After hundreds of votes were cast, the midfield enforcer Adam Clayton was crowned MSS Player of the Year for 2015/16 season.
Exorcise those demons from last year’s trip to Wembley and join MSS to watch Hull City and Sheffield Wednesday battle it out for a place in the top flight!
Teesside is set for more glory this weekend as both Middlesbrough Supporters South football teams have reached the final of the APFSCIL plate competition.
Anything but a loss will see Boro promoted – can we do it?
MSS is in the process of confirming a venue for Saturday’s game.
If you’re in London – don’t suffer in silence when our destiny is decided – join other MSS Members to watch Boro confirm their place in the Premier League.
Kick off is 12:30pm.
Walkabout operates a strict ID policy so please bring proof of age.
You can RSVP for the Facebook event.
Join MSS for the second to last game of the season!
Voting for the annunal MSS Player of the Year award is now open!
Middlesbrough FC have been through the wringer this year, from highs of Old Trafford and last gasp winners to lows of Rotherham and Charlton away. But now is the time for you to pick your MSS Player of the Year. Last year George Friend got the gong and he is surely in contention again this year.
Voting closes at Midnight on Monday 25th April.
Five games to go and Boro travel to already relegated Bolton Wanderers. Join MSS at Walkabout Temple this Saturday lunchtime. The game kicks off at 12:30 and Walkabout have agreed to screen the game.
Games are running out for Middlesbrough and a trip to Loftus Road starts a massive April. Middlesbrough are heading to QPR hoping to do the double over the West London club. The game is Friday night at 7:45pm and MSS have everything you need to know about how to get there and where to meet up.