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    Re: FA Cup 2014-2015

    Post  mottinghammer on Sat 25 Oct 2014, 3:45 pm

    Kings Lynn Town (NPL) v FC Flyde (Top of Conference North) should be nearly a 1000 at the Walks today, will be a huge achievement for the Linnets to beat Fylde!
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    Re: FA Cup 2014-2015

    Post  daib0 on Sat 25 Oct 2014, 7:56 pm

    Here goes - full results today 25th October 2014:


    half-times in brackets -

    Aldershot 2 - 0 Torquay (1 - 0)    
     Alfreton 1 - 1 Lincoln (0 - 1)    
     Barwell 0 - 3 Altrincham  (0 - 1)    
     Basingstoke 1 - 1 Harrow Borough (1 - 0)    
     Canvey Island 0 - 0 Havant & W (0 - 0)    
     Chelmsford 0 - 0 Barnet (0 - 0)    
     Chorley 0 - 0 Halifax (0 - 0)    
      Dartford 3 - 1 Burgess Hill (3 - 1)    
     Dorchester 1 - 7 Bristol Rovers  (0 - 2)    
      East Thurrock 7 - 1 Bath City (2 - 1)    
     Eastbourne 0 - 0 Dover (0 - 0)    
     Evesham 1 - 2 Bromley  (1 - 1)    
      Gateshead 4 - 0 Gainsborough (1 - 0)    
    Gloucester 1 - 4 Forest Green  (1 - 2)    
      Grimsby 3 - 0 Guiseley (0 - 0)    
     Kidderminster 0 - 1 Eastleigh  (0 - 1)    
     Kings Lynn 3 - 4 Fylde      
     Leek 3 - 4 Blyth  (2 - 0)    
     Maidstone 2 - 1 Welling (1 - 0)    
     Norton Utd 1 - 1 Shildon (0 - 1)    
     Nuneaton 0 - 0 Hemel Hempstead (0 - 0)    
     Spennymoor 2 - 2 Telford (1 - 0)    
     St. Albans 0 - 1 Concord  (0 - 0)    
     Stockport 2 - 4 Chester  (0 - 2)    
     Tamworth 1 - 1 Southport (1 - 0)    
      Warrington 1 - 0 North Ferriby (0 - 0)    
    Weymouth 0 - 0 Braintree (0 - 0)    
     Willand 1 - 3 Gosport  (0 - 2)    
     Witham 1 - 2 Weston  (1 - 1)    
     Woking 2 - 1 Boreham Wood (0 - 0)



    SATURDAY ROUND-UP

    Warrington Town and Gosport Borough won their FA Cup fourth-qualifying round matches on Saturday to reach the first round for the first time.

    Warrington, in the eighth tier of English football, beat North Ferriby United 1-0, while Conference South side Gosport won 3-1 at Willand Rovers.

    Bristol Rovers, relegated from League Two to the Conference Premier last season, beat Dorchester Town 7-1.

    East Thurrock United, who play in the eighth tier of English football, secured a surprise 7-1 win at Conference South side Bath City, with Sam Higgins scoring a hat-trick.

    A club from the ninth tier, the lowest level of sides left in the FA Cup, is in the hat for Monday's draw, with Northern League Division One side Shildon drawing 1-1 at Norton United.

    Elsewhere, An impressive 2,226 spectators watched as Maidstone United edged Welling United 2-1 to progress, while former Football League sides Stockport County and Chester played out a thrilling encounter, with the latter winning 4-2.

    Famed giant killers Blyth Spartans, who reached the FA Cup fifth round in 1977-78, won 4-3 at Leek Town.

    Conference North side Chorley, managed by former Blackburn team-mates Garry Flitcroft and Matt Jansen, have kept alive their hopes of reaching the first round for the first time in 24 years by holding Conference Premier side Halifax Town to a goalless draw.

    In total 13 games on Saturday ended in a draw, with replays to be played on Tuesday and Wednesday 28 and 29 October.

    Finally, Macclesfield were held to a 1-1 draw by Wrexham on Friday while on Sunday, Worcester City host Greenwich Borough.





    Which team/s would you like to see do well?


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    Re: FA Cup 2014-2015

    Post  daib0 on Sat 25 Oct 2014, 8:01 pm

    The FA Cup returns to the BBC on Monday when the draw for the first round takes place at the National Football Centre at St George's Park in Burton.

    Mark Chapman hosts the draw from 19:00 GMT on BBC Two, BBC 5 live and online, in front of a live audience of 300.

    The ties will take place across the weekend of 7-10 November.

    The FA Cup first round will receive special treatment across BBC TV, radio and online, with one match to be shown live on BBC Two on Friday, 7 November.



    FA Cup first-round draw numbers

    1 - Accrington Stanley
    2 - AFC Wimbledon
    3 - Barnsley
    4 - Bradford
    5 - Bristol City
    6 - Burton Albion
    7 - Bury
    8 - Cambridge
    9 - Carlisle
    10 - Cheltenham
    11 - Chesterfield
    12 - Colchester
    13 - Coventry
    14 - Crawley
    15 - Crewe
    16 - Dagenham & Redbridge
    17 - Doncaster
    18 - Exeter
    19 - Fleetwood
    20 - Gillingham
    21 - Hartlepool
    22 - Leyton Orient
    23 - Luton
    24 - Mansfield
    25 - MK Dons
    26 - Morecambe
    27 - Newport
    28 - Northampton
    29 - Notts County
    30 - Oldham
    31 - Oxford
    32 - Peterborough
    33 - Plymouth
    34 - Port Vale
    35 - Portsmouth
    36 - Preston
    37 - Rochdale
    38 - Scunthorpe
    39 - Sheffield United
    40 - Shrewsbury
    41 - Southend
    42 - Stevenage
    43 - Swindon
    44 - Tranmere
    45 - Walsall
    46 - Wycombe
    47 - Yeovil
    48 - York City
    49 - Spennymoor Town or AFC Telford
    50 - AFC Fylde
    51 - Grimsby
    52 - Norton or Shildon
    53 - Warrington Town
    54 - Alfreton or Lincoln
    55 - Macclesfield or Wrexham
    56 - Chorley or Halifax
    57 - Altrincham
    58 - Leek or Blyth Spartans
    59 - Chester
    60 - Gateshead
    61 - Tamworth or Southport
    62 - Bristol Rovers
    63 - East Thurrock
    64 - Forest Green Rovers
    65 - Dartford
    66 - Maidstone
    67 - Gosport Borough
    68 - Weston-Super-Mare
    69 - Eastbourne Borough or Dover Athletic
    70 - Weymouth or Braintree
    71 - Worcester City or Greenwich Borough
    72 - Canvey Island or Havant & Waterlooville
    73 - Concord Rangers
    74 - Basingstoke or Harrow Borough
    75 - Aldershot
    76 - Eastleigh
    77 - Bromley
    78 - Chelmsford or Barnet
    79 - Nuneaton or Hemel Hempstead
    80 - Woking



    Ties to be played on 7, 8, 9, 10 November 2014

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    Re: FA Cup 2014-2015

    Post  Kray JR on Sat 25 Oct 2014, 8:02 pm

    Great day all round today.

    Had the hammers game on the radio whilst driving to St Albans for the FA Cup match.

    Fully deserved 1-0 win to make the first round proper for the first time in the clubs history.



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    Re: FA Cup 2014-2015

    Post  daib0 on Sat 25 Oct 2014, 8:04 pm

    FA Cup 2014-15 - key dates

    FA Cup first round draw: Monday, 27 October 2014

    FA Cup first round weekend: Friday, 7 November 2014 - Monday, 10 November 2014

    FA Cup third round draw: Monday, 8 December 2014

    FA Cup third round weekend: Friday, 2 January 2015 - Monday, 5 January 2015



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    Re: FA Cup 2014-2015

    Post  daib0 on Sat 25 Oct 2014, 8:05 pm

    Kray JR wrote:Great day all round today.

    Had the hammers game on the radio whilst driving to St Albans for the FA Cup match.

    Fully deserved 1-0 win to make the first round proper for the first time in the clubs history.

     


    Yep, I was looking out for that one thinking of you. Congrats, pleased it went well!
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    Post  daib0 on Sat 25 Oct 2014, 8:09 pm

    Replies, FA Cup - Qualifying - Fourth Round


    SUNDAY
    Worcester City  V Greenwich Borough


    TUESDAY
    Wrexham V Macclesfield



    In total 13 games on Saturday ended in a draw, with replays to be played on Tuesday and Wednesday 28 and 29 October.



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    Re: FA Cup 2014-2015

    Post  Kray JR on Sat 25 Oct 2014, 8:14 pm

    daib0 wrote:
    Kray JR wrote:Great day all round today.

    Had the hammers game on the radio whilst driving to St Albans for the FA Cup match.

    Fully deserved 1-0 win to make the first round proper for the first time in the clubs history.

     


    Yep, I was looking out for that one thinking of you. Congrats, pleased it went well!

    Cheers mate.
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    Re: FA Cup 2014-2015

    Post  mottinghammer on Sun 26 Oct 2014, 10:43 am

    Lynn lost 3-4 to FC Flyde who are top of the league above them, poor defending by the Linnets allowed Flyde to dominate the second half, although they managed to pull the game back to just one goal in the end. Cracking crowd of over 1400 which shows the potential at the Walks.

    I shall now be following Bromley in the FA cup, last time I went to see them was in 2005 when they played AFC Wimbledon in the Ryman league premier division, nine years later the Dons have been a league two side for a couple of years, shows what can be done with the right backing!
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    Re: FA Cup 2014-2015

    Post  Campo on Sun 26 Oct 2014, 11:23 am

    Poor show from the 'stoke yesterday , way off the pace 1-1 replay on tuesday evening
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    Post  daib0 on Sun 26 Oct 2014, 6:27 pm

    Result today: Worcester 2 - 1 Greenwich Borough
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    Re: FA Cup 2014-2015

    Post  Campo on Mon 27 Oct 2014, 7:21 pm

    Basingstoke or Harrow V Spennymoor or AFC Telford
    Mansfield town V Concord R
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    Re: FA Cup 2014-2015

    Post  daib0 on Mon 27 Oct 2014, 7:41 pm

    COMPLETE FIRST ROUND DRAW !





    Forest Green v Scunthorpe

    Blyth Spartans v Altrincham

    Canvey or Havant and Waterlooville v Preston

    Oldham v Leyton Orient

    Coventry v Worcester City

    Hartlepool v East Thurrock United

    Barnsley v Burton

    Plymouth v AFC Fylde

    Macclesfield or Wrexham v Woking

    Port Vale v MK Dons

    Eastbourne or Dover v Morecambe

    Northampton v Rochdale

    Cambridge Utd v Fleetwood

    Bury v Nuneaton or Hemel Hempstead

    Stevenage v Maidstone Utd

    Luton Town v Newport

    Southend v Chester FC

    Tranmere v Bristol Rovers

    Grimsby v Oxford Utd

    Crewe v Sheffield United

    Norton or Shildon v Gateshead

    Portsmouth v Aldershot

    Gillingham v Bristol City

    Chelmsford or Barnet v Wycombe

    Weymouth or Braintree v Chesterfield

    Bromley v Dartford

    Cheltenham v Swindon

    Peterborough v Carlisle

    Weston-super-Mare v Doncaster

    Dag & Red v Tamworth or Southport

    Basingstoke or Harrow v Spennymoor or AFC Telford

    Eastleigh v Alfreton or Lincoln City

    Warrington v Exeter City

    Chorley or FC Halifax v Bradford City

    Notts County v Accrington Stanley

    Walsall v Shrewsbury

    York City v AFC Wimbledon

    Yeovil v Crawley Town

    Gosport Borough v Colchester United

    Mansfield Town v Concord Rangers

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    Re: FA Cup 2014-2015

    Post  Kray JR on Mon 27 Oct 2014, 8:22 pm

    Just got back from the club. Went over to watch the draw with the team, superb draw for us fingers crossed for being one of the live matches now lol
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    Re: FA Cup 2014-2015

    Post  daib0 on Mon 27 Oct 2014, 9:41 pm

    The draw for the third round of the FA Cup will take place on Monday 8th December.

    Ties will take place on the weekend of Saturday 3rd January - but note many ties involving Premier League teams may not take place on Saturday 3rd January, but would most likely be on Sunday 4th January...


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    Re: FA Cup 2014-2015

    Post  Campo on Wed 29 Oct 2014, 8:06 am

    Well we got though
    1-1 after 90 mins but wore them down in extra time to win 4-1, made it much harder than it should have been
    didnt get home until the early hours, knackered

    at home now to Telford



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    Re: FA Cup 2014-2015

    Post  Kray JR on Wed 29 Oct 2014, 7:42 pm

    Well done dude.

    Apparently who the fupp are Concord Rangers was trending on twitter after the FA Cup draw was made Very Happy

    Strangely we beat St Albans to make the First Round against Mansfield who beat St Albans 8-1 in last years First Round What a Face

    We began our defence of the Essex Senior Trophy against a fairly strong Colchester side last night...3-1 down at one point only for two goals from ex-hammer Tony Stokes pulled us level and took the game to penalties which we won. Very Happy
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    Re: FA Cup 2014-2015

    Post  Campo on Thu 30 Oct 2014, 9:06 am

    our luck has to run out soon
    last 8 games
    won 7
    drawn 1
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    Post  daib0 on Thu 30 Oct 2014, 4:37 pm

    Warrington V Exeter on BBC 2 on Friday the 7th at 7.30pm


    BT Sport will also televise two first-round ties. The first from midday on Sunday, 9 November will be the Yorkshire derby between non-league FC Halifax and League One Bradford City.

    The second on Monday, 10 November at 20:00 GMT, sees Havant & Waterlooville of Conference South take on two-time FA Cup winners Preston North End, also of League One.
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    Post  daib0 on Fri 31 Oct 2014, 12:35 pm

    BBC Sport


    FA Cup: What you may have missed in the qualifying rounds


    Norton's 2-1 victory over Shildon in an FA Cup fourth-qualifying round replay on Wednesday has completed the line-up for the first round proper.

    More than 600 non-league sides have been knocked out since qualifying got under way in August, with just 32 left in the competition.

    From a team named after a country to a defender playing like Gordon Banks in goal, BBC Sport looks back at some tales from the qualifying rounds.


    Big names beaten already

    Former Football League clubs and past giant-killers are some of the sides to have already fallen by the wayside.

    Bristol Rovers and Torquay were the two teams relegated to the Conference Premier from League Two last season. Rovers were 7-1 winners at Dorchester Town in the fourth qualifying round but Torquay were beaten 2-0 by Aldershot.

    Stockport County, in the second tier of English football at the turn of the century but now playing in the Conference North, lost 4-2 to Chester City in the fourth qualifying round.

    One of the FA Cup's most famous non-league giant killers failed to make it through.

    In 1989, Sutton United beat Coventry City, then in the top tier of English football, 2-1. For 24 years, they held the record as the last non-league side to knock out a top division team - until Luton beat Norwich in 2013. Sutton exited at the third qualifying round stage.


    Remember them?

    Former England winger Trevor Sinclair retired from football after playing in the 2008 FA Cup final for Cardiff City and almost dusted off his football boots to play in the competition this season.

    The 41-year-old, who is assistant manager at Lancaster City, was on bench in the early qualifying rounds for the eighth-tier side, but could not prevent them from losing in the third qualifying round.

    Matt Jansen, who played for Blackburn in the Premier League, is currently assistant to ex-Rovers midfielder Garry Flitcroft at Chorley, who lost to Halifax in the fourth qualifying round.

    Meanwhile, former Birmingham, QPR and Blackburn striker DJ Campbell, who was playing Championship football a few months ago, is playing for free at Maidenhead United. He scored in this season's FA Cup but could not help his side reach the first round.


    From Dog and Duck to FA Cup

    A team named after a country who were playing Sunday League football just a few years ago enjoyed a dream debut in the competition.

    FC Romania, formed in 2006 and made up predominantly of Romanian immigrants, entered the competition at the extra preliminary round - the very start of the FA Cup - and overcame Haverhill Rovers, Heybridge Swifts and AFC Sudbury before losing 3-2 to Sutton in the second qualifying round.


    Copying Kane with mixed results

    A real moment of excitement for spectators is the prospect of seeing an outfield player going in goal but it is a prospect that likely terrifies most footballers - just ask Tottenham's Harry Kane.

    The result can either be unexpected heroics or tremendous embarrassment.

    In the second qualifying round, defender Jack Lampe went in goal for Concord Rangers, who have progressed all the way to the first round, and helped his side to a 2-0 win against Wealdstone, producing a performance he described as "like Gordon Banks".

    But a stint in goal for Alfreton midfielder Anthony Howell was one to forget.

    He let in five goals as his side lost 5-1 to Lincoln City in Tuesday's fourth qualifying round replay.


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    Post  daib0 on Fri 31 Oct 2014, 12:39 pm

    FA Cup qualifying in numbers

    ** The qualifying competition had six rounds and lasted for 76 days - 15 August to 29 October. It had 611 ties, one bye, two abandonments, 749 matches, 2,498 goals and 14 penalty shootouts.

    ** The highest score was Molesey 11-0 Haywards Heath Town in the extra preliminary round). Coleshill Town and Maidstone United both recorded 10-0 wins.

    ** Some 612 clubs have already been knocked out of the competition from an original entry of 736

    ** The highest scorers so far are Norton United (19), with Gosport Borough second on 17. Both clubs are in the first round.

    ** The highest attendance was 4,612 for Stockport County v Chester FC and the lowest 27 for London Tigers v FC Clacton.

    ** Karn Miller-Neave scored for Ebbsfleet United at the age of 16 years 183 days.



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    Post  daib0 on Fri 31 Oct 2014, 12:45 pm

    Norton United thrilled to reach first round for the first time

    Norton United manager Scott Dundas wants to "keep this fairytale going" after his non-league side reached the FA Cup first round for the first time. The Potteries-based Evo-Stik South club won Wednesday's fourth qualifying-round replay at Shildon 2-1 to book a home tie with Conference side Gateshead.

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    Exeter City boosted by live television match at Warrington

    Exeter City manager Paul Tisdale has said the financial boost of the club's televised match at Warrington in the first round of the FA Cup has come at just the right time. City will pocket £67,500 as a result of the game being shown live on BBC Two on Friday, 7 November, and they will also get an extra £18,000 should they win.
    "It's a very welcome boost to the coffers," Tisdale told BBC Sport. "We are particularly tight at the moment with our cash flow."
    City were placed under a transfer embargo this summer after being forced to go to the Professional Footballers' Association for a loan because the club's projected income did not match their actual takings.

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    Re: FA Cup 2014-2015

    Post  Campo on Fri 31 Oct 2014, 6:16 pm

    For a bit of a Meh! draw we are expecting around 2000
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    Re: FA Cup 2014-2015

    Post  daib0 on Fri 07 Nov 2014, 6:52 pm

    One for the memory - Leeds in the 70s heydays ...




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    Post  Campo on Fri 07 Nov 2014, 8:17 pm

    Warrington 1-0 Exeter  latest

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