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5 hours ago, Padders said:

I"ll have a few quid on Tony Pullis being the next one.

It may be odds on tho'.

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On 03/04/2019 at 16:02, St Petre said:

It may be odds on tho'.

More odds on now!

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Pulis is out of contract at the end the season and I can't see him getting it renewed. My brother in law and nephews are Boro fans and they can't wait for him to go as the football this season has been abysmal.

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On 07/04/2019 at 13:22, charliewag said:

Pulis is out of contract at the end the season and I can't see him getting it renewed. My brother in law and nephews are Boro fans and they can't wait for him to go as the football this season has been abysmal.

As a boro fan myself think TP will go end of the season hate losing managers always the scapegoat. The amoebas on the field do the work 

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If Pulis does go as expected what are the chances of Tony Mowbray going back to the Boro? He's done a decent job at Blackburn the last couple of years.

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If Joey Barton is found guilty surely he should go......from the BBC

 

 

An incident allegedly involving Joey Barton leaving a rival manager with "blood pouring from his face" is being investigated by police.

The Fleetwood boss clashed with Barnsley manager Daniel Stendel in the tunnel after Saturday's 4-2 League One defeat at Oakwell,according to Barnsley player Cauley Woodrow.

He claimed on Twitter that Stendel had been "physically assaulted" and left with "blood pouring from his face". Woodrow later deleted the tweet.

On Monday, South Yorkshire Police issued a new statement, saying: "South Yorkshire Police is continuing to investigate reports of an assault at Barnsley Football Club on the afternoon of Saturday 13 April.

"No arrests have been made at this time and enquiries remain ongoing."

Barnsley said they "could confirm there was an alleged incident" and the club was"assisting the police with its enquiries". Fleetwood said they had "been made aware of an alleged incident" and were "currently establishing the facts".

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https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/48251716

 

Poor old Chris Hughton gone at Brighton- did look on thin ice and although I like Chris (ex Spurs man) I think the squad needs more than one system to play.

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I was just about to post a thread on how anti football Brighton play.

 

From the kick off they went for touch rugby style.

 

Their centre forward Murray was their furthest forward at times 20-30 yards inside his own half.

 

For the second goal Murray misplaced a pass back in to his own penalty box - but what was he doing standing just outside his own penalty box anyway?

 

At home cheered on by 30 000 plus enthusiatic fans they play a ultra defensive brand of football that is appalling on the eye. I swapped channels just before half time to watch a real estate show.

 

The local preliminary final here in Australia was a far,far better spectacle. 

 

A 5-0 win to Sydney over Melbourne.  At least Melbourne tried to attack from the start to the finish.

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