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BREAKING NEWS: BORO have completed the signing of Cameroon international defender André Bikey on a one-year contract, with a further year's option, following a training period with the club

Saturday, January 30, 2010

M'boro 09/10 - Lost Touch

Bristol..................0

M'boro.................0

IT was another frustrating afternoon for Boro, who were reduced to 10 men for the last half hour of the game

Middlesbrough: Coyne; McMahon, Wheater, Grounds, Hoyte (Arca 64), Flood, O'Neil (Capt), Robson, Johnson, Lita (Franks 73), Killen. Unused subs: Steele (gk); Taylor, Bennett, McManus, L Williams.

Bristol City: Gerken; Orr, Fontaine, McAllister, Carey (Capt), Nyatanga (Sproule 85), Campbell-Ryce, Skuse (Elliott 46), Hartley, Maynard (Haynes 71), Agyemang. Unused subs: Henderson (gk); Sno, Clarkson, Saborio.

Referee: CH Webster. Tyne and Wear.

Sent-off: Robson, 56, two yellow cards. First on 31 minutes for a foul on Hartley, second on 56 minutes for a foul on Maynard.

Bookings

Middlesbrough:
None

Bristol City: Nyatanga, 49, foul; Agyemang, 57, foul; Carey, 67, foul.

Attendance: 17,865 (590 Bristol City)

Conditions: Cold and clear with a gentle breeze.

Website Boro Man of the Match: Willo Flood did well before fading later in the game after putting in a shift, Tony McMahon and Jonathan Grounds deserve a mention but David Wheater gets the vote.