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Blyth Spartans 1 Redditch United 0

In a ‘competitive’ game, Blyth Spartans ran out 1-0 winners over Redditch United thanks to a Robert Dale penalty in injury time of the first half. Blyth’s cause was not helped by playing nearly an hour of the match with only 10 men following a red card for Gary Brown, awarded for a high, reckless tackle. As this is Gary’s second red card of the season this will mean he…

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New Signing

Striker Anthony Shandran signed for us yesterday, full clearance has been accepted by The Football Conference prior to today’s deadline. The talented 27 year old stated off his career at Burnley, where he was a teammate of current Spartans defender Andrew Leeson. He made one sub appearance for the Clarets and also had a loan period at York City and whilst the loan went well for the player (he scored 3…

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Hucknall Town 1 Blyth Spartans 1 (Match Report)

Saturday 28th March 2009 Blue Square North Hucknall Town 1 Blyth Spartans 1 Attendance – 239 Blyth Spartans: Mark Bell, Kenny Boyle, Alex Gildea, Gareth Williams, Richard Pell, Andy Leeson (sub John Brackstone 55 mins), Adrian Webster, Chris McCabe (sub Stuart Banks 62 mins), Rob Dale, Marc Walton (sub Shaun Reay 83 mins), Gary Brown. Subs not used: Simon Todd & Paul Farman  Spartans dropped 2 points against bottom club…

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Stalybridge Celtic 2 Blyth Spartans 0 (Match Report)

Tuesday 24th March 2009 Blue Square North Stalybridge Celtic 2 Blyth Spartans 0 Blyth Spartans: Mark Bell (sub Rob Dale), Kenny Boyle, Andy Leeson, Gareth Williams, Richard Pell, Alex Gildea, Adrian Webster, Gary Brown, Marc Walton, Shaun Reay, Stuart Banks.Subs not used: Ged Dalton, Adam Laidlaw, Simon Todd & Stephen Shaw  Spartans lost their unbeaten record in brazier circumstances. With Mark Bell making his return in goal manager Harry Dunn…

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Spartans U9s 3 Coast Soccer 3 – Match Report

The football cliché of a game of two halves was made for this match.  Spartans were put under pressure from the start by Coast Soccer but they withstood this and started to come into the game and played some of the best passing football they have put together all season.  Spartans scored the opening goal, when a corner led to a scramble around the goalmouth and Lewis Best got his…

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Sportsman’s Dinner + Signed Shirt From The Blackburn Match

There are a few tickets still available for our Sportsman’s Dinner on Friday 3rd April, ex Everton player Dave Watson is the speaker and comedian Mick Munro provides the entertainment, tickets are £25 each. A framed Spartans shirt signed by the players of Blackburn Rovers and Blyth Spartans will be amongest the items auctioned on the night e-mail bids would be accepted prior to the auction creating a reserve price for the item. If you would…

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Stalybridge Celtic 2 Blyth Spartans 0

Blyth Spartans travelled to Stalybridge Celtic tonight for a Blue Square North clash. The Spartans had the better of the first half in treacherous conditions and went in at half time 0-0. Disaster was to strike when returning ‘keeper Mark Bell was injured in the 56 minute and with no substitute ‘keeper named on the bench Robert Dale was forced to don the gloves and go in goal. Sadly the…

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Robert Dale – 200 Appearances

In the most bizarre of circumstances talismanic striker Robert Dale has tonight chalked up his 200th appearance for the Spartans by coming on as a second half substitute for the injured Mark Bell to play in goal! Signed from Ryton, the languid forward, made his debut in the Unibond Premier Division clash with Wakefield Emley on 15 March 2005 where he scored a debut hattrick. Even better was to follow…

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