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Re: Poole - Pre-match baguette

By rwakeley18/2 20:23Tue Feb 18 20:23:35 2020In response to Poole - Pre-match baguette

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I was really looking forward to that type of dual tonight. My heart goes out to those on the way home. If it's any consolation, I have a hotel booked for next Tuesday. I could end up watching Wealdstone!
Poole specifics aside, I can't help thinking how these modern day cancellations correlate to past years. Present day pitches appear to be more pristine. Maybe the officials have more of a tendency to postpone. Other than trying to draw any conclusions based on the above, I can't really see anything anybody can do about it.
Safe journey home. Similar on-goings up at Salisbury tonight. They got their game on. Hopefully, we can take out our frustrations on them Saturday.
I was a tad disappointed on Saturday. I thought the conditions no more adverse than the previous home game. Potentially a tad farcical yes. I do like one or two games of that definition as part of a season long campaign. I like the prospect of games like tonight under the floodlights.
Head's up. Part and parcel of it all. Prepare for Saturday. We go again - Time to focus on another tough game.

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