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Knock-off scarf creators make huge blunders with AFC Fylde’s name ahead of cup final

Knock-off scarf creators have had their work mocked by National League side AFC Fylde after noticing that they had their name spelt wrong.

The unofficial merchandise was already put up ready for fans to buy ahead of the FA Trophy and FA Vase Final at Wembley Stadium tomorrow afternoon.

Though the Coasters joked after one scarf appeared to call them Flynde and Flyde inside of Fylde. Not only that but trophy was spelt ‘trophey’ also. Huge fail.

The cup finalist tweeted: “Happy to sign that off as it is?”, “AFC Flynde in the Trophey final. Yes, absolutely perfect.”, “Great, print a thousand.”

Check the viral photo for yourself below…

Fylde replied to their tweet: Long story short, our congratulations go to Portland based Human Resource company @GoFlynde, who will take on @leytonorientfc this weekend at Wembley.

@mancunianmark wrote: Can you not just change your name for a few days? You know to help a young Entrepreneur out

Then Fylde wrote this:

The amused but confused tweets continued…

It will be AFC Fylde’s second trip to Wembley this season after they missed on EFL promotion to Salford City in the National League playoff final.

Opponents Leyton Orient have already gone up, winning the league on the final day of the season and will be hoping to complete the double tomorrow afternoon.

Also playing at the same ground on the same day will be Chertsey Town against Cray Valley PM, as they battle it out to be crowned the 2018/19 FA Vase winners.

We’ll have the round-ups on both those matches on the website following the full time whistles.


After checking out AFC Fylde’s photo tweet picking up on the awful spelling errors that appeared on a knock-off scarf ahead of the FA Trophy Final, fans took to give their amused replies – find out what they had to say on the next page.


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