FA Cup heroics deliver Fleetwood star Neal free pizzas for a year!

Fleetwood 'keeper Neal could win a year of pizza

GETTY CLEAN SHEET Fleetwood'keeper Chris Neal could win a year's supply of pizza

Fleetwood Town goalkeeper Chris Neal earned his crust on Saturday as his clean sheet in the 0-0 draw against Leicester City in the FA Cup saw him win a year's supply of pizza.

It would have been a memorable way of topping a fine day for Uwe Rosler's side, who instead take away the prize of visiting the King Power Stadium for a third-round replay with the top-flight big cheeses. It was a special game, a cup game and it had a good atmosphere.

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Moving on to address his own performance, Puel conceded that his side underperformed, but also cited the hectic festive fixture list as hampering his team's efforts. "It's to develop and create players to be sold on and to win football games". I think there is no excuse about this.

"Not very often. It is not great for us but it is nice for games of this magnitude to get a little bit of interest from companies", Neal said.

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Thai-owned Leicester fielded a weakened team, but did hand a first start to Adrien Silva after the Portugal midfielder finally secured his player registration following his transfer in August. The atmosphere, the stadium and the pitch are not the same as in the Premier League. We have a lot of injuries with Wes Morgan, Danny Simpson, Jamie Vardy and Christian Fuchs is ill and Robert Huth wasn't available. The second half there was duels, battles, long balls and set plays and sometimes it is a lottery.

"I might even share a slice with one of our strikers if they manage to score at the other end!"

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