• Interview | Clark reveals failed Maguire approaches
  • Arrival | Harmison joins Blyth Spartans from Morpeth
  • Arrival | Lambert signs on loan from Scunthorpe
  • Important fixture information | King’s Lynn game ON
  • Interview | Clark targets more signings following Summerly captutre

Interview | Lee Clark on Callum Roberts’ departure

Blyth Spartans manager Lee Clark has issued the following message to supporters following the departure of Callum Roberts to Notts County for an undisclosed fee.  Clark admitted the club is gutted by the departure of the 22-year-old but could not stand in the player’s way. He has urged everyone to stick together ahead of a massive couple of months.  Clark is under no illusion how difficult it will be to…

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Departure | Callum Roberts joins Notts County for undisclosed fee

Blyth Spartans can announce winger Callum Roberts has today joined National League side Notts County.  The former Newcastle United youngster joins the former Football League club on an undisclosed fee after completing his medical this afternoon.  Roberts joined Spartans on a non-contract basis in August and quickly established himself as a Croft Park favourite.  With a ratio of one goal every game – including hat-tricks against Curzon Ashton and AFC…

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Fixture re-arrangement | AFC Telford United (A)

Blyth Spartans’ National League North encounter with AFC Telford United will now place on Tuesday, January 28. The original fixture was due to happen last Saturday, however was postponed on Friday evening due to a waterlogged pitch. Lee Clark’s side face Bedlington Terriers in the Northumberland Senior Cup on Wednesday before facing league leaders King’s Lynn Town on Saturday. Two days after the encounter at Croft Park, it is a…

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News | Anthony Seghini to step down from General Manager role

Blyth Spartans have been advised by General Manager Anthony Seghini that he will step down from his position at the end of the season due to personal circumstances. Anthony explained: “This has been a very difficult decision for me but personal family circumstances means I am unable to commit the time and commitment to the role that it requires. “It hasn’t always been plain sailing but I’ve enjoyed my three…

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Interview | Lee Clark thanks fans for continued support

Blyth Spartans manager Lee Clark has thanked fans for their continued support following the win over Curzon Ashton on Saturday.  While the 47-year-old admitted to real tough times for those on the terraces this season, Blyth fans has stuck by their team with an average of 884 attending Croft Park so far.  And yesterday, an excellent 721 braved the blustery conditions to cheer on their side from the first whistle…

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Interview | Lee Clark heaps praise on Robbie Dale

Lee Clark has heaped praise on club legend Robbie Dale after his brace helped Blyth Spartans to a 2-1 win over Curzon Ashton on his 672nd appearance.  The 35-year-old rolled back the years with another Spartans rescue mission – striking twice in eight minutes to secure an invaluable three points in the context of the National League North table.  And assessing how big of a win it was for Spartans,…

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Interview | Lee Clark hails players’ fighting spirit

Blyth Spartans manager Lee Clark hailed his players’ fighting spirit after they came from behind to beat Curzon Ashton in the must-win encounter at Croft Park.  Had Connor Dimaio’s 60th-minute opener for The Nash proved to have been the winner, Spartans would have found themselves seven points from National League North safety.  However, courtesy of a double from Robbie Dale and another resilience display by Clark’s men, the gap has…

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