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Disappointment for young Blues

Blues academy couldn’t build on their recent victory against Tilbury as they went down 4-1 against Histon at the ProKit UK Stadium, on Wednesday. The visitors scored twice in the first half before adding a third after the break, and although Rene Leacock pulled a goal back, the Cambridgeshire side hit a fourth. Tim Moylette’s…


Thumbs up for Non League Day’s success

Commercial vehicle leasing business Vanarama( , sponsor of the Vanarama Conference, together with Prostate Cancer UK are thanking football fans for their support, after raising thousands of pounds for the charity on Non League Day 2014.  Vanarama, linked with former Southampton FC and England legend Matt Le Tissier to champion the day, and pledged to make a donation to the charity on behalf of every fan attending a Vanarama Conference fixture on Non-League Day.  After a hugely successful broadcast and social media campaign, a…


Budget boost following Palace thriller

Rod Stringer has an extra £700 in his over-all budget following last week’s pay-what-you-like game against Palace. BSFC would like to thank everyone for their support. An entertaining game at the ProKit UK Stadium on Thursday evening saw Blues go down 4-3 against Crystal Palace under-21s. Boss Rod Stringer was able to give all of…

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Under-21s lose unbeaten record

  Blues under-21s saw their perfect start to the season end with a 2-1 home defeat against a physical Brentwood Town side, on Saturday. Manager Mark Ashford was clearly disappointed after a feisty game which threatened to boil over at times: “We should have won on chances created but that’s the way it goes. “The…

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Hilton leaves Blues

After a series of phone calls on Friday evening, Blues assistant manager Paul Hilton has  resigned from his position as assistant manager. Stortford boss Rod Stringer admitted that he was disappointed to see the former West Ham and Bury defender was leaving the ProKit UK Stadium: “I’d like to thank Paul for his work over…

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Injury woe for Allen

Blues will be without centre-half George Allen for at least a month after the youngster broke his big toe in the 1-0 win at Farnborough. Physio Colin Taylor expects the on-loan Stevenage defender to miss four-six weeks with the injury. “It’s a big disappointment, because we only have a limited squad” Blues boss Rod Stringer…


Support the Blues against Palace

It’s pay what you like at the ProKit UK Stadium on Thursday when Crystal Palace under-21s are the visitors, kick-off 7pm. Admission is free, with bucket collections, and all profits from the game going directly to the first team wage bill. Blues boss Rod Stringer is looking forward to the game, and hopes that his…


Rod praises match-winner Mikel

Blues boss Rod Stringer had praise for goalscorer Mikel Suarez who netted the 60th minute spot kick that gave his side a 1-0 win at Farnborough. Cherrywood Road was the scene of the horrific eye injury suffered by Suarez two years ago that saw the former Tonbridge Angels’ forward in a coma for nearly a…

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Stringer’s delight at win

Rod Stringer was delighted as his Blues side moved up to ninth spot in Vanarama Conference South with a 1-0 win at Farnborough on Saturday. “It’s great for the boys to see us fly up the table, and all we’ll drop down next week when we don’t play, it’s a big boost. “It was a…

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