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SpartansFans Player of the Season 2008/09

SPARTANSFANS PLAYER OF THE SEASON – CHRIS MCCABE Now that the season has been completed, the winner of the SpartansFans Player of the Season can be announced and for the second time in the four years that the competition has been running, the honour is awarded to midfield lynchpin Chris McCabe. Hugely important to the way that the Spartans play, the midfielder has played a key role in our survival…

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SpartansFans POTM – Apr 2009

ROBERT DALE – APRIL 2009 The winner of the final SpartansFans Player of the Month goes to Robert Dale. The month started poorly for the Spartans and following the three defeats their Blue Square North status was seriously in jeopardy, but the enigmatic Dale stepped up to the plate when he was needed to steer the Spartans to safety. The highlight of the month (and probably the league campaign) being…

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Green (and White) Baize

As a follow up to the popular “Spartans Abroad” section of the website, we are keen for photos to be emailed to us which show SpartansFans showing their support for the mighty Spartans in places of interest in the UK as well, one such photo has been received from SpartansFan Tom Crane, who was a spectator at the 2009 World Snooker Championships in Sheffield. Should you have a story or…

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Spartans U9s 0 Howden Rockets 2

This was always going to be Spartans’ hardest game of the season and a win would guarantee us second place in the league.  However, we were put under pressure from the start against a very skilfull Howden Rockets side.  Despite the pressure and some good chances from Howden, Spartans had a few chances too.  However, half time saw deadlock at 0-0.  Spartans started the second half the stronger side and took…

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Kiwi Spartan

The final game of the season against Burscough, also marked the last Blyth match for longtime SpartansFan Mick Scott before he emigrates to New Zealand in June. Mick, who wrote the “and then the corner flag fell down” book detailing his Spartans life, has followed the Spartans up and down the country for years and his famous ‘lobster song’ is a must for any away game. To mark his final…

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Burscough 2 Blyth Spartans 3 (SpartansFans Gallery)

A photo gallery of the SpartansFans who attended the Burscough away game. The game marked the end of the 2008/2009 campaign and saw about 200 Spartans head over to the North West to cheer the lads on. Should you be interested in travelling away with the Supporters Clubs to future matches, please use this link

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Burscough 2 Blyth Spartans 3

In their final game of the season, the Spartans ran out 3-2 winners over already relegated Burscough. Following a very poor first half, which saw them 1-0 down, the Spartans flew out of the traps in the second with Chris McCabe scoring a header and then Ged Dalton being alert to a short back pass to give the Spartans the lead. Burscough equalised, but the Spartans were not to be…

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Goal Prediction Competition 2008-2009

This year three supporters correctly predicted that the Spartans would score 74 goals in all competitions up to and including the last game of the season. Following the game against Southport, a draw was made in the social club by Blyth Spartans supporter Tony Young and witnessed by fellow supporter Ian Burt. Mrs Doreen Young was declared the winner and will receive a season ticket for Blyth Spartans for next…

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