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CaptainKT

Newbie
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Jun 13, 2011
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Brilliant job boys...................roll on Man U at Roots Hall next round!:Worthy:
 

fredheim_holm

Where art thou Tes
Joined
Mar 3, 2006
Messages
8,135
Location
London
Quality result that, really is. I said before the game that a loss here wouldn't be the end of the world as Chesterfield are a top side at this level and that a win would be a marker point that we could really do something this season. The 10 man bundle on Hurst for the third says it all.

The amazing thing is that we've got Leonard and Eastwood to come back in. Hope Kiernan is ok though.
 

Prawn

Where's The Fooball!⭐
Joined
Sep 6, 2009
Messages
1,499
Location
Perth, Australia
Quality result that, really is. I said before the game that a loss here wouldn't be the end of the world as Chesterfield are a top side at this level and that a win would be a marker point that we could really do something this season. The 10 man bundle on Hurst for the third says it all.

The amazing thing is that we've got Leonard and Eastwood to come back in. Hope Kiernan is ok though.

I think the 10 man bundle on Hurst was to stop him jumping into the crowd!
 

kentblues

Director⭐
Joined
Oct 28, 2009
Messages
5,687
A joy to watch today
433 not negative when both Straker & Hurst are proving to have real goal quality
Strakers goal at the far end was a back post header such that I thought it was Corr
Hurst's finish set by Straker that a proven goal scorer
3 in no way flattered us

UTB
 

FarmdogSUFC

The Custard Splat - Southend United Fan Podcast
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Location
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The team are at Chesterfield station, Bentley wants Man City in the next round.
That's so he can replace Joe Hart next year. The lowest ranked team left in the competition at home please. Failing that Arsenal or West Ham away.
 

Up the Shrimpers

Life President
Joined
Oct 30, 2003
Messages
7,947
That's so he can replace Joe Hart next year. The lowest ranked team left in the competition at home please. Failing that Arsenal or West Ham away.

At the moment the lowest ranked team is Macclesfield Town it could be Tamworth if they beat Bristol City tomorrow.
 
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I would be happy with Macclesfield at home (or even away - fond memories of McCormack winner years ago) and then someone like Arse_nal at home (or away). Mind you I haven't been to that new Man City ground yet .........
 

shrimperjon

President
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Dec 13, 2007
Messages
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Got to say that full credit must go to PB. I will admit that I like many was dubious what he could bring to the club as Manager. To date, how wrong I was. Not only do we play some excellent football, we score plenty of goals and look very solid at the back. As many have said, the team spirit is the best we have seen for years and as a small squad the togetherness is key. If, and it's a big if we can continue in this vain then surely we will be playing in league 1 next season. As for the cup, a big team away would be great, firstly the players and fans deserve the day out and more importantly the revenue really would be priceless at the moment. Well done to all those attached to the club.
 

Zeuss

Manager
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May 22, 2012
Messages
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I watched Manure losing again at Old Trafford this lunch-time and playing there would be the best draw,to extend our 100% record in front of 70,000 I won't call them fans cos most of them aren't but I think we'd be entitled to at least 7 or 8,000 tickets.
 

davewebbsbrain

Webby⭐
Joined
Aug 17, 2005
Messages
22,117
Location
Eastwood
Got to say that full credit must go to PB. I will admit that I like many was dubious what he could bring to the club as Manager. To date, how wrong I was. Not only do we play some excellent football, we score plenty of goals and look very solid at the back. As many have said, the team spirit is the best we have seen for years and as a small squad the togetherness is key. If, and it's a big if we can continue in this vain then surely we will be playing in league 1 next season. As for the cup, a big team away would be great, firstly the players and fans deserve the day out and more importantly the revenue really would be priceless at the moment. Well done to all those attached to the club.

I have to echo these sentiments. Was very dubious of 'look at me' Brown but he has installed something Sturrock couldn't, a closeness, a togetherness. It's paying dividends at the moment
 

chapperzUK

Guest
I watched Manure losing again at Old Trafford this lunch-time and playing there would be the best draw,to extend our 100% record in front of 70,000 I won't call them fans cos most of them aren't but I think we'd be entitled to at least 7 or 8,000 tickets.

Bit harsh. It's the ones who sit on their sofa who have never been to Manchester who I wouldn't consider fans, not those that go to as many games as possible.
 

Razam

Coach
Joined
Jun 19, 2009
Messages
730
The draw will be broadcast live on ITV1 at 4:10pm on Sunday 8th December and the Shrimpers have been allocated ball number 52.



Third Round ties will be played on the weekend of 4th/5th January 2014.


DRAW NUMBERS: FA CUP 3RD ROUND 2014
1 AFC BOURNEMOUTH
2 ARSENAL FC
3 ASTON VILLA FC
4 BARNSLEY FC
5 BIRMINGHAM CITY FC
6 BLACKBURN ROVERS FC
7 BLACKPOOL FC
8 BOLTON WANDERERS FC
9 BRIGHTON & HOVE ALBION FC
10 BURNLEY FC
11 CARDIFF CITY FC
12 CHARLTON ATHLETIC FC
13 CHELSEA FC
14 CRYSTAL PALACE FC
15 DERBY COUNTY FC
16 DONCASTER ROVERS FC
17 EVERTON FC
18 FULHAM FC
19 HUDDERSFIELD TOWN FC
20 HULL CITY FC
21 IPSWICH TOWN FC
22 LEEDS UNITED AFC
23 LEICESTER CITY FC
24 LIVERPOOL FC
25 MANCHESTER CITY FC
26 MANCHESTER UNITED FC
27 MIDDLESBROUGH FC
28 MILLWALL FC
29 NEWCASTLE UNITED FC
30 NORWICH CITY FC
31 NOTTINGHAM FOREST FC
32 QUEENS PARK RANGERS FC
33 READING FC
34 SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY FC
35 SOUTHAMPTON FC
36 STOKE CITY FC
37 SUNDERLAND AFC
38 SWANSEA CITY FC
39 TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR FC
40 WATFORD FC
41 WEST BROMWICH ALBION FC
42 WEST HAM UNITED FC
43 WIGAN ATHLETIC FC
44 YEOVIL TOWN FC
45 CAMBRIDGE UNITED OR SHEFFIELD UNITED
46 PRESTON NORTH END
47 PORT VALE
48 BRISTOL ROVERS OR CRAWLEY TOWN
49 MILTON KEYNES DONS
50 CARLISLE UNITED
51 MACCLESFIELD TOWN
52 SOUTHEND UNITED
53 OLDHAM ATHLETIC OR MANSFIELD TOWN
54 ROCHDALE
55 PETERBOROUGH UNITED
56 HARTLEPOOL UNITED OR COVENTRY CITY
57 KIDDERMINSTER HARRIERS
58 PLYMOUTH ARGYLE
59 WREXHAM OR OXFORD UNITED
60 FLEETWOOD TOWN OR BURTON ALBION
61 GRIMSBY TOWN
62 LEYTON ORIENT
63 TAMWORTH OR BRISTOL CITY
64 STEVENAGE
 
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