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Blast from the past

Andrew Cornell looks back at Blues’ games on March 22nd Last year we played a Herts Senior Cup Semi-Final against Boreham Wood which was drawn 2-2 and lost on penalties. By coincidence three other games on this date in this century have been 2-2 draws. In 2011 we had Chelmsford City as our visitors. This…

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Blast from the past

Andrew Cornell looks back at Blues’ games on March 21st In 1998 when we played on this date we were in the third month of exile. Rhodes Avenue was demolished or in the process of being demolished and we had been playing matches at St Albans, Ware, Saffron Walden and Dagenham already. On this date…

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Blast from the past

Andrew Cornell looks back at Blues’ games on March 20th   On this day in 1982 Blues set a record for most consecutive unbeaten games in the FA Trophy at 16. The run from the preliminary round to the final the previous year had comprised 13 games unbeaten and victories over Yeovil, Maidstone and Witton…

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Blast from the past

Andrew Cornell looks back at Blues’ games on March 19th In 2005 on this date we hosted Cambridge City in an M11 derby match. City were in second place in the league while Blues were in the middle of a run to the FA Trophy semi-finals. This had led to a backlog of fixtures and…

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Loan deals extended

Mark Haines and Ben Worman will see out the season with the Blue Brazil after their loan deals with Chelmsford City and Cambridge United respectively were extended until April 27. After Saturday’s screamer against Haringey took Worman’s tally to seven from 11 games, Stortford fans will be particularly pleased to see that the 17-year-old will…

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Smith praises Worman

Blues’ joint manager Steve Smith had praise for youngster Ben Worman after his brace helped Stortford to a 2-0 home win against Haringey Borough, on Saturday. “I’ve got to give a special mention to Ben Worman” said Smith “He come on loan to us from Cambridge United and he has been a credit to his…

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Blast from the past

Andrew Cornell looks back at Blues’ games on March 18th In 2006 on this date we made the trip to Sussex to play Lewes. We were having an average season, being placed 13th while Lewes were third and aiming for promotion, although in the end they weren’t allowed to take part in the play offs…

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Michael Thalassitis

BSFC would like to send our condolences to the family and friends of our former striker Michael Thalassitis who died yesterday. Michael had brief spells with Blues in the 2012/13 and 2015/16 seasons.

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Worman at the double against high-flyers

BISHOP’S STORTFORD 2 HARINGEY BOROUGH 0 A goal in each half from Ben Worman saw Blues dent high-flying Haringey’s play-off hopes, on Saturday. It took the 17-year-old’s tally to seven in 11 games since joining on loan from Cambridge United. The Blues squad showed a few changes with Jamie Cureton returning to the starting eleven…

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Game on

Despite the heavy rain this week, the Prokit UK Stadium pitch is in good condition and today’s game against Haringey Borough will go ahead as scheduled