History Books: Blues vs Sky Blues18 October 2018
Let's open the archives and dive into the deep history between Southend and Coventry...
History Books: Gills vs Blues12 October 2018
Let's open the archives and look at the long history between Gillingham and Southend...
History Books: Chairboys vs Blues28 September 2018
Let’s open the archives and look at the history between Wycombe and Southend...
Blues vs The Cod Army - Previous Encounters19 September 2018
This weekends game will be only the 11th meeting between Southend United and Fleetwood Town, with this in mind we venture into the short history between the two sides and look back at the previous...
Southend Managers From Yesteryear – Ronnie Whelan12 July 2018
Ronnie Whelan had a glittering playing career which saw him win numerous domestic and European honours as part of the famous Liverpool side of the 1980’s.
Southend Managers From Yesteryear - Barry Fry27 June 2018
Barry Fry only spent eight months at Southend United but his impact at Roots Hall, along with his acrimonious departure, left an indelible mark on the club.
Southend Managers From Yesteryear - Ted Birnie20 June 2018
Edward Lawson Birnie, better known to the world as ‘Ted,’ was and still is Southend United’s longest-serving manager having been Blues boss for 12 years, spanning over 500 games.
Southend Managers From Yesteryear – Dave Smith13 June 2018
Dave Smith managed Blues for just over seven years between 1976 and 1983 and left the club with one of the best win percentages of any Southend United boss.
Southend Managers From Yesteryear - Peter Taylor6 June 2018
Born and bred in Essex, Peter Taylor became Southend United manager in 1993 following the departure of Barry Fry to Birmingham City.
Southend Managers From Yesteryear – Bobby Moore30 May 2018
When you mention the name Bobby Moore you’d be forgiven for remembering him as one of, if not the, greatest player to ever play for West Ham United and England’s World Cup winning captain.
Southend Managers From Yesteryear - Paul Sturrock22 May 2018
Paul Sturrock will be well known, not only to Blues fans, but to fans of Plymouth Argyle having managed both clubs during a managerial career spanning over three decades.