Excitement, and crowds, building as our underdogs try to get a shot at the National League.
3rd Qualifying Round
The Badgers roundly beaten by the ‘Stones but not without a bit of a fight. Andy Lloyd Williams
Phil Annets review of the 3rd Qualifying Round. Three tier 9 sides left!
We’re lucky to have Rob Langham of Two Unfortunates back again for, quite literally, a return to where it all started.
Goalkeeping howler costs Wingate & Finchley a place in the 4th Qualifying Round.
With a bit of luck Wingate & Finchley will provide a nice bookend, providing a shock over the first team we saw provide a shock.
Glory days returning for Heybridge Swifts? Glen Wilson at Hayes Lane for a rare cupset!
Colwyn Bay 2-1 Ossett Town: FA Cup winner keeps himself on the bench as Bay ease through.
FA Cup: Hemel Hempstead Town 3-1 Dulwich Hamlet. Beaten. Rabble. Defiant. Tuscany. Gavin Rose. Scaffold TV Gantry.
Rushed pub choices, unwelcome halloween ephemera, Elton John, fisticuffs and ‘cheaper than the Bescot’. Chris Maddock on Lancaster 0-3 FC Halifax.
Ulrika Jonsson, Sir John Betjeman, Sid James, The Gore, Ian Walker and THAT hair, Geoff Hurst-a-like and bukake. Nope, we have no idea how Stuart Fuller does it either but it’s all in there!
FA Cup 3rd Qualifying Round: Cray 1 Dartford 2. The underdog put back in the kennel but gave a good account of themselves. Ice cream sellers the winners.
FA Cup 3rd Qualifying Preview: We’re a whore for the underdog so it’s about time we had a break to see who the league clubs want to avoid …
St. Albans could count themselves lucky that they were still in the Cup after Saturday. But would the possibility of a plum tie against local rivals Luton Town have any effect on them in the replay?
Lower league FA Cup football in early autumn. It’s all about mud, scrapping, windswept pitches and getting stuck in, right? Not in balmy St. Albans it wasn’t where we were treated to some superb football, came very close to witnessing an upset and supped ale in the great outdoors. Bootiful.
After getting a bit of grief for our rather South-centric ITV preview in the previous round, we thought we’d redress the balance a little here and head a bit further North in pursuit of interesting games to big-up
After a pulsating encounter, it took 17 penalties to separate Ashford Town (Middx) and Hendon.
The story of Chelmsford’s unfortunate striker, Rob Edmans’ miss at Dartford.
A superb new stadium, some superb pubs and a good crowd. All that was needed was a Dartford win.
AFC Telford beat Hendon as we visit Wembley for the first time.