Jonathan Woodgate made his Middlesbrough debut in 2006.

Where are they now? - The Middlesbrough side which drew with Arsenal on Jonathan Woodgate's Boro debut

Jonathan Woodgate is set to be announced as Middlesbrough’s new manager, almost 13 years after making his debut for the Teessiders.

Boro held Arsenal to a 1-1 draw at the Emirates Stadium when Woodgate made his first appearance for his hometown club, when Thierry Henry cancelled out James Morrison’s opener. A lot has changed at the Riverside since then, but what has happened to the side which started that day? Scroll down and flick through our gallery to find out.

After retiring as a player in 2016 the former shot-stopper is now a regular pundit for Aussie TV channel Optus Sport.

1. Mark Schwarzer

After retiring as a player in 2016 the former shot-stopper is now a regular pundit for Aussie TV channel Optus Sport.
Getty Images
Buy a Photo
After a brief spell at Hartlepool, Davies joined Scottish Premiership Dundee in January. Just four days after signing for the Dee, Davies broke a metatarsal during a training match.

2. Andrew Davies

After a brief spell at Hartlepool, Davies joined Scottish Premiership Dundee in January. Just four days after signing for the Dee, Davies broke a metatarsal during a training match.
Man Utd via Getty Images
Buy a Photo
A man who needs no introduction. After joining Boro's backroom staff in 2017, Woodgate is set to be been appointed the club's new manager.

3. Jonathan Woodgate

A man who needs no introduction. After joining Boro's backroom staff in 2017, Woodgate is set to be been appointed the club's new manager.
Getty Images
Buy a Photo
Nicknamed 'mad dog', Pogatetz went on to play in Germany, the USA and in his homeland Austria. He retired in 2017 ater a spell at Austrain before retiring in 2017 following a spell at LASK Linz.

4. Emanuel Pogatetz

Nicknamed 'mad dog', Pogatetz went on to play in Germany, the USA and in his homeland Austria. He retired in 2017 ater a spell at Austrain before retiring in 2017 following a spell at LASK Linz.
Getty Images
Buy a Photo
View more