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Middlesbrough Football Club (/ˈmɪdəlzbrə/) is a professional association football club based in Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire, England. Formed in 1876, they have played at the Riverside Stadium since 1995,[6] their second ground since turning professional in 1889. They played at Ayresome Park for 92 years, from 1903 to 1995.

Norwich, Queens Park Rangers and West Ham United have benefited from the cushion of parachute payments and, just like Burnley this season, have bounced straight back up following recent relegations. Hull City, who will be joined in the play-offs by Derby County, Sheffield Wednesday and Middlesbrough or Brighton, could also still win an immediate return this year.

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Middlesbrough supporters' main rivals are Sunderland (with whom they contest the Tees–Wear derby), Newcastle United (with whom they contest the Tyne–Tees derby), and Leeds United, a fact confirmed by's 2004 survey,.[7] Carlisle United see Middlesbrough as their biggest rivals, but Middlesbrough supporters have not reciprocated, as they do not see Carlisle as a top three rival.

It is a collective financial model that has had on-field consequences in this season’s Premier League that should only be reinforced by the rapid acceleration in revenue from 2016 until 2019.

Over the next two seasons, Middlesbrough gained successive promotions into Division Two and then into Division One. The next season, however, they came straight back down to Division Two, and with it came the then British transfer record move of Gary Pallister to Manchester United for £2.3 million.[26] Despite constant promotion and relegation, Middlesbrough were founding members of the FA Premier League for the 1992–93 season.[9]

Bryan Robson left the club before the start of 2001–02 season, having served as manager for seven years, and was replaced by Manchester United assistant coach Steve McClaren. The following seasons saw Premier League security maintained as Middlesbrough slowly improved and were seen as a tough side to beat when playing at the Riverside Stadium. During McClaren's reign, Middlesbrough achieved their highest Premier League placing, finishing seventh in 2004–05.

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“Parky needs 24-hour care these days as he suffers from Locked-In Syndrome, and I just felt it was the least I could do to organise a fundraiser for him.

The following list are the different wards, districts and suburbs that make up the Middlesbrough built-up area. (* areas that form part of built-up area under Redcar & Cleveland council)

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Middlesbrough also remains a stronghold for engineering based manufacturing and engineering contract service businesses. It also has a growing reputation for developing digital businesses particularly in the field of digital animation as a result of spin-out activity in this new industry from the Middlesbrough-based Teesside University.

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They won the FA Amateur Cup in 1895 and again in 1898. The club turned professional in 1889, but reverted to amateur status in 1892.[8] They turned professional permanently in 1899.[14] After three seasons, they won promotion to the First Division, where they would remain for the next 22 years.[8]

The following former Middlesbrough players and managers have been inducted into the Scottish Football Hall of Fame.

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The fairytale for Brighton, whose most recently published annual turnover was £23.7 million, would be especially pronounced and comparable to the story 100 miles down the coast at Bournemouth. Brighton have not played in the top flight since 1983 but, after finally being permitted to build a new stadium in 2010, have risen under the ownership of Tony Bloom from a club who were once homeless and in genuine threat of extinction.

“I said at one point on the microphone that the Boro team of ‘86 didn’t need to kiss the badge or the shirt to show that they loved the club.

Latest Boro transfer news, rumours, opinion, injuries, player interviews, fixture news and more. Breaking Middlesbrough FC news, pictures, video, live blogs and surveys. The Gazette brings you updates from the Riverside Stadium and Rockcliffe as well as analysis from GazetteLive's team of Boro sports writers. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook @GazetteBoro and via #Boro and #BoroLive.


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Following a poor run of form of 2 wins in 12 games in the 2013–14 campaign, on 21 October 2013, nearly three years after his arrival, Tony Mowbray left the club with immediate effect.[38] Aitor Karanka, a former Spanish defender and assistant coach at Real Madrid to José Mourinho, became the new Middlesbrough manager on 13 November 2013, signing a two-year contract.[39] He became the first non-British manager at the club, which finished the season 12th in the final league standings.

The Football League 100 Legends is a list of 100 legendary football players produced by The Football League in 1998, to celebrate the 100th season of League football.[78]

Gibson, 23, was a cornerstone of Boro’s Championship promotion campaign last season, and Allardyce is understood to be seriously considering calling him into his squad for the World Cup qualifiers against Malta and Slovenia next month. Even if Gibson does not make the cut he could well be included for the November qualifier against Scotland and friendly against Spain.

“If he’s on the England list next week then we can celebrate but at the moment the main thing to think about is Tottenham. He has to help us to win games here and then he can think about the national team.”

Middlesbrough Official Supporters Club, which features its own team in the local football league,[52] has links with supporters' clubs across the globe. The largest supporters' clubs include the Official Supporters' Club, the Middlesbrough Disabled Supporters' Association, Yarm Reds, Red Faction and Middlesbrough Supporters South.[52]

Chris was appointed editor of the Gazette in January 2012. He is also a former Gazette news editor. Chris has more than 20 years experience as a journalist and has previously worked in senior positions in Newcastle, Exeter and Nottingham.

Middlesbrough fans had also been praised by Cleveland Police for their behaviour in previous rounds, particularly in the light of aggravation prior to and during the match at Roma.[56]

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Middlesbrough Football Club in the Community (MFCIC) was founded in 1995 by club chairman Steve Gibson[63] and is one of the largest community-based football schemes in the United Kingdom.[64] It is run separately from the football club but receives support from both the club in terms of providing players, staff, stadium facilities and PR in the matchday programme and other publications, as well as support from other local organisations.[65]

It was announced in December 2007 that Middlesbrough football club had carried out more community work during 2006–07 than any other Premier League club, rising from second place the previous year, with the club making 318 appearances – almost twice the Premier League average of 162.[67] They were in the top two for community appearances again in 2007–08, with 374 – a 17% increase on the previous season.[68]

It is all another indirect consequence of new Premier League broadcast deals that are globally worth a staggering £8.3 billion over the next three years. That represents a 50 per cent increase on the period from 2013 until 2016 and dwarfs any other European league. With the proceeds of those television rights spread relatively equally across the 20 clubs, 17 were already among the 30 richest in the world even before this new deal.