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Boro v Stoke (A) 2-0 (Fletcher, Tavernier)

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Just now, Ash said:

Hasn't been a brilliant game but definitely an improvement on last week

Is it? I see absolutely no difference so far, except Swansea were much more clinical than stoke. 

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1 minute ago, Brunners said:

The best chance of the game came directly from the throw that Fry didn't need to concede.

Yes but you referred to the entire spell of pressure not one chance. 

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3 minutes ago, Changing Times said:

Someone really likes Mikel at Stoke for some reason 🙃

Obi gone

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25 mins played and we’re 

Not 2-0 down

Not had 2 one on ones with the keeper to deal with 

they’ve not hit our post

and WEVE HAD A SHOT ON TARGET ALREADY 

10000% improvement from last week 

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Goaaallll Boro wining

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1 minute ago, Neverbefore said:

Is it? I see absolutely no difference so far, except Swansea were much more clinical than stoke. 

There's a difference for you 😂

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Fletcher puts us ahead 

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WE HAVE SCORED A GOAL.

 

I REPEAT, WE HAVE SCORED A GOAL, THIS IS NOT A DRILL

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1 minute ago, Neverbefore said:

Is it? I see absolutely no difference so far, except Swansea were much more clinical than stoke. 

I'm.just gonna keep saying this in the hope we score every time!

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