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Archives: Middlesbrough

An American travels to see Championship playoff between Brentford and Middlesbrough

Posted on by Andrew Puopolo
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Last weekend I wrote about the joys of promotion to the Premier League and the raucous celebrations at Vicarage Road when Watford were promoted after a 1-1 draw with Sheffield Wednesday. This week, however, I was in for quite a … Continue reading

Championship playoff preview and TV schedule: Norwich, Ipswich, Middlesbrough and Brentford

Posted on by Matt Jones
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It’s often said that if you’re going to get promoted from the Championship to the Premier League, going via the playoffs is the best way to do it. Of course, managers, players and supporters of those clubs in English football’s … Continue reading

Middlesbrough must rouse themselves for season defining playoffs

Posted on by Olly Huddlestone
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One last push for Boro as Aitor Karanka’s men aim to end a six-year spell without Premier League soccer. Automatic promotion to the Premier League slipped out of Middlesbrough’s grasp in the dying embers of the Championship season as they … Continue reading

Watch Arsenal 2-0 Middlesbrough match highlights [VIDEO]

Posted on by PA Sport
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Arsene Wenger praised Olivier Giroud for his match-winning performance as the France striker's brace was enough to beat Middlesbrough in their FA Cup fifth-round meeting. Giroud, who missed almost three months of the season after breaking his leg in August, … Continue reading

Top 5 Brazilians of the English Premier League era

Posted on by Julian Delicata
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Brazil. The land of Samba. Home of some of the finest football legends. Pele, Romario, Ronaldo, Socrates, Rivellino, Rivaldo, Ronaldinho, Dunga, Tostao, Carlos Alberto. The list is endless. A record five World Cup triumphs for the Selecao do justice to … Continue reading

Catching up on the Championship’s races for promotion, play-offs and avoiding relegation

Posted on by Olly Huddlestone
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This season has proved to be one of the most gripping ever, with nothing between the top six and very little defining the relegation places. As always, managerial dismissals have been a talking point but some of the football being … Continue reading

Watch Manchester City 0-2 Middlesbrough FA Cup match highlights [VIDEO]

Posted on by PA Sport
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Chelsea loanee Patrick Bamford and Kike struck in the second half as Championship side Middlesbrough produced a shock 2-0 win over Premier League champions Manchester City in the FA Cup. England Under-21 international Bamford pounced on a defensive misunderstanding early … Continue reading

Manchester City ready for challenge against Middlesbrough in FA Cup

Posted on by PA Sport
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Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini claims his team will be refreshed and ready for the challenge of Middlesbrough after a week in Abu Dhabi. The Barclays Premier League champions flew to the United Arab Emirates for a five-day warm-weather training … Continue reading

Read Our Progress Report on Middlesbrough’s Performances After 17 Gameweeks

Posted on by Olly Huddlestone
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Best XI:  Best Performer: Many players have impressed this season, with the goalscorers Patrick Bamford, Kike and Lee Tomlin crucial to the team’s success. However, there’s no doubt about it, skipper and midfield general Grant Leadbitter has been the outstanding … Continue reading

5 Classic Premier League Footballers From The Past: A Walk Down Memory Lane, Part Two

Posted on by Scott J Hancox
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After the first part of classic Premier League footballers was well received, I decided to continue the series. Here are five more greats from memory lane: 1. Emerson The Brazilian central midfielder came to the Premier League during the Bryan … Continue reading

Empty Seats at Premiership Matches Continue

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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While Middlesbrough’s defense was as porous tonight as their security (two fans ran across the field in fancy dress costumes during the second half), the match at Riverside Stadium revealed another disturbing fact: All those empty seats. We broached the … Continue reading

Boro Shocker Over Chelsea

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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Tonight’s shock 2-1 win for Middlesbrough against Chelsea has turned the Premiership upside down in just the first week. It was an unusual match because Boro was the better side in the first 15 minutes, but Chelsea scored against the … Continue reading

Sides Tipped for 2006-2007 Relegation Battle

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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Premiership Countdown: 18 Days to Go. It’s a sad reflection of the Premiership’s plight, but this season — in my humble opinion — there are six teams in the top flight that are candidates for relegation. While the cream rises … Continue reading

Premiership & The Continental Divide

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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Is it any coincidence that out of the top five teams in the EPL table, that four of the five managers are from the continent? Of course, the foreign managers are in charge of big money clubs like Chelsea, Liverpool, … Continue reading

Picture Perfect English Premier League

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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In the four EPL games that Fox Soccer Channel televised this weekend, viewers witnessed 15 goals – an average of 3.75 per game! Who said the EPL was boring? Not only were the number of goals impressive but the sheer … Continue reading