Fmttm Back Issues
By fmttm
Tuesday 21 Sep 2010 14:08:00
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You can now order back issues of Fmttm by clicking on the buttons below. Fanzines cost £2 each (price includes p+p). All payments are by paypal. But you can also write to me and send a cheque if that is easier.

I am starting with back issues from this season but will extend the service soon.

 

Issue 466 v Ipswich Town

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The season curtain raiser when we heralded the new season, Och Aye The Noo Season!

 

There was a brief interview with new striker Kris Boyd – straight after the Open Training session and everyone was all optimistic about our prospects for the season and our chances of shooting Roy Keane down.. Oops.

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Issue 467 v Sheffield United

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Welcoming Gary Speed’s Sheffield United for Sunday service at the Riverside. Chris Bartley reckoned The Price Was Wrong Neil Garratt waxed lyrical about Teesside Steele. The Neal-y Years remembered when Alan Ramage and Billy Woof were the future. Spider recalls a close encounter with a famous vet at Ayresome Park and Stanistan takes cover on the front line in Afghanistan.

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

Issue 468 v Burnley

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The cover is a tribute to Gary Parkinson. There is a memorable interview with Boro’s hotshot Tarmo Kink – and how timely was this on the very night when he bagged his superb brace? We have an article by the author of a forthcoming publication on Clough and Revie who says Middlesbrough is the third character in his book.

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Issue 469 v Reading

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Just a couple of days after the Burnley game we faced another deadline but it was easy thanks to an incredible outpouring of fans articles and letters. We feature an interview with Teesside author John Nicholson where he talks about his new book, We Ate All the Pies.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Issue 470 v Pompey

 

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Don’t panic but after two away defeats there was hardly any bounce left in the Boro fans but could we blast back against Pompey? Featured is Khadim Hussain’s Season to Forget. Reviews of recent defeats and Chris Bartley asks if someone has spiked his Bovril.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Issue 471 v Leeds United

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It would be Gordon Strachan’s final game. Pressure was mounting. Features include the Golden Boy, Wilf and Curtis Fleming and Justin Hoyte Show Racism the Red Card. There is a top appraisal of Strachan’s Boro from Over the Pond. Neil Garratt called for Bold Decisions to be made.

 

 

 

 

Issue 472 v Bristol City

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Sorry fanzine sold out

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Issue 473 v Crystal Palace

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Tony Mowbray finally got a victory as Boro showed the Mogga spirit coming back from behind to win. Contains interview’s with Danny Coyne and Stephen McManus at Teesside Hopsice and at times moving interview with Gary Pallister looking back over class of 86 and Gary Parkinson. 

 

 

  

 

Issue 474 v Millwall

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The world had gone Royal Wedding daft. But someone forgot to tell Millwall not to spoil the party. But the Riverside Rocked to Afraid to Sleep as we reflected on finally winning away at Scunthorpe only to lose again at Swansea. Ah but it was a great out at Scunny, once they got the floodlights to work.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Issue 475 v Hull City

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How the snow came down. Blizzard conditions but somehow both teams put on a real show. One point wasn’t enough and pushed us closer to the bottom of the table but the spirit was there as we twice battled back to equalise Hull and the snow. Interviews with Stan Anderson and Barry Robson span the years.

 

 

 

 Issue 476 v Cardiff City

issue 476It was snow joke in the deep midwinter. True Grit! Proclaimed the cover and Tony Mowbray gave this his seal of approval when he saw it. That was certainly the spirit demonstrated by Boro as they hailed Cardiff off the pitch. We carried an interview with (Teesside’s) Jason Steele and Dave Hearn talked about Educating Lita. The slippery slope ended here.

 

 

 

 

Issue 477 v Nottingham Forest

issue 477Or at least it should have been. Our festive special with lots of Christmas crackers inside and Ghosts of Christmas past. The picture of Lita and Emnes lost in the snow on the front cover should have forewarned us that the game would be cancelled. We had to peddle the same fanzine at the Norwich game – The Boro Christmas Carol just couldn’t wait until the rearranged game.

 

 

 

 

Issue 478 v Preston North End

 

issue 478That ‘orible little orange man, Phil Brown was our cover star. Little did we know at the time the crimes he was to commit against us on and off the field of play. This issue featured our first full length interview with Tony Mowbray. The colossus of Bruce Rioch’s side laid out his plan for the future and how he aims to re-fire our enthusiasm and rebuild that Boro pride. 

 

 

 

Issue 479 v Scunthorpe

 

issue 479You probably missed this one as hardly anyone turned up for a match that we ended up winning at a cantor. The cover raised a lot of titters carrying the new face of Sky Sports. We also go in depth on Gray and Keys-gate thanks to our insider, the man that mixes with the stars, Speckyget. Interviews with Steeley and Coyne reporting back from Boro’s Golden Ticket party for champion children. All this and so much more, you know you need to add this to your collection.

 

 

 

issue 480 

Playing the team Mowbray rates as the best footballing side in the division and it certainly was quite a game with a finale to forget. We introduced Maxi Haas but will we ever see him kick a meaningful ball for the team? Andrew Taylor-made for the Boro midfield. A controversial move but even Tayls himself had to be talked into making the conversion from full-back, he explains.

 

 

 

 

 

issue 481 

We look back at the Golden Nuggets, where are they now, Boro’s Youth Cup winners, five years on. Continuing the nostalgia The Spider recalls a class act Bill Harris. Whilst our Great Scot is the midfield enforcer himself, Graeme Souness. Will it be second time around for Andrew Davies?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

issue 482 

Alarms bells were ringing. Pity they didn’t wake up the defence in injury time. Oh no not again. But how bad were Forest? And surely this will be the final late wake up call. All aboard the Boro health bus, well we need it after our injury time malaise. But we must praise Nicky Bailey, cos he’s worth it..

 

 

 

 

issue 483 

The pressure is on and it will get worse before it gets better, at half time it looks like End of the World part 1. The smallest crowd ever for a league game, did it really creep above 10 000 means that you will likely have missed this issue. A pity because it was crammed full of quality. Lisbon tells us all about this summer’s Sir Bobby Robson match and when a veteran of the Afghan front line talks about Worrying Times, you sit up and take note.

 

 

 

 

issue 484 

On the back of the win against Derby and draw at Pompey the skies are brighter over the Riverside. Boro backs Middlesbrough’s bid for City Status, it would certainly stop people knocking us as a crap town. Year five pupil Ellen Gunn shows why she is a writer of the future and 15 year old Louise Scholes talks about Racism the Red Card in Redcar.

 

 

 

 



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