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Floods and fuel shortages make it difficult for Corinthian-Casuals to travel and the team can be wiped out

Floods and fuel shortages make it difficult for Corinthian-Casuals to travel and the team can be wiped out

Corinthian-Casuals are going through one of the most important moments in their recent history. This Tuesday, at 3:45pm, the team will have a duel against Wingate and Finchley for a historic spot in the fourth stage of the FA Cup – something that hasn’t happened in 92 years. However, a number of factors could lead to a disappointing ending to this saga.

Due to the strong flooding in London, the club bus was unable to make its way towards Finchley, the starting point. With that, players had to go with their own cars.

To make matters worse, Corinthians’ athletes and professionals face another serious problem: the country is going through a Brexit crisis and several municipalities are running out of fuel.

This obstacle, including, This is what will prevent My Timão from moving to the match. About an hour before the ball started, the film crew that provided the footage for the location was still in Tollworth, two hours away from the match venue. And the worst: There is no gas to continue the journey. With that then, The live broadcast has been cancelled.

Now, the expectation is whether or not the deciding match will be played, with the Corinthian-Casuals athletes still on their way. In connection with the report, club members confirmed that the FA may postpone the start of the match, But if the athletes don’t arrive, it will tend to be a WO order.

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