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Fleetwood 2-1 Barnet
Fleetwood 2-1 Barnet Another home win against strugglers Barnet who played most of the match with 10 men. The Port Vale game made me reconsider my expectations for the seasons, and this just confirmed my belief that the squad last season was of a better standard. Manager Mellon rang the changes, bringing in Ball, Marrow and Barkhuisen. Fleetwood ....
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Rovers 1 – 2 Reading
Rovers lost last night to Reading in a lively encounter at the Memorial Stadium. Jo Kuffour put the Gas ahead after 3 minutes, converting a Mustapha Carayol pull-back after some good work on the left. The 22 year-old, who was signed by new manager Paul Buckle this summer, tormented the Reading defence for much of the first-half and Rovers were ....
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