Runcorn win 5-1

Runcorn win 5-1

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April 17th, 2012, 9:37 pm #1

Runcorn now 1 point behind Ramsbottom, with a better goal difference.
Both clubs have 2 games left to play.
Will Ramsbottom bottle it?
Will Runcorn fail to win those remaining games?
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ste b
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April 17th, 2012, 9:55 pm #2

in answer to your questions one town will not fail to win any of their remaining two games.ramsbottom bottling it ? maybe ashton just might knick a draw of them or winsford might take something of them.its gonna go to final game of the season this one.
ps ashtons so called reserves did not repeat did not lie down and let us tickle them tonight.as all of us know who know steve wilkes and steve cunny they would never ever lie down and let a team walk all over them not their style.credit and fair play to ashton they played their football and carried on playing it to the final whistle even though they got beat.they a work in progress under steve wilkes and steve cunny.they dont look half bad.
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April 17th, 2012, 10:24 pm #3

Knew they wouldn't lie down it was a ridiculous statement, town are a goal scoring machine under the system they play, all the banter/bitching, whatever you call it on here aside, you can't fault towns form, specially the last 3rd of the season where it was only our win against them when they've lost, that's some run all wins apart from last week, plus 62 goals against our plus 10 I think, that's the difference
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April 17th, 2012, 11:03 pm #4

Runcorn now 1 point behind Ramsbottom, with a better goal difference.
Both clubs have 2 games left to play.
Will Ramsbottom bottle it?
Will Runcorn fail to win those remaining games?
Hope they do it - but odds are stacked massively against RT - think they have the tougher of the two games by far. Rammy v Winsford and Town v Blackpool at home are comparable. But Rammy away v Ashton (Sat) against Town away at Barny (midweek) is no comparison I think.

Like I say, hope Im wrong - but suspect you'd get long odds on Town toppling Ramms.

Hopefully there is a chance with the second team going up with the Vics/Woodley situation still
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Onslo
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April 18th, 2012, 6:04 am #5

Runcorn now 1 point behind Ramsbottom, with a better goal difference.
Both clubs have 2 games left to play.
Will Ramsbottom bottle it?
Will Runcorn fail to win those remaining games?
I find it hilarious how you all keep going on about Mongs form. To be fair it's a great run you're on but you keep winning all these games (1 defeat since January)? Yet youre still second which says one thing, Rammys form is better than yours! How can you think Roll over Athletic will get something against them but you have hammered them? I love the optimism of a couple of you but the realists on here only have to compare the two fixtures of both teams, I know which two games I think are easier and it ain't yours!
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ste b
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April 18th, 2012, 7:11 am #6

but dont you think crazier things have happened this season for instance who would have said afc liverpool would have beaten ramsbottom but they did who would have said norton got there in the league cup and beat them but they did.sure i agree our run is tougher than theirs but barnoldswick on current form have gone completely and town will win their last home match of the season against blackpool.that wont be a walkover either as there is a rivalry with them and us but stranger things have happened.ashton played well last night.i have to believe they can do something for us this weekend.if they cant this weekend then i have to believe winsford can get something from ramsbottom on the last weekend of the season. as for form been on that twelve match unbeaten run was superb and we actually went top 3 times whilst on that run and had better goal difference than ramsbottom by +6 at one stage so that tells you that we were infact better than them at stages.whilst on that run we went to their place and did them 1-2.that i think is infact their last defeat apart from norton in the cup.so i wont give it up.i think its amazing that im here talking about a tittle for town in their first season at this level.why is it linnets are so fixiated on town ? you having your best ever season in terms of results and points and league placings in north west counties yet you all going on about denying town the tittle by beating us on easter monday.doesnt that take away credit from your side as a whole and what paul macnally has achieved this season ?
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April 18th, 2012, 9:49 am #7

Runcorn now 1 point behind Ramsbottom, with a better goal difference.
Both clubs have 2 games left to play.
Will Ramsbottom bottle it?
Will Runcorn fail to win those remaining games?
Onslo that is a ridiculous bitter comment, i would love Linnets to go up but for us to continually knock towns style of play is a joke.

They have a far less budget, far less income, far less help, and have achieved a league position we would give our right arm for.

Fair play to Burton and I must say I was massively dissapointed with Fallons comments after we beat them. The team have delivered above beyond anyones expectations, christ Rammy draw one of their last two and town win then its town for the title.

Never before has the prem gone down to the wire, **** pitch, developing facilities, weston Village, call it what you will but one thing has to be said they have had a truly magnificent season and I would be happy to applaud them as champions or runners up. For the benefit of linnets it would be great to keep the derby but are we that jealous? No we have a had a tremedndous season under Macca, he has steadied the ship and stopped that revolving door of players and give us a platform to challenge next year.......

Great seasons for both shame too many clowns dont realise that.
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FALLON
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April 18th, 2012, 10:27 am #8

Runcorn now 1 point behind Ramsbottom, with a better goal difference.
Both clubs have 2 games left to play.
Will Ramsbottom bottle it?
Will Runcorn fail to win those remaining games?
I must say I was massively dissapointed with Fallons comments after we beat them

Care to elaborate on these comments. As far as I am aware I didn't make any comments except to say Linnets deserved it, showed more heart, more determination and overall wanted it more?!?
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Barry
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April 18th, 2012, 10:32 am #9

Onslo that is a ridiculous bitter comment, i would love Linnets to go up but for us to continually knock towns style of play is a joke.

They have a far less budget, far less income, far less help, and have achieved a league position we would give our right arm for.

Fair play to Burton and I must say I was massively dissapointed with Fallons comments after we beat them. The team have delivered above beyond anyones expectations, christ Rammy draw one of their last two and town win then its town for the title.

Never before has the prem gone down to the wire, **** pitch, developing facilities, weston Village, call it what you will but one thing has to be said they have had a truly magnificent season and I would be happy to applaud them as champions or runners up. For the benefit of linnets it would be great to keep the derby but are we that jealous? No we have a had a tremedndous season under Macca, he has steadied the ship and stopped that revolving door of players and give us a platform to challenge next year.......

Great seasons for both shame too many clowns dont realise that.
Absolutely. Not withstanding what I say in match reports which is after all 'creative writing' for a particular audience and frequently "tounge in cheek", it would be great to see Runcorn Derbies a division up.
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April 18th, 2012, 10:41 am #10

Runcorn now 1 point behind Ramsbottom, with a better goal difference.
Both clubs have 2 games left to play.
Will Ramsbottom bottle it?
Will Runcorn fail to win those remaining games?
"showed more heart, more determination and overall wanted it more. To say I am disappointed in our lads performance is an understatement"

I just think when you have a group of lads acheieve what they have, they know themselves when things have not gone to plan, i dont think it needs the clubs senior figure head in the town to highlight it. Teams will drop points and I would have preffered to see a bit of backing whilst admitting Linnets were the better side on the day.
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