What will make you happy this season

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What will make you happy this season

by Finch Royal » 13 Jul 2006 10:54

Obviously surviving relegation is paramount and if we achieve it i will be delighted and highly satisfied, anything else is not really significant.

However, i'd love to finish above Sheff Utd (especcially) and Watford.

taking points off the mancs will make me happy.

Convey to take the Premiership by storm and become player of the year (for RFC)

Avoiding relegation at home to Watford which in turn sends them down will be quite amusing on the penultimate day of the season.

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by Royalee » 13 Jul 2006 10:56

Staying up comfortably enough and playing some good football. I'm just happy we're there at the moment.

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by Gordons Cumming » 13 Jul 2006 10:57

Beating a "Big " club.

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by RFC2CJ » 13 Jul 2006 10:58

all the above

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by Maguire » 13 Jul 2006 11:00

Beer and pornography, mostly.

On the pitch - couple of wins over decent sides. Not finishing bottom. Mor black players.

That's about it.


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by Finch Royal » 13 Jul 2006 11:01

Yes, beating a big club away would be nice (not Liverpool though :wink: )

Doing the double over the blades would also be nice. :lol:

BTW - going to Sheff Utd away early doors i can tell already will be so nerve wracking as it's effectively a 6 pointer and a must win.

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by Alan Partridge » 13 Jul 2006 11:01

Staying up.

Playing good football again

beating West Ham at least once (sorry it's childish I know, move on and all that)

Beating one of the big guns preferably Chelsea would be great.

A cup run!!!!!!!!!

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by papereyes » 13 Jul 2006 11:04

Beating Sunderlands record so we can get the record high and record low amount of points in consecutive seasons.

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by shadesrwrf » 13 Jul 2006 11:08

Finch Royal Yes, beating a big club away would be nice (not Liverpool though :wink: )


Plastic. :wink:

For me it'll be finishing the season with the same grin on my face that I have now every time I think of last season's events. What will keep it there? A belief that everyone involved in RFC have done their best wherever we ended up come next May.


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by Gordons Cumming » 13 Jul 2006 11:11

shadesrwrf
Finch Royal Yes, beating a big club away would be nice (not Liverpool though :wink: )


Plastic. :wink:

For me it'll be finishing the season with the same grin on my face that I have now every time I think of last season's events. What will keep it there? A belief that everyone involved in RFC have done their best wherever we ended up come next May.


How sensible.

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by Whistle » 13 Jul 2006 11:12

A few good home wins.

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by shadesrwrf » 13 Jul 2006 11:14

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Finch Royal Yes, beating a big club away would be nice (not Liverpool though :wink: )


Plastic. :wink:

For me it'll be finishing the season with the same grin on my face that I have now every time I think of last season's events. What will keep it there? A belief that everyone involved in RFC have done their best wherever we ended up come next May.


How sensible.


I do my best. Sometimes it comes off, sometimes it doesn't. :wink:

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by Stranded » 13 Jul 2006 11:14

17th or better.


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by Wycombe Royal » 13 Jul 2006 11:15

What will make me happy? Seeing Reading take the field against the Elite of English football.

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by Maguire » 13 Jul 2006 11:16

Wycombe Royal What will make me happy? Seeing Reading take the field against the Elite of English football.


Err, we won't actually be playing Southampton next season.

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by TFF » 13 Jul 2006 11:17

Doing a 'big' side at home would be a special memory if this is going to be a one season thing.

I have to echo Shades' comments - as long as I can see real effort from all at RFC I'll enjoy every minute of the coming season but staying up would be the icing on the cake.
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by Wycombe Royal » 13 Jul 2006 11:17

Maguire
Wycombe Royal What will make me happy? Seeing Reading take the field against the Elite of English football.


Err, we won't actually be playing Southampton next season.

That's why I'll be unhappy.

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by Spirit of Elm Park » 13 Jul 2006 11:19

Survival is the obvious answer.

I'm still watching SSN everyday and seeing stories about the big teams and taking stock of the fact that we are amongst them now. After so many years it just doesn't yet seem true. :lol:

Every game will be an experience, and long may it last.

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by england_away » 13 Jul 2006 11:32

Home Wins...

A big win 3/4 nil, against anyone...

Getting a small club like Sheffield Wednesday, Nottm Forest in the cup...

Good start...

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by anR » 13 Jul 2006 11:42

Basically everything that has been mentioned. I just had a flash back of a dream I had where we had exceeded Sunderlands total points margin long before Christmas. Hopefully a good preminition!

Survival is probably the most important thing. Why stop before European football though? Perhaps by playing Chelsea in the FA Cup final! :D

Along the way I would most like to do the double over the Blades (during which Colin will be fined for misconduct, possibly twice), doing the double over Spurs (to tribute a work colleague), the double of West Ham (to tribute Escarriot), some points of Man Utd (to tribute a long term hate) and Chelsea (to tribute the fact that we'll be away on Boxing Day on telly).

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