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Michael Tait the Player of the Round?

The FA have today announced that Blyth Spartans hattrick hero Michael Tait is in the running to be the E.ON Player of the Round, following his performance in the 2nd Qualifying Round. If you would like to vote for Michael please use the following link: – VOTE FOR TAIT Should the 21 year old win, he will receive a commemorative trophy and two VIP tickets for the FA Cup final…

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Spartans U10s 0 Ponteland Madrid 0

After last weeks poor performance, this was a good solid team performance between two very closely matched sides.  We had a shot cleared off the line that was millimetres from being over, hit the post twice and hit the bar as well as numerous near misses and saves.  However, Ponteland also had a shot cleared off the line and hiit the post as well as near misses plus a great…

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FA Cup Fixture Update

The club has received official confirmation from the Football Association regarding possible revised match details for the third qualifying round of the FA Cup, these are as follows: – The second qualifying round fixture between Hyde United and Salford City will take place on Tuesday 6 October 2009. Should this result of this match be a draw, the replay will be held on Saturday 10 October 2009 with the winners…

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Supporters Club – FA Cup Travel

We are proposing to run a Supporters Club coach to the FA Cup game, the details of which are as follows: – Departure Time: 9am (From Croft Park, Blyth) Departure Time from Salford / Hyde: 5.30pm Cost: £15 (Accompanied kids under 14 go for free). We are using a new bus company and as a result STRICTLY NO ALCOHOL will be allowed on the coach on either leg of the…

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SpartansFans POTM – Sep 2009

CRAIG TURNS – SEPTEMBER 2009 A move by Spartans manager Mick Tait in the transfer market saw the return of hugely popular Spartans ‘keeper Craig Turns from Durham City. It was clear within minutes of second debut that he had lost none of his ability as he pulled off a stunning reaction save against Solihull Moors to keep the game at 0-0. Better was to follow in the FA Cup….

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