Gillingham

Last Updated: 23 March 2021

With some sides, we got to know them off the field some time we did on it; Gillingham being an example of how that can work...

Gillingham

With some sides, we got to know them off the field some time we did on it; Gillingham being an example of how that can work. It’s one of those odd situations where you never normally have anything to do with each other. You’re in different divisions. You have different …

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A View To A Kill

A View To A Gill

It’s hard to know what irritated people more: the 5-1 home humiliation at the hands of Oxford or the news that our manager – 49-year-old former Colchester United striker Teddy Sheringham – had registered for action. The press went into overdrive, Borochat went into meltdown and we went to our bunker for tea and crumpets and to see the whole …

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A Load Of Old Toffee (2020)

A Load Of Old Toffee – Episode 48

A Load Of Old Toffee – Episode 48: The ALOOT team is now back after a completely undeserved mini-break – that or they have been temporarily washed away. Either way, host Steve Watkins is joined by Deano and Mark as usual to discuss the latest Boro’ events. You may think …

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Thrills And Gills

Has it stopped raining? Do we actually think we might see some football this week? It’d be nice to think so – one-and-a-half weeks since the Everton game and two-and-a-half weeks since our last league game, we were starting to get withdrawal symptoms. First up now we have a fixture …

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A Load Of Old Toffee (2020)

A Load Of Old Toffee – Episode 43

A Load Of Old Toffee – Episode 43: After a two week break, the Old Toffee team are back huddled around the mic to wordify their opinions on recent Boro’ events. Joining Steve, Deano and Mark are debutant Will Pickworth and returning guest Chris Day (not the goalkeeper). Rotherham, Peterborough …

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Gillingham. The club where the careers of ex-Stevenage managers see out their days? Maybe – but all we're bothered about here are points...

The One That Did Well At Hull

Gillingham – the club where the careers of ex-Stevenage managers see out their days? The evidence is best described as “tenuous” but that’s no consolation to Mark Stimson. He left us for the Gills in 2007, but since leaving Priestfield in 2010 has been at Barnet (ach!) and Kettering Town …

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