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

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FFS!

Utterly PATHETIC!

 

I bloody SAID this would happen!

 

Boro camping in the penalty area, letting Hull dictate the game...and they score again!
 

BORO 2 - 2 HULL

 

Hull are gonna win this now. Boro have just completely bottled it. 😡 Being a man down is NOT an excuse for playing like this.

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1 minute ago, Ayeres said:

Sack him already...

Look at that bench. What else can he do 

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10 men or 11 our defending is absolutely appauling. We look vulnerable everytime a team comes towards us. Genuinely gutting considering how we were first half 

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What a waste to probably our best 40 minute spell all season. Marvin Johnson has dropped us 2 points minimum.

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2 minutes ago, AnglianRed said:

FFS!

Utterly PATHETIC!

 

I bloody SAID this would happen!

 

Boro camping in the penalty area, letting Hull dictate the game...and they score again!
 

BORO 2 - 2 HULL

 

Hull are gonna win this now. Boro have just completely bottled it. 😡 Being a man down is NOT an excuse for playing like this.

Absolutely agree. We couldn't score past 10 men Fulham, Hull have just scored 2 in nearly as many minutes. Nothing can excuse this level of performance im sorry. 

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Can't blame Johnson for this, yes he was stupidly sent off but then it's down to the manager to organise the team to play with a man short,  if Woodgate can't organise a team 2-0 up and down to 10 men, then he's to blame 

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You can't camp on your own 6 yard box for 45 minutes. I know we're going to be under pressure with 10 men but we're far too deep

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Well one thing is for certain Boro certainly screw with your emotions more than a woman can ever do!

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3 minutes ago, Brunners said:

What a waste to probably our best 40 minute spell all season. Marvin Johnson has dropped us 2 points minimum.

While it was a bloody stupid sending off, its a bit harsh to put ALL the blame on Marvin.

There are 9 other guys out there who have failed to do their jobs properly.

 

I mean, how many times have you seen teams reduced to 10 men, become HARDER to play against?

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Just don't get bringing Clayton on only to stick Mcnair and Tav left side defending when you have Coulson on the bench.

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Lay the blame where people like, were 2-0 up and looking half decent.

 

Johnson was stupid, Woodgate hasn't set the team up second half and has reverted to his Pulis training manual, some of the players don't look like they know how to defend and where are the leaders in the team?

Positively, when we had 11 men we looked better than our league position, so something to work with going into the Barnsley game. If we don't win that, then we're in even bigger trouble.

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Woodgate has been out done on tactics here he did catch Hull out at the start but then their manager at half time changed it around then he's turned it around. Woodgate just put Clayton on and hoped to hang on we offer nothing attacking wise this half as just have Assombalonga up top he can't hold on to it as doesn't have Fletcher to support him!

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