Boro V Hull City Fanzine
By Rob Nichols
Friday 12 Apr 2019 00:24:00
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We are back but what on earth has happened since the last Fly Me To The Moon, Boro v Brentford? No wonder the Boro hierarchy are studying the table with alarm on the cover. We were all but coasting to the play offs when we last published, we have fallen off a cliff and all but submerged. Be thankful for small mercies and Bolton Wanderers.

Inside this month's issue, you can guess the temperature emanating from these Boro fans. It isn't all varying shades of heat because within these pages are heights of creativity from Scott Turnbull, Uncle Harry and Roofus the Boro Dog is setting us up for a last day thriller.

If you are after inspiration then artist Mackenzie Thorpe may well provide it, a nice little interview inside from his sculpture unveiling. Go and have a look on the way to the match.

We have a fanzine debut for Victoria Gibson talking steel and iron. Daniel Gray's Black Boots come under the microscope, review time. Donkeywatch runs the rule over Hull but really focuses on Boro. No Football Unfocussed but instead Speckyget turns his hand to the fanzine cover that might have been.

All this and much, much more from the makers of the first 594 issues. Still £1.50. A steal! On sale around the ground and at several good shops, food joints and Teesside barbers.

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