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Normal Service is resumed

February 26, 2006

Norwich crash 4-1 to Crystal Palace. Reading resume their march to the Premiership and the Championship title following their 2-1 defeat of Preston who themselves were unbeaten in 22 games. Meanwhile the race for the second automatic promotion spot is hotting up as Sheffield are starting to falter losing to QPR and leaving them 12 points adrift of Reading with 10 games to go. Both Watford and the mighty Leeds won yesterday. Watford are now only 7 points behind Sheffield and Leeds are 8 points behind with a game in hand. Were they to win this then they would only be 5 points behind. Come on you Whites!!

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  1. Joe Otten
    February 26, 2006 at 2:04 pm

    Sheffield United have been faltering for a while, but they have the talent to go up, if not to stay up.

    You fill up my senses
    Like a gallon of Magnet
    Like a packet of woodbines
    Like a good pinch of snuff
    Like a night out in Sheffield
    Like a greasy chip buttie
    So Sheffield United
    Come thrill me again

  2. Tony Ferguson
    February 26, 2006 at 4:55 pm

    Well the pressure is starting tell me thinks (hopes). Please continue to falter! We are Leeds Leeds Leeds.

  3. Nicola
    February 26, 2006 at 5:49 pm

    The less said about Norwich the better ! Mere mention causes depression at the other end of the room ……

  4. Flo
    February 27, 2006 at 12:19 pm

    Please.

    “Sheffield”?!?

    It’s Sheffield UNITED, not Sheffield.
    Please don’t lump us in with the “other lot” across the city.

    Your sorry lot will be spanked when you visit beautiful downtown Bramall Lane – that is normal service…

  5. Tony Ferguson
    February 27, 2006 at 12:34 pm

    My apologies. I thought it would be obvious which Sheffield I was referring to but given how poorly they are both playing I guess it could have been confusing particularly for those without access to a current league table. S yes it was Sheffield United I was referring to. Marching on Together.

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