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Match Report: Middlesbrough 1-1 Bristol City

A 56th minute wonder goal from Malaury Martin wasn’t enough to inspire Boro to come from behind against championship strugglers Bristol City. The Teessiders made two changes from the side that drew at Upton Park on Tuesday, with Bart Ogbeche and Merouane Zemamma coming in for Marvin Emnes and Richard Smallwood who dropped to the bench. The visitors started the brighter ... Read More »

Match Report: Middlesbrough 1-1 Bristol City (City Fan’s Perspective)

A debut goal from Hogan Ephraim gave Bristol City a much deserved point at promotion chasing Middlesbrough. City held on for the draw despite playing the final 15 minutes with 10 men after left-back Ryan McGivern was sent off after bringing down Boro striker Lukas Jutkiewicz. Robins manager McInnes made five changes from the side that lost at home to Watford ... Read More »

Match Report: West Ham 1-1 Middlesbrough (Boro Fan’s Perspective)

A late equaliser from Nigerian substitute Bart Ogbeche salvaged a point for Middlesbrough at Upton Park to keep their play-off hopes alive. Boro made two changes to the side that lost at Birmingham at the weekend, with Richard Smallwood and Marvin Emnes starting in place of Julio Arca and Tony McMahon who dropped to the bench. Before the game both ... Read More »

Match Report: Middlesbrough 1-0 Shrewsbury Town (Middlesbrough Fan’s Perspective)

  Middlesbrough avoided defeat to lower league opposition in the third round of the Budweiser FA cup despite a lack-lustre performance against League Two Shrewsbury Town. The Shrews were guilty of some wasteful play in front of goal and could of quite easily pulled off a famous giant killing in front of the Riverside’s lowest crowd of the season had ... Read More »

Middlesbrough 1-1 Peterborough United (Boro Fan’s Perspective)

Boro were denied all three points as Tommy Rowe snatched a late equaliser to extend Peterborough’s unbeaten run to four games. It was the first time the that Tony Mowbray’s men have dropped points in December after four successive wins and they will be bitterly disappointed after they missed the chance to go level on points with leaders and fellow ... Read More »

Match Report: Cardiff City 2-3 Middlesbrough (Middlesbrough Fan’s Perspective)

A moment of brilliance from Belgian international midfielder Faris Haroun helped Boro to leapfrog Cardiff into third in The Championship, and win for the second season in a row at the Cardiff City Stadium. Middlesbrough keeper Jason Steele can count himself lucky not to have been sent off after he clashed with Bluebirds defender Kevin McNaughton early on, but referee ... Read More »

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