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FA CUP YORK CITY

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38 minutes ago, Royston Vasey said:

Now just Liverpool and the Minstermen the last 2 remaining unbeaten clubs in the top 6 divisions of English footie.

Napoli 2-0 Liverpool

Only the one club in all competitions.

 

Really tough game next Saturday though, away to 2nd place Chester.

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3 hours ago, Born To Walk said:

Certainly winnable, but not easy. 

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I was close I said they would draw a team starting with the letter A

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You wait years for a televised FA Cup tie, then three come along at once.

 

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9 minutes ago, AMIW said:

will you get out of bed and go and see this one in person???

To be decided. The game has been switched to 12:45 on Sunday.

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2 minutes ago, Born To Walk said:

To be decided. The game has been switched to 12:45 on Sunday.

does that coincide with 'nap time'?

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We were poor last week. This has been coming.

Hopefully it will deliver a wake up call before the next league game.

 

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The new Community Stadium has been repeatedly delayed and is way behind schedule. Only apt that the naming rights should be acquired by LNER!

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Fa cup 2nd round this weekend, York city not involved... draw for 3rd round on Monday when all the big clubs and Man U join in

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Newcastle United find out who we will get knocked out of the third round today, the draw is 7pm

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Draw in full

Leicester City v Wigan Athletic

QPR v Swansea City

Fulham v Aston Villa

Chelsea v Nottingham Forest

Wolves v Manchester United

Charlton Athletic v West Brom

Rochdale or Boston United v Newcastle United

Cardiff City v Forest Green Rovers or Carlisle United

Oxford United v Exeter City or Hartlepool United

Sheffield United v AFC Fylde

Southampton v Huddersfield Town

Liverpool v Everton

Bristol City v Shrewsbury Town

Bournemouth v Luton Town

Brighton v Sheffield Wednesday

Bristol Rovers or Plymouth Argyle v Coventry City or Ipswich Town

Eastleigh or Crewe Alexandra v Barnsley

Manchester City v Port Vale

Middlesbrough v Tottenham

Reading v Blackpool

Watford v Tranmere Rovers

Preston v Norwich City

Millwall v Newport County

Crystal Palace v Derby County

Solihull Moors or Rotherham United v Hull City

Brentford v Stoke City

Fleetwood Town v Portsmouth

Arsenal v Leeds United

Gillingham v West Ham United

Burton Albion v Northampton Town

Burnley v Peterborough United

Birmingham City v Blackburn Rovers

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Even if Newcastle United get knocked out by either Rochdale or Boston United we have got further in the FA Cup than sunland :D

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9 hours ago, newcastle roy said:

I still love the FA CUP

 

So do the reserve players at every club.;)

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7 hours ago, dr winston oboogie said:

So do the reserve players at every club.;)

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2 hours ago, newcastle roy said:

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From now on to be renamed and known as the fa reserve cuppie.

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