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Stevenage Player Kurtis Guthrie

Kurtis Guthrie

Forward


Kurtis Guthrie
Date Of Birth:

21/04/1993

Place Of Birth:

Jersey


Previous Club(s):

Colchester United
Forest Green Rovers
Welling United
Bath City
Southport (loan)
Accrington Stanley
Trinity
St Clement


Apps: 13 (7) - Goals: 6

Debut: Crawley Town (A, 3-1), 11/08/2018

Here's hoping Kurtis Guthrie isn't unlucky number 13 for Boro'; the striker being the 13th summer signing made by boss Dino Maamria in 2018. The addition of Guthrie ahead of the 2018-9 League Two campaign certainly didn't leave us short of firepower; the player coming in with plenty of experience to boot.

For Maamria, the player was brought in as "an out-and-out number nine; very strong, mobile and he has always scored goals". And who could turn down such a proposition. Goals, after all, do win games. It's not as snappy a title as Pets Win Prizes, but it's a lot more relevant and that's what we're here to be.

Guthrie came in on a free transfer, having left Colchester United but not short of offers. His time with the Us was affected by injuries, albeit not to the point of being ravaged. That said, his move to us was seen as a chance for him to get back on track and continue to show what he is all about. And that would be goalscoring.

Prior to his time in Essex, Kurtis Guthrie had banged 'em in for Forest Green Rovers and Welling United. Before that, he'd been at Bath too; the Romans' providing a welcome next port of call after his spell at Accrington. While with Stanley, he'd been to Southport on loan. All that pretty much wraps up his senior career up to the point of coming to Boro'.

As a native of Jersey, Guthrie follows in the footsteps of, well, Peter Vincenti. Needless to say, the two players were in stark contrast to each other; style, build and career path. But the striker had the potential to equal, if not better, the impact Vincenti had at the Lamex. It is something only the benefit of hindsight will let us know.

Kurtis Guthrie data for 2018-9
Select a season:
  

 

Saturday 11 August
 
AFL2Crawley Town3-1  
  

 

Tuesday 14 August
 
ACC1Norwich City1-3   
  

 

Saturday 18 August
 
HFL2Morecambe1-0  
  

 

Tuesday 21 August
 
AFL2Forest Green Rovers0-0  
  

 

Saturday 25 August
 
AFL2Yeovil Town0-2  
  

 

Tuesday 28 August
 
HCTSwansea City5-0    
  

 

Saturday 01 September
 
HFL2Cambridge United0-1  
  

 

Saturday 08 September
 
HFL2Macclesfield Town1-0  
  

 

Saturday 22 September
 
HFL2Grimsby Town1-0  
  

 

Saturday 29 September
 
AFL2Carlisle United1-0  
  

 

Tuesday 02 October
 
AFL2Exeter City0-1  
  

 

Saturday 06 October
 
HFL2Colchester United3-1   
  

 

Saturday 20 October
 
HFL2Crewe Alexandra0-1  
  

 

Tuesday 23 October
 
HFL2Port Vale0-0  
  

 

Saturday 27 October
 
AFL2Cheltenham Town2-0  
  

 

Saturday 03 November
 
HFL2Oldham Athletic3-2  
  

 

Tuesday 06 November
 
ACTAFC Wimbledon0-4  
  

 

Saturday 10 November
 
AFAC1Plymouth Argyle0-1  
  

 

Saturday 17 November
 
AFL2Bury0-4  
  

 

Saturday 15 December
 
AFL2Northampton Town1-1  
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