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If you are living overseas this is the (emailed) version of Fly Me To The Moon, thus avoiding the steep postal charges. Boro v Millwall issue included an interview with Boro author Tom Flight about his homage to that incredible season 96/97 – two cup finals and a Premier funeral. Also in the week of the shameful booing at the Den we talk with Shaun Campbell of Arthur Wharton Foundation to find out the latest news as he remembers the first black professional footballer and the first timed sprint record holder.
Features Arthur Wharton – first black footballer – 90th anniversary of his death and new mural in Darlington – interview with Shaun Campbell of the Arthur Wharton Foundation – timing resonates in the week of the disgraceful booing at our opponents today, Millwall.
Also interview with Tom Flight author of the fabulous Yer Joking Aren’t Ya – a celebration of the glory and not the gory ending of tumultuous season 1996/97, Ravanelli, Juninho, Emerson 3 points and a whole load of THAT
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Boro take on Norwich City at an empty Riverside but hoping to pick up from where we left off before the international break. Can we keep this long unbeaten run going? We will need to tame Pukki and co. as Norwich retain much of their strikeforce from their last successful promotion run and look well start for this season’s challenge.
Can we also add any goals ourselves, which remains our only struggle this campaign, so far.
Issue 609 includes tributes to Nobby Stiles and a look back to the swinging 60s through a Boro fans eyes. More recent nostalgia in praise of Emerson and talking of fulsome praise much has been heaped on present boss, Neil Warnock in these pages. The manager even features in the latest cartoon capers of Roofus.
All this and far, far more besides.
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Start of October – Boro going well but Chris Bartley is yearning for When Saturday Comes a return to watching the Boro and the Riverside matchday routine. Neil Garratt is keeping a mental health check. Harry Pearson is interviewed about his superb new book The Farther Corner. From where we fly over the Atlantic to join Boro North America.
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