Archives: FA Cup

Chelsea is Close to Agreeing Deal to Sign Metalist Kharkiv Midfielder Taison: The Daily EPL

Posted on by Alex Muller
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It’s been a busy morning for transfer news as Sky Sports are reporting that Chelsea is close to signing a new midfielder named Taison from FC Metalist. Meanwhile, West Ham have signed a Brazilian on loan, while Sunderland has signed … Continue reading

Luis Suarez Handles Ball to Help Liverpool Score Second Goal Against Mansfield in FA Cup [GIF]

Posted on by Alex Muller
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Luis Suarez has done it again. With the FA Cup match at 1-0 to Liverpool against Mansfield, and the Stags edging closer to causing a shock draw, the Uruguayan and Liverpool striker scored Liverpool’s second goal Sunday. However, it was blatantly … Continue reading

FA Cup Sunday, Third Round: Open Thread

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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After yesterday’s shock wins for Macclesfield and Luton Town, there are still a couple of opportunities today for more shocks in the third round of the FA Cup. Swansea City plays Arsenal in the first game of the day (kick-off … Continue reading

Mansfield Mark 96 Empty Seats With Names of Hillsborough Victims For Liverpool Match: The Nightly EPL

Posted on by Alex Muller
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Mansfield Town, a club in the fifth tier of English football, displayed a lot of class this weekend when they decided to take 96 seats at their ground in Nottinghamshire and set them aside as a tribute to the 96 … Continue reading

Sir Alex Ferguson Urges Inquiry Into Tottenham’s Signing of Zeki Fryers: The Nightly EPL

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson came out on the offensive Friday to criticize Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy over the Spurs signing of Zeki Fryers, a former Manchester United youth academy footballer. Ferguson is incensed that Tottenham signed the player … Continue reading

Why this Weekend’s FA Cup Matches Will Separate the Casual Soccer Fans From the Hardcore

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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I’ve lost count of the number of times that I’ve heard that the FA Cup deserves more respect from football supporters. In fact, I’d argue the opposite. It doesn’t deserve more respect. If anything, it just deserves to be given … Continue reading

Wayne Rooney Ruled Out for Another 2 Weeks; Will Miss Liverpool Clash: The Daily EPL

Posted on by Alex Muller
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Bad news for Manchester United fans this morning, but it’s good news for Javier Hernandez. Wayne Rooney has been ruled out of action for a further two weeks, which will mean he’ll miss the match against Liverpool on January 13. … Continue reading

Johan Cruyff Confirms Pep Guardiola Will Coach in England Next Season: The Nightly EPL

Posted on by Alex Muller
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After Johan Cruyff managed what was probably his last game for Catalonia in a friendly yesterday, the Dutch legend was asked whether former Barcelona manager Pep Guardiola  could be next in line for the Catalonia job. In a surprising answer, … Continue reading

FOX Elevates US Coverage of the FA Cup to Its Free-to-Air TV Network

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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After FOX lost in their joint bid with ESPN to secure the US media rights to the Premier League for seasons 2013-16, one of the unlikely winners of the decision is the FA Cup. With FOX only having five months … Continue reading

Liverpool Sign Chelsea Striker Daniel Sturridge for Undisclosed Fee: The Daily EPL

Posted on by Alex Muller
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A busy day in the January transfer today in England as Demba Ba appears to be on his way to Chelsea, while Liverpool has announced that they’ve signed Chelsea striker Daniel Sturridge for an undisclosed fee. Here are today’s Premier … Continue reading

Newcastle Set to Sign France Defender Mathieu Debuchy From Lille: The Nightly EPL

Posted on by Alex Muller
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Newcastle United looks set to sign France defender Mathieu Debuchy, and the timing couldn’t be better. United is suffering from a horrible dip in form, and there are plenty of gaps in the back four. Debuchy should be a brilliant … Continue reading

“Football Is” – Budweiser UK

Posted on by Laurence McKenna

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Martin Keown and Terry Venables Offer Their Football Inspirations

Posted on by Laurence McKenna

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U7_D95OAYW4] Martin Keown’s words about his hero. It’s always great to hear a star speak about their heros and their inspirations. What do they look for in a player? What drives them on and builds their personal drive is a … Continue reading

What Was Your First FA Cup Final and Your Lasting Memories From It?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Congratulations to Chelsea Football Club for winning the 2012 FA Cup Final after beating Liverpool 2-1 in 90 minutes. We now know who one of the teams will be in the 2012 Community Shield, and we’ll find out next Sunday … Continue reading

Liverpool vs Chelsea: FA Cup Final Preview and Videos

Posted on by Matt Jones

In case you hadn’t realized, there has been quite a noticeable rivalry developing between Liverpool and Chelsea over the last decade or so. If we are to look back at recent seasons then many of the most significant, if not … Continue reading

Chelsea Scores Second Goal Against Spurs In FA Cup Semi-Final; Did It Cross The Line Or Not? [VIDEO]

Posted on by Christopher Harris

In the FA Cup semi-final between Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday, Chelsea was awarded a second goal in controversial circumstances after referee Martin Atkinson ruled that the ball had crossed the line. However in the above video, you can … Continue reading

FA Cup Semi-Final Previews: Liverpool vs Everton, and Chelsea vs Tottenham

Posted on by Daniel Lofti

It would be hard to wish for a bigger and better duo of FA Cup semi-finals at Wembley this year with the prospect of Everton meeting Liverpool in a Merseyside derby, and Chelsea meeting Tottenham, in a London derby. Here’s … Continue reading

Premier League and FA Cup Sunday, Gameweek 29 and 6th Round: Open Thread

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Just like yesterday, today we have two FA Cup matches and two Premier League games. The action begins with the early kick-off at Molineux between Wolverhampton Wanderers and Manchester United (9:30am ET kickoff). The key to this match will be … Continue reading