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Posh - Dreaming the Dream!

Already, after having gotten back-to-back promotions, the talk is all about trying for three on the trot!

Darragh MacAnthony may have given the club a window of three years to break into the Premier League but the optimism, within the community, is such that the belief is there that it can be done.

Speaking on Saturday, Darren Ferguson refused t rule out such ambition but did lay down a few provisos if we`re to get anywhere near that Holy Grail, remarking,

'It's debatable that we can push for promotion next season, but you never know. I certainly couldn't wish for a better group of players to go with into the Championship".

'They have been fantastic all season and the majority of them will go well in the Championship. We will have to bring some extra players in and work has already started on that."


Who knows, if we get off to a good start and surprise a few of those Championship teams that know little about us, it could be a third miracle in three seasons!

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The Journalist

Writer: PoshPete Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday May 5 2009

Time: 5:27PM

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careful not to get too carried away lads!
merlin
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05/05/2009 19:20:00

careful not to get too carried away lads!
merlin
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05/05/2009 19:20:00

could all come back to haunt you if you struggle nest season!
merlin
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05/05/2009 19:21:00

could all come back to haunt you if you struggle nest season!
merlin
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05/05/2009 19:21:00

well done from a lincoln fan , your on a good run , but dont know how next season will pan out for you , but good luck
Kimbo
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05/05/2009 20:39:00

well done from a lincoln fan , your on a good run , but dont know how next season will pan out for you , but good luck
Kimbo
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