Jump to content
oneBoro Forum

Boro v Bristol City 1-3 (Fry)

Recommended Posts

  • Replies 555
  • Created
  • Last Reply

Top Posters In This Topic

Top Posters In This Topic

Popular Posts

I swear to God, some of you guys love to swim around in all the agony.  Some of you even swim around on your backs, using a straw to take small sips from the Lake of Agony, then guggeling the nice war

As long as we give him the best boots. 

I for one hope Warnock stays next season. Majority of people were happy/expected mid table when he took over. Now we are there and achieving that, you all want him out?  This squad isn’t very good,

Posted Images

1 minute ago, Whoppy said:

The game was lost with the injury for me. We are very capable of these awful nights. Embarrasing 

Seriously, Fletcher has barely played, he’s always injured it’s not down to him that we are 3 nil down, it’s out terrible defence. 

Link to post
Share on other sites
Just now, Whoppy said:

The icing on the cake would be a new injury to a key player. Dear me. I was so looking forward to watching tonight. 

Hopefully howson at this rate.


Edit - tongue in cheek, I'd never seriously want a Boro player to get injured, no matter how utterly diabolically overrated they are.

  • Like 1
Link to post
Share on other sites

Honestly why is Bettinali here is horrendous he should of seen the danger ran out stopped that but he didn't terrible keeper. For the other goal he headed in he should of punched it 

Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now

  • Latest Posts

    • Watching the Scotland defence all at sea and then their attack just reinforced how lucky we were to dodge Lyndon Dykes It doesn't bode well for them at all on Friday. There was seemingly no cohesiveness or understanding between them. They were receiving the ball, standing around looking for a Navy shirt to open up space, make a run when nobody was moving or even looking to read the next phase of play. They looked totally disconnected and disjointed and it baffled me how they managed to qualify on that performance. There is only so much that pride and determination can substitute skill and ability. If England come out of the blocks the way they did against Croatia that Scotland team will be four down by half time and a cricket score unless Gareth takes the foot off the pedal to conserve his Players energy. What on earth Marshall was doing so far up the pitch for that second goal just underlines the naivety from front to back. I'll be surprised if the scoreline isn't at least by five or more goals in England's favour.
    • its going to be a long 90minutes for scotland i suspect. they have a mountain to climb and face a team who are basically prefect side to exploit their gapping weaknesses. it'll be a comfortable win for england. we just have to much for them i think.  i'm normally englands biggest critic but even i cant see this one going any other way than a win for us.
    • I'd rather have a Bakewell Tart in charge of the team than Kevin Blackwell. (No, that's not a euphemism, before I get accused of anything)
    • Given the scraps he had to work with, Isak did very well. He was desperately unlucky not to score - I think Uri Geller must have been at work, the way the ball went everywhere but into the net. Would love to see more of Isak - he might even do well in a Neil Warnock team...
    • I think this will be a battering. The Scots have to attack as they need to get a win after ruining their own chances on Monday. They look wide open at the back and I reckon England's pacey counterattack will cut them to bits.

  • Create New...