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We'll be absolutely kicking ourselves if we don't win here, could have scored a hatful and then concede a soft one.

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Just now, TheJew said:

Britt has been absolutely dire this half.

Actually think outside of the misses he's been alright. Making clever runs, made a good few layoffs.


As for the goal, think Bettinelli has to do better, gets two hands on it.

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Bleh...well that was coming.

We were giving Huddersfield too much possession, time and space.

We were looking good until we scored, then we just sat back and let them come at us. While we're good at soaking up pressure and pressing, doing it for too long just invites trouble.

Warnock needs to find away to get Boro back on an attacking footing. The odd counter-attack when they give the ball away isn't enough.

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