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Boro v Luton Town (A) 3-3 (Fletcher, Assombalonga, Wing)

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Suprised to see McNair instead of Sav. Not disappointed though, hope McNair has a good season and finds some form.

Shame Browne isn’t playing though, probably rather him on the wing than Fletcher..

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Just now, northern boro said:

 

Randolph

Howson Ayala Shotton Coulson

Clayton McNair Wing Johnson

Fletcher Assombalonga

Lol it's unlikely to be a 4-4-2 mate.

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Presume Fletcher is on the left and Johnson on the right.

initially didn’t like the thought of Fletch out there, but knowing how much Coulson bombs forward, I’d imagine he will come inside and link with Britt when attacking. Could work well, here’s hoping.

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Just now, Brunners said:

Lol it's unlikely to be a 4-4-2 mate.

you trying to say clayton cant play right mid?

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Not the team I was expecting but tav and Browne could come on and change the dynamic quite easily if needed fancy fletcher FGS

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2 minutes ago, Brunners said:

Johnson and Fletcher start, Browne and Bola on bench.

Well they've both earned it with their great form in pre-season ?‍♂️

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Not as adventurous a line up as I was expecting but I'm delighted to see Coulson getting a start and it'll be interesting to see how Johnson gets on as he was a forgotten man for all of last season

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