Play them both at CB, Solanke will bang in a goal while Middlesbrough is doubled over laughing, then immediately sub them off for proper defenders and cling to the lead for all it's worth. Woodgate masterclass.
Should we put those players back into the starting line up after just recovering from injury? I don't think so. David Brooks was only a sub before he got his last injury so the best he can hope for is a seat on the bench as with the others.
Historically it was part of the North Riding of Yorkshire (and it still is, sort of) but in 1974 it was swallowed by the new county of Cleveland, together with parts of what was County Durham.
The county of Cleveland was abolished in 1996 but the town is still administratively part of the North East, rather than Yorkshire region. Local law enforcement is still Cleveland Police, it has a TS postcode and some Middlesbrough folk consider themselves Teessiders, rather than Tykes.
But where do Yorkshire Live readers believe Ironopolis belongs and would the people of Yorkshire like Middlesbrough back?
Some felt Middlesbrough was still part of Yorkshire in geography and identity.