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So VAR So Good: Kelechi Iheanacho Scores First Video Assisted Goal In English Football As Leicester Beat Fleetwood 2-0 (Photos & Video)

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Kelechi Iheanacho secured his place in footballing history (and pub quizzes for ever more) after scoring the first-ever goal in English football decided by VAR.

The historic moment came during Leicester's third round FA Cup replay at home to League One side Fleetwood.

Football Fan Receives Belated Plaudits After Correctly Predicting Jamie Vardy’s Meteoric Rise Back In 2012

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Given that he was plugging away in the non-leagues with Fleetwood at the time, you'd be hardpressed to find many folks who foresaw Jamie Vardy's incredible ascent to the top of thePremier League goalscorers chart four years ago.

However, one fan had the gumption to stick their neck out and earmark Vardy for big things in January of 2012by issuinga pre-emptive Tweet that has since been receiving a shed load of belated attention for obvious reasons.

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Leicester escape with FA Cup draw against lower-league Fleetwood

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London (AFP) – Former Premier League champions Leicester City came within a whisker of suffering an FA Cup shock on Saturday but clung on to draw 0-0 at lower-league Fleetwood Town while Middlesbrough eliminated Sunderland.

The big news before kick-off was that Leicester’s star striker Jamie Vardy was denied an emotional return to his former club due to a groin injury while Riyad Mahrez was also missing from the teamsheet.

Leicester escape with FA Cup draw against lower-league Fleetwood

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London (AFP) – Former Premier League champions Leicester City came within a whisker of suffering an FA Cup shock on Saturday but clung on to draw 0-0 at lower-league Fleetwood Town while Middlesbrough eliminated Sunderland.

The big news before kick-off was that Leicester’s star striker Jamie Vardy was denied an emotional return to his former club due to a groin injury while Riyad Mahrez was also missing from the teamsheet.

Joey Barton to train with Fleetwood Town prior to being shipped out by QPR

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I was reading the online version of my hometown newspaper yesterday when I noticed a breaking news article referring to QPR bad boy Joey Barton possibly training over the next few months with League Two newcomers Fleetwood Town. I found it strange that they would want to embark on such a publicity roller-coaster but having read about Fleetwood owner Andy Pilley's tremendous ambitions for his club, it really should come as no surprise to any of us.

Joey Barton to train with Fleetwood Town prior to being shipped out by QPR

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I was reading the online version of my hometown newspaper yesterday when I noticed a breaking news article referring to QPR bad boy Joey Barton possibly training over the next few months with League Two newcomers Fleetwood Town. I found it strange that they would want to embark on such a publicity roller-coaster but having read about Fleetwood owner Andy Pilley's tremendous ambitions for his club, it really should come as no surprise to any of us.

Top Versus Bottom In The Blue Square Premier

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Two matches in the Blue Square Premier brought together four clubs from directly opposite ends of the football spectrum yesterday and, while the results of those matches were hardly unexpected, it was difficult not to feel at the end of this week that these were not as important as the fact that the matches had taken place in the first place.

It’s Yeovil’s Turn To Be Giant-Killed In The FA Cup – Well, Almost

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How times have changed. So many times in the past the FA Cup giant-killers, Yeovil Town, now stalwart members of League One were knocked out themselves this evening, at home in an FA Cup Second Round replay, by a non-league club. The Glovers had been comfortable in the first match against Blue Square Premier promotion chasers Fleetwood Town with a two goal lead, but two late Fleetwood goals earned a replay at Huish Park and this evening the non-league club finished off the job with a two goal win that hands them arguably the tie of their dreams at the start of January.

Non-League Videos of the Week: 28/08/11

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With the leagues in full swing there have been goals galore this week, up near the top of the pyramid Fleetwood were beat by York City in the week, finally conceding their first goals of the season.

They didn't quite last as long as Gloucester City, who managed a further ten minutes before Eastwood Town's Jason Bradley becomes the first player to score against them this season

That said, AFC Totton lasted longer than both they didn't concede a goal until yesterday afternoon when they lost 2-1 to Leamington.

The Twohundredpercent Play-Off Jamboree: Wimbledon 6-1 Fleetwood Town (8-1 Agg)

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"Not in the wider interests of football". We mentioned this astonishing statement, made on the subject of a new club starting in SW19 at the time that Wimbledon FC was being franchised to Milton Keynes, during our report of the first leg of this evening's Blue Square Premier Play-Off between AFC Wimbledon and Fleetwood Town, but it is a statement that cannot and should not be repeated enough when mentioning tonight's home team.

The Twohundredpercent Play-Off Jamboree: Fleetwood Town 0-2 AFC Wimbledon

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The history of football in Fleetwood, Lancashire, is one of boom and bust. The town's original club, Fleetwood FC, renamed itself Fleetwood Town and were founder members of the Northern Premier League in 1968, before folding in 1976. A new club sprang up the following year, reached the final of the FA Vase in 1985 and won back its place in the Premier Division of the Northern Premier League three years later.

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Twas ploughish, and the slimy dons
Did wyre and wimble in the blarn:
All milty were the braggados,
And the melts raths garn.
"Beware the Jabberwomble, my son!
The jaws that bite, the claws that catch!
Beware the Franchise phoenix, and shun
The fluidous Snatcherblatch!

Magno Vieira Misses a Sitter, but then Makes Up For It

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Magno Vieira who plays for Fleetwood Town in the Blue Square Premiership in England managed to miss an incredible sitter, but went on to make up for it with a beautiful goal later in the match. Between making that one goal and the fact that Fleetwood Town have made the conference playoffs, Vieira's teammates can't be too mad at him for that sitter.

Goat To Hero In A 40 Yard Lob

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The title of this little clip reads Magno Vieira worst miss of all time & brilliant goal Fleetwood Town. Typically, there's a dollop of hyperbole whenever something is dubbed "the world miss ever" (or, invariably, "evah"). Hint of truth about this one, sadly, for Magno Vieira, he of Fleetwood Town in the 5th tier of the English footballing pyramid.

Fleetwood Town v Forest Green Rovers

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Super Stuart Fleetwood Fleetwood Town 2-0 Forest Green Rovers (29:01:11) Forest Green Rovers fan Phil Sheppard enjoys another weekend away marred only by the football: This is dedicated to Danny Last and Stuart Fuller, two larry let-downs who have used the excuses of the Berlin derby and working in LA to wriggle out of a weekend up the M6 (I'm only jealous).

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Fleetwood Juniors Coach Responds Angrily To Tim Sherwood’s Damning Appraisal Of Lower League Scouting

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Following Tim Sherwood's snippy assessment that all lower league scouting is rubbishbecause there's too many vanilla cappuccinos being sipped and not enough mild-quaffingProper Football Men™ in jobs these days, a member of the aforementioned lower league scouting community has exercised his right to reply.

League One Preview: Part 2

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The 2014/15 season of League One, England's third tier of soccer, kicks off on August 9. How well do you know your teams?

After previewing the first eight teams in League One, here are the next eight. The teams covered this time are Doncaster Rovers, Fleetwood Town, Gillingham, Leyton Orient, Milton Keynes Dons, Notts County, Oldham Athletic, and Peterborough United.

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TTU Go Predicting: A Club-By-Club League 1 Preview 2015-16

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2014-15 did not go to plan for Barnsley. Freshly relegated from the Championship and adorned with an array of shiny new signings, a promotion push was on the cards. But an unconvincing start cost Danny Wilson his job in February, and it was left to Lee Johnson to salvage things.

TTU Go Predicting: A Club-by-Club League 1 Preview 2014-5

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[W]hen asked by the esteemed editors of this site to compile a preview to the League One season I had to first humbly remind them that my own team, Carlisle United, were cruelly and indignantly relegated to League Two at the end of last year. There followed a degree of brow furrowing consternation before an uttered agreement that 'I'd do'.

TTU Go Predicting: A Club-by-Club League 1 Preview 2014-5

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[W]hen asked by the esteemed editors of this site to compile a preview to the League One season I had to first humbly remind them that my own team, Carlisle United, were cruelly and indignantly relegated to League Two at the end of last year. There followed a degree of brow furrowing consternation before an uttered agreement that 'I'd do'.

Match Over – IF Brommapojkarna ( 2 – 1 ) Hammarby , Sweden on The 18th of September, 2012

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IF Brommapojkarna ( 2 1 ) Hammarby , Sweden on The 18th of September, 2012 at twenty past eight Podcast:

The 200% Pre-Season Previews: League Two

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With time being short before the first games kickoff, this division will be a little briefer than the Championship and League One. As with the other divisions, not all signings have been named, so if you notice someone, or perhaps a club that I've "missed", chances are I haven't actually missed them, just made a decision to omit them.

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Play-Off Prices And The Nature Of Value

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Value is a relative concept, and it is all the more so in the case of sporting events. In recent times, for example, the standard fall-back position for those that defend the increasingly extortionate prices that many football clubs now charge for season tickets has been the size of the waiting list for season tickets at their club.

Cod Army Swimming Upstream

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Like a moth to the flame, we are often drawn to commenting on the shadowy underbelly of football culture. Whether because it is under-reported, overlooked, or generally swept aside, issues of football finance, supporter tension over club directives, or the vagaries of rules administration provide ample fodder for analysis and debate.