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F.A Cup Round One

Glassworld Stadium

8/11/2008, 3pm K.O


Referee: Scott Rushton

HistonSwindon Town
Wright 66
Danny Naisbitt     Phil Smith     11
Lanre Oyebanjo     Jack Smith    
Matthew Langston     Pat Kanyuka    
Patrick Ada     Hasney Aljofree    
Gareth Gwillim     Michael Timlin    
Antonio Murray     46 Jon-Paul McGovern    
M. Mitchell-King     Michael Pook    
Josh Simpson     Lee Peacock    
Jamie Barker     Anthony McNamee     68
Jack Midson     Simon Cox    
Danny Wright     84 Billy Paynter     69
Erkan Okay     Peter Brezovan     11
Craig Pope     Craig Easton    
John Kennedy     Kevin Amankwaah    
Neil Andrews     Barry Corr     69
Damian Reeves     84 Mark Marshall     68
Joe Welch     Lilian Nalis    
N. Knight-Percival     46 Sean Morrison    
Game Statistics
Goal Attempts
On Target
Yellow Cards
Red Cards
Histon advance to the second round of the FA Cup.

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Date:Saturday November 8 2008
Time: 8:30PM


Anyone else think the match reports & TV commentary on the bizarre disallowed goal were some way from the truth? In my mind there was no question that the town players were arguing that you can't score straight from the throw in and the ref was telling them that you can. By the reaction of the players and the way they complained for almost 5 minutes you could see that this was the case. The fact that the decision was finally changed by the 4th official intervening, and that the ref then gave a goal kick, proves it in my view. The ref clearly did not know the rules. If, as claimed, the goal was disallowed for a push, then the 4th official would not have been allowed to step in like that, it is only in the case of an error in a point of law that they can do this. Still, it matters not, Town didn't take advantage of the let off, and didn't muster anything you could call a threatening attack till the last 5 minutes. So much for the run of good form.
09/11/2008 11:14:00
stats say they did enough to win it....
10/11/2008 16:07:00
We got them next what they like.?
Tiny T
11/11/2008 09:11:00
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