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Haydnator

FA Cup 2017/18 - 3rd round draw @ 7pm 04/12/17

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We're number 28.

1 Bournemouth
2 Arsenal
3 Aston Villa
4 Barnsley
5 Birmingham City
6 Bolton Wanderers
7 Brentford
8 Brighton and Hove Albion
9 Bristol City
10 Burnley
11 Burton Albion
12 Cardiff City
13 Chelsea
14 Crystal Palace
15 Derby County
16 Everton
17 Fulham
18 Huddersfield Town
19 Hull City
20 Ipswich Town
21 Leeds United
22 Leicester City
23 Liverpool
24 Manchester City
25 Manchester United
26 smoggies
27 Millwall
28 Newcastle
29 Norwich City
30 Nottingham Forest
31 Preston
32 QPR
33 Reading
34 Sheffield United
35 Sheffield Wednesday
36 Southampton
37 Stoke City
38 mackems
39 Swansea City
40 Tottenham
41 Watford
42 West Bromwich Albion
43 West Ham
44 Wolves
45 Woking / Peterborough United
46 MK Dons
47 Newport County
48 Wycombe Wanderers
49 Port Vale / Yeovil Town
50 Shrewsbury Town
51 Doncaster Rovers
52 Slough or Rochdale
53 AFC Wimbledon
54 Stevenage
55 Mansfield Town
56 Luton Town
57 Bradford City
58 Blackburn Rovers / Crewe Alexandra
59 AFC Fylde / Wigan Athletic
60 Gillingham / Carlisle United
61 Notts County
62 Forest Green Rovers /  Exeter City
63 Fleetwood Town / Hereford United
64 Coventry City

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I'd like a home tie. Only 2 of our last 10 3rd round ties have been at home. Preferably against a shite Championship side who always throw the cup, QPR, Burton etc. A low ranked team would be good apart from bloody Hereford. If we had to have an away tie, then selfishly I'd like Hull away. Don't want the mackems.

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Can we actually get a Premier League side in the 3rd round?

 

By the way, put money on Manchester United getting a home tie against lower league opposition. Someone like Millwall.

 

I'd like AFC Wimbledon, selfishly. Or maybe an away day at Port Vale.

 

Mind you, knowing our luck we'll get drawn away to an unglamorous Premier League side like Burnley or Watford and be put away after we field a severely weakened side.

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1 minute ago, The Fish said:

Can we actually get a Premier League side in the 3rd round?

 

By the way, put money on Manchester United getting a home tie against lower league opposition. Someone like Millwall.

 

I'd like AFC Wimbledon, selfishly. Or maybe an away day at Port Vale.

 

Mind you, knowing our luck we'll get drawn away to an unglamorous Premier League side like Burnley or Watford and be put away after we field a severely weakened side.

Aye we can. Got Watford away under McClaren.

 

Yep. Live on TV as per.

 

AFC Wimbledon at home I think would be a cracking tie.

 

And yep. That's the usual tbh. Boring tie away at a shite club in the same league where we play lads from the u21s.

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It doesn't matter who we get as a weak side will eventually be knocked out.

It's a damn shame that the FA Cup has been so undervalued.

Giving the FA Cup winners a place in the Champions League ( instead of 4th place ) would help fix the problem I think.

  

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1 minute ago, Tdansmith said:

It doesn't matter who we get as a weak side will eventually be knocked out.

It's a damn shame that the FA Cup has been so undervalued.

Giving the FA Cup winners a place in the Champions League ( instead of 4th place ) would help fix the problem I think.

  

Crystal Palace, Aston Villa, Hull City, Wigan Athletic and Stoke City say hi.

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1 minute ago, Haydnator said:

Crystal Palace, Aston Villa, Hull City, Wigan Athletic and Stoke City say hi.

You forgot Portsmouth, but i get your point. But we all know most clubs don't take it seriously, unfortunately, as I love the FA Cup.

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Btw does anyone think giving the FA cup winners a place in the Champions League would be a good idea or not ?

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Newcastle United are 50/1 to win the FA Cup this season. 

My usual fiver will be invested.

It's the hope that kills you :D

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It'll be the derby game on tv; not Brighton v Palace, Boro v Sunderland, not even Liverpool v Everton. But Man United v fucking Derby.

 

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13 minutes ago, The Fish said:

It'll be the derby game on tv; not Brighton v Palace, Boro v Sunderland, not even Liverpool v Everton. But Man United v fucking Derby.

 

All four of those matches could be on the telly, between BT and BBC

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18 minutes ago, Tdansmith said:

All four of those matches could be on the telly, between BT and BBC

 

Cool.

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On 04/12/2017 at 5:18 PM, The Fish said:

Can we actually get a Premier League side in the 3rd round?

 

By the way, put money on Manchester United getting a home tie against lower league opposition. Someone like Millwall.

 

I'd like AFC Wimbledon, selfishly. Or maybe an away day at Port Vale.

 

Mind you, knowing our luck we'll get drawn away to an unglamorous Premier League side like Burnley or Watford and be put away after we field a severely weakened side.

:lol:

 

Smiled when I seen this and smiled a bit more when it inevitably came to pass.

:good:

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