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1 minute ago, TBWAH said:

Good luck fellas.

Hope we see a good game with no VAR nonsense and a few goals.

 

Won't be VAR at our ground, mate!

Hope it's a close game, I think you should batter us but who knows, FA Cup and all that. I'd think this is something Mourinho would like to win this season though.

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Just now, wilsoncgp said:

Won't be VAR at our ground, mate!

Hope it's a close game, I think you should batter us but who knows, FA Cup and all that. I'd think this is something Mourinho would like to win this season though.

Yeah, an FA Cup and Champions League double would be quite nice 🤣

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8 minutes ago, RiseSirAxlRose said:

I’m really intrigued to see the team today and the attendance..

I hope we put out a strong team and achieve at least a draw. The club needs the revenue from a televised replay or a cup run. We’ve nothing to play for in the league, so resting players would seem a bit pointless to me.
It’s also a bit unfair for players to miss out on a game against a top side, let’s hope Woody sees it the same way. 

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13 minutes ago, BillyWoofs_shinpad said:

 We’ve nothing to play for in the league, so resting players would seem a bit pointless to me.
 

Erm we're gonna win the playoffs mate 

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11 minutes ago, Tuns said:
26 minutes ago, BillyWoofs_shinpad said:

We’ve nothing to play for in the league, so resting players would seem a bit pointless to me.
 

Erm we're gonna win the playoffs mate

 

3 minutes ago, BillyWoofs_shinpad said:

Ha ha, 4 wins and we are going up now.

Ha ha, 4 wins and we are not going down now. 

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setting off to the ground in half hour. will i be able to get tickets at the ground?

 

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5 minutes ago, BearSmog said:

 

Ha ha, 4 wins and we are not going down now. 

I don’t think we’ll go up, I don’t think we’ll go down. Most expected a mid-table finish in a transitional season and I think that’s about right. 
 

If ever there was a time to play a full strength team in the cup, that time is probably now don’t you think?

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2 minutes ago, Dynamo Kev said:

setting off to the ground in half hour. will i be able to get tickets at the ground?

 

You should be fine. As long as you're in decent time. Qs might be long at the ticket office

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22 minutes ago, BillyWoofs_shinpad said:

I don’t think we’ll go up, I don’t think we’ll go down. Most expected a mid-table finish in a transitional season and I think that’s about right. 
 

If ever there was a time to play a full strength team in the cup, that time is probably now don’t you think?

100%.. No midweek game.. Perfect opportunity. 

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Come on lads! Looking forward to this match. Hopefully get to see Roberts and Nmecha play too. UTB

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Delighted to be in Middlesbrough right now. Really looking forward to the match. Heading to the 6 Medals shortly to meet @Downsouth

UTB

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1 hour ago, BillyWoofs_shinpad said:

Ha ha, 4 wins and we are going up now. 
 

Wouldn't put it past the crowd to sing that if we beat Derby next weekend.

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Looks like Tottenham have some big guns in the squad.

Eriksen and Moura are there at the very least.

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