The confirmation of the news everyone was expecting, announcing the new-look coaching team, the follow up reveal of the club’s stunning new away kit, last Friday felt like a good day to be a Boro fan. A feeling that has not come often in the last 2-3 years.
More than three weeks after the departure of Tony Pulis as Middlesbrough manager, and it finally looks as though the club will name their new boss.
Unity – the state of being united or joined as a whole. Not really how you’d describe the current situation amongst the Boro support right now – then again, when is it ever?
Another transfer window and another wave of discussion surrounding Martin Braithwaite – hard to believe he only signed at the beginning of last season.
As 2018 draws to its conclusion, it’s not exactly been the happiest of ways to end a year that started with promise, if not excitement.
Well, that was difficult to take. Wait, no, scratch that – it was bloody painful.
A relatively new Middlesbrough player getting stick from his own fans – hardly breaking news is it?
If you believe the reports in the press this week, then you’ll be aware that Dael Fry is apparently a wanted man.
Boro travel to Norwich City on Saturday, Richard from Canaries blog City of Yellows shares his memories of the North East.
Middlesbrough finished 5th in the Championship in the 2017/2018 season, which meant they qualified to the lucky dip which is the play-offs. Having faced Aston Villa over the two legged semi-finals, it wasn’t meant to be for Boro, losing 1-0 on aggregate which denied them promotion back to the Premier League.