Mowbray vows to keep on fighting
Yorkshire Evening Post - over 4 years
Amongst all the doom and gloom surrounding the scene at the Riverside following last season’s dramatic slump, Leon Wobschall discovers a chink of light to a brighter future. DURING a Spring of discontent on Teesside, sections of Middlesbrough supporters began to think the unthinkable. That Tony Mowbray’s time at the Riverside was up. To even slightly question the tenure of the man Boro fans universally known as Mogga – a Holgate hero regarded as ‘one of their own’ by scores of Teessiders – was not just a country mile off as recently as New Year’s Eve. Try the length of the M1. Boro were then in third spot in the Championship, just a point behind Hull City and well primed for promotion back to the top-flight, which they vacated in 2008-09. What has happened since 2013 got underway has been truly epic. Unfortunately, for all the wrong reasons for confidence-crushed Boro and their embattled manager. An appalling run of just three wins in 21 matches and 12 points from a possible 6...
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