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Dec 7, 2014 at 2pm UK at ​Glanford Park
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Carl Heeley: 'Worcester City replay thoroughly deserved'

Worcester City manager Carl Heeley insists that his side "thoroughly deserved" a replay against Scunthorpe United in the FA Cup second round.

Worcester City manager Carl Heeley has insisted that his side "thoroughly deserved" to earn a replay in their FA Cup second-round tie with Scunthorpe United.

Having knocked Coventry City out in the previous round, the Conference North side came from a goal down to share a 1-1 draw with the League One side this afternoon, giving them another chance to reach the third round

Heeley told BBC Sport: "All we said today was to have no regrets and to do ourselves justice. We thoroughly deserved a second bite of the cherry. We have a fighting chance.

"I am delighted for the boys and the fans, they are a great bunch. Obviously you want the biggest tie of the third round, we all want to go to Old Trafford or the Emirates."

The draw for the third round of the competition, which includes the Premier League and Championship clubs, takes place on Monday.


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