King’s Lynn Town will try to pick themselves up from their FA Cup heartbreak at Barton Rovers this evening.
King’s Lynn Town manager Gary Setchell admitted that the FA Cup defeat had left him at one of his lowest points in his time at the club, writes Mark Hearle.
When asked his thoughts in the build-up to this third qualifying round tie, King’s Lynn Town manager Gary Setchell felt a moment of magic or an awful mistake would ultimately determine the victors, writes Mark Hearle.
Gary Setchell expects fine margins will decide whether King’s Lynn Town end the FA Cup dreams of a familiar foe.
Teenager Toby Hilliard was jumping for a joy on a night when his team-mate Alex Street wishes he would have leaped a little higher.
Gary Setchell is challenging his King’s Lynn Town players to put on another Walks masterclass this evening.
Two-goal hero Sam Mulready hopes this will be the season he finally makes his mark at The Walks.
Striker Sam Mulready kept up his hot streak at The Walks by bagging a brace to inspire Lynn to a deserved victory.
Gary Setchell is pleading with King’s Lynn Town’s supporters to keep believing in his drive for development.
Bottom-of-the-table Bedworth inflicted a disappointing defeat on 10-man Lynn.
Former Norwich City midfielder David Bell’s latest semi-professional career move has taken him to eighth tier Spalding United.
King’s Lynn Town will look to make it five wins from six at struggling Bedworth United this evening.
King’s Lynn Town’s lucky streak of landing home FA Cup ties has finally come to an end.
Gary Setchell’s defensive gamble paid off as King’s Lynn Town continued their latest FA Cup adventure.
Midfielder Michael Clunan’s first-half penalty edged Lynn into the next round of the FA Cup.
Gary Setchell admits he has been left with no option but to rush Kern Miller back into the King’s Lynn Town fold.
Injuries to key men Sam Gaughran and Michael Clunan took the shine off Lynn’s latest home rout.
Keeper Alex Street knows King’s Lynn Town must start finding a way to win ugly.
Kings Lynn’s Town dismal goalscoring record returned to haunt them at the Valley Stadium as a goal in each half handed the points to Redditch.
King’s Lynn Town head across country aiming to ensure their only movement in the league table is upwards.
Two of our three remaining non-league sides have landed home draws in the FA Cup second qualifying round.
Lee Stevenson has expressed relief after breaking his scoring duck for the season in King’s Lynn Town’s FA Cup demolition of Wroxham at The Walks.
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