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Colemans Left Hook

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We have a new variation of a mistake

he just fell over (tripped by a blade of grass) allowing Chris Wood to bear in on goal and hammer it in . As I type Dunk throws a Burnley player to the floor in the Burnley penalty area(28 minutes)after the whistle had gone.

at this rate Rovers will be playing Brighton next season.   :scarf: :scarf: :scarf: :scarf:

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Re: The Lewis Dunk Own Goals might have dried up but ...
« Reply #1 on February 09, 2019, 06:07:34 PM by foxbat »
to give them a good beating at their stadium would be , so good.

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Re: The Lewis Dunk Own Goals might have dried up but ...
« Reply #2 on February 09, 2019, 06:11:30 PM by Chris Black come back »
Danny Baker calls them “oddly entitled” and he is spot on. God only knows how they have managed to self-define themselves as the soul of football. Their new stadium is shit and when we were forced to go to that running track to watch us play them, it was half empty so not sure where all their new support has come from. Fact that Dunk made another crushing error today has cheered me up no end and hopefully it will be the goal that sinks them today.

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Re: The Lewis Dunk Own Goals might have dried up but ...
« Reply #3 on February 09, 2019, 06:24:21 PM by Colemans Left Hook »
could say he's the "fall guy"  :crying: but they aren't that bad Heaton is showing that he is by miles the best English goalkeeper -  think on balance they deserve to be drawing but if it went in their net by whatever means for 2-0 could see them collapsing --  they are in a really bad (or good from your point of view) streak of form and the Cardiff win has put pressure on both teams.

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Re: The Lewis Dunk Own Goals might have dried up but ...
« Reply #4 on February 09, 2019, 06:52:01 PM by Colemans Left Hook »
2-0 i wood say !!

non existent defending

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Re: The Lewis Dunk Own Goals might have dried up but ...
« Reply #5 on February 09, 2019, 07:05:25 PM by Colemans Left Hook »
3-0

brighton should have had a penalty for handball 20 seconds later Burnley go up the other end and get a penalty so it's 3-0 shame (NOT) that  :crying: :crying: :crying:


3-1 some people think it's all over it is now  -- 10 hour drive to Burnley

wonder if Brighton might sack their manager
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