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1st year scholars. - 2014 Class

1st year scholars enter the club with a 2 year scholarship deal.


To be confirmed

Tom Dawson

Aynsley Pears

Nathan Coulson

Niall McGoldrick

Alex PAttison

Lee Hetherington

Harry Chapman


2nd year scholars. - 2013 Class

1st year scholars enter the club with a 2 year scholarship deal, so scholars are now entering year 2


Callum Cooke (Pro 2017)

Matty Elsdon

Dael Fry

Jonathan Helm

Callum Johnson

Jordan Jowers

Nathan McGinley

Junior Mondal (otherwise known as Lewis Scoble)

Nathan Plews

Joe Wheatley

Matty Wyke


3rd year scholars. - 2012 Class


Bryn Morris (Pro 2016)

Bradley Fewster (Pro 2016)

Priestly Griffiths (otherwise known as Priestly Keithley)

Mark Kitching (Pro 2016 with 1 year option)

Ross McNabb (Released June 2014)

Joe Fryer (Pro 2016)

Jonathan Coleby (Released June 2014)

Thomas MacAloon

Luke Armstrong (Released June 2014)

Stephen O'Neil (Released June 2014)

Conor O'Neil (Released June 2014)

Scott McCarthy

Robbie Tinkler


- 2011 Class



These players may be on single year scholarship deals or pro deals, at the end of year 3 a player must be taken on professionally or released to go pro with another club.


Luke Coddington (Pro 2015 + 1 year option)

Jordan Jones (Pro 2014 + 1 year option)

Dylan McGlade - (Released June 2013 trialled with Burnley then Oxford)

Andre Bennett (Pro 2014 + 1 year option)

Lewis Maloney - Released June 2014

Anthony Hernandez - Released

Keiran Weledji (Pro 2015)

Shane Bland - released June 2013, signed with Whitby Aug 2013

Zak Boagey - Signed for Hartlepool Oct 2012 confirmation

Jimmy Warnett (Pro 2015)

Adam Garrity - released June 2013, signed with Blyth.

Jonathan Burn - (signed from Sunderland late on as a 2nd year) (Pro 2015 with 1 year option)


- 2010 class


Curtis Edwards - Released June 2013

James Montgomery (joined as a 2nd year) - Released June 2013

Jake Fowler Released June 2014

Lewis Galpin - Released, joined Gatehead July 2012, now at West auckland

Adam Jackson (pro 2016) Loaned to Halifax latter part of season 2012/13

Wilson Kneeshaw Signed for ACS Poli (Romania) in Feb 2014

Jarrett Rivers - (Released June 2013, trialled at Spennymoor and Whitley bay)

Michael Roberts - to be released - signing with gateshead on a 1 year deal (reach gave info 1st june 2012) Left Gateshead April 2013

Lewis Sirrell - Released June 2014

Matthew Waters - Released June 2014

Ejiro Okosieme (signed as a 2nd year) Released June 2014

Jake McCorick (Now at Doncaster - 18/10/10, signed 1 year pro at doncaster 01/07/2012, moved to Tadcaster Jan 2014))



- 2009 Class


Marinos Andreou (CYP) - Released

David Atkinson (Professional contract till 2015)

Ryan Brobbel (Pro till 2015)

Matthew Dolan Loaned to Yeovil end of 2012/13 season, won promotion with them to Championship, Loan Bradford 2014, signed Bradford upon Release summer 2014

Ben Gibson (Pro till 2016) - loaned to plymouth/york season 2011/12, loaned to Tranmere season 2012/13

Bruno Pilatos (Released Feb 2013)

Adam Reach (Pro till 2016)

Connor Ripley (Pro till 2015) Loaned to Bradford for a Month Aug 2013

Luke Williams (Pro till 2014)

Charlie Wyke (Pro till 2014) Loaned to Hartlepool 2012/13

Adam Smith (Now at Leicester - 17/11/10)

Luke Dobie (signed from everton July 2011 - released by Boro June 2012, trialed with Crewe, WBA, Norwich and Bury) signed by Bristol City, Signed for Wigan 2013/14



- 2008 Class


Kieron Edwards (Released trials in Iceland, signed with Spennymoor, transfered to Marske and recently (2013) at Sunderland RCA)

James Gray (released, trials with millwall, palace & leicester. later signed for Darlington then Kettering Town, now at Accrington Stanley)

Kyle Oliver (Released June 2013, signed for Ashington)

Patrick Otte (USA/WAL) (released signed for ventura county fusion then moved to Fort Lauderdale Strikers in the NASL back at Ventura county fusion after a trial with Leeds united)

Cameron Park Released June 2014

Phil Shead (released went to Northern League now back at Boro as an U11 P/T coach)

Conor Sellars released trialled with huddersfield and Bradford, signed for CF Fao in portugal http://www.footballzz.co.uk/noticia.php?id=51062 now at Harrogate

Onisiforos Roushias (CYP) (released, signed 3 year deal at Enosis Paralimni, Omonia Nicosia joined Jan 2013 Full international)

Paul Weldon - (released June 2013, trialled with Bradford, Carlisle and Alfreton, then Darlington)

Curtis Main (pro till 2015 + 1 year option) - signed on a free june 2011, didnt come through the Middlesbrough academy, came through at Darlington)

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Guest Islandstone

Jason Gray is on trial with Hartlepool. He scored one goal in the Reserves' team 2-2 draw at Grimsby recently.


Great thread btw:)

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Think its James, not Jason. :)


Yeah he has also has trials at Palace and scored there. And is going to Millwall on trial also i believe.

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new scholars added including the pro deals for the kids, new signings etc

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What was the Smallwood contract details?


I know he's probably not related to this, but he's still a young'en :P

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Kneeshaw given pro deal, Galpin and Roberts to be released. Other 2nd years to be given 3rd scholarship year.

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Powlay - you seem to know your stuff about the up and coming boro future, have you ever came across a guy called Kieran stares, Lewis maloney's mate, he was on boros books when he was a youngster then spent some time at Hartlepool till he was 15, then released. He has recently been selected for England school boys and has been spoken to by ***nal and Leeds who plan on watching him for Redcar next season. He is now 17, 6 foot +,strong, physical build, great 1st touch and can ping a ball. Reads headers like the best of them.

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