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Accrington Stanley or Gillingham Away!

After squeezing past Swindon Town, in round three, courtesy of a goal from Bobby Zamora, Fulham are away from home in round four.

In a draw that took place at a deserted Wembley, hosted by Jim Rosenthal and with Paul Elliott and Frank Skinner drawing the sacred balls out, Fulham were drawn to travel to either Accrington Stanley or Gillingham next time out.

Anyone prefer Accrington Stanley or would a trip to Gillingham mbe more amicable?


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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday January 3 2010

Time: 7:09PM

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Gillingham away would certainly NOT be amicable. The history between the clubs makes amicable impossible. Most Fulham supporters would prefer to go to Mongolia than the *****hole that is Gillingham.
Edens
always difficult times when playing lower opposition, good win or just sufficient. a win is a win, just ask leeds.
buzz lightyear
Accrington are doing well this season :) they shouldnt be underestimated
LHrover
hopefully we can keep the cup run going...
woodysweats
An away tie will never be easy, even against lower league sides. Part of me wants Gillingham and another part would prefer Accy Stanley.
KBFulham
are you just tempted to say accrington stanley who????????????????????????????????EXCACTLY the magic of the FA cup roy will know whats what
truth sayer ffc
lets go for Stanley, a new name on the map for most of us!
Al Billy
 

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