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Linnets happy with Harriers tie

Keith Webb
Keith Webb aims to steer the Linnets into the first round proper

King's Lynn manager Keith Webb is happy with the team's FA Cup fourth qualifying round draw - at home to Kidderminster on 25 October.

The Linnets will play the Blue Square Premier side at the Walks after beating Wroxham 2-0 away in the last round.

Webb told BBC Radio Norfolk: "It's a very difficult tie but my players will relish the challenge.

"We've got one of the big boys of the Conference and they're riding well [fifth] in their league."

Lynn have won more games in the competition than Manchester United and Arsenal.

In 2006, the Linnets reached the second round proper where they lost a televised home tie against Oldham Athletic in front of more 5,000 fans.

The last time Lynn met Kidderminster for a place in the first round of the competition was in 1984.

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see also
Comeback seals away win for Lynn
04 Oct 08 |  Non League
King's Lynn win Cup derby clash
11 Oct 08 |  FA Cup


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