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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-04-20, 9:48 am

MIDDLESBROUGH V SUNDERLAND
Wednesday April 26th
KO 19.45
The Riverside Stadium




In a season of must win games this is a must win game if we are to retain a very slim chance of premier league survival, of course the very same applies to Boro, a draw will see us both down.


One thing I guess is certain, it will be a watch from behind the sofa night.


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Post  barrowmackem on 2017-04-20, 9:54 am

both teams will have to go for it so it should be a cracker. Just hope JD finds his touch again.

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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-04-20, 11:08 am

LET THE BUILD UP BEGIN


The instructions from the police have just been received, Cleveland Police are in total charge of traffic movement including the convoy and individual branch coaches.The main convoy of supporters coaches will leave the the SOL at 17:30. Our branch coaches and other branch coaches not going from the SOL must be at the Wynyard Business Park RVP for a police escort leaving at 18:00. This means our branch coach will leave Kelloe Greyhound at 17:35 and Coxhoe Londis shop at 17:40. If any member that has their names down for the coach have any issues with this time please can you text my mobile. There will not be any hold back from leaving the stadium but the away coaches will be held back until all pedestrians and traffic has left the area so we can travel home in safety for everyone. There will be a police escort as far as the Wynyard junction of the A19.

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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-04-20, 2:33 pm

Billy Jones should be fit to face Middlesbrough



Sunderland defender Billy Jones should be fit to face Middlesbrough on April 26 – despite suffering a concussion during Saturday’s draw with West Ham.

The right-back was stretchered off in a neck brace and with an oxygen mask on after falling awkwardly and bumping his head on the turf following a shoulder challenge from Arthur Masuaku late in the game.

After a lengthy stoppage, Jones was eventually substituted in the 88th minute, with 10 minutes of added-on time played.

He was dazed in the aftermath and was taken to hospital for checks, but boss David Moyes said the defender is “fine” and Sunderland confirmed on Saturday night that the player had been discharged from hospital.

Moyes, speaking post-match, said: “Billy has gone to hospital, but he is fine.
“We think it was concussion – his head hit the ground. My first feeling was that it was his shoulder, but, from the dugout, that is how it looked.

“They tell me it is his head and it is concussion. They think he passed out during the game but he is fine.

“He was conscious. They asked him a few questions and he was a bit dazed and didn’t answer them quite right, but they think he is OK.”

The FA and Premier League have clear ‘return to play’ guidelines for players suspected to have suffered concussion. It essentially means players cannot return to competitive action for at least six days.

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Post  Hieronymus on 2017-04-20, 5:35 pm

Despite all the 'depression' around SAFC it is impossible not to get your hopes up before every game so I too will be listening/watching next week and willing them on.

And yes I too will be behind the sofa (not the same one as Syd mind!!) Laughing

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Hieronymus wrote:Despite all the 'depression' around SAFC it is impossible not to get your hopes up before every game so I too will be listening/watching next week and willing them on.

And yes I too will be behind the sofa (not the same one as Syd mind!!) Laughing

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How to get here

You can use the Connect Tees Valley journey planner to plan a journey from anywhere in England to Middlesbrough. The free tool offers both driving directions and public transport (rail, coach and bus) routes. You can also use the AA route planner to find driving directions.
The AA's traffic news page will show you any roadworks, accidents or delays which might disrupt your journey, and the National Rail service indicator gives updates about delays and cancellations on the rail network.
You can download our [url=http://lovemiddlesbrough.com/bundles/home/uploads/pdfs/downloads/A4 Map Only - Day.pdf]daytime[/url] and [url=http://lovemiddlesbrough.com/bundles/home/uploads/pdfs/downloads/A4 Map Only - Night.pdf]nighttime[/url] maps to help you get around the town centre.


Train

Middlesbrough rail station is located a twenty minute walk from the Riverside Stadium and ten minutes from the bustling restaurants, pubs and shops in the heart of the town centre.
The station is served by hourly services from Yorkshire and the north west, with stops including York, Leeds and Manchester, and hourly services from the north, with stops including Darlington, Sunderland and Newcastle. You can use the National Rail website to plan a rail journey to Middlesbrough.
Middlesbrough rail station has a cafe and toilets, and is fully wheelchair accessible. Read more about Middlesbrough station facilities.
There's a taxi rank directly outside the station; exit via the accessible entrance from the station underpass. The journey is around five minutes in normal traffic.
How to reach the Riverside on foot from the station:
Exiting the station onto Bridge Street West (via the accessible entrance from the station underpass), turn right and cross Albert Road. Follow Bridge Street East to the junction with Windward Way (with the black and orange Boho Five building on the right). Stay on Windward Way, eventually passing the Hudson Quay development on the left, and continue on under the bridge to the Riverside Stadium.


Bus

Middlesbrough bus station is located a twenty five minute walk from the Riverside Stadium. It's served by coach services departing from and to many major cities throughout England. Visit megabus or National Express to view routes and book journeys.
Middlesbrough bus station has toilets, and is fully wheelchair accessible.
There's a taxi rank outside the bus station, exit via either of the entrances onto Newport Road and turn left. The journey is around ten minutes in normal traffic.
Please note, there is no bus service to the Riverside Stadium.
How to reach the Riverside on foot from the bus station:
Leave the bus station via the Middlesbrough Cycle Centre exit onto Newport Road. Turning right, walk down Newport Road and turn left at Debenhams onto Linthorpe Road. Continue to the end of the road (Halifax/Yorkshire Bank), cross over Wilson Street, and continue straight on. Walk through the railway underpass and up (via steps or the ramp) onto Bridge Street West. Turn right and walk down the road, crossing Albert Road onto Bridge Street East. Follow Bridge Street East to the junction with Windward Way (with the black and orange Boho Five building on the right). Stay on Windward Way, eventually passing the Hudson Quay development on the left, and continue on under the bridge to the Riverside Stadium.


Car

Middlesbrough is well connected to other cities with the A1 (M), A19 and A66 running through the region from the North to South and East to West. You can use the AA route planner to find directions to Middlesbrough from anywhere in the UK. For online maps and sat-nav systems, the Riverside Stadium postcode is TS3 6RS.
Please note, there are restrictions on where cars can be parked in the area around the Riverside Stadium, and these restrictions will be enforced on matchdays. We want your time in Middlesbrough to be enjoyable and free of parking fines, so please use the map below to find somewhere suitable to park!

How to reach the Riverside Stadium by road:

From the north: Approaching Middlesbrough on the A19, cross over the River Tees and take the A66 eastbound towards Middlesbrough town centre. Stay on the A66 past the town centre (on your right) and follow signs to the stadium, which you will see on your left.
From the south: Leave the A1(M) at junction 49, signposted to Teesside, and join the A168, which after approximately 11 miles will become the A19. Approximately 19 miles later take the A66 eastbound towards Middlesbrough town centre. Stay on A66 past the town centre (on your right) and follow signs to the stadium, which you will see on your left.
From the west: Leave the A1(M) at Junction 57 onto the A66(M). Follow signs to Teesside on the A66. In approximately 18 miles you will pass Middlesbrough town centre (on your right) and follow signs to the stadium, which you will see on your left.


Where to park

The town has 3558 long stay parking spaces, giving you plenty of options for where to leave your car while you're cheering your team on. Find a car park on the map below, or view a list of matchday car parks.
Matchday parking at the stadium is only available to permit holders. Both home and away fans are able to purchase permits by calling the Ticket Office on 0844 499 1234.
Home fans and visitors are requested to use the parking facilities listed below. Enforcement action may be taken against cars parked illegally or unsafely in areas around the stadium. Please park responsibly.



















[th]Car Park[/th][th]Spaces[/th][th]Cost[/th][th]Walking time to stadium[/th]
CL Prosser,
Normanby Wharf,
Dockside Rd,
TS3 8AT
1000£320 mins
Denmark Street,
TS2 1HA
137£2.10 (up to 4 hours)
£3.10 (over 4 hours)
25 mins
Dockside Industrial Services,
Cochranes Wharf,
Dockside Rd,
TS3 6AU
50£412 mins
France Street,
TS1 1EL
531£2.10 (up to 4 hours)
£3.10 (over 4 hours)
11 mins
Hudson Quay,
TS2 1QG
100£55 mins
Readmans Steel,
Cochranes Wharf,
Dockside Rd,
TS3 6AW
200£411 mins
Station Street,
TS1 1SR
116£1.60 (over 2 hours)22 mins
Vulcan Street,
TS2
300£211 mins
Windward Way,
TS3 6AF
300Free (under review)11 mins
Zetland multistorey,
TS1 1SR
897£1.60 (over 2 hours)22 mins
The Zetland multistorey car park will stay open until 11pm on nights where Middlesbrough have late matches (7:45pm kick off) at home, and 11:30pm for cup matches which go into extra time.
Parking restrictions
The following roads close to the stadium are restricted and cannot be used for parking at any time:
Cargo Fleet Road
Dockside Road
Heath Road
Marsh Road (section near the Navigation public house)
Moor Road
Shepherdson Way
The Halyard
The Leeway
Windward Way

Restrictions are also in place on parts of the A66 and A172.
Please be aware that the empty supermarket building, near to KFC and Costa Coffee off Shepherdson Way, is private property, and the owner has determined that it will not make the car park available for use on match days. Please don't try to park in this area.
To avoid enforcement action being taken against your vehicle for parking in a restricted zone, please use the car parking facilities given above.
Town centre transport map



Taxi

Middlesbrough has a number of taxi ranks in the town centre. The ones outside the railway and bus stations operate both day and night. You can use the map above to find all the day time taxi ranks.
Taxi ranks: day
* Rail station
* Bus station
* Corporation Road (outside Pig Iron)
* Grange Road (opposite Cash Converters)
* Linthorpe Road (outside Pizza Hut)

At night, there are a number of ranks in the bustling Southfield Road/Linthorpe Road area, which is full to the brim with pubs and independent restaurants and is definitely worth a pre- or post-match visit.
Taxi ranks: night
* Rail station
* Bus station
* Corporation Road (outside Pig Iron)
* Albert Road (outside Holiday Inn)
* Linthorpe Road (outside Linthorpe Hall)
* Linthorpe Road (outside Valentino's)



Air

Travelling fans from all over the world can fly into Leeds Bradford airport, just over an hour's drive from the Riverside Stadium. Newcastle airport welcomes fans from across Europe, and is just over an hour's drive away. Middlesbrough's closest airport is Durham Tees Valley airport, just 20 minutes away, which offers connections via Amsterdam to cities across the world.


Sea

Middlesbrough's closest ports are Newcastle and Hull, served by DFDS Seaways and P&O Ferries respectively.


Where to eat and drink

Whatever your usual matchday fare, Middlesbrough has you covered.
To get even closer to the heart of the action before and after the match, the Riverside Stadium offers hospitality packages for fans. Take your matchday to the next level with a carvery in the Legends Lounge, or check out the Hardwick Bar for an authentic sports bar experience (with a Boro twist, of course!)
For those looking for fantastic corporate entertaining, the Riverside offers a number of packages, from executive boxes to exclusive champagne receptions in The Ayresome Lounge. New for the 2016/17 season is the Riverside Restaurant, which offers a four course meal and guest appearances to create a perfect corporate entertaining experience.
Middlesbrough's enviable selection of unique and independent town centre restaurants offer up all the usual favourites but there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy something a bit different too. Read more about where to eat. If your post-match tradition involves a celebratory or commiserative drink, you'll find plenty of watering holes to try out, from well-known chains to chilled micropubs. Read more about where to drink (and maybe dance).
If you've heard rumours about Middlesbrough's legendary local delicacy, the parmo, and want to try one for yourself, there are endless options - most takeaways sell parmos, as well as many restaurants in the town.

Matchday food and drink offers

We're working hard to collect the best food and drink offers from across the town to make your matchday even tastier, so check back regularly for more!
Al Forno
Two parmos and two pints of Stella  |  £15
Bedford Street Coffee
Hot pie and coffee   |   £4.50

Khushi Indian buffet

10% discount   |   just show your match ticket to claim!


Where to stay

Middlesbrough FC’s preferred hotel partners are Rockliffe Hall and Holiday Inn Express.
If you're looking for the familiarity of a well-known hotel chain, Middlesbrough town centre offers a choice of Jurys Inn and Travelodge. All are within a 10 minute drive and 30 minute walk of the stadium, and are great bases from which to explore the town before or after the match.
Further afield, Chadwicks Guest House and Linthorpe Guest House offer a home away from home, and are just ten and fifteen minutes' drive from the Riverside Stadium respectively. The Blue Bell Hotel, Baltimore Hotel, and Best Western Middlesbrough are all located outside the town centre if you fancy a slightly quieter escape after a busy evening sampling the town's delights.


Things to do in Middlesbrough

For events big and small, check out our what's on guide, and keep your eyes peeled for posters around the town letting you know about unmissable events to look out for.
You can while away an afternoon in Middlesbrough's independent Baker/Bedford Street quarter, which offers more restaurants and micropubs than you can shake a stick at. Once a month, watch out for Orange Pip Market, a paradise for foodies, which also includes music and quirky on-street entertainment.
Got a head for heights? Why not book a trip to the top of the iconic Tees Transporter Bridge! At 68m above the River Tees, you can enjoy panoramic views around Middlesbrough and Teesside, including Middlesbrough Dock, the Riverside Stadium, the town centre, and Roseberry Topping in the distance.
If you fancy a bit of culture, you're spoiled for choice with two museums (Dorman Museum and Captain Cook Birthplace Museum), a theatre and an art gallery.
For a full list of Middlesbrough's attractions, visit the where to go section.


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Post  Hieronymus on 2017-04-20, 6:14 pm

cyprussyd wrote:
Hieronymus wrote:Despite all the 'depression' around SAFC it is impossible not to get your hopes up before every game so I too will be listening/watching next week and willing them on.

And yes I too will be behind the sofa (not the same one as Syd mind!!) Laughing

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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-04-20, 6:15 pm


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Guess what Sunderland fans are banned from wearing at next week's crunch Middlesbrough match?
Sunderland fans are again banned from wearing "smog" masks and chemical outfits at next week's crucial derby with relegation rivals Middlesbrough.
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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-04-22, 5:11 pm

Better not fall out with Boro fans, we could be seeing a lot of them.

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Post  gil t azell on 2017-04-22, 7:06 pm

There are no return trains from the ground after the match.

The police will go missing until the away fans start retaliating and fighting back  outside the ground at the end of the game and then see how many home fans and how many away fans are arrested.

We will beat them but why play JD and a few others now. JD, Borini, Januzai and loads more will be gone so get some young uns on the pitch.
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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-04-24, 10:39 am

And the referee is

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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-04-26, 7:04 am

Well its match day again for those still hanging on to a very, very, very thin hope. The scary thing is a win lifts us from bottom to bottom but it at least gives us something to fight for on Saturday.

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Post  sunderpitt on 2017-04-26, 9:07 am

Just read Louise Taylor on the game and I do not have the heart to copy and paste...we are both down  Crying or Very sad
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Post  silvers on 2017-04-26, 9:39 am

Boro havent won in 2017 .... Shocked

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Sunderland AFC

Starting 11
13Jordan Pickford

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16John O'Shea
4Jason Denayer
2Billy Jones
10Wahbi Khazri
17Didier Ndong
24Darron Gibson
6Lee Cattermole
28Victor Anichebe
18Jermain Defoe
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23Lamine Koné8Jack Rodwell9Fabio Borini44Adnan Januzaj20Steven Pienaar15Joleon Lescott1Vito Mannone



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Post  sunderpitt on 2017-04-26, 7:06 pm

Januzaj and Roswell not starting, so the side not too bad.

A few wins before the end of the season would cheer me up
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THE BOYS ARRIVE

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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-04-26, 7:37 pm

FOUND A LIVE STREAM SO SEE YOU ALL AT HT

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Post  Hieronymus on 2017-04-26, 7:55 pm

For God's sake. We sounded like we were doing well too Surprised Surprised Surprised 

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Post  gil t azell on 2017-04-26, 8:09 pm

I said it earlier in the season but are the players totally totally naff or are they simply not playing for Moyes. Scored 4 at Palace when he was in the stands and then only appeared to try last week against WHU.

Even the dug out is singing Moyes out.
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Post  barrowmackem on 2017-04-26, 8:17 pm

been awful so far

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Re: MIDDLESBROUGH V SUNDERLAND--MATCH DAY THREAD

Post  Black Cat Kiwi on 2017-04-26, 8:21 pm

gil t azell wrote:I said it earlier in the season but are the players totally totally naff or are they simply not playing for Moyes. Scored 4 at Palace when he was in the stands and then only appeared to try last week against WHU.

Even the dug out is singing Moyes out.
This is absolute shit. ...Good strike just now from N'D but alas no cigar

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Re: MIDDLESBROUGH V SUNDERLAND--MATCH DAY THREAD

Post  Black Cat Kiwi on 2017-04-26, 8:24 pm

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