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that's soooooooooooooo funny I just can't stop laughing.

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How refreshing to discover a woman who enjoys a good laugh.

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Ha ha lee very funny moran <img border="0" title="" alt="[Mad]" src="images/icons/mad.gif" />

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Wimbledon putting Burnley out of the FA Cup 3rd round in 1974. That was the first time a non-league side beat a 1st division side.

Followed that by holding Leeds to a 0-0 draw in the 4th round at Elland Road, but lost the replay - which was, ironically, played at Selhurst Park not Plough Lane.

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Enfield beating the O's at the third attemp in 89.

Really hard to go through three matches being a supporter of both sides.

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Not so much a massive shock, as Wimbledon FC were near the bottom of the old div 3 at the time (when there were four!) and Enfield were in the Conference, but I was happy when Enfield turned them over 4-1. Very pleasing seeing Beasant concede that many. <img src="/forums/images/icons/laugh.gif" alt="" />

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Hey sorry this one is a bit late. I suppose that i'm a glory-hunter because i support a middleing non-league team that i didn't even now about Coventry etc when i started supporting the team i was 8.
BTW The brownies uniform looks nicer than our kit.
The greatest cup shock of last season was Sutton 5 Eastleigh 1. Shocking because Sutton won

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No, Wimbledon were still in the Southern League, and it was 1975 and it was AWAY at Turf Moor. I think Burnley were 4th in the 1st division at the time.

And to hold the champions and European Cup finalists Leeds United 0-0 AT ELLAND ROAD in the next round has got to be one of the greatest achievements of any non-league club.

As far as I can remember all of the other famous non-league/lower league giant-killings were home games (i.e. Sutton, Hereford, Wrexham etc.)

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dont be silly, the brownies uniform is really minging, they have to wear brown tracksuit trousers with a line down the fornt and yellow hats, they look so stoopid.

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<blockquote><font class="small">Quote LimoWomble:</font><hr />
No, Wimbledon were still in the Southern League, and it was 1975 and it was AWAY at Turf Moor. I think Burnley were 4th in the 1st division at the time.

And to hold the champions and European Cup finalists Leeds United 0-0 AT ELLAND ROAD in the next round has got to be one of the greatest achievements of any non-league club.

As far as I can remember all of the other famous non-league/lower league giant-killings were home games (i.e. Sutton, Hereford, Wrexham etc.)

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Not forgetting Dickie Guy saving a penalty from 'hot shot' Lorimer.




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