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Post by janinfrance on 13/11/2017, 15:01

Evostik vs Bostik, who will come unstuck?

Seriously, has everybody given up on this forum?

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Post by sparrows left peg on 13/11/2017, 15:43

Looks that way, I asked the same question ages ago. A lot are on FB now, me included but doesn't mean you can't be involved in both. On the draw, no complaints about that, could have been a lot, lot worse like the same team away. Our home form and their league status will make us favourites but it's the cup so take nothing for granted. They had a good win at Barwell in the last round and they are in our league.

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Post by DollyTillIDie on 14/11/2017, 07:00

Shit fun fact. In 8 years supporting this club I've never previously seen us reach this stage of the FA Trophy.

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Post by alasher on 14/11/2017, 13:30

That is a very poor fact
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Post by SC GenSec on 14/11/2017, 21:08


Nevertheless, Steve, it happens to be true . . . . . . . . .

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Post by LFC-LCFC on 14/11/2017, 22:11

We never usually win a single game of this competition, now suddenly we're going on this super run?

Another £5k for the winners. This FA Trophy run, combined with the not-too-shabby FA Cup run, should mean this is our largest ever prize money from FA competitions in the club's recent history.

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Post by sparrows left peg on 15/11/2017, 06:58

Happy Days.....do you think we could squeeze another striker from it...or brink a certain one back ? {and I don't mean Leon Gierke}

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Post by alasher on 15/11/2017, 09:38

SC GenSec wrote:
Nevertheless, Steve, it happens to be true . . . . . . . . .

I wasn't disputing the accuracy of the fact, simply bemoaning what it meant
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Post by distantmusic on 15/11/2017, 18:34

If I read the League structure correctly Mildenhall are 17th in what is effectively a Southern version of our Evo-stik Division 1 North - this is very do-able
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Post by Doctor Jimmy Yesterday at 14:26

According to the Mildenhall manager, the game against us is the biggest in their history. We've hit the big time guys. It also seems that they have a mounting injury list.

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