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FA Cup 2022/23 Second Round Draw

Oldsmobile-88

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In RaWZ we trust....Amen.
A very strong Arsenal side Graham Eastham, Baker, Mclintock, Neill and Howe……anyone know the score ?
It says 1-4 on the front.
 

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A very strong Arsenal side Graham Eastham, Baker, Mclintock, Neill and Howe……anyone know the score ?

A strong Arsenal side Eastham,
As is marked on the front of the programme 1-4 ? :unsure:
 

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As is marked on the front of the programme 1-4 ? :unsure:
My recollection - which is likely to be defective - is that it was 0-5. Unfortunately for me the game clashed with (IIRC) a piano lesson.
 

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As is marked on the front of the programme 1-4 ? :unsure:
I thought that was the price of the programme 1 shilling and 4 old pennies
 

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Thanks Rosey. I knew I wasn't going mad :)
I remember going. The Old Grandstand was rocking that night. See Here for a mind jogging report. A few "names" in that Arsenal side that night. Pretty good youth team on our side as well with plenty going on to feature to the first team even if their potential wasn't ultimately realised.
 

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A very strong Arsenal side Graham Eastham, Baker, Mclintock, Neill and Howe……anyone know the score ?

A strong Arsenal side Eastham,
As @Spoonz Red E mentioned it was 4-1. Match report is here - https://grecianarchive.exeter.ac.uk/items/show/12440
 

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Is that a relative of Mike Mullarkey who was running the line ?
 
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I'm looking forward to it as a step to Round 3 and a trip to London, Manchester or Liverpool. (y)

Would probably be away to Walsall or Carlisle of course :(
Carlisle would be handy for this Grecian 😀
 

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Is that a relative of Mike Mullarkey who was running the line ?
It would be his father. He refereed a lot of our friendlies in the early 70s.
 

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I thought that was the price of the programme 1 shilling and 4 old pennies
Nah, only a good old fashioned 'tanner' ! :)
 
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