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by CharltonAdam (U7817303) 17 December 2007
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I realise the match isn't for a couple of weeks but i would just like to say i hope you beat Wolves. I believe this will dent their confidence which will make it easier for us to go up if they lose to a Conference side. Best of luck for the season and hope you go up. I live near Cambridge by the way so i also have a soft spot for them.

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posted Dec 18, 2007

Cheers buddy,

We're having a great season at the moment far beyond what anyone expected after the disaster that was last year. Playing well too so you never know, we may just sneak a result, also looks to me like Wolves have been struggling for goals recently which is a good sign.

All the best for your mob this year, it'd be nice to see another London side bounce back up into the Prem, far too much domination in that League from those that reside North of Watford Gap!!

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posted Dec 26, 2007

I have a feeling this will be our game, got my tickets locked up ready, looking forward to my first Cambridge game since Leyton Orient at home in 2004, the good days of the Football League, since moving North, hope I will be a lucky charm

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posted Jan 1, 2008

As a now ex Wolves fan who lived in Cambridge for 14 years... I hope the Us beat the overpriced purveyors of garbage they dare to call football these days in WOLVERHAMPTON. Went to see the West Brom Wolves 0-0 draw and it was overpriced fecundity winkeye

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posted Jan 2, 2008

i still hope u beat alion m8 but when we play u i think u'll find another 2-0 defeat

as 4 confidence i fink urs shud b quite low today cafc 1-2 cufc

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