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Patrick Bamford dreaming of Chelsea chance after Championship POTY

Patrick Bamford has scored a hatful of goals while out on loan.

Patrick Bamford wants to remain at Chelsea for many years to come and is willing to remain patient to fulfil his dream of playing for the club.

Bamford, 21, has so far found the pathway to the first-team blocked and has been farmed out on loan like so many young players at Stamford Bridge.

The striker spent successful spells at MK Dons and Derby last season, before linking up with Middlesbrough this term -- a move which has seen the striker's game go up a notch.

Playing under Aitor Karanka, Jose...

 By PA Sport

Middlesbrough edge Norwich to move top of Championship table

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Middlesbrough celebrate after taking the lead against Norwich on Friday night.

An early own goal from Alex Tettey sent Middlesbrough top of the Championship to leave Norwich fretting over their own automatic promotion prospects.

After damaging back-to-back away defeats to fellow promotion hopefuls Bournemouth and Watford, Boro boss Aitor Karanka said before the game that defeat at Carrow Road would have spelt the end of their top-two hopes - but they are now on course to end their six-year hiatus from the Barclays Premier League.

With Middlesbrough now top of the table it...

Bamford scores in Boro win

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Middlesbrough's hopes of finishing in the Sky Bet Championship's top two were dealt a blow by other results despite a spirited 2-1 victory over in-form Wolves.

Goals by Jelle Vossen and Patrick Bamford at the Riverside Stadium gave the Teessiders three crucial points.

Wolves hit back through Bakary Sako and then pressured for a leveller, with Rajiv van La Parra hitting the bar, with Boro grinding out a hard-fought win.

But with other results - namely Bournemouth's victory over Reading and a Norwich...

Boro bounce back with victory

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Middlesbrough bounced back from defeat to Watford with a convincing 2-0 win over struggling Rotherham United.

After losing by the same scoreline on Easter Monday, Aitor Karanka's kept their automatic promotion hopes alive with their 14th home win of the season thanks to second-half goals by Lee Tomlin and Patrick Bamford, who also missed a late penalty.

But with the top three sides all winning, Boro stayed fourth in the Sky Bet Championship table.

After a quiet start, Boro soon started to find their...

Watford beat Middlesbrough to move to top of Championship table

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Striker Troy Deeney applauds the home fans after Watford's win over Middlesbrough.

Troy Deeney became the first player in Watford history to score 20 goals in three consecutive seasons as the Hornets beat leaders Middlesbrough 2-0 to go top of the Championship.

The Watford skipper's historic moment came in the 37th minute when he converted an Adlene Guedioura cross before the home side made the points safe with a stunning second from Odion Ighalo midway through the...