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After last Saturday’s final whistle and yet another utterly avoidable defeat against a very modest Preston at St. Andrew’s, my thoughts immediately centred on the wasted years that seem to grow season upon season. Pointless dwelling on the occasional highs which give false dawns, as eventually damp squibs always appear as the winners.
More than 80 clubs will be joining forces in February to combat the climate crisis ahead of the first ever Green Football Weekend – and supporters are being encouraged to take action too.
Blues Trust hosted a meeting of representatives from several Blues supporter groups on Thursday evening, 19 January. The meeting had been called to discuss ongoing concerns about the ownership of the club and its future
Blues Trust is hosting a zoom conference meeting with representatives from other BCFC supporter groups. The meeting is part of the Trust’s ongoing engagement and fan unity programme
Four league defeats in a row have certainly deflated all Blues followers. That’s putting it mildly.
2022 was an historic year for women’s football on these shores, with the Lionesses’ Euros victory making a huge impact and turning their players into household names.
Hereford FC are the latest club to become a member of the community-owned club family