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March 20 2005 at 8:16 PM
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Do you really think id give up watching United in order to watch Runcorn?
I would go to games when United didnt play, as was the case when we played at Canal Street.

As for slagging off players etc, when have I done that? Cant really comment on players or managers if Ive never seen them play/manage can I?

The clubs had the support, however its let its supporters down in many different ways. Its up to the current fans to give that support in the Halton Stadium. From what i can see relegation has no benefits. Travellings pretty much the same, players wages are pretty much the same in the Unibond, ground requirements are pretty similar. Relegation would mean loosing the gates against Alty, Southport, Barrow and Worksop, who bring decent away followings.

 
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