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Author Topic: Checkatrade FL Trophy Quarter Finals (Tue 22nd JAN 2019)  (Read 694 times)

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Bristol Rovers FC (First Team) v Port Vale FC (First Team)
EFL Trophy    
Referee: Donohue, Matthew
Assistant Referee: Taylor, Grant
Assistant Referee: Wilding, Darren
Fourth Official: Sarginson, Christopher

Bury FC (First Team) v Oxford United (First Team)
EFL Trophy    
Referee: Bramall, Thomas
Assistant Referee: Clayton, Alan
Assistant Referee: Cropp, Barry
Fourth Official: Salisbury, Graham

Portsmouth FC (First Team) v Peterborough United FC (First Team)
EFL Trophy    
Referee: Woolmer, Andy
Assistant Referee: Crysell, Adam
Assistant Referee: Howson, Akil
Fourth Official: Huxtable, Brett

Sunderland AFC (First Team) v Manchester City FC (Reserve Team)
EFL Trophy    
Referee: Salisbury, Michael
Assistant Referee: Grunnill, Wayne
Assistant Referee: Mellor, Gareth
Fourth Official: Stockbridge, Sebastian

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I suspect the authorities will be breathing a sigh of relief that Man City Res / Academy went out 0-2 at Sunderland last night, leaving the semis and final to be contested by L1 / L2 clubs, which is how (imo) it should be. 

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I suspect the authorities will be breathing a sigh of relief that Man City Res / Academy went out 0-2 at Sunderland last night, leaving the semis and final to be contested by L1 / L2 clubs, which is how (imo) it should be.
Now they can concentrate on warming the balls for the semi final draw so that a Portsmouth v Sunderland final remains a possibility. :P
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I suspect the authorities will be breathing a sigh of relief that Man City Res / Academy went out 0-2 at Sunderland last night, leaving the semis and final to be contested by L1 / L2 clubs, which is how (imo) it should be.
Now they can concentrate on warming the balls for the semi final draw so that a Portsmouth v Sunderland final remains a possibility. :P

It would certainly be more of a crowd puller than Bury v Bristol Rovers. We shall find out in 48 hours.