@Pompey and NVD. Thanks for the kind words. It is getting better. Right now in March I am 9 away from second. I hope I get that because playoffs scare the shit out of me.
So far in the month of March Middlesbrough FC has been on a roll. As of the first of April the team has not lost in thirteen league matches. The team has continued their impressive winning streak and are looking forward towards the next few months. One of the highlights was four straight matches with out conceding a goal.
We have played a cornucopia of matches throughout England. Some of the clubs include Sheffield Wednesday, Nottingham Forest, Queens Park Rangers and Brighton. Each match was a win for the club and one step closer to a possible promotion. In the last few remaining matches the club will hold many special events and promotions.
Once again Jutkiewicz would be the RAMSDENS Player of the Month. Once again he would be the leader in goals scored for the club. His most impressive match came against Bournemouth where he scored a hattrick.
Yet he should not be the only person getting the credit for the month. Goalkeeper Jason Steele also got the nod for the Player of the Month. During March he had a total of six clean sheets while only conceding one goal.
RAMSDENS Players of The Month: Lukas Jutkiewicz and Jason Steele
Next month and a week after will be very important for the club as we enter the final league matches. The club will be facing the likes of Birmingham, Derby and the final match at Yeovil on the third of May. Hopefully the boys are still doing as well as now.
"Lukas has been the key to our success and I do not see him letting up anytime soon, without him I doubt this club would be where they are today."- Doug McKenzie.
In other news Doug Mckenzie has signed a contract extension that will see him stay with the club until the end of the 2015-16 season. Congrats friend we are all behind you.
"Feels great that Steve trust me to lead the club in for the foreseeable future."-Doug McKenzie