Mowbray Leaves Celtic For Boro?

The 4-0 defeat to St Mirren last night was the final straw for the Celtic board resulting in Tony Mowbray’s departure at Celtic Park this afternoon. I’ve been following the Hoops this season ever since Gordon Strachan decided to raid his former club during the January transfer window. The likes of Barry Robson and Stephen…

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Boro Looking Up As Swans Dive

It wasn’t a performance to remember but it was a win and that is all that matters at this stage of the season. Gordon Strachan was more relieved to see his side get the rub of the green for a change in recent weeks rather than coming away with two dropped points, like in the…

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Last Chance Saloon For Boro

I’ve kept very optimistic over the course of the season sensing that we might sneak into the Play-Off’s but after three consecutive draws it is becoming more and more difficult for Middlesbrough to make a charge for a top-six spot in the Coca-Cola Championship. We have five very winnable games coming up starting with Preston…

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Will We Witness A Right Royal Bashing?

Boro have threatened both Newcastle United and Derby County in the space of three days but the opposition were also resilient enough to produce goals of their own which resulted in two consecutive draws. Strachan will be pleased with the way we have been creating chances at one end of the reason but will be…

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Don’t Write-Off Boro’s Play-Off Chances Just Yet

Leroy Lita’s injury-time leveller against Derby County last night might be the break that Middlesbrough need at the business end of the season. After going ahead through Barry Robson in the first-half Nigel Clough’s team levelled proceedings midway through the second period and then scored a second on 74 minutes which looked like being the…

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