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Boro goalkeeper Joe Fryer has suffered a double leg fracture whilst playing on loan at Carlisle on Saturday he's got a confirmed break of the tibia and fibula

 

Ouch!

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"Boro's away matches against Sheffield Wednesday and Stoke City in October and November have been selected for live Sky Sports coverage.

 

The match against the Owls at Hillsborough will now kick off at 7.45pm on Friday October 19.

 

Our trip to Stoke - Boro manager Tony Pulis' former club - will now kick off at 5.30pm on Saturday November 3"

 

https://www.mfc.co.uk/news/friday-night-football-for-boro-against-sheffield-wednesday

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Leeds get another 4 games moved for October and November. 4 of the 10 games are Leeds games.

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Leeds get another 4 games moved for October and November. 4 of the 10 games are Leeds games.

 

Makes sense I suppose, along with Villa they are comfortably the biggest clubs in the Championship.  The fact that they've also started ok only increases the interest in them.

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Leeds get another 4 games moved for October and November. 4 of the 10 games are Leeds games.

 

Makes sense I suppose, along with Villa they are comfortably the biggest clubs in the Championship.  The fact that they've also started ok only increases the interest in them.

 

Are Leeds a big club?

 

Wonder if there fans know :s

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Leeds get another 4 games moved for October and November. 4 of the 10 games are Leeds games.

 

Makes sense I suppose, along with Villa they are comfortably the biggest clubs in the Championship.  The fact that they've also started ok only increases the interest in them.

 

Are Leeds a big club?  

 

Wonder if there fans know :s

 

They are the champions, the champions of Europe  :liar: :rolleyes:

 

Except they aren't and never have been  :liar:  :frown:

 

Although in fairness they probably should have been  :sick: :crying:

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MOST LONG BALLS 2018/19

 

1. 475 Sheff Wed

2. 473 Hull City

3. 468 Rotherham

4. 464 Nottm Forest

5. 461 Preston

 

BORO, Leeds, Norwich, Swansea and Brentford are the ONLY teams to play UNDER 400 long balls this season so far.

 

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MOST LONG BALLS 2018/19

 

1.  475  Sheff Wed

2.  473  Hull City

3.  468  Rotherham

4.  464  Nottm Forest

5.  461  Preston

 

BORO, Leeds, Norwich, Swansea and Brentford are the ONLY teams to play UNDER 400 long balls this season so far.

 

I would like to see % instead, we dont do many passes in a match so ofc we dont do so many longballs but the % is probably higher than most teams ;)

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MOST LONG BALLS 2018/19

 

1.  475  Sheff Wed

2.  473  Hull City

3.  468  Rotherham

4.  464  Nottm Forest

5.  461  Preston

 

BORO, Leeds, Norwich, Swansea and Brentford are the ONLY teams to play UNDER 400 long balls this season so far.

 

I would like to see % instead, we dont do many passes in a match so ofc we dont do so many longballs but the % is probably higher than most teams ;)

 

I'll ask them and get back to you.

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On Braithwaite’s wife’s instagram.. he’s having a nice dip in the sea down Saltburn. He’s a braver man than I.

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MOST LONG BALLS 2018/19

 

1.  475  Sheff Wed

2.  473  Hull City

3.  468  Rotherham

4.  464  Nottm Forest

5.  461  Preston

 

BORO, Leeds, Norwich, Swansea and Brentford are the ONLY teams to play UNDER 400 long balls this season so far.

 

I would like to see % instead, we dont do many passes in a match so ofc we dont do so many longballs but the % is probably higher than most teams ;)

 

I'll ask them and get back to you.

 

Boro play 20% of long balls (80% short). By comparison, Birmingham 25%, Bolton 25% and Rotherham 30%. The league averages are around 18-20%.

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