Results tagged “Middlesbrough”
Middlesbrough came from a goal down at The Valley to win by a canter against a Charlton side still looking for their first home win since the second game of the season.
It all started so well for the south-east Londoners. Charlton were looking dangerous on
the counter-attack and that was the key to the opening goal.
West Ham's fine away form continued with a 2-0 win over Middlesbrough last night.
An early goal from Freddie Piquionne and an injury time strike from substitute Carlton Cole earned the Irons all three points against their Championship promotion rivals and left manager Sam Allardyce a happy man.
"Daft as a brush" was Bobby Robson's description of former England midfielder Paul Gascoigne.
Sadly that daftness had a darker side, which has manifested itself in recent years in a well-documented drink problem. He's clearly still fragile, but Gascoigne, 44, is happier now.
Ian Toal, of Millwall Supporters Club, is pleased to see the Lions pick up a valuable away point.
What a relief it was to get a point up at The Riverside on Saturday against a Middlesbrough team flying near the top of the table. So bad has our away form been this season it was our first away point since the opening day draw against Reading.
Gazzamania swept Canary Wharf this afternoon as former England midfielder Paul Gascoigne launched his latest book in Jubilee Place mall.
Gascoigne, 44, played for Newcastle, Tottenham, Lazio, Rangers, Middlesbrough, Everton and Burnley during his career and won 57 England caps - starring in the 1990 World Cup.