Super Scotty Mac Set To Leave Boro For Free

Australia striker Scott McDonald looks set to bring his rollercoaster three-and-a-half years at the club to a close within the next few days, with Millwall his reported destination (according to Sky Sports, with Tony Mowbray confirming he will most likely be leaving). McDonald is thought to be on wages of around £30,000 a week making…

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Neil Maddison: We Were A Team Full Of Leaders

Neil (Maddo) Maddison was Born 02/10/1969 in Darlington and joined Boro in 1997 from Southampton for £250,000. He was a reliable midfielder who gave 100 percentage every time he played for the club. If you ever wanted a versatile footballer Neil could step in at any time, did his job effectively, gave his best and…

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Bernie Slaven: A Boro Striking Legend

Back in the 80’s the name Bernard Joseph Slaven, a part-time gardener from Paisley was not known to the fans of Middlesbrough but after leaving the football club in 1993 he had left his name firmly established in Boro’s goal scoring records. When he arrived at Middlesbrough railway station after signing for Boro for £25,000,…

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Boro’s Brazilian Boys

The Copacabana seems a long way from the beaches of Teesside but there will always be a Brazilian link with the Boro. Whether it’s a good or bad one we will always have a Brazilian beat. Back in the 80s a little Brazilian called Mirandinha started the trail blazing of the samba stars to arrive…

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Jason Steele – About Time He Was Truly Appreciated

Of all the transfer rumours surrounding our club at the minute, the one which worries me the most is actually that of the potential sale of Jason Steele. Now, I don’t actually believe that we’ll sell him but worryingly, there seems to be a large number of Boro fans who would be perfectly happy with…

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