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Re: FA cup 1st round Chorley at home

Postby wayno cordiniho » Mon Oct 21, 2019 6:29 pm

Glad one of the smaller clubs got a bye and the money rather than an MK donkeys or Blunderland
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Re: FA cup 1st round Chorley at home

Postby I am Spartacus » Mon Oct 21, 2019 6:29 pm

Will the game be covered by Chorley FM? Will Brian Potter be running a bus from The Phoenix Club? Will Max and Paddy want to mix it up with the MSE?

Who knows, it’s a trippy world we live in!
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Re: FA cup 1st round draw

Postby Tippy Tappy Football » Mon Oct 21, 2019 6:29 pm

Ipswich Town v Lincoln City
Oxford City v Solihull Moors
Crawley Town v Scunthorpe United
Harrogate Town v Portsmouth (TV game?)
Colchester United v Coventry City
Sunderland v Gillingham
Dulwich Hamlet v Carlisle United (TV game?)
Bolton Wanderers v Plymouth Argyle
York City v Altrincham
Chesterfield/Wrexham v Rochdale
Maidstone United v Torquay United
Leyton Orient v Maldon & Tiptree (TV game?)
Chippenham Town v Northampton Town (TV game?)
Harringay Borough/Yeovil v Hartlepool United
Cambridge United v Exeter City
Whitby Town/Stourbridge v Welling United/Eastleigh
Salford City v Burton Albion (Guaranteed TV game)
Forest Green Rovers v Sutton United/Billericay Town
Bristol Rovers v Bromley
Ebbsfleet United/Woking v Notts County
Walsall v Darlington
Nantwich Town v AFC Fylde
AFC Wimbledon v Doncaster Rovers
Hayes & Yeading/Poole Town v Oxford United (TV game?)
Shrewsbury Town v Bradford City
Grimsby Town v Newport County
Gateshead v Oldham Athletic
Mansfield Town v Chorley (Sunday game?)
Dover Athletic v Southend United (TV game?)
Tranmere Rovers v Wycombe Wanderers
Carshalton Athletic v Boston United
Cheltenham Town v Swindon Town
Accrington Stanley v Crewe Alexandra
Potters Bar/Barnet v Fleetwood Town (TV game?)
Macclesfield Town v Kingstonian
Maidenhead United/Wealdstone v Rotherham United (TV game?)
Blackpool v Morecambe
MK Dons v Port Vale
Stevenage v Peterborough United

Bye: Chichester United (£36,000)
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Re: FA cup 1st round Chorley at home

Postby Stoney » Mon Oct 21, 2019 6:30 pm

I've heard their mascot is Jerry the berry
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Re: FA cup 1st round Chorley at home

Postby Richard Cranium » Mon Oct 21, 2019 6:30 pm

Bye bye Bury fc
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Re: FA cup 1st round Chorley at home

Postby I am Spartacus » Mon Oct 21, 2019 6:31 pm

Will the woman from the end credits of Phoenix nights be travelling? I have a lot of ping pong balls spare I can let her have.
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Re: FA cup 1st round Chorley at home

Postby part time pete » Mon Oct 21, 2019 6:31 pm

They have drawn their last four league games 0-0

Notts Co beat them 5-1 in August

Won 1 league game in 17 this season, but drawn ten, six of them 0-0
Can we play Accrington Stanley every week.
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Re: FA cup 1st round Chorley at home

Postby yellowstagsfan » Mon Oct 21, 2019 6:34 pm

Isn’t Chorley Carolyn’s hometown club ?
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Re: FA cup 1st round Chorley at home

Postby Stags 2002 » Mon Oct 21, 2019 6:37 pm

part time pete wrote:They have drawn their last four league games 0-0

Notts Co beat them 5-1 in August

Won 1 league game in 17 this season, but drawn ten, six of them 0-0


It's a cup game, form goes out the window.

They'll naturally up their game and if we don't turn up they'll turn us over.

It gives us a great opportunity to progress no doubt, but it's an opportunity not a guarantee. Hope we do progress though.
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Re: FA cup 1st round Chorley at home

Postby Tippy Tappy Football » Mon Oct 21, 2019 6:37 pm

Great draw but a massive banana skin for JD if we are still struggling in the league
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Re: FA cup 1st round Chorley at home

Postby Tippy Tappy Football » Mon Oct 21, 2019 6:38 pm

Wouldn't mind a replay. Never been to Chorley.
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Re: FA cup 1st round Chorley at home

Postby groundhoppingstag » Mon Oct 21, 2019 6:40 pm

Tippy Tappy Football wrote:Wouldn't mind a replay. Never been to Chorley.

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watched Sutton Town lose an FA Trophy replay there in the 1980's
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Re: FA cup 1st round Chorley at home

Postby Martin Shaw » Mon Oct 21, 2019 6:44 pm

yellowstagsfan wrote:Isn’t Chorley Carolyn’s hometown club ?

yes
"Four points clear as Lincoln are McCaffreyised", CHAD headline, April 1975
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Re: FA cup 1st round Chorley at home

Postby Stags 2002 » Mon Oct 21, 2019 6:47 pm

yellowstagsfan wrote:Isn’t Chorley Carolyn’s hometown club ?


I think so, if I remember rightly the winner of our game against Charlton played the winner of Chorley v Doncaster last year.

This therefore caused split loyalty in the Radford house as to which team they wanted to progress should we have won at the Valley.
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Re: FA cup 1st round Chorley at home

Postby Foresttownstag » Mon Oct 21, 2019 8:02 pm

Chichester have said they will make a donation. To Bury FC from the £36,000 they have gained tonight.

Brilliant.
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Re: FA cup 1st round Chorley at home

Postby NorthLondonStag » Mon Oct 21, 2019 8:12 pm

Foresttownstag wrote:Chichester have said they will make a donation. To Bury FC from the £36,000 they have gained tonight.

Brilliant.


The sentiment is great but if Bury FC are going to go into liquidation then that’s just going to provide a tiny amount to their creditors and/or their chairman. The cash might be better donated to any phoenix community club run by the fans, to get them off the ground.
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Re: FA cup 1st round Chorley at home

Postby Martin Shaw » Mon Oct 21, 2019 8:19 pm

"Four points clear as Lincoln are McCaffreyised", CHAD headline, April 1975
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Re: FA cup 1st round Chorley at home

Postby Johnny H » Mon Oct 21, 2019 8:20 pm

At least playing Chorley we should hopefully be able to have a Saturday 3pm ko.
Any tasty home draw we may have got would probably have resulted inn the game being switched to Sunday....
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Re: FA cup 1st round Chorley at home

Postby Foresttownstag » Mon Oct 21, 2019 8:36 pm

NorthLondonStag wrote:
Foresttownstag wrote:Chichester have said they will make a donation. To Bury FC from the £36,000 they have gained tonight.

Brilliant.


The sentiment is great but if Bury FC are going to go into liquidation then that’s just going to provide a tiny amount to their creditors and/or their chairman. The cash might be better donated to any phoenix community club run by the fans, to get them off the ground.


That’s what I mean sorry by Bury. It’s been donated to the supporters group
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Re: FA cup 1st round Chorley at home

Postby Spiritater » Mon Oct 21, 2019 8:56 pm

I love Chorley cakes hot with butter
Theirs not to reason why
Theirs but to do and die
Into the valley of Death
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Re: FA cup 1st round Chorley at home

Postby I am Spartacus » Mon Oct 21, 2019 8:56 pm

Foresttownstag wrote:
NorthLondonStag wrote:
Foresttownstag wrote:Chichester have said they will make a donation. To Bury FC from the £36,000 they have gained tonight.

Brilliant.


The sentiment is great but if Bury FC are going to go into liquidation then that’s just going to provide a tiny amount to their creditors and/or their chairman. The cash might be better donated to any phoenix community club run by the fans, to get them off the ground.


That’s what I mean sorry by Bury. It’s been donated to the supporters group


And what are they going to do with it? Bury FC were a farce, a financial embarrassment on the FA, EFL and Premier League with all three having sleepwalked into governance that is not fit for purpose. Worse still, god knows how many suckers were trying to help Bury FC 6 months after Dale bought the club and after these same Bury fans toasted success in the form of a promotion bought on the never-never ‘for the community’. The community didn’t get them in that mess, their MP neither got them into the mess nor saved them but milked the situation. The same Fans, MPs, talking heads and Nevilles of this world were played like a fiddle by Dale, just like we were with Haslam but we were lucky enough to survive.

Bury are, like I have said before, are dead, deceased, bought the farm, at St. Peter’s Gate etc and no amount of sentimentality is going to change the situation. The value of the their fans support and affection, don’t get me wrong i loved going to bury and had many a great day out there, means nothing when the Owner, whom the EFL can’t stop becoming an owner, only has his own financial greed in sight.

The Bury fans can’t change it, you and I can’t change it, the MPs can’t change it and sadly only the EFL can change it. But when and how change will come whilst football finances are a complete basket case is a question that does not have an answer in the foreseeable future.
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Re: FA cup 1st round Chorley at home

Postby Rob » Mon Oct 21, 2019 9:43 pm

I am Spartacus wrote:
Foresttownstag wrote:
NorthLondonStag wrote:
Foresttownstag wrote:Chichester have said they will make a donation. To Bury FC from the £36,000 they have gained tonight.

Brilliant.


The sentiment is great but if Bury FC are going to go into liquidation then that’s just going to provide a tiny amount to their creditors and/or their chairman. The cash might be better donated to any phoenix community club run by the fans, to get them off the ground.


That’s what I mean sorry by Bury. It’s been donated to the supporters group


And what are they going to do with it? Bury FC were a farce, a financial embarrassment on the FA, EFL and Premier League with all three having sleepwalked into governance that is not fit for purpose. Worse still, god knows how many suckers were trying to help Bury FC 6 months after Dale bought the club and after these same Bury fans toasted success in the form of a promotion bought on the never-never ‘for the community’. The community didn’t get them in that mess, their MP neither got them into the mess nor saved them but milked the situation. The same Fans, MPs, talking heads and Nevilles of this world were played like a fiddle by Dale, just like we were with Haslam but we were lucky enough to survive.

Bury are, like I have said before, are dead, deceased, bought the farm, at St. Peter’s Gate etc and no amount of sentimentality is going to change the situation. The value of the their fans support and affection, don’t get me wrong i loved going to bury and had many a great day out there, means nothing when the Owner, whom the EFL can’t stop becoming an owner, only has his own financial greed in sight.

The Bury fans can’t change it, you and I can’t change it, the MPs can’t change it and sadly only the EFL can change it. But when and how change will come whilst football finances are a complete basket case is a question that does not have an answer in the foreseeable future.


I know what you are saying, but surely you have empathy with those fans who just wanted to watch football, who have supported their local club through thin and thin, like us? Yes they enjoyed promotion and of course hoped that the financial situation would sort itself out. I feel for the genuine fans of Bury and I know they will be back. I might remind you that we are living well above our means thanks to our fantastic owner, we are paying players we cannot afford. If he walks tomorrow, we'll be shaking those buckets soon enough.

Anyone who lived through the whole of Haslam's reign knows what it means to be the supporter of a club who has, at its helm, an individual only interested in making as much money as he can. So have a bit of compassion for our fellow lower league fans, we've never going to win the Premier League, we're never going to the Chumps League, but we support our own club and that means more than some turd from London who loves Man City cos he's seen them 8 times on Sky this season.
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Re: FA cup 1st round Chorley at home

Postby snipe » Mon Oct 21, 2019 9:55 pm

groundhoppingstag wrote:
Tippy Tappy Football wrote:Wouldn't mind a replay. Never been to Chorley.

Victory Park
watched Sutton Town lose an FA Trophy replay there in the 1980's

I went to the 1st game at lowmoor road. Drew 1-1.
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Re: FA cup 1st round Chorley at home

Postby Rob » Mon Oct 21, 2019 9:58 pm

snipe wrote:
groundhoppingstag wrote:
Tippy Tappy Football wrote:Wouldn't mind a replay. Never been to Chorley.

Victory Park
watched Sutton Town lose an FA Trophy replay there in the 1980's

I went to the 1st game at lowmoor road. Drew 1-1.


I saw Leeds United play at Lowmoor Road many, many years ago. Leeds won 4-0 I think, I think that was probably in the 80's too.
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Re: FA cup 1st round Chorley at home

Postby snipe » Mon Oct 21, 2019 10:03 pm

Rob wrote:
snipe wrote:
groundhoppingstag wrote:
Tippy Tappy Football wrote:Wouldn't mind a replay. Never been to Chorley.

Victory Park
watched Sutton Town lose an FA Trophy replay there in the 1980's

I went to the 1st game at lowmoor road. Drew 1-1.


I saw Leeds United play at Lowmoor Road many, many years ago. Leeds won 4-0 I think, I think that was probably in the 80's too.

I think they played leeds for the 1st game with the floodlights
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