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Hi all, Cardiff fan in peace always had a soft spot for Boro ever since seeing your support in Cardiff early doors in the FA cup in the 90's.     Anyway after reading some comments about it

Introduction  I don't know where to start with this thread,  our season appears to be in a state of flux and Boro fans are struggling to know how to feel  We could probably do with a ni

Better team, deserve to come away with something - their goal was very predictable.  Anyone saying Warnock out, ridiculous.

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A point is no more than we deserve, but I think that could be our season over. Cardiff were rubbish, we were rubbish.

Played well before their goal, but we were utter *** for the rest of the match.

5 points is too big a gap for us to overturn when we can't string a run of wins together and can't defend for toffee.

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1 minute ago, boro-unger said:

If we were any threat from corners, we'd have won about 5-1 today. Did Cardiff even have one corner?

Nope they had zero corners thank god or they'd have scored again. Meanwhile us 11

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1 minute ago, boro-unger said:

If we were any threat from corners, we'd have won about 5-1 today. Did Cardiff even have one corner?

Not according to the stats.

Wouldn't be so bad but we seem to prefer to try and win corners, than create goalscoring chances.

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2 minutes ago, Whoppy said:

Better team, deserve to come away with something - their goal was very predictable. 

Anyone saying Warnock out, ridiculous.

Averaging one point a game over the last 11 games. It's hardly good is it? Especially considering how poor we are to watch.

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Meh. I'd have taken a point before kick-off and a draw is a pretty fair reflection of the game.

Cardiff offered very little threat and while Boro played the better football and had more possession, they did very little with it. Think their keeper only had 1 save to make in the first half. Bettinelli wasn't overly stretched either.

Overall a scrappy game with one soft goal for Cardiff and a scrappy equaliser that we just about deserved.

 

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Well was as I expected Cardiff big buggers who win everything in air we played hoofball struggled concede on long thrown in. Then we make subs start playing in floor score a goal isn't rocket science. 

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2 minutes ago, Whoppy said:

Better team, deserve to come away with something - their goal was very predictable. 

Anyone saying Warnock out, ridiculous.

Imagine watching that, all the previous 10 or so games, and thinking "yep, this is the road forwards!".

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