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  1. 1. Result V the tractor boys

    • Win
      19
    • Draw
      8
    • Loss
      1


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George friend does a great run in from the left, checks inside the box, takes a shot with his right and curls miles wide

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Apparently boltons stuart holden has done his cruciate AGAIN.

Feel terrible for him if that's the case.

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Friend again on goal - brilliant approach play but totally mucks up his shot! :(

 

In fairness, it was a right-footed effort, rather than his favoured left.

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We need a shot into the net........will it be a fluke own goal that breaks our duck???

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Carayol with a brilliant effort from 20 yards. Keeper palms it away for a corner.

 

We really are knocking on the door, but nobody's answering...

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Carayol had two good chances already this match, just now has shot from 20 yrs out just saved (I think?) for corner

 

Carayol has the beating of his marker as always. could be fun times

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Poor old Ledesma feeling Karanka's wrath again. Lets hope he can get a goal or assist to to show he's worth persevering with.

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The longer it goes tehn the more the doubts creep in what a pity we could not have scored virtually within 10 mins of kick off

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end to end stuff here, Ipswich should have scored after a lucky deflection lands perfect for an Ipswich guy (Paul Smith?)

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