Baroan Tagro made a fleeting cameo from the subs bench in early 2002 – but left Boro’ just as soon as he came in. Brought in by Paul Fairclough, his ‘audition’ in our midfield couldn’t have come at a worse time; Boro’ humbled 4-1 at home by arch-rivals Woking. Mind you, we can’t exactly pin the defeat on the French-Ivorian midfielder. He came on with 25 minutes left on the clock and the damage had already been done.
Baroan Tagro: After Boro’
There’s not a lot of info out there, to be fair. From Broadhall Way, the midfielder spent a wedge of time at Carshalton Athletic. After his release from the club in 2003, Tagro then moved north of the border and played a handful of times for Raith Rovers. His time with them lasted six months; a change in manager not playing out well for him. Scotland now done with, Tagro returned to France. He was last seen, it seems, as Noisiel head coach.