A cyclist has brought some festive cheer to the streets of London by pedalling an image of a reindeer.
Under-fire Mansfield boss John Dempster believes his struggling side would now need to win 17 of their remaining games to make the play-offs after a 3-0 home defeat by Cheltenham.
Mansfield’s winless run was extended to a fifth game as Cheltenham chalked up a comfortable 3-0 victory to heap the pressure on home boss John Dempster.
Mansfield will be without Kellan Gordon for Saturday’s Sky Bet League Two match at home to Cheltenham due to a back injury.
Boss John Askey praised hat-trick hero Tom Pope’s attitude as he almost single-handedly fired Port Vale to a 3-1 FA Cup second-round victory at Cheltenham.
Tom Pope scored an eight-minute hat-trick to fire Port Vale into the third round of the FA Cup with a 3-1 win at Cheltenham.
Cheltenham will be without Luke Varney and Tahvon Campbell when they host Port Vale in the second round of the FA Cup.
Anthony Limbrick reckons his Grimsby side did enough to take three points from their midweek clash with Cheltenham.
Grimsby picked up their first point under interim manager Anthony Limbrick as they were held to a 0-0 by high-flying Cheltenham at Blundell Park.
Grimsby could welcome back youth graduate Max Wright for Tuesday’s rearranged Sky Bet League Two clash with Cheltenham.
Colchester boss John McGreal was disappointed to see his side pegged back by a “dodgy” penalty as they returned home from Cheltenham with a 1-1 draw.
Conor Thomas’ second-half penalty earned Cheltenham a 1-1 draw at home to Colchester.
Cheltenham will be without top scorer Luke Varney for their League Two clash against Colchester.
Swindon manager Richie Wellens claimed his side were made to pay for not taking their chances after losing 1-0 to Cheltenham in their FA Cup first-round replay.
Alex Addai’s strike five minutes into the second half sent Cheltenham into the second round of the FA Cup at the expense of West Country rivals Swindon.
Swindon will be without in-form striker Eoin Doyle for the FA Cup first-round replay with Cheltenham at the County Ground.
Exeter manager Matt Taylor felt it was a case of two organised teams cancelling each other out as the Grecians were held to a goalless draw by Cheltenham at St James Park.
Exeter and Cheltenham cancelled each other out in a dour goalless draw at St James Park.
Exeter manager Matty Taylor expects to again see his squad stretched for the Sky Bet League Two match against Cheltenham.
Richie Wellens felt his Swindon team should have eased comfortably into the second round of the FA Cup at Cheltenham.