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The Opposition: Boro

The Opposition: Boro

Full Club Name:
Middlesbrough Football Club

Year Formed:
1876

Nicknames:
The Boro, Smoggies, Red Army, The Teessiders

Ground:
The Riverside

Capacity:
34,988

Manager:
Gordon Strachan (2009 to present)

Chairman:
Steve Gibson (1993 to present)

Mascot:
Roary the Lion

Most Used Starting Line-Up:

Coyne

McMahon - St Ledger - Wheater - Grounds

Yeates - O'Neil - Williams - Johnson

Lita - Emnes

Current Table Position (Championship):
11th. Played 24. Won 9. Lost 10. Drawn 5. Goal difference +5. Points 32

Club Records:
Most Appearances: 602 Tim Wiliamson
Most Goals: 345 George Camsell
Record Attendance: 34,836 - Norwich 2004
Record League Win: 9-0 vs Brighton Hove & Albion, 1958
Record transfer fee paid: 12.8m for Afonso Alves from Heerenveen, 2008
Record transfer fee received: 12m for Juninho from Athletico Madrid, 1997

Famous Wolves Fans:
Roy Brown (Comedian)
Chris Kamara (TV Pundit)
Bob Mortimer (Shooting stars)

Sorry, that's all I can find!



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Writer:bigal84
Date:Friday January 1 2010
Time: 3:37PM

Comments

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Top stuff, Scragg. We must pray upon their insecurities at home.
Johnny Baguette
01/01/2010 16:42:00
0
I tend to think JB, that if we believe in ourselves more, then with that winning mentality is worth a goal start before the kick off.
buzz lightyear
01/01/2010 17:34:00
0
If we go in thinking we will win then we will definately progress. WE have the talent do we have the mentality with so many stars out
Once a Blue
01/01/2010 17:40:00
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