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Boro v Barnsley 3-1 (Ayala,Traore,Bamford)

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I'm ignoring GD to be honest it looks like we've sealed these points which means we're 16-19 points off the points you need historically to seal playoffs from a possible 27 to play for we're well positioned now in my opinion this is a big performance at the perfect time.

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Long way to go, Barnsley don't look like pushovers so hopefully we can get more of a cushion

 

There we go! Cracking finish by Adama

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That...that was some unique defending by Besic...

 

It certainly was!

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The question now is should Leadbitter get back in the starting 11 next week I would say no based on recent games

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The question now is should Leadbitter get back in the starting 11 next week I would say no based on recent games

 

He shouldn't but probably will

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Downing air kicks at another deep cross, this time completing the manoeuvre by falling over as well. You can see he wasn't content with his previous effort last week.

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Bristol City matched by Bury with Bury the most dangerous team so far...

 

Would be nice with a Darren Bent goal :D

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Bristol City matched by Bury with Bury the most dangerous team so far...

 

Would be nice with a Darren Bent goal :D

 

Burton, you mean?

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Again Besic does all the hard stuff and then seems reluctant to make the easy pass, instead turning back into danger.

 

He's been EXCELLENT but that's his one flaw as a player atm.

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Bristol City matched by Bury with Bury the most dangerous team so far...

 

Would be nice with a Darren Bent goal :D

 

Burton, you mean?

 

I sure do

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