Richard Hawley

FA Cup
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Author:  helenwatson [ Mon Jan 09, 2012 1:06 pm ]
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Wot, no chat on the Sheffields? The Wednesdays, the Uniteds, the Rovers? What's going on with you footy types? Are you still alive? Are you mumbling to yourselves at some cold, windy bus-stop somewhere, people pulling their kids away from you, no-one sitting either side of you on the foldy plastic seats? I mean, fuck, what gives, Daddios?

Author:  RP [ Mon Jan 09, 2012 1:46 pm ]
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Silence is golden! :*:

Author:  Little Dickie [ Mon Jan 09, 2012 6:31 pm ]
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Bad news when you get beat by a team of gimps. :evil:

Can't comment on the Sheffields or the Wednesdays.

Donny got beat by a non league team again.

Author:  helenwatson [ Tue Jan 10, 2012 10:07 am ]
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Some people pay good money to be beaten by gimps!

My boys went to the game at White Hart Lane where the powers that be reduced ticket prices to £20 for adults and a fiver for kids. It's the first game that we've been to for ages that didn't leave us a bit skint. The place was packed with kids and it made for a really nice atmosphere. Shame the robbing bastards don't do it more often. x

Author:  exapno mapcase [ Tue Jan 10, 2012 10:17 am ]
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I was at Sunderland v Man City on New Year's Day and it cost £1 for my 10 year old, was magic and a stark contrast to the cost of QPR and Tottenham down here which were too expensive for us all to go to.

Author:  ic1960 [ Mon Jan 16, 2012 1:41 am ]
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Well if there is such a thread I will at least say that the Owls win over West Ham was a belter of a game and O'Grady's winner was superb. I know Richard was there and will no doubt have njoyed it as much as me and my kids!!

Author:  Egg [ Mon Nov 05, 2012 9:37 am ]
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Quick mention for Harrogate Town. Fantastic result at Torquay and now at home in Round 2 against
Hastings. Hope they win and then get a Premiership Club. ..>

It's what the FA Cup is all about! :Hoorah

The Millers had a good win and now have Notts County at home in R2. :Hoorah

Author:  efsb [ Mon Nov 05, 2012 4:30 pm ]
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Top tie in round two is, of course the visit of the mighty Port Vale to Bramall Lane - our manager, Micky Adams, was a boyhood Blades fan and managed them - some would say mis-managed them - before returning to us. It has to be on telly, surely.....

Author:  Coolfrog [ Wed May 06, 2015 9:27 pm ]
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May the Arsenal mesmerise us with top grade football on this one (Arsy knows...)
Bring on the villains !

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