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Boro v Sunderland (A) 3-3 (Bamford (2) Leadbitter)

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Awful defending what a bunch of idiots!

 

Guy who has not scored for nearly 4 years grabs a equaliser and we get a bloody draw which is no good for us

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A hard fought draw against the worst team in this league. We’re such a joke led by a ***ing dinosaur

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For a defensive minded coach who is supposed to be particularly good at set pieces, we concede an awful lot from corners.

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Pure dog ***. Cannot defend. Wastes of space. Another saturday night ***ing ruined!!!

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Goodness me. Awful. Home or away, losing any points to Sunderland this season is just awful. Should be ashamed of themselves, the lot of them.

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Who was it on here, who prayed for a draw ealier??

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Oh Boro, why the *** do you do this to us. Useless bunch of morons.

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Didn't everyone say they want to see goals rather than boring 0-0s?

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