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2019-20 League Two: So, How’s It Shaping Up?


Hang on, why are we waffling on about the 2019-20 League Two season already? It’s barely a month since we laid the last campaign to rest and it’s not even cold in the – um – ground. Yet, here we are now; hitting up the new term for a cheeky insight or two. It’s early doors, but it’s under two months until the big kick off and that time won’t […]

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More Success For The Mitchell Cole Tournament


In the last few years, you can argue the season – Boro’s season – doesn’t officially end until after the Mitchell Cole Tournament takes place. Now with its seventh edition all done and dusted, kitman Keith Bell’s brainchild is continuing to clock up funds for Cardiomyopathy UK. We talked to Keith to get the inside track on the 2019 tournament – and its ongoing success as a valuable charity fundraiser. […]

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5 Of The Best: Results From The 2018-9 Season


It’s a long old season. And then it goes; booking it, packing it and naffing off to the sun – as some lad more or less once said. What are we left with? Not much ’til the pre-season friendlies roll around, that’s what. So, to get ourselves through the long close season, we’re looking back at some of the highlights of last season. Here are some of what we think […]

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Stevenage By Numbers: Boro’s Top Six Players of 2018-9


The season has finished for Stevenage and, overall, it must be considered a success for Boro’. Despite just missing out on the playoffs, Dino Maamria has finally stamped an identity and system on to this side that, for long periods of 2018-9, really struggled to string a run of results together. We all have our opinions about which players performed the best over the course of the campaign but, as […]

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Robins In Da Hood


…and so it’s all coming down to this, a match that Boro’ must win and hope other results play ball! Nothing has changed much since last weekend. There’s a two-point gap to make up between us and the playoffs, and about a billion clubs ready to pounce if Newport or Exeter naff it up. Start thinking about the last-minute winners and equalisers we’ve conceded over the course of the season […]

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From Stags To Riches?


For 10-or-so minutes on Easter Monday, we’d put ourselves in the box seat. Getting in front against Exeter had lifted us into the top seven for the first time since we can’t remember when. Then the Grecians spoiled it all by doing something stupid like score too. It’s a bit annoying that other results went our way ‘n’ all. But nowt much has changed in the grand scheme of things. […]

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