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Monday Lunchtime Stat Attack


And we are off and running. As Gary Smith so eloquently put it, “if you can’t win the game, don’t get beaten” – a decent enough philosophy from which to work from. Of course, it may be argued that Saturday’s game was a little out of the ordinary – temperatures that high are not on the cards for the rest of the campaign. But our brand new Gary Smith All […]

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Under Starters Orders


Right, we’re about ready for the off here at BoroGuide Towers and look forward to seeing Carlisle United return home defeated once again. The season properly begins tomorrow – discounting the Capital One Cup game earlier in the week – and we’re certainly interested to see how the new-look Gary Smith All Stars looks in comparison to our contemporaries here in League One. We worked hard last night to ship […]

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If You Start Me Up…


A new season? Already? It doesn’t seem that long ago that we rocked back on our pub stool in reaction to that late goal at Bramall Lane, spelling the end of our bid for three successive promotions. It wasn’t the end of the world – it’d been a fantastic season and there was a lot to look forward to, like Euro 2012 and the Olympic Games. Three months to fill […]

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Good Game: Forest Green 4-4 Stevenage


Good Game… A blog series looking at some of the more wonderful, the utterly memorable, the unbelievably dramatic and the downright ludicrous games which have Stevenage Borough over the years. But it must be said BoroGuide accepts no liability for the memories that may have been warped by time, age or alcohol consumption at the time. We will never refer to any games involving Macclesfield, particularly any at Broadhall Way. […]

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Cult Classic: Adrian Clarke


In a time before Luke Freeman, there was Adrian Clarke. Both graduates of Arsenal, there is a little bit of disparity between the ages of the pair upon arriving at Boro’, but there are also some striking similarities – not least both being wing wizards on the left hand side. Clarkey was recruited by Paul Fairclough during summer 2000, having played at Southend in the three years after his departure […]

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Boro’s Newest Star?


Since the end of last season, we’ve been searching frantically for something to fill our time until the 2012/3 campaign kicks off next month. Euro 2012 did, for a short while, grab our attention. But with the Russians, Dutch and Germans determined to torpedo our wagers, it waned our interest so we moved onto some cricket action. In that regard, the rain had other ideas. This summer has been more […]

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