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He will get a good reception, I'm pretty sure of that. Even those who didn't like his style of football will at least appreciate that he did a good job for 80% of the time he was here.

 

I'd question your percentage ;)

 

*swims up*

*sniffs bait*

*swims away*

 

:D

 

Grrr! You did better than me Tom.

 

Nasty Will :D

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I have no idea what team will turn up and after the Burton game would put money on a 3-1 defeat.

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I have no idea what team will turn up and after the Burton game would put money on a 3-1 defeat.

 

Forest scoring three goals is even rarer than us doing it. I'll be very surprised if that's the score (although clearly not impossible).

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I can see a 1-0 win here with a grind of a game.

Hope Assombalonga does better than the reverse fixture if he plays!

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Barnsley doing everything to help us.

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I can see a 1-0 win here with a grind of a game.

Hope Assombalonga does better than the reverse fixture if he plays!

 

I kind of hope that Assombolonga starts. He was awful in the away fixture. If our fans can get behind him he could prove to be really valuable to us in the remaining games.

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Great to be back breathing Boro air. Really looking forward to this. Come on Boro. 3-0 win

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Damn. Out of the play offs now.

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Damn. Out of the play offs now.

 

For now. Have faith young padawan.

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Leadbitter again. At least Howson also start.

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