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The Highs And (Mainly) Lows Of Ben May

The adjective ‘prolific’ is one word that has never been associated to Stevenage striker Ben May. The 28-year old, currently on loan at League Two Barnet, has seemingly struggled at every club he has had the pleasure of playing for. Starting his career in youth academies at Southampton, Fulham and Millwall, it was at the Lions where he made his ... Read More »

Football League Takes Cup Limelight

Once again the past weekend was an FA Cup weekend so some of the emphasis was taken away from the gruelling 46-game marathon, or at least for some teams anyway. Following the Fourth Round matches that took place over the weekend, some ten Football League teams still remain in the competition (although the results of replays will inevitably reduce that ... Read More »

Football League Review – Rhodes And Westley Are Men In Demand

We’re just over a week into the January transfer window, and although we’ve had a few movers and shakers up and down the Football League already, the big business has yet to happen. I think it almost goes without saying that there are a couple of names we expect to see moving this month, with Doncaster’s Billy Sharp seemingly a ... Read More »

Stevenage 2-1 Tranmere Match Report (Stevenage Fan’s Perspective)

Stevenage extended their unbeaten run to 11 with a 2-1 win against struggling Tranmere, condemning the North-West side to their sixth game without a win and fourth consecutive loss. The win puts Stevenage a point off the fourth play-off spot as they quietly push themselves towards an unprecedented third promotion in as many years. On paper the game never promised ... Read More »

Match Report: Stevenage 2-1 Tranmere (Stevenage Fan’s Perspective)

Stevenage extended their unbeaten run to 11 with a 2-1 win against struggling Tranmere, condemning the North-West side to their sixth game without a win and fourth consecutive loss. The win puts Stevenage a point off the fourth play-off spot as they quietly push themselves towards an unprecedented third promotion in as many years. On paper this game never promised ... Read More »

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