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I'm just imagining Woody giving the exact same presentation he gave here but because he couldn't work out how to delete the Boro Badge and replace it with a Bournemouth badge it's just this on every p

If Mogga wishes to walk away from management I would be all over him being our chief scout. He can then happily live back home and go spot some talent for us. He has always had a good knack of fi

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9 minutes ago, DurhamRed said:

Well Barnsley dived for the pen Wycombe were playing well aswell 😢. When is VAR coming to the championship,🥴 honestly refs are costing us promotion 

How can people still be saying this after we got handed 3 points last night!

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1 minute ago, Changing Times said:

Are you thinking what I’m thinking? We should give this a try as well!

Old manager spell is working fine atm!

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Barnsley 2-0 up

I think we have to force Reading out of the top 6... Looks promising so far .. Brum still flying high 1-0 up

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2 minutes ago, SmogDane said:

Barnsley 2-0 up

I think we have to force Reading out of the top 6... Looks promising so far .. Brum still flying high 1-0 up

Also need to overtake Bournemouth who are ahead by three points and a much better GD. We probably have to win at their place. 

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22 minutes ago, Borodane said:

Also need to overtake Bournemouth who are ahead by three points and a much better GD. We probably have to win at their place. 

Hopefully Woody can cock it up for them

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1 minute ago, SmogDane said:

Red card for Barnsley

Alex Mowatt too, that's useful for us as he's a key player.

They'll still win tonight, but it might help in the next match.

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And a third for Barnsley. I honestly think they are on such a high that they won’t drop out of the top 6. Just flying. 

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2 minutes ago, Borodane said:

And a third for Barnsley. I honestly think they are on such a high that they won’t drop out of the top 6. Just flying. 

Sooner they made the play-offs than any of the other 4 currently in there.

May need to shift focus to Reading.

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