The team-by-team Football League tactics bible – #2: Stevenage

The second of our team-by-team Football League tactics guides looks at Graham Westley’s Stevenage. They may not be Westley’s for much longer as he is currently in talks with Preston North End, so this may be of unexpected interest to fans of the Deepdale club. Daniel Speller is your host.

Current formation and variations

The beginning of the season has been an odd one for Stevenage in terms of their …

The Seventy Two Unfortunates Football League season preview

The Seventy Two has joined forces with fellow Football League blog The Two Unfortunates, not to mention fans of all 72 clubs in the Football League, to bring you a full 108-page season preview.

Click on the image below to read online or click here to download the PDF.

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The Not So Secret Footballer #3: Close to a deal

It is time for Jack Midson‘s third diary entry, chronicling his summer pursuing the next step in his professional football career following release from Oxford United. Jack answers a few of your questions including his pick for the standout League Two team this year and reveals that he may already be close to signing for his next club…

Many thanks for your response to the articles so far. There …

League Two play-off final fans’ view: Stevenage v Torquay United

Torquay fan Ben Mayhew and Stevenage’s Matthew Kett give their views on the big day to Danny Brothers

What would promotion mean to you?

MK: It would be great to get promoted again, but I’m not sure that promotion to League 1 would be that much of a positive step long term. In my opinion, I don’t think we’re ready for League 1 both on and off the pitch. …

League Two play-off final preview: Stevenage v Torquay United

It all comes down to one game. After 49 gruelling matches, a rollercoaster campaign and a twist around every corner, either Stevenage or Torquay United will join Chesterfield, Bury and Wycombe in League One, writes Danny Brothers.

It’s perhaps indicative that the gap between Conference and League Two is closing all the time as two sides that have both been promoted within the last two years — Torquay as …