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becbee
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Post: # 362868Post becbee »

He's probably just saying it because they beat Portsmouth on Saturday. Which was obviously an impressive achievement but seeing as they are the only team in this league to have played them this season, cannot be used as proof of anything.
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Post: # 362870Post hoppy »

To be fair, to beat the League One leaders is impressive.
Chesterfield looked physically strong and thoroughly deserved the win. However, Pompey were awful. On that performance it is difficult to see how they got to the top of League One.
I am not expecting us to win on Saturday but if we can come back with a point I will consider that to be a win.
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Carlisle away 04 springs to mind. An early goal to silence the home crowd, a proper test to see how far we have come! Keep our discipline and sneak a 1-0 win!
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Post: # 362872Post pauln50 »

rudebwoyben wrote: 06 Nov 2023, 11:06
BGr wrote: 06 Nov 2023, 11:03Block E2 On sale
That should resolve the issue of whether you can sit or stand where you please!
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Post: # 362873Post jerroll »

CrawleyBee wrote: 06 Nov 2023, 13:58 Carlisle away 04 springs to mind. An early goal to silence the home crowd, a proper test to see how far we have come! Keep our discipline and sneak a 1-0 win!
We will have to defend lie warriors as a a former winner of this league would say, can't allow them the sort of chances we gave the Nash on saturday! we definitely need Danny Collinge and Ayres rock available but doubt Ade would be fit enough unless he can play some minutes tomorrow to prove his fitness.otherwise its too much of a gamble.
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Post: # 362878Post EastBarnetFan »

I know it's fashionable amongst the younger fans to wear all black and show no club colours away, but I'm hoping to be amongst a sea of amber (I'll take orange..) in that corner of the stand on Saturday. Will the flags and banners be making an appearance?
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Post: # 362882Post Roy57 »

Driller Bee wrote: 06 Nov 2023, 12:55
talldarkslim wrote: 05 Nov 2023, 14:25 Chesterfield are the best team in the league and deserve to go up. I just hope we make it via the playoffs.
Ridiculous thing to say. Surely the team at the top of the table at the end of the season are the team that deserve to go up, whether that be Chesterfield, us or any other team.
I can see and agree with original post, after seeing highlights and watching them against Portsmouth they are the best and strongest team in the league, of course whoever finishes top deserves to go up, but see us hopefully finishing 2nd so go straight into semi Final.But do agree the pressure is all on Chesterfield. Also a shame we are not going into this game with fully fit Danny Collinge or Oluwo. Who will be huge miss.
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Post: # 362883Post letchbee94 »

CrawleyBee wrote: 06 Nov 2023, 13:58 Carlisle away 04 springs to mind. An early goal to silence the home crowd, a proper test to see how far we have come! Keep our discipline and sneak a 1-0 win!
Or Peterborough away 99 which was also a top v 2nd game which we came out on top after being a goal down at ht.
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Post: # 362894Post amberforever »

letchbee94 wrote: 06 Nov 2023, 18:32
CrawleyBee wrote: 06 Nov 2023, 13:58 Carlisle away 04 springs to mind. An early goal to silence the home crowd, a proper test to see how far we have come! Keep our discipline and sneak a 1-0 win!
Or Peterborough away 99 which was also a top v 2nd game which we came out on top after being a goal down at ht.
What a match the Posh was. ! I think it was Marlon King who grabbed a brace. Me and my dear old departed Dad really enjoyed it.
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Post: # 362896Post BeesKnees99 »

If we go about this game in our usual way we could get slaughtered, such is our defensive fragility. We will not dominate possession. This will need to be a gritty, solid, smash-and-grab, almost Solihull-esque performance.

Unfortunately Chesterfield look the real deal and wouldn’t look out of place in League One. I don’t think that’s an inferiority complex, I think it’s the truth given their budget, manager, calibre of players and strength in depth. They absolutely should be winning this league.

But we know this team has character and resilience in abundance, and that’s cause for optimism. I’m excited for the game and I’d be thrilled with even a point just to help keep the pace, but if we lose you’d have to think that’s curtains for any title hopes.


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BGr
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Post: # 362897Post BGr »

Edging towards 500 sold now with a few days to go which is pretty impressive. Would be the equivalent of Chesterfield taking around 2,500 the other way if you say it’s around a third of our home gate.

Think it’s over 7000 sold in total around the whole stadium now, should be a phenomenal atmosphere (which a game of this magnitude deserves).
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Post: # 362899Post becbee »

BeesKnees99 wrote: 07 Nov 2023, 12:00 If we go about this game in our usual way we could get slaughtered, such is our defensive fragility. We will not dominate possession. This will need to be a gritty, solid, smash-and-grab, almost Solihull-esque performance.

Unfortunately Chesterfield look the real deal and wouldn’t look out of place in League One. I don’t think that’s an inferiority complex, I think it’s the truth given their budget, manager, calibre of players and strength in depth. They absolutely should be winning this league.

But we know this team has character and resilience in abundance, and that’s cause for optimism. I’m excited for the game and I’d be thrilled with even a point just to help keep the pace, but if we lose you’d have to think that’s curtains for any title hopes.
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I can go along with all this - except your final words. However impressive Chesterfield might be, however much it will give them an upper hand, they will not sew up the Championship if they win on Saturday. Whatever the result, Dean Brennan and this team will not throw in the towel and neither should we supporters. Still a very long way to go.
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Post: # 362900Post john dockers shorts »

We're not playing Brazil!
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Post: # 362901Post rudebwoyben »

john dockers shorts wrote: 07 Nov 2023, 13:21 We're not playing Brazil!
Well, Brazil are a bit rubbish these days!
However, I agree with your general point. There is no need to have this inferiority complex.
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Post: # 362902Post Bee_Forever »

Barnet 3 Chesterfield 0

28 January 2023

"Nicke Kabamba struck a hat-trick as Barnet dealt a blow to Chesterfield's National League automatic promotion ambitions in north London.

The visitors went into the game on the back of four straight wins and looking to pile pressure on the two teams above them.

But fifth-placed Barnet, on fine form themselves after a run of seven games unbeaten, grabbed the lead when Kabamba poked home from close range just past the half-hour mark.

Chesterfield keeper Lucas Covolan saved superbly to deny Harry Pritchard, while Jeff King thought he had equalised with a deflected shot that was deemed not to have crossed the line.

After repelling a spell of Chesterfield pressure, Barnet seized the points with Kabamba making it two after 77 minutes before racing clear to complete his hat-trick five minutes from time"


That. Was. 10. Months. Ago.

We are a match for them and we have a manager who I would say is tactically superior to Paul Cook which will offset the squad depth issue.

I know it's fashionable to deal in absolutes and if you confidently predict defeat you don't risk anything if it happens but lets have some confidence in the boys. Walker, Collinge, Hartigan, Pritchard and Kabamba would walk in to their starting XI.

We can do this!
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