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Journey is just beginning for Lions insists Guiseley boss Cox

GUISELEY’S FA Cup odyssey may have ended at Mansfield Town, but for Paul Cox, the real journey is only just beginning.

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Bygones: Passing years cannot diminish brilliance of Leeds United icon Billy Bremner

IT was, somewhat fittingly, in the Scottish citadel of Stirling where the little big man of Leeds United was born.

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Guiseley's Mike Fondop-Talom takes on Mansfield's Hayden White. PIC: Jonathan Gawthorpe

Mansfield Town 3 Guiseley 0: Nine-man Guiseley’s FA Cup dream’s over

PAUL COX admitted that his Guiseley side paid for an insipid start en route to a comprehensive FA Cup exit at former club Mansfield Town on an afternoon when the visitors also lost their discipline and played the last 39 minutes with nine men.

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Guiseley players celebrate beating Accrington Stanley in the first round of the FA Cup.

Cox urges his Guiseley players to ‘seize the moment’ at Mansfield

PAUL COX is urging his Guiseley side to seize the moment and make further FA Cup history at his old stamping ground of Mansfield Town this afternoon (2pm).

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Guiseley manager Paul Cox. PIC: Steve Riding

Mansfield Town v Guiseley: ‘Forgetful’ Cox caught on the hop by FA Cup date

FOR Paul Cox to say that it had escaped his attentions that Guiseley were in FA Cup action in a nostalgic ‘memory lane’ fixture at former club Mansfield Town on Sunday would represent a surprise to many.

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SIDELINED: Guiseley's Will Hatfield. Picture: Steve Riding.

Guiseley boss Cox striving to bring in new culture at Nethermoor

FOR GUISELEY manager Paul Cox, it has very much been a case of mixed news on the midfield front this week.

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Fylde v Guiseley: Paul Cox wants Lions to wise up after Daggers defeat

GUISELEY manager Paul Cox has demanded that his Lions side learn from their mistakes ahead of this evening’s National League outing at AFC Fylde.

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THE 1986-87 ENGLAND CRICKET TEAM LINE UP BEFORE LEAVING FOR AUSTRALIA AND THE ASHES TOUR. FROM LEFT: BACK ROW: LAURIE BROWN (PHYSIO) BRUCE FRENCH, WILF SLACK, PHILLIP DE FREITAS, CHRIS BROAD, JAMES WHITAKER,GLADSTONE SMALL, JACK RICHARDS, BILL ATHEY, PETER AUSTEN (SCORER) FRONT ROW: MICKEY STEWART (TEAM MANAGER) NEIL FOSTER, IAN BOTHAM, DAVID GOWER, MIKE GATTING, Peter Lush, JOHN EMBUREY (V-CAPT), PHIL EDMONDS, ALLAN LAMB, GRAHAM DILLEY.

Ashes 2017-18: Bygones - How Gatting’s England defied expectations at The Gabba

WOOLLOONGABBA woes have bedevilled England for many a year, but there was one magnificent interlude in November 1986.

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Guiseley spot stopper Jonny Maxted. PIC: Bruce Rollinson

Non-League: Guiseley goalkeeper Maxted spot on with mind games

AS WEEKS go, Jonny Maxted would struggle to recall a more eventful or memorable one in his career to date.

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Guiseley goalkeeper Jonny Maxted saves his first penalty at 
Accrington Stanley in the sides' FA Cup first-round replay. PIC: Bruce Rollinson

Guiseley: Going full-time paying off for keeper Maxted – and the Lions

ON THE evidence of his staggering feats of the past two matches, a little bit of tender loving care is reaping a harvest for Guiseley cup hero Jonny Maxted.

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Guiseley celebrate winning the penalty shootout.

Ten-man Guiseley hold nerve in shootout to create FA Cup history

Accrington Stanley 1 Guiseley 1 (AET - 1-1 90 mins, Guiseley win 4-3 pens)

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Guiseley manager Paul Cox. PIC: Steve Riding

FA Cup replay: Lions boss Cox deflects pressure on to League Two high fliers Accrington Stanley

GUISELEY manager Paul Cox insists that all the FA Cup pressure will be firmly on the shoulders of opponents Accrington Stanley this evening as the Lions strive to make their own piece of history.

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Reece Thompson.

Guiseley boss Paul Cox is keeping his ‘eye on ball’

PAUL COX has warned his Guiseley players to forget about ‘the bright lights’ of the FA Cup ahead of their return to National League business at home to Bromley tomorrow.

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Captain Palmer hails uncomplicated approach of Guiseley boss Cox

GUISELEY captain Ash Palmer has hailed the clarity of thought and uncomplicated approach of manager Paul Cox, who he believes is starting to make his impact felt at Nethermoor.

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Guiseley's Kevan Hirst - man of the match against Accrington Stanley in the FA Cup - crosses the ball. PIC: Steve Riding

Guiseley 0 Accrington Stanley 0: Guiseley boss Cox excited at still being in the FA Cup mix

PAUL COX has professed to a sense of excitement at Guiseley taking their place in tomorrow evening’s FA Cup second-round draw following a 0-0 Roses stalemate with League Two high-fliers Accrington Stanley at Nethermoor.

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Guiseley manager Paul Cox.

Guiseley boss Paul Cox is daring to dream of another cup run

PAUL COX, for one, is daring to dream. The FA Cup has been benevolent and giving to the Guiseley manager in the past, with pride of place going to a third-round date against Liverpool at old club Mansfield in January 2013 in a tie screened live on Match of the Day.

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Alex-Ray Harvey, right.

‘Impatient’ manager Cox happy to take small steps

NOT normally the most patient of individuals by his own admission, Guiseley manager Paul Cox admits he is learning to be a little bit more stoic these days.

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Video: Ex-Leeds United striker Billy Sharp eyeing up win over his former club

BILLY SHARP knew that his time at Leeds United would not be straightforward right from the off.

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Leeds United's David Somme sandwiched between Sheffield United pair Leon Britton and Kyle Bartley

Haven't we met before? Five of best meetings between Leeds United and Sheffield United

IT IS FAIR to say that Leeds United have had the better of matches at home to Sheffield United over the years.
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Darren Holden.

New recruits ‘raising the bar’ says Guiseley boss Cox

PAUL COX believes that Guiseley’s new boys are raising the bar at Nethermoor.

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