4 FA Cup Videos To Get You In The Mood for Manchester United-Chelsea [VIDEO]

After today’s FA Cup matches, the names of Wigan Athletic and Manchester City are in the hat for the semi-final draw tomorrow, which EPL Talk will be bringing you live at 2:30pm ET.

Unless there are draws after the final whistle, tomorrow we’ll find out what other two teams will be in semi-final, whether they’ll be Manchester United, Chelsea, Blackburn or Millwall.

In preparation for tomorrow’s FA Cup matches and to get you in the mood (as well as to shine some light on the history of the competition), here are four new videos for your enjoyment.

FA Cup 6th round preview with Dennis Wise:

Gary Pallister and Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink preview Manchester United-Chelsea:

Manchester United vs Chelsea preview:

Ian Rush – The FA Cup Greatest 11

4 thoughts on “4 FA Cup Videos To Get You In The Mood for Manchester United-Chelsea [VIDEO]”

  1. United vs Chelsea… I can’t decide who to support. It’s kinda sad now knowing that one of them has to progress to Wembley. Well, at least we have Wigan and one of Milwall/Blackburn guaranteed inside to make things a little nicer.

  2. Game Day! Oh, how I love that sound. Good morning everyone. Today is going to be great. I have been studying and I feel like Katniss Everdeen: I’m on fire!

    I am really looking forward to calling my second MANU match of the week. Just wait until you hear my “Roooooooonnnneeeeeeee!” You might not recognize it as me because I have been working on my British accent. I think it is coming along quite nicely.

    I have also figured out a way to bring a crossover phrase from my college football calls. It’s from Texas A&M University. When “Roooooooonnnneeeeeeee’s” (sorry, I couldn’t resist – it just sounds so awesome) English teammate Ryan Giggs makes a good play I’m going to yell “Gig ‘em!” It’s so Dench.

    I’ve got some more surprises that are going to knock your socks off, but you will have to wait.

    I have been getting so many requests for autographed pictures that I am almost out of them. But you can email me with your request or any other thoughts you have at gus_avos@hotmail.com. Get it? “avos – American Voice of Soccer.” I have to thank my personal assistant at Fox Soccer Channel – Warren Barton – for setting that up for me.

    I’ve got to go now. The hotel is serving breakfast. It is quite ghastly – filled with plump pork sausages, thick slices of bacon, fried bread, fried mushrooms, fried potatoes and baked beans, served with a cup of hot tea. Oh, how I long for some good ol’ French toast, pancakes, biscuits and gravy, hash browns, waffles or steak and eggs.

    Catch you from the Traff.

    The American Voice of Soccer

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