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11 minutes ago, Tonge moor green jacket said:

Sarc may well be back.

On paper, Morecambe's last two are easier than ours.

I have a feeling we may have to beat them, unless Cheltenham have a wobble.

I've got a similar feeling, if we win, we go up automatic, if we draw or lose, then the play-offs I suspect

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Walsall away is no more easy than ours at Crawley - both mid table teams who'll have nothing to play for.

Granted, their other game is Bradford at home whereas ours is Exeter. I expected Exeter to come again this season but it doesn't look like it's happening for them. They have Newport & Grimsby both at home before we play them so they'll either have chuff all to play for or be in thick of it.

I still think we can afford a draw at Morecambe but i expect to win

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7 minutes ago, Ani said:

Let's be honest the typical Bolton way is beat Morecambe, lose next game, win last game. 

Securing promotion in the 96th minute after Morecambes game has already ended

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11 minutes ago, Traf said:

Securing promotion in the 96th minute after Morecambes game has already ended

Actually the new Bolton is go one up, miss 27 chances then defend for last 25 minutes potentially with 10 men and pretty certain with a non goal keeper in nets after Gilks injures himself knee sliding after saving a penalty. He spends the rest of the game behind the goal shouting. The Scottish commentator misses the penalty award as he is reading out a message from Bob Glendening and Ifollow are showing a replay of an earlier close up of a throw in. 

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55 minutes ago, Ani said:

Actually the new Bolton is go one up, miss 27 chances then defend for last 25 minutes potentially with 10 men and pretty certain with a non goal keeper in nets after Gilks injures himself knee sliding after saving a penalty. He spends the rest of the game behind the goal shouting. The Scottish commentator misses the penalty award as he is reading out a message from Bob Glendening and Ifollow are showing a replay of an earlier close up of a throw in. 

A fair assessment of how things are.

I particularly like the iFollow guys telling us which massive Bolton fans have died this week.

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I never thought the highlight of my week would be paying a tenner to plug my desktop PC in to my living room telly and watch a stream that runs 30 seconds behind Flash Scores and betting websites with a commentator that is throwing out birthday shout outs with 10 minutes of the game remaining and play ongoing.

Get me back in the stadium ASAP but I'll kind of miss it in a way.

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49 minutes ago, Casino said:

it is total dogwank but id miss it if it went

hope they keep it going next season in some form

don't see why they woudl get rid, it came about before we weren't allowed in, and I reckon there'll still be plenty demand for it moving forward, particulary for aways

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46 minutes ago, Casino said:

it is total dogwank but id miss it if it went

hope they keep it going next season in some form

It would be good to have something next season just because of geography certain games even at home midweek when weather is shit are hard to get over for. (Seems harder when we are losing tbh) 

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48 minutes ago, Zico said:

don't see why they woudl get rid, it came about before we weren't allowed in, and I reckon there'll still be plenty demand for it moving forward, particulary for aways

That was just audio only for UK though, wasn’t it?

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4 hours ago, Biggish Dave said:

Walsall away is no more easy than ours at Crawley - both mid table teams who'll have nothing to play for.

Granted, their other game is Bradford at home whereas ours is Exeter. I expected Exeter to come again this season but it doesn't look like it's happening for them. They have Newport & Grimsby both at home before we play them so they'll either have chuff all to play for or be in thick of it.

I still think we can afford a draw at Morecambe but i expect to win

Think both us & morecambe will win the last 2 games 

it’s all about Saturday just avoid defeat 

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2 minutes ago, radcliffewhite1 said:

Think both us & morecambe will win the last 2 games 

it’s all about Saturday just avoid defeat 

Creepy turned over Cheltenham the other day, certainly no mugs.

Exeter did Cambridge too, comprehensively and at Cambridge.

2 difficult games; would much prefer a 4 point gap.

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12 minutes ago, Tonge moor green jacket said:

Creepy turned over Cheltenham the other day, certainly no mugs.

Exeter did Cambridge too, comprehensively and at Cambridge.

2 difficult games; would much prefer a 4 point gap.

Definitely and this is a close one to call

sometimes them mid table nothing to play for teams are what you don’t want, we’ll be reet 

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4 hours ago, Leyther_Matt said:

That was just audio only for UK though, wasn’t it?

Ah right, yeah, nothing a VPN won't sort though 

I did a questionnaire sent by them a few weeks ago about viewing habits and all that, so I reckon if enough people said they'd use it moving forward they'll do it

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6 hours ago, Casino said:

it is total dogwank but id miss it if it went

hope they keep it going next season in some form

Living away I have seen more BWFC this season than previous.

When the stadiums open perhaps the charge should be the equivalent of the cheapest turnstile? Otherwise too many will stay away and watch the match at home, as we know from this week football is in danger of just being another live streaming global betting service

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Just now, Dimron said:

Living away I have seen more BWFC this season than previous.

When the stadiums open perhaps the charge should be the equivalent of the cheapest turnstile? Otherwise too many will stay away and watch the match at home, as we know from this week football is in danger of just being another live streaming global betting service

U.K. based fans should be charged a premium to watch on Ifollow and it should be more than the turnstile price. 

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1 hour ago, Zico said:

Ah right, yeah, nothing a VPN won't sort though 

I did a questionnaire sent by them a few weeks ago about viewing habits and all that, so I reckon if enough people said they'd use it moving forward they'll do it

It wasn’t just audio Zico, you could get video as well but only for games not kicking off at 3pm on a Saturday, or on Sky, unless you were abroad when you could get every match. I don’t see any reason why next season should be any different to that. There are also a few clubs who aren’t subscribed to iFollow and you may not get them also.

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24 minutes ago, Mounts Kipper said:

I’ve no real opinion on that. 

Couldn't expect one lot to be restricted and not the other.

Can pay a tenner or so for a day's viewing and get three or four games with now TV.

Comparatively ifollow is quite costly at a tenner per game; making it even more expensive would wipe them out I reckon.

 

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