How to Define Success

May 02, 2017, 02:33 PM

John Gibbons and Mo Stewart bring you the big stories from the weekends Premier League straight from the fans who were there.

Middlesbrough finished a good week with a hard fought draw against Manchester City at The Riverside. It might be too little too late for this season, but author and Boro fan Daniel Gray tells us how it might still be a good sign for the future of the team, and to the chances of caretaker manager Steve Agnew being given the job full time.

Burnley have finally won away from home. Tyrone Marshall from The Lancashire Telegraph describes how the side's approach to away fixtures has changed over the season and how a controversial team selection paid off for manager Sean Dyche. We also talk to Tyrone about the latest developments in the Joey Barton soap opera.

Finally Ste Armstrong from United We Stand fanzine joins us to talk about what is needed to help Manchester United limp over the line this season, and why two trophies should always be seen as a successful season.