Sleaford Town to consider appeal after being thrown out of FA Cup
Sleaford Town have today been thrown out of the FA Cup for their part in the abandonment of the match against Huntingdon Town FC.
The club attended an FA Cup Sub-Committee meeting relating to the incident where the decision was made to remove both clubs from this year's competition.
Sleaford Town management say they will now wait to receive the official judgement from the FA before considering whether to exercise their right to appeal.
“We are all very frustrated and upset over the decision and will be looking to appeal,” said Sleaford Town manager Kris Jones.
The club also attended a separate hearing yesterday to answer a charge of a breach of FA Rule E20, when they accepted the charge and received a fine of £150.