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Darren Currie


First of all I want to welcome all the staff, players and supporters of Fleetwood Town to The Hive London, for what I’m sure will be an excellent cup tie. It was great to be able to grind out a really important win last weekend. I thought we had plenty of chances and despite not being at our best, the boys showed great character to get the win. It was played in tough conditions and I thought everyone stuck together - supporters included so thanks for sticking with us. I’m hopeful that these group of lads can take confidence from getting a result into this afternoons tie. After a good second half at Harrogate backed up with three points last weekend, let’s hope that we can turn the corner and kick on in all competitions. Everyone knows my feelings towards the FA Cup and how much I love the competition, so we will be giving it everything to get a result against a top side. We have great memories from our cup run last season and it was brilliant for everyone at the club to be involved with. Now our journey is back underway and we want to make some memories this season.

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This afternoon will be tough test against a top side, Joey has got them playing good football and they are well placed in their league. But this is the cup and if we perform at our maximum then we can get a positive result in front of our own fans. Your support, as always will be crucial this afternoon.

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I want to welcome everyone to The Hive for this afternoons FA Cup tie with Fleetwood Town. It’s nice to have back to back home games after some long away trips recently. It was good to get three points in front of our own fans last weekend. With the conditions it was a tough match to play in, but I thought we were the better side and deserved three points. I was pleased we could get back to winning ways, we’ve had some tough results in the last month, but we’ve stuck together and now we could look up the table. We obviously come into this game as underdogs, playing a team right at the top end of League One, so it will be a tough game. However, we don’t fear anyone and I know this group of boys are capable of getting through to the next round. We are at home, we have good history in this competition with our run last season so it should be an excellent match.

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History Football had been played in Fleetwood before a more definite picture emerged in the 1880s. Fleetwood Rangers was the first of a number of incarnations. There have been three grounds and periods of success interrupted by the effects of two World Wars, the 1927 Flood and continuing financial pressures. Defeat in the 1985 FA Vase final at Wembley failed to dampen the spirits of over 7000 fans who made the journey. For many of them, there would be another chance to head to the capital nearly thirty years later. The club reformed as Fleetwood Wanderers in 1997 and became Fleetwood Freeport just after the start of the 1997-98 season. The Highbury ground had been empty for a couple of years with almost all the facilities vandalised. A number of willing volunteers set about clearing up. After much effort, the club was accepted for membership of the North West Counties League. At the start of the 2002-03 season, it reverted to its former name of Fleetwood Town. The away defeat at St Helens Town, at

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the end of March 2003, marked the debut of a young defender, Nathan Pond. Pond was to become a true club legend over the coming years. He had been brought in from amateur football in the Preston area by manager Tony Greenwood. Chairman Andy Pilley’s love affair with Fleetwood Town started, appropriately, on Valentine’s Day. He was invited to watch the home game against Glossop North End on 14th February, 2004. Fleetwood won 2-0 and Pilley was elected Chairman at a board meeting three days later. After finishing third in the North West Counties, a failed ground grading denied Fleetwood promotion to the UniBond League First Division. It was a blow that only served to make the ambitious Chairman more determined and promotion was achieved at the end of the following season. Twelve months later, the club were celebrating a second successive promotion. It was a dramatic last day as a 5-1 victory over Brigg Town snatched promotion from Kendal by the narrowest of margins. Second place meant automatic promotion to the UniBond Premier Division. Eighth position left Town just short of the play-offs in 2006-07 but


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league goals. Town reached the FA Cup Third Round for the first time but lost 5-1 at home to Blackpool. With Vardy now at Leicester City, Fleetwood began their Football League career in August 2012 with a goalless draw at home to Torquay United. By November, Chairman Pilley faced his next managerial sacking. Micky Mellon left the club after a home FA Cup defeat against Aldershot and with his team sixth in League Two. He was replaced by Graham Alexander, a legendary player with Preston and Burnley, but relatively inexperienced as a manager. Stuttering form left Fleetwood in thirteenth position in their first season in the Club of 92.

consolation came in the shape of the League Cup final victory over Matlock Town. The Premier Division title and promotion to the Blue Square Conference North was achieved in 2007-08. It was another last day denouement. A draw against Frickley Athletic was enough as rivals Witton Albion lost to Worksop Town.

There were plenty of twists and turns in the 2013-14 season. There was progress in cup competitions and an automatic promotion could still be anticipated at a late stage in the season by the Cod Army. Their team fell short with fourth place and 76 points, five points behind the automatic spots. Play-offs beckoned once again. Two tense semi-final legs against a resurgent York City produced just one goal, from ex-York player Matty Blair. Fleetwood were Wembley-bound for the first time since the 1985 FA Vase final. Their opponents were Burton Albion and the game was decided by a free kick from Antoni Sarcevic which deceived the Burton goalkeeper. It gave Fleetwood a sixth promotion in ten years. There was little rest for Conor McLaughlin who became the first serving Fleetwood Town player to represent his country when he played for Northern Ireland in Uruguay just five days later.

The following season started badly and Fleetwood were bottom after nine games. Manager, Tony Greenwood, was replaced by Micky Mellon in September 2008. Under Mellon there was a recovery to a finishing position of eighth and an FA Cup run which ended at home to Hartlepool United in the Second Round. Promotion was achieved the following season, 200910, but only after a titanic battle with Southport. This involved a controversial episode which developed from Farsley Celtic’s inability to fulfil their fixtures. Ironically, the decision to expunge points gained from Farsley’s games meant that one of the most remarkable goals seen at Highbury was taken from the record books. In January 2010, Jamie Milligan spotted the Farsley goalkeeper off his line and scored from inside his own half. The filmed action on You Tube took Fleetwood Town’s name around the world with millions of ‘hits’. Southport secured the automatic promotion place with Town second. The play-offs beckoned and Fleetwood triumphed with victory over Alfreton Town. They also reached the FA Cup Second Round once again, this time exiting away to Northampton Town.

The 2014-15 season opened with a 2-1 win over Crewe Alexandra. Nathan Pond’s appearance meant that he had represented Fleetwood at seven different levels and it earned him a place in the Guinness Book Of World Records. There were some big teams at this level and grounds which would have comfortably seated the whole of the town of Fleetwood with room to spare. The 2-1 victory at Sheffield United in March 2015 was arguably Fleetwood’s biggest away league win. David Ball’s equaliser at home to Preston North End three weeks later earned him a Ballon d’Or nomination, only the second Englishman to do so, after Wayne Rooney. Despite losing in the first round of all three cup competitions, Fleetwood made a solid start to League One, finishing tenth with 63 points.

Fleetwood arrived at the top table of non-league football and their 2010-11 Blue Square Conference Premier League fixtures kicked off with a 1-1 draw at Rushden and Diamonds. They overcame two early losses by losing just once in 18 matches. A strong set of results towards the end of the season took them to fifth and another play-off situation. Town went down heavily to AFC Wimbledon over two legs.

There was another managerial casualty in the early part of the 2015-16 season with Graham Alexander sacked after his side lost 5-1 to Gillingham. There had been just two wins in the first ten games. Andy Pilley turned to former Scottish international and Coventry City manager, Steven Pressley.

The 2011-12 season started modestly with just two wins in six games. It was to end in triumph as Fleetwood won the title, and a coveted Football League place, with a club record 103 points. Jamie Vardy was the talisman as a twenty-nine match unbeaten run proved decisive. Vardy had been signed from FC Halifax and scored 31

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Results were inconsistent and the side were involved in a bottom eight survival bid. On 20th April, 2016, Sir Alex Ferguson opened the new multi-million pound training ground at Poolfoot Farm in Thornton. The penultimate game of the season, at Walsall, saw Nathan Pond break the club appearance record held by Jack Ainscough. It was Pond’s 422nd game for Town. League One membership was secured on the last day of the season when Fleetwood beat Crewe Alexandra 2-0, finishing 19th on 51 points. It was only a second win in thirteen attempts for Pressley’s side and the manager was to pay the ultimate price.

appearance of former Cod, Jamie Vardy, for Leicester as well as the first goal to be scored in English football using VAR.

Pressley’s departure came relatively late as the 2016-17 season approached and pre-season matches had all but finished. They included a high-profile game at Highbury against Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool. A 26th July departure date for Pressley left little time for new appointment, Uwe Rosler, to settle in but the former Manchester City striker was to make an immediate impact.

Back in October 2017, local lad Billy Crellin had been part of the England U17 World Cup winning squad. He played in goal against Iraq. Towards the end of the season, in March 2018, Life Vice-President, Ted Lowery, passed away, leaving a club in mourning for a great servant. Another club legend, Nathan Pond, moved on to Salford Town after 498 appearances, a club record which may never be beaten.

Five days after Rosler’s departure, Andy Pilley appointed experienced manager, John Sheridan, to execute a rescue act. It proved to be an inspired choice with Sheridan galvanising the team. Five wins and three draws in the next nine games meant that safety was assured well before the end of the season. For Sheridan, however, his stay was brief. Mission accomplished, he was replaced by Joey Barton, moving into his first managerial post.

Rosler’s side had mixed fortunes through the first part of the 2016-17 season and lay 13th in League One when Southport came to Highbury for an FA Cup First Round Replay in November. Fleetwood won 4-1. During the game, the manager changed to a three at the back and kept the system, with startling results. Of the next eighteen games, twelve were won and six drawn. By early March, Fleetwood lay second behind Sheffield United and were attracting yet more attention in the football world. It was the club’s highest ever league position. Yet again, the Cod Army were living the dream. Character and resilience brought success when performances were below par. Vital points were gained with late goals at AFC Wimbledon, at home to Southend and an own goal conceded by Oldham Athletic at Highbury.

Barton brought in experienced players with Premier League experience and backed youngsters. On 11th August, Nathan Sheron became the first academy player to make his EFL debut and, later the same month, James Hill became the club’s youngest-ever player when he played in the Carabao Cup against Leicester City. Barton’s team reserved some of their best performances for higher-placed teams. A 5-0 win at Scunthorpe was Fleetwood’s biggest EFL win while the 1-1 draw at Sunderland was played out between sides which were 120 places apart just ten years earlier. Perhaps the biggest success in the eyes of the faithful was the 3-2 win over Blackpool on 27th October. It was Fleetwood’s first victory against their neighbours. Fleetwood ended the 2018 calendar year in 11th place. Barton gave youth a chance over the second half of the season. Midfielder Barry Baggley became the youngest player to represent Fleetwood in the EFL when he came off the bench at Walsall in March, age 17 years and 57 days. James Hill, qualified as the youngest to start a game, age 17 years 102 days, when he lined up in defence at Bloomfield Road in April. Another youngster, Ryan Rydel, played five times at left back towards the end of the season. There was a welcome win at AFC Wimbledon after two previous defeats this season and notable home victories against Charlton Athletic, the club who were to eventually go up through the play-offs, and Sunderland. Fleetwood came from behind to beat the Black Cats 2-1 and secure one of the biggest results in their history. The season ended at Wycombe a week later with Fleetwood finishing eleventh in League One, on 61 points.

A 4-2 defeat at home to Bolton on 11th March was a setback and Fleetwood had to settle for fourth place and the play-offs. It was a remarkable position nonetheless. There was little to separate Fleetwood and Bradford City in the play-off semi-final. The Yorkshire side went on to Wembley with the only goal coming from a corner in the first leg, at Bradford. The 2017-18 season began on a high with three successive wins. Results then dipped and Uwe Rosler lost his job after a 3-0 defeat at Doncaster on 17th February left his side one place above the drop zone and only separated by goal difference. Before then, there had been an enticing FA Cup Third Round match to look forward to with former Premier League champions, Leicester City. The game finished 0-0 moments after Fleetwood had hit a post. The away leg ended in defeat by 2-0 and was notable both for the much-anticipated

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Having signed for Town on a permanent deal in 2017, the midfielder went on to make 51 appearances for the club. His goal against Northampton came as Town went on a four game winning streak to push the Cod Army into mid-table.

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Kyle Dempsey signed permanently for Fleetwood Town in May 2017 after a successful year-long loan spell from Huddersfield Town.

Cairns signed for Fleetwood in the following summer and he enjoyed a superb first season. Since coming into the side in place of Chris Neal, Cairns has kept 20 clean sheets in 31 matches which helped the Cod Army finish fourth in League One in 2016/17 season.

Preston-born central defender Ashley Eastham joined Fleetwood town before the start of the 2016/17 season after former manager, Steven Pressley, signed him from fellow Sky Bet League One side, Rochdale.

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Former Rotherham United shot stopper Alex Cairns signed for Fleetwood Town on a two year contract ahead of the 2016/17 season.

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Paddy Madden joined the Cod Army on a permanent deal in January 2018 after leaving fellow Sky Bet League One side Scunthorpe United.

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In the 2017/18 season, the central defender made 52 appearances for the club, scoring three goals against Oldham Athletic, Rotherham United and Rochdale. The 27-year old went on to win the Fans’ Player of the Year award, an award he will be proud of winning.

Madden scored 60 goals in all competitions for Scunthorpe United, before he joined Fleetwood Town in January 2018, and scored on his debut in a 2-1 away win against Southend United. He went on to score six goals before the end of the season, and will look to continue that and go one better under Head Coach Joey Barton.


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Manager IS AN ENGLISH PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL MANAGER AND FORMER PLAYER WHO PLAYED AS A MIDFIELDER. He made 269 appearances in the Premier League, including 130 for Manchester City. He is the manager of League One club Fleetwood Town. Barton was born and raised in Huyton, Merseyside. He began his football career with Manchester City in 2002 after working his way through their youth system. His appearances in the first team gradually increased over the following five years and he made more than 150 for the club. He earned his only cap for the England national team in February 2007, despite his criticism of some of the team’s players.

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He then joined Newcastle United for a fee of £5.8 million in July 2007. After four years with the club, he joined Queens Park Rangers in August 2011, from where he was loaned to Marseille in 2012. He returned from his loan spell the following season, and helped QPR to promotion to the Premier League via the Championship play-offs. However, QPR were relegated again, and Barton was released at the end of the season. He signed a one-year deal to play for Burnley in 2015, helping them win promotion to the Premier League, but left to join Rangers in May 2016. In June 2018 he commenced his managerial career with Fleetwood Town.

Early career Barton pursued his dreams of becoming a professional footballer by joining Everton’s youth system, but played for Liverpool when he was 14. He underwent trials at Nottingham Forest, but was rejected when it was decided he was too small to become a footballer. Barton said his rejection by clubs only made him more determined to succeed as a footballer and prove his detractors wrong. He made his first appearance for Manchester City’s under-17s team in 1999. His first reserve-team appearance came at the end of the 2000–01 season, in his final year as a trainee. Uncertain about Barton’s future prospects, the club planned to release him, but reconsidered and gave him his first professional contract in the close season. Over the next two years, he made the transition from the under-19s to regular reserve football. He was promoted to the first-team squad in the 2002–03 season.

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Central defender Steve Macauley has served Fleetwood Town in various capacities. Initially with Manchester City, he helped win the FA Youth Cup in 1986 and joined Fleetwood in July 1988. He starred as they reached the FA Cup first round proper for only the fourth time in 1990-91 and moved to Crewe Alexandra for a club record £25,000 in March 1992. Helping win promotion in 1993-94 and 1996-97, he joined Rochdale in July 2002, then played for Macclesfield and Bamber Bridge. He rejoined Fleetwood in July 2005 and featured in their 2005-06 promotion campaign. Later coach/physio, he has since returned as the club’s head of medical. 23

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Ex-England Youth midfielder Jamie Milligan featured prominently in Fleetwood’s rise from the North West Counties League to Football League. Initially with Everton, gaining top-flight experience, he joined Blackpool in March 2001. He had spells with Macclesfield and Leigh RMI before joining Hyde in December 2003 and was briefly loaned to Fleetwood in August 2004. Rejoining Fleetwood in December 2005, he starred in their 2007-08 Northern Premier League title triumph, then further promotion in 2009-10. He briefly joined AFC Fylde but returned to help win the Conference title in 2011-12, moving to Southport in June 2013, then Stockport County. Striker Jamie Vardy has gained England international recognition since leaving Fleetwood Town. A former Sheffield Wednesday junior, he moved via Stocksbridge Park Steels to Halifax Town for £15,000 in June 2010. He was top scorer and ‘Player of the Year’ in their 2010-11 Northern Premier League title triumph and joined Fleetwood in August 2011. Leading marksman as they won the Conference title and reached the FA Cup third round in 2011-12, he moved to Leicester City for £1,000,000 in May 2012. He made his England debut against Republic of Ireland in June 2015 and was leading scorer in Leicester’s 2015-16 Premier League title success. 25

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Long-serving defender Nathan Pond appeared in a world record seven different divisions for Fleetwood Town. Starting with Lancaster City, he joined Fleetwood in August 2003 and has featured in six promotion successes, helping to win the North West Counties First Division title in 2004-05, then promotion in 200506 and the Northern Premier League title in 2007-08. He appeared in the Cod Army’s 2009-10 Conference North play-off final success and 2011-12 Conference National title triumph. Helping Fleetwood to win promotion again in 2013-14, he passed Jack Ainscough’s club record of 421 appearances and joined Salford City in May 2018.

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MANAGINGTO Tony Greenwood plotted Fleetwood’s meteoric rise through the non-League pyramid. A former player with Bamber Bridge, he had a spell as their assistant-boss and became manager in July 1993. He guided them to promotion in 1994-95, then the UniBond League Premier Division title in 1995-96. Taking charge of Accrington Stanley in July 1996, he then managed Fulwood Amateurs and Bamber Bridge again before becoming Fleetwood’s boss in March 2003. He led the Cod Army from the NW Counties League to Northern Premier League title in 200708. Sacked in October 2008, he returned to Bamber Bridge in March 2009.

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Micky Mellon managed Fleetwood Town to the Conference title and FA Cup third round in 2011-12. Initially with Bristol City, the Scottish midfielder helped win promotion in 1989-90 and joined West Brom for £75,000 in February 1993. He was a promotion winner again that season, moving via Blackpool to Tranmere Rovers for £300,000 in March 2001, then Burnley, Tranmere again, Kidderminster Harriers, Witton Albion and Lancaster. He managed Fleetwood from September 2008 until December 2012, plotting their 2009-10 Conference North play-off final success, then coached at Barnsley before managing Shrewsbury Town and currently Tranmere.

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Fleetwood Town won the Northern Premier League title with 91 points in 2007-08. The new Percy Ronson Stand was opened as part of a major redevelopment at Highbury Stadium. Tony Greenwood’s side built on their League Cup success of the previous season and tracked leaders Witton Albion throughout the campaign. Fleetwood took over at the top after winning 2-1 in their penultimate match at Leek Town, the first goal the Cod Army had conceded in eight successive away games. There was more final day drama as Fleetwood clinched the title with a draw at home to Frickley after rivals Witton Albion suffered a shock 3-0 home defeat by Worksop.

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Jamie Vardy and Andrew Mangan netted 50 goals between them as Fleetwood Town won the Conference title with a club record 103 points in 2011-12. Micky Mellon’s side won only two of their opening six matches but stormed to the top by the end of January. They lost just once in 38 games and drew 1-1 at home to rivals Wrexham watched by 4,994 in midApril, finishing five points above them. The Cod Army also reached the FA Cup third round for the first time, beating Mansfield Town, Wycombe and Yeovil before losing 5-1 at home to Blackpool in front of 5,092. Jamie Vardy was sold to Leicester City for a non-League record fee in May 2012.

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Micky Mellon plotted Fleetwood Town’s 2009-10 Conference North play-off final triumph. Adam Warlow was named the Conference North ‘Player of the Season’, starring as runners-up Fleetwood finished just one point behind Southport. The Cod Army lost only once at home and reached the FA Cup first round before losing 2-1 at Northampton Town. They lost 2-0 at Droylsden in the Conference North playoff semi-final first-leg but won 3-1 in the second-leg watched by 2,862 at Highbury Stadium to level on aggregate and won 5-4 in the penalty shoot-out. Goals by Nathan Pond and Lee Thorpe secured a 2-1 win over Alfreton Town in the play-off final.

Graham Alexander plotted Fleetwood Town’s 2013-14 League Two play-off final success. The Cod Army won six of their opening eight games and went top after Steven Schumacher grabbed a hat-trick in their 4-1 win over Newport County in early November. Antoni Sarcevic emulated his feat in Fleetwood’s thrilling 5-4 victory over Mansfield Town three weeks later and was leading marksman as they qualified for the play-offs in fourth place. Fleetwood beat York City 1-0 in the semi-finals, then Antoni Sarcevic’s goal secured a 1-0 victory over Burton Albion in the Wembley final. Fleetwood lost 3-2 to Chesterfield in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy northern final.


WALKING FOOTBALL TEAM

WALKING FOOTBALL TEAM HAPPY BIRTHDAY BARNET WALKING FOOTBALL TEAM On Friday October 9th 2015, Peter Speroni, Mike Moate & Shaun Sherrick met with the Hive Foundation to discuss setting up a walking football group. We quickly promoted this on the forum and arranged our first fixture with Leyton Orient to get the ball rolling. We played in bibs as we had no kit at that point. Our aim was to promote health and well-being of body and mind through a love of football. In January 2016, we were invited to our first tournament at Uxbridge. As time progressed, the facilities at the Hive provided a great place to meet and drink and our social group grew rapidly with new members joining regularly. Everyone always commented on the wonderful environment of the Hive. It’s certainly been a great asset having such facilities to use for the community team. Our group then split into over 50/60/65 year old teams and the rest is history. We achieved the Middlesex FA Central League double, reached the finals of the EFL Cup at St. George’s Park and have won numerous trophies and medals at other tournaments. We are no longer just a walking football team. We regularly fundraise for local charities, recognising our twin fan base of Barnet & Harrow and most recently raising funds for Mind Mental Health Harrow, Dementia Club UK Barnet and Muswell Hill Foodbank. Next year we take Barnet into Europe, playing in a tournament in the Netherlands against Europe’s elite. The future looks bright for the Barnet WF team and we thank Matt Dixon for his amazing support along with Andreas Georgiou for always helping with pitch bookings but none of this would be possible without our Chairman, Tony Kleanthous. Thank you all for your support. 29

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MATCH REPORT

THE BEES CAME FROM BEHIND TO SECURE ALL THREE POINTS AGAINST CHORLEY AT THE HIVE LONDON THIS AFTERNOON. AFTER MARCUS CARVER GAVE THE MAGPIES A 1-0 LEAD AT THE BREAK, A JACK TAYLOR PENALTY BEFORE MAURO VILHETE’S WINNER GAVE DARREN CURRIE’S SIDE A DESERVED VICTORY.

CHORLEY

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HOW IT HAPPENED

only to see his goalbound effort blocked by a the Magpies defence.

The visitors had the first opening of the game as Ntumba Massanka latched onto a through ball and fired a powerful effort that Scott Loach was equal to.

Nine minutes into the second half Cheye Alexander got in behind but could only fire wide from a tight angle.

10 minutes in and Vilhete had an effort deflected behind for the Bees first corner of the afternoon. The resulting corner was inches away from meeting the head of Dan Sweeney who surely would have put in. Then Darren Currie’s side did have the ball in the net, only to see it ruled out by the linesman for a handball. Three minutes later the Bees broke through again as David Tutonda chased a long ball down, his deflected cross was headed over from six yards out. Marcus Carver unleashed a powerful drive that Loach got a fingertip to send over the bar. Then straight up the other end, James Dunne stretched to send a deep Vilhete cross back across the face of goal. 20 minutes in and Currie’s side had another great chance to take the lead as Josh Walker sent Tutonda’s excellent delivery over the crossbar. Seven minutes later Dunne skipped through the midfield before firing a shot narrowly wide of the upright from 20 yards out.

Three minutes later Walker went close as his effort from the edge of the box deflected wide of the left post, After 61 minutes the Bees were level as Jack Taylor scored from the spot after Tutonda was fouled just inside the area. The Bees continued to dominate proceedings in difficult conditions, Dunne went close as his effort was superbly blocked from eight yards out. With 11 minutes to play Walker raced through on goal but only to be denied by a great stop by Urwin in the Magpies goal. But from the resulting corner the Bees took the lead as the ball was squared for Vilhete to smash into the roof of the South Stand net to put us ahead. With two minutes to go Loach pulled off a great stop at the feet as Massanka to keep his side in front as the added time approached in a rainy Hive London. The Bees retained possession well in the closing five additional minutes to ensure they returned to winning ways after a difficult run of results.

But with half an hour played it was the Magpies who took the lead as Carver acrobatically scored past Loach. It was a bitter blow after Currie’s men dominated the opening 30 minutes.

Barnet FC team:

With five minutes to go before the break, Tutonda turned well on the edge of the area,

Unused subs:

Loach, Alexander, Johnson, Reynolds (C), Dunne, Boucaud (J Taylor ‘45), Vilhete, Elito (Fonguck ‘80), Walker, Tutonda, Sweeney (Mason-Clark ‘52)

Matrevics, Akinola


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REACTION TO CHORLEY WIN

Darren Currie


Darren Currie was pleased that the Bees returned to winning ways last weekend, as we came from behind to secure all three points against Chorley at The Hive London. The Bees fell behind in the first half to Marcus Carver’s acrobatic effort, but responded in the second half through Jack Taylor’s spot kick before Mauro Vilhete scored the all the important winning goal. The boss was pleased to see his team pick up a deserved three points, after a recent run of difficult results.

I thought the second half in Harrogate we saw the old Mauro and i saw signs of him getting back fitness wise and sharpness wise. He has then backed it up again today (Saturday) and he looked a real threat for us.

“We have won and that’s the most important thing, it is crucial that we did on the back of the two results we had on the road lately. We have played better and lost, but the boys showed great character.”

For him to get a goal was crucial for him but it was also really crucial for us. He is a key player for us and he is certainly showing signs he’s returning to his old self. I am pleased for him, because he’s come back to be a real asset for us.

What it showed me is that we are low on confidence, but to come back in any game and win takes great character, so I am really pleased for the boys.

Currie is now hoping that last weekend’s morale boosting victory over the Magpies can spur his side on to cause an upset against Fleetwood Town this afternoon.

It’s all about winning football matches, we certainly have played better but we had several opportunities. We kept going till the final whistle, so there is plenty of fight in this group, I’m hoping the victory can be a turning point for us. Mauro Vilhete was the man to take the credit for the winning goal and the gaffer was keen to praise the Bees number 20 who like the rest of his teammates didn’t give up all afternoon.

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You know my feelings on FA Cup football, we made a name for ourselves last season. We welcome Fleetwood and we will be in high confidence after the win. If we play to our maximum, then of course we give ourselves a chance of getting a positive result.


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HARROGATE AWAY POSTCARD A trip to Harrogate had come at a perfect time for me as it was also my reading week at university. This meant I could come home, making it an away day right on my doorstep. Harrogate is on the train line that runs by my house so me and Mum decided we were going to make an afternoon of it, getting to Harrogate around 3:30. After a little bit of shopping, we treated ourselves to some cake at Bettys (it’d be rude not to!) before heading to the ground. It’s about a 20 minute walk to the ground so we were there around 7pm waiting for my Dad. A couple of Harrogate fans were commending the fact we had travelled so far although I think they were less impressed once they heard my accent and found out we had only come from Leeds! Once Dad eventually turned up, we entered into the away end to get some food. I was absolutely buzzing when I saw they did chips and gravy, so that went down a treat whilst watching the teams warm up before they came out for kick off. Just 15 minutes into the game, the opposition took the lead through a corner and 4 minutes later they doubled their advantage with Smith slotting the ball in the net. However, on 36 minutes we were able to get a goal back when David Tutonda did brilliantly to receive the ball in the box and bang it home. This took us into half time with a one goal deficit. After a nice cuppa and some chocolate at half time, the teams were out for the second half. We started the second half well with a header from Dan Sweeney that went just inches over the bar. We were also playing some nice football down the side with Harry Taylor and Mauro Vilhete causing their defence problems. On 75 minutes, after a heavy challenge on Sweeney the game erupted a bit but once it all calmed down, Harrogate were reduced to 10 men with Stead receiving a straight red for his challenge. We were even stronger going forward now and on 89 minutes, the ref should’ve given us a penalty after a handball in the box but he waved it away. In the 6 minutes of injury time, we kept looking for our equaliser with Walker coming the closest to scoring but having his chance saved. Unfortunately, the ref blew for full time before we could get the goal. Currie and the team came over to applaud the 102 travelling fans before we left the ground. Me and my parents made our way to the street next to the ground where my Dad had parked and set off on our short journey home. Being so local, I was sat on the sofa with a hot chocolate just after 10pm which was a lovely feeling after a cold night. Although I was disappointed as I felt the result didn’t reflect the game, I was impressed with our performance.

To: Barnet Football Club Address : The Hive London, HA8 6AG From: Carla Devine

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6. I have a painting on my wall depicting my only final as a spectator, 1993, but name the opponents and the scorer of the winning goal 7. In 1873, who contested the second Final? 8. Name the beaten Semi Finalists last season. 9. Who eliminated Fleetwood in the third round last January? 10. Joe Gibney made every single round, and we chronicled his journey. Which teams did we both see contest the Quarter Final, and what was unusual about this game?

Local derby 333 on my Groundhoppers list is the first ever competitive meeting between Brecon Northcote, and their older, more illustrious neighbours, Brecon Corries. Not quite sure how such a small town gained two sides, but the rivalry is every bit as intense as when Barnet played Enfield. Disappointingly, unlike today no Sky TV coverage in Brecon.

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1. Bury in 1903, and, possibly less well remembered than the Shakers, Blackburn beat Sheffield Wednesday by the same score in 1890

5. In 2017 two Non-League sides reached the last 16 for the first time. Name them

September 2012 was at Highbury Stadium for the first and only time, when Edgar Davids’ Barnet, as we traded at the time, lost 2-1. A lot of water has passed under the bridge in the intervening seven years. As I write these notes, Fleetwood were looking forward to a journey to Bolton, when only a few months earlier there was the very real threat that Wanderers might actually go the same way as Bury. There are too many imponderables and variables at present in Football.

2. Raheem Stirling, Gabriel Jesus

4. Barnet eventually bowed out to Brentford after a replay. Who were their opponents in their previous Fourth Round tie?

FLEETWOOD

3. West Ham and Bolton

3. Name the teams who contested the famous White Horse Final at Wembley?

4. Plymouth

2. Which players both scored a brace, to entertain our correspondent, Joe Gibney?

ANSWERS

5. Sutton and Lincoln

1. Last season Manchester City famously won the treble, scoring six in the Final. Who were the previous teams to have achieved this?

6. The Arsenal beat Sheffield Wednesday in the replay, as Andy Linighan rose majestically like a salmon

One side I’ve yet to visit, maybe one day I shall add to my footballgroundsmap.com list, but Chichester may yet feature in other quizzes. They were, of course, given a bye in this round of the Cup, and generously donated some money to Bury, whose sad demise caused this unusual occurrence. Neither side played last weekend, the inclement weather causing Chichester to have a free Saturday, whilst photos circulated of the immaculate Gigg Lane pitch, which the groundsman still tends, in hope of a revival, maybe next season

7. The Wanderers and Oxford University

Our longest run in the competition was last season, famously outlasting both Tottenham and the Arsenal. Recently I dined out on the “what’s the time? Ten past Tottenham gag” but 2019 is another year, so here is another Cup Quiz…

8. Wolves and Brighton

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9. AFC Wimbledon

FA Cup

The evening that Barnet lost at Harrogate the fate of the nation was being decided with the General Election date decided at the second time of asking. In the sixties the American comedian Tom Lehrer appeared on That Was the Week That Was, the celebrated and innovative BBC show. Never comfortable with fame, Lehrer retired from showbiz in 1973, declaring satire was obsolete with Henry Kissinger receiving the Nobel Peace Prize. The same could be said for recent events in British politics. “Satire is dead”, is the phrase I’ve used when observing Westminster, but also some of the bizarre goings on regarding football on Social Media. I’m really too old for this nonsense, but good luck to Barnet this Sunday lunchtime. Henry the K is a big Fleetwood fan, so he will be watching.

10. Manchester City luckily and cruelly won the game, a Second successive Quarter Final for the mighty Swans

Alex Jones Digresses

December 12th


LONDON BEES

M ATCH R EP O R T

LONDON BEES

THE BEES SECURED A BONUS-POINT VICTORY AS THEY BEAT CHARLTON ATHLETIC 4-2 ON PENALTIES FOLLOWING A GOALLESS DRAW AT THE HIVE LONDON.

LONDON BEES

LONDON BEES

(4-2 PENS)

The Addicks enjoyed large spells of the game, but couldn’t find their way past a resilient Bees defence, backed up by a great individual performance by Megen Lynch in between the sticks. The visitors dominated the early stages of the game, as Ellie Dorey forced home debutant Megen Lynch into an early stop. The pressure continued throughout the half as Charlie Devlin had a couple of efforts that whistled over Lynch’s goal. Charlton’s best effort was superbly cleared off the line by Hayley West after the midfielder had rounded Lynch. West was at it again moments later as she put in a brilliant tackle as the visitors broke into the Bees box. The Bees defended resolutely in the first half against a side who had several key players return from injury, on a damp afternoon in North London. Lynch’s final act of the half was to get down to save yet again from Devlin as she fired a strike towards the corner as the teams headed to dressing rooms goalless. Into the second half and just after the hour mark Merrick Will was a shown a red card for a second bookable offence, it was a sucker punch for the Bees after they started the second half well. The visitors then piled on immense pressure throughout the game, but the Bees stood firm to keep themselves in with a chance of taking the game to penalties.

CHARLTON ATHLETIC

Devlin rattled the crossbar with five minutes left to play, as everyone in The Hive’s nerves started to jangle with the prospect of penalties looming large. A succession of set-pieces then followed in injury time but to a player, the Bees gave their absolute everything to make sure they would take at least a point from their London rivals. Penalties then followed as Horwood, Pickett, Devlin, and Newborough scored their respective kicks to make the score two goals apiece. Nikita Whinnett stepped up next but agonisingly saw her spot-kick strike the post, but she was reprieved as Megen Lynch saved brilliantly from Wilson to keep us level. Alexander scored our fourth kick, before player of the match Lynch made a heroic, stupendous stop from Griffiths kick to leave Georgia Robert the chance to win the game. Our number five stepped up and converted to give Lee Burch’s side an extra bonus point and to secure yet another London derby victory in the Conti Cup. The Bees return to league action in two weeks’ time as they make the long trip to Durham in FA Women’s Championship action.


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WHAT’S THE BUZZ

What’s the

Buzz?

“The incident has been reported to the police and CCTV footage has been obtained” said a Billericay Town club statement, after their New Lodge stadium was broken into in the early hours of Saturday morning. “The pitch damage will be swiftly rectified. The BTFC family is bigger than incidents of this nature”. The Essex side were due to host Weymouth in a National League South fixture, but the game was forced to be postponed, due to the damaged caused by the vandals. The incident involved the ground being broken in to overnight, and two vehicles being driven across the pitch, which caused heavy damage, with the pitch having already been in a poor condition due to the recent wet weather. However, the clubs’ clubhouse was kept open for the day for supporters to watch the rugby World Cup final and the other televised football games.

This weekend saw the second round proper of the FA Vase take place, with several of our local sides in action. The draw for round three took place yesterday, but before the time of this programme being written, so it is yet unknown who the winners will face next. Walthamstow were beaten 3-2 at home by AFC Uckfield Town, Oxhey Jets were defeated 4-1 away at Deal Town, Colney Heath lost 1-0 at home to Stowmarket Town and FC Broxbourne Borough were defeated 6-1 away at Leighton Town. Other notable results included: Wythenshawe Town drawing 5-5 away at Northwich Victoria, Longridge Town defeating Thornaby 6-4, and Eastbourne Town winning 7-1 away at Windsor. 42

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Chesterfield have become the latest non league club to be caught up in racism allegations. Last Thursday saw the club receive a complaint from one of their own fans that some other fans had sung a racist chant about the Spirites’ own player Mike Fondop. The incident, which took place at the Derbyshire sides’ 1-0 home win over Notts County last weekend, was reported to the club, the FA and the organisation Kick It Out. “Supporters are reminded that racist comments or chants at the Proact Stadium will not be tolerated and could result in offenders being prosecuted” said a club statement. “Club officials have launched an investigation following a formal complaint received from a Chesterfield supporter who attended Saturday’s game against Notts County”.

Maidenhead United have signed former Barnet player Ibra Sekajja from Gosport Borough. The player started his career at Crystal Palace, where he was loaned out to several clubs, including the Bees back in the 2012/13 season, where he made four appearances for us. After being released by the Eagles in 2014, he had a short spell in Scotland with Inverness CT and Livingston, before returning to England to play for several non league sides, including Braintree Town, Hemel Hempstead Town and Dulwich Hamlet. He also featured once for England U16, despite being from Uganda. He featured for United in their 2-0 away defeat to Aldershot Town on Saturday, coming on as a substitute alongside another former Bee, Bernard Mensah

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2019/ 20 PLAYING STATISTICS SEASON

KEY

Date Sat Aug 3 Tue Aug 6 Sat Aug 10 Tue Aug 13 Sat Aug 17 Sat Aug 24 Mon Aug 26 Sat Aug 31 Sat Sep 14 Tue Sep 17 Sat Sep 21 Tue Sep 24 Sat Sep 28 Tue Oct 1 Sat Oct 5 Tue Oct 8 Sat Oct 12 Sat Oct 19 Tue Oct 22 Sat Oct 26 Tue Oct 29 Sat Nov 2 Sun Nov 10 Sat Nov 16 Sat Nov 23 Tue Nov 26 Sat Nov 30 Sat Dec 7 Sat Dec 14 Sat Dec 21 Wed Dec 26 Sat Dec 28 Wed Jan 1 Sat Jan 4 Sat Jan 11 Sat Jan 18 Sat Jan 25 Sat Feb 1 Sat Feb 8 Sat Feb 15 Sat Feb 22 Sat Feb 29 Wed Mar 4 Sat Mar 7 Sat Mar 14 Sat Mar 21 Sat Mar 28 Sat Apr 4 Fri Apr 10 Mon Apr 13 Sat Apr 18 Sat Apr 25

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Playing Substitute

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Yeovil Town Sutton United Notts County Dover Athletic Chesterfield Wrexham Torquay United Eastleigh Maidenhead United Aldershot Town FC Halifax Town Ebbsfleet United Solihull Moors AFC Fylde Dagenham & Redbridge Bromley Woking Potters Bar Town (4Q) Potters Bar Town (4QR) Hartlepool United Harrogate Town Chorley Fleetwood Town (FA CUP) Stockport County Barrow Ebbsfleet United Solihull Moors AFC Fylde Buildbase FA Trophy 1 Maidenhead United Boreham Wood Aldershot Town Boreham Wood FC Halifax Town Emirates FA Cup 3 Dagenham & Redbridge Bromley Hartlepool United Woking Harrogate Town Chorley Barrow Emirates FA Cup 5 Stockport County Yeovil Town Sutton United Dover Athletic Notts County Torquay United Wrexham Chesterfield Eastleigh

H A A H H A H A H H A A H A A H H A H A A H H H A H A H A H A A H H A H A H A H A A H A H A H A H

KO Result Att 15:00 1-0 1,666 19:45 1-1 1,761 17:20 2-1 4,096 19:45 0-1 1,143 15:00 2-2 1,119 15:00 1-1 4,533 15:00 2-2 1,621 15:00 2-1 1,922 15:00 1-0 1,086 19:45 2-0 1,069 15:00 2-4 1,941 19:45 0-3 805 15:00 0-0 1,052 19:45 4-0 997 15:00 1-1 1,556 19:45 1-2 1,083 15:00 2-2 1.651 12:50 1-1 2,011 19:45 3-1 1,466 15:00 0-2 3,089 19:45 1-2 1,121 15:00 2-1 1,040

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Player Started Match

Away 553 317 155 146 247 56 400 100 105

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MATCHES PLAYED HOME WIN HOME DRAW HOME LOSE AWAY WIN AWAY DRAW AWAY LOSE WINS DRAWS LOSES GOALS SCORED GOALS CONCEDED DIFFERENCE POINTS

POSITION

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Bromley

20

6

3

1

4

3

3

10

6

4

34

24

10

36

2

Yeovil Town

19

6

2

2

5

0

4

11

2

6

32

21

11

35

3

FC Halifax Town

20

5

1

4

6

1

3

11

2

7

29

25

4

34

4

Barrow

19

6

0

3

5

1

4

11

1

7

34

24

10

32

5

Torquay United

20

6

1

3

4

3

3

10

4

6

38

30

8

31

6

Solihull Moors

20

8

0

2

2

3

5

10

3

7

29

20

9

31

7

Harrogate Town

20

6

2

2

3

3

4

9

5

6

27

24

3

30

8

Notts County

20

5

4

1

3

3

4

8

7

5

32

20

12

28

9

Woking

20

3

4

3

5

3

2

8

7

5

30

26

4

27

10 Barnet

20

4

4

2

3

3

4

7

7

6

27

26

1

27

11 Eastleigh

20

4

5

1

3

2

5

7

7

6

25

26

-1

27

12 Dover Athletic

19

2

3

5

6

1

2

8

4

7

24

25

-1

26

13 Hartlepool United

20

3

3

4

4

3

3

7

6

7

27

27

0

25

14 Dagenham & Redbridge

19

4

3

3

3

3

3

7

6

6

22

23

-1

25

15 Boreham Wood

20

3

3

4

4

2

4

7

5

8

27

23

4

25

16 Maidenhead United

20

2

3

5

5

1

4

7

4

9

23

22

1

25

17 Stockport County

19

5

0

4

2

4

4

7

4

8

21

30

-9

25

18 Chesterfield

19

3

2

4

2

5

3

5

7

7

25

30

-5

21

19 Aldershot Town

20

3

2

5

3

2

5

6

4

10

19

24

-5

20

20 AFC Fylde

19

3

3

3

2

3

5

5

6

8

23

33

-10

19

Wrexham

20

4

4

2

0

3

7

4

7

9

22

29

-7

16

22 Ebbsfleet United

20

1

3

6

3

2

5

4

5

11

28

38

-10

16

23 Sutton United

19

1

4

5

2

3

4

3

7

9

18

25

-7

16

24 Chorley

20

1

4

5

0

6

4

1

10

9

14

35

-21

13

21

49

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