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Abbey Enough Says Arlesey Boss

Arlesey manager Zema Abbey felt that the quality of Coventry City's finishing was the difference between the two sides in Saturday's FA Cup tie at the Ricoh Arena.

'We showed bravery as a side, we showed that step-three football isn't a bad level,' was his verdict after a 3-0 defeat for the Bedfordshire team.

'We had a number of openings but didn't make the keeper make a save.'

Sky Blues' cup-winning striker Cyrille Regis will help make the draw for the Second Round on Sunday with City handed ball number 17.




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Date:Sunday November 4 2012

Time: 7:35AM

 

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