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Tag Archives: Gareth Southgate

And Back To Domestic Football – Championship News

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

It’s almost as if international football is all that exists when the World Cup is on, La Liga, The Premiership, Serie A and The Bundesliga don’t even get commonly mentioned too much due to the importance and focus on the … Continue reading

The Inevitable Axe Of Gareth Southgate Confirmed: What Now For Middlesbrough F.C?

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

After winning 2-0 on Tuesday night, Gareth Southgate was relieved of his duties as manager hours after the game. Despite being quite a popular player for the club, Southgate could never quite get the same level of support in his … Continue reading

Will Southgate Last The Season?

Posted on by Dan Trelfer

Newcastle and Middlesbrough entered the Championship from the wrong direction yet still boasted two of the most talented squads in the history of the division. With Newcastle’s off-field dramas threatening to do serious damage, many expected Middlesbrough, with their more … Continue reading

Magilton Leads The Championship Sack Race

Posted on by Dan Trelfer

Of the 24 teams that kicked off the Championship just under a year ago, eleven now have new managers. In the majority of cases, the manager was removed due to perceived failings. Being a Championship manager is like being a … Continue reading

Who Will Relegation Hit The Hardest?

Posted on by Christopher Walker

With West Bromwich Albion’s fate sealed last week we can now prepare ourselves for a dramatic conclusion to the Premier League season on Sunday. The neutral (including yours truly) will relish it and will want to see as many twists and turns as … Continue reading

Can Southgate Continue His Arsenal Hoodoo?

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Well its one of those strange things that football sometimes conjures up some little nugget that makes you check the facts fully before you really believe it could be true For example, Liverpool never lost when Ian Rush scored until … Continue reading

Middlesbrough Are In Freefall

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Why can everyone else see Middlesbrough’s problems but Steve Gibson? Whilst his support for Southgate is edifying, it worries me that the Chairman seems so detached from the situation Boro are in by continuing to back Southgate over the evidence … Continue reading

Chelsea Win Late but Far From Impressive

Posted on by Johnathan Starling

On Friday, during my game previews, Sam wondered how Wigan could score? Today, Chelsea gave us an answer, complacency. For much of Wigan’s trip to Stamford Bridge, it was Chelsea on the back foot. Completely against the run of play, … Continue reading

The Return of Ranieri While Villa and Spurs Forget UEFA Cup

Posted on by Johnathan Starling

Chelsea’s first leg clash with Juventus is all about one man, Claudio Ranieri. The manager who was first fired by Roman at Chelsea, after getting one season, knew he was a lame duck and insists the fact he didn’t give … Continue reading

Premier League Clubs Can’t Afford to Be Patient With Managers

Posted on by tyduffy

The firings of Tony Adams by Portsmouth and Big Phil Scolari by Chelsea brought the total number of clubs that have changed managers this season to seven, and the number of managerial changes to eight.  That turnover rate seems quite … Continue reading

Tony Adams and Luiz Felipe Scolari Less News Digest

Posted on by Johnathan Starling

These will be rapid fire after the fun day of news already discussed. * Shawn Wright-Phillips receives a three match ban for the kick he gave Rory Delap. Delap is supporting SWP saying he deserved what he got after his … Continue reading

Steve Bennett’s Mouth, Joe Kinnear’s Health and More

Posted on by Johnathan Starling

I wonder if Steve Bennett will be more careful with who he talk to in regards to his job. Now I’ll be honest with everyone. When Jeffrey Hash linked me to this story earlier Sunday morning, I simply went “It’s … Continue reading

The Mini-Adventures Of Wright-Phillips And The V Sign Hand Gesture

Posted on by Christopher Harris

On Wednesday night, Middlesbrough manager Gareth Southgate became incensed when Man City’s Shaun Wright-Phillips dived to win a foul. After the dimunitive star was substituted, Southgate and Wright-Phillips got into a verbal spat that resulted in SWP giving the two-fingered … Continue reading

Middlesbrough Musings: Week Three – Own Goals and Oversize Shirts

Posted on by Lonnie Smetana

It’s taken me a little while to catch up on the goings on this week as I was away over the weekend. My wife and I took a camping trip and got away from the hustle and bustle of the … Continue reading

Middlesbrough Musings: Week Two — Parmo And Points Dropped

Posted on by Lonnie Smetana

This week’s match was against Liverpool. Though I had to work, I managed to keep an eye on the game (gotta love Slingbox and P2P technology) and saw Boro forced into a late change to the line-up as keeper Brad … Continue reading

Middlesbrough Dazzles With Opening Day Premier League Performance

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The most impressive side I watched, by far, on Saturday was Middlesbrough. The link-up play between Tuncay, Alves, Downing, Aliadiere and, later, Mido was sensational. Wheater was also impressive. At times, it was like watching Brazil with all of the … Continue reading

Poll: Which Premier League Manager Will Be Sacked First?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

<a href=”http://answers.polldaddy.com/poll/805190/” >Who’ll be the first manager of the new season to get sacked?</a> <br /> <span style=”font-size:9px;”> (<a href=”http://www.polldaddy.com”> polls</a>)</span>