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2 minutes ago, Brunners said:

We have the ball in the net after a beautiful training ground move from a free kick but I think Britt stepped forward too early and it's called back for offside ?

Boro bench informed it's not offside and we've been jipped again apaprently!

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Let's hope that this gives us the will to take the game to Reading and get a legit goal 

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6 minutes ago, Brunners said:

It's nice to have a half with no major refereeing decisions as well. In fact we may have got away with one depending on your view of the Clayton incident.

Your fault for the offside goal decision. ???

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1 minute ago, BoroAbroad said:

Your fault for the offside goal decision. ???

yeah sorry guys, that was totally on me ?

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Everybody said we'd have a dodgy decision against us after threatening to sue the efl lol

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Don’t throw away another lead now Boro. Keep going and get the win

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Joao and Puscas coming on for Reading

 

Ayala for Boro - swapping to 3 at the back?

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