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After getting the better of a team one division above us, can Boro' keep their FA Cup run on track at a team one division below? Well, there are two things that worry us in this Round Two tie....
Yet another team from our 'once-and-never-again' ledger, us and Halstead Town have always been poles apart in footballing terms. If you had us down as two circles on a Venn diagram, it seems hard to imagine how they'd ever...
Delays and disquiet with the 2021-2 edition put a thought into our head – what are the best all-time Stevenage kits we've seen? Like all teams, Boro' are blessed to have worn some real gems over the years. On...
Prenton Park isn't the happiest historical hunting ground for Boro' over the years. But our last visit there went our way, so why not again? As we slowly inch our way back down south after a point at Rochdale...
Nuneaton, Hampton & Richmond, Scar... Eastbourne Borough are one of many Boro's that we've been up against over the years. Hang on, we also forgot Desborough Town too. But we feel that's our point well and truly made. Anyway,...
Now, we've only ever been to Rochdale once before – and it was a bloody good day out. Asking too much for a repeat performance? Let's face it, the context of that inaugural trip to the Crown Oil Arena...
We could do with our next oppo being a side that we always seem to beat. Instead, next in line will be Colchester United. To be fair, looking towards historical head-to-head records for some sort of short-term salvation is...
Our home game with Vauxhall Motors (Luton) in November 1985 seemed like an ordinary league clash – but it ended in tragedy...

Tragedy At Broadhall Way

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Our home game with Vauxhall Motors (Luton) in November 1985 seemed like an ordinary league clash. Well, why wouldn't it? But it was a fixture that didn't make it past the half-time interval as tragedy struck in a way...
Here's one team from our humble county that doesn't get too much of a mention in the Boro' tale. So, where exactly do Hoddesdon Town fit in the grand scheme of things? After all, it isn't like we ran...
Brian Quailey, Tony Thorpe, Liam George... Boro's seen enough duff forwards over the years. And Greg Luer is also on that list. In football, the conventional thinking is that a striker should be able to come in and score...