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Fa cup 2nd round- Any Shocks?

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by Loyal2Bournemouth (U3005756) 12 November 2006
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The second round has been made, but do you have the belief that your team can get into the third round, where the big teams await...
Give a score out of ten saying how likely (10-Definite, 1-impossible) your league one side will be on the end of a shock.

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posted Nov 14, 2006

I dont think it will be much of an upset, but I cant see the Os coming through the Torquay game.

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posted Nov 14, 2006

wow it seems i am no longer pre moderated

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posted Nov 14, 2006

I think most Whites fans will not be surprised if Salisbury lose to Nottm Forest, but Forest fans should understand that this match is a huge event for the club. It's the biggest match for years and everyone is dead excited. Of course it should be at the home ground. I can't wait. Good luck Whites, and don't be so cocky forest.cool

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posted Nov 14, 2006

comment by loyal2Bournemouth

I'm trying to not get carried away-lets see what happens against Carlisle on Saturday...
laughlaughlaughlaugh
Are you winding me up?????
We haven't won away all season and unless someone draws us a map to the six yard box, we will leave empty handed again. The defence started the season really well, but now there are more holes than in the net itself. If we let in less than 3 goals then we have had a good day. I can't work out why we are good at home and rubbish away. Bournemouth 5 United 0 (if we are lucky).

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posted Nov 16, 2006

Torquay v Leyton Orient is defo a potential upset sadface

We havent won away all season - and they beat us 2-0 at Plainmoor last season when they had Leroy in charge (I think)!!!

But then again, I'm not sure it can be called a giantkilling. sadfacesadfacesadfacesadfacesadfacesadfacesadfacesadfacesadface

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posted Nov 16, 2006

I'm bored as I'm off school coz I'm ill (again) sadfacegrr so I'll rate each tie out of 10 for a potential shock.

Here goes...

Farsley Celtic/Milton Keynes Dons v Blackpool 6
Cheltenham/Scunthorpe v Wrexham 3
Brighton v Stafford/Maidenhead 1
Bristol City v Gillingham 5
Shrewsbury/Hereford v Port Vale 8
Macclesfield/Walsall v Rochdale/Hartlepool 5
Stockport v Wycombe 5
Weymouth/Bury v Chester 5
Barnet v Northampton/Grimsby 5
Tranmere v Peterborough 2
King's Lynn v Oldham 7
Darlington v Swansea 7
Salisbury City v Nottingham Forest 4
Torquay v Leyton Orient 9 sadface
Bristol Rovers v Bournemouth 9
Bradford v Millwall 5
Swindon v Morecambe 6
Mansfield v Doncaster 8
Chelmsford/Aldershot v Basingstoke Town 5
Rushden & Diamonds v Tamworth 5

Matchse between teams in the same division I have gone for 5 as I'm no sure they could be classed as an upset.

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posted Nov 16, 2006

"Bournemouth 5 United 0 (if we are lucky)."

Sure, you're bad away, but we're just bad full stop at the moment. I think we'll either win narrowly or it'll be a goaless draw. But 5-0? I can only dream...

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posted Nov 19, 2006

Yes there will be shocks, top of the list could be Darlington to beat Swansea. Also Mansfield will beat local rivals.
No shocks for Scunny, they will overcome Cheltenham at home on Tuesday, then home again to Wrexham and into the 3rd Round for the 8th time in nine years.

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posted Nov 19, 2006

I don't think that Forest fans should be so cocky.

Salisbury are a very good side and with home advantage could just pull it off.

Really pleased that the beeb are putting this match on live. Would just love to see Forest fans smiles wipped off their cocky faces

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comment by Alex (U6726109)

posted Nov 30, 2006

C'MON TAMWORTH

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