2017-18 FA Cup

Who wins the FA Cup?


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SM

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All I'm saying is that personally, I'd feel more under pressure in the WC Semis than the CL final when already trailing.
I think you're completely missing the fact it was a penalty shoot out and not just a random penalty. Or else you really have lost it.
 

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I haven't missed that.
Ok it reads as if you think they were 2-0 down, he took a pen in the 63rd minute and had no pressure.

WTF are you on about having no pressure on the spot kick that will determine whether they lose the game or not in a penalty shoot out?
 

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Ok it reads as if you think they were 2-0 down, he took a pen in the 63rd minute and had no pressure.

WTF are you on about having no pressure on the spot kick that will determine whether they lose the game or not in a penalty shoot out?
I never said there was no pressure, maybe you should take a re-read and don't jump to conclusions like you always do.
 

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Ok it reads as if you think they were 2-0 down, he took a pen in the 63rd minute and had no pressure.

WTF are you on about having no pressure on the spot kick that will determine whether they lose the game or not in a penalty shoot out?
This is exactly how I interpreted it.
 

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FA cup next weekend before the double header (must win against Everton, no question about it).

Up against Posh this time around, and it's another big one for Vardy, since one of his V9 graduates (Alex Penny) plays for Posh.

So this will be quite the meeting! Penny's a CB for Posh, and if Vardy comes on for a cameo, hoo boy.
 

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FA Cup 4th Round TV Schedule (AEDST).

Saturday 27 January:
6:50am - Manchester United v Yeovil Town - Channel 508
11:25pm - Leicester City v Peterborough - Channel 508

Sunday 28 January:
2:00am - West Ham v Wigan Athletic - Channel 508
4:25am - Newport County v Tottenham Hotspur - Channel 508
6:40am - West Bromwich Albion v Liverpool - Channel 508

Monday 29 January:
12:25am - Newcastle United v Chelsea - Channel 508
2:55am - Manchester City v Cardiff City - Channel 508
 

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Rojo is shite, has fouled every time he’s tried to get the ball.

Poor start from United, getting schooled early here from Yeovil
 

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1-0 United, Rashford with the goal after a Yeovil defender makes a blunder. Messy goal but we’ll take it.

Sanchez has been ok, not much to work with though, trying to create things when his teammates aren’t moving.
 
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