Salford City v FCUM. Tues 7.45pm 07/11/17 (MCR Prem Cup QF)

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Guy Mansfield
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Salford City v FCUM. Tues 7.45pm 07/11/17 (MCR Prem Cup QF)

Post by Guy Mansfield » Mon Oct 23, 2017 10:44 am

Tuesday 7th November kick-off 7.45pm
Frank Hannah Manchester Premier Cup Quarter Final
Salford City v FC United
Moor Lane, Salford, M7 3PZ

ADMISSION PRICES - Pay on the gate

Standard Adult: £7.00
Concessions: £3.00 (Over 60s, Under 16s and Students with NUS or equivalent ID)
Under 5s are admitted free of charge.

Supporters can pay in cash at the turnstiles and will not be segregated for this fixture. FC United supporters are invited to use ‘A’ turnstile, situated on Moor Lane at the east end of the ground (nearest to the church). The away terrace accommodates approximately 850 specators with 180 seats available at the east end of the North Stand.

Supporters with mobility issues should use the ‘B’ turnstile on Nevile Road to access the ground. Once inside they will be directed to the away end. Enquiries can be sent to me at


The matchday programme, priced at £2:00, will be available inside the ground.


The streets around the ground have resident permit parking restrictions in force between 4pm and 11pm on match days with a 7:45pm kick-off. The local council does enforce these restrictions so supporters are advised to be aware of them.

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A park and ride scheme will be in operation for this match and details can be found at ... 54211.html

Paul Hinson
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Re: Salford City v FCUM. Tues 7.45pm 07/11/17 (MCR Prem Cup

Post by Paul Hinson » Tue Nov 07, 2017 2:05 pm

Salford City have won their last 5 games in League and Cup.
Ammies Left back Ibou Touray has won 2 international caps for The Gambia
FCUM became the 24th club to win the Manchester Premier Cup competition since it began in 1934 as the Manchester FA County
Shield. Other winners include Manchester North End in 1935, Urmston in 1946, Lancashire Steel in 1951, Bury in 1962 and 1964 and
Little Lever in 1975.
Ashton United have won it 15 times and taken part in 21 finals. Droylsden have won 13 of 24 finals.
The Reds have scored 37 goals in 13 MPC ties.
Live FCUM match updates at:

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