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Alex Youngsters Gun For Youth Cup Glory

The Crewe Alexandra youth side will take on their Arsenal counterparts in the FA Youth Cup 3rd Round tomorrow (Wednesday) evening.

The game will be played at Barnet's Underhill Stadium with a kick off time of 7:00pm. Admission is 3 for Adults and 1 for Concessions and Children.

The Alex youngsters go into the game as underdogs against a highly rated Arsenal side who are holders of the cup having beaten Liverpool in last year's two legged final.

The game will be decided on the night, with no replays in the competition, and the winners will face a home tie against Ipswich Town in the Fourth Round of the competition.

A Crewe win would be a real upset and so good luck to the lads playing tomorrow!




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Date:Tuesday December 15 2009

Time: 6:57PM

 

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