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Graham Davies

Harry Woof and Val Robertson

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Just to let long-time supporters of the 'Borough know that one of the teams' most dedicated supporters  passed away on Monday. Val Robertson (ne James) was born on Teesside, but spent most of her life in Forfar in Scotland. She never let a Saturday go by without checking on the state of play-rejoicing in a win and blaming the manager-never the players-when they lost! She was a direct descendant of 'Harry' (George Henry) Woof who was a Director of the Club in the 1920's. Her coffin will sport a Middlesbrough scarf as she would have wished.

 

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