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Middlesbrough Football


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GOALKEEPERS NATIONALITY FOOT AGE
Zachary Hemming England - 19
Darren Randolph Republic of Ireland Right 32
Aynsley Pears England - 21
Tomás Mejías Osorio Spain Right 30
ATTACKERS NATIONALITY FOOT AGE
Rumarn Burrell England - 19
Patrick Reading England - 20
Ashley Fletcher England Right 24
Rudy Gestede Benin Right 31
Britt Assombalonga Congo DR Right 27
MIDFIELDERS NATIONALITY FOOT AGE
Stephen Walker England - 19
Marvin Johnson England - 29
Stephen Wearne England - 19
Paddy McNair Northern Ireland Right 24
Connor Malley England - 19
Marcus Browne England Right 22
Lewis Wing England - 24
Ben Liddle England - 21
Jonathan Howson England Both 31
Anfernee Dijksteel Netherlands Right 23
Nathan Wood-Gordon England - 17
Marcus Tavernier England - 20
Dael Fry England Right 22
George Saville Northern Ireland Left 26
Adam Clayton England Right 30
DEFENDERS NATIONALITY FOOT AGE
George Friend England Left 32
Ryan Shotton England Right 31
Daniel Sanchez Ayala Spain Right 29
Djed Spence England - 19
Marc Bola England Left 22
Hayden Coulson England Left 21
ABOUT

Middlesbrough Football Club is a professional football club based in Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire, England. They are currently competing in the EFL Championship, the second tier of English football. The club was founded in 1876 and they have played their home matches at Riverside Stadium since 1995. The Riverside Stadium was incidentally their third ground since turning professional in 1889. Earlier, they played for 21 years at the Linthorpe Road ground from 1882 to 1903 and at Ayresome Park for 92 years, from 1903 to 1995.


The club was one of the founding members of the Premier League in 1992. Unfortunately, they also become one of the teams to be relegated in the league's first season itself.


Middlesbrough have rarely laid their hands on silverware with their League Cup triumph 2004 representing the only major trophy the club has ever won. However, the club did make the UEFA Cup final in 2006 when they fell at the final hurdle to Sevilla.


The club is nicknamed 'The Boro' and they play their home games in their traditional red and white kit. The club is currently managed by Tony Pulis.


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