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1 minute ago, ladyspite said:

The text service say it was a supposed foul

It wasn't, he was flagged offside, the ref even made the offside gesture when he eventually gave it.

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1 minute ago, ladyspite said:

The text service say it was a supposed foul

Nah he was signalling for offside.  I think Ayala starts ahead of the bloke who is marking him and as such the assistant gives it but I'm not sure it was.  Oh well.

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2 minutes ago, northern boro said:

Stoke winning

New manager effect and all that

Could be the playing against Barnsley effect 🙂

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1 minute ago, Brunners said:

It wasn't, he was flagged offside, the ref even made the offside gesture when he eventually gave it.

Ok thanks for clearing that up. text service is weird to follow lol

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Just now, ladyspite said:

Ok thanks for clearing that up. text service is weird to follow lol

no worries 🙂

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I want to make a positive comment about how Boro are playing...

 

...but I also don't want to jinx us...

 

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To be fair, we've played quite well in spells in the last 3-4 games, it's turning that into goals where we struggle.

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9 minutes ago, wilsoncgp said:

Is the radio commentary rubbish for anyone else? Keep getting a bunch of static.

I've noticed this the last couple of games, but it's definitely worse today. Bloody annoying. 

I've emailed them on:     boromatchdaylive@streamamg.com     to complain. Not sure whether the problem is with the streaming service or the bbc Tees people though... 

 

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Just now, Brunners said:

To be fair, we've played quite well in spells in the last 3-4 games, it's turning that into goals where we struggle.

"if that goal counted, it would have been a different story. It's all about luck." 

-Jonathan Woodgate

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