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6 months ago By Stevie R

Blues came out on top in a bruising battle when they slugged it out to pick up a hard fought victory at Peterborough Sports on Saturday.

After the game delighted Blues’ boss Neil Baker said, “That was the best result of the season for a lot of reasons.

“The pitch was difficult, we went 1-0 down and we’ve lost tight games before but today we found a way to win.

“On Tuesday we entertain Eccleshall in the Staffs Senior Cup, a competition I want to win, but I will be looking to those who haven’t had much football recently to come into the side and stake their claim for a regular shirt,” he added.

Baker will continue to scour the transfer market this week as he looks to bolster his dwindling squad after having little luck in attracting new blood over the last fortnight.

Meanwhile, Jordan Johnson returns to the squad on Tuesday after missing the Peterborough game whilst Alfred Hammond has been released.

Updated 22:39 - 5 Dec 2017 by Stevie R

Where next?

BLUES CRUISE THROUGH Blues cruised into the quarter-finals of the Staffordshire Senior Cup with a 5-0 victory over Eccleshall at Harrison Park.
AWAY TRAVEL TO CORBY TOWN Blues face another long trip on Saturday with a visit to Corby Town.


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