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Tag Archives: Middlesbrough

How the Teams Are Doing in the Championship From Gameweeks 1-11

Posted on by James Burch
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The English Championship is usually a tight league but the early signs of this season show it to be the closest one yet with two points separating first to eighth place in the table. The early season table toppers are Norwich … Continue reading

Preview of This Weekend’s Championship Matches, Gameweek 13

Posted on by Nick Ottman
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After getting 58% of the predictions correct last weekend, I feel I deserve another shot at attempting to predict the outcome of this weekend’s Championship fixtures! All times Eastern. TV/Internet times listed for US readers/viewers. Programming note: For viewers in … Continue reading

Gordon Strachan Resigns As Middlesbrough Manager – What Does The Future Hold?

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

Middlesbrough FC have today announced that manager Gordon Strachan has parted company with the club, a mere 12 months after initially taking the position. A 2-1 defeat at the weekend to new boys Leeds United in front of a sparse … Continue reading

Adam Johnson…Could He Star For Club and Country In The Future?

Posted on by James Beckett
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While the injury to Theo Walcott would have slightly marred England’s excellent 3-1 win in Basel, it did give Manchester City winger Adam Johnson a chance to enhance his ever growing reputation. The former Middlesbrough man did just that with … Continue reading

Npower Championship Transfer Round Up: Winners And Losers

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

Well now that Sky Sports is calming down a bit from its day of “twist and turns” (sure), the transfer deadline is upon us and teams can no longer make any more permanent signings. The football league sides can still … Continue reading

5 Players To Watch In Championship 2010/11 Season

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

The start of the newly named Npower football league is almost upon us and it all gets under way on Friday night at Carrow Road when Norwich take on Watford. As well as a preview I will be writing on … Continue reading

Can Kris Boyd Prove Himself Across The Border?

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

Amazing isn’t it. At one time, the top goal scorer in the SPL was Henrik Larsson and he left Celtic to go to Barcelona. Now, his record has been beaten and due to Glasgow Ranger’s financial woes, they have been … Continue reading

Will Fulham Become the 2001 New England Patriots Or the 2005-06 Middlesbrough?

Posted on by Russ Goldman

Fulham are on the brink of history. On Wednesday, they will be playing in the Europa League Final against Atletico Madrid. Win or lose this match, Fulham will leave some sort of historical mark. The question is which historical direction … Continue reading

Only Four More Shots At The Premiership…

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

Firstly, congratulations to Roberto Di Matteo and his West Brom side who clinched the second automatic promotion berth and will be once again in the top flight next season. The sound coming from West Brom fans is that they’re desperate … Continue reading

Middlesbrough Supporters Make Fun Of Newcastle United

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Trust the football supporters of Middlesbrough, from the north east of England, to come up with a comical banner poking fun at the Newcastle United supporters who were positioned to the right of the above banner. “Trophy Virgins,” the banner … Continue reading

Man City Got The Right Man With Adam Johnson Signing

Posted on by John Nicholson

If you hadn’t been paying attention to Middlesbrough last season or the first half of the current campaign in the Championship – and let’s face it – most people don’t pay much attention to Middlesbrough – you won’t have seen … Continue reading

Why FA Cup Third Round Matches Are Better On Radio Than TV

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The third round of the FA Cup is like Christmas to me. There’s always a surprise or two that you never expect. Plus, I usually get up early in anticipation of the matches that are before me. And this year, … Continue reading

Newcastle V Middlesbrough Preview: The Biggest North East Derby Of The Season

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

Apologies for a lack of updates lately, with the amount of work I’ve been doing lately my life mirrors the ‘congested holiday fixture list’! Unfortunately this weekend we have once again discovered that the UK is the only country more … 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

Legends Of English Football: #2 Steve Bloomer

Posted on by Paul Bestall

The English First Division came into being in 1888 and within 4 years, a young man named Steve Bloomer signed for Derby County from local league side Tutbury Hawthorn. Whilst he may have been highly thought of in the local … Continue reading