Play-off Final v Boreham Wood

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Quiet on the coach on the way back. Everyone emotionally drained I think. All heroes but to me McNulty and Monthe were brilliant. Onwards and upwards. Already planning the away days next season.
 

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We’ve got quite a few Joe. Bury, Oldham, Port Vale & Crewe to name a few and don’t forget Macc !
 
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last night i had a dream that we had a man sent off after 48 seconds . used all 3 subs in 40 mins then went and bloody won and sent the white army barmy amazing . oh macc we are comming to get you
I had the same dream. It started as a nightmare but it can't be true as it seemed to last a lot longer than ninety minutes.
 
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We’ve got quite a few Joe. Bury, Oldham, Port Vale & Crewe to name a few and don’t forget Macc !
Morecambe as well.

One of the big advantages of promotion is far fewer really long journeys to obscure places down south.

I hope Exeter go up through the play-offs, leaving us with games against Coventry, Notts County and Lincoln, all decent midlands clubs in addition to the ones in the north you mention.
 

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As the end of the article details, the Independent article was taken from a book called 'On the brink' I have a copy and it is excellent. Covers all the clubs in the North West both the League clubs and also the more senior non-league sides. How they cope basically in a difficult environment.
 
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not had the smile of my face all day . and i had a hug off cookie monster tonight and got a pic with the mighty noors the place went mad when micky walked in love the lot of em an have to say fuck steeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeevvvvvvvveeeeee is bloody massive
 
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not had the smile of my face all day . and i had a hug off cookie monster tonight and got a pic with the mighty noors the place went mad when micky walked in love the lot of em an have to say fuck steeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeevvvvvvvveeeeee is bloody massive
Delighted for you, AM. Must have made up for not being there. None of us got quite so close to them at Wembley!
 
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the tent was rocking and yes did help a little with not being at wembley . mango was cool and the party is still going on we left only half hour ago
 
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I sat next to a couple who were in their mid seventies who couldn't stand up everytime there was a 'dramatic' event. It was great to see the smiles on their faces at the end even though they couldn't really observe things with the crowd in front standing...

Onward and upward, although maybe mkdons isn't a ground I enjoy visiting.
 
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i even said sorry to mm for calling for his head . when we where playing poo. fair play to the man and his team brilliant
 

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I felt like an all conquering hero walking into the office this morning. There has been some success in these parts this season with the Clarets reaching Europe and the other Rovers being promoted, but everybody, no matter their footballing persuasion, is delighted that we are back where we belong.
I bet I'm not the only one who has had a great morning - still high as a kite and so proud of everybody who is part of this wonderful thing that is "Tranmere Rovers"!
 

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I spoke to Palios some months ago who confided in me about his cancer. I kept schtum as it wasn't for me to announce it to the world. It was a private conversation. A very good man who battled through that (and still is) and kept the Club at the front of his mind. A man who is Tranmere through and through who we should stick by when the going gets tough.
 

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Yeah it’s been pretty much downhill for people in their 20s. Luckily I was watching Rovers when the likes of Mogsy, Muir, Nevin and Aldo were working their magic.
 
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Yeah it’s been pretty much downhill for people in their 20s. Luckily I was watching Rovers when the likes of Mogsy, Muir, Nevin and Aldo were working their magic.
It is incredible we have still got so many young supporters to be honest. Prior to Palios the last decade was pretty dire and it is not as if there are not any local alternatives.
 
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yes loads of children now going through the doors at rovers even at schools with there shirts on . still think we need to target the schools more as loads of em get the red an blue shirts and never go to a live game should give more free tickets to em to get them hooked .
 
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i would love to drive this on and get some of the players to the schools the one my little girl goes to has loads of tranmere fans going they are the future thats how i got in to rovers going to watch england under 21s v scotland in 89 england won 5-0 3 days later went to see tranmere for the first time and muir scored a 3 against preston in fa cup for two years never seen them beaten went to wembley for the daf cup against bristol the rest is history . i love my rovers till i die
 
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