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    Sutton are 80/1 to win 2-1 and 22/1 to win. Might go for a couple of quid on 2-1

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    Youd of thought the odds would of been better on a sutton win than 22-1 wouldnt you! but worth a bet on though!

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    I think Arsenal are going to be massively up for it.

    I'd love one season where we at least put in a shift for a cup tie. An FA cup run hasn't done Lincoln any harm, staying in can work both ways.

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    Originally Posted by Pinkie
    Was i right in seeing that lincoln have a artificial pitch aswell loftus?! used to love us on ours
    Cant see any record of them having one but Sutton have.

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    As of October 2016, artificial 3G pitches are not permitted in the Premier League or Football League but are permitted in the National League and lower divisions. The two most prominent English football clubs to currently use artificial 3G pitches are Sutton United, whose FIFA 2-Star quality pitch was installed at Gander Green Lane in August 2015, and Maidstone United, whose 2-Star pitch was built along with the new Gallagher Stadium in July 2012.[20] Matches between the two clubs have been named by fans El Plastico (a reference to El Clįsico).[21] Artificial pitches are also permitted in all rounds of The FA Cup competition.

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    On a slightly different issue, who said a team cannot keep its league form and have a cup run? It isn't doing any harm to Lincoln (top) and Millwall (top 6).
    There is no real reason why QPR could not have played a stronger side and kept up their form.

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    Originally Posted by LoftusRoadLad
    As of October 2016, artificial 3G pitches are not permitted in the Premier League or Football League but are permitted in the National League and lower divisions. The two most prominent English football clubs to currently use artificial 3G pitches are Sutton United, whose FIFA 2-Star quality pitch was installed at Gander Green Lane in August 2015, and Maidstone United, whose 2-Star pitch was built along with the new Gallagher Stadium in July 2012.[20] Matches between the two clubs have been named by fans El Plastico (a reference to El Clįsico).[21] Artificial pitches are also permitted in all rounds of The FA Cup competition.

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    So if we had a plastic pitch especially for the FA Cup we might win.

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    Originally Posted by stanistheman
    On a slightly different issue, who said a team cannot keep its league form and have a cup run? It isn't doing any harm to Lincoln (top) and Millwall (top 6).
    There is no real reason why QPR could not have played a stronger side and kept up their form.
    Because thats not the qpr way ffs!! Jesus christ you should know by now that R club is all about mid table championship finishes and of course going out at the 3rd round!! Next year we wont be sharing the record with plymouth, itll be all RSSSSSSSS!! COYRSSSS

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    Originally Posted by corbray
    Because thats not the qpr way ffs!! Jesus christ you should know by now that R club is all about mid table championship finishes and of course going out at the 3rd round!! Next year we wont be sharing the record with plymouth, itll be all RSSSSSSSS!! COYRSSSS
    Certainly easier, and less painful, than getting our non-league club cup record back as our own again.

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    Sutton United have won as many FA Cup games this season (4) as QPR have in the past 20 years

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    They'd have never beaten Lincoln.

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    Originally Posted by Kevin Mcleod
    Sutton United have won as many FA Cup games this season (4) as QPR have in the past 20 years
    True, as have Lincoln and it is an absolute embarrassment.
    Seriously I think the Board have to tell the manager and players that a cup run is important and offer bonuses to reflect that. QPR had a good cup run in 1982 and maintained a promotion challenge (would have been in play offs if they were around then).

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    "WE HATE MILWAAAALLLL."


    https://youtu.be/5gJvAIFN5c4


    You been Factomondoed.
    Last edited by Kevin Mcleod; 12-03-2017 at 08:44 PM.

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    Got what he asked for

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