Harrogate Town or Notts County?

The Catcher in the Rye

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Play off final tomorrow, winner gets a place in L2 next season along with Barrow & Bolton. Who ya wanna win? I’m not sure. I think Notts County are a club on stature & history that deserve a place in the football league but on the other hand I like to see smaller clubs achieve and I like Harrogate as a place.
 

Plumbs

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Play off final tomorrow, winner gets a place in L2 next season along with Barrow & Bolton. Who ya wanna win? I’m not sure. I think Notts County are a club on stature & history that deserve a place in the football league but on the other hand I like to see smaller clubs achieve and I like Harrogate as a place.
The best team on the day for me although Harrogate would be a new ground if it came up in the Cups.
Notts County of course invented Juventus-what a story that was.
 

TangerineBayern

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I hope Harrogate win it would be another breath of fresh air in the EFL and such a nice place to visit, however, Notts County are steeped in history and that might inspire the players
 

td53

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I'm going to go Notts County as they are one of those teams for whom nothing ever seems to go particularly well for and Harrogate is all very well to do and doesn't need league football. It's like Twickenham FC getting in the league.
 

basilrobbie

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Harrogate have been there or thereabouts for a while, so do deserve a chance. But Notts County is one the best away days there is. Tough one.
 

Shootz

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Having attended school in Harrogate I can assure you it is a far from genteel place! If promoted they will need to tear the pitch up as well.
 

td53

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Having attended school in Harrogate I can assure you it is a far from genteel place! If promoted they will need to tear the pitch up as well.
I've only been once so I'm judging it completely unfairly. I had a stupidly long drive to get there, it was about 112 degrees and then I couldn't park for love not money.

We them preceded to walk round a loud of posh shops I didn't care about and I got really bored and bad tempered whilst my other half got steadily pissed in a stream of posh bars as I drunk lime and soda.

I then drove home whilst she slept in the car.

It is probably unfair to judge your home town thus, but none the less, Harrogate is on my enemies list.

Tbf, I'm from Wigan so I wouldn't worry about my view of anywhere else lol.
 

King Billy

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Harrogate for me. Been there countless time (family connections) and always look out for their results. Probably would have gone to Wembley tomorrow had circumstances been different.
 

Macseasider

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Both!

But as others have said Harrowgate is a lovely place should we get the opportunity to visit.

Sat many a time in the usual traffic jam outside their ground. Always thought it looked so quaint.
 

ansdellmafia

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Harrogate for me ,although they have already said they will have to share a bigger league ground if they win . Partly due to the stands and also the current artificial pitch they have .
 

FedoraExplorer

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My mate is a long suffering Harrogate fan and once said he’ll wear a dress to work if they get promoted 😁 .. something to look forward to after furlough!!
 
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