The race for promotion to the Premier League is starting to hot up. With 11 games to go the top 8 are separated by just 9 points. I take a look at the remaining fixtures for these 8 teams and calculate who has the toughest run in.
Saturday 24th January. A day that will live long in the memory of Middlesbrough supporters far and wide. A day that the lucky 5,505 (including myself) who got tickets will never forget. A day that Boro beat the Premier League champions in their own back yard. (more…)
Last night saw the 2014 Sports Personality of the Year presentation and I can’t help thinking that the show and the award has become a farce. The bizarre booking of Simple Minds to open the show, the sheer tediousness of the entire event, the ridiculous shortlist of candidates and the public choosing the wrong winner. Is it time for SPOTY to change the format of the show?
Its all over. We have to wait 4 more years for this festival of football to return. This is one of the saddest times you’ll experience. The thought of having to wait until the weekend to watch football matches is repulsive. I want 3 matches a day forever. What a summer, what a World Cup.
After yet another disappointing season, Middlesbrough once again missed out on a place in the Playoffs. However with new manager, Aitor Karanka, beginning to turn things around at the Riverside there are reasons for the Boro faithful to be optimistic.
A cold, wet day at Vicarage Road marked the end of the season for Middlesbrough. A season that had started so brightly ended in the bitter disappointment of missing out on the playoffs.
Comprehensive list of all transfers completed by Premier League clubs during the 2012 January Transfer Window (as of 1st February 2012)
Note: Does not include 1 month loan deals