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By Cappers (legacy user)27/9/2014 20:01Sat Sep 27 20:01:58 2014

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Am I dreaming? Did we really just win 4-0? Did we dominate from start to finish?

Just looking at the other FA Cup results and it seems there aren't many weak teams left. I hope we avoid the Connie North/South teams maybe except for that rubbish team that are bottom of the league. What they called again?

There are a few lower league teams we could get but some of them are flying in their respective leagues such as Needham Market and Burgess Hill Town. We could get Greenwich Borough who are two divisions below but I'd be happy with an average team from our level at this stage. We really need to be avoiding the likes of Ebbsfleet and Bromley and any of the other conference big boys.

Exciting times!

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Waltham Abbey at home

By middx wanderer (legacy user)29/9/2014 12:30Mon Sep 29 12:30:05 2014In response to FA CupTop of thread

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Saturday 11th October 3pm

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Re: Waltham Abbey at home

By Anonymous (legacy user)29/9/2014 12:42Mon Sep 29 12:42:38 2014In response to Waltham Abbey at home Top of thread

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Is about as good a draw as we could have hoped for. Word of warning they beat North Greenford Utd at home 1-0 last round. They have 18 pts from 11 games - having won 3 and lost 3 on their travels. If we adopt the same attitude as we did against VCD Athletic then we have a good chance I would have thought. COYR.

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Re: Waltham Abbey at home

By Cappers (legacy user)29/9/2014 13:05Mon Sep 29 13:05:11 2014In response to Re: Waltham Abbey at home Top of thread

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It's a kind draw at this stage of the competition but we tend to play badly against supposedly weaker teams. If we go out against Waltham Abbey it would be a disaster whereas if we had been drawn against a conference south team there would be less pressure and less expectation. I hope we can handle it.

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Re: Waltham Abbey at home

By middx wanderer (legacy user)29/9/2014 13:36Mon Sep 29 13:36:18 2014In response to Re: Waltham Abbey at home Top of thread

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Let's hope we defend better than NGU

http://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=lrRHRZoO29M

or miss like this again!

http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=nvYOA4BXIqk

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Re: Waltham Abbey at home

By middx wanderer (legacy user)29/9/2014 14:04Mon Sep 29 14:04:18 2014In response to Re: Waltham Abbey at home Top of thread

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Also in the W.Abbey v NGU game

http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=HA1bxez7-kY

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Re: Waltham Abbey at home

By Anonymous (legacy user)29/9/2014 20:02Mon Sep 29 20:02:54 2014In response to Re: Waltham Abbey at home Top of thread

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The last time we played Waltham Abbey at Earlsmead I believe...

youtu.be/nvYOA4BXIqk?list=UUimOqEoOPEiTGJ74k6GfXwg

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