Career Statistics

Bernard Joseph Slaven

Bernie Slaven

Playing for Middlesbrough

Professional Career 1984-1995

Club Appearances Goals
Albion Rovers 47 31
Middlesbrough 382 147
Port Vale 42 13
Darlington 43 9
Republic of Ireland 7 1
Total 521 201

International Honours – Republic of Ireland Caps

Bernie Slaven Ireland

Representing Republic of Ireland

Year Opposition City
1990 Wales Dublin
1990 Finland Dublin
1990 Turkey Izmir
1990 Malta Valleta
1991 Wales Wrexham
1991 Poland Dublin
1993 Wales Dublin

Also represented Republic of Ireland (squad of 22 players) in World Cup Finals in Italy 1990.

Wembley Appearances

Year Opposition Competition
1990 Middlesbrough v Chelsea Zenith Data Systems Cup Final
1993 Port Vale v Stockport County Autoglass Cup Final
1993 Port Vale v West Bromwich Albion Division 2 Playoff Final

Managers Played Under

Benny Rooney, Andy Ritchie, Joe Barker, Willie Maddren, Bruce Rioch, Colin Todd, Lennie Lawrence, John Rudge, Alan Murray, Jack Charlton.

Promotions

Club Season Competition
Middlesbrough 86/87 Division 2
Middlesbrough 87/88 Division 1
Middlesbrough 91/92 Premier
Port Vale 93/94 Division 2

Other Honours

  • 10 Hat-tricks.
  • 1984 Albion Rovers Player of the Year.
  • 1984 Scottish 2nd Division Player of the Year.
  • 1984 Scotland’s Top Goalscorer.
  • 1984 Daily Record Golden Shot Trophy.
  • 1987 Middlesbrough Supporters South Player of the Year.
  • 1989 Middlesbrough FC Player of the Year.
  • 1989 Middlesbrough Supporters Player of the Year.
  • 1989 North East Player of the Year.
  • 1990 Middlesbrough FC Player of the Year.
  • Middlesbrough Top League Goal Scorer for 6 consecutive Seasons.
  • Middlesbrough 6th Top Goal Scorer in Club History.

Radio Awards

  • 2006 New York Radio Festival Award for Best Sports Coverage, International Radio Programme and Promotion “Road to Eindhoven” 100-102 Century FM.
  • 2008 GMG Real Radio Award for Best Show, The Legends.
  • 2009 GMG Real Radio Award for Best Show, The Legends.

DVD Award

  • 2007 Royal Television Society Awards (North East and Cumbria) Winner, Best Production For A Target Audience – “Lucky Slaven”