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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,

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1 minute ago, BoroSmoggie said:

Every time we have a chance of getting to to the playoffs or build some momentum we just shoot ourselves in the foot. 

It’s so damn frustrating, it really is.

Indeed. We looked so assured defensively against Reading it’s crazy how it has changed so much in the next game. NW talked about wanting a more consistency - he must be so frustrated with that 45 mins. 

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1 minute ago, JMC91 said:

We’ll have lost 8 of our last 13 matches, winning just 4. Awful. 

Yet even if we lose tonight, we are still ‘in the mix’. Just shows how *** the league is this year, which makes it all the more frustrating how we are incapable of going on a winning run. 

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1 minute ago, JMC91 said:

We’ll have lost 8 of our last 13 matches, winning just 4. Awful. 

And still, somehow, we have a lot of fans that think the sun shines out of Warnocks ass. 

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