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SNEAK PEEK | Find out what is in the programme for this weekend's Emirates FA Cup match against Cambridge!

30 November 2017

Why not take a quick look at Sunday's Emirates FA Cup programme to find out what you will be reading at half time? For just £3 you can get all of this!

COUNTY ACADEMY

In this week's Academy section of the programme, Will Pritchard takes a look at the Under-18's hard-fought 4-2 victory over Plymouth Argyle to complete a league double over the Pilgrims for the first time since joining the Youth Alliance League South. 

COUNTY IN THE COMMUNITY

 

 

In this weeks County In The Community page we look at Saturday, November 25, and the the trip to Swindon. 2 Walking Football teams, 2 We Wear the Same Shirt (Mental Health) teams, plus 50 supporters travelled to Swindon for a day of football fun. 

 

SCOUTING AROUND 

In a new article written by our newly employed Chief Scout Paul Molesworth, an explanation is provided to what Paul's role is at the club, the recruitment process at a Newport County AFC is and how importnat it is to study your opponent. 

 

A GAME OF TWO HALVES

This week in Colin Everett’s popular Game of Two Halves piece, Colin writes about who could potentially become the next Wales manager. 

 

TODAY'S THE DAY

Phil Tanner takes a look at a County game that happened on the day. This weekend, when County faced Lincoln City in the Conference Premier, on the 3 December 2011. Old stalwart centre-back Ismail Yakubu was on the scoresheet that day!

 

CLUB NEWS

In this weeks 'Club News' we look at how Smiths Carpets and Flooring are the first official sponsor of the We Wear the Same Shirt (WWtSS) side as they provide them with brand new T-shirts to wear to games. We also look at what WWtSS is and how it is helping the local Newport community.

 

JUNIOR EXILES

The Junior Exiles page returns with more games and activities than ever before.  We also introduce our matchday mascots and grill County'smidfield maestro Robbie Willmott with tough questions like: “What’s your favourite drink?” and “What’s your favourite song?”

 

 

WELCOME CAMBRIDGE

Richard Taylor also takes an in-depth look at our visitors Cambridge United including player profiles, previous meetings, Club History, Legends, and social media leading up to the day.

 

 

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