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  • Arrival | McGlade returns to Blyth Spartans

Preview | Alfreton will be a ‘great barometer’ says Clark

Blyth Spartans manager Lee Clark says Saturday’s FA Trophy clash with Alfreton Town will be a “great barometer” to see how far his team have come since the start of the season.  Clark’s men begin their FA Trophy campaign at home to their National League North counterparts, having already faced The Reds this campaign.  During Clark’s second game in-charge, Spartans were beaten comfortably by Alfreton at the Impact Arena, however…

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Interview | Lee Clark’s Boston verdict plus injury latest

Blyth Spartans manager Lee Clark believes his side matched Boston United, however was ultimately left disappointed after letting their standards set in recent weeks slip.  Spartans’ five-game unbeaten National League North run was ended by the Pilgrims on Tuesday evening in a narrow 2-0 win for the fifth-placed side.  It was also the first time Clark’s men failed to find the net since mid-September during the defeat at Southport.  “I…

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Report | Five-game unbeaten run comes to an end at Boston

BY Jordan Cronin In association with: ALAN McLEAN FCMA CGMA Chartered Management Accountant Vanarama National League North Tuesday, November 19 BOSTON UNITED 2-0 BLYTH SPARTANS  TWO early goals in each half from Dominic Knowles and Andi Thanoj ended Blyth Spartans’ five-game unbeaten run in National League North.  Knowles struck just after 10 minutes before Thanoj followed up what was a brilliant initial save from Nathan Harker to deny Brad Abbott….

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Interview | Clark praises “absolutely unbelievable” Blyth fans

Lee Clark has heaped praise on the Blyth Spartans fans, in what he described as an “absolutely unbelievable” away end at Kettering. Supporters travelled in their numbers to Latimer Park on Saturday, backing their team to the hilt as they shared the spoils against the Poppies in a 4-4 draw.  However, it wasn’t just the support in the Midlands that the former Newcastle United midfielder alluded to.  Clark thanked fans…

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Interview | Clark on squad selection and new signing

Blyth Spartans manager Lee Clark has explained the situation surrounding his squad selection after five players missed the trip to Kettering on Saturday.  Ursene Mouanda, Lewis Horner, Scott Fenwick, Adam Wrightson and Nathan Harker were all absent from the match day squad.  Clark explained: “Ursene Mouanda and Lewis Horner were available but weren’t selected as I can only name a squad of 16.  “Injuries, Scott Fenwick is long term. Adam…

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Interview | Clark rues mistakes at Kettering

Blyth Spartans manager Lee Clark believes individuals errors cost his side all three points at Kettering on Saturday afternoon in National League North.  Spartans led 3-0 at half-time courtesy of a Callum Roberts brace and returning goal from substitute Ryan Hutchinson.  However, the visitors allowed the Poppies back into the game – bringing the scoreline to 3-2 before a sublime solo goal from Roberts saw him complete his hat-trick.  Indeed,…

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Report | Spartans draw 4-4 at Kettering

Blyth Spartans surrendered a 3-0 half-time lead to draw 4-4 with Kettering Town in National League North.  A double from Callum Roberts and a volley from Ryan Hutchinson had Lee Clark’s side cruising at half-time until an indescribable second-half unfolded.  Kettering unnerved the Spartans defence from two corners as Michael McGarth and Luke Graham bundled the ball home.  Roberts soon completed his hat-trick – running the full length of the…

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Hospitality | Farsley Celtic (H)

Blyth Spartans were delighted to welcome The Children of Albion Rovers into our matchday hospitality suite for the 2-0 win over Farsley Celtic. Pictured above is Lee Clark presenting the group, who brilliantly travelled down from Cliftonhill, North Lanarkshire. They commented on the excellent hospitality, welcoming fans and Croft Park as a whole. YOU can take advantage of our affordable hospitality package as a gift, celebration or to enhance your…

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FA Trophy R3Q | Spartans at home to Alfreton

Blyth Spartans have been drawn at home to National League North counterparts Alfreton Town in the FA Trophy Third Round qualifying.  Spartans enter the competition for the first time this season having reached the last 16 during the 2018/19 campaign – suffering a narrow 1-0 defeat at finalists Leyton Orient. Lee Clark’s will welcome Alfreton to Croft Park on Saturday, November 23 with the winner receiving £3,750 and the loser…

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Arrival | McGlade returns to Blyth Spartans

Blyth Spartans are pleased to announce the signing of former attacker Dylan McGlade from Bray Wanderers.  McGlade, 24, had a short spell at Croft Park during the 2017-18 season before moving back to his native Ireland with Longford Town, the team he previously joined the club from.  At the turn of the year,  McGlade joined Bray Wanderers, however has returned to England after the conclusion of their season in September. …

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