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A home for past Match Day threads for the 2017/18 season

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  1. Boro vs Villa 0-1 1 2 3 4 26

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  2. Boro v Derby 0-3 1 2 3 4 25

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  3. Boro v Cardiff City 0-1 1 2 3 4 36

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  4. Boro vs Norwich 0-1 1 2 3 4 30

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    • I'm delighted with the win. Warnock has worked absolute wonders with Fry, Dijksteel and McNair. This season I think we're going to be similar to our promotion winning team under Karanka, with the way that we'd do well against the better teams and struggle against the not as good teams. Finding a knack of winning them games like today is going to help us repeat them gritty wins against the lesser sides. Our style of football is going to be frustrating at times, sure, but I can easily accept it as we're going in the right direction after several years of drifting backwards in a seemingly unstoppable manner until Warnock came in. Considering the shambolic state that we were in last season, the incredibly tough opening fixture list and the disappointment in the transfer market, Warnock has done a fantastic job to turn us into such a highly effective team in such a short space of time. Some fans were similarly moaning about Karanka's style of play in our promotion season, however, he got us promoted in the end and even the most idealistic of us will have fantastic memories from his time here; certainly more good memories that the three and a half season since he left when we've had next to no good memories. If Gibson's track record is anything to go by then we're going downhill whenever Warnock leaves anyway so maybe we can stockpile the negativity to one side for then? We may as well try to enjoy these times of getting results ugly *fingers crossed*  before Gibson appoints Roy Chubby Brown as our next manager after he convinces him through a Powerpoint presentation that he can get us playing football just like Liverpool. It's also worth noting how much our home record at home has turned around as it was abysmal. Last season we won 6, drew 8 and lost 9. So far this season we've won 2, drew 2 and lost 0. We're undefeated in 7 league games now too. Lets try to enjoy it.
    • plus Patrick Roberts basically in 1 on 1 and didn't hit the target.
    • I suppose we can’t ignore Marcus stinging  shot at the keeper and Sam hitting the bar. Had one gone in we could possibly have seen a bit more excitement. 
    • Yeah 5 shots in total...4 on target...4 goals! 😂 Toney scored another tonight, think that's 7 goals in 7 games for him now.
    • Oof hadn't seen the actual stats just the highlights...that's...that's not great.
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