Posts Tagged ‘Middlesbrough’

Five Signings Key To Boro’s Success

May 26, 2010

Thank God for that!!!

A disappointing season is over, done with, throw it in the bin and let us all move on to pastures new.

Easier said than done though isn’t it? The end of season clear out has begun and we, the fans, are wondering what will be in store under the managerial tenure of Gordon Strachan.

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The Forgotten Man

January 22, 2010

After the winter break and with the first set of fixtures in the Dutch top division (Eredivisie) completed, Twente Enschede (known in many countries as FC Twente), sit joint-top of the league along side the mighty PSV Eindhoven.

This is some feat for a team that has only won the Dutch league championship once in its history and that, in 1926 was technically before the club formed (Sportclub Enschede and the Enschedese Boys joined forces in 1965).

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2009 – My Sporting Highs & Lows

January 3, 2010

Well another year is over and we’ve welcomed 2010 in our own unique ways, and as the old saying goes ‘hasn’t it flown by?’

Well it certainly has flown by with some fantastic sports viewing to help along the way.

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When Is The Right Time To Change?

October 24, 2009

It is a tricky old game that football malarkey isn’t it?

Especially when you take the helm as a manager of a football club and also the running of a football club must be extremely difficult. Even more so when it comes to the arguably the most difficult decision of them all – When is the right time to change your manager?

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Guest Blog – Chris Newton

May 15, 2009

Welcome to the first monthly guest blog, never thought I’d get this up and running and Chris will tell you I’ve bugged him to get it going.

I introduce to you, Mr Chris Newton, aged 25, avid Middlesbrough and Barcelona football fan, huge Cricket, Boxing and American Football fan amongst other sports.

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