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24th March Matches

1928 – Away to Willington and one of our heaviest defeats ever. 3 – 13. It was a Northern League game and one hell of a result. 235 more words

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Memorable Matches: Middlesbrough 5-3 Birmingham City (March 2004)

Goalscorers: Gaizka Mendieta 5, Massimo Maccarone 21, 45, Mikael Forssell 23, 59, Gareth Southgate 30, Clinton Morrison 44, Szilard Nemeth 90


Middlesbrough: Mark Schwarzer, Franck Queudrue, Ugo Ehiogu, Gareth Southgate, Danny Mills, Jonathan Greening, Doriva, Gaizka Mendieta, Juninho (Stewart Downing 76), Joseph Desire-Job (Szilard Nemeth 64), Massimo Maccarone (Michael Ricketts 75) 505 more words

Memorable Matches

John Neal – The unsung and often forgotten manager who saved Chelsea Football Club.

In the years well before the whizz-bang super-duper transfer days that followed the arrival of Roman Abramovich to Stamford Bridge, the West London club was one of fairly modest ambition – staying in English football’s top flight was probably the main one. 3,472 more words


Comeback Kings (Vasas FC vs. Balmazujvaros Sport)

I got to see the inside of a Hungarian public hospital last week; a hernia surgery meaning I missed the last few Vasas matches. Whilst the aesthetic was a wee bit Cold War and the welcome not as warm as the dear old NHS, I am now the proud owner of three small scars and a fixed stomach – thanks to the staff at Péterfy Kórház for that. 787 more words


Villa away 16/03/19 and the ugly side of football

Yesterday I went to Villa Park to see Middlesbrough lose 3-0 to the Villains for the second time this season. It was one of the least enjoyable, most lifeless away days I’ve ever experienced. 974 more words

Match Review: Middlesbrough 1-2 Preston North End

Boro were left reeling after a controversial red card played its part in their second successive defeat.

Daniel Ayala appeared to have made a successful tackle on Preston’s Brandon Barker, but referee Keith Stroud deemed it a foul after a moment of hesitation and subsequently have the Spaniard his marching orders. 263 more words