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FA Trophy - The Spireites (A)

Team: Chesterfield

Date: 14/12/19

Where: Proact Stadium



What line-up should Neal Ardley opt for? What will be the key areas for the Magpies to get a victory? What do you think the final score will be?

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A win might help with confidence, it could give Neal Ardley a chance to mix things up properly.

However, I do wonder how many fans actually care about this game? I don't. It's a nothing cup, yet knowing what some of our fans are like they'll make a big thing of this when they wanted us to focus on the league in the FA Cup.

Dennis to bag 3 goals.

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Slocombe, Kelly-Evans, Rawlinson, Lacey, Bakayogo, Osborne, Booty, O'Brien, Tyson, Wootton, Dennis. Would change most of the team. Just go for it, got nothing to lose. Only the FA Trophy

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its a good time for ardley to sit out some of the poor performances, i just hope if he does drop some, that he rewards those that do well.

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I am a little concerned about the injuries to Slocombe and O'Brien, good spirited performance but the game was extremely poor.

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Sounds like we didn't exactly cover ourselves in glory, but we won, that's the main thing. Who were the best performers? I liked the fancy dress concept, with so many fans coming disguised as blue seats.

On 12/12/2019 at 23:05, ARLukomski said:

Slocombe, Kelly-Evans, Rawlinson, Lacey, Bakayogo, Osborne, Booty, O'Brien, Tyson, Wootton, Dennis. Would change most of the team. Just go for it, got nothing to lose. Only the FA Trophy

Is that you Neal? :o 

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What is the FA Trophy? I have never heard of it before.

Is it just for Non League teams? 

The game sounded scrappy from what I have read, with neither team performing well but going off the highlights, it sounds like some good chances came. Osborne did very well to create the goal, Kean deserves some praise for keeping a clean sheet.

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@AmericanPie It's an unwelcome distraction and/or a very realistic chance to go to Wembley, depending on your point of view. Personally I think it's a great chance to go to Wembley and win an actual trophy, and we might as well grab it while we've still got the chance.

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The game wasn't as bad as some suggest, it was dull and poor in places but both teams created chances. Jake Kean did very well when he came on, Alex Lacey looked good too.

Sam Osborne did excellent taking on Chesterfield.

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