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14 December 2009

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boris

great article as you say the only ones panicking are a handful of supporters and the media, i would also like to add that if there is anyone reading this that booed the players this weekend please dont bother coming to the bridge again we can do without that sort of support. who in thier right mind boos a team that scored 3 cracking goals and got unlucky. SUPPORT THE TEAM OR GO AWAY,

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