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Author:  GL Rob [ 13 Aug 2019, 11:56 ]
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We've taken a look at Cheltenham's Carabao Cup history ahead of tonight's tie: http://bit.ly/CTFCCarabaoCupHistory
Which games stick out in your memory?

Author:  RegencyCheltenhamSpa [ 13 Aug 2019, 12:05 ]
Post subject:  Re: A trip down memory lane

I remember really enjoying and being excited for Ashton Gate away, even though we lost.

Norwich away the stand out for me.

On the topic of Norwich: really poor and basic error from the Echo....

“Whilst Cheltenham hold Norwich City fondly in connection to their League Cup history, their first encounter with the Canaries came in 1999 where a home win for the Suffolk club was enough to proceed to round two.”

Norwich is in Norfolk...

Author:  longmover [ 13 Aug 2019, 12:42 ]
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That game at Carrow road was immense, around 70 - 80 Town fans (if I recall) sat on wooden benches

Author:  asl [ 13 Aug 2019, 13:26 ]
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Vicarage Road, 0-0 and Chris Banks was immense, head and shoulders the MotM. Thoroughly enjoyable with a nice bunch of home fans who were happy to give the credit that was due. Shame about the return leg... Tommy Mooney hat-trick, wasn't it?

Wasn't the QPR game a couple of years later the one with the famous 'Queen's Park Prangers' typo on the programme...?

Author:  Hubert Parry [ 13 Aug 2019, 13:46 ]
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No. I don't think he scored at all. I certainly recall Helguson scoring.

Author:  Si Robin [ 13 Aug 2019, 14:25 ]
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Tommy Smith, Darren Ward and Heidar Helguson:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/911801.stm

Author:  Alf [ 13 Aug 2019, 21:27 ]
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RegencyCheltenhamSpa wrote:
I remember really enjoying and being excited for Ashton Gate away, even though we lost.

Norwich away the stand out for me.

On the topic of Norwich: really poor and basic error from the Echo....

“Whilst Cheltenham hold Norwich City fondly in connection to their League Cup history, their first encounter with the Canaries came in 1999 where a home win for the Suffolk club was enough to proceed to round two.”

Norwich is in Norfolk...


They’ve had some bad weather.

Author:  Robin [ 13 Aug 2019, 23:00 ]
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longmover wrote:
That game at Carrow road was immense, around 70 - 80 Town fans (if I recall) sat on wooden benches


I went to Norwich away in our first football league season, over four hours each way for a mid-week game and I could have swore we had a lot more than 70=80 there must have been 200+ but it's a long time ago now. I didn't go in our win there though.

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