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The FA rules state that the parent club must give written permission to the FA for a player to be eligible in a cup tie, which I assume Doncaster did not do as McCullough was not allowed to play in the first game. The rules also state that any player who did not receive this permission and was ineligible in an initial tie, can't play in a replay.
All of which presumably means that McCullough can't play tomorrow.
well its getting close to zero hour . we have to be strong in the middle of the park . give them nothing but grief . surley we cant play as poorley as we did in the second half at pp . its abt time the boys got there fingers out af there a&%*s and started performing again . i cant guess a score its gonna be a hard one . so come on lads put on a good show
An 'interesting' team selection. Clearly MM saw things in the first game that justify what appears to be a rather conservative approach. Maybe the idea is to keep it tight with Smith and Cole to come on later when Southport may be starting to tire. Come on Rovers!!
And Connor playing through the middle in his favourite position with 2 superb goals says a lot . Now bloody keep him there
Didn't see the game . The norm work . . Oh it's also good to see the club's party nights are fully booked but to be seeking waiting on staff and kitchen staff now is not good as they are gonna cost a lot of money
Now let's sell out pp an get as mutch money as poss we need it to get players in . Spurs will probably play there kids and I hope they do and we get through and get United or the red scouse away let's make the most of it .