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Kettering Still Moaning!

Kettering Still Moaning!

It`s not on live television so just accept it!

Today, there`s yet more words form the Kettering camp bemoaning the fact their FA Cup 4th round with us isn`t on live television.

This time it`s their manager Mark Cooper, the son of legendary Leeds full back Terry, who is giving it some.

Speaking about the subject, a subject that appears to be on everyone`s lips in the quaint little Northants town, Cooper has rattled on,

"It`s a crazy and stupid decision and the whole of the club feels really let down by this."

"We`ve knocked two Football League teams out of the competition and we get this dream draw against a Premier League team."

"Now we`re all hoping we can cause an upset and stick two fingers up at them."

"This is what happens when you let non-football people make decisions."


An upset - not a chance mate, not a chance!



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Sunday January 18 2009
Time: 4:18PM

Comments

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Bring it on Kettering!! Your in for a battering!
KBCC
18/01/2009 16:25:00
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Hopefully you'll play as well as you did today, roll on saturday!
ccz
18/01/2009 16:30:00
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Bring it on Kettering, you`re in for a battering.
martintheveg
18/01/2009 16:53:00
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I'm not saying a word - too much at stake here!
Al Billy
18/01/2009 20:04:00
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Al, where's your confidence?
Putney
20/01/2009 20:49:00
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it'll be a breeze, 1-0 last minute winner :-)
Putney
20/01/2009 20:49:00
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