Source: Salford Advertiser
SALFORD City Football Club boss Gary Fellows says his team will beat FC United in their FA Vase high noon showdown and then go on to win the whole competition.
The match at The Willows on Saturday, November 18, is being billed as a big rematch after Salford beat FC 2-1 in a pulsating North West Counties League game in October in front of 4,000 fans.
It is still FC’s only defeat of the season and the reds top the league, with City not far behind in fourth.
Fellows said: "We are a better team than FC United and we showed that at the previous game.
"FC play on good pitches in big grounds every week because of their crowd, but we don’t get that advantage and we’re still not far behind them.
"There’s not one player in my squad I would swap for one of theirs.
"My lads are all local with the majority living less than a mile from The Willows.
"I honestly think that whoever wins on Saturday will win the FA Vase and I’m more than confident it will be us.
"There’ll be a big crowd again - Salford people will be there in force."
Fellows’ brother Adie will lead the Ammies out on to the pitch.