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This is why the majority of people throughout football love Warnock! 

A strange game but a good three points. Today I owe Brit, credit to him. I learnt something new tonight, Hitler is a Brazilian.  Well I’m behind with some work so I need to pop upstairs to my office

So, it's time again .. the time where Assombalonga misses more sitters than on a normal day, cause we are away to Nottingham Forest, his former club. I'm just glad we never play Peterborough! It's t

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1 minute ago, TheJew said:

Forest have completely lost their heads.

Talk about a player being a shell of himself, Knockhart is shocking. 

Lucky to be on the pitch still. Gets booked for hand-ball then kicks the ball away immediately after.

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1 minute ago, TheJew said:

Forest have completely lost their heads.

Talk about a player being a shell of himself, Knockhart is shocking. 

Think the ref blew final whistle so he wouldn't need to give another red card 🤣

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So thought we were gonna implode their and throw it away but lucky Forrest started kicking us. Terrific performance from Britt the best he's had I think in a boro shirt. 

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