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Boro V Hull City 2-2 (Tavernier, Fletcher)

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Eek! My buttocks are already clenching.

 

Hull pushing for their first goal. Boro very much on the defensive.

 

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We can’t play like this for the rest of the game or we’ll be in trouble 

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1 minute ago, ladyspite said:

somekind of 5-4-1?

I hope you are including Randolph in the 5, as we don't need a points deduction right now 💀

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Just now, SouthWest Boro said:

I hope you are including Randolph in the 5, as we don't need a points deduction right now 💀

Heh sorry 🙂 5-3-1

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If we park the bus like this best we can hope for is a 2 all draw. No chance we can do this for the next 40 minutes. 

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Not looking good is it. Can’t see us holding out and I can’t come up with a tactical solution. 

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Nice tackle by Howson for a goal kick.

Boro need to start trying to play out from the back to retain some possession. Don't just lump it forward.

Also actually try to win the ball back, instead of just shadowing the Hull players.

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