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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 [...]

Freddie Woodman Makes Debut Against Luton Town In Very Strong Side

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Manager Rafa Benitez has just announced his team for the home tie against Luton Town at St. James' Park this afternoon. Luton currently have 54 points from their 26 games and are [...]

Newcastle Get Luton Town At Home In FA Cup

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Newcastle last won the FA Cup 62 years ago when we took Manchester City apart 3-1 at Wembley. And tonight we have been given a decent draw with Luton Town at home [...]

On This Day In 1961: Denis Law Scores Six Goals For Man City And Still Ends Up On The Losing Side!

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The young Denis Law lines up for Man City, 1960

When Man City played Luton Town in the FA Cup fourth round on this day in 1961, they were 6-2 up after 69 minuteswithDenis Law helping himself to all six of City's goals.

Sadly, it all went swiftly downhill from there for the youngScottish striker.

Video: Alan Dunne tries to feed Millwall goalscorer James Henry to a police dog

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James Henry set Millwall on their way to an FA Cup fifth round victory over Luton Town by opening the scoring on Saturday. Team-mate Alan Dunne showed his appreciation for Henry's efforts by attempting to feed him to a police dog after the match. As the players milled around the pitch following the final whistle, [.

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

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Calendario FA Cup 8vos de Final

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Martes 12 de febrero de 2013
Leicester vs Huddersfield 13:30 hrs (desempate 4a ronda)
Sábado 16 de febrero de 2013
Luton Town vs Millwall 6:45 hrs
Arsenal vs Blackburn Rovers 9:00 hrs
Milton Keynes Dons vs Barnsley 9:00 hrs
Oldham Athletic vs Everton 12:00 hrs
Domingo 17 de febrero de 2013
Chelsea vs Brentford 6:00 hrs (desempate 4a ronda)
Manchester City vs Leeds United 8:00 hrs
Huddersfield/Leicester vs Wigan Athletic 9:55 hrs
Lunes 18 de febrero de 2013
Manchester United vs Reading 14:00 hrs
Miércoles 27 de febrero de 2013
Middlesbrough vs Brentford/Chelsea 13:45 hrs
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FA Cup Fourth Round: Top 5 Players from the Weekend’s Action

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Olivier Giroud of Arsenal (12) celebrates with team mate Lukas Podolski (9) (Photo by Steve Bardens/Getty Images)

Over the last three days, the FA Cup fourth round delivered plenty of giant-killings and close-calls for the big clubs in England.

Overall, seven EPL clubs were knocked out of the tournament with Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur being the most notable top flight clubs to make an exit.

FA Cup Fourth Round: Luton Town Defeat Norwich City and the Other Best Upsets of the Weekend

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Luton Town players celebrate (Photo by Jan Kruger/Getty Images)

Bradford City and to a lesser extent Swansea City reaching the Capital One Cup final was in keeping with that competition's recent habit of providing a few surprises. In addition to the shocks the Bantams and others had already caused in this year's edition, just last season second-tier Cardiff City reached the final, while semifinalists Crystal Palace had dumped out Manchester United along the way.

European Weekend Rewind: Upsets aplenty in FA Cup, Messi and Ronaldo shine, and more

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BY JUSTIN FERGUSON

Just chalk it up to the magic of the Cup.

Sixteen Premier League teams entered the Fourth Round of the FA Cup at the beginning of this weekend. Five were knocked out of the competition by lower level clubs. Three needed late winners to avoid the dreaded replay.

FA Cup Saturday Review: Big Surprises as Premier League Sides Struggle Against Lower League Opposition

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Luton Town celebrates victory during the FA Cup with Budweiser fourth round match against Norwich City (Photo by Jamie McDonald/Getty Images)

Every season, we find ourselves saying the same line about the world's oldest domestic cup competition: "Anything can happen!".

Sometimes, it fleshes out and crowds witness some of the greatest giant-killings of recent history.

Norwich vs Luton Town 0-1 Highlights FA Cup 2013 Scott Rendell Goal Video

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England

A Fulham thriller, Chris Coleman and the miss of the season…Names of the Football League, week 15

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Championship action returned with a bang over this week. We saw two rounds of fixtures, and with everyone safe in the knowledge that without another international break until March, it means we can...

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Interview With Ricky Hill, Former Luton Town and England Striker (Voices Of Soccer)

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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.

Watch the video version of the interview.

In this audio 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.

Football League

Birmingham’s new boss, Diogo Jota, Luton’s thrashing and two Ameobis… Names of the Football League, week 11

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After a long two weeks full of Panamian ecstasy and England...well, being England, the Championship returned to accompany the League 1 and League 2 fixtures over the weekend. It truly returned to...

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Nelson Oliveira, Portsmouth, Luton… Star names of the Football League, week 1

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Well, it's started all over again. The new Football League season started on Friday night, with ten months of thrills, disappointment, rage, joy, tears and everything in between to come. The...

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‘It Was Unacceptable’ – Yeovil Players And Staff Vow To Refund Fans After Slumping To Embarrassing 8-2 Defeat Against Luton On Opening Day

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Yeovil Town's players and staff are clubbing together to reimburse the fans who were forced to sit through their miserable 8-2 defeat against Luton Town on the opening day of the season.

Some 258 Yeovil fans made the 150-mile trip toKenilworth Road for Saturday's match, only to see their side get well and truly eviscerated in what eventually became a joint-record League Two defeat.

On This Day In 1936: Luton Striker Joe Payne Has The Pleasure Of Scoring Ten Goals In One Game – A Record That Still Stands Today

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Joe Payne of Luton Town, circa 1936

On 13th April 1936, Luton Town centre forward Joe Payne wrote himself into the history books by scoring 10 goals in a12-0 hammeringof Bristol Rovers.

Payne's incredible solo haul remains the record number of ever goals scored by an individual in a league football match.

Luton Town’s Kenilworth Road To Be Renamed ‘Prostate Cancer UK Stadium’ For One Day To Help Raise Awareness

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By Chris Wright

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Luton Town have announced that their Kenilworth Road ground in to be renamed the "Prostate Cancer UK Stadium" for one day and one day only in order to raise awareness of the disease and the charity's continuing efforts to combat it.

The Right Stuff: Luton Town FC Speaks Up For Supporter Involvement

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As winter finally gives way to the springtime, the sun continues to shine on Luton Town. The clubs sits thirteen points clearat the top of the Conference Premier and, whilst few at Kenilworth Road would be considering to assume promotion back into the Football League a completely done deal just yet, a last minute equaliser at Cambridge United in a match that might have blown a little life into a championship battle that has gone a little stale over the course of the last few weeks, as if there could be any doubt over this, merely confirmed that the Hatters have it all to throw away in the closing stages of the season.

John Still, The Knowledge & Luton Town’s Renaissance

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There are many aspects of pride to being a football supporters, some of which are laudable whilst others are less so. At the less extreme end of this spectrum is the pride of being the supporter of a club in the Football League. It's a club that along, of course, with the Premier League only ninety-two clubs can be members of, and losing that status can have a damaging effect on one's self-esteem.

Match Of The Past: Nottingham Forest

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We continue our series of archive videos of the clubs of the Football League Championship with Nottingham Forest. Twice the champions of Europe, it has now been more than a decade since Forest were last in the top division of English but, whilst our selected six matches all hark back to happier times to some extent, we've left the European Cup matches that everyone has already seen a thousand times off this list.

Match Of The Past: Huddersfield Town

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We continue our series of video highlights of the clubs in the Football League Championship today with Huddersfield Town. Three times champions of England in the 1920s under the managership of Herbert Chapman, we kick off with a curio from a little later in the clubs history and a recording of their player Alex Jacksons preview of the 1930 FA Cup Final against the club that Chapman left Huddersfield to manage, Arsenal.

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EFL Cup: Jores Okore Scores Laughable Own-Goal As Aston Villa Beaten 3-1 By League Two Giants Luton (Video)

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Though they battled bravely, plucky little Aston Villa ended up tumbling out of the League Cup at the first hurdle with a 3-1 defeat against League Two behemoths Luton Town on Wednesday night.

Villa pushed hard from the off and actually nudged themselves ahead through Jordan Ayew in the 13th minute but Luton came haring back to win as a 66th-minute own-goal from Jores Okore sealed the Championship side's fate.

Back To The Eighties: 1980/81, Part Seventeen – Derby & Luton Cancel Each Other Out

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By the end of January 1981 West Ham United had pulled clear at the top of the Second Division, opening up a near unassailable seven point lead at the top of the table. Below them, however, there was an almighty rush to join them at the top of the table with just four points seperating Notts County in second place in the table from Cambridge United in tenth place.

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TTU Go Predicting: A Club-by-Club League 2 Preview 2015-16

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Kicking off a week of divisional previews, we focus on the movers and shakers in this season's League 2: Cambridge, Portsmouth and Luton are each backed for automatic promotion whereas we suggest it could be a long season for supporters of Carlisle, Dagenham, Hartlepool, Leyton Orient, Morecambe and Newport.

Book Review: The Club: Living the Dream at the Bottom of English Football

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The Club: Living the Dream at the Bottom of English Footballby Simon Akam
Published by Newsweek Insights
2014, £1.99

Simon Kuper, author of the outstanding Football Against the Enemy and the deeply flawed Soccernomics aka Why England Lose, is responsible for one of my least favourite quotes from modern footballing lore and one that Simon Akam, in this intriguing new book published in Newsweek's excellent Insights series .

Ashwater Press – Tales From the Riverbank part 3

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Well, it's been an age since I posted anything on here and I'm not entirely sure I can remember how to do it. I've also left this reminder of Ashwater Press' new book a little late in the day. They go to press very soon so if you'd like to pre-order and have your name printed in the book as a subscriber you'll need to do so before THIS Sunday (9th September).

Ashwater Press – Tales From the Riverbank part 3

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Well, it's been an age since I posted anything on here and I'm not entirely sure I can remember how to do it. I've also left this reminder of Ashwater Press' new book a little late in the day. They go to press very soon so if you'd like to pre-order and have your name printed in the book as a subscriber you'll need to do so before THIS Sunday (9th September).

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Book Review: Female Football Fans: Community, Identity & Sexism

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Female Football Fans: Community, Identity & SexismbyCarrie Dunn
Published byPalgrave Macmillan
July 2014, £45

Judging a book by its cover, which of course we have all been advised never to do, this work by Carrie Dunn appears to be scholarly but not a forbidding, heavyweight tome.

Gender and Football: Much Work to be Done

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Who would you use as an example if you wanted to illustrate the worst kind of idiocy or incompetence on the football field, or indeed in sport generally?

Several names, possibly the directors of major football clubs or members of the ITV commentary team, spring immediately to mind, but the answer, of course, is Your Nan.

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Luton Town Hand Over Image Rights To Supporters To Protect Against Any Unwanted Future Identity Changes

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By Chris Wright

In a bid to protect themselves for the kind of owner-fuelled "branding" issues that have plagued the likes of the Cardiff Dragonbirds and Hull City Powertigers in recent times, Luton Town have handed their supportersthe legal right to veto any proposed future change made to the club's image.

Luton Town’s FA Cup Win Should Not Be Understated

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There was, of course, a time when the boundaries between the Football League and non-league football were considerably more clearly defined than they are now. There was no such thing as automatic promotion and relegation from the top of non-league football, and non-league clubs wishing to make that particular great leap forward had to apply for a place amongst the top ninety-two.

Non-League Videos Of The Week: 06-01-2013

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We kick off our non-league videos of the week this week with the FA Cup Third Round, of course, and Luton Town's match against Wolverhampton Wanderers. Our second match comes from the Blue Square Bet North, where league leaders Chester were away against Bradford Park Avenue. We then have a match from the Premier Divisions of each of the Northern Premier, Southern and Isthmian Leagues.

The Rest

Rafa – I Am Pleased With Everything – After 3-1 Win Over Luton

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In front of an excellent crowd od over 47,000 at St. James' Park this afternoonNewcastle scored three goals in the first half to beat Luton Town 3-1 and go into the draw [...]

Football Cities: Milton Keynes

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Haters are gonna hate and my goodness, this website has expounded a lot of column inches putting the boot into MK Dons in itssix and a half years of existence.

At times, we've attempted to raise the level of acrimony to an art form – much as When Saturday Comes have refused to include the Dons in its annual season previews, we have declined to let people forget .

Of Snow, Wind, Rain, Ice & Men

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We're well past the initial point at which the weather has started to play merry havoc with the football season, and it was most likely this a rash of cancellations following the latest round of storms and high winds combined with New Year's Day hangovers which combined to give BT Sport a record high television audience for its live match last week between Luton Town and Barnet at Kenilworth Road.

FA Cup Fifth Round Weekend: Luton Town Return To Focussing On The League

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The FA Cup, then, will reach one hundred straight years without a non-league club reaching its quarter-finals. It was in 1914 that Queens Park Rangers, then of the Southern League, made it that far before losing by two goals to one against Liverpool at Anfield. Much has changed since then, but there was a feeling in the air that perhaps, just perhaps, Luton Town, who had already beaten Championship and Premier League opponents in this year's competition in the form of Wolverhampton Wanderers and Norwich City, could equal them.

Toronto v CD Aguila... or this is why you go to ALL the games, just incase something happens.

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Sorry, I did this from memory.
I think they rescued a princess once...
it's like the stars above a crest for winning tournaments.

I think I could really get excited about this tournament... except nobody else really does. Sure, the smaller Central American/Caribbean national champs probably look at this as "the big time" but I fear no one else does.

Match of the Weekend 4 – The Conference Playoff Final – York City 2 – 1 Luton Town

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"We're a Football League club, how good is that?" Gary Mills' reaction to York City's return to the league was typically unshowy, embodying the calm, quiet way the Minstermen have gone about their season.

There were no tears, no whoops of delight and not much in the way of a wild celebration, just an acknowledgement of how much it means for the club to win.