After an exciting 3-2 victory over Arnold Town in the FA Cup extra Preliminary round
yesterday, Bardon Hill Sports FC FA Cup reward is an away trip to Coalville Town who themselves won
an exciting encounter, 3-2 against Barrow Town.
If you're an extremely quick reader, that is... The shock of the round (although looking at the
form perhaps not so much...) was Swansea's 2-0 at holders Portsmouth, abruptly ending the
Premiership side's defence of the trophy. There were no other 'shocks' per se - but replays were
well earnt by Burnley at West Brom, by [.
The Toffees crash out to their lower league near neighbours
The dreaded 'r' word of rotation will be weighing heavily on the minds of supporters of one half of
Merseyside today. However this time its the blue half of Merseyside cringing as David Moyes
attempts at a rotation policy brought about a crushing FA Cup result.
Carlos Tevez scored twice at Craven Cottage to demolish Fulham 4-0 in the FA Cup quarter
final.Wonder kid Rooney and Ji-sung Park ended Fulham's hopes by adding one goal a piece to give an
easy victory to Manchester UNited.What really impressed me was the way Tevez partnered with Rooney
upfront. He rarely gets a chance to come in the starting eleven, but in all his starts in the cups
With many of the senior players missing through injuries, Sir Alex had a big challenge when he
entertained Tottenham at The Theatre of Dreams. But he kept his promise and we saw youngsters like
Fabio and Welbeck in the starting eleven.The match started on a worst possible way for United as
Roman Pavlyuchenko's early opener stunned everyone.
I grew up during a period of near total domination for Liverpool Football Club but one thing I
shall always remember is a notebook my Dad had stored away in which he had kept a record of all the
FA Cup results for several seasons in the early 1950s. Poring through this, I recall my shock at
reading the score line, â€˜Gateshead 1-0 Liverpool' - to such an extent that I suspected my father
had been engaging in some earlier fantasy game â€“ a homespun forerunner of Football Manager.