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I have never seen Boro destoryed so much at the Riverside as this season

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1 minute ago, BoroSmoggie said:

He is. Only person in our squad who’s capable of creating a chance. Final ball might be *** but at least he’s doing something. Not a coincidence as soon as he comes on we have some chances.

We had chances before he came on.

Every chance he's had he's fluffed, that's his fault and not other players.

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Game over. Another crap showing. Warnock has made no difference to our performances, he really hasn't. 

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Actually mad how much of a donkey Fry is. Unbearable to watch him play sometimes. Depressing

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So bloody easy for Bristol. We look like we're playing man city. 

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Need to somehow get points off Reading now.  Can't see us getting anything off Cardiff or Weds

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100% Fry’s fault. Could have cut it out but air kicked a ball going 5mph 

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3-1 it’s on 

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Deal Fry. At his age he should be developing but he’s just regressing. No chance we will be able to make money off him. At this rate I’d actually rather keep shotton. 

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1 minute ago, TeaCider24 said:

We had chances before he came on.

Every chance he's had he's fluffed, that's his fault and not other players.

What chances have we had from open play? 

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