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Rail Against The Machine


In this devilish dystopian world of ours, our last two results have been brought to you by the number eight. It’s, as you darn well rootin’ tootin’ know, the whatever you want to call it in our humbling at the hands of Charlton. Athletic that is, not Heston. And it’s also how long in minutes after the ref should’ve just called it quits that we lost the match in our […]

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Rodney Parading


Call us crazy, but we’ve this strange feeling the Pools Panel may have to call this one. Storm Callum is rockin’ and a-rollin’ around the South Wales coast; bringing with it an Amber warning for rain that’s due to last until Saturday evening. And let’s face it – Dave Parade ain’t exactly well known for taking the weather well. That’s what happens when you share a home with some egg-chasers. […]

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Col Calling


Go-oo-od morning, madam. The erudite townsfolk of blessed St. Evenage are walking down to Broadhall Way to see the Boro’ aces, for it is Residents’ Day. On our Dunlop-starred Prix Fixe menu is Colchester United, and the taste has so far proved an acquired one. Now we’re home from our epic adventures around League Two’s most distant outposts with Michael Palin, the half-time slideshow is going to be quite the visual […]

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Exe-Rated


If a Boro’ team wins 1-0 at Carlisle, but the fans’ bus doesn’t get there for our clan to see it happen, does it really happen? It must do. We’ve seen YouTube vids and animated gifs. Here’s a picture. What more bloody proof do you need? Well, how about we get the lads to repeat the trick? Exeter may be slightly nearer than Carlisle, but no less tough a challenge. […]

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Carlisle See You When You Get There…


Now we’ve seen off the league’s bottom feeders, it’s time for us to step up. We’re now facing the Creme de la Menthe of League Two, and what a back-breaking escapade it promises to be too. Our switch from the bottom four to the top five is about to see us take in the best part of 1,000 miles in the space of four days. That’s what Google says. You don’t […]

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Northampton Spencer: Remember Them?


Oooh Betty! Northampton Spencer weren’t the biggest football club in their hometown, but they’ve not been the biggest bother to the local public purse either. Long before we’d ever hope of meeting the Cobblers in battle (we use the term “hope” loosely), we had to work our way up the ladder. Just like we had to do in every town or city about the place; before Luton Town, there was […]

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