2013–14 Stevenage F.C. season

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Stevenage
2013–14 season
Chairman Phil Wallace
Manager Graham Westley
League One 24th
FA Cup Fourth Round
League Cup Second Round
Top goalscorer League: François Zoko (10)
All: François Zoko (16)
Highest home attendance 6,913 (v Everton, FA Cup, 25 January 2014)
Lowest home attendance 1,970 (v Crewe Alexandra, League One, 25 February 2014)

The 2013–14 season will be Stevenage F.C.'s fourth season in the Football League, where the club will be competing in League One. This article shows statistics of the club's players in the season, and also lists all matches that the club will play in the season. Their 18th place finish during the 2012–13 campaign means it will be Stevenage's third season of playing in League One, having only spent three years as a Football League club.

Squad details[edit]

Last updated on 3 August 2013.[1]

Players information[edit]

No.
Name
Nationality
Position
Date of Birth (Age)
Signed From
Notes
Goalkeepers
1 Steve Arnold England GK (1989-08-22) 22 August 1989 (age 24) Wycombe Wanderers
[2]
16 Chris Day England GK (1975-07-28) 28 July 1975 (age 39) Millwall
[3]
Defenders
3 Lee Hills England LB (1990-04-03) 3 April 1990 (age 24) Crystal Palace [4]
4 Ben Chorley England CB (1982-09-30) 30 September 1982 (age 31) Leyton Orient [5]
5 Jon Ashton England CB (1982-10-04) 4 October 1982 (age 31) Grays Athletic
[6]
6 Luke Jones England CB (1987-04-10) 10 April 1987 (age 27) Mansfield Town [7]
9 Darius Charles England LB (1987-12-10) 10 December 1987 (age 26) Ebbsfleet United
[8]
22 David Gray Scotland RB (1988-05-04) 4 May 1988 (age 26) Preston North End [9]
29 Peter Hartley England CB (1988-04-03) 3 April 1988 (age 26) Hartlepool United [10]
Midfielders
2 Sam Wedgbury England CM (1989-02-26) 26 February 1989 (age 25) Macclesfield Town [11]
7 Filipe Morais Portugal RM (1985-11-21) 21 November 1985 (age 28) Oldham Athletic [12]
8 James Dunne England CM (1989-09-18) 18 September 1989 (age 24) Exeter City [2]
13 Dean Parrett England CM (1991-11-16) 16 November 1991 (age 22) Tottenham Hotspur [13]
14 Simon Heslop England CM (1987-05-01) 1 May 1987 (age 27) Oxford United [11]
15 Luke Freeman England LM (1992-03-22) 22 March 1992 (age 22) Arsenal [14]
17 Greg Tansey England CM (1988-11-21) 21 November 1988 (age 25) Inverness Caledonian Thistle [15]
20 Jimmy Smith England RM (1987-01-07) 7 January 1987 (age 27) Leyton Orient [16]
32 Robin Shroot Northern Ireland RM (1988-03-26) 26 March 1988 (age 26) Birmingham City [17]
Forwards
10 Jordan Burrow England FW (1992-09-12) 12 September 1992 (age 21) Morecambe [18]
11 Lucas Akins England FW (1989-02-25) 25 February 1989 (age 25) Tranmere Rovers
[19]
12 François Zoko Ivory Coast FW (1983-09-13) 13 September 1983 (age 30) Notts County
[20]
21 Oumare Tounkara France FW (1990-05-25) 25 May 1990 (age 24) Bristol Rovers [7]
34 Roarie Deacon England FW (1991-10-12) 12 October 1991 (age 22) Sunderland
[21]

Management[edit]

Match results[edit]

Legend[edit]

Win Draw Loss

Pre-season[edit]

In June 2013, Stevenage announced that their pre-season campaign would consist of five friendlies to prepare for the 2013–14 season.[23][24] Two days later, on 20 June, slight amendments were made to the list, with the club facing Championship side Watford at Broadhall Way on 20 July, instead of a trip to Chelmsford City as originally scheduled.[25] One further fixture was added in early July, with a Manchester United XI visiting Broadhall Way on 26 July.[26] Ahead of the pre-season campaign, the team travelled to La Manga in Spain to take part in a four-day training camp.[27]

The club opened the pre-season schedule with a behind-closed-doors friendly against newly promoted League Two side Mansfield Town, winning 5–2 courtesy of goals from Filipe Morais, Dani López, Robin Shroot and a brace from Roarie Deacon.[28] Two days later, Stevenage travelled to another newly promoted team, this time Biggleswade Town of the Southern League Premier Division. The game ended 6–0 in Stevenage's favour, with strikers Oumare Tounkara and Dani López both scoring two apiece, and midfielders Luke Freeman and Matt Ball also netting.[29] The club's first home fixture of pre-season took place on 16 July, entertaining a Queens Park Rangers XI at Broadhall Way. Stevenage won the match 2–0 courtesy of first-half goals from Greg Tansey and Luke Freeman.[30] Back-to-back home defeats to Championship opposition followed. Stevenage's first defeat of pre-season came courtesy of a 2–0 loss to Watford,[31] before a Luke Varney hat-trick gave Leeds United a 3–0 win at Broadhall Way three days later.[32] Three days after the defeat to Leeds, on 26 July, Stevenage entertained a Manchester United XI, with the game ending 2–2 – both of Stevenage's goals coming from Darius Charles after the hosts had trailed by two goals.[33] A day later, the club's pre-season schedule concluded with a 5–0 win at Hitchin Town, with goals coming from Roarie Deacon, Robin Shroot and a Dani López hat-trick.[34]

Game Date Opponent Venue Result Attendance Goalscorers Notes
1
11 July 2013
Mansfield Town
Neutral
5–2
Morais, Deacon (2), López, Shroot
[28]
2
13 July 2013
Biggleswade Town
Away
6–0
550
Freeman, Tounkara (2), López (2), Ball
[29]
3
16 July 2013
Queens Park Rangers XI
Home
2–0
936
Tansey, Freeman
[30]
4
20 July 2013
Watford
Home
0–2
[31]
5
23 July 2013
Leeds United
Home
0–3
2,751
[32]
6
26 July 2013
Manchester United XI
Home
2–2
1,691
Charles (2)
[33]
7
27 July 2013
Hitchin Town
Away
5–0
330
López (3), Deacon, Shroot
[34]

League One[edit]

The 2013–14 League One fixtures were released on 19 June 2013, with Stevenage opening their league campaign at home to Oldham Athletic on 3 August 2013.[35] This meant it was the fifth straight season that Stevenage had opened their campaign with a home fixture.[35] The game ended 4–3 in Oldham's favour, with six of the seven goals coming in the second-half. Stevenage's Darius Charles gave the home side the lead just before half-time, firing in from close range after Luke Jones' header had rebounded back off the post. The visitors then scored three unanswered times after the interval. The first came courtesy of a James Tarkowski volley from Jose Baxter's inswinging free-kick. Baxter then gave Oldham the lead from the penalty spot, before Cristian Montaño ran the length of the pitch to double their advantage. Stevenage fought back with two goals in seven minutes; new signing Oumare Tounkara squared the ball for Greg Tansey to finish from six yards out, and then Filipe Morais levelled after beating the offside trap following Tansey's floated free-kick. With just three minutes remaining, Baxter scored his second goal from the penalty spot after Charles was adjudged to have handled the ball when blocking Charlie MacDonald's shot, with the goal ensuring the three points went the way of the visitors.[36] A second league defeat followed a week later, with the club losing 1–0 to Swindon Town at the County Ground, courtesy of Massimo Luongo's 25-yard first-half strike.[37] A week later, Stevenage fell to their third consecutive league defeat, a 1–0 home defeat to Leyton Orient, with a Kevin Lisbie header settling the match in the first-half.[38] Following three successive league defeats by a one-goal margin, Stevenage secured their first league win of the season on 24 August, winning 1–0 away at Notts County. The only goal of the game came in injury-time, with James Dunne firing home following good work from Robin Shroot down the left wing.[39] A 1–1 home draw against Bradford City was Stevenage's last game in August. Greg Tansey gave Stevenage the lead from the penalty spot mid-way through the first-half. Bradford equalised three minutes after the interval through Kyel Reid's curling free kick.[40]

Stevenage made it three unbeaten when they drew 0–0 away at Tranmere Rovers on 7 September.[41] The run came to an end the following week when the club fell to a 3–0 defeat to Preston North End at Deepdale. In what was Graham Westley's first return to the club that sacked him seven months earlier, Preston took the lead in first-half injury-time through Paul Huntington's header. Former Stevenage player, Scott Laird, then doubled the home side's advantage, before he provided the third goal late-on when he crossed the ball to Kevin Davies, who was on hand to slide the ball home from an acute angle.[42] Stevenage then lost 3–1 at home to Carlisle United on 21 September. The away side took a one-goal lead into the break courtesy of a close range Lee Miller strike, before Stevenage responded through a Greg Tansey penalty after Luke Freeman had been fouled in the area. Carlisle retook the lead with just ten minutes remaining when Matty Robson fired home a left-footed shot, before David Amoo secured the win five minutes later following a late counterattack. Another heavy loss followed a week later, this time a 4–1 away defeat at the hands of Milton Keynes Dons. MK Dons were three goals to the good after just 23 minutes, before a Darren Potter own goal reduced the deficit just before the interval. There was to be no second-half comeback, and MK Dons restored their three-goal cushion with a Shaun Williams penalty on the hour mark. This meant that Stevenage had now conceded ten goals in their last three games.

October began with a fourth straight league defeat, a 1–0 home loss to Coventry City. The only goal of the game came after half-an-hour, with Leon Clarke latching onto Robin Shroot's misguided backpass to make no mistake from inside the area. Stevenage secured their first home league victory of the season in their following match, on 12 October, with a 2–1 win over Brentford. After trailing early-on from a close range Clayton Donaldson goal, Stevenage responded through two quickfire François Zoko goals. The first of which came when Zoko, making his league debut for the club, pounced on goalkeeper David Button's error to level, before the same man turned in the rebound after Jordan Burrow's initial shot had been saved.[43] A week later, Stevenage narrowly lost away at Walsall, losing 2–1. François Zoko scored Stevenage's goal, a late consolation strike after Walsall had earned a commanding lead courtesy of goals either side of the half-time interval.[44] Just three days later, on 22 October, Stevenage earned a convincing 3–0 away victory over Crewe Alexandra. All three goals came in the opening 20 minutes of the match. Filipe Morais opened the scoring when he latched onto François Zoko's knock down to finish calmly. Just two minutes later, Stevenage had doubled their advantage, this time through Luke Freeman's driven effort from a tight angle. Morais then scored his second of the match when he collected the ball outside the area and curled a shot past Steve Phillips in the Crewe goal.[45] Stevenage secured back-to-back league wins for the first time in the season when they defeated Crawley Town 2–0 at Broadhall Way on 26 October. A powerful header from defender Peter Hartley gave the home side the lead after just eight minutes, before Michael Doughty doubled their advantage in injury-time with a left-footed shot that crept into the corner of the goal.[46]

Game Date Opponent Venue Result Attendance Goalscorers Notes
1
3 August 2013
Oldham Athletic
Home
3–4
3,009
Charles, Tansey, Morais
[47]
2
10 August 2013
Swindon Town
Away
0–1
7,133
[48]
3
17 August 2013
Leyton Orient
Home
0–1
3,262
[49]
4
24 August 2013
Notts County
Away
1–0
3,925
Dunne
[50]
5
31 August 2013
Bradford City
Home
1–1
3,242
Tansey (pen)
[51]
6
7 September 2013
Tranmere Rovers
Away
0–0
4,156
[52]
7
14 September 2013
Preston North End
Away
0–3
8,855
[53]
8
21 September 2013
Carlisle United
Home
1–3
2,526
Tansey (pen)
[54]
9
28 September 2013
Milton Keynes Dons
Away
1–4
7,770
Potter (o.g)
[55]
10
5 October 2013
Coventry City
Home
0–1
3,325
[56]
11
12 October 2013
Brentford
Home
2–1
3,225
Zoko (2)
[57]
12
19 October 2013
Walsall
Away
1–2
3,720
Zoko
[58]
13
22 October 2013
Crewe Alexandra
Away
3–0
3,682
Morais (2), Freeman
[59]
14
26 October 2013
Crawley Town
Home
2–0
2,804
Hartley, Doughty
[46]
15
2 November 2013
Wolverhampton Wanderers
Away
0–2
17,700
[60]
16
16 November 2013
Rotherham United
Home
0–3
2,814
[61]
17
23 November 2013
Peterborough United
Away
1–0
5,707
Akins
[62]
18
26 November 2013
Gillingham
Away
2–3
4,591
Heslop, Zoko
[63]
19
30 November 2013
Shrewsbury Town
Home
1–3
2,675
Zoko
[64]
20
14 December 2013
Port Vale
Away
2–2
4,967
Burrow (2)
[65]
21
21 December 2013
Sheffield United
Home
0–0
3,003
[66]
22
26 December 2013
Colchester United
Away
0–4
3,919
[67]
23
29 December 2013
Bristol City
Away
1–4
12,038
Zoko
[68]
24
11 January 2014
Oldham Athletic
Away
0–1
3,460
[69]
25
14 January 2014
Swindon Town
Home
2–0
2,167
Akins, Morais (pen)
[70]
26
18 January 2014
Notts County
Home
0–1
2,877
[71]
27
4 February 2014
Gillingham
Home
3–1
2,399
Zoko (pen), Charles (2)
[72]
28
15 February 2014
Rotherham United
Away
1–2
7,393
Zoko
[73]
29
18 February 2014
Leyton Orient
Away
0–2
4,171
[74]
30
22 February 2014
Peterborough United
Home
0–1
4,262
[75]
31
25 February 2014
Crewe Alexandra
Home
1–0
1,970
Zoko
[76]
32
1 March 2014
Bradford City
Away
3–2
13,033
Zoko, Freeman (2)
[77]
33
4 March 2014
Crawley Town
Away
1–1
2,936
Dembélé
[78]
34
8 March 2014
Tranmere Rovers
Home
3–1
2,577
Smith, Charles, Mousinho
[79]
35
11 March 2014
Preston North End
Home
1–1
2,448
Smith
[80]
36
15 March 2014
Carlisle United
Away
0–0
3,672
[81]

League table[edit]

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Promotion or relegation
20 Notts County 46 15 5 26 64 77 −13 50
21 Tranmere Rovers (R) 46 12 11 23 52 79 −27 47 Relegation to the 2014–15 Football League Two
22 Carlisle United (R) 46 11 12 23 43 76 −33 45
23 Shrewsbury Town (R) 46 9 15 22 44 65 −21 42
24 Stevenage (R) 46 11 9 26 46 72 −26 42

Updated to games played on 3 May 2014.
Source: BBC Sport
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
Coventry City deducted 10 points for exiting administration without a CVA
(C) = Champion; (R) = Relegated; (P) = Promoted; (E) = Eliminated; (O) = Play-off winner; (A) = Advances to a further round.

League Cup[edit]

First Round fixtures for the competition were released on 17 June 2013, with Stevenage being drawn at home to Championship opposition in the form of Ipswich Town.[82] The match, played on 6 August, ended 2–0 in Stevenage's favour, the club's first competitive victory of the season. Both goals came in the second-half, the first coming from the penalty spot after Oumare Tounkara had been fouled in the area; with the resultant spot-kick being converting by Filipe Morais. Debutant Jordan Burrow doubled Stevenage's lead, sliding in from close range following good work from Robin Shroot and Simon Heslop down the right hand side.[83] The victory meant Stevenage had progressed to the Second Round of the competition for only the second time in their history. Two days later, on 8 August, the draw for the next round was made, with the club being dealt their first ever away tie in the League Cup, facing Premier League side Everton at Goodison Park.[84]

The club's tie against Everton took place on 28 August, narrowly falling to a 2–1 defeat after extra-time. Stevenage took the lead ten minutes before half-time when Luke Freeman was on hand to score from close range after the Everton defence had failed to clear Oumare Tounkara's cross. The Premier League outfit equalised in first-half injury-time when Gerard Deulofeu jinked his way into the box before calmly stroking the ball into the bottom corner of the goal. Both teams had chances to win the tie in normal time, but it was ultimately Marouane Fellaini who won it for Everton in extra-time, capitalising on a defensive mistake to score from six yards out.[85]

Game Date Opponent Venue Result Attendance Goalscorers Notes
1
6 August 2013
Ipswich Town
Home
2–0
Morais (pen), Burrow
[83]
2
28 August 2013
Everton
Away
1–2 (a.e.t)
22,730
Freeman
[85]

FA Cup[edit]

Main article: 2013–14 FA Cup
Game Date Opponent Venue Result Attendance Goalscorers Notes
1
9 November 2013
Portsmouth
Home
2–1
2,829
Zoko (2)
[86]
2
7 December 2013
Stourbridge
Home
4–0
2,160
Zoko, Akins, Freeman, Morais (pen)
[87]
3
4 January 2014
Doncaster Rovers
Away
3–2
3,899
Zoko, Hartley, Charles
[88]
4
25 January 2014
Everton
Home
0–4
6,913
[89]

Football League Trophy[edit]

Stevenage were awarded a bye to the Second Round of the Football League Trophy.[90] This is because the competition is split into Northern and Southern sections, with eight clubs in each section bypassing the First Round draw.[90] The Second Round draw was made on 7 September 2013, with the club being drawn at home against fellow League One side Milton Keynes Dons.[91] The match was played just over a month after the draw was made, on 8 October, with Stevenage securing a 2–1 victory courtesy of a second-half comeback. Milton Keynes had taken the lead midway through the first-half when Shaun Williams converted from the penalty spot. A debut goal from striker François Zoko restored parity in the match shortly after the interval, with the Ivorian poking in Michael Doughty's initial effort. Stevenage then turned the match on its head when Zoko's cross was handled in the area, with Filipe Morais scoring the subsequent spot-kick.[92]

Game Date Opponent Venue Result Attendance Goalscorers Notes
2
8 October 2013
Milton Keynes Dons
Home
2–1
1,456
Zoko, Morais (pen)
[92]
QFS
12 November 2013
Leyton Orient
Home
3–2
1,532
Zoko, Akins, Morais (pen)
[93]
SFS
6 November 2013
Swindon Town
Away
1–1 (p)
3,804
Zoko
[94]

Season statistics[edit]

Last updated on 22 October 2013.[95]

Starts and goals[edit]

No. Nat Pos Player Total League One FA Cup League Cup FL Trophy
Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
1
England GK Steve Arnold 4 0 2+1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
2
England MF Sam Wedgbury 19 0 5+8 0 0+2 0 1 0 0+3 0
5
England DF Jon Ashton 46 0 38 0 4 0 2 0 2 0
6
England DF Luke Jones 29 0 18+4 0 4 0 0+1 0 2 0
7
Portugal MF Filipe Morais 33 8 18+7 4 4 1 1 1 3 2
8
England MF James Dunne 14 1 6+7 1 0 0 1 0 0 0
9
England DF Darius Charles 25 5 16+5 4 1+1 1 2 0 0 0
10
England FW Jordan Burrow 21 3 8+10 2 0+1 0 1 1 0+1 0
11
England FW Lucas Akins 32 5 22+4 3 3 1 0 0 2+1 1
12
Ivory Coast FW François Zoko 37 16 30 10 4 4 0 0 3 2
13
England MF Dean Parrett 16 1 8+4 1 1+2 0 0 0 1 0
14
England MF Simon Heslop 31 1 20+3 1 3 0 1+1 0 3 0
15
England MF Luke Freeman 48 5 39 3 4 1 2 1 3 0
16
England GK Chris Day 46 0 38 0 4 0 1 0 3 0
18
Northern Ireland MF Matt Ball 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
19
Canada FW Marcus Haber 5 0 1+2 0 1 0 0+1 0 0 0
20
England MF Jimmy Smith 43 2 34+2 2 3 0 1 0 3 0
21
France FW Oumare Tounkara 17 0 6+9 0 0 0 1+1 0 0 0
22
Scotland DF David Gray 12 0 9+2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
23
Spain FW Dani López 4 0 1+3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
24
Wales MF Michael Doughty 38 1 25+6 1 3 0 1 0 3 0
25
England DF George Allen 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
25
Portugal MF Bruno Andrade 19 0 3+10 0 1+3 0 0 0 0+2 0
28
England MF Joseph N'Guessan 1 0 0+1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
29
England DF Peter Hartley 34 3 25+2 2 3 1 1 0 3 0
30
Cyprus DF Anthony Furlonge 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
32
Northern Ireland MF Robin Shroot 12 0 6+4 0 0 0 1+1 0 0 0
34
England FW Roarie Deacon 25 0 11+10 0 0+2 0 1 0 1 0
  Curtis Obeng 10 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
  Anderson Banvo 1 0 0+1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
  Bira Dembele 10 1 10 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Players who left the club before the end of the season
3
England DF Lee Hills 5 0 3+1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
4
England DF Ben Chorley 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
13
Republic of Ireland FW Don Cowan 2 0 0+1 0 0 0 0 0 0+1 0
17
England MF Greg Tansey 18 3 11+4 3 0+1 0 1+1 0 0 0

Transfers[edit]

In[edit]

Pos Player From Fee Date Notes
MF
Simon Heslop
Oxford United
Free Transfer
21 May 2013
[11]
DF
Luke Jones
Mansfield Town
Free Transfer
21 May 2013
[7]
FW
Oumare Tounkara
Bristol Rovers
Free Transfer
21 May 2013
[7]
MF
Sam Wedgbury
Macclesfield Town
Free Transfer
21 May 2013
[11]
FW
Jordan Burrow
Morecambe
Free Transfer
31 May 2013
[18]
MF
Jimmy Smith
Leyton Orient
Free Transfer
10 June 2013
[16]
DF
Peter Hartley
Hartlepool United
Undisclosed
7 August 2013
[96]
FW
Don Cowan
Southend United
Free Transfer
28 September 2013
[97]
FW
François Zoko
Notts County
Free Transfer
4 October 2013
[20]
MF
Dean Parrett
Tottenham Hotspur
Free Transfer
17 October 2013
[13]

Out[edit]

Pos Player To Fee Date Notes
FW
Patrick Agyemang
Portsmouth
Released
20 May 2013
[98][99]
DF
Miguel Comminges
Released
20 May 2013
[99]
DF
Andy Iro
Released
20 May 2013
[99]
DF
Bondz N'Gala
Portsmouth
Released
20 May 2013
[99]
DF
Mark Roberts
Fleetwood Town
Free Transfer
3 July 2013
[100]
MF
Anthony Grant
Crewe Alexandra
Free Transfer
15 July 2013
[101]

Loans in[edit]

Pos Player From Date End date Notes
MF
Michael Doughty
Queens Park Rangers
16 August 2013
[102]
MF
Bruno Andrade
Queens Park Rangers
4 October 2013
[20]

Loans out[edit]

Pos Player To Date End date Notes
FW
Michael Thalassitis
Ebbsfleet United
2 July 2013
[103]
MF
Matt Ball
Boreham Wood
16 August 2013
[102]
DF
Anthony Furlonge
Hayes & Yeading United
16 August 2013
[102]
FW
Marcus Haber
Notts County
13 September 2013
[104]
FW
Dani López
Barnet
10 October 2013
[105]

See also[edit]

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