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    IronageIron Age
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    Still banging ’em in.

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    Deereyme66Deereyme66
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    With Wooton alongside him. Tom Hopper scored again for Colchester tonight too against the Cods. Leaves them on a knife edge. The derby’s very possible next season.

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    SideriteSiderite
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    Grimsby just need a point to survive and Sutton need to win every game with a goal difference swing needed. I think they’re pretty much safe.

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    Deereyme66Deereyme66
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    On closer observation, you’re right. For some reason I thought 3 went down

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    Another couple of 2-0 defeats for the Cods and Sutton winning their last games by 2-0 each time would make things interesting but you would imagine the Cods can grab a point out of their last 6 available.

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    I realise I am swimming against the tide here but I never liked Paddy Madden and always thought he was massively over-rated, partly because pretty much everyone who has come since him has been even worse.

    I still think it was a sign of what was to come when we signed him in January 2014 despite Winnall banging them in, Deon Burton being a regular, Paul Hayes signing on a free, and the team going really well. Felt like a signing for the sake of making a signing.

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    Madden was a decent enough goalscorer for us, so I don’t think there’s room for complaint, but he wasn’t not as good as Hooper or Sharp. Not as good with the ball as Keogh or Hayes.

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    I realise I am swimming against the tide here but I never liked Paddy Madden and always thought he was massively over-rated, partly because pretty much everyone who has come since him has been even worse.

    I still think it was a sign of what was to come when we signed him in January 2014 despite Winnall banging them in, Deon Burton being a regular, Paul Hayes signing on a free, and the team going really well. Felt like a signing for the sake of making a signing.

    Dave Syers who came in with him was more important, we wouldn’t have gone up otherwise.

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    Madden was a decent enough goalscorer for us, so I don’t think there’s room for complaint, but he wasn’t not as good as Hooper or Sharp. Not as good with the ball as Keogh or Hayes.

    That’s a fair assessment. I agree that Madden wasn’t terrible, I just don’t think he’s a patch on what went before him.

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