FA CUP 1st round ties featuring #SWfootball teams

FA Cup8 Bolton Wanderers v Plymouth Argyle
11 Maidstone United v Torquay United
13 Chippenham Town v Northampton Town
14 Yeovil Town v Hartlepool United
15 Cambridge United v Exeter City
18 Forest Green Rovers v Billericay Town
19 Bristol Rovers v Bromley
26 Grimsby Town v Newport County
32 Cheltenham Town v Swindon Town

* Haringey Borough vs Yeovil to be played Tues Oct 29 (1945ko)

Ties to be played November 8/9/10/11

FA YOUTH CUP regional first round ties

FA Youth Cup35 Cheltenham Town v Mangotsfield United or Eastleigh
36 Forest Green Rovers v Helston Athletic Tues Oct 29
37 Bridgwater Town v Newport County Tues Oct 29
38 Portsmouth v Hereford
39 Swindon Town v Bristol Rovers
40 Plymouth Argyle v Exeter City
41 Bath City v Yeovil Town or Andover Town

All ties to be played by Saturday November 2

Argyle host Reading in EFL Cup - Lowe reaction

ryan lowePlymouth Argyle will host Reading in the EFL Cup second round following a 2-0 first round home win over League Two rivals Leyton Orient.

Argyle boss Ryan Lowe said: “I am delighted we are through and it’s another home tie for us to look forward to because I am sure Reading will bring a ot fans and we’ll have a lot of fans here as always. It makes for an entertaining game.”

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RYAN LOWE reaction to Reading EFL Cup KO

ryan lowePlymouth Argyle boss Ryan Lowe admitted he enjoyed last night's pulsating EFL Cup tie despite a 4-2 loss to Championship side Reading at Home Park.

Lowe said: “It was good. We were quite relaxed and calm. It was a win-win situation for us as we're not going to win the cup, with all due respect.

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LEAGUE TWO Ryan Lowe revolution underway at Argyle

ryan loweThe Ryan Lowe revolution has started at pacesetters Plymouth Argyle.

The 40-year-old former Bury boss is already starting to work his magic at Home Park following a summer pilgrimage south.

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LEAGUE TWO Lowe praises Argyle attitude

ryan lowePlymouth Argyle boss Ryan Lowe praised his side’s never-say-die spirit following a 2-2 League Two thriller in front of 11,405 against newcomers Salford City at Home Park.

Lowe said: “We will keep going until the end and that shows character because if you can’t get the win you want something from the game – and we got it.”

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"I couldn't have asked for better start" admits Lowe

argyle logo2013Plymouth Argyle boss Ryan Lowe admits his pacesetting League Two Pilgrims are still a “work in progress” despite getting off to a flying start.

Lowe’s Argyle followed up their best ever opening day away league win, 3-0 at Crewe, with a solid 1-0 home win over Colchester United in front of 10,542 at windswept Home Park.

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