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League Two predictions are live on website...

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Message 1 - posted by Peter Scrivener - BBC Sport (U1644486) , Aug 1, 2005

Morning all,

Many thanks to all who entered our competition - the winning entrants can be found here news.bbc.co.uk/sport... - please take a peek and come back and let us know if you agree with how your team has been predicted to fair.

Cheers and have a good season...
       

Message 2 - posted by Mikecal (U1771437) , Aug 1, 2005

Torquay are obviously a modest lot.

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Message 3 - posted by tufc91 (U1755426) , Aug 1, 2005

We're not modest, just p*ssed usually. ale

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Message 4 - posted by BlueFish (U1749058) , Aug 2, 2005

he he you chose my message! quick point to add, i clarified my reasons for choosing Zigor Aranalde as having no one that stands out but Zigor because he is teh first player to play for us in years that has long hair and still plays half decent. And realistic position as being the playoffs because it's the start of teh seasona dn the football optimism hasn't worn off yet!

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