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Sheva.

B'mouth await in QF of League Cup

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hope we get Carlisle

why carlisle ?

i`d like that too.it`s one of my favorite places up north.

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i like Carlisle it`s a nice place. some interesting places to visit like the barracks where they have the only white metal victoria cross in it and the "licking room" is creepy but interesting. also the people are very friendly up there, have been up there with one of my old army buddies who was welsh to watch Cardiff play up there,we were drinking in their supporters bar before and after the match even tho Cardiff beat them and they treated us like we were one of them and it`s so far away it`s a proper away day,the cathedral is an interesting place to with the womans face painted up in the ceiling that you can`t see with the naked eye but if you look through a mirror you can find her. they also do a cracking full english about 200 yards from the cathedral. which always come in handy. :)

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why carlisle ?

i`d like that too.it`s one of my favorite places up north.

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i like Carlisle it`s a nice place. some interesting places to visit like the barracks where they have the only white metal victoria cross in it and the "licking room" is creepy but interesting. also the people are very friendly up there, have been up there with one of my old army buddies who was welsh to watch Cardiff play up there,we were drinking in their supporters bar before and after the match even tho Cardiff beat them and they treated us like we were one of them and it`s so far away it`s a proper away day,the cathedral is an interesting place to with the womans face painted up in the ceiling that you can`t see with the naked eye but if you look through a mirror you can find her. they also do a cracking full english about 200 yards from the cathedral. which always come in handy. :)

Im a Cumbrian

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would love a easy draw unlike last year.

btw what if we get boro, would josh play against us?

no, i think it`s F.A rules these days that players can`t play against their parent club.

with uefa i think they leave it up to the parent club to grant permission or not..

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Swindon away maybe? Don't really care about the draw but I expect to see an interesting team in the match no matter who we're up against. Azpilicueta, Moses, Marin and Piazon could all very well start and if the opponent is one of the lower level teams then maybe even the likes of Feruz and Chalobah could feature at some point. This competition may not be the most prestigious but it sure is an exciting opportunity to see the new guys and some of the younger players in action.

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and its a proper ground for a cold, wet, windy League Cup game

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not sure which side that is taken from but where the camera man/woman is may be the away end and the away seats is up across the field parallel with it.well it was about 18 years ago..the seats in the away end were unpainted metal..bloody freezing on a tuesday night in December. i`d go in the terrace next time,was standing up most of the time anyway to try and warm up.

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