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Daggers to visit pre-season

Blues have announced their first pre-season friendly, with Dagenham & Redbridge visiting the ProKit (UK) Stadium on Saturday July 21, kick-off 3pm. John Still’s side finished 11th in Vanarama National League, five points off the play-offs with 68 points from 46 games. In common with Blues went out both FA competitions at the first stage, going…

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Supporters’ Club positions up for grabs

Blues’ Supporters’ Club are looking for several positions to be filled for the 2018/19 season. They are need of a secretary , vice chairman, events manager and tannoy announcer as well as general match-day help. If you are interested in any of those voluntary positions please contact chairman Darren Woollard  at Darren@dmg-freight.com.

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Blues to face U’s

Blues have announced their second pre-season friendly, and they will look forward to the visit from a strong Cambridge United team on Saturday July 28, kick-off 3pm. The U’s finished the season strongly following the dismissal of Shaun Derry, with new boss Joe Dunn leading them to 12th spot in League 2 with 64 points from 46…

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Blast from the past

Andrew Cornell looks back at Blues’ games on May 16th On this date we made our second visit to Wembley Stadium. It is inevitable that Blues fans like to compare the 1974 and 1981 teams, however it is difficult to make a meaningful comparison as so much changed in non-league football from the abolition of…

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Andrew Cornell looks back at Blues’ games on May 15th   The only game on this day was a Herts Charity Cup final against St Albans City at Clarence Park. The game was played so late because of problems fitting in our semi-final with Hitchin Town which eventually went to a replay. On their home…

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Andrew Cornell looks back at Blues’ games on May 14th On this day in the extended 1973-74 season we played our penultimate home league game of the campaign against near neighbours Hitchin Town. With Wycombe Wanderers and Hendon both dropping points a win here was vital to keep our championship hopes alive. There were chances…

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Andrew Cornell looks back at Blues’ games on May 13th The Clubcall Cup was originally a competition for all teams in the Conference, Isthmian, Northern and Southern Premier Leagues. In 1989 we had lost in a replay at the semi-final stage to a Barnet team who were also challenging for a place in the Football…

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Great escape for (the other) Blue Brazil

Cowdenbeath FC sealed another season of Scottish League football with a 3-2 win against Cove Rangers, on Saturday. The visitors certainly went down fighting, seeing two men sent off in injury time as they finished with eight men. We’d like to congratulate our namesakes and with the Blues back in the Isthmian League, life doesn’t…

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Good luck to the Blue Brazil

We’d like to wish good luck to the other Blue Brazil, Cowdenbeath FC, as they battle to stay in the Scottish League today. Cove Rangers are the visitors to Central Park, with the first leg of the play-off having finished goalless.

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Andrew Cornell looks back on Blues’ games on May 12 The 1962-63 season was the longest we ever played and one of the worst winters in the last century. Due to snow and ice Blues didn’t play a single game home or away in January or February 1963. There were so many postponements that the…