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Back Mogga For The Season!

  Boro fans can back Tony Mowbray’s homecoming by snapping up a Season Card for just £78 for under-18s and from only £311 for adults.   For the remaining 17 home games, Season Cards for those aged over-65 start at just £196, with those aged 18-21 paying just £155 in the North-West and South-West corners.   Season Cards can be purchased by calling 0844 499 1234 or by calling in at either the Riverside Stadium ticket office or MFC Official in ....


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Nominate Your Teesside Favourite For A Boro Brick

Fans have until November 14 to snap up an early Christmas present with a difference through a special offer for the Boro Brick Road – and they can also nominate their favourite Teesside celebrity to receive a dedicated brick.   To celebrate the club’s special Christmas offer, Boro are asking fans to nominate their favourite Teesside celebrity or sports personality to receive a dedicated place on the Boro Brick Road.   A popular feature outside the Riverside Stadium, ....


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Juninho’s 2002 World Cup Boots To Be Auctioned.

A pair of boots worn by former Boro favourite Juninho during Brazil’s 2002 World Cup triumph in Korea and Japan will to be auctioned at the forthcoming Methuselah Ltd football memorabilia sale in Middlesbrough.   The boots, signed on the inside by “The Little Fella”, who was a second half substitute in his country’s 2-0 final victory over Germany, are just one of the many sought-after items of local interest on offer.   Amongst the other items of note is a ....


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Boro Warn Over Juvenile Ticket Abuse

  BORO have warned adult fans who use juvenile tickets that they risk having their Season Cards confiscated, following a successful clamp-down at the weekend.   Stewards identified 20 adult fans attempting to enter the Riverside’s South-East Corner turnstiles using concessionary tickets ahead of the Bristol City game.   Of these 17 agreed to go to the Ticket Office and pay for a new full-priced ticket. However, three refused this offer, were ejected from the ground and ....


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Mogga’s Message – Back Us Again!

  Tony Mowbray is calling on the fans who backed his homecoming last Saturday to again give their passionate support when Boro take on bottom club Crystal Palace at the Riverside this Saturday (3pm).   The new Boro boss said: “The support of the fans, particularly at this moment, is crucial. The only way to be successful is to do it together, so I’d ask the fans to come along again, make some noise and shout us on to three points.”   Seats are also ....


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Visualsoft Junior Leagues - Competitive

  The Visualsoft Junior Leagues held at MFC in the Community are now all up and running. Again this season there are four age groups participating in the leagues which run up until Christmas.   In the under 7/8s section the matches so far have been very competitive. Due to the FA directive this age group is non-competitive so there is no league table kept. All games so far have been exciting and played in a fantastic spirit with all teams upholding the ideas behind the respect ....


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Boro’s Red Lion Roars To Record Numbers!

  Cheers! The Riverside Stadium’s very own matchday bar, The Red Lion, will be open ahead of Saturday’s big game with Crystal Palace after achieving record numbers against Bristol City.   Well over 500 fans enjoyed the Boro-themed bar in the Riverside’s South Stand for Tony Mowbray’s first game in charge, a huge increase on the usual 200 customers.   Introduced last season at the request of fans who are part of the Boro Fans’ Forum, the bar has ....


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Boro Fans United

Over thirty cash strapped Boro fans will not be missing out on Mogga’s return thanks to the amazing generosity of fellow supporters. Fmttm messageboard mainstay PinkPonce was so concerned that some supporters could miss out on the big day in these times of economic hardship that he made an incredibly generous offer. He dug his hand in his pocket and paid for someone’s ticket. What followed this was incredible as fan after fan came forward to repeat the act of kindness.   I ....


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Mogga’s Inspirational Manager’s Notes

  All Boro Season card holders received an unusual message in their inboxes this afternoon. It was a thank you from the new boss Tony Mowbray and a notice of intent. He is one of us a T-T-Teessider and together we can take pride in the Boro shirt.   Tony aims to serve up his brand of free-flowing, passing football. United we can get the Riverside rocking again.   For all those that have not seen the official email here is a glimpse of the calibre of the new man in charge and ....


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Wear Your Colours With Boro Pride

  Boro are backing new boss Tony Mowbray’s hopes of seeing the Riverside “bouncing” to a sea of red and white.   Mowbray is encouraging fans to wear their Boro colours with pride for Saturday’s big match with Bristol City – and the club is giving them a helping hand by kicking off a 48-hour discount bonanza to celebrate the legend’s return.   There’s 20% off everything at the MFC Official stores throughout Friday and Saturday ....


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Back Mogga Book Your Seats Now

Seats can now be booked online for Tony Mowbray’s first game in charge the crucial home games against Bristol City this Saturday (October 30) and Crystal Palace the following Saturday (November 6).   With both sides also in the npower Championship’s bottom three, Boro will need all the support they can get for the clashes with the only sides currently below them in the table.   We need to welcome back Tony in force and get right behind him as we try and fight our way ....


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Boro Bucket Collection For Teesside Hospice

A bucket collection in aid of Teesside Hospice will be held before Boro’s game with Bristol City this Saturday following a visit from Stephen McManus and Danny Coyne.   The Boro duo made a special visit to Teesside Hospice to meet the guests and staff while also giving a helping hand to paint its refurbished children’s room.   The Hospice’s “Forget-Me-Not” children’s bereavement counselling service has secured a £9,500 grant for the work ....


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Boro Say Have A Happy Brickmas

Fans can snap up an early Christmas present with a difference through a special offer for the Boro Brick Road – and ensured the names of their loved ones appear alongside Stewart Downing.   England’s ex-Boro winger was the winner of a fans’ poll to decide which former star should be next to receive a ‘Boro Legend’ brick on the popular feature outside the Riverside Stadium.   Downing received 28% of more than 1,800 votes cast via the club’s ....


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Mayor Mallon Backs Mowbray Return

    Middlesbrough Mayor Ray Mallon is backing Tony Mowbray to be the next Middlesbrough manager. Mr Mallon told Fly Me To The Moon that Tony Mowbray has what it takes to lift Boro’s fortunes and that it is the character of the man himself as well as his football credentials that makes him a great choice for the Riverside.   Mayor Mallon told us, “I’d like to see Mowbray here because the bottom line is he was a good footballer, he knows football inside out. ....


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Boro Back Kick It Out

  Boro backed the One Game One Community week of action with a series of high-profile events in support of the national Kick it Out campaign.   After hosting more than 100 schoolchildren at an anti-racism attended by defender Justin Hoyte and ex-stars Curtis Fleming and Dean Gordon, Boro helped to focus a message of inclusion and equality around the live televised home game with Leeds United.   Before the game, winners of an anti-racism poster competition received their ....


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Season To Forget Launch

Khadim’s  ‘Season to Forget’   Local writer, Khadim Hussain, has a new book out.  The collection is entitled Boro Football Poems (Season to Forget). It will be launched at the Writer’s Block, on Albert Road, on Friday 22 October at 7pm. (Shop opposite the Town Hall)   This is Khadim’s third book.  His first book, ‘Going for a Curry’ was published in 2006.  Walayat Dekho, a poetry collection, about Pakistanis, home, ....


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Mcmanus And Coyne Visit Teesside Hospice

Boro stars Stephen McManus and Danny Coyne will be making a special visit to Teesside Hospice on Thursday October 21 to help paint its refurbished children’s room.   The Hospice’s “Forget-Me-Not” children’s bereavement counselling service has secured a £9,500 grant for the work from Children in Need.   The players will apply some of the finishing touches to the children’s room, which features a mural by volunteer Shonagh Brady. ....


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Gordon Strachan Leaves Boro

  Middlesbrough Football Club has confirmed that manager Gordon Strachan has today left the club by mutual consent.   The change has been made with Boro in a disappointing 20th position 11 games into the npower Championship season.   Chairman Steve Gibson said: “Gordon is a man of great integrity. He has torn up his contract and walked away without compensation because he felt it was in the best interests of this football club.   “There are very ....


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Emnes Set For Swansea Loan

  Middlesbrough have confirmed that they expect forward Marvin Emnes to complete a one-month loan deal to Swansea today.   The Dutch Under-21 international has been restricted to reserve team games this season, having failed to gain selection for Gordon Strachan’s first team.   Emnes last started a first team game at home to Plymouth in October 2009, Strachan’s first match in charge of the club. He has not played any part in the first team since a ....


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Boro - 1pm Kick-off On New Year’s Day

  Middlesbrough's New Year’s Day derby clash at Leeds United has been brought forward to a 1pm kick-off at the request of the Police.   So a big thank you to all the boys in their black jackets for their efforts on Saturday. Many of us will be raising a toast early on New Year's Eve as we have to go early to bed to get up in time to make the early kick off on New Year's Day.   Once again the majority suffers because of the stupid minority. Don't anyone try and ....


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Boro Pay Tribute To Big Mal

There will be a period of applause for Malcolm Allison before Saturday’s home game with Leeds United after the former Boro manager passed away, aged 83.   Larger-than-life Allison, who was known throughout football as Big Mal, was Boro manager from September 1982 to March 1984 and was later Alastair Brownlee’s co-commentator on Boro games for Century Radio.   Boro, whose flags were flying at half-mast outside the Riverside today, will pay further respects when the team ....


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Boro Lotto Gets Revamp

  Boro fans are to be given the opportunity to win up to £25,000 per week in a new club lottery service.   The club has teamed up with new lottery partner FCLotto.co.uk, part of The Weather Lottery PLC, to give fans the opportunity to win this significant weekly jackpot whilst also helping to raise valuable funds for the Boro’s acclaimed Academy.   It’s great fun to play too; fans can try their luck by guessing the total number of goals scored in ....


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Boro Back One Game One Community

Boro are backing the One Game One Community week of action with a series of high-profile event in support of the national Kick it Out campaign.   After hosting more than 100 schoolchildren at an anti-racism event on Tuesday, Boro are now helping to focus a message of inclusion and equality around this Saturday’s live televised home game with Leeds United.   Fans attending Saturday’s game – which is expected to attract well over 20,000 – will not be able to ....


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Show Racism The Red Card With Boro

  Boro kicked off football’s One Game One Community national week of action when defender Justin Hoyte joined ex-Riverside stars Curtis Fleming and Dean Gordon at an event aimed at local schoolchildren.   Boro are joining all 92 English league clubs in support of the Kick it Out campaign’s ongoing push for equality and inclusion with much focus on this Saturday’s home game with Leeds United.     More than 100 Teesside youngsters from ....


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Boro Show Racism The Red Card

  Boro will kick off football’s One Game One Community national week of action when Justin Hoyte joins ex-Riverside stars Curtis Fleming and Dean Gordon at an event aimed at local schoolchildren.   Boro are joining all 92 English league clubs in support of the Kick it Out campaign’s ongoing push for equality and inclusion with much focus on this Saturday’s home game with Leeds United.   And on Tuesday (October 12) more than 100 Teesside youngsters will show ....


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