How long supported your club?
I only became involved with the club in June 2012 as Press Officer but of all of our non-league clubs I think the unique profile and history of Spartans meant that they were always the club I looked out for at this level
The first Spartans game I saw was the FA Cup First Round defeat of Shrewsbury in 2008
Difficult to say for me but in my time at the club I was disappointed to see Craig Hubbard leave. A really nice bloke and gave his all for the side
Fave current player
Probably not a shock this one because I used to be a winger so has to be Robbie Dale. Some of the goals I have had the pleasure of seeing in person and then writing on defy belief.
What makes non-league so special?
Often I think it is the dedication of those off the pitch. Some of the volunteers I have come across in the non-league game are among the most hardworking and dependable people I have met in my life. I think that is replicated at non-league clubs across the country.
What makes Your club so special?
Where do I start?! Long before I became involved with the club I knew all about Blyth Spartans – those FA Cup runs, the famous home shirt, Northern League dominance – I could go on. The club truly is known the world over – remarkable when you consider they come from a town in Northumberland of just 35,000 people.