.

 

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On 19/09/2019 at 01:35, Pig on the Wing said:

First game I've genuinely looked forward to in about three years. Such a feelgood factor at the club at the moment.

Guaranteed 0-3 loss (at least). Who cares? The Great Escape is still mathematically possible!

It's not often I enjoy being wrong, but wow. We were really positive again, and probably deserved to win the game. Last minute handballs don't help us, but there's so much to be happy about. 2 home points this week, when we all expected none.

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