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any body having troubles with listening to the match VIA boro +


Any radio streams?

 

you got any streams yet?

 

No but doesn't sound like I'm missing much

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Ayala and Carayol both with decent chances, deflected out for a corner, cleared

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Guest unclegrimley

When Ali Brownlee responds to the comment "maybe Boro are growing in to the game" with "Let's hope so" you know things aren't looking good.

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This has a scrappy 1-0 written all over it

 

Exactly what i was just thinking, hopefully to us...

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Rhys Williams has sounded error free today

 

Don't tempt fate, it isn't even half time yet

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Guest robbieboro82

1-0 will do me, move us up to 7th as it stands!!

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