Does anyone think that the "Blues" paving incident will add any extra
spice to game on the weekend? 

I'm actually a bit more worried about Reading than Blues at the moment
and I reckon they will become our biggest rivals for top spot come the
end of the season.  Aside from the result on the weekend they seem to
have adjusted to life back in the Championship and they have retained
some Premiership quality players in Doyle, Hunt, Hahnemann. Their goal
difference also shows that they can bag them in when they need to.

-----Original Message-----
From: [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
Behalf Of Steven Millward
Sent: Monday, 24 November 2008 2:19 PM
Subject: [NSWolves] Re: Good position better [sec=unclassified]

I'd be happy with a couple of draws, although I have complete faith in
Mick to steer us to promotion.

On 24/11/2008, Rog & Rita <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Pretty tough games for 3 of the top 4 (Ipswich are 2nd to us of the 
> form table).
> Midweek
> Brum v Ipswich
> Cardiff v Reading
> Sheff U v Us
> Weekend
> Ipswich v Sheff U
> Us v Brum
> Reading v Coventry
>   _____
> From: [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On 
> Behalf Of Morris, Lee SGT
> Sent: Monday, 24 November 2008 11:44 AM
> To:
> Subject: [NSWolves] Good position better [sec=unclassified]
> I'm going to put the mockers on us here, BUT if we happen to beat 
> Sheff Utd and Reading lose to Cardiff we would go an incredible 13 
> points clear of third place, maybe even 9 points clear of second if 
> Brum were to lose at Ipswich.
> Its all theory though, we have a tough game ourselves, but what a 
> position to be in prior to Christmas and the televised game against 
> Brum next weekend.
> Whatever happens we'll still be top prior to kick off against the 
> Bluenoses and our superior goal difference means we would still be top

> even after two losses....things aren't too bad just now.
> >

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