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Farnborough FC

Farnborough FC

Farnborough FC was formed in 2007 following the demise of Farnborough Town. Under the new guise, the Cherrywood Road club won the Southern League Division 1 South & West title in their first season before clinching the Premier Division title in 2009-10. Boro lost in the Conference South play-off final to Ebbsfleet in 2011.

 

Farnborough could revel in their 'hiding to nothing', warns Spencer Day

Spencer Day's Farnborough will be looking to end their 15-month wait for an away win when they make the trip to high-flying Dulwich Hamlet

Bogdan back to help plot Farnborough's escape act - but time is running out

Spencer Day is still looking to add at least one more top quality striker for the back-to-back visits of promotion-chasers Tonbridge Angels and East Thurrock

Spencer Day is a man on a transfer mission as he bids to save Farnborough's season

With defensive trio Tom Broadbent, Gary MacDonald and Darryl Siaw all departing the club this week, boss Spencer Day is plotting a complete overhaul

Farnborough Town Football Club cancels strippers and curry night after backlash

The entertainment company hired for the 'Gent's Evening' has backed out after 'threatening comments'

Mid-season reshuffle spells a defining week for Farnborough

In a week where a patched-up Farnborough XI crashed 7-0 at lower-ranked neighbours Camberley Town, it's matters off the field which are of most concern to Boro boss Spencer Day

Farnborough Football Club strippers and curry night branded 'toxic' and 'sexist'

Critics say it will 'reinforce the common message that football is for men and women are only included as sex objects'

Farnborough FC continue swinging from home comforts to away despair

Spencer Day hailed his Farnborough side's performance at Staines Town on Tuesday night, but ultimately their away drought stretched into a 14th month

Farnborough FC suffer double defeat in relegation battle

Back-to-back defeats to fellow strugglers Leatherhead and Hendon have left Farnborough in a perilous position at the foot of the Ryman Premier Division

Farnborough FC's fortunes on the up with Harrow comeback win

Spencer Day's brave substitution on the half-hour made all the difference as Farnborough fought back from a goal down to beat Harrow Borough 2-1

Onwards and upwards for Farnborough after a 'massive three points'

Bogdan Vastsuk's fine finish helped Farnborough to a nerve-jangling 1-0 victory over fellow strugglers Hendon - next up, it's another relegation six-pointer

Goal ace Cook rejects Farnborough to stay with 'Hartley Wintney family'

Ross Cook turned down an offer to quadruple his wages and play two levels higher, in order to lead Hartley Wintney to unprecedented success

Four goals in 10 minutes sees Farnborough's wretched away run continue

Leading 1-0 after 76 minutes, Farnborough looked like ending their year-long winless run away from home, only for East Thurrock to turn the tables and waltz to a 4-1 victory

Marcus Moody's return has given Farnborough a boost but he was powerless to prevent a wind-assisted defeat at VCD

'We lost the lottery', moans Farnborough boss Day

Winds in excess of 70mph ensured a classic game of two halves at VCD Athletic on Tuesday night - but it still couldn't bring an end to Farnborough's dismal away record as they crashed to a 2-1 defeat

Farnborough will need persuasive power to lure Hartley Wintney goal ace

Ross Cook has become a top transfer target for Farnborough after scoring over 20 goals already for high-flying Hartley Wintney this term

Farnborough's manager Spencer Day

Farnborough FC facing double relegation threat despite winning payment appeal

Boro now debt free, but fans dealt bad news that the club will be relegated at least one tier at the end of the season

Farnborough FC boss Day laments a 'financial disaster'

Farnborough crashed out of the FA Trophy after suffering a penalty shoot-out defeat to Bideford in Monday night's replay

Robins recall leaves Farnborough boss Day in Trophy turmoil

As of Tuesday night, Farnborough boss Spencer Day had only ten players available for Saturday's 400-mile round trip to Bideford in the FA Trophy

Farnborough's away day misery continues with defeat at Harrow

Farnborough are without a league away win for nearly a year, and after a 3-1 reverse at Harrow Borough on Tuesday night - it's easy to see why

It's Friends Reunited at Farnborough as Leigh Dynan returns to the dug-out

Spencer Day says his old mate Leigh Dynan was 'a bit hasty' in leaving Farnborough last month to pursue a manager's job

Williams gives Farnborough a timely boost ahead of vital game

Farnborough's 4-0 League Cup victory over Three Bridges will give them much-needed confidence for their must-win home clash with bottom club VCD Athletic

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