A Boro win at Norwich would be Karanka’s high point

Only our beloved Boro would put us fans through this very nervy, but exciting situation. It’s just the way we like to do things. After the midweek matches for all concerned it’s as we were at the top of the Championship table. The top four all grabbed wins so we’re now down to the last…

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Boro still in the hunt going into Easter games

Easter is nearly upon us. As a kid this time of year was an exciting one, it was all about about the two week Easter break from school and eating chocolate. Now it’s all about the Bank Holiday football feast. Football at Easter has always been the indicator to me that we are rapidly approaching the final furlong.…

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Bernie Slaven: My last goal for Boro at the Holgate End

Bernard Joseph Slaven was born November 13th 1960 in Paisley, Scotland. He started his career with Greenock Morton in 1980, before having short spells with Airdrie and Queen of the South, playing in just two games for both clubs in 1983. Bernie then got the move that would start his impressive goal-scoring record, joining Albion…

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Can Boro Keep Up With The Pace?

As Boro fans we all know the ups and downs of a typical Middlesbrough season. It’s usually full of inconsistency, disappointment, optimism, elation, all of which resulting in lacklustre performances and some great games thrown in too. However, this season has been fairly consistent, especially the middle part. We now come to the final part…

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Crucial Month for Boro’s Promotion Push

It’s a new month of football with the Boro, which will bring 7 games in the space of just 21 days, starting with a home fixture against Charlton Athletic this afternoon. As the games come thick and fast, we’ll see our beloved team put to the test in this very competitive and close Championship season.…

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