- Brackley Town 2 - 2 Newport
- Gainsborough Trinity 0 - 1 Shrewsbury
- Whitehawk 5 - 3 Lincoln City
Notts County manager Ricardo Moniz has conceded his side's defeat to non-League Salford City in the first round of the FA Cup was "a disaster".
Salford, who are co-owned by Manchester United legends Gary Neville, Nicky Butt and Paul Scholes, play in the Evo-Stik Premier League and claimed a comfortable 2-0 win over their League Two opponents at Moor Lane.
Moniz admitted Salford deserved the win.
I will never forget this. It has been a disaster for Notts County.
They deserved to win, they were better. They wanted it more.
Salford City delivered the first shock of this year's FA Cup knocking out Notts County - a team who are 59 places above Salford.Read the full story ›
- Burton Albion v Peterborough United
- Port Vale v Maidenhead United
- Mansfield Town v Oldham Athletic
- Coventry City v Northampton Town
- Salford City v Notts County
- Walsall v Fleetwood Town
- Sheffield United v Worcester City
- Gainsborough Trinity v Shrewsbury Town
- FC United of Manchester v Chesterfield
Games to be played on 7th November 2015.
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Tim Sherwood, manager of Aston Villa, has apologised to fans on behalf of the team 'for not giving them anything to cheer about today.'
Sherwood's side suffered a crushing 4-0 defeat to Arsenal at Wembley in the FA Cup Final.
He told a press conference that the team need to 'change some of their mentalities' because they're quite used to losing and it's not a good habit.
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Despite suffering a disappointing defeat at the hands of Arsenal, Villa fans had mixed reactions to the final FA Cup result.
Many felt that Villa 'didn't turn up' and it was 'disappointing' that the team didn't even have a shot on goal.
But others were resolute that they will return in the near future.