Thursday, 19 March 2015 01:36 | Written by James Nugent |
Boro’s clash with Bournemouth this weekend (Sat 21st March) is to be televised on Sky Sports with a 12:15pm KO. MSS invites all London-based Boro fans to join us at the Roxy Bar and Screen on Borough High Street to watch the game on their giant cinema screen.
Boro's visit to Bournemouth is another opportunity to gain vital points over a promotion rival. If you can't make it to the game, get yourself to BOROugh High Street and get down to the serious business of cheering the Boro to victory.
Monday, 16 March 2015 11:39 | Written by James Nugent |
All MSS members who applied for Bournemouth tickets through us were successful and managed to get a ticket before it sold out. We are running a bus on match-day (Sat 21-Mar) from Central London as the train is expensive and a trek from the stadium.
The plan is as follows:
The bus is great crack and drops you directly at the stadium Buy your tickets below!
Monday, 09 March 2015 18:07 | Written by Johnathon Gallagher |
Boro’s promotion push continues this weekend when Mick McCarthy brings his Tractor Boys to The Riverside intent on ploughing their way into the top six places. We are calling on all MSS members to come and support the team along with fellow Boro fans at the Roxy Bar and Screen on Borough High Street for a 12.15pm KO
It is testament to the open nature of this division that Ipswich were pushing for a top spot just a few weeks back and after sweeping aside Boro in the reverse fixture it looked like the pragmatic approach of Big Mick might have seen them push on. With Boro losing to Forest at the weekend it's fair to say that it's likely to be a tense affair and if we are to get back on the path for glory we will really be looking to shaft Ipswich this time.
The Roxy will be open from noon so grab your mates and your giant foam hands and get behind the Boro!
RSVP and invite your friends on Facebook here
Wednesday, 04 March 2015 15:02 | Written by James Nugent |
Given the limited allocation and the fact that it is a big game, demand will exceed supply for the Bournemouth game on Saturday 21-Mar at 12:15pm. Therefore, we are implementing some small changes to our usual ticketing process for this game.
If you are a Season Card or Boro Pride member, you are advised to buy directly from the Boro ticket office. Tickets are available to Season Card holders on Wednesday 4th March and to Boro Pride members on Friday 6th March.
For everyone else, MSS are now collecting ticket requests from non-season card/non-Boro Pride members on the MSS shop. The deadline for ticket applications is 8pm on Sunday 8th March. This will allow us to collate the orders and deliver them to MFC when they go on general sale the following morning.
As we expect high demand and have no reserved allocation of tickets, we are unable to guarantee you a ticket and requests will be processed on a first come, first served basis. Order early to avoid disappointment. If your application is unsuccessful, your PayPal order will be refunded to your account.
Finally, as the ground is a pain to get to and expensive on the train (£52 return!), we are running our third #MSSbus of the season. Return tickets from Central London are available for £18 from the MSS shop.
Monday, 02 March 2015 14:13 | Written by James Howell |
“Beware the ides of March” the soothsayer told Julius Caesar and this warning should be bestowed onto Aitor Karanka as the season begins to get significant. As the soothsayer’s original warning predicted the assassination of the Roman Leader, March could also spell the death of Middlesbrough’s season ambitions.
This month, there is a fixture line up that will decide our season. The month sees us face Ipswich, Derby, Bournemouth and, a few weeks later into April, Watford, as well as recently resurgent Nottingham Forest. While a similar sequence of fixtures was experienced in late November and December, this time it will be absolutely vital for Boro to use these game to consolidate a position in the top 2.
With only three points currently separating the top three places in the league, emerging victorious from these games would surely spell title winners, defeat would leave us scrabbling amongst the play-offs places and at worst below the dotted line.
One small feature of comfort that the Middlesbrough faithful can take heart in is the ability to play in big games. Take Derby, for example, although at the Riverside, they were comprehensively beaten and the same can be said about Brentford last weekend and holding blitzkrieg Bournemouth to a nil-nil draw also shows our ability to perform when it matters.
What could be construed as worrying is watching teams strengthen around us, Derby adding Tom Ince and Jesse Lingard most notably. Our hopes of Bournemouth dropping off has begun to show signs of fruition. The emergence of Norwich as contenders only adds to our problems.
It is too early and with too much to play for to start regretting dropped points, but February presents itself with an opportunity to reclaim these. With wasteful draws against Blackpool and Charlton earlier in the season, as well as a losing to Leeds and Sheffield Wednesday in recent times, the team now must start notching some points on the board.
If we are going to win the title, and yes I said it, we need to get the show back on the road. They say there are no easy games in the Championship and we’ve shown we can beat any team in the league, losses to Wednesday and Leeds are going a long way to derail us.
The one issue that seems to be leaving us slightly behind is the goals scored column. While we are obviously the finest defensive outfit in the League, having only conceded 24 in 34 games, with the closest being Derby and Sheffield Wednesday conceding 35 and 32 respectively. However, we remain the lowest scores in the top 6. What does this mean? Well realistically nothing, but come May and the end of the season it’s the fine margins that matter.
So Friends, Romans and countrymen, lend me your ears. We need Aitor and the team to unleash their inner Brutus and, in merciless fashion, slay not only our promotion rivals but the likes of Millwall and Wigan in early April.
By James Howell
Originally written for FMTTM. Updated for MSS.
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