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^ If anyone doubts that the players care 

I want Warnock I also want him as manager next season

I’m drunk and I love this. This is the best I’ve felt about boro in ages. And that’s saying something because there’s not a lot of sunshine. 

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Got a proper endorphin rush right now. Surely we're safe?

On a side note, I would gladly welcome Warnock as a permanent appointment. His teams are so much more creative than Pulis, and he makes some canny substitutions.

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Just now, unclesmog said:

Warnock has a 50% win rate with this bunch. What was Woodies? 

I think it was around 23% I might be overshooting him the only Boro manager with a worse percentage in our history was Bobby Murdoch.

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been saying since restart play tav, drop mcnair. seen the difference today without carrying deadwood like him. thats the best shape and 11 we've had this season, never mind since the restart. 

safe now like utb

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I'm exhausted after that.

Pretty scrappy, but probably the most important 3 points Boro have won in a long time.

Wasn't pretty and they looked lethargic (or just knackered) at times, but they put the work in when it really mattered.

Managed to produce enough good moments to clinch it. Dunno what the 1st half was like, but I reckon we just shaded the 2nd half and narrowly deserved the win.

Well done lads...you just saved Boro's Championship status! 🙌👏💪

...probably also prevented a few heart attacks among the fanbase too.

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