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  • n. someone from Teesside
  • n. someone connected with Middlesbrough Football Club, as a fan, player, coach etc.


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  • Well that was one of the more forgettable weekends this Teessider has experienced.

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  • As an exiled Teessider, it makes me sick to see the Labour government betray its heartland to please it's new TATA pals.

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  • Convinced that the wily Teessider was feigning injury, Stokoe bellowed at the official: He's codding (kidding) you ref. news feed

  • Boro boss Gareth Southgate doesn't want to sell the uncompromising Teessider but, with the club £93million in debt, relegation could force his hand.

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  • Lee Cattermole returns from a four-match suspension to bolster the midfield, and Bruce has the option of pushing Paul Scharner back into the defence to accommodate the Teessider.

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  • The Teessider was proud to wear the captain's armband at Manchester City while Lorik Cana served a one-match suspension. news feed

  • The tenacious Teessider enjoyed a hugely-successful debut campaign with Latics before following Steve Bruce to Wearside in the summer.


  • Fletcher, Cherries 'record league appearance-maker, has missed just two games this season as Howe's troops have taken League Two by storm, the Teessider used from the bench in their past three matches.


  • The former Wigan midfielder was shown ten yellow and two red cards last season but Bruce refuses to ask the Teessider to rein-in his battling instincts. news feed

  • Alas, the 58-year-old Teessider married to a former Miss Canada is too sexually uncomplicated to strut in Mercury's shoes.

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