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In the first half Huddersfield were one of the worst teams I've seen this season.

In this half, we're one of the worst teams I've seen this season. I hate Boro sometimes.

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2 minutes ago, Changing Times said:

Think we look knackered to be honest. 

We do but it's hardly the first time this season that we've looked completely bereft of ideas when needing a goal.

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No matter the score. Shambles. We have been exposed , found out! 
Still I believe my upper mid table is valid 

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We've got 30mins into this shambles of a second half and only made one change despite being behind. Christ.

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Having to watch this game due to the commentary and video not being synced and we look very leggy and mentally tired.  One of them days where a very average Huddersfield got us on the right day unfortunately. 

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