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And the woolwich pikeys in the french league or south London premier league
Next we will be looking for teams to play surrounded by their support and Man-U looking for a new ground in Surrey

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Agree. We should beat this side comfortably but they'll be up for it and will fight all the way.

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I remember a few years ago we drew a club from a similar level cant remember their name now but the game was a bit of an embarrassment we won 9-1 but it could have been 15 it was so one sided.
Wardy felt so sorry for them he scored a spectacular own goal for them.
We might not score as many goals this time but I think it will be very comfortable.
How Gravesend must envy our draw!

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Somersett Ambury V&E was their name. Lee Boylan came off the bench and scored a hattrick that day.

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I`d settle for 1-0, into the next round and £10 000 in the bank. I wonder if any Hallen fans have been reading this forum?

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Merv - Devided loyalties then?

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im looking forward to a team coming to the lane and playing their hearts out. there is nothing like a good cup game to get the spirits goin

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Hi,

I'm a Hallen player and it's quite intersting to read some of the posts on here. We are massive, massive underdogs and if playing standard comes into it your boys should win comfortably, but this is the FA Cup and shocks do happen occasionally. We're looking forward to playing against a team from a much higher standard, and as long as we finsih the game knowing we've tried our best we'll be happy.

Whatever happens hopefully we'll be made to feel welcome, and we look forward to having a few drinks with players and supporters after the game.

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I'm a Hallen player and as long as we finsih the game knowing we've tried our best we'll be happy.


Thats why the players you will be against are playing that much higher up the football chain than yourselves
If you lose take the pain and use it to improve

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Don't get me wrong, we'll be absolutely gutted if we lose, but what more can you do than give 100%. If at the end of the game we've done that and lost, then we'll be disappointed, but we'll take it on the chin and wish your boys all the best in the next round.

Like I said, upsets do happen though, and if we have a good day and get you on a bad day, then you never know. It sounds like you've upset a few higher level teams in the past so you know it can happen.

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Get your jabs up to date before visiting this primative island Mr Hallen player, if you thought Bristol was a dump you ain't seen nothing yet <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/Rofl.gif" alt="" />

Don't expect a decent ground or a decent crowd, two men and a dog probably, but good luck anyway in case you hadn't realised nobody likes Canvey!


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Hi,

I'm a Hallen player and it's quite intersting to read some of the posts on here. We are massive, massive underdogs and if playing standard comes into it your boys should win comfortably, but this is the FA Cup and shocks do happen occasionally. We're looking forward to playing against a team from a much higher standard, and as long as we finsih the game knowing we've tried our best we'll be happy.

Whatever happens hopefully we'll be made to feel welcome, and we look forward to having a few drinks with players and supporters after the game.


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you will be made to feel welcome, it is only the intellectually devoid we hate, isn't that right RJ

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I thought they were the only sort of fans you had <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/Rofl.gif" alt="" />


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you will be made to feel welcome, it is only the intellectually devoid we hate, isn't that right RJ


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well that just proves how devoid you are, LOL

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Forest is that you?

Shouldn't you be surfing for porn?

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Hallen lad, dont listen to that twat RJ. Canvey might not be as up market as where he crawls out from under, but we will make you welcome and you will have a great day out! Look forward to your visit.

If you want to see a right old state, just look over our sea wall at Gravesend! What a f***ing Sh*thole!

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Cheers chalky boy......I kind of guessed that RJ isn't a friend of Canvey Island from some of the stuff he's said on this and other posts!

I look forward to our visit next week-end, and hopefully it'll be a good game.......even if we are massive, masive underdogs.

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Friend of Canvey Island?? his mother! left him outside Battersea dogs home, friend is not a word he understands

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he was only left outside becaus eBattersea wouldnt except him, to ugly or something

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i heard his mother use to tie a pork chop around his neck so the dog would play with him




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