• Hospitality | Blyth Spartans honoured to welcome friends and family of Robert and Carol Hardy
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  • News | Roberts signs contract
  • Interview | Clark on ‘huge’ Curzon clash
  • Interview | Clark disappointed after FA Cup exit

Interview | Clark on Spennymoor defeat

Blyth Spartans manager Lee Clark believes the 5-0 defeat to Spennymoor Town was difficult to assess after Joe Robson’s 13th-minute red card.  James Roberts raced in-behind Robson with a tug on the shoulder from the defender seeing the Moors attacker fall to the ground and the referee show no hesitation in handing him his marching orders.  From the free-kick, Stephen Brogan directed his 20-yard effort past Mark Foden before Adam…

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Report | Spartans well beaten away from home

BY Aaron Hindhaugh In association with: ALAN McLEAN FCMA CGMA Chartered Management Accountant Vanarama National League North Tuesday, September 10th, 2019 Spennymoor Town 5-0 Blyth Spartans Blyth Spartans were put to the sword by Spennymoor Town as the Moors put five past the away side. Spartans were down to 10-men after 13 minutes which set the tone for the remainder of the game as Blyth still look for their first…

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FA Cup SRQ | Spartans away to Curzon Ashton

Blyth Spartans have been drawn at away to Curzon Ashton at the FA Cup second round qualifying stage. Lee Clark’s side travel to The Tameside Stadium on Saturday, September 21 in what will be a 3pm kick-off. At the same stage last season, Spartans defeated Nantwich Town at the second attempt after a 3-3 draw forced a replay. A Dan Maguire goal at Croft Park sent Blyth into the next…

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Interview | Amantchi pleased with debut

BY Jack Cunningham   Blyth Spartans’ latest signing Levi Amantchi is pleased to be back in the North East and hopes to help Lee Clark’s side climb the National League North table.  The former Wallsend Boys Club man joined on loan from Chesterfield on Friday before being handed his debut less than 24 hours later.  The 18-year-old impressed on his first outing – leaving the field to a standing ovation after…

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Report | Dale stunner nets Spartans first home point of the season

BY Stephen Burton In association with: ALAN McLEAN FCMA CGMA Chartered Management Accountant Vanarama National League North Saturday, September 7th 2019 Blyth Spartans 1-1 Kidderminster Harriers A stunning Robbie Dale free-kick was enough for Blyth Spartans as they came from behind to gain their first home point of the season in a 1-1 draw with Kidderminster Harriers. The visitors went ahead two minutes into the second half as Alex Prosser…

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Loan signing | Amantchi joins from Chesterfield

Blyth Spartans are pleased to announce the loan signing of striker Levi Amantchi from National League side Chesterfield until January 2020. The 18-year-old started his footballing education in the North East at Wallsend Boys End before earning a move to Chesterfield following a successful trial period – where he scored against Sheffield Wednesday.  In October 2018, after spending time in The Spireites academy, Amantchi was offered a professional two-and-a-half contract…

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Hospitality | Guiseley (H)

Blyth Spartans were delighted to welcome the following people to our matchday hospitality suite against Guiseley on Bank Holiday last month. Gavin & John Berry who travelled down from Glasgow for the day. 1899 Club winner Glenn Thomas Mick Page and family from Page Powder Coatings Ltd and (right) Track Suit Sponsor, Mick Hogan from L&M Plant Hire Now, YOU can take advantage of our affordable hospitality package as a…

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Darlo post-match | Stephenson: We need to fight for the badge

Blyth Spartans assistant manager Paul Stephenson has called on his players to “fight for the badge” after a seventh defeat of the season at Darlington last night.  An early Callum Roberts goal on just his second appearance for the club had threatened a change in fortunes for Lee Clark’s side, however were instead pegged back just three minutes later through Adam Campbell.  For large parts of the game, the Spartans…

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