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Boro v Barnsley 1-0 (Fletcher)

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7 minutes ago, Borodane said:

That bench😩

Get any injuries today and we could be relying on some of those players against Leeds:classic_blush:

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Am hoping we see more of Wing tonight in a very positive way in fact I think he will score tonight and at the correct end!

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1 minute ago, LinoJo3 said:

Who the *** is ‘Hackney’?

Hayden Hackney is one of our brightest young players. I think he's still only like 16 or something mad.

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3 minutes ago, Neverbefore said:

Is this on the red button?

Yes NB4 it sure is

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16 minutes ago, Brunners said:

Hayden Hackney is one of our brightest young players. I think he's still only like 16 or something mad.

I think both him and Wood are born 2002

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Friend out until February and by return it could be pretty much over. To all the brave souls heading to the game I salute you. 

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1 hour ago, Barnaby said:

I get soggy trousers whether its raining or not most days its called old age...just saying

 

Age catch’s up with us all. If I manage a night out these days I swear after three downed pints I spend more time at the urinal then the bar. In fact I think I pass more than I down. I also think there are more chemicals in  beer judging by my lasting hangovers 

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