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Newcastle 3 Luton 1 – Video Highlights

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Here are the video highlights this afternoon of Newcastle'sgood 3-1 win against Luton Town. Newcastel scored three goals in nine minutes in the first half to seal the win. So we are [...]

Luton vs Millwall 0-3 Highlights FA Cup 2013 Henry Hulse N’Guessan Goals Video

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Snapshot: Non-League Luton Celebrate After Dumping Top Tier Norwich Out Of FA Cup

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By Alan Duffy

Ah, you can't beat a good old-fashioned cupset, except of course, if you're a supporter of the big-time Charlies who have just been slayed in true giant-killing fashion (I seemed to have mixed a fair few metaphors in there. I'm tired).

Anyway, it was the turn of Luton Town of theBlue Square Bet Premier to a big name out of the Cup, with Chris Hughton's Norwich on the end of a rather embarrassing defeat.

QPR Report Tuesday - QPR's Last FA Cup Win: 11 Years Ago Today...Flashbacks: Briatore on Saving Club...Paladini: QPR Not Chelsea Feeder Club

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Hillsborough: Twenty-Two Years On

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First posted here on the 15th April 2009.

Where were you on April 15th 1989? I was at Clarence Park in St Albans, for a Vauxhall-Opel League Premier Division match between St Albans City and Barking. It was a beautiful spring day, but there was little excitement in the air. City were just safe from relegation, whilst Barking were mid-table.

League Cup memories: Charlie’s double, Caesar’s wobble and Morrow slam dunked

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So we're off to Wemberlee and the desperate struggle for tickets can now begin. Remarkably, it will be our first Wembley final since winning the FA Cup in 1998 against Newcastle. Of course, between then and now we have enjoyed something of a cup final spree (record in Wales: five finals, 60% success rate).

FA Cup: Gunners face Leeds, United drawn against Liverpool

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Manchester United have been drawn against Liverpool in the FA Cup. They will meet at Old Trafford in the undoubted tie of the third round.

The teams have met twice in the competition since Eric Cantona's late winner decided the final in 1996. United won 2-1 in the fourth round in their Treble-winning season of 1999, and Liverpool won 1-0 in the fifth round at Anfield in 2006 before going on to lift the trophy.

FA Cup: Gunners face Leeds, United drawn against Liverpool

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Manchester United have been drawn against Liverpool in the FA Cup. They will meet at Old Trafford in the undoubted tie of the third round.

The teams have met twice in the competition since Eric Cantona's late winner decided the final in 1996. United won 2-1 in the fourth round in their Treble-winning season of 1999, and Liverpool won 1-0 in the fifth round at Anfield in 2006 before going on to lift the trophy.

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TTU Go Predicting: a Club-by-Club League 2 Preview

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[I]n the first of four divisional previews we focus today on who's who in League 2, which once again looks set to be tight. The bookies are backing Bury, Luton, Portsmouth and Shrewbury - we think that they'll each do well, but suggest that they'll have plenty of competition, not least from Southend and York.

TTU Go Predicting: a Club-by-Club League 2 Preview

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[I]n the first of four divisional previews we focus today on who's who in League 2, which once again looks set to be tight. The bookies are backing Bury, Luton, Portsmouth and Shrewbury - we think that they'll each do well, but suggest that they'll have plenty of competition, not least from Southend and York.

Barnet 0-3 Boro: A sweet night at Underhill

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John Mousinho: Opened the scoring for Boro

Beating your local rivals is always an enjoyable experience. However, when you throw in the fact that it was away from home against a side now managed by a man who walked out on us for "bigger and better things", the taste is all the more sweeter.

Videos

Rainstorm and Lightning Force Luton and Nuneaton Players to Run Off

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It's becoming a common think these days last month it was Stoke and Manchester United players seen running for cover after a torrential hail storm today we have Luton and Nuneaton player's running for their dear life's following a rainstorm and lightning storm at Kenilworth Road.

Ah the joys of football eh!

Video: Luton manager Richard Money goes mental at fans

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Money can't buy me love Luton manager Richard Money lost the plot after hearing fans abusing his players during the recent defeat to Tamworth. Money clashed with supporters at the end of the match, ranting in their faces and being dragged away by his backroom staff. In what appears to be a successful attempt to save [.

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Book Review: York City: Fighting Back

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York City: Fighting Backby Dave Flett Published by Amberley Publishing 2013, £14.99 ISBN: 978-1445614083 [L]ife as a York City fan has largely been a predictable state of affairs down the years. Turn up, watch them be moderate to crap for 90 minutes, go home – simple. The glories are fleeting and to be clung to for far longer than is probably healthy and for the most part of the club's existence, the lowest low was applying for re-election, something which was never realistically going to be refused.

Book Review: Hatters, Railwaymen and Knitters

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Hatters, Railwaymen and Knitters by Daniel Gray Published by Bloomsbury 2013, £12.99 ... [A]t times reading Daniel Gray's Hatters, Railwaymen and Knitters is, despite the ugliness of the title, a joyous experience; an author who clearly enjoys using language talking with warmth and wit about football, people and social history.

Relegation From the Football League is Not the End of the World

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[T]his year's League Two relegation battle is quite remarkable. Not just for the closeness of thefight, but for the teams involved. All bar one have recently spent time in the Conference and all bar one have gained promotion to the League since two-up two-down was introduced from non-league's top tier.

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Top 10 conclusions: FA Cup third round weekend

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1. Luis Suarez: controversy seeks him out like a ball to an outstretched hand. 2. FA Cup third weekend was a great advert for the January transfer window. With Demba Ba and Daniel Sturridge both on target on their debuts, perhaps it's not such a bad time to splash your cash. 3. Hastings striker Bradley [.

Blast from the past – Luton Town, October 1987

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This is, believe it or not, a plastic match ticket, found by Dad recently while tidying up. Dad used to take me to Kenilworth Road, Luton for a few seasons, the Sealy-Foster-Hill- Harford-Stein side. We saw some great games on Luton's infamous plastic pitch, always from the very front of the terrace, right behind the goal.

The tale of Joe Jordan and Milija Aleksic

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In one of the least surprising news stories of the day, Gennaro Gattuso has been charged by UEFA with ‘Gross Unsporting Behaviour' after his clash with Joe Jordan on Tuesday.

After the game, a rash of Joe Jordan stories have cropped up, telling us why Gattuso had picked on the wrong man.

Late penalty save keeps FC United’s Cup dream alive

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MANCHESTER, England FC United of Manchester's dream of a third-round tie at Old Trafford is still alive after Samuel Ashton saved a late penalty against Brighton in the 1-1 FA Cup draw at the Withdean Stadium. Gus Poyet's men the League One leaders looked on course to complete a comeback victory when [.

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The Word on the Street

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Have a go on the New Manager Roulette Wheel I've narrowed it down to a White European Male  The JimmyG2 Column  Every time I get on a plane lately the sky falls in. Fortunately not on my plane but just over WHL. A month ago I arrived at Luton from Madrid to be informed that Chelsea had won the Champions' League and that West Ham had been promoted.

Former West Ham Defender Calum Davenport Cleared Of Assault

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By Chris Wright


Former West Ham defender Calum Davenport has been cleared of actual bodily harm amidst claims that he attempted to both head-butt, bite and throttle his sister during a drunken row in which he also allegedly called her a 'form of cancer' and a 'whore' after finding that she was pregnant again.

Football League

Have we seen the last of Rob Sinclair?

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Rob Sinclair: Is he off to Aldershot for good?

Rob Sinclair joined Aldershot on a one month loan deal earlier in the week. Sinclair has struggled with injury this season and has not made one appearance for Stevenage since the end of last season.

Sinclair was one of the success stories of Boro's inaugural season in the Football League.

The Thursday Preview: Luton Vs Cheltenham

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Relegation to the Conference really is frightening. Though coverage is limited in the Football League's nethers and supporters of the PL rarely look below 20th place in the pyramid, it just doesn't compare to the vacuum of non-league.Take, for instance, Luton Town. Three seasons ago, they were on my radar.

Colours of Football

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One of the saddest parts of modern football is the way in which the non-Premier League divisions have been neglected and forgotten by the mainstream media. Take a look through some old cigarette card collections or the wonderful Football League Review magazine and you'll find that although not necessarily billed as equals with First Division clubs, many of the smaller lower league sides were included and covered alongside many of the giants of English football.

Yesterday In Plymouth, Part… Umm…

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Yesterday in Plymouth, Argyle's lead administrator Brendan Guilfoyle said an incredible thing... no, wait, I know he's been saying incredible things since the start of Argyle's spell in administration in March (and some Luton and Crystal Palace fans might be prepared to go further back in history than that).

AFC Wimbledon promoted to England’s pro leagues

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LONDON, England AFC Wimbledon won promotion to the Football League for the first time in their history with a dramatic penalty shoot-out win over Luton at Eastlands. After a goalless 120 minutes, top scorer Danny Kedwell netted the winning kick after Dons keeper Seb Brown saved from Alex Lawless and Jason Walker.

Financial instability continues to see David beat Goliath in Lower leagues

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As has been well documented in recent years there are a whole host of league clubs who are seemingly operating on borrowed time due to season upon season of poor financial management.

Match Of The Week: Luton Town 4-0 St Albans City

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It was in March 1983 that I first went to Kenilworth Road. Parents of the children junior school that I had starting attending had recently knitted what they believed to be the world's longest ever football scarf and we were invited to show it off on the pitch before Luton's First Division match against West Bromwich Albion, which then featured on Anglia Television's "Match Of The Week" (from which this weekly article takes its name) that evening.

Are we ready: Behind the scenes

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It's a well known fact that we were denied promotion to the old Division 3 back in 1996 because our Broadhall Way stadium was not up to the required standard. The Football League rejected our proposal and although then Chairman Victor Green took the case to court, Boro had to settle for another season in the Conference, well actually another 14.

The Fans Forum: A summary

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Monday evening saw Graham Westley and Phil Wallace host a fans forum in the Broadhall Suite to a section of Boro regulars. Various topics were discussed ranging from the new signings to the turnstiles in the East Terrace. One message came from it all though. Stevenage FC is a progressive club and is one that is always moving forward.

The Fans Forum: A summary

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Monday evening saw Graham Westley and Phil Wallace host a fans forum in the Broadhall Suite to a section of Boro regulars. Various topics were discussed ranging from the new signings to the turnstiles in the East Terrace. One message came from it all though. Stevenage FC is a progressive club and is one that is always moving forward.

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Arsenal finally beat Chelsea to sign young English winger

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It seems that Arsene Wenger is carrying on his policy of buying young English stars to build a future team with a British backbone, as it has been revealed that Arsenal have secured the signature of the Luton Town winger Tarum Dawkins. The 16 year-old had been having trials with both Chelsea and Arsenal and [.

Aldershot v Man United, Luton v Arsenal, Liverpool v Northampton and the top 10 League Cup upsets!

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Aldershot v Man United, Luton v Arsenal, Liverpool v Northampton and the top 10 League Cup upsets!

Who could have seen these coming?

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Interview With Luton Town and Rowdies Legend Ricky Hill: Voices Of Soccer [VIDEO]

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Kartik Krishnaiyer recently sat down with Luton Town and Tampa Bay Rowdies legend Ricky Hill for the debut episode of the new weekly World Soccer Talk interview show,Voices of Soccer.

In the episode, Tampa Bay Rowdies coach (and former Luton Town and England striker) Ricky Hill discusses racism in English football, the perceived bias against the promotion of black coaches in England, how favoritism is rife in England where white English managers with poor records still continue to get hired in the country, as well as how English managers who coach overseas are perceived in England.

The Monday Profile: Ian Henderson

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Being dubbed a young player with promise is sometimes the cruellest thing that can happen to a footballer. As contemporaries in the Norwich City youth set-up a decade ago, Ian Henderson and Ryan Jarvis made their first team debuts within six months of each other. In November 2002, Henderson scored as a substitute in his second Canaries appearance.

Two Grounds But No Home: Hayes And Yeading Uniteds Next Gamble

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One of English football's most desperate races at present is that to avoid the drop from the Blue Square Premier at the end of this season. There are just four points separating Cambridge United in sixteenth place and Altrincham in twenty-second position and, with Eastbourne Borough and Histon already all but condemned, this means that any two from seven could join them, with just five or six matches depending on which club we are talking about left to play.

Crewe Preview plus site news

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Gresty Road: The home of Crewe Alexandra

It's another away day for Boro tomorrow afternoon as they travel up the M6 to face Dario Gradi's Crewe Alexandra. On paper, it looks like it could be another tough game for Graham Westley's side. Boro have not won a game in their last 6 and on top of that, they have failed to score in the last 3.

Wycombe Manager Gary Waddock

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Wycombe's manager for the 2010/11 season is Ex-Republic of Ireland Midfielder Gary Waddock (48).

Waddock made 21 appearances for the Boy's in Green, scoring 3 times between 1980-90, he would probably doubled his appearances for the Republic only for a knee injury after which he spent over a year on the sidelines in 1985.

Milton Keynes today, Pretoria tomorrow

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Milton Keynes seems like a strange place for an international friendly, but it has actually staged 2 in a week and there have been no complaints about their pitch. Â It is obvious that the town/stadium is on some kind of inside track as they were included in the 2018 World Cup bid submission in almost a two fingered salute to other better placed and easier to get to venues.