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Wow, Watford 2-0 up against Liverpool

Edit: 3-0 👏👏👏

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5 minutes ago, Ash said:

Wow, Watford 2-0 up against Liverpool

Make that 3-0

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1 hour ago, Blanco said:

Make that 3-0

Aye, I edited the post when they scored again haha. Madness this, gotta love football!

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8 minutes ago, Maccarone said:

Is there hope for us? Can we do a Watford on Monday? 

Nope unless you can find another Nigel Pearson.

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Arsene Wenger has signed up Steve McClaren to review coaching set-ups in developing countries ahead of the 2022 world cup

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43 minutes ago, northern boro said:

Arsene Wenger has signed up Steve McClaren to review coaching set-ups in developing countries ahead of the 2022 world cup

I wonder if it involves dropping one of your star players only to reintroduce him when you realise he was better than what we had. Or playing an inexperienced keeper in a vital qualifier.

 

Tactics when losing throw on every attacking player available especially if you have one with a shaved head.

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On 2/29/2020 at 7:35 PM, Maccarone said:

Is there hope for us? Can we do a Watford on Monday? 

nope.

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I notice on the Kiko Casilla ruling that one of the names on the FA panel was Stuart Ripley... that our Stuart Ripley, anyone know? Think he went into being a solicitor so it's plausible. 

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Matt Smith scored a first half hattrick as Millwall hammered Forest 3-0 away. Puts our result in perspective. Smith is a giant donkey.

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I hate saying complimentary things about Leeds, but Luke Aylings goal today was absolutely freaking incredible. Cross body volley top bins.

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Derby are safe now, so surely the EFL will feel there's no risk in deducting them 9 points.

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Was just looking to see if either Hull or Sheff Wed had sacked their managers and tjere was nothing.

What i did note though is sheff wed have 9 first team players out of contract in summer. Monk has already told Westwood and Sam Hutchinson to go train with reserves and they got likes of Steven Fletcher, Foresteiri and Bannan out of contract.

Huge rebuild required there. And they got FFP issue to balance that with too.

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Sorry if this isn't allowed here. 

 

I am heading up to Boro for my birthday this weekend (I live in the Brighton area) and was wondering what the best pubs are on match day? I'm staying at the Jurys Inn, so some where in that area would probably be best!

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