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Boro v West Bromwich Albion (A) 3-2 (Saville, Assombalonga (2) )

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well it was fun as long as it lasted.....

 

will Pulis leave now?

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Fry off, Assombalonga on. Maybe he's actually gonna go for it. 4-4-2?

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It's like we're only allowed a half of good football in any game

 

Normally not even that

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well that was the train for auto leaving. Will be a tough struggle to keep top 6 now

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We hit the bar but because it's this ref he's decided we did it illegally and gives a foul against.

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Listen guys. Pulis knows what the fans want and will deliver it. He told us last week. Don't worry. Its gonna be ok.

 

Thought I'd do the optimistic Boro thing for a second.

 

Back to normal. Can Mr pulis please *** off asap please.

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Listen guys. Pulis knows what the fans want and will deliver it. He told us last week. Don't worry. Its gonna be ok.

 

Thought I'd do the optimistic Boro thing for a second.

 

Back to normal. Can Mr pulis please *** off asap please.

 

Shut up you doyle  :P

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Listen guys. Pulis knows what the fans want and will deliver it. He told us last week. Don't worry. Its gonna be ok.

 

Thought I'd do the optimistic Boro thing for a second.

 

Back to normal. Can Mr pulis please *** off asap please.

 

Well the Albion fans who now are loudly chanting

 

 *YOUR FOOTBALL IS $HIT, YOUR FOOTBALL IS $HIT, YOUR FOOTBALL IS $HHHHHHIT.

 

TONY PULIS YOUR FOOTBALL IS $HIT!!*

 

they seem to have unique perspective of our current predicament.

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Murphy coming on for his debut, nailed on to score?

 

EDIT: Also Mikel off, VLP on

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VLP looks ready to come on soon

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