Grab a Boro Fanzine Online
By fmttm
Wednesday 13 Feb 2013 16:55:00
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Don’t panic! Don’t panic. Keep calm and Carayol. The latest edition of the fanzine is available to buy online now. It features interviews with Boro supporting Maximo Park singer, Paul Smith and comic Patrick Monahan.

Issue 523Also loads of rallying cries by fans crossing their fingers but also shouting at the tops of their voices to support Boro v Leeds and end the long points drought that has afflicted us this year so far. It certainly worked a treat, didn’t it.

Boro v Leeds United Issue 523 – 12 February 2013

If you are on Teesside the issue is also available from Finlays, Eston Square and Boro Programmes, 58 Parliament Road, where you will find all the back issues from this season and loads of archive copies.

You can also buy last Saturday's fanzine v Barnsley – this issue featured an interview with Scott McDonald giving tips on communication skills to local sports leaders. Also see what book Lukas Jutkiewicz was reading as he Dyer timesbacked the Premier League Reading Stars initiative. Oh and find out which two Barnsley born Boro players starred for the team in the 1950s. One went on to play for England and though we were Second Division he played alongside a Middlesbrough team mate Brian Clough in that full international side.

Boro v Barnsley Issue 522 – 9th February 2013



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