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Middlesbrough U19's in the Dallas Cup

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Middlesbrough U19s play Queretaro on Sunday March 20th and Fluminense on Monday 21st

 

Its a large prestigious competition and its Boro's first time there

http://www.dallascup.com/home/893242.html

 

Hearing the side will be different from the U19s that played in the UEFA youth League though which is a big shame.

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Middlesbrough Squad.

 

Pears, James.

 

Cook, Convery, Renton, Reading, McGoldrick, Guru, O'Neill, Liddle, Tavernier, Holdsworth, Lambert, Matty Wilson, Jay Wilson, Curry, Jowers, Heatherington.

 

Coulson registered did not travel.

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One of the opposition players has the number 300 on his shirt.....that's one hell of a squad

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Boro came from 0-2 down to win 4-2!

 

Mitchell Curry with his 26th and 27th this season.

 

Ben Liddle with a brace as well

 

Images can be found Here

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Boro line up

 

Pears, Convery, McGoldrick, Renton, Coulson (Cook), J Wilson (Reading), Jowers (Lambert), Liddle, Tavernier, Curry (J. Wilson), Hetherington (O'Neill).

 

Unused: James (GK), Guru, Holdsworth.

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