#TUFC Tweets of the Week 26th Apr 17

Well what a result that was at the weekend, apologies for the delay in posting but I’ve only just woken up from dream-land.  So after the Braintree game my best friend and editor of this site suggested we should make the long trip to Dover.  On the journey up I think most fans were expecting a point at best against a team fighting for the play-off places.

Have to say credit to Kevin and all the boys for their grit and determination. It was a nervy game but ultimately we won and now survival is in our own hands.  Only we can muck this up now, a win on Saturday is essential.  Thanks to all the Yellow Army fans that made the long trip up and make it such a fantastic atmosphere in the away end. Yellow Army!  Back to the tweets of the week.

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https://twitter.com/webby231/status/855812583433146368

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So a win on Saturday is the only option we should be looking at.  12.15 pm kick off at Plainmoor – see you there Gulls fans!

Richard Heesem – TT Contributor

One thought on “#TUFC Tweets of the Week 26th Apr 17

  1. Good 1-5 points!Yes,relegation is still a possibility if we only draw,imperative to go for a win against NF.The petition has been brilliant in powerfully flagging up the concern re the current vulnerability of TUFC if the council and owners make the wrong decisions/engage in the wrong plans.Plainmoor is definitely more than fit for purpose and holds alot of history for many of us, any future move would need to firstly tick a huge number of boxes! COYY,Mike/Michel

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