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Different team, same ambition

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After sixteen changes in the summer, the Stevenage fans were left in limbo. The team we knew was gone and we didn’t know what to expect. I set my stall out early, claiming we’d finish mid-table but that I’d have been happy with a season that saw us finishing anywhere outside of the bottom four. However, here we are…

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Gary Smith

A new dawn

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Stevenage start the 2012/13 season with an almost entirely new squad to the one that was narrowly pipped to last season’s Play-Off Final by Sheffield United. Of that first team squad, only Chris Day, Mark Roberts, Jon Ashton, Darius Charles, Luke Freeman and Robin Shroot remain. Patrick Agyemang may perhaps be added…

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Gary Smith

Well wasn’t that eventful…

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Well wasn’t that eventful! The first foray into unknown territory is often a daunting prospect. This season, however, Stevenage FC found themselves battling ex-Premier League big boys for a third successive promotion and a crack at the Championship – rather than settling for any old spot outside of the bottom four. Mad? Probably….

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Stevenage celebrate victory

Well isn’t this lovely….

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Sixteen matches into the season and Stevenage find themselves with almost double the number points than games played, a positive goal difference and a league position that is closer to the play-offs than the relegation zone. Not bad that – for whipping boys at least. Without wanting this blog to…

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Why does nobody care?

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Some of you may be shocked to read this given our reputation, but Stevenage is not an attractive town. It’s an identikit post-war new town with too much concrete, too many roundabouts and too high a rate of teenage pregnancy. Oh, and a Chicago Rock Café. Despite this though, people…

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