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already accepted that its probably a very low finish/relegation and i blame no one else but gibson for it.

 

his constant bad decisions have led us to this point and its unfair to blame woodgate its not like he was going to say no to the job.

Then the shocking transfer window just adds to the dross we see now...

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Freekick edge of the box.. Left side.. Wing findes the north stand.. 

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Just now, SmogDane said:

Freekick edge of the box.. Left side.. Wing findes the north stand.. 

Just misses the north sea.

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Most of the team played okay, don't think we deserved to lose.

Lewis Wing has completely lost it though, nigh on useless.

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Like honestly don't find anything to get excited by with this team as isn't even appearing to be young players emerging to build a side around that was meant to be the plan all his signings are sat on the bench aswell 

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I am actually numb to Boro results now as clearly we are going to go down this season and I can not see us avoiding it

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Just now, TeaCider24 said:

Most of the team played okay, don't think we deserved to lose.

Lewis Wing has completely lost it though, nigh on useless.

Lewis Wing has never looked good in that deeper role any time I've seen him, so playing him there in a period where he's already looking pretty bad is just a recipe for disaster.

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Today I dont think we desreved to lose, we are realy wasteful infront of goal

 

W crated a lot of good chances against the top team, thats atleast a step forwards from the last matches

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Just now, ballyclover said:

1 point away from relegation places. Well played gibbo

Until Wednesday when Huddersfield leap frog over us

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10 minutes ago, Brunners said:

To be fair this does feel really cruel. I genuinely believe we deserve something out of this game, so to still lose hurts.

Cruel or not it’s more a picture of where we are as a team. We’re just that bad. I’m seeing so many similarities between us and that Sunderland team in the Netflix series. No matter how many fans are in denial we are a team that’s seriously staring relegation in the face. Overpriced players, incredibly poor recruitment, a manager seriously out of depth and a chairman gone awol. Shambles all around and it’s going to end in tears. 

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Season over. We're finished. All good these comments of "oh it was better though" but fact of the matter is we lost, that's the stat that counts. If Gibson cares about the club, he'd be looking for a new manager. Same problems not addressed. 

Absolutely miserable state of affairs how the club has just fell to pieces in the last 5 years 

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Huddersfield is a massive game as if we lose are in the relagation zone and can't see where the points are coming from 

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