Peter Brine: Arguably One Of The Best Middlesbrough Sides Ever Produced

Part 2 What was it like being at the club when you won promotion to Division 1 and the manner in which it was achieved. Did you get any special bonuses from the club? PB. It was a special moment in my life to be involved with the club at the time. How many people…

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I Was Unbelievably Fortunate To Play Against Pele

Peter Brine was born July 18th 1953 in Greenwich, London. He played all his career with Middlesbrough, coming through the ranks making his first team debut in 1972. The underrated Londoner went on to play 60 games for the club, winning a Championship medal in the great Jack Charlton team of 1974 before leaving the…

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Can Boro Keep The Momentum Going?

With good reason Boro fans expectations of this roller-coaster season have significantly risen over the past month, in which an extraordinary turn of events has seen them go from relegation candidates to potential Play-Off contenders. In their last five games Boro have taken a decisive 13 points out of a possible 15 and seem to…

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Karanka Builds Boro Foundations With Shay Given

It’s no accident that we have seen our defence become more solid in the past couple of months. The clean sheets are starting to appear which is a sure sign that Karanka is doing the business on the training ground and in the office. Preparation is key, with our Spanish Head Coach planning and cultivating…

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Can Boro Keep Their League Form Running?

They may be out of the cup but Boro’s season is far from over. The contrast from a month ago is that rather than sitting an alarming three points above the relegation zone they’re now primed in a six point range of the Play-Offs, after 10 points out of 12 over Christmas showed just how…

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