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If you are a pride or ST holder can go down to the match tonight for FREE I have been told, so show support to the young lads tonight and see some future Boro stars!

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Think I'll be popping down to this for a laugh.

 

Any idea on the lineup powlay?

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going to try and pop down myself. £3 in and £2 parking for non ST or BP card holders

 

hoping may get to see a bit of the two brazilians if they're doing alright.

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going to try and pop down myself. £3 in and £2 parking for non ST or BP card holders

 

hoping may get to see a bit of the two brazilians if they're doing alright.

 

One of the Brazilians is playing.

 

Ripley, Bennett, Jackson, Burgess, Weldon, Zemmama, Rhoden, Morris, Reach, Williams L, Fewster.

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