Making History Not Living In It

Last Updated: 14 May 2021

All teams have seasons that live long in the memory. For us, our amazing 2009-10 Blue Square Premier campaign is one of them...

2009-10: Behind The Numbers

All teams have seasons that live long in the memory. Mind you, that can sometimes be for better or for worse. Y’know, if you’re Derby County fans looking back at a diabolical 2007-8 Premier League campaign. For Boro’, however, seasons that live longest in our memories are laced with good …

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We've had some magic moments on the telly. In 2002, however, You're The Manager planned to take that to a whole new level...

You’re The Manager: Boro’ and Channel 4

We’ve had some magic moments on the telly – most of which probably came in the FA Cup. In 2002, however, You’re The Manager planned to take our small screen stardom to a whole new level. Now more than ever, the battle for ratings means some mad, bad stuff out …

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The 2010s are over – and here is Boro's decade in numbers...

2010s: A Boro’ Decade In Numbers

Mmm, 10 years is quite a long time – and there’s a lot to remember. To make it much easier, however, we explore Boro’s last decade in numbers. Some of these may amaze you. Others, meanwhile, may disgust or even enrage you. We don’t know. We’re just guessing. But we …

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Go back 20 years and the world really is partying like it's 1999. But things aren't looking great at Boro' – until Phil Wallace arrives...

Phil Wallace: 20 Years At The Boro’

Hello old person, feeling your age? OK, let’s take it back 20 years. Prince rides the royalties wave ‘cos we really were partying like it was 1999. After all, it was 1999. And the Millennium Dome is shaping into a “beacon to the world“. One that’s way over-budget and behind …

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Boro' Win Rates - Thumbs up from George Dawes

Win Rates: Boro’ Records

You have to admit, it was getting more and more difficult to see where our next league win was coming from – nine fixtures and nearly two months had passed us by without the taste of victory. But perhaps Hartlepool United was the game we’d been crying out for throughout that …

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Bring Me Sunshine

Stevenage FC: The Bright Side Of Life

It might suck at the moment to realise we’ll not be visiting our second home in north west London this year, but let the dust settle on the 2014-5 League Two campaign and you’ll find that it’s a good time to be a Stevenage supporter once again. Yeah, Shrewsbury Town managed …

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Mersey Boys – The Broad(hall)Way Musical

Now then, we come to a game that we’ve been waiting the best part of a month for – home to Everton in the FA Cup. It is Boro’s reward for dumping out Doncaster Rovers in the last round, and – optimistically speaking – our chance to get some sort …

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Keep Calm And Carry On

“Panic on the streets of Bedwell, panic on the streets of Broadwater… I wonder to myself” – Now then chums, is it really time to start reaching for the A-Z Guide of League Two? No. That’s the short answer and the only answer you’re getting at the moment. Sure, we …

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The One That Could Lead To Wembley…

… if we want to be generous about the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy. Now before we get sniffy about the competition, shall we remind ourselves about the FA Trophy. If you’re aiming to get promoted to the Football League and striving for an attracting FA Cup Third Round tie in January, …

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Dancing With Wolves

If you needed to be reminded of the gap that exists between the Haves and the Have Nots in League One, this weekend’s game will help you out. On the pitch, there is just a fine line between sticking the ball in the goal and, well, not doing that. But …

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