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Just now, Brunners said:

Actually to be fair the last 3-4 minutes we've been pressing again and it's been good.

I want to hope. Can’t watch the game tonight as I’m on vacation in the UAE. Hope you’ll keep me well informed. 

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Just now, Borodane said:

I want to hope. Can’t watch the game tonight as I’m on vacation in the UAE. Hope you’ll keep me well informed. 

I AM posting All I can

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Bilic is furious and shouting at the 4th ref.. Its the world against Slaven, according to.. Well.. Slaven... 

Balcan blood showing

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Encouraging comments from SD I think he hopes he does not have to do the Huddersfield match thread!

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6 minutes ago, Borodane said:

I want to hope. Can’t watch the game tonight as I’m on vacation in the UAE. Hope you’ll keep me well informed. 

We're pressing in fits and starts and when we do, we're winning balls. Haven't created anything massive yet though.

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Wba having the Ball more now.. But they Are ineffective although we dont Block their crosses enough

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If you had 35 minutes for Shottons first stupid pass; you win a prize. Been good other than that.

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Another good passage of play without actually creating much. Crosses aren't beating the first man as usual.

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Tav unintentionally elbowed in the face, ref ignores it and plays on for a good 30 sec. Apparently head injuries don't require stoppage today for some reason.

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