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PostPosted: Mon Dec 17, 2018 1:27 pm 
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Hindsight’s a wonderful thing but we’d have been playing them away if we’d have beaten Telford and Farsley.


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 17, 2018 1:37 pm 
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It's happened before, didn't Blyth beat us and then get drawn against them in the FA Cup...

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 17, 2018 3:31 pm 
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AndyPark wrote:
It's happened before, didn't Blyth beat us and then get drawn against them in the FA Cup...
That was the season Blyth got all the way to the third round.

I remember the qualifying round game at HP. We should have beaten Blyth - missed a penalty and hit the post IIRC.

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Of course, had we won those games we wouldn't have had the same number in the draw as our victors, so we wouldn't have followed their route.

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Of course, had we won those games we wouldn't have had the same number in the draw as our victors, so we wouldn't have followed their route.

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Yes we would. It’s not done alphabetically but order you came out in the previous draw.


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Spyman wrote:
Of course, had we won those games we wouldn't have had the same number in the draw as our victors, so we wouldn't have followed their route.

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Yes we would. It’s not done alphabetically but order you came out in the previous draw.


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 18, 2018 8:11 am 
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Rochdale 1995 is still the most painful one in my opinion.

Just a trip to Anfield missed out on.

Mind you, Losing to Farnborough and missing out hosting Arsenal and losing to Peterborough for a game vs Newcastle all gripe pretty hard to.

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BUSHEAD wrote:
Rochdale 1995 is still the most painful one in my opinion.

Just a trip to Anfield missed out on.

Mind you, Losing to Farnborough and missing out hosting Arsenal and losing to Peterborough for a game vs Newcastle all gripe pretty hard to.


Agreed, Bushead.


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BUSHEAD wrote:
Rochdale 1995 is still the most painful one in my opinion.

Just a trip to Anfield missed out on.

Mind you, Losing to Farnborough and missing out hosting Arsenal and losing to Peterborough for a game vs Newcastle all gripe pretty hard to.

I'll never forget 1985. Beat 'boro of course and then lost to Telford who got a trip to holders (and soon to be league champions) Everton. What an EFC team that was: Southall, Stevens, van den Hauwe, Mountfield, Ratcliffe, Bracewell, Reid, Steven, Sheedy, Gray, Sharp.


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PostPosted: Wed Dec 19, 2018 7:07 pm 
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biccynana wrote:
BUSHEAD wrote:
Rochdale 1995 is still the most painful one in my opinion.

Just a trip to Anfield missed out on.

Mind you, Losing to Farnborough and missing out hosting Arsenal and losing to Peterborough for a game vs Newcastle all gripe pretty hard to.

I'll never forget 1985. Beat 'boro of course and then lost to Telford who got a trip to holders (and soon to be league champions) Everton. What an EFC team that was: Southall, Stevens, van den Hauwe, Mountfield, Ratcliffe, Bracewell, Reid, Steven, Sheedy, Gray, Sharp.


Telford held them to 0-0 at ht. 3-0 FT.


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And just in case some folks have forgotten or don't know our history, how about this Everton team we played in the League Cup 1969, Gordon West, Brian Labone, Tommy Wright ( not ours), John Hurst, Sandy Brown, Alan Ball, Colin Harvey, Howard Kendall, John Morrissey, Jimmy Husband, Joe Royal.
Packed with international players and without doubt the best team Darlington have ever played. We lost 1-0 to an Alan Ball goal. Not surprisingly Everton went on to win the top division that year.
Nine years later again in the league cup we lost 1-0 at Goodison to an Everton side who finished in 4th place in the top division.
Sad to see us now after the combined efforts of Reynolds, Houghton, and Singh.


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I was at both of those matches. If only Lance Robson hadn't missed that open goal in front of the Tin Shed.

Great memories.


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Maurice_Peddelty wrote:
I was at both of those matches. If only Lance Robson hadn't missed that open goal in front of the Tin Shed.

Great memories.

I was at both too, but can't remember anything. Think I had just discovered Camerons Strongarm.


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banktopp wrote:
And just in case some folks have forgotten or don't know our history, how about this Everton team we played in the League Cup 1969, Gordon West, Brian Labone, Tommy Wright ( not ours), John Hurst, Sandy Brown, Alan Ball, Colin Harvey, Howard Kendall, John Morrissey, Jimmy Husband, Joe Royal.
Packed with international players and without doubt the best team Darlington have ever played. We lost 1-0 to an Alan Ball goal. Not surprisingly Everton went on to win the top division that year.
Nine years later again in the league cup we lost 1-0 at Goodison to an Everton side who finished in 4th place in the top division.
Sad to see us now after the combined efforts of Reynolds, Houghton, and Singh.



That was some side Everton had that night.

none of this resting the key players and playing the youngsters- nor 5 substitutes etc

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spen666 wrote:
banktopp wrote:
And just in case some folks have forgotten or don't know our history, how about this Everton team we played in the League Cup 1969, Gordon West, Brian Labone, Tommy Wright ( not ours), John Hurst, Sandy Brown, Alan Ball, Colin Harvey, Howard Kendall, John Morrissey, Jimmy Husband, Joe Royal.
Packed with international players and without doubt the best team Darlington have ever played. We lost 1-0 to an Alan Ball goal. Not surprisingly Everton went on to win the top division that year.
Nine years later again in the league cup we lost 1-0 at Goodison to an Everton side who finished in 4th place in the top division.
Sad to see us now after the combined efforts of Reynolds, Houghton, and Singh.



That was some side Everton had that night.



none of this resting the key players and playing the youngsters- nor 5 substitutes etc


Not as if it was in the later stages, just round 2.
Players didn't wear gloves either.


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banktopp wrote:
spen666 wrote:
banktopp wrote:
And just in case some folks have forgotten or don't know our history, how about this Everton team we played in the League Cup 1969, Gordon West, Brian Labone, Tommy Wright ( not ours), John Hurst, Sandy Brown, Alan Ball, Colin Harvey, Howard Kendall, John Morrissey, Jimmy Husband, Joe Royal.
Packed with international players and without doubt the best team Darlington have ever played. We lost 1-0 to an Alan Ball goal. Not surprisingly Everton went on to win the top division that year.
Nine years later again in the league cup we lost 1-0 at Goodison to an Everton side who finished in 4th place in the top division.
Sad to see us now after the combined efforts of Reynolds, Houghton, and Singh.



That was some side Everton had that night.



none of this resting the key players and playing the youngsters- nor 5 substitutes etc


Not as if it was in the later stages, just round 2.
Players didn't wear gloves either.



The more I look at that list , the more impressive the result was for Darlington. That Everton side was full of quality.

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spen666 wrote:
banktopp wrote:
spen666 wrote:
banktopp wrote:
And just in case some folks have forgotten or don't know our history, how about this Everton team we played in the League Cup 1969, Gordon West, Brian Labone, Tommy Wright ( not ours), John Hurst, Sandy Brown, Alan Ball, Colin Harvey, Howard Kendall, John Morrissey, Jimmy Husband, Joe Royal.
Packed with international players and without doubt the best team Darlington have ever played. We lost 1-0 to an Alan Ball goal. Not surprisingly Everton went on to win the top division that year.
Nine years later again in the league cup we lost 1-0 at Goodison to an Everton side who finished in 4th place in the top division.
Sad to see us now after the combined efforts of Reynolds, Houghton, and Singh.



That was some side Everton had that night.



none of this resting the key players and playing the youngsters- nor 5 substitutes etc


Not as if it was in the later stages, just round 2.
Players didn't wear gloves either.



The more I look at that list , the more impressive the result was for Darlington. That Everton side was full of quality.

Quite. Seven international players in that Everton team, and Howard Kendall who surprisingly never won a cap for England.


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I remember it as well over 13000 crammed into feethams oh for times like that again not in my lifetime again by the looks of things


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Someone just text home to Hartlepool next round durham cup ?


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We have them in the Durham Challenge Cup


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Come on lets build this up with the chimp stranglers and get a good crowd, because this means something to both fans.


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 20, 2018 12:24 pm 
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Segregation and biggest crowd ever for Durham senior cup?


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Look at what sort of team they put out in the last round to get a feel for whether either of us will take it seriously...but could be quite an interesting game given the circumstances.

Otherwise it is a bit mickey mouse. I am guessing we have played them before in this competition but it was back when nobody even knew the games were taking place as they were 'reserve team' fixtures rather than first team.


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