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What a moron. A liability again. Somehow worse than he was against Leeds where he should have given away a pen and got sent off. I'm lost for words with him.

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Ayala off

 

And off to another club in January hopefully...I've no more patience for him.  :@

 

Its probably what he wants anyway, given the way he's playing.

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And thats that....another few years to look forward to on the champ...Ste Gibson you silly silly man with your stupid we're gonna smash this league comments..whos looking a silly billy now

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Hopefully Fry comes back in now, and stays there.

 

#smashtheleague LMAO.

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Haha Randolph you ***ing something something. We’re an embarrassment to football. Surely this has got to be the end of Monk despite being severely let down by the team today.

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My word. I don't use this weird often, but this has been embarrassing. What the hell is going on? Damage limitation, try to keep this at three because this could be any number

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complete and utter shambles, embarrassing performance, humiliating to watch

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Vydra hat-trick.

 

Howler by Randolph...total mis-kick trying to clear the ball.

 

Today's utter cluster- *** cannot end soon enough.

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And thats that....another few years to look forward to on the champ...Ste Gibson you silly silly man with your stupid we're gonna smash this league comments..whos looking a silly billy now

 

Why berate Gibson for that heat of the moment come to. After spending 45 million we should be smashing the league.

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I'm not feeling much faith / love for Monk at the minute - we are more appalling than when we were in the prem and this is probably a better team with worse opposition

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