Hartlepool United exited the FA Cup after suffering a 4-0 away defeat to Port Vale.
Hartlepool were knocked out of the competition in the second round after a disappointing display at Vale Park.
Pools were down 3-0 in the first 30 minutes and saw manager Craig Hignett sent to the stands by the end of the first half. The rout was complete in the second half after a penalty was scored by former Newcastle United midfielder Ryan Taylor.
Following Hartlepool's FA Cup departure, they can now concentrate back on the League where they face Cambridge United next at home.
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Hartlepool United boss Craig Hignett says there's 'no pressure' on his team going into tonight's League Cup clash with Preston North End.
Pools face an away trip to the Championship side in the First Round of the EFL Cup.
With the League Two club classed as the underdogs, Hignett believes the pressure will be on the hosts at Deepdale. He told ITV News:
I don't think anyone expects us to go there and win the game, except me.
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Hartlepool United boss Craig Hignett is looking forward to seeing the 'Stormtroopers' at the club's final game of the season at Plymouth Argyle.
It's a tradition among Hartlepool fans to wear fancy dress at their team's last away match of each campaign. This year more than 200 supporters will be dressed as Imperial Stormtroopers from the Star Wars movies.
Hignett, who is a self-confessed Star Wars fan, said he can't wait for Saturday's trip to Home Park.
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The sports journalist and television presenter Jeff Stelling, who is from Hartlepool, is doing well on day one of his challenge to raise awareness of prostate cancer.
The football journalist and TV personality says he will walk ten marathons in ten days - starting in Hartlepool.
The 260-mile journey will take in more than 30 football clubs, all of which are supporting his efforts to raise money for Prostate Cancer UK.
Day one sees the walkers set off from Hartlepool United, pass Middlesbrough FC and end at Marske.
As you can see from the photos - he has already reached the Transporter Bridge and The Riverside in Middlesbrough!