Interview | Lee Clark thanks fans for continued support

12th January 2020

Blyth Spartans manager Lee Clark has thanked fans for their continued support following the win over Curzon Ashton on Saturday.  While the 47-year-old admitted to real tough times for those on the terraces this season, Blyth fans has stuck by their team with an average of 884 attending Croft Park so far.  And yesterday, an excellent 721 braved the blustery conditions to cheer on their side from the first whistle…

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Interview | Lee Clark heaps praise on Robbie Dale

12th January 2020

Lee Clark has heaped praise on club legend Robbie Dale after his brace helped Blyth Spartans to a 2-1 win over Curzon Ashton on his 672nd appearance.  The 35-year-old rolled back the years with another Spartans rescue mission – striking twice in eight minutes to secure an invaluable three points in the context of the National League North table.  And assessing how big of a win it was for Spartans,…

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Interview | Lee Clark hails players’ fighting spirit

12th January 2020

Blyth Spartans manager Lee Clark hailed his players’ fighting spirit after they came from behind to beat Curzon Ashton in the must-win encounter at Croft Park.  Had Connor Dimaio’s 60th-minute opener for The Nash proved to have been the winner, Spartans would have found themselves seven points from National League North safety.  However, courtesy of a double from Robbie Dale and another resilience display by Clark’s men, the gap has…

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Report | Dale double secures massive win for Spartans

11th January 2020

By Stephen Burton In association with: ALAN McLEAN FCMA CGMA Chartered Management Accountant National League North 11th January 2020 Blyth Spartans 2-1 Curzon Ashton Robbie Dale bagged a brace as Spartans came from behind to earn a massive three points to go within a point of safety at a windswept Croft Park. The visitors went ahead through Connor Dimaio as he fired low past Zach Hemming just after the hour…

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Club Statement | Curzon Ashton incident

15th October 2019

The club have received a notification from the FA, following a report by the match referee in relation to a pitch incursion by a Blyth supporter following our goal at Curzon Ashton. Whilst no action has been taken on this occasion, as the incursion was brief and non-threatening, we have been warned that penalties may occur should this happen again in the future. Please can we remind all supporters that…

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Interview | Clark on ‘huge’ Curzon clash

8th October 2019

Manager Lee Clark has talked up the significance of Blyth Spartans’ National League North trip to Curzon Ashton on Saturday.  Following two consecutive wins against The Nash and AFC Telford United, Blyth’s dip in performance levels was punished by Hednesford Town in a 4-2 FA Cup exit at the weekend.  With a new management team and a practically a new squad, Spartans feature in the early relegation places with five…

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Report | Sweet sends Spartans into FA Cup next round

BY Jordan Cronin In association with: ALAN McLEAN FCMA CGMA Chartered Management Accountant FA Cup Third Round Qualifying Replay Saturday, September 24th, 2019 Blyth Spartans recorded their first win of the season and progressed into the Third Round Qualifying of the FA Cup after beating Curzon Ashton 1-0. Lee Clark’s side peppered the visitors goal in the first-half before getting their just rewards after Michael Sweet’s 47th-minute goal – his…

24th September 2019
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Report | Roberts hat-trick secures FA Cup replay

21st September 2019

By Jack Cunningham In association with: ALAN McLEAN FCMA CGMA Chartered Management Accountant Vanarama National League North Saturday, September 21st, 2019 Callum Roberts scored his first career hat-trick – but it was not enough to seal Blyth Spartans’ first win of the season in a FA Cup second round qualifying tie. Spartans and Curzon Ashton played out a barmy 4-4 draw at the Tameside Stadium, where the pair will now…

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FA Cup SRQ | Spartans away to Curzon Ashton

9th September 2019

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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