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Marc Bola reveals how things “turned sour” for Chris Wilder at Middlesbrough


The former Boro defender has said why things went wrong for Wilder in the north east
Bola left the club this summer, after spending four years with the club, to join Turkish Süper Lig side Samsunspor. His period with the club was quite a turbulent one for Boro, with four managers taking charge of the team whilst the defender was in Teesside.

Under Wilder and Michael Carrick, his game time slowly fell away, but he featured in 96 league games for the club, with 41 of them coming in the 20/21 season.

He’s said that he’ll forever look back on his time in the northeast of England with pleasure and pride. But, the same can’t necessarily be said for Wilder, and how it ended for him at the club.
[20/10, 8:09 am] solomon iordye: The former Sheffield United boss was appointed to lead Middlesbrough in November 2021, and his reputation and aura clearly effected the players in the dressing room.

Speaking to Teesside Live, Bola described Wilder first coming in as: “crazy.”

“When he first came in, there was just this instant Premier League vibe. He had a big presence, stamped his authority and it was all really good.
[20/10, 8:09 am] solomon iordye: “Training was great, just out of nowhere, the bar was raised. Everyone was just on form and we went on a great run.”

  1. The most memorable part of that run was their FA Cup success. They beat Manchester United, at Old Trafford, and Tottenham Hostpurs. That game against Spurs saw a young Josh Coburn first truly emerge onto the scene.

They were knocked out in the quarter-final by Chelsea, but what a journey it was for the team and the fans.

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