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Middlesbrough win the U18 Premier League North

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Manchester United were the only side who could catch them but they lost today 1-0 to Wolves.

 

That means Boro are crowned North division champions ahead of sides such as Manchester United, Everton, Man City, Liverpool, Newcastle and Sunderland.

 

Well done to coaches Craig Liddle and Mark Tinkler who have build on previous U18 coach Paul Jenkins solid foundation. 

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excellent news and well done to all the lads. beat some massive clubs/academies hopefully its onwards and upwards and this gives the kids the push to achieve their goals with us or with whoever their future lies

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Good bulletin on Crewes fabled academy on sky sports, ours must be getting one hell of a reputation by now

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