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    Re: FA Cup 2018/19

    Salford City at home. Almost bound to be on TV, decent fee.

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    Re: FA Cup 2018/19

    Warrington v mk Dons please

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grecian2K View Post
    Not too sure there Hants? Back in the day (when, like now, we were League and they were distinctly NL didn't Dagenham and Redbridge once give us a jolly rogering on live TV (much to the amusement of the Cornish at the time)?
    I vaguely remember watching this in a pub. Just looked it up. 2001 2nd round. Drew 0-0 at SJP. Went to D&R and lost 3-0

    It would have been on Setanta Sports (which I never had) hence trip to the pub to watch it.
    Last edited by Stelios; 08 October 2018 at 12:54.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stelios View Post
    I vaguely remember watching this in a pub. Just looked it up. 2001 2nd round. Drew 0-0 at SJP. Went to D&R and lost 3-0

    It would have been on Setanta Sports (which I never had) hence trip to the pub to watch it.
    Not sure about the Setanta actually. Probably just Sky Sports (which I never had either)

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    Cleethorpes Town are having a good go at it this season. In the previous round they were beating Bamber Bridge (who play at a higher level) 3-1 at home with 10 minutes left but conceded 2 in the last 10 minutes. They then proceded to beat them 5-0 on their own pitch in the replay.

    On Saturday they played Guiseley of The National League North and were losing 2-0 with 5 minutes left but managed to score 2 late goals to force a replay tomorrow. Away at Guiseley maybe a step too far for them BUT if they were to win they have a great chance of reaching the First Round Proper for the first time ever as they've drawn Stourbridge at home.

    Would be a great acheivement for them to reach the FA Cup 1st Round and you never know, they could even draw us!
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    Re: FA Cup 2018/19

    Quote Originally Posted by Stelios View Post
    Not sure about the Setanta actually. Probably just Sky Sports (which I never had either)
    Indeed both were on Sky. My best mate had Sky Sports at the time so I watched the home match at his place. Was in the crowd for the replay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by les.gtfc View Post
    as they've drawn Stourbridge at home.
    Sorry Les. No offence like, but I just want to save Stourbridge for the Cornish.....AGAIN (That image of Porky and his pet piglets on TV, gurning like they'd just been sucking Nastily Cornish's sour knickers , will always be an abiding, happy memory of the FAC for me)

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    Re: FA Cup 2018/19

    Away to winner of "9 Dunston UTS VS Gateshead" - A City team on Tyneside is well overdue.

    (note: Dunston is part of Gateshead)

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    I think Blyth Spartans v York has an interesting look to it - and I'd quite fancy a trip to either. Miss going to York, not necessarily for the football or the ground but ambience of the whole weekend!

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    Ah, that's the (Blyth) spirit Dr D....although I'd probably be too much of a coward to go there this close to Xmas.

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