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WE WILL REMEMBER THEM This Saturday’s match is the Club’s Annual Remembrance Fixture, as we pay tribute to those who made the ultimate sacrifice. Ahead of kick-off, supporters will be asked to observe the playing of the Last Post whilst representatives from both Stevenage Football Club and Peterborough United lay wreaths on the Lamex Stadium pitch. All Stevenage players will have a poppy displayed on their shirts for the match. Military personnel from the Stevenage branch of the British Legion will be in attendance throughout the day to help raise money for the Poppy Appeal, so please give generously to the collectors 2 | www.stevenagefc.com

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BY GEORGE! WELCOME BACK TO A BORO LEGEND

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hen a former player returns to a club there can often be some trepidation about the response they will receive. What was their time like at the club, what were the circumstances of their departure, did they even get on with the fans when they were there and are they returning to ‘get one over’ on their former employees? There can be little doubt that there will be a very positive response to the return of George Boyd at the Lamex, whether he plays or as has been suggested misses the game through injury, there may be more than one tear in the eye among some fans. From his introduction to the club in 2001 on the EFCO youth scholarship linked to North Hertfordshire College, to his sale in early January 2007 to Posh for a fee of £260,000, Boyd grew gradually into the legend status which he still holds to this day. We spoke to George just ahead of the game and it’s little surprise that he looks back fondly at his days with Boro saying: 14 | www.stevenagefc.com

“I have happy memories of my time with Stevenage. It really was a fantastic grounding in the game for me and it was where I truly grew up in the men’s game.” Brought to the club by Wayne Turner, Boyd rose through the ranks and continued to learn on and off the field. “When I first made my debut I was probably a bit too young, certainly physically and I needed to develop a little more. This was the case on and off the pitch as I also had to learn to live way from home and in digs which was tough in the beginning. The club was great for me though and by the time Mark Stimson took over I was seen as a front man and that’s when my game really took off and I got the move to Peterborough.” Built on the back of a talent which grew game by game in front of the eyes of Boro supporters, a workrate which was only truly revealed years later as Championship and Premier League stats showed his true contribution – and most importantly the fact that he was just a decent person, Boyd and his legacy have Stevenage FC v Peterborough Utd


always commanded respect at the Lamex. When he left some 12 years ago he did so with the very best wishes of the club and the faithful, safe in the knowledge that there were some great memories to savour. But despite his remarkable contribution, it actually took some years to truly get off the mark, Boyd scoring his first goal in April 2004 against Northwich after a spell where he had become used to sitting on the bench or making sub appearances. The 2005-06 season was one which showed the true potential, a 30-yard screamer against Paul Gascoigne’s Kettering in the FA Cup put him in the spotlight and he also scored against Northampton in the following round. Of course he scored these goals as a midfielder rather than as a striker although this changed when Mark Stimson put him up top from 2006 onwards and Boyd went on to flourish, scoring three against Stafford and four against Merthyr Tydfil in a purple patch. Goalscorer, creator and man who simply put in the miles on the pitch, Boyd was a true Boro legend for his all round contribution and his departure really came as little surprise. Indeed the only shock in this amazing ride is the fact that Boyd failed to hit the top flight sooner. His six year spell at Peterborough saw him linked to a number of clubs and have a few loan spells, most notably at Nottingham Forest, before he finally signed for Hull in the Championship in early 2013. Reflecting on his leap to the higher echelons of the pyramid, Boyd confirms that it was always an intention saying: “I set my heart on playing at the highest level but I truly believe that my start at Stevenage and then move to Peterborough left me so well grounded it kept me in the right frame of mind when I finally got into the Premier League with Hull. People always ask how different the football is but in truth I was the same person and the same player, it’s just about Stevenage FC v Peterborough Utd

belief in how good you really are or how good you can be.” The move suited both and Boyd was soon making his Premier League debut in 2013 after their promotion to the top flight. On September 1, 2014 Boyd then made the move to fellow Premier League side Burnley after the Clarets had been tracking him for some time. And at the end of that campaign he was not only ‘Player of the Season’ but also averaged 7.45 miles per match, the highest of any in the top flight that season. Further spells with Burnley in the Premier League and championship followed before Boyd signed for Sheffield Wednesday and eventually found his ways back to Peterborough, joining Posh on a free on July 15 this year.

Always keen for more success, Boyd is certainly not one to rest on his laurels and predicts more silverware saying: “I believe we can really achieve with this current Peterborough team and I am excited for the future that we have. I look ahead to my current playing days and career and I know I certainly want to stay within the game somehow.” Having already returned for the Ronnie Henry testimonial in the summer, there won’t be anything but love for Boyd when he comes to the Lamex with his Peterborough side. And while we no doubt all wish them the very best in League One this year, here’s hoping it’s Boro who will be breaking hearts and who will make progress in the cup. www.stevenagefc.com | 15


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xactly six years ago to the day we were gathered together for first round action and it was to be a thrilling encounter which saw Boro edge their way further into the competition. A crowd of 2,829 saw the home side get off strongly on the front foot - and the upset was well and truly on when Francois Zoko struck twice in the opening half to set the home side on their way. With a spine of the team featuring Chris Day, Jon Ashton and Luke Freeman, Boro were on top and saw their grip strengthened when Gavin Mahon was dismissed for the visitors early in the second half. Despite this dominance, nerves jangled as Pompey pulled one back, but Boro had more than enough in the tank to hold on for victory. Information kindly supplied by www.boroguide.co.uk

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and further down the pyramid, to see our players being challenged in a senior environment. Choosing the right club, working with the respective managers, ensuring the playing style suits the player in question, getting a Individual Learning Plan set up for the player, receiving feedback and monitoring the outcomes are all part and parcel of a loan period and vital for the development of a young player. Over the seasons we have got much better at this and feel we have set up a platform for the boys to have the best chance of being succesful. The past week has seen all the U18 focus turn to the FA Youth Cup and our tie against Brentwood. At the time of writing we are unsure whether the game will fall victim to the weather however our preparation has been very good, very detailed and the players themselves go into the game full of confidence and on a real high in terms of performances. We have developed a really strong reputation in the Youth Cup over the years and this season’s crop aim to emulate the performances of last season.

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FOUNDATION OUR STORIES - TREVOR Two years ago, Trevor Prowse, who was overweight and suffered from severe anxiety, never thought he would be able to do everyday activities like playing with his grandchild or talking to a stranger on the phone. It wasn’t until he was referred by his GP to meet Healthy Lifestyles Officer Hannah Marsh at Stevenage FC Foundation, when his life turned around. Hannah said “When I first met Trevor he told me our meeting was the first time he had left his house in a week due to his anxiety. He agreed to try our ‘Introduction to Exercise’ class and thoroughly enjoyed himself and hasn’t looked back since.” Stevenage FC Foundation’s Introduction to Exercises classes are designed for people with long-term medical conditions (both physical and mental) and are mainly circuit based. The sessions also incorporate other activities like Soccercise, Pilates and Boxercise and have a strong element of social support with the group regularly opening up and sharing their experiences and struggles with their health. In the two years that Trevor has been involved, he has lost a remarkable 6 stone and his blood pressure has dropped, to the point where he no longer has to take medication. Talking about his experiences, he said: “I started suffering with severe anxiety from my early 20’s. It effects your whole life and makes you so self-conscious, to Stevenage FC v Peterborough Utd

the point where you can’t even leave the house. “Taking that huge step to take part in the sessions at Stevenage FC Foundation was such a life-changing decision for me. I’m doing things now I never dreamed of – last weekend I even went sky diving! It’s also the little things that make all the difference. I recently became a grandad for the first time, and when I was overweight I wouldn’t have been able to do very much. But now, I can be active and it means so much. Anxiety has been a part of my life for so long – but those simple things are really what make all the difference.” The 58 year-old credits the sessions for not only helping him physically, but mentally, as he no longer dreads meeting new people and looks forward to classes each week. He added: “Stevenage FC Foundation, the course they run and Hannah are all superb and I would recommend it to anyone. There are people there of all ages, all levels of fitness and everybody is there for their own reason. The sessions have allowed me to realise that there are people who will help you if you are struggling, you just have to open up.” For more information about our health programmes please follow the Healthy Lifestyles tab at the top of the page. Alternatively, if you have any questions regarding any of our health programmes please contact Hannah Marsh via email click here hannahm@stevenagefc.com www.stevenagefc.com | 27


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WOMEN DATE AUGUST 2019

Last Sunday we were at home to Kent United, after the previous week’s win we wanted to continue and keep the momentum going by picking up three points, writes manager Mark Dicker.

18/08/19 14:00 Actonians 25/08/19 14:00 Yeovil Town SEPTEMBER 2019

1-2 0-7

01/09/19 14:00 03/09/19 19:45 08/09/19 14:00 15/09/19 14:00 22/09/19 14:00 29/09/19 14:00 OCTOBER 2019

Norwich City Enfield Town

1-4 1-5 4-2 1-3 0-7 4-0

06/10/19 19:45 09/10/19 19:45 20/10/19 14:00

Peterborough United

Photo by Edward Payne

STEVENAGE WOMEN 5 KENT FOOTBALL UNITED 2

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We controlled the game for the first 20 minutes taking the lead through Amy Makewell. We soon doubled the lead with Lucy Webster picking up her first goal for the club. Kent then started to create chances of their own and probably should have scored, but Hannah Vandersluis in goal for us kept them out with some very good saves. We then made it 3-0, Chloe Lupo-Gunn getting her first senior goal since coming back from an ACL injury with a sensational strike. Kent’s persistence was then rewarded and they brought the score back to 3-1 before half time. In the second half we needed to manage the game and we did that effectively, finally making it four and getting out of sight. Erin Pope did the damage, scoring her second free kick in consecutive weeks. Amy Makewell then added our fifth before Kent got some consolation with a second towards the end. Overall it was a pleasing result and pleasing performance although there are still some areas we need to work on. Picking up the three points was a priority however. Stevenage FC v Peterborough Utd

OPPONENT

AFC Wimbledon Leyton Orient Ipswich Town Cambridge United

Billericay Town Ipswich Town Kent Football United

RESULT

1-2 6-2 2-3 5-2

10/11/19 14:00 Cambridge City Hoddesdon Town 17/11/19 14:00 DECEMBER 2019 08/12/19 14:00 JANUARY 2020

AFC Basildon

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 MARCH 2020

Enfield Town

01/03/20 14:00 08/03/20 14:00 17/03/20 19:45 22/03/20 14:00 29/03/20 14:00 26/04/20 14:00

Leyton Orient Cambridge United Billericay Town Kent Football United Ipswich Town Cambridge City

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SUPPORTERS ASSOCIATION

LATEST NEWS WELCOME It’s the FA Cup and it’s fantastic for Stevenage to be entertaining Peterborough United here at The Lamex. A big Boro welcome to all fans and supporters of “The Posh” this afternoon. How I love the FA Cup. I still hark back to the time in 2012 when we had our best run ever in this competition. Stevenage had knocked Newcastle United out in round 4 and had drawn Harry Redknapp’s Spurs in round 5. Drawing at home 0-0 with Tottenham meant that we were also still in the hat for round 6 – the Quarter Finals of the FA Cup. Unbelievable! I remember the date, February 19th when the commentator on the telly said - “Stevenage or Tottenham Hotspur shall play Bolton Wanderers”. I had goosebumps on goose-bumps that day.

BORO BUS Next away game for the Boro: Walsall on November 23rd. Bus departs The Lamex at 10:30am. £20 for members and £25 for non-members. Concessions apply.

FOOTBALL SUPPORTERS’ ASSOCIATION “This is the first time that an FA Cup winner has been expelled from the Football League.” Tom Greatrex is vice-chair of the FSA and these are the words he used when he addressed a Select Committee at the Department of Digital, Media & Sports (DCMS) on October 21st. He was referring to the demise of Bury FC and he had his guns squarely trained on the EFL and the FA. Representing the EFL, Stevenage FC v Peterborough Utd

Executive Chairman Debbie Jevans responded by stating that it had been an incredibly difficult decision to expel Bury. Jevans went on: “We have to understand what has happened and learn lessons from that.” Damian Collins MP (Select Committee chairman) was particularly damning of the EFL’s failures, saying that: “Fans of Bury FC will be thinking that the EFL has failed in its duty.” Greg Clarke, chairman of the FA contributed to the discussion: “It’s difficult for the FA to be close enough to any competition to spot the latest tricks being used by unscrupulous owners.” The DCMS Select Committee continues its investigation.

REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY Herbert Day, Harry Ward and Owen Abbiss. Three names that are engraved on our War Memorial on the Bowling Green in the Old Town. All three played for Stevenage Town FC. Harry and Owen were both killed in 1944 in unrelated incidents during the Normandy campaign. Herbert lost his life at Passchendaele in 1917. The Supporters’ Association will be represented at the Remembrance Day parade and laying a wreath. Join us if you can, at the War Memorial in the High Street from 10:30am tomorrow morning.

Lloyd Briscoe Chairman of Stevenage FC Supporters’ Association

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WELCOME

GEORGE BOYD

THE BASICS‌ The Posh have enjoyed free flowing, attacking football this season and have scored the most goals throughout the top four Leagues in the English game with 38 goals. The attacking threats of Ivan Toney, Marcus Maddison and Mohamed Eisa have seen them score over 30 goals between them. Manager Darren Ferguson orchestrated back to back promotions from League Two to the Championship 11 years ago. Whilst the Club currently sit in 3rd place in Sky Bet League One and are on course for a return to the Championship having been relegated from the league above in 2013.

MARCUS MADDISON

LATEST FORM‌ The promotion hopefuls started their season with three damaging defeats which included being knocked out of the Carabao Cup losing 1-0 away at Oxford United. The team then went on a run of just one defeat in their next 15 games. But the Posh have been frustrated in the last week and are now on their worst run of form since the start of the season. After taking the lead against Blackpool, Peterborough 32 | www.stevenagefc.com

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IVAN TONEY were their worst enemy when they scored two own goals in a 4-3 defeat. Three days later, the club were beaten once again, away from home against Shrewsbury in an unsatisfying 1-0 defeat at New Meadow.

STAR MAN… Ivan Toney has been the star striker of their dangerous front three in this campaign with 12 goals in 17 games. The 23-year-old joined the Club at the start of last season and bagged 23 goals in his debut season. Toney came through the Northampton youth system and was later snapped up by Premier League outfit Newcastle United – playing just two games. He was sent on loan to Barnsley, Scunthorpe and Wigan, where he picked up a League One winners medal with The Latics.

DARREN FERGUSON

Darren Ferguson is now into his third spell at the London Road Stadium after first taking charge in 2007, and has been instrumental in their last three promotion campaigns, twice promoted to the Championship. He has also gone on to manage Preston North End and saw Doncaster promoted in 2017 after finishing 3rd in League Two. The son of ex-Manchester United manager, Sir Alex Ferguson, the former midfielder was a part of The Red Devils first of many Premier League titles in 1993. His spell at Old Trafford lasted four years which saw him playing just 27 times and he was sold to Wolves for £250,000. by Taylor Catton

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THE GAFFER…


FIXTURES & RESULTS 2019/20 DATE

OPPONENT

RESULT

BORO SCORERS

AUGUST 2019 Sat Aug 03 Salford City

2-0

Exeter City

0-1

Sat Aug 10

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

Macclesfield Town

2-2

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

1-1

Cowley

Sat Oct 05 Colchester United

3-1

Cowley

Tue Oct 08 Wycombe Wanderers

0-1

Cowley

OCTOBER 2019

Sat Oct 12

Grimsby Town

2-1

Guthrie, Carter

Sat Oct 19

Port Vale

1-1

Guthrie

Tue Oct 22 Swindon Town Sat Oct 26

1-0

Morecambe

1-0

Tue Oct 29 Fulham U21

Cuthbert

1-1 (4-2) Carter

NOVEMBER 2019 Sat Nov 02 Scunthorpe United Sat Nov 16

0-0

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 CHRIS STOKES.....................................................................18 (0) PAUL FARMAN.....................................................................18 (0) KURTIS GUTHRIE................................................................ 17 (1) CHARLIE CARTER.............................................................. 17 (1) KELLAND WATTS...............................................................16 (2) SCOTT CUTHBERT.............................................................15 (0) LUTHER WILDLIN...............................................................14 (0) TOM SOARES......................................................................... 9 (0) TYLER DENTON................................................................... 9 (1) NOOR HUSIN......................................................................... 8 (4) JASON COWLEY................................................................. 8 (7) MICHAEL TIMLIN.................................................................. 8 (2) TERENCE VANCOOTEN....................................................7 (1) ARTHUR IONTTON..............................................................7 (4) JOEL BYROM......................................................................... 6 (1) DANNY NEWTON................................................................ 6 (4) BEN KENNEDY...................................................................... 6 (4) BEN NUGENT........................................................................ 6 (4) DEAN PARRETT................................................................... 5 (2) ELLIOTT LIST......................................................................... 5 (1) PAUL TAYLOR....................................................................... 5 (3) LUIS FERNANDEZ............................................................... 5 (2) EMMANUEL SONUPE........................................................ 4 (3) SACHA BASTIEN.................................................................. 3 (0) CHARLIE LAKIN................................................................... 3 (0) JAMIE FIELDING................................................................... 3 (3) CRAIG MACKAIL-SMITH....................................................2 (4) ADAM EL-ABD........................................................................1 (1) JOEL ROLLINSON...............................................................0 (2) ANDRONICOS GEORGIOU.............................................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

FEBRUARY 2020 Sat Feb 01

Leyton Orient

Sat Feb 08 Exeter City Tue Feb 11

Bradford City

Sat Feb 15

Salford City

Sat Feb 22

Crawley Town

Sat Feb 29

Walsall

MARCH 2020

P

W

D

L

12

Cambridge United

17

6

5

6

GD Pts 5

13

Plymouth Argyle

23

16

6

5

5

4

23

14 Mansfield Town

17

5

5

7

1

20

15

16

5

5

6

-3

20

16 Leyton Orient

Macclesfield Town

17

5

5

7

-4

20

17

Crawley Town

17

5

5

7

-5

20

18

Grimsby Town

15

5

4

6

0

19

19 Carlisle United

17

5

3

9

-11

18

20 Oldham Athletic

17

3

7

7

-8

16

21

17

3

6

8

-4

15

Sat Mar 07

Crewe Alexandra

Sat Mar 14

Newport County

Tue Mar 17

Swindon Town

Sat Mar 21

Morecambe

22 Walsall

17

4

3

10

-13

15

Sat Mar 28

Scunthorpe United

23 Stevenage

17

2

7

8

-9

13

24 Morecambe

17

3

4

10

-14

13

APRIL 2020 Sat Apr 04 Oldham Athletic Fri Apr 10

Scunthorpe United

Mansfield Town

Mon Apr 13 Macclesfield Town Sat Apr 18

Cheltenham Town

Sat Apr 25

Carlisle United

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This afternoon’s Mitre match ball is sponsored by Product Finishing ltd. They are specialists in powder coating and wet paint spraying for industry. Current contracts are with the rail industry, ministry of defence, aerospace, electronics and general sheet metal companies. All types of work for finishing can be undertaken at the premises in Royston, Hertfordshire. High calibre work that would require gloss level recordings, thickness testing, cross patch testing and impact testing are regularly undertaken. With over 45 years experience in the finishing industry, Product Finishing Ltd. will be able to resolve your finishing requirements.

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.

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STEVENAGE CARETAKER MANAGER: MARK SAMPSON

PETERBOROUGH MANAGER: DARREN FERGUSON BLACK SHIRTS, BACK SHORTS AND PINK SOCKS

RED AND WHITE SHIRTS, RED SHORTS, WHITE SOCKS

1 PAUL FARMAN 2 LUTHER JAMES-WILDIN 3 CHRISTOPHER STOKES 4 PAUL DIGBY 5 SCOTT CUTHBERT 6 THOMAS SOARES 7 CHARLIE CARTER 8 JOEL BYROM 9 JASON COWLEY 10 BEN KENNEDY 11 EMMANUEL SONUPE 12 NOOR HUSIN 13 SACHA BASTIEN 14 JAMIE FIELDING 15 TERENCE VANCOOTEN 16 ARTHUR IONTTON 17 JOEL ROLLINSON 18 DEAN PARRETT 19 DANIEL NEWTON 20 KELLAND WATTS 22 ALEX REID 23 JACK SMITH 24 ANDRONICOS GEORGIOU 25 PAUL TAYLOR 26 JOSEPH WHITE 28 KURTIS GUTHRIE 29 LIAM SMYTH 30 LUIS FERNANDEZ 31 BEN NUGENT 33 TYLER DENTON 34 ELLIOTT LIST 35 CRAIG MACKAIL-SMITH 44 MICHAEL TIMLIN

OFFICIALS REFEREE: Nicholas Kinseley ASSISTANT: Christopher Kidd ASSISTANT: Conor Farrell FOURTH OFFICIAL: Joseph Stokes

CHRISTY PYM 1 DAN BUTLER 3 ALEX WOODYARD 4 MARK BEEVERS 5 FRANKIE KENT 6 MOHAMED EISA 7 JOSH KNIGHT 8 SIRIKI DEMBELE 10 MARCUS MADDISON 11 LOUIS REED 14 NATHAN THOMPSON 15 RHYS BENNETT 16 IVAN TONEY 17 FRAZER BLAKE-TRACY 18 SERHAT TASDEMIR 20 GEORGE BOYD 21 JOE WARD 23 NIALL MASON 24 CONOR O’MALLEY 25 AARON CHAPMAN 26 IDRIS KANU 27 BOBBY COPPING 28 SAM CARTWRIGHT 30 KYLE BARKER 31 HARRISON BURROWS 32

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