Chapman excited by FA Trophy

LOWESTOFT Town joint-boss Micky Chapman can't wait for his side to start a new challenge in the FA Trophy tomorrow.The Suffolk side have enjoyed great success in the FA Vase in recent years but, following their promotion to step four of the non-league pyramid, will now contest the Trophy.

Stuart Watson

LOWESTOFT Town joint-boss Micky Chapman can't wait for his side to start a new challenge in the FA Trophy tomorrow.

The Suffolk side have enjoyed great success in the FA Vase in recent years but, following their promotion to step four of the non-league pyramid, will now contest the Trophy.

“The FA Trophy is one down from the FA Cup and is something we are really looking forward to,” said Chapman. “There are some really big clubs in the Trophy and potentially some mouth-watering ties if we can go on a bit of a run.”


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The Blues host fellow Ryman League Division One North side Redbridge tomorrow.

- To hear more from Chapman and a full non-league preview, see tomorrow's EADT.

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