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  1. Thanks guys our son was born today at 12.55pm, might get to see the game yet!
    21 points
  2. This will be the first game I have missed all season. My wife has started to go into labour. So come on lads big win tonight please
    15 points
  3. 6 points
  4. Yep, put it this way an agreement has been reached and it's going to be sooner rather than later ūüĎć, however something needs to happen before it's announced
    5 points
  5. 5 points
  6. Grant Hall absolutely superb again today, I just wanted to say. That Hall & Fry partnership is really growing into something special.
    4 points
  7. I thought the role was 3 times during open play. Therefore, half tie subs don't count
    4 points
  8. That’s how I do it Alan. Forum at half-time and after the game. Watch match without interruption
    4 points
  9. 4 points
  10. Nothing to loose and all to gain and I’m not talking play offs. NW needs to use these games to measure the worth of each player and benefit to the team ready for next season. What is the point in continuing and rebuilding again at the start of next season when work can and should start now. Who is up for it, who brings value, reliable, worth keeping, what do we need.
    4 points
  11. Hopefully a back 4 and whilst I fancy us to win, I can't help think that will guarantee defeat. Preston will play like Brazil, and we will hoof it with an injury to Bolasie due to too much jumping. 3 denied penalties, 2 of which are nailed on. One weak goal conceded. Then an offside equaliser that is ruled incorrectly offside. It's a tight one, but defeat is of course, inevitable.
    4 points
  12. Im in the minority but i enjoyed that game.played some good stuff at times & could have scored another one or two with some better decision making in the final third.Another clean sheet.we move above Cardiff & move to within 5 of the play offs,weve had worse nights!
    3 points
  13. She called me something in Welsh, which I can't find in any dictionary. Probably for the best really..
    3 points
  14. You do realise if Boro win tonight your missus has to have another one by Saturday morning #Idontmaketherules
    3 points
  15. Our last game is against Watford in the play of final ūü§©
    3 points
  16. Date: Tuesday 16th March 2021 Venue: The Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough. Kick off: 1900hrs Live streams: Through MFC and Red button Facility Sky Sports Channel 403 Introduction MFC staff and players welcome to The Riverside the staff and players of Preston North End in what could be a very entertaining and eagerly looked forward to game of football. Boro filled with confidence after a resouding win against Stoke City facing a team that managed a loss against Wycombe Wanders in the knowledge that should our boys in red win then we could climb up the table
    2 points
  17. ‚ÄúRegulation 33.4 has been amended to permit: Championship Clubs to name up to nine substitutes in their matchday squad, with five permitted to take to the pitch in any fixture. League One and League Two Clubs to name up to seven substitutes in their matchday squad, again with five permitted to take to the pitch.‚ÄĚ https://www.efl.com/news/2020/november/efl-statement-five-substitutes/ No mention of 3 times during open play this season, it's just 5 subs whenever as far as I can see.
    2 points
  18. In keeping with my wife's accusations I will be a little premature and say Well done the lads and UTB.
    2 points
  19. 2 points
  20. Think he's got one more season at this level. He'll be in the premier League 2022/2023. Hopefully with us
    2 points
  21. 2 points
  22. He'll say he didn't see it, but if it had happened the other way round he'd be livid.
    2 points
  23. 2 points
  24. All kicking off. Alex Neil OFF and the preston subs have to be separated by coaches after scrapping amongst each other!
    2 points
  25. I mean, if I were a PNE fan I'd be absolutely fuming. But I'm not, so LOL.
    2 points
  26. Maybe the worldwide conspiracy against the Boro is finally over ūüėÉ
    2 points
  27. Is that what the midwife screamed or the wife of @Johnmfc81? Didn't realise they named him Warnock!
    2 points
  28. we have to have a reason? when did that start..
    2 points
  29. "Daddy, Why did you name me Yannick? Well son.....it all started with this online football forum...."
    2 points
  30. Congratulations on the little un @Johnmfc81. He'll love hearing about the 10-0 Boro win on his birthday when he's older!
    2 points
  31. Congrats mate! Lets hope the Boro can be the icing on the cake tonight for you!
    2 points
  32. 2 points
  33. Yes I was thinking that, now that we can all watch the game at home it seems a bit pointless to keep typing what’s happening, then missing half the action. It really isn’t of any significance if you are the first one to type gooaaall! Or not. I shall also stick to pre match, post match and half time, let’s all show some decorum and concentrate on the match, it costs a tenner after all.
    2 points
  34. https://www.skysports.com/watch/football-on-sky says it is here
    2 points
  35. Tonight I am not logging on to the forum during the game as I am fed up with NB4 letting me know what has happened before I am aware of it! Besides I get distracted when typing and have missed certain goals being scored
    2 points
  36. Good luck! I think the kid should be named after Boros 1st goalscorer tonight. ūüĎćūüĎć
    2 points
  37. I don't really think the lack of an offside flag is to blame for an injury here, though? Or how a late offside flag is ever to blame for an injury? Because play continues when it shouldn't? But incidents like this can still happen with onside players, what relation does this have to the offside rule at all? Replay that incident, put Salah onside, hell, put him 30 yards onside and dribbling through a ton of players to get to that position and surely Coady could just as easily injure Rui Patricio from playing on. So what has offside got to do with anything here? Even taking this partic
    1 point
  38. Done the business got lucky with the ref on the red card but its about time we got some luck it could be a good omen our luck seems to be changing. Today and against Stoke we had started very badly but then out nowhere get lucky break end up in the lead then stride on. Its good to have strength in depth from the bench now
    1 point
  39. At least Paddy can walk somewhat normal .. hopefully just being careful after a knock ... No need to force a worse injury
    1 point
  40. I think it's harsh to blame the referee in this instance, given he was following play and he wasn't facing the incident until Browne kicked out., but you can definitely question the linesman and fourth officials missing it.
    1 point
  41. From what I saw in the replays, it looked like they were both in each other's space, Morsy definitely flings his arm out and catches Browne and Browne just kicks out in response. I can't believe the ref has sent only one player off, mad that between him, the assistant on the far side and the 4th official, nobody has seen the reason Browne has kicked out.
    1 point
  42. Lots of people have said they aren’t posting on here during the game so I thought I’d test it with a series of controversial posts designed to elicit a response.
    1 point
  43. Yeah. Neeskens is a fine British name ūüôā
    1 point
  44. If your lass has a sense of humour (and if it is a lad), you should wind her up by telling her you want to call it Miles Offside.. hope it is happy, healthy and brings you as much pleasure as following the Boro ūüôā
    1 point
  45. I agree that if the flag had gone up straight away play would probably have slowed down. Regardless I really do fear that more of these incidents will happen if we don’t revise the offside protocol. What is the point of having linesmen if they don’t flag for offside?
    1 point

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    • Also sounds like he‚Äôs happy for Bola to be back up to Giles.¬†
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Connor Wheatley shouted "come on" to the rival fans whilst they were under police escort ahead of¬†Boro's clash against The Rams. The dad-of-one, who has been attending football matches with his dad for 20 years, attempted to "instigate disorder" at the the¬†Riverside Stadium¬†match by goading fans on February 12. Prosecutor Ben Woodward told how the 24-year-old shouted: "You f****** little w****** come on" to rival fans. He added that he also attempted to "instigate disorder" whilst attending the match at the Riverside Stadium and was subsequently arrested at the scene. Mr Woodward added that Wheatley is of previous good character and applied for a football banning order. Neil Douglas, mitigating, described Wheatley as a "classic football supporter" who can "make the place look untidy". Mr Douglas stated that he does not engage in "hooliganism" and will lose his "principle weekend activity" of attending football games. Wheatley, of College Road, Thorntree, Middlesbrough, pleaded guilty to using threatening, abusive, insulting words, behaviour to cause harassment, alarm or distress in Middlesbrough. The magistrates' bench handed Wheatley an ¬£800 court bill, including a ¬£650 fine for his actions. He was also slapped with a three year football banning order. Fenton Blenkinsop Fenton Blenkinsop Apprentice welder Fenton Blenkinsop landed himself in court after "engaging in fights" at the match. Blenkinsop was caught on CCTV during the matchday disorder ahead of the Derby County clash. The 21-year-old was¬†"beckoning, shouting and goading"¬†at the Rams fans at the¬†Riverside Stadium¬†clash on February 12. He pleaded guilty to using threatening, abusive, insulting words, behaviour to cause harassment, alarm or distress in Middlesbrough. 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He was one of 13 men and a 17-year-old boy due to appear in court following reported clashes at a Middlesbrough match against Derby County back in February. Gurjot Kaur, prosecuting, told the court the fans from the two teams appear to have a hatred towards each other and many incidents of disorder broke out on the day. She said: "There was a heavy police presence and Cleveland Police even requested back up from other forces, including North Yorkshire and Durham." Allen, a single father, was fined ¬£366 and ordered to pay ¬£85 costs and a ¬£37 victim surcharge. He was given the minimum term football banning order of three years. Jamie Lathan Jamie Lathan This renowned Teesside football yob has been given one final chance to change his ways - or he will be put behind bars. Match day 'moron' Jamie Lathan received another football banning order¬†for his role in the Derby County chaos¬†in February. 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    • Woohooo some new links can start and stop with the stuff that has nothing to do with transfers on the transfer thread¬†
    • What is Ben Davies like? I know he was supposed to be good at Preston hence the move to Liverpool but never really saw him play for them, or when he was out on loan
    • Yeh and we can stop this noncense of McNair or Fry playing there.¬†

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