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Alan Turvey

Bishop’s Stortford FC are very sad to learn that Isthmian League President, Alan Turvey, died on Monday morning in Basingstoke Hospital. Alan had previously been in the Brompton Hospital where he had undergone two operations for a heart problem, and was moved to Basingstoke on Sunday because he had recovered from this surgery. Alan has…

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Blast from the past

Andrew Cornell looks back on Blues games on November 13th Our most recent game on this date was in 2010 on a visit to Basingstoke in Conference South. We were both slightly the wrong side of mid-table and needing points to avoid being sucked into the relegation area, even this early in the season.  …

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Smith “gutted” after Trophy loss – report added

Blues’ joint boss Steve Smith couldn’t hide his disappointment after his side went out of the FA Trophy with a 1-0 loss at Greenwich Borough, on Saturday. After dominating the game for long periods, Stortford were hit by a sucker-punch in the 78th minute as the home side netted what proved to be the winner….

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Blast from the past

Andrew Cornell looks back on Blues games on November 12th We haven’t played a home game on this date since 1994 – the most recent away game was a trip to Oxford City in 2016.   It was a disappointing performance against our former Conference North rivals as City’s debutant keeper Ty Belford ended the…

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Peter Stone RIP

Everyone at BSFC was saddened to hear of the recent passing of former Supporters’ Club chairman. Peter, along with his wife Audrey and son Martin, ran the tea bar at Rhodes Avenue in the late 1980s and early 1990s and was a big part of the club at the time. BSFC would like to pass…

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Blast from the past

Andrew Cornell looks back on Blues games on November 10h   The last game we played on this date was the first ever live televised match from Bishop’s Stortford and we gave the TV cameras a close game to watch on a Sunday. Our visitors Northampton Town were bottom of the Football League while we…

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Blast from the past

Andrew Cornell looks back on Blues games on November 9th Stortford had not won on this date for 25 years until beating Lewes 1-0 in 2010, but one of the best games in the not too distant past was a defeat against Woking in 1991. Despite being a league game with both sides supposedly at…

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Blues return to Wembley trail

Blues will look to take another step towards a third trip to Wembley in their 144-year history when they visit Greenwich Borough, on Saturday. Stortford only need to win through six more ties to return to the home of football for the first time since 1981, but will need to avoid a potentially tricky game…

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