Welling (Away) The Match Thread Putting on the Welling-tons

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Southend are in a relegation battle.
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When is the draw? Some tough ties there.
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Roy57 wrote: 10 Feb 2024, 14:28 Has anyone heard what is happening or happened with Laurie Walksr, from going from our number one to again not even on bench.
Sense you feel the same as I do that Laurie has been shabbily treated.
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wearebees wrote: 10 Feb 2024, 17:23 When is the draw? Some tough ties there.
Believe Monday at noon if memory serves
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Into next round without need for a replay and debut goal for our new man, can’t ask for more than that.

Southend had a dodgy run around this time last season as well, surprising given the takeover and impressive performances against us, but perhaps I gave them too much credit.

Another impressive win for Alty.

Things looking bleak for Forest Green despite the appointment of Cotterill. Sutton also in deep trouble. Dagenham continue to improve under Strevs with a 7-1 win.
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rudebwoyben wrote: 10 Feb 2024, 17:17 Southend are in a relegation battle.
Before we played them at Xmas they were playoff contenders, with an embargo about to get lifted. Many expected them to push on. How quickly things can turn in this league.
Perhaps that "backs to the wall" mentality during the ownership crisis suited them. They had nothing to lose.

Altrincham now breathing down our necks too.
Just got to focus on our own game.
Great that Nicke is fit. No midweek game for us. Whatever the draw looks like in the QF, we will have another batch of league games to concentrate on. Hopefully we can find some form and recreate that little gap between 3rd and 4th. 2nd is still up for grabs of course!
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Sam_BFC wrote: 10 Feb 2024, 17:42 Into next round without need for a replay and debut goal for our new man, can’t ask for more than that.

Southend had a dodgy run around this time last season as well, surprising given the takeover and impressive performances against us, but perhaps I gave them too much credit.

Another impressive win for Alty.

Things looking bleak for Forest Green despite the appointment of Cotterill. Sutton also in deep trouble. Dagenham continue to improve under Strevs with a 7-1 win.
No replays in the FA Trophy!
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Shame we’ve got Fylde next, after a terrible start to the season they’ve now won 5 of the last 6


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Ah yes.

Hereby amended to : without extra minutes on the legs due to extra time and pens.
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How did Freeman perform?
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hoofer2 wrote: 10 Feb 2024, 17:53 How did Freeman perform?
Tentatively with a couple of splashes of quality.
The pitch didn’t help. There was one occasion when Stead set him up nicely for a shot but the ball bobbled as he was about to shoot and the end result was messy.
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Credit to the management team and the players for a second successive deep run in the Trophy. Three tricky ties so far this year, all safely negotiated. Quarter final line-up is shaping up to be strong, but Wembley is tantalisingly close once again. Which is nice!
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If we managed to reach the final at Wembley, just curious what numbers do supporters feel we would or could take ?
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Be nice for a home tie next round
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Would still love a QF against Hendon...
Then a home SF with a full house roaring us on with a Wembley final at stake.
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