• Sponsors | Boreham Wood
  • Extension | Jordan Watson commits until 2020
  • Extension | Michael Liddle signs up until 2020
  • Arrival | Laing back in the fold as Spartans Strengthen
  • Away Travel | Leyton Orient vs Blyth Spartans

Blyth Spartans 0 Northwich Victoria 1 (Match Reaction)

Illness and injury are endemic at Blyth Spartans. It’s possible that a skull and crossbones will need to replace the Spartans logo on the dressing room door with the slogan – ‘Abandon hope all ye who enter here’. Despite a roll call of the sick and the lame which would challenge an American Oscar winner’s thankyou list for length manager Mick Tait, himself far from 100% with a persistent infection,…

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New Signing – Dan Smith

As announced on the match updates section of the website, Blyth Spartans have signed defender Dan Smith. Smith, 23, started his career at Sunderland and made 3 first team appearances for the Black Cats. Whilst at Sunderland he also had a loan spell at Huddersfield Town where he made 8 appearances. His career then saw him move to Scotland, where he played for SPL side Aberdeen and and then for…

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Elvis at Croft Park?

In fact there will be 14 Elvis’s (The Memphis Spartans) at Croft Park tomorrow when we play Northwich Victoria. It is Mark Wilkinson’s stag party; “Head Elvis” Mark (of Coventry Spartans) is our main match sponsor on the day. We are sure that they will have a great weekend in the Northeast, and all at Blyth Spartans wish Mark and his betrothed all the best for the future.

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Conference Communication – Statement Weymouth FC

The Football Conference confirms the following has been posted on the official web-site of Weymouth Football Club and the club has informed the Football Conference of the content. The Conference awaits further communication from the club regarding its on-going trading position with all its creditors in compliance with Conference Rules 2.11, 11 and 14. Press Statement from Weymouth FC Over the last two and half months we have been servicing…

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View From The Terrace

This article is a regular feature in the matchday programme. Due to printing deadlines it was omitted from this Saturday’s programme, rather than SpartansFans missing out we have decided to post the article up here. I will start this article with a trivia question today. Which football league club are nicknamed the Bulls? (answer at the end of this page) What a cracking game that was last week against AFC…

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Supporters Club Meeting Minutes (Feb 2010)

Date/Time: 13 February 2010 @ 12.30 Present: Jeff Young, Anthony Seghini, Deborah Wall, Martin Hunter, Bobby Bell, Scott Dewhurst, Dave Wall, Brian Bell and Gillian Wall Apologies: Derek Birdsey, David Charlton, Brian Davison and Andrew Westgarth Matters Arising: None Correspondence: Usual array of bills, orders and requests Shop: Online shop still going well Arabian Scarves to be sold in honour of Anth Lowther. Look at sourcing more copies of “two…

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Workington 3 Blyth Spartans 1 (Journal’s Match Report)

Despite reducing a two-goal deficit midway through the second half, Blyth conceded a late third goal to Workington Town in last night’s Blue Square North game. Manager Mick Tait handed a debut to Stephen Foster, signed from Darlington, but Darren Craddock was ruled out with a foot injury, Michael Tait through illness and Stephen Harrison, in the middle of a three-match ban, was also absent. The Reds made the early…

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