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After the way things had gone against Norwich and Brentford, it was fair to say that the international break had come at a good time. Usually there’s frustration when the latest round of international fixtures come about, especially given the general apathy for England right now.
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Monk has work to do, but is it really as bad as it looks

After the way things had gone against Norwich and Brentford, it was fair to say that the international break had come at a good time. Usually there’s frustration when the latest round of international fixtures come about, especially given the general apathy for England right now.
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2Hot! 2Not! The Kids Are Alright!

It has been a resolute and assuring week for Boro fans this last week or so: after a convincing result against Bolton and a ground out draw at Villa Park last week, it would always be intriguing to see how the side progressed from there.
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2Hot! 2Not! You (haven’t) got a Friend in me

Honestly thought that international break would never end! After the disappointing 0-0 draw with Preston at The Riverside, it was important that Boro responded positively against Bolton and Aston Villa.
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Toil and grit with backs to the wall – that was vintage Championship Boro

Well, that was hard work, wasn’t it? After Adama Traoré started the match by lighting up the word ‘NARRATIVE’ in gasoline across the Villa Park pitch, there seemed to be an inevitability about the mounting Villa pressure throughout the game. They had to break through eventually – didn’t they?
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Traore exploded on Saturday, but consistency will see him move on

Following the dreaded international break, where enthusiasm for anything England related seems to be at an all-time low right now, it was a relief to get back down to the nitty gritty of domestic football.
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The Curious Case of Steve Agnew

As the disappointment and despair of last season begins to fade and we become entranced by the challenges of the new season.
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Déjà vu for Boro as deadline day looms

The transfer deadline is approaching and despite spending over £40m and signing eight new players, Garry Monk is still active in the market.
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2Hot! 2Not! The Luck O’ The Irish!

Boro head into the first international break after a disjointed and lacklustre performance at home to Preston. It’s clear that there is still some work to be done but by the time we reach Bolton on September 9, the transfer window will have closed and we will know our final squad-list for the first half of the season.
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George Friend - Is it time to move on?

In recent days the ability of 29-year-old left-back George Friend has been questioned by many supporters, after a poor start to a season which held much promise for the Boro squad.
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Ben Gibson: England omission - does it change anything?

An England squad announcement doesn’t usually hold much interest for Boro fans, but this afternoon’s has certainly been in the back of our minds since relegation.
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