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Fri 3rd Dec 2021
Gateshead FC (First Team) v Charlton Athletic FC (First Team)       Live on ITV4
FA Cup    
Referee: Reeves, Tom
Assistant Referee: Bickerdike, Johnathon
Assistant Referee: Avent, David
Fourth Official: Stockbridge, Sebastian

Rotherham United FC (First Team) v Stockport County FC (First Team)
FA Cup    
Referee: Yates, Ollie
Assistant Referee: Plane, Steven
Assistant Referee: Hall, Bradley
Fourth Official: Smith, Matthew

Sat 4th Dec 2021
AFC Wimbledon (First Team) v Cheltenham Town (First Team)
FA Cup    
Referee: Young, Alan
Assistant Referee: Begley, Michael
Assistant Referee: Marks, Louis
Fourth Official: Crowhurst, Leigh

Bristol Rovers (First Team) v Sutton United FC (First Team)
FA Cup    
Referee: Drysdale, Darren
Assistant Referee: O'Shea, Declan
Assistant Referee: Wade, Christopher
Fourth Official: Shaw, Simon

Burton Albion FC (First Team) v Port Vale FC (First Team)
FA Cup    
Referee: Coy, Martin
Assistant Referee: Smedley, Ian
Assistant Referee: Cheosiaua, Ravel
Fourth Official: Massey-Ellis, Robert

Buxton FC (First Team) v Morecambe FC (First Team)         Live on BBC One and BBC iPlayer
FA Cup    
Referee: Swabey, Lee
Assistant Referee: Parry, Matthew
Assistant Referee: Brown, Conor
Fourth Official: Speedie, Benjamin

Cambridge United FC (First Team) v Exeter City FC (First Team)
FA Cup    
Referee: Rock, David
Assistant Referee: Yates, Paul
Assistant Referee: Blunden, Darren Ward, Christopher
Fourth Official: Cook, Daniel

Carlisle United (First Team) v Shrewsbury Town FC (First Team)
FA Cup    
Referee: Barrott, Samuel
Assistant Referee: Woodward, Daniel Freeman, Lee
Assistant Referee: Newhouse, Paul
Fourth Official: Bancroft, James

Doncaster Rovers FC (First Team) v Mansfield Town F.C. (First Team)
FA Cup    
Referee: Stockbridge, Sebastian
Assistant Referee: Williams, Darren
Assistant Referee: Isherwood, Chris
Fourth Official: Atkin, Robert

Ipswich Town F.C. (First Team) v Barrow AFC (First Team)
FA Cup    
Referee: Purkiss, Sam
Assistant Referee: Wilson, Marc
Assistant Referee: Farrell, Conor
Fourth Official: Butler, Stuart

Leyton Orient FC (First Team) v Tranmere Rovers FC (First Team)
FA Cup    
Referee: Oldham, James
Assistant Referee: Maskell, Garry
Assistant Referee: Whitaker, Ryan
Fourth Official: Stokes, Joseph

Lincoln City FC (First Team) v Hartlepool United FC (First Team)
FA Cup    
Referee: Madley, Robert
Assistant Referee: Taylor, Grant
Assistant Referee: Bickle, Oliver
Fourth Official: Jones, Mark

Portsmouth FC (First Team) v Harrogate Town FC (First Team)
FA Cup    
Referee: Mather, Simon
Assistant Referee: Amey, Justin
Assistant Referee: Flynn, Daniel Bennett, Andy
Fourth Official: Hughes, Steven

Walsall FC (First Team) v Swindon Town FC (First Team)
FA Cup    
Referee: Wright, Peter
Assistant Referee: Clayton, Alan
Assistant Referee: Gratton, Danny
Fourth Official: Wilding, Darren

Yeovil Town FC (First Team) v Stevenage FC (First Team)        Live on BBC Two and BBC iPlayer
FA Cup    
Referee: Hicks, Craig
Assistant Referee: Howick, Kevin
Assistant Referee: James, Alex
Fourth Official: Howard, Paul

Sun 5th Dec 2021
Colchester United FC (First Team) v Wigan Athletic FC (First Team)
FA Cup    
Referee: Brook, Carl
Assistant Referee: Russell, Geoffrey
Assistant Referee: Chard, Michael
Fourth Official: Williams, Scott

Kidderminster Harriers FC (First Team) v FC Halifax Town (First Team)
FA Cup    
Referee: Huxtable, Brett
Assistant Referee: Kidd, Christopher
Assistant Referee: Aylott, Andrew
Fourth Official: Williams, Ollie

Rochdale AFC (First Team) v Plymouth Argyle FC (First Team)       Live on ITV
FA Cup    
Referee: Kitchen, Andrew
Assistant Referee: Moore, Anthony
Assistant Referee: Gooch, Peter
Fourth Official: Bell, James

Salford City FC (First Team) v Chesterfield FC (First Team)         Live on ITV4
FA Cup    
Referee: Joyce, Ross
Assistant Referee: Raper, Lewis
Assistant Referee: Clark, Joe
Fourth Official: Wright, Peter

Mon 6th Dec 2021
Boreham Wood (First Team) v St Albans City FC (First Team)       Live on ITV4
FA Cup    
Referee: Speedie, Benjamin
Assistant Referee: Stevens, Mark
Assistant Referee: Treleaven, Dean
Fourth Official: Rock, David  Young, Alan
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I hope Andrew Kitchen is better in front of the watching millions (!) than he was in front of one man and his dog at the Pizza Trophy game versus Bolton a few weeks ago.

His foul detection was erratic and at times non-existent. It takes something to get fans annoyed in unison at one of those games, but he managed it with aplomb.

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His foul detection was erratic and at times non-existent. It takes something to get fans annoyed in unison at one of those games, but he managed it with aplomb.

Exactly the same today , I thought he was rubbish but at least rubbish fairly lol .  Good cup tie good luck for the rest of the season .
My views are my own and not that of rate the ref .

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His foul detection was erratic and at times non-existent. It takes something to get fans annoyed in unison at one of those games, but he managed it with aplomb.

Exactly the same today , I thought he was rubbish but at least rubbish fairly lol .  Good cup tie good luck for the rest of the season .

Cheers and although Kitchen wasn’t responsible for either goal, Hardie was well offside in the build-up to the first and the ball was about 5 inches outside the corner quadrant for the second.

We didn’t defend either situation well enough, but sometimes you also need a bit of help from elsewhere when playing a team from a higher league.

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His foul detection was erratic and at times non-existent. It takes something to get fans annoyed in unison at one of those games, but he managed it with aplomb.

Exactly the same today , I thought he was rubbish but at least rubbish fairly lol .  Good cup tie good luck for the rest of the season .

Cheers and although Kitchen wasn’t responsible for either goal, Hardie was well offside in the build-up to the first and the ball was about 5 inches outside the corner quadrant for the second.

We didn’t defend either situation well enough, but sometimes you also need a bit of help from elsewhere when playing a team from a higher league.
I agree about the first goal but thought the one that was disallowed was very close. Anyway I thought Rochdale were better than a lot of the sides we played in league one this season so hopefully you will make a push for the playoffs
My views are my own and not that of rate the ref .

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His foul detection was erratic and at times non-existent. It takes something to get fans annoyed in unison at one of those games, but he managed it with aplomb.

Exactly the same today , I thought he was rubbish but at least rubbish fairly lol .  Good cup tie good luck for the rest of the season .

Cheers and although Kitchen wasn’t responsible for either goal, Hardie was well offside in the build-up to the first and the ball was about 5 inches outside the corner quadrant for the second.

We didn’t defend either situation well enough, but sometimes you also need a bit of help from elsewhere when playing a team from a higher league.
I agree about the first goal but thought the one that was disallowed was very close. Anyway I thought Rochdale were better than a lot of the sides we played in league one this season so hopefully you will make a push for the playoffs

Cheers for that. We won't do because we miss too many chances and conceded too many avoidable goals, but after last season and the aborted takeover, there is plenty to be optimistic about

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I thought that Ross Joyce had a good game at Salford where Chesterfield provided a Cup upset. Not too much to do, but showed his experience when giving a talking-to rather than resorting to cards following some handbags in midfield, and generally contributed to an entertaining game. 
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His foul detection was erratic and at times non-existent. It takes something to get fans annoyed in unison at one of those games, but he managed it with aplomb.

Exactly the same today , I thought he was rubbish but at least rubbish fairly lol .  Good cup tie good luck for the rest of the season .

Cheers and although Kitchen wasn’t responsible for either goal, Hardie was well offside in the build-up to the first and the ball was about 5 inches outside the corner quadrant for the second.

We didn’t defend either situation well enough, but sometimes you also need a bit of help from elsewhere when playing a team from a higher league.

A good number of Houghton’s corners were from outside the quadrant and Hardie was clearly offside in the first goal build up.
We were on the wrong side of a couple of pretty clear corner and throw in calls, but no issue with any of the yellows from my green-tinted seat.
I thought Kitchen tried  to keep the game flowing but that was obviously at the expense of letting a few fouls go. I suspect he won’t have been particularly happy watching it back later on.

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His foul detection was erratic and at times non-existent. It takes something to get fans annoyed in unison at one of those games, but he managed it with aplomb.

Exactly the same today , I thought he was rubbish but at least rubbish fairly lol .  Good cup tie good luck for the rest of the season .

Cheers and although Kitchen wasn’t responsible for either goal, Hardie was well offside in the build-up to the first and the ball was about 5 inches outside the corner quadrant for the second.

We didn’t defend either situation well enough, but sometimes you also need a bit of help from elsewhere when playing a team from a higher league.

A good number of Houghton’s corners were from outside the quadrant and Hardie was clearly offside in the first goal build up.
We were on the wrong side of a couple of pretty clear corner and throw in calls, but no issue with any of the yellows from my green-tinted seat.
I thought Kitchen tried  to keep the game flowing but that was obviously at the expense of letting a few fouls go. I suspect he won’t have been particularly happy watching it back later on.

Undoubtedly, especially as two of the aforementioned errors both led to goals. Assistant Gooch could do with keeping up with play a bit more, I might add.

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A nice little derby for Yeovil in the third round draw!

Good to see some of the lower league sides getting the big guns in the premier league!


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A nice little derby for Yeovil in the third round draw!

Love it. I'll go to that probably. Nice club Yeovil, always enjoy a trip there.
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Third Round Draw

1 Boreham Wood or St Albans City v AFC Wimbledon
2 Yeovil Town v AFC Bournemouth
3 Stoke City v Leyton Orient
4 Swansea City v Southampton
5 Chelsea v Chesterfield
6 Liverpool v Shrewsbury Town
7 Cardiff City v Preston North End
8 Coventry City v Derby County
9 Burnley v Huddersfield Town
10 West Bromwich Albion v Brighton & Hove Albion
11 Kidderminster Harriers v Reading
12 Leicester City v Watford
13 Mansfield Town v Middlesbrough
14 Hartlepool United v Blackpool
15 Hull City v Everton                                                            Live on BBC One (Sat 8th)
16 Bristol City v Fulham
17 Tottenham Hotspur v Morecambe
18 Millwall v Crystal Palace                                                   Live on ITV1 (Sat 8th)
19 Port Vale v Brentford
20 Swindon Town v Manchester City                                     Live on ITV1 (Fri 7th)
21 Wigan Athletic v Blackburn Rovers
22 Luton Town v Harrogate Town
23 Birmingham City v Plymouth Argyle
24 Manchester United v Aston Villa                          Live on BBC One (Mon 10th)
25 Wolverhampton Wanderers v Sheffield United
26 Newcastle United v Cambridge United
27 Barnsley v Ipswich Town or Barrow
28 Peterborough United v Bristol Rovers
29 West Ham United v Leeds United                         Live on ITV1 (Sun 9th)
30 Queens Park Rangers v Rotherham United
31 Charlton Athletic v Norwich City
32 Nottingham Forest v Arsenal                                           Live on ITV1 (Sun 9th)

The third round will take place across the weekend of Friday 7 until Monday 10 January 2022, with winning clubs collecting Ł82,000 from the competition prize fund.

Live TV broadcast selections will be made in due course.
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Well that’s Man U guaranteed their usual tv coverage for this round of the competition 🙄

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Well that’s Man U guaranteed their usual tv coverage for this round of the competition 🙄
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Indeed I think even United fans are sick of being on TV! Hopefully some good appointments ref wise

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Millwall v C Palace, brings back memories of clashes at the Old Den in days gone by. It's going to need a tough referee in charge of this derby.
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