Your Boro Christmas Podcast
By Rob Nichols
Thursday 26 Dec 2019 10:19:00
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Boro look to tame the Terriers today at the Riverside and we headed over to James Cook University Hospital on Christmas Eve to record a special festive podcast for you. We look at the stats surrounding the fixture and also reflect on the ups and downs of current form. All in all anchorman Alex and myself look forward to a fourth successive home victory at the Riverside. Boro v Huddersfield Town kick off 3pm – festive podcast for your listening enjoyment now or later.

This is the festive edition of our fmttm podcast, recorded live for the patients of James Cook University Hospital, hopefully raising a little Boro Christmas cheer for all those unfortunate enough to be on the wards at Christmas time.

Alex Lewczuk is the man behind the desk and I am the eyes from the stands, recounting recent matches up and down the country where at times there have been more red cards than Christmas cards. Fortunately though the general trend has been an upward one. Can we continue that today, Boxing Day is traditionally a winning day for Boro. Come On Boro.

This podcast is a sound companion to Issue 601 Fly Me To The Moon fanzine, available to purchase for just £1.50 around the match today and from Good Food Joint, Corporation Road (opp Dr Browns).

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