Posted by sean on April 6, 2006 at 9:58 pm in Football with No Comments

Well thank you to Middlesbrough Football Club for a thoroughly entertaining game of football this evening. Although I’m not a fan I was backing you all the way and your comeback from 3-0 down (on aggregate) was just superb – well done.

I am sure Boro fans are over the moon tonight after their team’s marvellous comeback. They will be experiencing the same feelings I felt after Leeds beat Southampton 4-3 last November (after being 3-0 down in the 70th minute) and what Liverpool fans felt in that infamous Champions League final.

You feel so, so happy although are a little unsure whether the events are actually reality or just a wonderful dream. You are also a little sad, after all it wasn’t long since your team was in a right pickle 3-0 down. It’s a wonderful feeling, I suppose it’s similar to a junkie taking heroin… then you have the come downs, the shakes, the cold sweats and your team losing 1-0 to Cardiff City the following week.

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