Can We Stick It To The Toffees?
By Rob Nichols
Friday 10 Feb 2017 14:05:00
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The stakes are high, they could hardly be higher but can we start the big fight back for Premier survival with points against in-form Everton tomorrow? The Toffees have had a storming start to the year, we have often been all at sea. We go head to head at the Riverside tomorrow at 3pm and the fmttm podcast team have been talking up their own storm this morning over the microphones.

Today I reflected upon Boro`s upcoming toffee challenge but also had the opportunity to celebrates the lives of former Boro players Martin Reagan and Lindy Delapenha. Also we talk about the very eloquent and certainly moving fan tribute penned by Boro Boy Bari Chohan in memory of his son Harroon Bari Chohan. The Boro ups and downs they shared together are now special memories indeed.

It is those shared Boro memories that we are all about. In this weekend’s fanzine Boro fans Stanistan, Mike Baker and the soon to be departing overseas, Joe Nicholson, give their views on our current plight and whether we have what it takes to get out of it.

Nic Hoy looks at players that we missed playing for Everton while we were in the Championship. I wish Lukaku was amongst their number. Neil Garratt sings the praises of the returning Patrick Bamford. What would we give for a Bamford goal to sink the Toffees tomorrow?

All this and more in the latest Boro-themed episode of `Fly me to the Moon`- the Podcast, anchored by Alex Lewczuk at Southside Broadcasting.



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