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n behalf of everyone at the club I would like to extend a warm welcome to Colin and everyone connected with Cambridge United today. We arrive here today off the back of a hard earned point at Forest Green. With two home games in a short space of time after coming together, it was a real challenge for us to show a true reflection of the team we are working to be. Though we had some structure and I couldn’t fault the attitude and work ethic of the players, we needed more time to work as a group on the training ground to get closer to where we need to be. I felt there were far more signs at Forest Green on Saturday that the work on the training ground is transferring onto the pitch. We dominated the first half and the majority of the second both with and without the ball. Though we didn’t get the win we wanted, if we can build on those many phases of the game where we were really good, then we will be rewarded with the results. I want to say a big thank you to the fans who travelled to the game - the way you got behind the team was awesome! It is a proud moment as a football club when your own away supporters out sing a home crowd and for 95 minutes you were amazing. Thank you. If there are games we look out for when the fixture list arrives, at home to Cambridge is certainly one that is right at the top of the list. The passion, the emotion, the intensity of a derby is always special to be part of and as a group we are ready to fight for every ball as if our lives depend on it to get us over the line with a win today.

It has been our first full week as a group on the training pitch. The players and staff have prepared with a huge focus and intensity understanding fully the importance of the game today to everyone at the football club. I know this group will give everything today to give you, our incredible fans, a derby win to enjoy with families and friends tonight over a cold beer! Get behind the boys – your support really means the world to them. www.stevenagefc.com | 5


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warm welcome to the directors, officials, players and supporters of Cambridge United. I hope you enjoy your stay with us and have a safe journey home. Last week’s game against Forest Green was a huge improvement on previous weeks and I don’t know how we didn’t win the game. In the end we had to be satisfied with 1 point but when their keeper gets Man of the Match it tells you something about how the game went. No matter – our stall is set out and we’ve started our climb up the table. It’s tough thinking about making the play-offs when you’ve given everyone a head start, but that’s our mind set. We have a lot of making up to do but we’ll have 2 or 3 of the injured senior players available today and another 2 or 3 more next week. In order to get these lads match fit we will organise a behind closed doors game for the middle of the week at Bragbury End. Today we welcome Cambridge in a local derby. These are usually very entertaining games and I’m looking Stevenage FC v Cambridge UTD

forward to seeing how we can build on last week’s performance and start adding goals to secure the wins we deserve. I’m sure that, once we get on the winning trail, we will quickly climb the table as we will never give up chasing for a play-off place. Off the pitch, you may have read that we were denied permission to operate a ‘soft opening’ of the North Stand on safety grounds. This was disappointing as work is going on and we believe we’d have been ready. However, the list included things we might not complete and we felt it was best to postpone any attempt to open the stand. As it stands now we are gearing up the soft opening for the next home game – against Grimsby on 12th October. This will mean only North Stand Season Ticket holders will be allowed in, as we still have work to do inside the stand. Back to the game and let’s get behind the lads. Everyone has worked hard and the mood in the camp is positive and extremely confident. Onwards to 3 points! Enjoy the game. www.stevenagefc.com | 7


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MATCHDAY MASCOT A warm Boro welcome goes to our mascot for today’s game, Maisie Triplow. Maisie, 7, is a pupil at St Vincent de Paul School in the town and lists her hobbies as football, TV, trampolining and swimming. Her favourite Boro player is Kurtis Guthrie. If you’d like to discuss a mascot package in more detail or making a booking then please contact the Foundation on 01438 223223 (Option 6) or via community@stevenagefc.com

We are also delighted to welcome our three grassroots clubs today.

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ur archive programme this week takes us back to 1999 and 20 years ago Boro were playing host to Kingstonian in the Conference. Ironically it was a season which showed you can’t judge a book by its cover and should give us hope in our current campaign. Back in 1999, with Phil Wallace fresh at the helm, he saw manager Richard Hill start with a run of six straight wins in a row. It’s of course a Boro best, but by September defeat had reared its head and in this clash Boro went on to lose 1-0, their second successive home game, despite second half subs seeing Richard Leadbeater and Dwayne Plummer come on for Ross Harrison and Gary Wraight.

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ON THIS DAY Monday September 28, 1992 Stevenage 2 Dulwich Hamlet 4 After a run of successive promotions Boro found life a little tougher in the Diadora League Premier Division. Despite three wins and a draw from the start, it wasn’t all going to plan and although they grabbed two goals from Steve Cox, Boro fell to defeat with the dismissal of keeper Richard Wilmot rubbing salt into the wound on this Monday evening in front of a crowd of 862. Information kindly supplied by www.boroguide.co.uk Stevenage FC v Cambridge UTD

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Car: Volkswagen Polo Football shirt you owned: Leeds United with Alan Smith on the back Celeb Crush: Mila Kunis Footballer you idolised: Zinedine Zidane Music you owned: An old NOW That’s What I Call Music CD Overnight roommate: Elliott List last weekend Thing you do when you get home from training: Make a cup of tea

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Thing you watched on TV: Top Boy Thing you bought: Milk Football Match you went to: Leeds vs Derby in the Play-Offs last season Thing you ate: Jimmy’s Spag Bol at the Training Ground Time you lost your temper: Against Forest Green after a miss-placed pass Good deed: Taking Kenners to and from training today Goal you scored: On my Leeds debut at Kenilworth Road last season Song you listened to: A Lewis Capaldi song on the radio just now

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TOP 3s… Career Moments: Making my debut, being in the squad against Liverpool at Anfield, representing England at U17 level Takeaways: Indian, Pizza, Fish & Chips Players of All Time: Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Ronaldo R9 Players you have played with: Lewis Cook, Kalvin Philips, Alex Mowatt Stadiums you have played in: Villa Park, Elland Road, Stamford Bridge TV Shows: Emmerdale, Power, Great British Bake Off Films: Shawshank Redemption, Django, Wolf of Wall Street Sports: Football, Rugby League, Cricket Musical Artists: Drake, J-Cole, Jay-Z Meals: Sunday Roast, Fish & Chips, Spaghetti Bolognaise Countries to visit: Spain, Bali, Italy Breakfast Items: Pancakes, Fruit and Kurtis introduced me to White Coco-Pops Desserts: Sticky Toffee Pudding, Apple Pie & Custard and Neapolitan Ice Cream Apps: Instagram, Money Box & Stick Cricket – Jozza got me to it recently Fruits: Pineapple, Mango & Green Apple Items you take everywhere: Phone, Wallet, Car Keys

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t’s been a really good period of work here at the Academy. Two consecutive wins, really encouraging performances and, like the 1st team, players returning from injury. The boys’ response to change has been great and highlights once again what a good bunch of young scholars we have in the building. An enormous amount of credit should go not only to the players but also the staff, particularly Stephen Payne and Ronnie Henry who have led from the front and really been diligent with their work in Alex’ s absence. The player-centred approach we have to all our Academy players really shines through in times like these and it has been great to see and feel such a positive environment in the camp. What was particularly pleasing about the weekend games was the attitude of players, their desire to win a game of Stevenage FC v Cambridge UTD

football without sacrificing any of our Academy principles or philosophies. We continue to push our young players every day and seeing so many U15 and U16 players appearing in the U18 squad is always a particular highlight of my week as it shows how quickly we are developing as an Academy, not only are we fielding young players but we are competing and overtaking rival clubs whilst giving up years of development on the pitch. Below the scholars, our schoolboy programme continues to develop and once again the weekend fixtures against Portsmouth highlighted some real talent emerging through, players that we feel can have a real impact on the senior side in the not too distant future. Enjoy the game.

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the sessions and interact with the girls. The players spent some time with each age group, including our GK Development Centre and assisted with the coaching, took part in Q&A’s and also got involved with the session. Project Manager Dani Toyn spoke about the importance of First Team Player visits: ‘It’s really great that the ladies gave up their own time to come and attend the Girls Development Centre sessions on Monday night. It’s important for the Girls to see a pathway within the set-up and hopefully build aspirations of playing at the highest level they can. We had over 55 girls in attendance who all got the chance to meet the players which is brilliant and hopefully they all got something from it.’ The development centre is still looking for players in it’s u10 and u14 age groups and any interested player should contact Dani on womenandgirls@stevenagefc.com. www.stevenagefc.com | 23


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WOMEN Stevenage FC Women 0 Ipswich Town Ladies 7 Stevenage FC women fell to a disappointing defeat at home to Ipswich on Sunday in a match played at the County Ground. The visitors began strongly and took just four minutes to take the lead when they found the net from the penalty spot. A second penalty saw them double the lead on 21 minutes although Boro held on to keep it to 2-0 at the break. The match was sewn up on 57 minutes when Ipswich netted their third and they went on to add further goals on 68, 73, 80 and 86 minutes. Stevenage keeper Hannah Vandersluis was named player of the match. Stevenage FC Women have been drawn at home to Peterborough United Women in the second round qualifying of the Women’s FA Cup in a tie to be played on Sunday October 6. In other news the Development Squad enjoyed a 5-1 win this week against Wodson Park Ladies FC.

DATE

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RESULT

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Actonians

1-2

25/08/19 14:00

Yeovil Town

0-7

01/09/19 14:00

Norwich City

1-4

03/09/19 19:45

Enfield Town

1-5

08/09/19 14:00

AFC Wimbledon

4-2

15/09/19 14:00

Leyton Orient

1-3

22/09/19 14:00

Ipswich Town

0-7

29/09/19 14:00

Cambridge United

SEPTEMBER 2019

OCTOBER 2019 09/10/19 19:45

Billericay Town

20/10/19 14:00

Kent Football United

NOVEMBER 2019 10/11/19 14:00

Cambridge City

17/11/19 14:00

Hoddesdon Town

DECEMBER 2019 08/12/19 14:00

AFC Basildon

JANUARY 2020 12/01/20 14:00

Actonians

FEBRUARY 2020 02/02/20 14:00 Norwich City 09/02/20 14:00 AFC Wimbledon 19/02/20 19:45

Lisa Nixon Age: 28 Position: Centre Midfielder Team you support: Rangers FC / Liverpool FC Football Idol: Andres Iniesta Best Football Memory: Playing in a European Championship Pre-Game Song: Lil Jon Turn Down for What Biggest Inspiration: My Parents Favourite Takeaway: Chinese Advice to aspiring footballers: Play where you can and get as many minutes as possible and express yourself

OPPONENT

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Enfield Town

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Leyton Orient

08/03/20 14:00 Cambridge United 17/03/20 19:45

Billericay Town

22/03/20 14:00 Kent Football United 29/03/20 14:00 Ipswich Town 26/04/20 14:00 Cambridge City

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SUPPORTERS ASSOCIATION

LATEST NEWS WELCOME Well, hello to Cambridge United, and especially to their visiting fans and supporters. Cambridge are currently managed by the celebrated Colin Calderwood. However, my memory of United’s managers stems right back to Bill Leivers, the man who got the club into the Football League, way back in 1970. Bill was a good friend to my old dad (Jim) who was Stevenage’s manager at that time, and many a player was sent on trial from The Abbey to tread the Broadhall Way turf during his period at the club. Ah, memories.

ALAN GILZEAN Many Stevenage fans will recall the time when Alan Gilzean was the manager of our predecessor club, Stevenage Athletic.

but a new book comes out soon which commemorates his amazing career. “The King of White Hart Lane” has been written by award-winning writer Mike Donovan and is the authorised biography of Alan Gilzean. Poignantly, the book refers to Alan’s time here at Stevenage for the 1975-76 season. Published by Pitch Publishing, the book is scheduled to come out on October 17th.

BURY FC I received a letter from Will Holt. Will is spearheading a campaign to have Bury FC re-instated into Football League 2 next season. He is canvassing support from all other supporters’ organisations in the EFL. Do you have a view on this? If so, do let me know. My email is: lloyd@sfcsa.co.uk

BORO BUS Our next away game is on Saturday October 5th when we journey to Essex to visit Colchester United. The cost is just £15 for members and £20 for non-members, departing The Lamex at 12:00pm. For further information and to book your place on the bus, please contact John Carroll in 01438 814285 (after 6.00pm).

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What we know about our opposition‌ Both teams and fans will be looking for local bragging rights on Saturday when another chapter will be written between the two clubs. Cambridge are into their sixth season in Sky Bet League Two after gaining promotion from the Conference National in 2014, whilst also capturing the FA Trophy by beating Gosport Borough 4-0 in the final at Wembley.

Reggie Lambe

Latest Form‌ United have been inconsistent in their form of late after only winning two games and losing four in their last six fixtures. They have gone on to pick up just two more victories and two draws in their 10 games played as the club sit in 11th place. Lately, Cambridge grabbed back to back wins on the road away from the Abbey Stadium against promotion chasers Crewe (3-2) and Mansfield (4-0). That run did end in their last game against Swindon Town, after the away side snatched all three points as Jerry Yates scored the only goal of the game. 28 | www.stevenagefc.com

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Paul Lewis

Star Man… Paul Lewis has been the heartbeat of the midfield and looks set to have the best season of his career. The 24-year-old has scored three goals and made three assists this season; he single-handedly won all three points at home to Scunthorpe. Lewis scored two, including the winner and set up Harvey Knibbs for their opening goal, as The U’s came from behind to win 3-2. The central midfielder started his career at Macclesfield Town and moved to United in 2017/18, signing a three-year contract at the club. Lewis did go out on loan to Dover halfway through the following season, as he played six games for the Kent club.

Colin Calderwood

The Gaffer… Colin Calderwood was appointed head coach in December last year after taking over from Joe Dunne. The club was on a run of poor form and sat just above the relegation places, until Calderwood successfully guided the club away from the drop zone. The 54-year-old wasted no time in bringing in players this season as 11 were signed in the summer transfer window The former defender had an eventful playing career in which he played for Mansfield, Tottenham and Aston Villa. But his biggest achievements came at Swindon Town, as the club went from the old Fourth Division (League 2) all the way up to the Premiership (Premier League).

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FIXTURES & RESULTS 2019/20 DATE

OPPONENT

RESULT

BORO SCORERS

AUGUST 2019 Sat Aug 03 Salford City

2-0

Sat Aug 10

0-1

Exeter City

Tue Aug 13 Southend United

1-2

Sat Aug 17

0-0

Leyton Orient

Tue Aug 20 Bradford City

0-1

Sat Aug 24 Mansfield Town

0-0

Sat Aug 31

2-2

Macclesfield Town

Parrett

Guthrie, Wildin

SEPTEMBER 2019 Tue Sep 03 MK Dons

0-3

Sat Sep 07 Cheltenham Town

4-2

Newton (2)

Sat Sep 14

Carlisle United

2-3

Guthrie (2)

Tue Sep 17

Northampton Town

0-1

Sat Sep 21

Forest Green Rovers

0-0

Sat Sep 28

Cambridge United

OCTOBER 2019 Sat Oct 05 Colchester United Tue Oct 08 Wycombe Wanderers Sat Oct 12

Grimsby Town

Sat Oct 19

Port Vale

Tue Oct 22 Swindon Town Sat Oct 26

Morecambe

Tue Oct 29 Fulham U21 NOVEMBER 2019 Sat Nov 02 Scunthorpe United Sat Nov 16

Oldham Athletic

Sat Nov 23 Walsall DECEMBER 2019 Sat Dec 07 Crawley Town Sat Dec 14

Newport County

Sat Dec 21

Crewe Alexandra

Thu Dec 26 Forest Green Rovers

APPEARANCES Paul Farman...................................................................... 11 (0) Luther Wildlin................................................................ 11 (0) Chris Stokes.....................................................................10 (0) Kurtis Guthrie................................................................. 9 (1) Charlie Carter............................................................... 9 (0) Tom Soares......................................................................... 8 (0) Kelland Watts................................................................ 8 (1) Scott Cuthbert...............................................................7 (0) Noor Husin......................................................................... 6 (3) Danny Newton................................................................ 6 (4) Luis Fernandez............................................................... 5 (2) Paul Taylor....................................................................... 5 (2) Ben Kennedy...................................................................... 5 (3) Arthur Iontton............................................................. 5 (3) Elliott List......................................................................... 4 (1) Joel Byrom......................................................................... 4 (0) Terence Vancooten................................................... 4 (0) Emmanuel Sonupe.........................................................2 (1) Dean Parrett....................................................................2 (1) Tyler Denton....................................................................2 (1) Jamie Fielding....................................................................2 (1) Jason Cowley..................................................................2 (6) Sacha Bastien....................................................................1 (0) Adam El-Abd........................................................................1 (0) Michael Timlin....................................................................1 (0) Charlie Lakin.....................................................................1 (0) Craig Mackail-Smith.....................................................1 (3) Andronicos Georgiou.............................................0 (1) Joel Rollinson...............................................................0 (1)

Sun Dec 29 Plymouth Argyle JANUARY 2020

League Table

Wed Jan 01 Northampton Town Sat Jan 04

Colchester United

Sat Jan 11

Port Vale

Sat Jan 18

Cambridge United

Sat Jan 25

Plymouth Argyle

Tue Jan 28

Grimsby Town

Bradford City Salford City

Port Vale

Macclesfield Town

16 Walsall

Sat Feb 08 Exeter City Sat Feb 15

13

15

Leyton Orient

Tue Feb 11

Northampton Town

14 Plymouth Argyle

FEBRUARY 2020 Sat Feb 01

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3

3

4

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12

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Carlisle United

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2

4

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Crawley Town

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Sat Feb 29

Walsall

19 Mansfield Town

MARCH 2020

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Sat Mar 07

Crewe Alexandra

20 Oldham Athletic

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10

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Newport County

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Swindon Town

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9

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Morecambe

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6

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Scunthorpe United

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10

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2

7

-8

5

24 Stevenage

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0

4

6

-8

4

APRIL 2020 Sat Apr 04 Oldham Athletic Fri Apr 10

Leyton Orient

Mansfield Town

Mon Apr 13 Macclesfield Town Sat Apr 18

Cheltenham Town

Sat Apr 25

Carlisle United

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STEVENAGE FC

COMMERCIAL The Pig & Whistle This afternoon’s match is sponsored by N and C Tyres Ltd, our local mobile tyre fitting and repair service. Their fleet of modern vehicles cover the whole of Hertfordshire and the Home Counties rescuing motorists with tyre problems. Put their number in your phone now, you never know when you’ll need their help, call them on 07860 579512 for an instant quote.

The Mitre match ball for today’s game is kindly sponsored by The Pig and Whistle. Located in the village of Aston, on the outskirts of Stevenage, the Pig and Whistle is a traditional country pub with a passion for all sports, especially football, showing all matches that are broadcast on Sky Sports and BT Sport. On offer is a full range of beers and real ales all at competitive prices. Supporters of all clubs are always made to feel welcome by the owner, Charlie Ward and his team of bar staff.

Hospitality Our range of Match-day Hospitality packages are designed to offer full flexibility, whether you’re coming to the game alone, in a small or large group or if you’re inviting staff and customers, we have something to suit. Our superbly appointed Executive Boxes accommodate up to 10 people in comfort, and with our freshly prepared meals, selection of wines, beers and soft drinks they really do offer fantastic value for money. For groups of varying sizes we offer the Benington Suite, the Knebworth Suite and the Sponsors Lounge. We pride ourselves on being able to provide exactly what’s needed to make your day with us as enjoyable and hassle free as possible, a fact borne out by the number of repeat visits that are made throughout the season. For more information, whether you’re planning a corporate sponsorship event, or a get together with friends and family, please contact Clive Abrey on 01438 223223 or by email at clivea@stevenagefc.com for full details and availability options.

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Another Brick in the Wall A simple way to show the support you or a loved one have for the Boro’ is to place your unique brick on the Boro Brick Wall. Whether it’s for a Birthday present, a Christmas present, something to say “Thank You” or a way of showing your affection for someone you’ve lost, a brick on the Boro Brick Wall is an ideal way for all to see your dedication to the Club in a permanent and prominent position. Prices start at just £50 for a single size brick, rising to £100 for the double sized version. For further information or to order, please visit the Club Shop. www.stevenagefc.com | 31


STEVENAGE

CAMBRIDGE

Caretaker Manager: Mark Sampson

MANAGER: Colin Calderwood BLUE AND WHITE SHIRTS, NAVY SHORTS, NAVY AND WHITE SOCKS

Red and white shirts, red shorts, white socks

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OFFICIALS REFEREE: Trevor Kettle ASSISTANT: Nicholas Cooper ASSISTANT: Ryan Whitaker FOURTH OFFICIAL: Bhupinder Gill

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