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Grimsby indoors, eh? It’s much like a slap in the belly with a wet fish; sounds entertaining at first, but then a harsh reality soon sets in. It hurts, don’t it? In taking to the field this weekend, Boro’ get the huge honour of being first (probably) to complete the Bottom Four Boxset too. Morecambe, Macclesfield, Notts County and now the Mariners; if it had Andrew Lincoln and zombies in […]

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James Harden Scoops NBA MVP Award

The bearded basketball guru and Houston Rockets superstar scooped the NBA MVP basketball award, beating four-time winner LeBron James of the Cleveland Cavaliers. Harden has become the third player from the Rockets to win the prestigious award; becoming the first-ever in his career. The prolific 28-year-old has finished as a runner-up twice; this time, however, he was good enough to become the most valuable player in NBA basketball. James Harden was […]

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Mitchell Cole Tournament Strikes Gold Again

You know us. We’re no stranger to being cynical about the beautiful game. But we know it’s not all bad. In fact, football can be quite the force for good. Us lot at Boro’ don’t need to go far to see that in action either. Not for the first time, Stevenage Supporters Association FC have banged heads and pulled strings to stage yet another brilliant Mitchell Cole Memorial Tournament – raising […]

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Did a Lack of Fitness Hamper Stevenage This Season?

Stevenage’s season looks set to end in mid-table obscurity. Many fans understandably feel disappointed that Boro’ haven’t been able to mount a sustained playoff push this year. There have been plenty of positives throughout the campaign, although a number of negatives outweigh them. There is a decent squad in place, while the academy consistently produces a number of terrific young players. The appointment of the hugely popular Dino Maamria has […]

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How Boro Games Impact the League 2 Playoff Contenders

It’s clearly not the most exciting position to be in, but Stevenage are comfortably in the no man’s land of mid-table as the season comes to a close. We couldn’t maintain a bright start to the season, with most Boro’ fans now wondering what exactly it is they need to compete with the top clubs in the division: the League 2 Playoff contenders. Still, with five games remaining, Boro’ could […]

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The King Is Dead. Long Live The King…

Now, a bit of time to let the dust to settle. A Monday inquest; not just into our failure to hold a two-goal lead for the second time in as many outings, but now also into what has – ultimately – cost a man his job. The chair in which the Stevenage manager should be sitting is, for the time being, empty. Of course, it’s all but a matter of time […]

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