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Great come back in the FA Cup and they are in the draw for the final qualifying round. Now what a First Round the that would be, a chance of revenge for the pre season games.


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Well done to them. Nice to see them doing well.

Even better to see town winning


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Big ask to go back to Guiseley and win. I always feel that lower league opposition need to beat their higher division opponents at the first time of asking in the Cup. Hope they do it though.


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Big ask to go back to Guiseley and win. I always feel that lower league opposition need to beat their higher division opponents at the first time of asking in the Cup. Hope they do it though.


They did it in the last round so good luck. Be good in they made the first round and got Sunderland or Bradford at home!
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They did it in the last round so good luck. Be good in they made the first round and got Sunderland or Bradford at home!


Could they use BP if everyone agreed ?
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Guiseley have obviously lost some of their time wasting skills since they were last in the NE Lincs area.


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Guiseley have obviously lost some of their time wasting skills since they were last in the NE Lincs area.


Please don't remind me. I'm trying to forget those six years ever happened.
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We beat Cleethorpes Town 5-0 in the FA Cup in 1885. I bet there was a bit of "banter" down Meggies that night. We beat Darlo 8-0 at the Abbey (pre-BP back then) 4 days later in the next round! We were non-league then of course.

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You have to hand it to Cleethorpes Town, the progress they have made in such a short time is absolutely
staggering, run by a group of people  with ambition, determination and a view for the future, they really are a credit to the area.
Really  hope they can win their replay, it would be wonderful if Town could meet them in the first round..
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You have to hand it to Cleethorpes Town, the progress they have made in such a short time is absolutely
staggering, run by a group of people  with ambition, determination and a view for the future, they really are a credit to the area.
Really  hope they can win their replay, it would be wonderful if Town could meet them in the first round..


Some of the figures I’ve heard bounded about regarding the playing budget staggers me
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Some of the figures I’ve heard bounded about regarding the playing budget staggers me


Yep, certainly some serious cash flying about which you get from time to time in non league, don’t think it is sustainable tbh
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Yep, certainly some serious cash flying about which you get from time to time in non league, don’t think it is sustainable tbh


I suppose it depends on how much dosh the clubs benefactor has got , but I agree the long term sustainability will be interesting
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Often watch Clee Town great little ground plenty of goals.
Seen some cracking games really hope they do well.

Sunderland at home would be great on BBC aswell they would make a fortune.
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We were non-league then of course.


As was every other football club in existence!
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I live a couple of miles away from Netherfield so will go and support Clee Town on Tuesday for the replay.is Disley still playing for them?
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Disley is still playing for Cleethorpes Town FC
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Danny North and Scott Vernon upfront and Disley in midfield is pretty decent at that level.  Amazing that Danny North is still only 30.  Carrying a few pounds of extra timber but surprised he isn’t playing at a higher level.
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Quoted from Yoda
Often watch Clee Town great little ground plenty of goals.
Seen some cracking games really hope they do well.

Sunderland at home would be great on BBC aswell they would make a fortune.


For the televised round 1 game both sides get £67K and 45% of the gate receipts so an away tie would suit them better financially ........and so it would us to be honest.


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Great bit of play from Danny North in 'serving it on a plate' for the Scott Vernon equaliser. Nice to see Craig Disley enjoying the celebrations. Refreshing footage that - particularly the sound effects on the goal slo mo's.


  


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Cleethorpes Town or Guiesley vs Stourbridge

get past Guiesley and they have to have a chance against Stourbridge, who play in the level below the National League


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Cleethorpes Town or Guiesley vs Stourbridge

get past Guiesley and they have to have a chance against Stourbridge, who play in the level below the National League


Best chance they've ever had of making the 1st round proper.



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Great club put a lot back into the local area in the shape of children's football and school holiday training days , Tommy Watson started it all twenty years ago I believe and the whole set up just keeps getting bigger.
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Question is at what level would Cleethorpes become rivals rather than a local curiosity we are all happy to see progress? I remember I used to look out for Boston United results when I was a kid, never did I dream one day we would play alongside then in the same league.


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Quoted from Les Brechin


Best chance they've ever had of making the 1st round proper.


not sure about that Les, i think they had a bigger chance at the game on saturday, going to Guisley and getting a result will be very difficult
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not sure about that Les, i think they had a bigger chance at the game on saturday, going to Guisley and getting a result will be very difficult


I'm talking about now though after the game on Saturday.



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Question is at what level would Cleethorpes become rivals rather than a local curiosity we are all happy to see progress? I remember I used to look out for Boston United results when I was a kid, never did I dream one day we would play alongside then in the same league.


They already are and always have been rivals. Up the illegitimate mariners, down the illegitimate owls.


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Controversial opinion, but... does a local team *have* to be a rival?

I mean, right now Cleethorpes are just a local side doing well. Long may it continue. I support the Mariners and if the two sides ever met I'd be 100% behind Grimsby, but I also feel free to support Cleethorpes since they are (and will be for many Town fans) technically my home town team.


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Controversial opinion, but... does a local team *have* to be a rival?

I mean, right now Cleethorpes are just a local side doing well. Long may it continue. I support the Mariners and if the two sides ever met I'd be 100% behind Grimsby, but I also feel free to support Cleethorpes since they are (and will be for many Town fans) technically my home town team.


I was born in Cleethorpes but have never actually lived in Cleethorpes so not sure where I stand.  



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I was born in Grimsby (Old Clee) - but my late dad was born in Cleethorpes (right adjacent to Blundell Park - must have been brilliant in the 30's)) - so am starting to feel some affiliation to Cleethorpes Town.

UTCT - at Guiseley in the replay.


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It was so much easier when cleethorpes played in grimsby and grimsby played in cleethorpes. Back then folk from Grimsby knew to follow Cleethorpes and folk from cleethorpes knew to follow grimsby. Now cleethorpes play in cleethorpes which has caused great confusion. God knows what will happen when grimsby move to grimsby. I’m from Grimsby but live in Cleethorpes. I think. Honestly don’t know now.


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It was so much easier when cleethorpes played in grimsby and grimsby played in cleethorpes. Back then folk from Grimsby knew to follow Cleethorpes and folk from cleethorpes knew to follow grimsby. Now cleethorpes play in cleethorpes which has caused great confusion. God knows what will happen when grimsby move to grimsby. I’m from Grimsby but live in Cleethorpes. I think. Honestly don’t know now.


Cleethorpes still play in Grimsby. Old Clee became part of Grimsby in the late 19th century (Clee with Weelsby got absorbed into the County borough of Grimsby). Etymologically (Old) Clee could never be part of Cleethorpes since the thorpes are subsidiary settlements of Clee.

So Grimbarians can still follow Cleethorpes Town as their hometown club and leave us Meggies to get on with supporting Grimsby Town  


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Dunno - but just done a quick google and find that:

'Thorpe means 'settlement' / 'village'

'By means 'settlement / village'


Grimsby - 900 AD is older than Cleethorpes - 1300 A D  - Richard de Cle of Suffolk apparently  arrived at this time.


So likely Cleethorpes was Grimsby way back when.


Anyway - so turning full circle - how about amalgamating all of the efforts of the last 700 years to form a football club, in Grimsby / Cleethorpes, capable of competing higher up the nations league tables?

Name?  - Grimthorpe United?

                Cleeby Town?

Just saying!


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Name?  - Grimthorpe United?

              


Weren't they the arch rivals of Fulchester United?


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Anyway - so turning full circle - how about amalgamating all of the efforts of the last 700 years to form a football club, in Grimsby / Cleethorpes, capable of competing higher up the nations league tables?

Name?  - Grimthorpe United?

                Cleeby Town?

Just saying!


Yeah, we could get that ginger chap who plays in midfield for them!  




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Dunno - but just done a quick google and find that:

'Thorpe means 'settlement' / 'village'

'By means 'settlement / village'


Grimsby - 900 AD is older than Cleethorpes - 1300 A D  - Richard de Cle of Suffolk apparently  arrived at this time.


So likely Cleethorpes was Grimsby way back when.


Anyway - so turning full circle - how about amalgamating all of the efforts of the last 700 years to form a football club, in Grimsby / Cleethorpes, capable of competing higher up the nations league tables?

Name?  - Grimthorpe United?

                Cleeby Town?

Just saying!


Ah but there were Meggies before there were Grimbarians. Worrabout the Bronze age tumulus at Cleethorpes cemo?


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PS they won 2-1 away at Guiseley. Be fantastic to make the first round.


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They lost 2-1 in controversial circumstances. Seems to be some dodgy reporting somewhere.

Take a look at Cleethorpes Town FC (@CleeTownFC): https://twitter.com/CleeTownFC?s=09


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They lost 2-1 in controversial circumstances. Seems to be some dodgy reporting somewhere.

Take a look at Cleethorpes Town FC (@CleeTownFC): https://twitter.com/CleeTownFC?s=09


The FA themselves no less.

http://www.thefa.com/competitions/thefacup/results

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Bloody he'll. Did they win or lose?
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Bloody he'll. Did they win or lose?


Definitely lost. Also, although it has changed now the BBC site had Cleethorpes winning 2-0!!



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they lost i can assure you! i was there
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they lost i can assure you! i was there


So were they hard done by or lost fair and square ?
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Played well mate i thought, first half could have been ahead, some poor calls by the referee didnt help matters. Think a draw would have been a fair result then the lottery of ET and pens
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Played well mate i thought, first half could have been ahead, some poor calls by the referee didnt help matters. Think a draw would have been a fair result then the lottery of ET and pens


I was there too. Thought first half Cleethorpes played really well and should have been ahead.

Second half seemed to run out of steam. Penalty decision was fair, I was right next to it and it was stone wall. Shame to see Disley looking so leggy now but Scott Vernon led the line superbly, looked trimmer as well.
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I was there too. Thought first half Cleethorpes played really well and should have been ahead.

Second half seemed to run out of steam. Penalty decision was fair, I was right next to it and it was stone wall. Shame to see Disley looking so leggy now but Scott Vernon led the line superbly, looked trimmer as well.


i agree, was surprised to see him go off with 10 to go
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I wasnt there but it does seem everytime they get beat or even draw they are hard done by referee decisions?
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Is the score of a football match determined by whatever it says in the referee's report? Maybe the guy was so incompetent he got the score wrong.


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