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Rhys Williams has sounded error free today

 

Ayala has a nose bleed

Please don't say things like that :(

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What happened?

 

Linesman was flagging for a Boro free kick and the ref just ignored him

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

 

thats why ayala's got a nosebleed, he just realised that :p

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great. rhys knackered before we can sell him

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Got his studs caught in the turf apparently.

 

What did someone say about him being "error-free"?? :P

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***, this doesnt sound good for rhys :s

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