CONCORD Rangers manager Danny Scopes feels tomorrow’s FA Cup clash at Stevenage will live with him forever.

National League South side Concord have made it through to the first round stage for just the second time in their history.

And Scopes cannot wait to lock horns with Stevenage who are currently 21st in League Two.

“We’re really excited,” said Scopes.

“On a personal level it’s nice to have a got a club that’s close to my heart and been involved with for a while on and off the pitch into the first round.

"It’s something which will live with me for a long time and the last time we got there I was a supporter.

"I remember going to Mansfield and the replay and they’re fond memories.

“It’s great collectively for the players and the club as well.

"It’s another bit of history but obviously it’s a bit different this time because there are no fans.

"But we want to try and get into the next round and then maybe supporters might be back by then.”

Concord go into the game on the back of a 4-1 win at Dulwich Hamlet on Tuesday night.

But Scopes knows Stevenage, who are managed by former Southend United striker Alex Revell, will be even tougher to beat.

“We have to show them respect because they have some good players,” said Scopes.

“But we can go there with confidence after our performance the other night and we have nothing to lose.”

Stevenage also have former Blues defenders Ben Coker and Luke Prosser in their squad.