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Some proper minnows through to the Fa trophy quarter finals.  Halesowen, Concord,  Royston and Aveley . 

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20 hours ago, isaidno said:

Some proper minnows through to the Fa trophy quarter finals.  Halesowen, Concord,  Royston and Aveley . 

Royston are in our league. They remind me a lot of Stoke under Pulis or Atletico under Simeone. Incredibly well organised team that are really hard to play against. Their defensive players are fantastic. They're always a danger from set pieces and on the counter attack. Given what they've already done, I wouldn't even be shocked if they made it to Wembley

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20 hours ago, isaidno said:

Some proper minnows through to the Fa trophy quarter finals.  Halesowen, Concord,  Royston and Aveley . 

Aveley and Halesowen are the lowest but I know the latter are well supported and Aveley have a lovely smart modern ground 

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On 09/02/2020 at 14:41, leicesterisme said:

Billy Kee has just signed for Coalville, huge signing that! 

 

https://www.pitchero.com/clubs/coalvilletown/news/billy-kee-signs-for-town-2510966.html

 

Billy Kee Signs For Town

It is a huge signing. He's in the squad for tomorrow night's game against Needham Market.

 

He could be the difference for Coalville in these last 15 games.

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7 hours ago, filbertway said:

Royston are in our league. They remind me a lot of Stoke under Pulis or Atletico under Simeone. Incredibly well organised team that are really hard to play against. Their defensive players are fantastic. They're always a danger from set pieces and on the counter attack. Given what they've already done, I wouldn't even be shocked if they made it to Wembley

They've also got genuine pace and trickery out wide. They're a very good side.

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1 hour ago, isaidno said:

Aveley have Notts County away. Great draw for them. 

Had to look them up.

 

Not sure I can recall us playing a team from that far down in the ranks. 

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13 hours ago, SemperEadem said:

Guiseley is tidy set up. Saw them lose to AFC Telford this weekend.

They’ve had more downs than ups lately but things are finally starting to level out. They’re my local side and not a badly run team at all.

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13 hours ago, Gary Eatfood said:

They've also got genuine pace and trickery out wide. They're a very good side.

Aye. Coalville generally play a 3 4 1 2 and they absolutely murdered us on the wings when they broke. Really hope they can get to Wembley, have a lot of respect for them.

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Certainly had hoped for better than a point at home vs Woking. Seems teams often end droughts against us. They hadn't picked up any away points since November, until today. Missed penalty call didn't help either.

 

Next 3 matches are away.

 

 

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42 minutes ago, spacemunky said:

Disorganized, disjointed, disappointed.

Not the best run of form atm.

 

Great result for Spireites, given Ebbsfeet are a relegation candidates as well.

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Another weekend of awful weather and more games postponed and still the backwards thinking associations don't believe in 3G pitches.

 

Yeah, why not have a pitch that's playable in worse weather when you can pile matches up at the end of the season?

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5 hours ago, Corky said:

Another weekend of awful weather and more games postponed and still the backwards thinking associations don't believe in 3G pitches.

 

Yeah, why not have a pitch that's playable in worse weather when you can pile matches up at the end of the season?

It’s allowed in the Conference. 
 

Anyway step 4 Halesowen beat Barnet in the Trophy today, that’s the third Conference team they’ve beat. Now into the semi finals. 

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On 29/02/2020 at 20:04, Cardiff_Fox said:

It’s allowed in the Conference. 
 

 

But not higher up. Sutton would've been denied promotion to the Football League and then demoted further if they'd not replaced their pitch with a grass one. Hardly an incentive to purchase.

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No Leicester game until Monday so if you're looking for a football fix this weekend, get yourselves down to Owen Street. Another important game in the quest for a play-off berth. (weather permitting).

 

 

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On 29/02/2020 at 20:04, Cardiff_Fox said:

It’s allowed in the Conference. 
 

Anyway step 4 Halesowen beat Barnet in the Trophy today, that’s the third Conference team they’ve beat. Now into the semi finals. 

Halesowen vs Concord or Royston in the semi.  One of those teams going to Wembley. 

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Was going to watch Atherstone Town play Cossett in the Fa Vase quarter finals on saturday, for what would have been there biggest game in a long time. Never been Atherstone's ground dispite only being like 6 miles away. Sadly the game fell to weather which is a shame as they would have got an huge crowd if they played this on a saturday compared to a midweek game. Went to watch WBA v Wigan instead.

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