Whites head into FA Cup action.
This week sees the welcome distraction from league duty as we head into FA Cup action with Hastings United coming to town. There have been some memorable FA Cup matches over the years with the likes of Oxford United, Aldershot Town, Peterborough United, MK Dons, Cheltenham Town, Huddersfield Town and most fondly remembered would be the televised Third Round tie against Crystal Palace.
Some results have been euphoric where has some have been not so easy on the eye. There have been many upsets with the Whites being on both sides of the coin but I’m sure you can all remember that sweet, sweet day at Priestfield when we turned over Gillingham in their own backyard. Then there was the late winner from Ruel Sotiriou against Southend United. I mean I could go on and on.
Is it a massive game? Yes, of course. I want to have a cup run.
The FA Cup has always excited me as a player and, as a kid, I watched it.’ – Mitch Brundle
While it’s always nice to take a trip down memory lane, football is played in the here and now and Mitch Brundle will be desperate to get his FA Cup maiden voyage as boss off to a flyer. He will have to do it without the outward departing Chevron McLean and Mike Olarewaju, who left the club this week by mutual consent. We wish them well in the future and thank them for their efforts in a white shirt.
Henry Young put pen to paper on a deal following his 18th birthday. Congratulations, Youngy. Over to you now lads, lets make sure we are in the hat for the next round.
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Ticket Information: – All Must Pay
Admission for this match is by turnstile only. We accept both card and cash on the gate.
Adults – £17
Over 60 – £15
Under 18 – £9
Under 11s continue to be free with paying adult