Who are Boro rivals?

Middlesbrough supporters’ main rivals are Sunderland (with whom they contest the Tees–Wear derby), Newcastle United (with whom they contest the Tyne–Tees derby), and Leeds United, a fact confirmed by planetfootball.com’s 2004 survey.

How old is Grant Leadbitter?

36 years (January 7, 1986)Grant Leadbitter / Age

How tall is Grant Leadbitter?

5′ 10″Grant Leadbitter / Height

Are Boro in the Premier League?

Middlesbrough have been relegated from the Premier League after they were beaten 3-0 by Chelsea. The team from north-east England will go back down to the Championship, the second level of English football, after only one season.

Where was Grant Leadbitter born?

Chester-le-Street, United KingdomGrant Leadbitter / Place of birthChester-le-Street, also known as Chester, is a market town and civil parish north of the River Wear, England. It is in the district, lieutenancy and historic palatine of Durham. The town’s history is ancient, records go back to a Roman-built fort called Concangis. Wikipedia

How many trophies do Boro have?

Middlesbrough were founding members of the Premier League in 1992. They have won one major trophy in their history: the 2004 Football League Cup.

Why did Grant Leadbitter retire?

“After taking a few months off to enjoy a holiday with the family and reflect, I’ve realised I am ready to retire. “Of course there has been a temptation to carry on, but since playing my final game for Sunderland in May I have had it in my mind I wasn’t going to play on.

Who does Grant Leadbitter play for?

Grant Leadbitter is a Sunderland footballer who rejoined the club in January 2019 from Middlesbrough. He came through the ranks on Wearside before becoming a first-team regular, playing more than 100 times for the Black Cats until a move to Ipswich in 2009.

What is the roughest part of Middlesbrough?

Middlesbrough Central
Middlesbrough Central is the most dangerous neighbourhood in Middlesbrough, followed by North Ormesby & Brambles in second place, and Ayresome as the third most dangerous area.