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Reading - worst defence in the league, no clean sheets, enter Boro. Hull - longest run without a win in all four divisions, enter Boro. It just isn’t happening- Warnocks promotion teams would have won

In 1801, Middlesbrough was a small farm with a population of just 25. Joseph Pease of Darlington needed a port for his coal ships, so created 'Port Darlington' and brought in Irish labourers to create

If he can’t do anymore with this squad then he needs to go

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2 minutes ago, locoman1958 said:

Why are we so bad ? We have some decent players, I don't get it !

Because we have a bloody awful manager

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Once again. We rue the missed chances. The worst thing about it was they were bloody good chances.
Sorry. But you cant blame NW for those players missing those opportunities. That should have been a comfortable win regardless of the fluke goal.

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2 minutes ago, Borodane said:

I wouldn’t blame the ref. I’ve always said that it isn’t helping us that Warnock is an embarrassing imbecile on the touch line who spend more time berating the ref than actually managing his “football” team. 

If I was a ref I'd definitely spite Warnock. 

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We now have a 2 week international break to listen to an array of excuses as to why we are as bad as we are, this should be the end of the line for him.

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Just now, BoroAbroad said:

Once again. We rue the missed chances. The worst thing about it was they were bloody good chances.
Sorry. But you cant blame NW for those players missing those opportunities. That should have been a comfortable win regardless of the fluke goal.

We got those chances because Hull are *** terrible and everyone will get those chances vs them. NWs *** tactics made that game seriously shitty for the vast majority of it.

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1 minute ago, BoroAbroad said:

Once again. We rue the missed chances. The worst thing about it was they were bloody good chances.
Sorry. But you cant blame NW for those players missing those opportunities. That should have been a comfortable win regardless of the fluke goal.

We lost 2-0, Warnock's game management was *** shocking. Subs in the 84th minute ffs

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1 minute ago, boro_fan_in_brum said:

Tav is crap.

He’s good until he has to do the important bit. Poor final ball, shot and decision making. Hasn’t got over 10 goal contributions in a season yet

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2 minutes ago, boro_fan_in_brum said:

Tav is crap.

He’s not. But he has definitely been crap today 

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Just now, boro-unger said:

Pathetic. I don't know why I get my hopes up!

I am the same wasting half my day arranging to watch the game. I feel I’ve been mugged and keep going back for more. I feel an idiot, a clown and I’m ****ing angry and embarrassed. 
 

That’s our supporters booing. I see NW made no attempt to challenge the ref, I feel he knows it game over. 

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