Blyth Spartans 0-2 Gateshead. Conference high flyers make light of their North East rivals, Jon Shaw tormentor in chief. Andy Hudson at Croft Park.
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Blyth Spartans: Created by and imbued with a sense of Greek history by a man with no link to football, who then disappeared. What happened to Fred Stoker?
No fewer than nine Hebburn players have their say on the Gateshead game, the FA Cup and the future. And they talked to Andy Hudson, of course.
No Sweet Heaven for Hebburn as Heed Progress: Gateshead 3-0 Hebburn Town. Andy Hudson reflects on some Northern League heads held high.
If, like us, you were out of the country on important state business, you might have missed the last proper round of the FA Cup. If so, here’s a round-up. Oh – and the draw …
Romantic meals; couples coyly catching glances in each other’s eyes; hands brushing. This was Scalinis…
Hebburn Town’s manager Paul Bennett admits to Andy Hudson that Gateshead are likely to win. But they might not …
Hebburn Town Week – Meet The Squad. Andy Hudson gets the skinny on Town’s squad courtesy of midfield dynamo Dean Nicholson.
Hebburn Town are approaching their final few days of preparation before they meet north-east neighbours, and non-league high-flyers, Gateshead in the FA Cup on Saturday. Andy Hudson talks to Hebburn Town keeper Dan Regan.
Gannin’ Away’s Andy Hudson talks to Hebburn’s Dean Nicholson about the FA Cup draw that pitted them against neighbours and Blue Square Bet big boys Gateshead.
FA Trophy: 1970s FA Cup Killers and Blue Square North promotion chasers Blyth Spartans evoke strong FA Cup giant killing memories. Gateshead arrive in town with a similar aura from the 1950s. Oh – and a 6 match winning streak to protect. Michael Hudson sets the scene and views the outcome.
Four pubs, seven goals, 70 stewards and a handful of fans. Brentford racked up five goals, two for Charlie MacDonald, two for Myles Weston while Graeme Armstrong notched twice for Gateshead.
Tomorrow night we’re heading to Griffin Park to, rather childishly, do the four corners pub run and, more seriously, go to a game to see if Gateshead can pull off an unlikely cupset.