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Tag Archives: FA Cup

Why FA Cup Third Round Matches Are Better On Radio Than TV

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The third round of the FA Cup is like Christmas to me. There’s always a surprise or two that you never expect. Plus, I usually get up early in anticipation of the matches that are before me. And this year, … Continue reading

Looking Ahead to the FA Cup Third Round On US Television

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Without a doubt, the third round of the FA Cup is one of the highlights of the calendar year for football supporters. It’s a golden opportunity to see the giants of football compete against amateur teams made up of people … Continue reading

FA Cup Tour Visits Millwall FC: Video

Posted on by Christopher Harris

A lot has changed in the world since the FA Cup, the oldest football competition in the world, began in 1871. But the magic of the tournament still remains. The prospect of non-league minnows upsetting giants. And the nostalgia of … Continue reading

Restoring the Romance of the Copa del Rey

Posted on by Andy Pineda

If the Copa del Rey is played, but hardly anyone cares about it, did it really happen?  To say that some of the La Liga teams think of the cup as a nuisance would be quite an understatement.  With the … Continue reading

The FA Cup’s Fastest Goal Came Too Soon

Posted on by Ethan Armstrong

Everton’s Pienaar launched the ball into the box from the left side. Chelsea’s Mikel got his head to it but could not clear. Fellaini headed the ball back into the danger area where Louis Saha waited, unmarked, uncontended. He spins … Continue reading

FA Cup Final Live Blog: Everton v Chelsea

Posted on by Michael Scallon

The last dance of the season, of every season, the FA Cup Final is the jewel in the English Football Crown. Last year’s final between Cardiff and Portsmouth was arguably the exception, but this year’s certainly isn’t: Underdogs Everton come into the … Continue reading

The FA Cup: Everton Can Win

Posted on by Ethan Armstrong

I was completely seduced by last year’s FA Cup. Barnsley and Cardiff City charged toward the final in a gripping giant-killing warpath. They toppled Liverpool, Chelsea and Middlesbrough in their wake. (Boro were still a mid-table Premier League side, so … Continue reading

FA Cup Final Preview

Posted on by Randy Capps

  With the Premier League race done and dusted and the Champions League trophy spending the summer in Catalonia, there’s only one more piece of silverware on offer in the 2008-2009 season, and either Everton or Chelsea will lay claim … Continue reading

Half Empty or Half Full: A Look At Arsenal’s 2008-09 Season

Posted on by tyduffy

Facing the sobering reality of a fourth season without a major trophy, Arsenal fans have been disappointed.  The disenchantment has created a culture of negativity around the club, which Arsene Wenger lashed out at on Friday. “When you look at … Continue reading

The “Power Of Scotland”

Posted on by Ross Gallacher

Reaching the FA Cup final was a long overdue reward for Everton manager David Moyes.  As the Premierships’ third longest serving manager, Moyes has brought consistent performances for a low budget club.  It is worth considering that at Everton he … Continue reading

Clubs Gear Up for FA Cup Semifinals

Posted on by Randy Capps

It’s a busy part of the calendar for some squads, but the chance for FA Cup glory presents itself this weekend at Wembley in a pair of semifinal games. Arsenal and Chelsea won’t have much time to celebrate mid-week successes … Continue reading

FA Cup Semi-Final Draw

Posted on by Johnathan Starling

And then there were five. With one FA Cup Quarterfinal yet to be played (Arsenal v Hull City, to be played on either the 17th or 18th of March per the BBC), Sunday afternoon the FA Cup Semi-Final draw was … Continue reading

Man United Quadruple is Bittersweet Possibility

Posted on by Richard Whittall

It’s the first of March and although there is everything to be decided, you can smell it in the air. This could be the year United do what hasn’t been accomplished by a British club since Celtic in 1967: winning … Continue reading

Not a Happy Guus While Rafa’s Going No Where,

Posted on by Johnathan Starling

I’m happy Guus is not as thrilled about Chelsea’s 1-0 win as I am. A bit of a side bar before I get into the news tonight. Chelsea are extremely lucky they are a goal to the good heading into … Continue reading

Cahill Does It Again, FA Cup Draw Thoughts, And Other Premier League News

Posted on by Johnathan Starling

Is there anything Tim Cahill can’t do? Tim Cahill’s week defines the word jet lag. From Liverpool to Japan for a World Cup Qualifier. His performance for Australia wasn’t exactly great, then again neither was Australia’s. Cahill had to be … Continue reading

Samba Saves Blackburn Blushes

Posted on by Johnathan Starling

Blackburn Rovers have to consider themselves fortunate they are looking at a Ricoh Arena replay instead of losing in front of the most faithful of the faithful at Ewood Park. After Roque Santa Cruz put Blackburn ahead inside of ninety … Continue reading

Possible Upsets In the FA Cup?

Posted on by Shakira Graham

The 5th round of the FA Cup gets underway this Saturday and Sunday and the question is will there be any upsets or will it be business as usual? Watford v Chelsea – Vicarage Road Just last week I would … Continue reading