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This is just a tribute :o

 

Are you saying that this is not, the greatest match thread in the world, ho ho no no?!

 

Couldn't remember, the greatest match thread in the world... This is a tribuuuuute

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This is just a tribute :o

 

Are you saying that this is not, the greatest match thread in the world, ho ho no no?!

 

Couldn't remember, the greatest match thread in the world... This is a tribuuuuute

 

The key to winning this game is tenacity. Especially around their penalty area. You could say we need to be 'Tenacious around the D' :d

 

(I'll get my coat :s)

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im so pleased some of you realised what I was trying to start :D

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Look into the thread and it's easy to see,

DS wrote a poem, then we beat Burnley,

It was destiny...

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He asked us: "Be you angels?"

And we said, "Nay. We are but men."

 

BOROOOOOOOOOOOOOO

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Once every hundred-thousand years or so,

When players don't whine and their boots don't glow,

And the fan base grows...

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You never know we may be on a roll and maybe we can turn these over.

Better get the beer and pies in I see we have a connection.

Should be well worth watching, and a good game either way.

Dare I say 2-2.

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I've been saying all week that there is no chance of the play-offs, but can it really hurt to get bit of optimism back into the season? Beat Burnley and Reading and it's all to play for. Maybe. Probably not though

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I think we'll lose but there's no disgrace in that. Burnley have only lost four matches all year and are flying high at the moment. Plus we have no defence whatsoever.

 

I think we can capitalise maybe on their nervousness but honestly I just don't see it.

 

2-0 Burnley.

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Do Burnley even have any fit strikers?

 

Ashley Barnes scored for them t'other day so I think they've got a grand total of one. Still more than we have fit CBs :)

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Do Burnley even have any fit strikers?

 

I think Ings is set to return which is bad news.


Who do we reckon will play left back?

Is Parnaby fit?

Is Meling ready to step up?

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