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PostSubject: FA Cup 1983/4   Sun Nov 11, 2012 9:35 pm

Bolton 2 Ipswich 0

Reading 0 Nott'm Forest 1

WBA 2 Liverpool 1

Chelsea 1 Leicester 2

Man United 0 Leeds 0

Middlesboro 2 Coventry 0

Charlton 3 QPR 0

Swansea 1 Norwich 1

Brighton 2 Everton 0

Sunderland 1 Luton 2

Westham 0 Aston Villa 1

Wolves 2 Notts County 2

Tottenham 2 Arsenal 1

Man City 3 Stoke 0

Birmingham 1 Watford 0

Southampton 2 Crystal Palace 1
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PostSubject: Re: FA Cup 1983/4   Mon Nov 12, 2012 6:52 pm

Shocked Chelsea , Lol , who scored the goals for City then Steve ?
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PostSubject: Re: FA Cup 1983/4   Mon Nov 12, 2012 7:02 pm

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Shocked Chelsea , Lol , who scored the goals for City then Steve ?

Lineker put the Foxes in front mid way through the first half. Peake scored the second and there was a consolation goal for Chelsea in the last minute from Micky Droy. I wish I could say it was from a lofted corner and he nutted it in, but it was more like a miss hit toe punt from outside the area. Laughing
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PostSubject: Re: FA Cup 1983/4   Tue Nov 13, 2012 7:06 pm

Smile Nice one Steve , thanks for filling me in mate Cool
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PostSubject: Re: FA Cup 1983/4   Tue Nov 13, 2012 8:17 pm

Gotta be happy with the win against Palace, Steve. Especially given current form in the league.
Last 16, eh. Looking forward to the draw.
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PostSubject: Re: FA Cup 1983/4   Tue Nov 13, 2012 9:02 pm

DELL of the SOUTH wrote:
Gotta be happy with the win against Palace, Steve. Especially given current form in the league.
Last 16, eh. Looking forward to the draw.

Just playing the replays at the moment. The Man United v Leeds was a cracker after an extra time scoreline of 1 - 1 the match went to penalties. I put the goalie in the diving position on the line and the player has to stand centrally on the edge of the D. The rule is you have to smash the ball and not place it. The great thing is you have no idea where the ball will go and each team managed to miss three of the five, so it was sudden death. Gordon McQueen slammed his home so up stepped Trevor Cherry who smashed his high off the right hand post. United through 4 - 3.

Cup holders Norwich were too strong at home to Swansea and took a half time lead of 3-0. Latchford pulled one back early in the second but Norwich came through 3-1.

Last one to play Notts County v Wolves

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PostSubject: Re: FA Cup 1983/4   Tue Nov 13, 2012 10:08 pm

Great stuff, Steve. Lovin' the bulletins.

cheers
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PostSubject: Re: FA Cup 1983/4   Tue Nov 13, 2012 10:50 pm

im hoping the spurs vs arsenal is the same score this weekend Wink


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PostSubject: Re: FA Cup 1983/4   Tue Nov 13, 2012 11:00 pm

spurs1975 wrote:
im hoping the spurs vs arsenal is the same score this weekend Wink

If it is I might play out all the weeks selections and use them as my predictions. Wink

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PostSubject: Re: FA Cup 1983/4   Wed Nov 14, 2012 7:43 am

spurs1975 wrote:
im hoping the spurs vs arsenal is the same score this weekend Wink

me too Wink


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PostSubject: Re: FA Cup 1983/4   Wed Nov 14, 2012 7:43 pm

Notts County v Wolves

In the final replay Notts County took a 2-0 lead after 20 minutes (Richards, Harkouk) and threatened to swamp Wolves but Towner clawed one back in the final minute of the half. Wolves pressed forward early in the second period and Andy Gray almost leveled when his shot cannoned off a post. Notts held firm and with 15 minutes left Trevor Christie ran on to a pass to shoot past Burridge for 3-1. Iain McCulloch scored a 4th in the 85th minute when the ball spun up off of Burridge into the roof of the net 4-1.

Draw for the last 16 tomorrow.
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PostSubject: Re: FA Cup 1983/4   Wed Nov 14, 2012 9:22 pm

Burridge - There's a name to put a smile on ya face, Gully.
Great entertainer!
Looking forward to that draw.
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PostSubject: Re: FA Cup 1983/4   Thu Nov 15, 2012 7:07 pm

Draw for the last 16 .........

Notts County v WBA

Tottenham v Leicester

Charlton v Manchester City

Luton v Southampton

Manchester United v Aston Villa

Nottingham Forest v Norwich

Birmingham v Brighton

Bolton v Middlesbrough

Nice tie between Lee and Jim's teams (camera's may be at that one) and difficult away trip for Saints at Luton.
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PostSubject: Re: FA Cup 1983/4   Thu Nov 15, 2012 8:12 pm

look forward to seeing the pictures


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PostSubject: Re: FA Cup 1983/4   Thu Nov 15, 2012 9:45 pm

I knew Spurs and Leicester would be the televised game.

Laughing

Usually plenty of goals when Saints play the Hatters!

affraid COME ON YOU SAINTS!
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PostSubject: Re: FA Cup 1983/4   Fri Nov 16, 2012 3:47 pm

Very Happy Very Happy Spurs at the Lane 1-3 nailed on away victory Cool
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PostSubject: Re: FA Cup 1983/4   Fri Nov 16, 2012 7:08 pm

forfoxsake wrote:
Very Happy Very Happy Spurs at the Lane 1-3 nailed on away victory Cool

Well Jim in the September league match you sent them packing at Filbert Street 4-0. Even Bob Hazell knocked one in. Spurs have only lost twice at the Lane this season to Forest and Southampton. Leicester have only lost twice away at Forest and Norwich.
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PostSubject: Re: FA Cup 1983/4   Fri Nov 16, 2012 7:21 pm

Good STATS, Steve! I'm off to Betfair to see if I can land a touch on The Foxes in the Asian Handicap with a +1 advantage!

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PostSubject: Re: FA Cup 1983/4   Fri Nov 16, 2012 7:31 pm

Very shrewd Wink
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PostSubject: Re: FA Cup 1983/4   Sun Feb 17, 2013 1:51 pm

Last 16 results are in with just the televised Tottenham v Leicester game to play tonight.

Notts County 0 v WBA 0 ............................

Charlton 1 v Man City 2 ...........................Mehmet. (City) Cross, Robinson

Luton 1 v Southampton 1 ..........................Stein. (Soton) Worthington

Manchester United 2 v Aston Villa 1 ............Whiteside,Coppell. (Villa) Gibson

Nottingham Forest 2 v Norwich 0 ...............Davenport,Wallace.

Birmingham 0 v Brighton 1 .......................Ryan

Bolton 3 v Middlesbro 0 ...........................Thompson 2, Jones

Tottenham v Leicester 7PM
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PostSubject: Re: FA Cup 1983/4   Sun Feb 17, 2013 8:10 pm

Live action from White Hart Lane

Spurs take the game to Leicester in the early stages but the half ends all square. The best chance falling here to Archibald. Wallington pushes the rasping drive out for a corner.


Straight from the restart Crooks is played through and looks a certain scorer, but again Wallington pulls off an incredible save.


With 50 minutes gone Lineker threads a ball through to Lynex who shoots ...........


The ball is pushed onto the post but (GOAL !) ends up in the back of the net.



Spurs push forward for the remainder of the half with great efforts from Crooks and Archibald but cannot break through. With the match moving into the final minutes, a long ball finds Brazil on the edge of the area. He smacks it first time. It flies like a rocket into the bottom corner of the Leicester net 1 - 1. Spurs survive

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PostSubject: Re: FA Cup 1983/4   Mon Feb 18, 2013 2:11 pm

A bit worrying to find myself rooting for City to hang on and then being disappointed when they let one in at the death!

Not worrying in the how come I'm suddenly supporting Leicester, but more about how am I getting so involved in someone else's solo subbuteo tournament.

...come on you Saints! (don't tell me they let the game v Luton slip away too?!)
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PostSubject: Re: FA Cup 1983/4   Mon Feb 18, 2013 5:15 pm

Luton were trailing but it was an early second half equaliser. Here is the draw for the Quarters and Saints get a home one !

Manchester City v Brighton

Luton or Southampton v Tottenham or Leicester

Manchester United v Notts County or West Bromwich Albion

Bolton v Nottingham Forest
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PostSubject: Re: FA Cup 1983/4   Mon Feb 18, 2013 5:45 pm

Great!
If Saints get through, and it ends up being televised, it will it be nice to see the old Dell again! Smile
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PostSubject: Re: FA Cup 1983/4   Mon Feb 18, 2013 7:03 pm

You will find that the likeness to Goldstone Lane is uncanny. Just a few more yobs on the terraces. Wink
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PostSubject: Re: FA Cup 1983/4   Sun Feb 24, 2013 10:39 pm

Replay results

WBA 1 v Notts County 1 .................................Zondervan. (Notts) Christie

Southampton 2 v Luton 5 (AET FT 2-2) ..............Wallace,Holmes. (Luton)ogAgboola,Walsh,Stein 3

Leicester 1 v Tottenham 0 ...............................Lineker


WBA and Notts have to meet again.

A stunning hat tick from Mark Stein sends Luton through after a last minute Walsh goal sent the game into extra time.

A tight game at Fibert Street won by Leicester, with a second half strike in off the post from Lineker.
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PostSubject: Re: FA Cup 1983/4   Wed Feb 27, 2013 4:47 pm

2nd replay

WBA 3 v Notts County 3..............Regis,ogRichards,Owen (NC) McCulloch 2, Harkouk

Notts County took a half time lead of 3-0 but incredibly West Brom stormed back with 3 goals in the second half. With no goals in extra time a 3rd replay is needed to settle the tie.
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PostSubject: Re: FA Cup 1983/4   Wed Feb 27, 2013 11:01 pm

You've got to be kiddin' me, Gully?!
You've triggered some bad memories with that exit. Images of Adrian Heath popping up with a last minute header in ET at Highbury in an FA Cup Semi comes to mind.
Oh, the heartache :-/
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PostSubject: Re: FA Cup 1983/4   Thu Feb 28, 2013 10:20 pm

ESSGEE wrote:
You've got to be kiddin' me, Gully?!
You've triggered some bad memories with that exit. Images of Adrian Heath popping up with a last minute header in ET at Highbury in an FA Cup Semi comes to mind.
Oh, the heartache :-/

Yes it looked like the Saints were through and then Luton couldn't stop scoring in ET. Never mind there's always next year. Laughing Hopefully i will get a winner from the WBA/Notts County tie before the quarters take place !
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PostSubject: Re: FA Cup 1983/4   Sat Mar 09, 2013 12:25 pm

Finally after a third replay Notts County overcame WBA with a second half goal from McCulloch to play Man United in the Quarter finals.

Quarter finals ;

Manchester City 2 v Brighton 1.................Cross,Baker. (Brighton) Connor

Brighton went in front on 25 minutes, when Terry Connor hammered the ball home off the keeper into the roof of the net for a half time lead. City urged on by the home crowd found an equaliser on 55 minutes when Cross fired home from the edge of the area. Both sides pressed for the winner but it looked like stalemate with 89 minutes on the clock. City pumped one last hopeful ball forward which fell at the feet of Baker who lashed the ball home to send City into the semi finals.


Luton 3 v Leicester 0 ............................Horton,Walsh,Moss

Both sides had chances in the first half but the keepers were in fine form. Luton were wary about pushing too many forward against the League leaders but the crowd urged them forward. Lynex had several half chances for Leicester but Luton's Stein was well shackled. Horton was having a good game and surged forward. In the 35th minute, seeing a loose ball he steamed through the Leicester defence and connected at full pelt, the ball flew like a rocket past Wallington into the bottom corner. With the crowd roaring them on Luton scored a second within 5 minutes of the second half through Walsh. Leicester never recovered and David Moss sent Kenilworth Road crazy with a third.


Manchester United 1 v Notts County 0 .............Stapleton

This was Notts County's seventh match in the competition and they looked very jaded in a dour game. Stapleton scored midway through the first period and United kept a firm back line which Notts County never looked like breaking down.


Bolton 4 v Nottingham Forest 3 ................Caldwell 4. (Forest) Wallace 2, Birtles

The match of the round with Tony Caldwell hitting all four Bolton goals. It was Forest who took an early lead when Wallace blasted a shot which the goalie could not hold. Bolton kept playing short passes and eventually cut Forest open as Caldwell slipped a shot inside the post. Forest still looked in control but the game changed when Caldwell scored a second shock goal with only seconds remaining of the first half. Forest had hardly touched the ball on the restart as a long ball found Caldwell in space, with one touch he smashed the ball home for 3-1. Crest fallen Forest were a shadow of the team in the first period but were given a lifeline when Wallace finally found space to send the goalie the wrong way for 3-2. It was now all Forest as they piled forward. Bolton wilted under the pressure and Birtles went bonkers when he crashed in an equaliser on 80 minutes.
Bolton kicked off again and Chandler sent a long ball down to Caldwell who swung a boot to send the ball past a flailing Van Breukelen 4-3.

(Now edited, thanks Ralph)



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PostSubject: Re: FA Cup 1983/4   Sun Mar 10, 2013 7:38 am

sickener for Forest beaten by two players who left in 1982 :lol: ... big rivals of ours in the 80's were Wanderers 83-4 strike force would have been a choice of Wayne Foster,Neil Whatmore or the legendary Tony Caldwell (long story !)
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PostSubject: Re: FA Cup 1983/4   Sun Mar 10, 2013 8:48 am

ralphtheclaret wrote:
sickener for Forest beaten by two players who left in 1982 Laughing ... big rivals of ours in the 80's were Wanderers 83-4 strike force would have been a choice of Wayne Foster,Neil Whatmore or the legendary Tony Caldwell (long story !)

Well spotted Ralph ! Laughing I labeled Bolton up when I was doing 1982 and must have forgotten to change them. According to Wiki Whatmore was at Oxford United in 83/4 and went on loan to Bolton but only made 7 appearances for them. Just looked up Tony Caldwell and his 5 goals against Walsall while working part time as an electrician, so I'll give the 4 goals to him.


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PostSubject: Re: FA Cup 1983/4   Sun Mar 10, 2013 7:19 pm

Semi Final draw


Luton Town v Manchester United

Bolton Wanderers v Manchester City
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PostSubject: Re: FA Cup 1983/4   Sun Apr 14, 2013 10:35 pm

Semi final results

Luton Town 2 v Manchester United 1 ...............Hill,og Robson (Man Utd) Robson

Robson gave Man United a half time lead, but Luton piled on the pressure in the second with Ricky Hill equalising in the 50th minute. On 70 minutes Robson deflected a shot past Bailey to send Luton to Wembley.


Bolton Wanderers 3 v Manchester City 2 ............Caldwell 3, (Man City) Cross, Reeves

A hat trick from Caldwell sent Bolton to the final with the clincher coming in the second period of extra time. Bolton twice took the lead only for City to come back to force extra time, but Caldwell decided it hammering a pass from Rudge low into the corner.
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PostSubject: Re: FA Cup 1983/4   Sat May 11, 2013 5:00 pm

The 1984 FA Cup final. Luton Town v Bolton Wanderers.

The marching band plays both teams onto the field and Brian Horton introduces his team to Her Majesty The Queen.








The match kicks off and both goalies have to turn shots away for corners as play is end to end. Bolton throw men forward in a desperate attempt to get in front early. In the 12 minute Boton's Deakin takes a pass just outside the area and his first time shot flies past Sealey GOAL !



Within 10 minutes its 2 - 0 as Deakin arrives again unmarked and smashes a shot high in to the Luton net.



The favourites Luton, look crushed and struggle to retain composure as Bolton continue to press. Just as the half comes to a close Paul Walsh latches onto a long ball and volleys in a spectacular goal to reduce the deficit.



David Pleat goes bonkers on the touch line as Luton get a lifeline.



There were no further goals in the second half, Bolton take the cup and celebrate before the supporters with David Pleat inconsolable.





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PostSubject: Re: FA Cup 1983/4   Sun May 12, 2013 11:28 am

Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy Brilliant work Steve , great set of pics mate , love the shot of Pleat blubbing at the end cheers
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PostSubject: Re: FA Cup 1983/4   Sun May 12, 2013 2:50 pm

Cheers Fox. Best of luck for the big one tonight.
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