Boro moved back to the Championship summit on Friday night with a hard fought victory over Sheffield Wednesday. Join the MSS at the Dog and Truck pub tomorrow to see if we can secure our place as league leaders.
A steely performance by England secured a famous win in Spain, and made the recent international break seem almost worthwhile. Hopefully the break will have given Boro time to iron out the flaws shown in our disappointing home defeat to Nottingham Forest, and allow us to reinforce our promotion credentials when we visit Sheffield Wednesday. Join the MSS at the Dog and Truck pub this Friday to see if we can show our metal, and move back to the Championship summit.
A controversial penalty denied Boro all three points at Hull at the weekend, and as such prevented us from ascending to the Championship summit. In fact, our inconsistent form since the international break has cost the Boro our top two place, with free-scoring West Brom overtaking us and Leeds to take top spot.
Thankfully we have an instant opportunity to make amends as we travel to winless Ipswich Town. Join the MSS at the Dog and Truck pub this Tuesday to see if we can get back to winning ways on the road.
It could be argued that the recent international break tempered our early season momentum somewhat, especially when you compare our pre-break performances against West Brom and Leeds, with the sluggish performance against Norwich on Saturday. Thankfully we have an instant opportunity to make amends as we host Bolton. Join the MSS at the Dog and Truck pub to see if we can bounce back from our first league defeat.
Following scenes of absolute delight at the Dog & Truck last Friday night we’re heading back to do it all over again. The proposition this Friday night is even more mouth watering as Boro head to Elland Road to play Marcelo Bielsa’s in-form Leeds United side.
This Friday looks to be the biggest test of our promotion credentials thus far, as Tony Pulis’ former side West Brom visit the Riverside fresh from a 7-1 thumping of lowly Queens Park Rangers. Watch it live with the MSS at our London boozer, The Dog & Truck.
Tonight we host Sheffield United, and it’s live via the Sky Sports red button. Despite the late notice we thought we’d try and get all Central London based Boro exiles in one place. That one place is the Dog and Truck pub in Aldgate …
The summer of 2018 has offered several fun distractions; England’s best World Cup performance in a generation, a blistering heatwave, Darlington 1-0 Sunderland. But now it’s time to get back to real business of league football.
With several new players arriving, and some popular players departing, it’s time to see whether a Tony Pulis pre-season can transform Boro from play-off semi-finalists to automatic promotion contenders. First up is a trip to SE London to take on Millwall.
Here’s all the information you will need to know ahead of Boro’s trip to champions elect Chelsea this coming Monday (8th May).
It’s crunch time now for Boro as we look to stay in the Premier League.