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The FA Cup 2020-21 qualifier continues this week with 234 non-league clubs scheduled to compete in the first qualifying round.
Around 160 qualifying teams will be joined by 74 clubs starting their cup war campaign.
There are three more qualifiers after this stage.
BBC Sport looks at a number of clubs, players and game managers this week who are hoping to make it to the correct first round on November 7-8, as teams from League One and League Two step up into the. Fun88
From San Siro to St Ives
Edmund Hottor is living a dream when AC Milan signed at 17 years old.
Practicing with the second team, the Ghanaian midfielder often plays practice matches with the first team, plays with his seniors Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Ronaldinho and Andrea Pirlo.
The 27-year-old Hottor plays for Cambridgeshire's part-time agency St Ives Town, who started the FA Cup campaign in Suffolk to meet Brantham Athletic on Tuesday. spent six years with AC Milan without being included in the seven-time European championship squad, says.
""It was a great experience for me. I had the chance to train with such big names and I learned a lot as a teenager at AC Milan.
"" though not playing in Serie A. ""Hottor was signed by AC Milan shortly after playing in Serie B for Triestina. His CV also included a short spell, in his early 20s, at Inter Milan, where he left without a high-profile appearances.MARKET CASINO also played in Portugal and Malta, Hottor came to England in 2018 and joined Kettering Town and Banbury United before signing a contract with St Ives, who plays in the seventh division of the Southern Premier League Center, in December 2019.
“I went to England without an agent and I had to start somewhere,” he added. is enjoying playing again. ”
Also at St Ives Town there is 38-year-old Marc Richards, former striker of Port Vale, Northampton and Barnsley. Fun88
Back after cancer
Mark Fell knew there was something Something went wrong when he couldn't remember one of his team's victories - despite being in the match.
A few days later, the 37-year-old Lancaster City boss
had to undergo radiation therapy after being diagnosed with stomach cancer in November 2019. Despite the ongoing treatment involving a ""minor"" surgery in October, Fell was back on the field and preparing his seventh-tier team for Tuesday's home game against Runcorn Town.
“It was identified quite quickly and they eliminated it,” said Fell, boss of Northern Premier League Premier Division Lancaster since October 2018.
""I haven't been well for a while, I feel sick and go bloody.
"" We played with Colne in a cup match and just before the doctor told me I needed some tests. .
""We won but I don't remember the game. All I remember is telling assistant Graham Lancashire 'I'm not right'.""
Lancashire, former Burnley striker Wigan and Rochdale, is responsible for running the team while the manager is in treatment.
Amazingly, Fell was in exhaustion as Lancaster took a 3-0 win over Stafford Ranger on December 21 - and almost fainted as he celebrated the goal.
""I too want to go back,"" he added. ""I'm okay after my physical doctor gave me some water.""
Teenager Reached Four Points
After receiving a text message saying he would play, 17-year-old Shane Temple made the most of his pivotal moment on the FA Cup stage by scoring four goals for AFC Sudbury in the preliminary round. Eighth-tiered CASINO Suffolk eighth-tier club Suffolk led Harborough Town 2-0 before Temple attacked four times in a 22-minute period on either side of the first half.
Temple is part of the successful academy of the Isthmian League North Division Club.
""It's our DNA to motivate these younger players, Shane deserves his chance,"" said AFC Sudbury boss Mark Morsley.
After a draw, Temple was given a bottle of wine to the man of the match.
""I think it was handed over very quickly to his father,"" added Morsley, who has a trip to Lincolnshire to face Stamford on Tuesday.
'Man Utd goals are cunning'
It's been 5 years since Scott Laird threatened to cause major FA Cup disappointment.
In the game against Manchester United, he gave League One's Preston the lead in the fifth round match at Deepdale before Louis van Gaal's side made a comeback to win 3-1.
Now player and assistant manager at Weston-super-Mare, Laird hopes to inspire his team-mates to qualify.
""If there was a VAR back then I think Preston would have gone through it,"" said Laird, 32, of that night at Deepdale Feb. 16, 2015.
""All three of United's goals were cunning.""
As a veteran player with more than 350 appearances at the English Football Championship, Laird has been an assistant to Scott Bartlett at the seventh-place Weston-super-Mare since June 2019.
""I can stay in League Two, I am had two or three offers but all were on a one-year contract, ""added Laird, whose career included spells at Walsall, Forest Green Rovers, Scunthorpe and Torquay. CASINO Fun88O ""I don't think it's right to keep moving my family - we've moved 11 times in 16 years in my career. Now I have a daughter and I don't want to do that. With me.
""My role at Weston-super-Mare allows me to continue playing as a coach. It was a great opportunity to learn what I want to do in the future, to become a manager. ""
Laird is the son of former Weston-super-Mare coach Craig Laird, and his brothers are Jamie, Craig Jr and Callum have also appeared for the club, who are playing in the Southern League Premier Division South. He also has a coaching role at a nearby school.
""I love it,"" he said. . ""I'm learning a lot. It was a pleasure to be at home - my wife and I moved back to the area where we grew up. ”
Weston-super-Mare started their FA Cup campaign at Cowes Sports on Tuesday.