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Middlesbrough fans don’t want David Wagner to replace Tony Pulis

Huddersfield Town announced the departure by mutual consent of manager David Wagner on Monday, and Middlesbrough fans were quick to react to the news on Twitter.

The 47-year-old was often lauded for the job he did with the Terriers having taken them to the Premier League despite ending the season with a goal difference of minus two.

He then kept them there despite not having the biggest of budgets, but after taking only one point from the last 27 available and being knocked out of the FA Cup by Bristol City, the German and the Yorkshire outfit have now gone their separate ways.

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Meanwhile, Boro are well in the Championship promotion picture under Tony Pulis, but the 60-year-old’s negative style of play at the Riverside Stadium has often been questioned even if it continues to yield positive results, and it is no surprise that the attention of many frustrated fans has been caught by Wagner’s departure.

Middlesbrough supporters took to social media to give their thoughts on the former Town manager but the following were in agreement that they didn’t want him with one saying “he scores fewer goals and concedes way more than Pulis”, and another simply said “no thanks”.

Here is just a selection of the Twitter reaction…

Article title: Middlesbrough fans don’t want David Wagner to replace Tony Pulis

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