Boro Fans Away Day Blues
Boro fans travel bands have been blown out of the water by a double switch to two of our longest trecks of the season. Boro\'s December fixtures away at Ipswich and Brighton and Hove Albion have both been switched for satellite TV. Ipswich v Boro ....
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\"ko Isn\'t Going To Change\"
Imagine if FIFA had set up a Fans Parliament. First up on the agenda: \"For the good of football Mr Blatter, will you resign?\". Answer \"No\". FIFA Fans Parliament disbands. In effect that\'s what\'s happened at Bloomfield Road. The FP wanted to ....
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West Ham Come Back To Avoid Defeat Again
Most West Ham United fans thought that they would be lucky to get anything from their first three away fixtures, given the calibre of opposition they were up against. Having beaten the big boys, a trip to Sunderland on paper looked to be a fairly easy ....
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ONE GIANT LEAP
String Of Comedy Big-hitters Heading To Teesside This Autumn
Teesside’s comedy fans have an amazing autumn coming up, with a string of big-hitters heading this way in the next few months. October sees Nick Helm bringing his current work-in-progress to Stockton’s ARC, before Chris Ramsey and Alan Davies head for Middlesbrough Town Hall. November is also looking good, with Al Murray, ....
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Premier League Carnival Arrives At Dean Court
And so here we go... The Premier League carnival comes to town this weekend for the very first time, with Aston Villa the visiting side. Preparations are complete behind the scenes (on the pitch at least) and the curtain raises on top flight football in Bournemouth.For the majority of us, it is the day that we felt would never likely happen. Top ....
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It almost feels like a lifetime ago now when three late goals at Priestfield on the last day of the season against Notts County condemned the Magpies to relegation, and ensured Justin Edinburgh and the players finished the campaign on a high note. When Justin Edinburgh took over the reigns from the \'Gang of Four\' managers at ....
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