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Brentford fan here. What an odd game. Felt the Boro had bigger chances to be honest. Main reason I wanted to come on here was to say that during the 20 game unbeaten run, the Boro games were 2 wh

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Yet again another man left unmarked edge of box. 

Why play with 3 centre mids when they clearly don't do their job. Howson again I think there.

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Immediately after talking about how our midfield is making it hard for them to play through us, Jonny Howson is once again sat on the edge of our box as a player in that area gets a shot away and it again costs us with a goal.

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Just now, Neverbefore said:

Bettenellis position is crap again


I didn't catch his positioning but I thought it was a good finish, right in the corner. I wouldn't be surprised if Bettinelli could have done better, though.

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