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Rod Stringer stands firm at Bishop’s Stortford

Despite much speculation Bishop’s Stortford FC is pleased to announce that Rod Stringer remains the clubs manager. The Chairman and his fellow Directors have reviewed the current position and concluded that with the Club now in a debt free position, it will not live beyond its means and spend more than it generates in income, therefore with falling…

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Pitch work continues – day 4

More pictures as work continued on Friday at the ProKit UK Stadium pitch in a bid to avoid last season’s problems. It may look like a ploughed field, but it’s the latest stage and we’re now awaiting laser levelling before seeding over the weekend. Because 22 games in 51 days really was a bit tiring!!  …

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Academy finish with a point

Blues’ Academy side completed their season with a gritty performance that saw them collect a deserved point at Braintree with a 1-1 draw on Wednesday. A draw was probably a fair result in a match that was played on the main pitch at the Amlin Stadium. Stortford had taken the lead just before the hour…

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Matt and Reece take awards

Matt Johnson and Reece Prestedge shared the three BSFC player-of-the-year awards at Friday evening’s Presentation Night in the Mitre Suite. Blues skipper Prestedge collected the club player-of-the-year trophy which is voted for by the Stortford fans and is the oldest of the three awards. Fellow midfielder Johnson won both the manager’s and players’ player-of-the-year trophies,…

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The fixtures are out!

Blues will start the Conference South season with a trip to Weston-super-Mare on Saturday August 9 before facing Wealdstone at home on Tuesday August 12 and Maidenhead United the following Saturday. August Bank Holiday weekend sees a trip to St Albans on Saturday (Aug 23) before Chelmsford City come to te ProKit UK Stadium two…

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U18 Cup Final Success

Our Eastern Junior Alliance U18’s were celebrating last night after beating Billericay Town 3-2 in the final of the EJA Magnus Cup. The young blues took the lead midway through the first half through Jamie Powter but conceded shortly before half time to go into the interval all square in a fairly tight and tactical…

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All square but visitors are safe

The Blues managed a draw through an injury time own goal after Maidenhead had taken the lead in the first half via Jacob Erskine. Maidenhead were desperate for a result to avoid relegation and in the end the 1 point from the game was enough to secure them Conference South football again next season. Cliff…

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Blues concede late goal against Sutton Utd

A Reece Prestedge penalty put the Blues in front after a disjointed performance from both teams in the first half but the lead was shortlived as Sutton controversially equalised after what seemed a clear foul went unpunished. The winner for Sutton came from a free kick, again this seemed an unusual decision but we’ve grown…

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U18s make it to final

Stortford’s EJA U18 side triumphed in their semi final at the Prokit UK Stadium on Wednesday night where they beat a spirited Stanway Rovers 2-1 AET. Although not at their fluent best the U18’s still played some attractive football and arguably were deserved winners although by the narrowest margin. Goals from Jamie Powter and a…

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