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1 minute ago, White Band said:

I know it sounds daft given our position, but I'm actually enjoying this season more than last season. Last season completely sucked every bit of love for the game out of me. Just crossing my fingers that we can stay up...

Give me last season back in a heart beat! I'd much rather have Pulis and his 'football' than this relegation battle Woodgate has us in, each to their own I suppose haha! 

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Away to a relegation team playing against ten men and we can’t hold a lead! I think the club needs investigated to route out those laying off bets. 

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Just now, White Band said:

I know it sounds daft given our position, but I'm actually enjoying this season more than last season. Last season completely sucked every bit of love for the game out of me. Just crossing my fingers that we can stay up...

Not a chance for me. Last season was ***, but at least we were winning games and were around the playoffs. The play style was crap, but is it really any better now? It’s all opinions of course, but personally I’m all about results.

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Our game management is terrible, to not be able to hold on to a 2-1 lead against a bottom 3 side that's down to 10 men is embarrassing and dare I say it..............wouldn't of happened if Karanka was in charge

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2 minutes ago, Motor Mouth said:

He was always the villain so we had a fluke Christmas and New Year which was so rare for Boro.

Its about time he stepped aside whilst we still have a chance to keep our heads above the waterline.

I would normally agree...but who could we get in to replace him? I mean, what decent manager would want to come to Boro in our current situation?

Not to say there isn't someone out there, but I reckon you'd have to do a LOT of scouting & interviewing to find them.

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11 minutes ago, Denzel Zanzibar said:

So apart from his uncanny ability to score own goals, is Moukoudi any good?

Tbh i thought he was having a steady game until his yellow card. Thought that was going to be a red.

However, he 22 and coming in to a new league so he needs time imo. Certainly seen parts of his game which are positive. Other parts which need work on but hopefully that will come more he plays

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Just now, mj south said:

Our game management is terrible, to not be able to hold on to a 2-1 lead against a bottom 3 side that's down to 10 men is embarrassing and dare I say it..............wouldn't of happened if Karanka was in charge

Agreed, but you look at the 11 that finished the game. 
Pears, Howson, Moukoudi, Fry/Spence, Coulson, McNair, Wing, Saville, Fletch, Tav, Nmecha

Where’s the leaders? Who’s captain material? 
 

There’s only Howson and Saville. No Leadbitters, Claytons, Ayalas, Gibsons, Friends, Adomahs, Nugents. That promotion team was full of leaders.

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4 minutes ago, Lord_Moose said:

Give me last season back in a heart beat! I'd much rather have Pulis and his 'football' than this relegation battle Woodgate has us in, each to their own I suppose haha! 

I think I'm with you on this.

It may have been awful "anti-football" but at least we were organised and not easy to beat.

The way we play now, its like someone gave a bunch of random strangers Boro kits and said, "go have a kickabout".

 

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If Stoke and Huddersfield win their games in hand (big if, I know), we'll be two places above the relegation zone. That simply isn't good enough two thirds of the way through the season. Nothing is being learned as we stumble and crash through games.

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Wigan boss: "It was a fiercely competitive match. There were 11 yellow cards but there wasn't a bad tackle in the game." 

Bar Moukoudis, he’s right. Awful refereeing performance all round. 

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17 minutes ago, Denzel Zanzibar said:

Luton thread will be up at some point tomorrow.

Really want to give you a 👍. But I like the fact your number is 666 at the moment 😈 

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22 minutes ago, Denzel Zanzibar said:

So apart from his uncanny ability to score own goals, is Moukoudi any good?

Yeah, I think he could be, mate.  Better physically than mentally at the moment but I could see him going on to becoming a good defender over time.  For us he's going to be a fairly gifted defender who will no doubt make a few mistakes.

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Do we just have Moukoudi until end of season or do we have an option to buy? I’ve heard both - not sure what’s true. 

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