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The All-Singing, All-Dancing Scunthorpe Review


It might not have been the prettiest spectacle at times on Saturday, but we did the job and secured all three points. We’ll look back at the end of the season while clasping the League One trophy and what will we see? The list of results won’t say anything but the fact it finished Stevenage 1-0 Scunthorpe United – and it allows us to indulge in the cliche of winning […]

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Notts Your Flava?


It appears that our failure to blog prior to the Bury game may have contributed to the disappointing draw against our bottom-of-the-league visitors on Saturday. We would prepared something and had intended to do so – but Chris Foy only gave an extra four minutes, which is an insult to the blogging fraternity and denied us the opportunity to, hmm, something or other /siralex. A 2-2 draw against Bury isn’t […]

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Riss You Were Here?


“We’ll be top by five o’clock” we sang. But almost in an ironic sense; while it was certainly possible for the mathematics to work in such a manner, it couldn’t happen. Surely? But it did transpire that, for a mere 20 glorious and sunny minutes, we were top of the third tier of English football. It wasn’t to last until 5pm, of course. But it just pushes expectations up all […]

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Doncaster, Sugar


It’s the end of a long week and we cannot be bothered to come up a better pun than that. It is no doubt possible to reach a more satisfying conclusion playing with Donny, but do refer back to the “we cannot be bothered” issue. We digress from the point of this post, a feature not too uncommon for us. But tomorrow is Doncaster Rovers away – only nine years […]

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Every Second Counts


Sometimes you just need to pinch yourself to make sure that it’s really happening. After an unexpected appearance in the playoffs last season, we here at BoroGuide had been looking for a nice calm season. One in which we consolidated our position and ensured we are now considered a bone fide League One side. A League One side rather than a pushy Conference oik punching well above its weight. If […]

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Crewe Cuts


In an attempt to boost our readership and popularity, it seemed the best way to do so was to blog at 2.20am on a Saturday morning. It’s an interesting approach and we don’t think it will catch on. But we’re always willing to try something new. By the time you read this, it will be a bright and sunny September morning. And you’ll be awaiting the visit of So Solid […]

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