Sunday, 11 November 2007

And it's...Cambridge United

A trip to Cambridgeshire next for me. Cambridge United v Weymouth on Saturday 1st December.

How do I feel?

I'm not sure. Let me sleep on it.


Dave Lee said...

Enjoy the game at The Abbey, I hope you'll be following us for a good little while!

CUFCtheParrot said...

What do you mean?

'How do I feel - I'm not sure. Let me sleep on it'

Your coming to the ABBEY - You should be delighted!

- A reasonable Conference / Lower League ground.
- A nice away end (I presume you will be supporting the team you watched in the previous round?)
- A match where we want some revenge for Weymouth knocking us out of the cup three seasons ago when we were in a higher league.
- And some of the best bacon rolls in the country

Oh and forget Wembley your coming to the home of Football. The city of Cambridge where the first rules of football where written back in the 1880's.

And as you say in your introduction - you could have got an away match at Darlington.

Feeling a little happier now?

Sniffer 72 said...

Yes, thanks for that. Much better.

Dave Lee said...

Hi again Andy,

Have tried and failed to find an email address for you, so I'll send a quick message on here instead.

I'm a student journalist studying at Lincoln University, and I would very much like the chance to have a quick interview with you about your experience and your blog.

I'm a Cambridge fan, so if you're willing, perhaps we could meet up before/after the Weymouth game for about 10-15 minutes.

Can offer you little in return other than a drink of your choice and a bit of promotion -- I also write for Guardian Sport, and will be passing this idea on to them, should you approve.

If you're interested, please drop me an email on .


Dave Lee

Smart said...

Sorry to hear the news about having to see Cambridge United.

Still, theres always the next round ;-)

Anonymous said...

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if you like what you see could you chuck up a link to us in you 'links' section? that would be great.


Anonymous said...

I have to agree with 'Smart', a trip to The Shabbey is nothing to get excited about.