Joining us this week on the Pollocks is fans favourite and one of the finest players to wear the red and white, John Hendrie. We chat Bernie's dogs, the Robbo revolution, his early days in football and THAT goal. Mixed in with a few funny stories from his playing days of course. John Hendrie forever a Boro legend.
Excitement and optimism is back at last! The 4 of us get together to give our thoughts on the Gary Monk appointment, what changes he will bring to Middlesbrough Football club and what we can expect from next season. UTFB!
Have we got a beauty for you here with Neil Maddison. Hear about coming through the ranks with legends, walking out at Wembley, THAT bus crash, saving a furry friend from the clutches of a World Cup hero and his thoughts on the new Boro manager and next season.
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Very little to say about the Middlesbrough vs Southampton game but luckily Gibson and Friend's interviews gave us plenty to discuss. We still don't know who the new manager is but it gives us another chance to assess the options.
Thank god for that, some positivity to bring to the podcast. We review Middlesbrough vs Man City, give our Boro youth Dreamteams, discuss if Agnew can stake a claim for the permanent job and much more in this long overdue epsiode of Talking Pollocks. UTB (and we mean it for the first time in 4 months)
We discuss the Bournemouth debacle, what Woody has on his clipboard, how on earth Downing thinks Agnew is the right man for the job, should Middlesbrough Football Club relocate to London and why this shambles is all down to the cleaning supervisor, Adidas and Gaston's lawyer.
We review what went wrong in the must wins, is there a formation Agnew hasn't tried yet and if so can it save us, what needs to change next season and much more of whats been on our sad, depressed minds.
We discuss why the Swansea game summed up Middlesbrough Football Club's season, who is to blame fro our struggles, why our season can be compared to Christmas and Boxing Day and can we save our season against Hull?