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It is an *actual* big game today 12:45 - Mar 13 with 405 viewsSomethingBlue

Feels vital for the early momentum of the Cook era, especially given the many away trips to come. If we get the result we should then we're back in the top six and it's entirely possible we could push right on; anything else would suggest to me that overall there might be too much to do. Looking forward to it.

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It is an *actual* big game today on 12:55 - Mar 13 with 364 viewsSWGF

It's just pleasant to look forward to matches and actively want to listen to what the manager has to say. If he can impress himself on the players as much as he has on me, we're onto a winner.

Also the intrigue of watching matches to see what small changes are taking place re: set-up, patterns, etc.

Even if the results don't come immediately, it's still an interesting watch and it hasn't been that for a long, long time.

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It is an *actual* big game today on 14:35 - Mar 13 with 223 viewsRadlett_blue

You would certainly hope for 4 points from the next 2 games. However, I'm afraid I'm not going to get over excited about Town battling to get into the play offs to get out of the 3rd tier. I think next season would be a fearful struggle if we did somehow go up.
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Cook needs a win, but Plymouth are being underestimated on 14:39 - Mar 13 with 216 viewsunstableblue

Their local press saying they’ve deserved points from recent games

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