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The best part of the game was Vossen not getting a throw in and pulling a beautiful "WHAT THE ****" complete with 360 degree spin and fist clenching.

 

Magical.

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The best part of the game was Vossen not getting a throw in and pulling a beautiful "WHAT THE ****" complete with 360 degree spin and fist clenching.

 

Magical.

 

That made me lol. :D

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Does anyone with acces to their fans forum know what they said? I wonøt hold it against them if they felt hard done by.

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A minor point about our away form, in the past 4 league games away we've scored one goal and it was a penalty. I'm not too concerned as we generally create a lot of chances (Brentford probably least so), with oppo keepers being motm and we smashed two past Man C, but I'm sure Karanka and the lads will be working hard to address it. Like everyone I hope it's sooner rather than later.

 

UP THE BORO!

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Does anyone with acces to their fans forum know what they said? I wonøt hold it against them if they felt hard done by.

 

They were hard done by, but very salty and wouldn't entertain any comments about the ref being a 'homer' and us playing poorly.

 

Nice enough bunch at their ground to be fair!

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