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Saturday 10th January 1959

FA Cup 3rd round

Sheffield United 2 (Russell 2), Crystal Palace 0

Gate: 22,179







And so after the win over Shrewsbury at the Molineux replay, Palace ventured further north to make their first ever trip to Bramall Lane. But it wasn't to be and so ended another Cup run, but as I have said previously, a 3rd round exit to Palace can be considered something of a success in this decade. The Blades got as far as the quarter finals when they lost to giant-killing Norwich City in a replay. And they finished 3rd in Div 2 as rivals the Owls won that division - I bet that hurt! Palace were 7th in Div 4.
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10 January 1925

FA Cup 1st round proper

Crystal Palace v South Shields

At the time, both teams were in League division 2. Palace were higher up the table and won the game 2 - 1




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10/1/48 FA Cup 3rd Round
Arsenal 0 Bradford Park Avenue 1
A Cup giant killing at Highbury as second division BPA defeated their hosts who were on their way to winning the League Title.
BPA's joy was short lived though as they were knocked out in the next round by non league Colchester.


10/1/53 FA Cup 3rd Round
Arsenal 4 Doncaster 0
Goals form Cliff Holton, Doug Lishman, Jimmy Logie and Don Roper see the Gunners comfortably through.
Their run would end in the Quarter Finals at the hands of Blackpool.


10/1/59 Division Three
Swindon 0 Bournemouth 1
10.778 in attendance to watch two sides that would end up in mid table this season.


10/1/66 East Anglian Cup 2nd Round
Stevenage Town v Wembley Town
A bit of a mystery regarding this one.
Records show that the original tie was played on 6/12/65 at Stevenage and was a 0-0 draw.
The replay was also played at Stevenage, but on 14/2/66 and won by the hosts 2-1.
I can only assume that the 10/1/66 shown on this programme was postponed for some reason and played four weeks later and the venue switched as well.
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10 January 1948

Millwall v Preston North End

FA Cup 3rd round

Bill Shankly and Tom Finney in the Preston line up. Preston won 2 - 1







On the same day:

Workington v Sunderland Reserves

North Eastern League




10 January 1951

Mansfield Town v Tranmere Rovers

Division 3 North




10 January 1948

FA Cup 3rd round

Chelsea v Barrow

Straightforward 5 - 0 home win

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Games I've attended on this date in history, league & non-league:

League:

Saturday 10th January 1998
Nationwide League Division Two
Luton Town 3
Blackpool 0
A Tony Thorpe hattrick for Town
#LTFC #BFC

Non-League:

Saturday 10th January 2015
Spartan South Midlands League Division One
Winslow United 2
Harpenden Town 2
James Bishop & Hateley Mercer for United, Stu Henderson & Charlie Gould for Town
#WUFC #HTFC





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Saturday 11th January 1947

FA Cup 3rd round

Newcastle United 6 (Shackleton 2, Bentley, Pearson, Stobbart, Wayman), Crystal Palace 2 (Naylor 2)

Gate: 43,183







A forward line containing prolific scorers like Roy Bentley, Charlie Wayman and the great Len Shackleton proved too much for Palace but they made a half-decent fist of it. For those of a statistical bent, this is one of SIX occasions Palace have played away to Newcastle in this round of the FA Cup. The narrative mentions the first two such occasions, including when then non-league Palace won 1-0 up there in 1907.

Below is a freebie inserted into a couple of earlier Palace home programmes, showing the travel arrangements for this game. The plan was to set off from Kings Cross at 11:30 on Friday night, arrive in Newcastle at 6:19 am then have 8 hours in town. After the game, take the 11:14pm train (another 7 hours in town) to arrive back at Kings X at 6:05 a.m. on Sunday - making it a 30.5 hour round trip - plus of course you have to travel to and from Kings X from your South London home. All for £2.50!



Scorer of both Palace goals was Billy Naylor, who played just 19 games after WW2, scoring 11 goals - having changed his name by deed poll from Billy Bark at some point in war-time. After leaving Palace a month after this match, he played a while at Brentford and then Leyton Orient.

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11/1/58 Division One
Arsenal 2 Blackpool 3
A fourth defeat in a row for The Gunners.


11/1/58 Division One
Bolton 2 Leicester 3
A really important win for The Foxes who would only survive relegation bu a single point at the end of the season.
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11 January 1947

FA Cup 3rd round

Sheffield United v Carlisle United

A 3 - 0 home win.



11 January 1936

Crystal Palace v Coventry City

Southern Section Cup Semi Final


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Games I've attended on this date in history, league & non-league:

League:

Sunday 11th January 1987
FA Cup Third Round
Luton Town 0
Liverpool 0
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Non-League:

Saturday 11th January 2014
FA Trophy 3rd Round
Cambridge United 2
Luton Town 2
Tom Elliott & Ash Chambers for United with Ryan Inniss & Alex Wall for Town
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11 January 1951

FA Cup 3rd round replay

After drawing 0 - 0 at Highbury, Carlisle had home advantage over the mighty Arsenal but they lost 4 - 1.


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11th January, 1947

FA Cup 3rd Round

Bournemouth 0 Derby 2 (Ward, Carter)

att: 18,438


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Saturday 12th January 1963

Division III

Brighton & Hove Albion 1 (Donnelly), Crystal Palace 2 (Holton, Burridge)

Gate: 12,333





Probably the only game played in the snowy South, indeed Palace didn't play again till 2nd Feb - but this win was crucial as the Glaziers started the game in 23rd place to Albion's 21st, and as the postponed games piled up, Palace really hit form to end the season in 12th while their poor old hosts finished in 22nd and were relegated. Wink

In the photo new signing Cliff Holton, in unseen bright yellow gloves, goes up for a header as fellow scorer, Peter Burridge, in similar gloves, stands poised for action on the edge of the box. These 2 galvanised Palace into life and between them scored 63 goals in the next season and a half. They were my heroes!
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12 January 1935

Scottish Division A

Celtic v Hamilton Academicals

A 3 - 1 win for Celtic. According to Wikipedia the attendance was 25,000.



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Games I've attended on this date in history, league & non-league:

League:

Saturday 12th January 1991
Barclays League Division One
Luton Town 3
Southampton 4
Julian James, Lars Elstrup & a John Dreyer penalty for Town with a brace apiece for Rod Wallace & Matt Le Tissier for the Saints
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Non-League:

Saturday 12th January 2019
North Bucks & District League Intermediate Division
Mursley United Development 3
Buckingham United 1
Conor White, Luke Williamson & Oscar Friell for the hosts with Aaron Jones for the visitors
#MUFC #BUFC
No programme issued but an image from the game instead



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Saturday 13th January 1940

Friendly Match (Reserves)

Crystal Palace 2 Shorts Sports 4 (presumably)

Gate: Unknown







Palace played Shorts Sports several times in this era, home and away, in friendlies, at either first team or reserve level. This game is a reserve XI as the first team were away at Southend on this day in the London South A League. I've guessed at the score due to the 2-4 appearing on the middle pages.

Shorts were a team from Rochester in Kent, I don't know much about them as an entity, if work-based or whatever. Maybe someone here does? Their line-up includes at #9 Jackie Palethorpe, the former Palace, Aston Villa, Sheffield Wednesday, Reading, Stoke City and Preston striker.



The programme itself landed at PPP Towers less than 24 hours ago!
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13 January 1940

At the same time Crystal Palace were hosting Shorts Sports (see post above) Queen’s Park Rangers were hosting Bournemouth & Boscombe in League South B.



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Pete’s Picture Palace wrote:
Saturday 13th January 1940

Friendly Match (Reserves)

Crystal Palace 2 Shorts Sports 4 (presumably)

Gate: Unknown







Palace played Shorts Sports several times in this era, home and away, in friendlies, at either first team or reserve level. This game is a reserve XI as the first team were away at Southend on this day in the London South A League. I've guessed at the score due to the 2-4 appearing on the middle pages.

Shorts were a team from Rochester in Kent, I don't know much about them as an entity, if work-based or whatever. Maybe someone here does? Their line-up includes at #9 Jackie Palethorpe, the former Palace, Aston Villa, Sheffield Wednesday, Reading, Stoke City and Preston striker.



The programme itself landed at PPP Towers less than 24 hours ago!


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Short_Brothers
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Games I've attended on this date in history, league & non-league:

League:

Saturday 13th January 1996
Endsleigh League Division One
Luton Town 3
Southend United 1
Bontcho Guentchev & two for Scott Oakes for Town with Paul Byrne for United
#LTFC #SUFC

Non-League:

Saturday 13th January 2018
Southern League Division One East
Aylesbury 0
Chalfont St Peter 2
George Beattie & Mahlondo Marton for the visitors
#AFC #CSPFC
This was also the game that I first tried the famous AFC chips





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se20blue - many thanks for Shorts Sports info!

Saturday 14th January 1961

Division IV

Hartlepools Utd 2 Crystal Palace 4 (Heckman, Summersby, Byrne, Woan)

Gate: 4,430





A good win for Palace as these sides met for the last time (so far) in League action - Palace were promoted and Pools sought re-election, successfully, finishing in 23rd place but with 71 goals scored. Palace, and champs Peterborough, both hit over 100, and Byrne, Woan, Heckman and Summersby between them scored 82.
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14 January 1922

99 years ago.

Crystal Palace v Hull City

This ended in a 2 - 0 win for the away side.



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