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On the Road for 2024/25 17:52 - May 6 with 312 viewswessex_exile

So far we've gained 1,197 driving miles for the six teams joining League 2, comprising:
Carlisle (315)
Fleetwood (280)
Port Vale (199)
Chesterfield (177)
Cheltenham (161) and
Bromley (65)

With the League 2 play-off winners yet to be decided, so far we've lost 882 driving miles for the five teams that have left League 2, comprising:
Stockport (-235)
Wrexham (-229)
Forest Green (-170)
Mansfield (-161), and
Sutton (-87)

That's a net gain of 315 miles. Of the League 2 play-off contenders, the furthest in driving miles is Crewe, a distance of 207 miles, which would mean a modest gain of 108 miles - assuming of course your starting point is Colchester.

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On the Road for 2024/25 on 22:46 - May 6 with 242 viewsnoah4x4

Unless I am mistaken Wessex, all your calculations are based on one way trips. I reckon we have gained and lost double your numbers. On a previous occasion, we were the most travelled fans excluding those that compete in Europe. Now, there is no dispute.
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On the Road for 2024/25 on 06:06 - May 7 with 220 viewswessex_exile

On the Road for 2024/25 on 22:46 - May 6 by noah4x4

Unless I am mistaken Wessex, all your calculations are based on one way trips. I reckon we have gained and lost double your numbers. On a previous occasion, we were the most travelled fans excluding those that compete in Europe. Now, there is no dispute.


They are indeed the distances from Colchester, so double up for the return trip - unless of course you plan to stay there?

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