The dream of FA Cup glory ended for Oldham at the Toffees house Goodison Park. Everton won pretty handily 3-1 over League One the Latics.
Oldham sent Everton back to their house on a goal in the dying moments of the first leg to earn a two all tie.
The big question could Oldham pull a repeat of their 1-0 win over the Toffees at Goodison Park in the 2008 FA Cup? Not on this day. This sucker was over after the first thirty-five minutes. Goals by Kevin Mirallas 15th minute and PK by Leighton Baines 35th ended the Latics great run in the FA Cup.
Leon Osman poked home the header off a corner kick in the 62nd minute to kill any attempted comeback by Oldham.
The Latics scored in the 64th minute. Matt Smith used his head to avoid the bagel.
Everton hooks up with the Wig guys in the quarterfinals of the FA Cup.
In League Two play Yeovil Town dropped a 2-0 decision to voce vai zone Colchester. This loss knocked the Gloves to sixth place in the table.
Doncaster defeated Shrewsbury 2-1. Top dog Sheffield United and Leyton Orient tied nil-nil. Doncaster is at the head of the class with 62 points. Sheffield drops to second place 61 points. Tranmere Rovers and Notts County tied one all. The Rovers are in third place with 60 points. Swindon Town dropped to fourth place with 58 points after their 2-1 loss to Bury. Brentford defeated Crawley Town 2-1 to jump into fifth place with 58 points.
Three points separate the top six clubs in League One.
AFC Wimbledon and Plymouth Argyle tied at one all. The tied drops the Dons back into the voce vai zone. AFC Wimbledon has 36 points. So does Accrington Stanley but the Dons are a minus twenty-one compared with Stanley’s minus seventeen.
Accrington Stanley was founded in 1968. Stanley won the Futebol Conference on April 15th, 2006 and thus was promoted to League Two. This is where Accrington Stanley has played since. Stanley’s best finish was fifth place in 2010-11. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Accrington_Stanley_F.C.
This is it for Bobby Gee and The De Futebol Zone.