Watch Out, There’s An(other) Upset About. Met Police get a kick in the Chalfonts, by A. E. Greb, otherwise known as putajumperon!
1st Qualifying Round
” … anything with “Rage” in the title, perhaps picture Paul Rutherford shouting “Rage Hard” through raised leather-clad wrists …”.
A linesman (sorry, assistant referee) with glasses? And why do Ashford Town (Middx) still need the ‘Middx’? MATT ALLARD’S BACK!
Regular visitor, Stuart Fuller from The Ball is Round does … Scottish Play, Tiffany Mitchell, Paul Alcock and a peeking-through-fingers bum-squeaker of a cup win.
… this is PLANET EARTH! Top Field still has wooden terracing and we’ve now been there FA Cup-ing.
Tabloid newspaper sub-editors would have a field day with this one…
A European Cup Winner takes on an FA Vase winner in the FA Cup. Andy Lloyd Williams at the Recreation Ground …
Stuart Fuller demonstrates the value of staying until the very end.
Danny Last reviews Redhill v Lewes, in the manner we all did back in the olden days of actual magazines made of paper …
Banbury United 1-3 Slough Town. Slough fan Warren Carter pays a poignant visit to Banbury, Slough march on!
An enthusiastic cup’er attempts to show his other half what she’s missing by taking her to Wingate & Finchley. What could possibly go wrong?
Hythe Town 5-2 Erith & Belvedere. FA Cup, Ray Mears, furious and repetitive gunfire, Vice City and metronomic lino action.
Gornal Athletic return for a record equalling second time in two rounds. This time, words, Music and Pictures courtesy of our favourite groundhopper, Graham Yapp at Modus Hopper Random.
Bobby Moore, broken camera, Fathers For Justice, pointless railway stations and Oxford City 1-1 Didcot Town. Two Unfortunates’ Rob Langham takes one for the team.
We’ve been to Chertsey before, Lewes hadn’t and neither had the Lewes Lunatic Fringe, nor had The Ball Is Round’s Stuart Fuller. Chertsey 4 Lewes 1.
South Park have come a long way in this, their first venture into the FA Cup. But would Ryman Premier side Cray Wanderers prove too much for them?
This year has been the year of the excuse. In the World Cup it was the new Jabulani ball and in the English Cup finals and play off finals it was the pitch. In the case of the ball it was clear to us and we blogged about it then
A bit of a Northern tinge to this round’s preview, we hear from Glossop’s Jonathan Haggart and feature a few Vodkat teams. This week we’re off to Redbridge and Cray to see how they roll.
Horsham progress to the next round on a sunny day in Horsham after 2 Sussex teams failed to produce an FA Cup classic.
Some interesting refereeing and a huge ice cream were the main features on a good day for Farnborough as they took on Hastings at Cherrywood Road.