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This is the Wing I fell in love with. Best player on the pitch today so far.

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1 minute ago, Brunners said:

They've had one chance all game, especially since going down to 10 men. We've missed two sitters (again).

Sadly not a new problem.¬†ūüėě

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1 minute ago, SmogDane said:

Britt heads wide from great Wing cross.. Impossible to miss from there

The impossible is always possible with Boro, you have to ask are they missing on purpose?

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Wing absolutely running the game right now. Tav looking bright too

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If I was a midfielder in this team I would try and score myself because you can not trust Ass and Fletcher whatsoever.

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1 minute ago, Downsouth said:

If I was a midfielder in this team I would try and score myself because you can not trust Ass and Fletcher whatsoever.

Even with a one foot tap in 

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Maybe it’s time to force the boots back on to Robbie Keane. He knows what the net is for

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1 minute ago, TeaCider24 said:

We've been rubbish against 10 men.

Can't hit the target to save our lives.

I aggree but only on the target hitting part.. We play it Well arpund.. And more chance will come.. 

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Tav is getting a bandage on his foot.. Arpund the boot and all

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1 minute ago, DurhamRed said:

Even with a one foot tap in 

On the face of it not winning games has been down to misses by our strikers and playing behind them must be so frustrating so much so that maybe you preclude them in a build up. Need Wing, Tav or anyone to score a cracker from outside the bow

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Half time 

I doubt Tav is playing 2nd Half 

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