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Posh - Leicester - Do or Die?

Okay, it was two points dropped and reflecting on the situation isn`t going to make things any easier.

Not even Darren Ferguson commenting,

'It was disappointing not to beat Oldham because we found ourselves in a great position, but now we have to prepare ourselves for two huge matches."

will change that situation so instead lets concentrate all our energy on beating, but definitely not losing, the important fixture against Leicester City this weekend.

If we can do just that we`ll have equaled our club record of matches unbeaten and it`ll provide a perfect springboard to kick on and really go for promotion.

Ahead of the clash, Darren Ferguson has one eye on the league table and is fully aware of the problem a defeat would create when he comments,

'We can't afford to lose at Leicester because 10 points would be a massive gap to make up against a team of their quality. We wouldn't be out of the promotion race, but we would have an awful lot to do."

'We will go there to win like we do every game and I am confident we have the players to achieve it.'


With all our allocation of away tickets snapped up, it`s going to be one of those matches that has the potential to go down in the history books as one of those you can tell your grandkids - I was there!

It`s that important!

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Writer: PoshPete Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday December 15 2008

Time: 5:00PM

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Never been to the Walkers Crisp Bowl, used to enjoy going to Filbert Street though!
merlin
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15/12/2008 19:22:00

we've sold all our tickets so it should be a noisy affair!
PoshPete
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15/12/2008 19:28:00

it will be a good game I bet.......for the neutrals.....be a nail biter for everyone else...!!
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16/12/2008 12:20:00

 

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