But Rowe has an extra reason to hope Fylde follow Jose Mourinho’s United out of the hat, should they see off Wigan Athletic on Friday.
Rowe is a former United trainee who fell out of love with football when released at the age of 16 — a familiar story for many.
Children are always welcome and Franco has designed a special menu to please every child’s palette.Fylde, who were only formed in 1988, tonight welcome League One leaders Wigan and the BBC television cameras to Mill Farm on the shoulder of the M55.The tie against the 2013 winners is worth around £200,000.‘A lot of the lads know, if we’re truthful, that we won’t win the FA Cup,’ says Rowe, who scored twice in the first round as Fylde beat Kidderminster Harriers 4-2.‘You just have to try to get to some big places against big clubs, like Lincoln.He has made two appearances in the under-23s for Albion since recovering and heads back up north next week.
Walton said: "They're doing well at the moment and are top of the league (one), so it'll be a challenge to get back into the team but I'm excited for it." Czech international Skalak (above) made 31 appearances in last season's Championship promotion campaign but has not featured in Albion's Premier League squad.The restaurant is set on 2 floors with a fully air conditioned dining area upstairs and a bar and sitting room on the ground floor where you can enjoy pre and post meal drinks in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.