Dom is joined by Alex for this podcast where they review Middlesbrough's recent results in the side's bid for a spot in the Championship's play-off spot. A loss on Good Friday followed by a comeback on Easter Monday saw Boro sit nine points away from sixth place, all but meaning Neil Warnock's men won't be taking part in the post-season competition in England's second tier. With 5th placed Barnsley upcoming this weekend, the guys profile the game and if Boro come back from the dead to gatecrash the play offs.
In the latest installment of the podcast, Dom, Mitch and Alex are back to discuss the last fortnight of Boro action which saw Neil Warnock's men lose just once - and a highly contentious one at that, against Swansea. The guys also look ahead to next season and assess the current squad, and which positions they would chose to upgrade on and those they think are set.
Dom, Mitch and Alex are back together again for another podcast. They cover the past two weeks in Middlesbrough Football Club, including taking four points from a possible nine as well as news of surrounding Ashley Fletcher possibly running his contract down on Teesside, Neil Warnock's comments on Chuba Akpom's arrival at the club and the Boro boss' own future at the Riverside Stadium as he heads for talks with Steve Gibson this week.
The VFTH podcast this week dives into the most recent Boro result, a 2-1 win over Huddersfield Town, and assesses how Neil Warnock's side performed to win their first game in five. Dom, joined again by Mitch and Alex, dives into the refereeing debate in the Championship as Boro suffer from another poor refereeing decision, as Paddy McNair could face a three match suspension. The guys also look ahead to the Red Army's next fixture, a tie with Reading and a trip to the Madjeski Stadium.
In this episode, Dom is joined by fellow Boro fans Mitch Taylor and Alex Royal to discuss Middlesbrough's transfer business over the January window and what could happen on Deadline Day. They also look forward to Boro's next fixture as well as looking back over captain Britt Assombalonga's time at the club, as he is widely assumed to be leaving the club before the transfer window closes.
In this episode we dive into Middlesbrough’s recent transfer dealings (or lack there of) and assess CEO Neil Bausor’s position at the club. We also look at where Boro need to improve and list some names that could, or should, be on the shortlist at Rockliffe Park
In what is a very uncertain time for all, join Dom Brown in reflecting over Boro's season so far, and how the recent victory over Charlton Athletic will take on a completely new light, should the 2019/20 season not continue. Looking ahead, also, Dom assesses how the squad could look differently next season, with the need for recruitment as well as retaining some of the players already on staff. Subscribe to the podcast, share it with a mate and please remember to keep safe. Up the Boro.
The Sky Bet Championhip table does not make happy reading for fans of Middlesbrough, but Dom is back none-the-less to try and decipher why Boro's season is turning out to be one of the worst in recent memory. Is Jonathan Woodgate somewhat to blame for his side's ineptitudes infront of goal this season? Why is the squad so thread bare? And how can Boro beat Queens Park Rangers this weekend? Dom strives to find these answers, as well as look for any positives to take into the Winter period.
Dom is back for another Boro focussed pod. The backlash from the 1-0 los to Brentford and looking ahead to the Carabao Cup match is on the agenda today.
Just a correction on what was on the pod. Boro won 93 of their 184 games between 2014 and 2019 in the Championship - for a winning percentage of 50.54%! #UTB