Middlesbrough football books and dvds and a virtual aerial tour of the the Riverside. Great books about current and former Middlesbrough players and Boro managers and the history of Middlesbrough football club.
Top recommended books include The Little Book of Middlesbrough, Middlesbrough Official Yearbook, Jimmy: The Autobiography of Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink plus many more in the Middlesbrough online bookshop
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Recommended Middlesbrough Books
Middlesbrough FC The Unseen History
"Middlesbrough's Unseen History" is far from the standard football information guide. Far from stale facts and tired anecdotes, Artist In Residence and DC Comics illustrator Richard Piers-Raynor has created a selection of witty and charming illustrations that capture all those events that have defined the club but escaped the gaze of the camera. Drawing in black-and-white and in colour, this varied book celebrates the past and champions the present day.
The Little Book of Middlesbrough
"The Little Book of Boro" is a neat collection of words of wit and wisdom by and about Middlesbrough FC's players, managers and officials, past and present. From Brian Clough and Sir Bobby Robson waxing lyrical about pre-war Boro legend Wilf Mannion to musings on the financial difficulties of the 1980s through to the club's spectacular revival under Chairman Steve Gibson, this highly entertaining book contains over 130 Teeside football quotes.
The Who's Who of Middlesbrough
In the years since Middlesbrough played their first game in the Football League, hundreds of footballers have pulled on a Boro shirt to represent the club in first-class competitive matches. In this richly illustrated, hugely informative reference work, Dean Hayes has detailed the careers of every single one of those players, whether they are household names or men who made only a handful of appearances at the Riverside Stadium."The Who's Who of Middlesbrough" is a richly illustrated reference work on the Teeside Club. Various statistics are included to supplement the career details of the players.
Middlesbrough Match of the Seventies [DVD]
Willie Maddren & Jim Platt look back at a golden decade when Jack Charlton's heroes won the Second Division Championship. Match Of The Seventies is a collection of great games from a superb decade featuring Bobby Murdoch, Jim Platt, Willie Maddren, Graeme Souness, David Mills, Alan Foggon, John Craggs, Billy Ashcroft, David Armstrong and many more heroes from the glory days at Ayresome Park. It was a superb era when Jack Charlton built one of Boro's greatest ever side's, winning the 1974 Second Division Championship along the way.
Ayresome Park was the home of Middlesbrough F.C. from its construction in time for the 1903-04 season, until the Riverside Stadium opened in 1995. Ayresome Park was demolished in 1997 and a housing estate now occupies the site.