Boyd And McDonald Mediocrity Set To Continue?

For Tony Mowbray, it must be frustrating to see Kris Boyd and Scott McDonald fail to live up to their reputations of once free-scoring SPL strikers at their previous clubs – Rangers and Celtic respectively. It just shows that the transition from Scottish football to English football is much harder than first thought especially from…

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Can Boro Win Two In A Row? Surely Not!

We’ve not seen a post on here for a while, and I’m sorry. A combination of work commitments and a lack of things to talk about have resulted in the blog being rather scarce with information on Boro’s season so far in the Championship. Well, lucky or unlucky for you, the blog will see more…

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Mowbray’s Clean Slate Attitude Could Work Wonders

Tony Mowbray is set for a long winter as Middlesbrough’s new Manager. The former Boro defender, with his tough-tackling attitude as a player, has to tackle the problems that Gordon Strachan and Gareth Southgate left behind. The news that Mowbray had been given the nod as new boss last week was certainly no surprise to…

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Strachan’s Honesty Could Save Boro’s Season

Gordon Strachan walked away from Middlesbrough this afternoon knowing that he had made the right choice. The 53-year-old will look back on his year-long spell at the Riverside as a failed attempt at constructing a team good enough to get out of the Championship. WGS endured a tough time from the ever passionate Boro faithful…

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Strachan Nervously Waits For Gibson Call

Another defeat, this time at home, leaves Middlesbrough sitting agonisingly close to the bottom of the npower Championship this weekend – something that Boro fans can’t really understand. The 2-1 defeat yesterday, to rivals Leeds United, has placed even more pressure on Gordon Strachan as the chorus of boos at the the final whistle rained…

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