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  1. Can’t argue with that, I guess I’m managing my own expectations just in case we bring in seven Ryan Kents over the summer
  2. Completely agree with the OP. Call me glass half empty or whatever, but I’m not sure near misses really help us. We need to put promotion to bed, near misses just demonstrate to other clubs that we have talented players ripe for the picking.
  3. This summer, and after any season we play well, will be spent replacing lost talent rather than strengthening. Pointless building slowly over a number of seasons when teams from the league above get £20m or whatever to spend.
  4. Hopefully the scores stay as is. The best we could have hoped for to be honest.
  5. concede straight after half time, standard stuff
  6. Should have gone down a couple of divisions for a fortnight
  7. Hopefully this isn’t another Ipswich or Wigan hiccup.
  8. All I could find regarding the assessor was this: Obviously there are many emotions after a game like that. I was pleased that we kept going and kept trying to attack to get back into it, but certain parts of our game and decisions went against us and cost us today. "The penalty, we felt was a poor decision, but they're a good side and it was always going to be a difficult game. "Weimann's header wasn't offside and I've just been in with the referee and the assessors because it's so important to get the simple ones right. But we can't allow poor decisions to affect our game." No suggestion that the assessor admitted the referee got anything wrong, which is particularly galling. The lack of transparency is what’s so frustrating. At least if we see referees being held to account fans can be reassured that something is being done, even when it’s too late for the game concerned.
  9. I can’t see anything on the bbc website about what happened between LJ and the assessor oh to be a fly on the wall....
  10. Probably bollocks but rumours on Twitter that Grealish has a sickness bug and won’t play
  11. A draw would be an excellent result
  12. Great performance tonight, looked class going forwards and in defence
  13. What ever happened to that Middlesbrough fan who spent 20 minutes before a match walking up and down the dolman in his Boro shirt with Flint on the back? When we weren’t even playing Boro that day
  14. Outstanding result again. Brilliant from LJ and the team
  15. The thickest fans in football, absolutely brilliant
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