My lifetime they've won 12 out of 49 league games against us, no wonder they hate to admit it's a derby, we've been well on top the last 50 yearsThese are the results that make them not want to make it a Derby. Let’s face it their the northeast’s worst team and have been for over half a century
Advice? Sing a bit, enjoy yourselves.. don’t try and batter families and young kids!There was a pedo chant aimed at whoever kept onto the ball. I saw a few try to make it over to the east stand for a scrap.. looked like a few tumbles which served them right. But, yeah overall embarrassed themselves going full windmill at the family stand.
Good match. They weren’t as good as I thought they could be.. great to see Prichard and Embleton going at each other in the tunnel at half time!! Still had beef when Embleton came on for Prichard!!
Welcome back mackems!! Mowbray will have you finishing higher than Alex Neil. The young uns will benefit from mogga’s guidance.
Advice? Sing a bit, enjoy yourselves.. don’t try and batter families and young kids!
They’re not THAT bad.. just a bit lost. They pride themselves on being 2nd rate geordies and they’ve been in the third tier for yonks over failed England internationals and pish heads. Had it not been for mogga that would have been us!Advice? Sing a bit, enjoy yourselves.. don’t try and batter families and young kids!
That's their style , as I've said earlier horrible set of fans
I guess it depends on your definition of derby, I've always gone with geographic proximity. As such Newcastle and Sunderland would be our "derbies" (plus Darlo and Pools). To a lesser extent the Yorkshire teams (Leeds?) but I think that's as a result of historically aligning ourselves with the North East rather than Yorkshire, at least in footballing terms?Not sure if anyone has posted this
Boro to Sunderland is 24 miles
however the Liverpool Manchester 'derby' is 32 miles