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Altrincham Away (W/D/L)


Will the Shaymen catch the Robins on the hop?  

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  1. 1. Town to win at Altrincham

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      40
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      17
    • Lose
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1 hour ago, Steve Lanzarote said:

TBH Roy it´s a ground I have never been to.

33 years ago was the last time I went there for the inflatable banana cup won 3-0 , would take that tomorrow.

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1 hour ago, Monk said:

33 years ago was the last time I went there for the inflatable banana cup won 3-0 , would take that tomorrow.

Yes, that was my last visit also. I was happy with my view from the seated stand.

Really good Town performance that day, Wayne Allison outstanding.

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2 hours ago, Monk said:

33 years ago was the last time I went there for the inflatable banana cup won 3-0 , would take that tomorrow.

remember that well when the bobby's hat got knocked off by banana and a certain town fan was escorted out along with this weapon of mass destruction a 5 foot yellow banana.

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11 minutes ago, TJAshton said:

Alty manager just signed a full time contract as of today until 2024. Hope that doesn’t give them a boost for tomorrow. 

Quite often has the opposite effect similar to manager of the month.

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51 minutes ago, TJAshton said:

Alty manager just signed a full time contract as of today until 2024. Hope that doesn’t give them a boost for tomorrow. 

As he will not be one of the players on the pitch trying to beat us tomorrow, then I doubt it will make much difference. Same to some extent with the current Altrincham squad, those who might be playing for a place in next seasons squad have already shown the manager enough over the last 34 games to help him make his decisions on who stays and who goes. The remaining mid-table end of season games will not be enough to change his mind now I would expect.

On the other hand Altrincham, who are still part-time, should be applauded by breaking with the current trend of teams dumping their managers as soon as immediate success is not forthcoming. They, much like us, are pragmatic in that they see a mid table finish as a successful season, and they are building a long term plan, rather than the plans being spouted at Wrexham, whose fans now seem quite happy to stick the knife in for Dean Keates and the Supporters Trust who have held the club together for the last decade.

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