There’s a lot of work to do for the new boss
New Boss Julian Dicks first day at the office
Roller coaster of a game that sees the Blues go 7 games without a win
Another disappointing result for the Blues
Blues fair well in tough match against Mansfield
Is this the end For Gary Phillips
Stalwart defender Jamie Stuart signs for Rushden
Grays have now signed player number 7 this summer
Serge Makofa joins from MK Dons
Grays Athletic have signed ex AFC Wimbledon Left Back, Michael Haswell,
Grays sign Jerson Dos Santos from Sutton
Gillingham friendly cancelled
Popular Stuart Thurgood leaves the Blues
Grays home form keep them in the Premier with a 1-0 victory against Crawley.
Another miserable away defeat means it comes down to the last two games as Grays still fight the drop.
No fun by seaside as Gray dragged back into relegation dogfight.
Blue Square Premier April 1st, 2009 GRAYS ATHLETIC did well to carve out another vital point in a tense goal-less draw at the New Rec. The result saw Grays drop into the relegation zone with just six games to go. However, they are now just two points behind Weymouth, three ahead of Woking. The game […]
ONE of the unsung heroes in this borough is Brian Johnson. The tragedy of the death of his ‘Pink Princess’ daughter, Katie has already been well documented but Brian has continued to show his commitment to his family and his football team. The Grays Tigers U-9’s have won their league with two games to spare. […]
Blue Square Premier, March 28th A 4-0 HUMILIATION at the Pirelli Stadium by Burton Albion saw Grays still stuck in the relegation mire with seven games to go. The result leaves things as they were: three points behind Weymouth and still above Woking and Ebbsfleet. Home Form Teams find it very difficult to adapt to […]
GRAYS ATHLETIC dug very very deep to unearth a hard earned 2-1 victory against Mansfield Town. Before the game, Mansfield staff were clearly incensed by what they understood as the Grays Chairman’s decision to not allow former Blues Aaron O’Connor into the ground. The first half was one of the poorest displays this season but […]
THIS is a difficult one to write. So let’s take it in themes… The Narrative: Grays had a poor game. Oxford were gifted their first two goals in the 8th minute when Kevin Sandwith pounced on a Tony Dinning error three yards out following a free kick just outside the area. In the 28th minute, […]
GRAYS fought long and hard to earn this point in a stout and manful display at Kettering last night (Tuesday). The statistics may show that Grays dropped down a place in the league but the positive spin is: – Ebbsfleet appear in the relegation zone for the first time; – Grays picked up a point […]
GRAYS ATHLETIC delivered. They delivered the three points; they delivered two wonderful goals; and they delivered their promise to get the kids into the ground which created a wonderful atmosphere. The only downside is the question of whether this is manager Gary Phillips’ last game or not? We will come to that. Grays played what […]
GRAYS ATHLETIC boosted their survival chances with a well-earned point against promotion chasing Torquay at Plainmoor last night (Tuesday). The draw now sees them only three points behind Weymouth, two points ahead of Woking. Lewes are now relegated and Gray have also risen out of the relegation zone. With back to back 4-1 defeats many […]