Boro Players Lose The Plot Again

Middlesbrough travelled to Deepdale yesterday to take on Preston North End in the ever increasing topsy-turvy Coca-Cola Championship. Under the temporary guidance of Colin Cooper we once again dominated a match from start to finish, actually I will re-phrase that one, we dominated a match up until the last few minutes of a game and…

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Strachan Can Be The New Jack Charlton

Whispers of Gordon Strachan being the next Middlesbrough manager have been exchanged at a fast pace on Teesside in the last couple of hours. The former Coventry City, Southampton and Celtic boss is being tipped as the man to replace the small boots left behind by Gareth Southgate. If we do manage to prize Strachan…

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Is Gibson’s Decision To Sack Southgate The Right Move?

Do you remember the post I wrote pre-season about Mr Middlesbrough giving Gareth Southgate 15 games to get it right in the Championship, well I’m guessing Gareth fell short of a reasonable points haul thus being relieved of his position at the Club. I’m not going to get all sentimental in this post about what…

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Graham Could Sting Boro At The Riverside

Ex Boro youngster Danny Graham has vowed this week he has nothing to prove when he walks out onto the pitch at the Riverside tomorrow. The Gateshead born striker is in a rich vein of form this season with six Championship goals to his name already with the Hornets. With Graham’s connections in the North-East…

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Boro’s Strength In-Depth Will Be Crucial

With the imminent return of Emanuel Pogatetz and Didier Digard to the first team it seems that Gareth Southgate has a full compliment of players at his disposal which will be a key factor in our bid to gain promotion to the top flight at the first attempt. In recent years a Middlesbrough side has…

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