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So, I'm new here. Hello. 

 

This is my suggestion to keep the Nsue chant going, following his departure. Because.. well, because I love it.

 

The Red Army

Make me happy

The Red Army

Make me feel this way!

 

 

I posted this on fmttm earlier, but it's just too negative on there today.

 

Then I thought of you guys... 

 

UTB

 

Welcome, Rippers, nice to have you on board.

Like that a lot.

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I haven't even looked at that forum yet today?  Is it bad?

 

the anti-Karanka posters seem to be the most vociferous. ALL the fans really need to be behind the team tonight.

 

After the Charlton debacle last year, we got that vital home win aginst Hull. Then we didn't look back.

 

Tonight's game could have the same bearing on our season

 

C'mon Boro!

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You're not wrong there. We are running out of games you'd really say we have a reasonable chance of winning and with everything going on a bad defeat and unfriendly atmosphere towards Karanka could be damaging.

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