JOE BRYAN Extra specials clinch Fulham promotion

Bristol born Joe Bryan scored superb extra time goals as Fulham beat Brentford 2-1 in the Championship play-off final at Wembley.

Bryan, 26, began his career at home town team Bristol City - making over 200 apperances for the Robins, during which he spent loan spells at Bath City and Plymouth Argyle. The attacking left (wing) back joined Fulham on August 9, 2018.

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HOWEZAT! Eddie leaves Cherries by mutual consent

AFC Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe has left the Dorset club by mutual consent.

In an open letter, 42-year-old Howe who led the Cherries to the Premier League from League Two over two mangerial spells, said "it was the right time for the club to have a change".

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FA TROPHY 3R Yeovil home to Notts County

FATrophy BuildbaseFA Trophy third round
1 Ebbsfleet United v Royston Town
2 Concord Rangers or Bath City v Kingstonian or Leamington
3 Harrogate Town v Eastleigh
4 FC Halifax Town v Halesowen Town or Maidenhead United
5 Farsley Celtic or Barnet v Barrow
6 Dorking Wanderers or Stockport County v AFC Fylde
7 Aveley v Chelmsford City
8 Yeovil Town v Notts County

Ties to be played on Saturday February 8 

TERRAFIC! Weymouth return to non-league top tier

Vanarama NL logoWeymouth are back in the top flight of non-League football following back to back promotions under boss Mark Molesley.

The Terras clinched their second promotion in a year thanks to a 3-0 penalty shoot-out win over Dartford following a tense, goalless draw in Dorset.

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FA VASE 5R Western League trio all home

buildbase fa vase logoFA Vase fifth round draw

1 Corinthian v Sporting Khalsa
2 Bradford Town v Leighton Town
3 Consett v Deal Town or Binfield
4 Plymouth Parkway v West Auckland Town
5 Longridge Town v Hebburn Town
6 Wroxham v Stowmarket Town
7 Bitton AFC v Sutton Common Rovers
8 Atherstone Town v Worcester City or Coventry United

Ties to be played on Saturday Feburary 8

SOUTH WEST FOOTBALL SHORTS February 5

The Wiltshire County FA Premier Shield final will be an all-Swindon affair.

Swindon Supermarine booked their place in the final with a 5-2 win over Chippenham Town at Royal Wootton Bassett FC.

They were joined by Swindon Town, who beat Salisbury FC 3-2 after extra time at Melksham Town after the game finished 2-2 in normal time, 90 minutes. 

Final venue, date and kick off time to be confirmed.


FA CUP 4th round draw features four #SWfootball sides

FA CupAFC Bournemouth will host Arsenal in the 2020 FA Cup fourth round.

Bristol City and Bristol Rovers have both been rewarded with attractive home ties if they overcomes away-day replays next Tuesday.

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