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Boro v Barnsley 1-0 (Fletcher)

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1 minute ago, Downsouth said:

Certainly not playing at the level we showed against Hull

Hard to play like we did against hull when the ball is moving so slow

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These conditions are atrocious. Barnsley are probably happy about that. 

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2 minutes ago, BoroJake said:

Dijksteel injured. Bola on

Leeds will be so looking forward to playing us on Saturday

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2 minutes ago, Borodane said:

These conditions are atrocious. Barnsley are probably happy about that. 

Woodgate has another ready made excuse if we do no win this, blame it on the weather and pitch 

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Just now, Borodane said:

Barnsley the better team. We’re about as bad as the weather. 

I really felt we would be up for this game and the dominant team but on this evidence sadly not.

At least the fans are trying to urge them on, perhaps the game getting abandoned might not be too bad

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