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NINE GOALS in our Boro Highlights - online at 3pm Today

By From Town To Town3/4 09:58Sat Apr 3 09:58:37 2021

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This week’s FTTT Lockdown Lookback brings you NINE goals from a game at Manor Park during the Boro’s title winning 1992/93 season.

Redditch Utd were the visitors in February 1993 and the nigh on nine hundred fans were not short changed on the goals front!

Recent signing Gary Bradder was making his Boro debut in this vital fixture.

You will notice the canal side stand has had its roof taken off and with true terrace humour is now affectionately known as the Umbrella Stand!

Also, ex-Boro full back Dennis Mulholland is sent-off for the second consecutive season, this time for head butting Peter Green who had joined Boro earlier in the season.

This goal-fest can be viewed from 3pm today in the ‘Memories’ section of our website at www.fromtowntotown.org.uk

If you feel you can help our project with any rare or unique Boro memorabilia then please email us at - [email protected]

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