Karanka had all eyes on Ipswich

Firstly, I think it’s important to point out the positives from the Everton game; we gave a good account ourselves, worked hard, tried to make a game of it and let’s not forget that we beat Man United in the previous tie to get there! Everton put out a strong team and that line-up suggests…

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Boro match talk with Everton fan Billy Ashcroft

We decided to throw a former Boro player under the spotlight for the next Boro match talk with an opposition fan. Because we are playing Everton in the Quarter Final of the League Cup tomorrow, we thought it would be a good idea to quiz former Middlesbrough player, Billy Ashcroft, who is also a big…

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Karanka’s formation is hot topic amongst Boro fans

Against QPR we got the result we needed; but despite Grant’s penalty conversion putting a smile on my face so late on, I can’t help feeling that the game left a bitter taste. The ninety odd minutes that lead up to the goal seemed to last longer than the preceding international break and despite having…

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50 clean sheets for Karanka in just 108 games

Shortly after the final whistle went at the Riverside last night I had a quick look on Twitter for some post-match reaction from the Boro fans and came across a stat from @StatsChristian which I had to share instantly, and of course, I had to put my own spin on it. 50 clean sheets in…

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Phil Stamp talks Juninho, Gazza and Robson

Phil Stamp was Born 12th December 1975 in Middlesbrough and signed as a professional for his home-town club in 1992. Phil, at the age of just 17, made his debut for Boro away at Watford. On December 9th 1995 he scored his first goal for Boro in a 4-1 win over Manchester City. It was…

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