By Citizen Sands
In my last blog I decided, given that Hereford United were no longer in the competition, I would randomly pick a team to follow into the next round of the FA Cup.
My unscientific choice is Tooting and Mitcham United. Probably just because I like the name and it resounded with me for some reason.
Then I remembered why – because of the 1970s comedy sitcom Citizen Smith that starred Robert Lindsay as Wolfie Smith, a young Marxist urban guerrilla living in Tooting in South London.
The show was written by John Sullivan, who later wrote Only Fools and Horses. The pilot for the show was first transmitted in 1977 – shortly after the football club’s most famous FA Cup exploit. For
Updated 29th September 2014 at 02:28 PM by Veritas
By Steve Sands (AFS Contributor)
Whilst other teams were playing in the Second Qualifying Round of the FA Cup this weekend, Hereford United were looking on with envy and contemplating their very existence.
Rather than seeking out FA Cup glory, the Bulls had to settle for a league game against Hungerford Town in the Southern League Premier Division, which they lost 2-0.
Hereford’s 2014/15 FA Cup adventure came to an end at the hands of Ellistown & Ibstock United with a 3-2 defeat on 13 September in their first round qualifying tie.
Hereford’s conquerors are a relatively new team, formed by a merger between Ibstock United and Ellistown F.C.
Prior to the merger, Ibstock were like Hereford nicknamed the ‘The Bulls’, the
Updated 28th September 2014 at 10:17 AM by Veritas