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Hull City v Sheffield United?  That's a proper semi final.  Shame it's at Wembley.

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...and they've managed to avoid Arsenal and Man City in the semis.

 

They must be strong favourites to beat Sheff Utd, be interesting to see, if they reach the final, whether it affects the magic weekend tickets or not.

 

Man City have now avoided Arsenal in the semi.  ;)

 

Trust the blues!  :sleep:

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Man City have now avoided Arsenal in the semi.  ;)

 

Trust the blues!  :sleep:

And the mighty citeh season shrinks yet again.

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Hull City v Sheffield United?  That's a proper semi final.  Shame it's at Wembley.

Agreed. It's just not right.

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...and they've managed to avoid Arsenal and Man City in the semis.

 

They must be strong favourites to beat Sheff Utd, be interesting to see, if they reach the final, whether it affects the magic weekend tickets or not.

Heady days for Ull Targers. They're actually a half decent side now. Can't see them slipping up against Sheff U.

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Heady days for Ull Targers. They're actually a half decent side now. Can't see them slipping up against Sheff U.

Famous last words. I hope you're right.

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I'l give it a miss, thanks. Eastbourne is not really for me..it's full of old people.

 

Decent game in the end.  Eastbourne United AFC winning 2-1.  Only two red cards this time.

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A little ripple of sadness in the wider soccerballing world: Rye United (established 1938) have folded as they could not find the investment to help them finish the season.  Decent ground and well-supported (for a town of 6,000 people) but even in the Sussex County League soccer is an expensive business.

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Build up has started for this weekend's big local derby - Old Town vs Croft

It maybe only u14's but at my son's school important bragging rights are up for grabs.

Can't wait, nervous already! Come on Croft!

#properfootball

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A little ripple of sadness in the wider soccerballing world: Rye United (established 1938) have folded as they could not find the investment to help them finish the season.  Decent ground and well-supported (for a town of 6,000 people) but even in the Sussex County League soccer is an expensive business.

Always sad to see a club go to the wall.

Not sure what its like down there, but the sums payed out up here by clubs at the bottom of the pryamid with double digit crowds on average in some cases are staggering.

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Half time one nil to city how Fellani has stayed on the pitch is beyond me

And cheeseblock head welbeck

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yes had the gaul to question his yellow card

When the ref put his name in the book do you think he used an asterix?

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