AIMITA

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AIMITAAttitude Is More Important Than Ability
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The non-league minnows switched the tie to North London on Thursday after the FA told them their tiny Aimita Stadium was not safe enough to stage the game.
But ambitious Westley still wants to give the Gunners a game and, as Boro's Aimita Stadium holds just 4,163 supporters the Hampshire club are looking into the possibilities of hosting the tie at Reading's Madejski Stadium or Southampton's St Mary's ground.
It remains to be seen if Farnborough's tie with the championship favourites will be played at the Aimita Stadium - capacity 4,900 - or switched to Highbury.
Ducros, nicknamed 'The Duke', plays against Farnborough Town at the Aimita Stadium tomorrow but there are doubts about keeper Chris MacKenzie, who has a back injury and faces a late test, deputy Steve Hodgson stands by.
The Brewers' coach twice broke down on route to the Aimita Stadium but Clough kept the UniBond League title-chasers on the road for Trophy glory with a late equaliser.
Having swallowed a bundle of American business motivation books in his time (he renamed Farnborough's Cherrywood Road the AIMITA Stadium, meaning Attitude Is More Important Than Ability), the Boro boss can never be accused of lacking confidence.
With Steve Burr's men nestled in 16th place on the fringes of the relegation zone, a victory at the Aimita Stadium would be a welcome consolation following Tuesday's debacle at Barrow.
The burly and towering Farnborough players were not asked to do a lot for their comprehensive 3-0 win as Rovers threw away any chance of extending their 10-match unbeaten run at the Aimita.