FA cup Thread

Discussion in 'All Other Sports' started by Bullitt, Jan 30, 2006.

  1. Bullitt

    Bullitt Guest

    Manchester United travel to Liverpool following the FA Cup fifth round draw at The Football Association's Soho Square headquarters.

    United defeated Liverpool 1-0 at Old Trafford recently but there was controversy over Gary Neville's goal celebrations and Rio Ferdinand's late winner handed Sir Alex Ferguson's side a rather fortunate win.

    League Two side Colchester United will be delighted with their trip to either Chelsea or Everton, while there is an all-London affair at The Valley between Charlton Athletic and Brentford.

    John Salako and Ian Rush conducted the draw which also includes Bolton Wanderers versus West Ham, a repeat of the first-ever Wembley final.

    Newcastle United's Alan Shearer takes on former club Southampton at St James' Park in his farewell season.

    Aston Villa meet Manchester City and Birmingham City or Reading will travel to Stoke City. There is a lot of doubt over the first tie out of the hat as Preston or Crystal Palace will take on Coventry City or Middlesbrough.

    Preston or Crystal Palace v Coventry City or Middlesbrough
    Newcastle United v Southampton
    Aston Villa v Manchester City
    Everton or Chelsea v Colchester United
    Charlton Athletic v Brentford
    Liverpool v Manchester United
    Bolton Wanderers v West Ham
    Stoke City v Reading or Birmingham City

    The ties will take place on the weekend of February 18.

    Ah ********.


    *thats better*
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  3. Revenge is a dish best served cold. Here's a very good chance to get it quickly. Rob you must be delerious - at home to a team from the Fizzy Pop Championship?!
  4. An Tarbh

    An Tarbh Guest

    Southampton at home, couldn't be better really, no media coverage for that match either, just leave the players get on with their job and a quarter final place will be their's
  5. Could have been a better draw. [​IMG]

    Villa have been alright recently, but hopefully we can get a result.
  6. City could have had harder, could have had easier. You can go there and win. I also can't see Mrs SHRLFC being too unhappy with her draw either...
  7. The TRUTH

    The TRUTH Guest

    Thats a pretty rough draw

    OH WELL............Looks like you Mancs are gonna be out of another Cup early [​IMG]
  8. If honestly happy about it, I am still very angry when we were undeservedly knocked out in 1999...... [​IMG]
  9. The TRUTH

    The TRUTH Guest

    Dont get me wrong im more than happy playing Mancs , im still ****** about our last game with them let alone 99
  10. As I said earlier, it's a great chance for us to get our own back, let's just hope we take it!
  11. The TRUTH

    The TRUTH Guest

    The only thing im worried about is the fact we've got Chav$ki,Gooners and Manure all in the space of 2 weeks in Feb.
  12. An Tarbh

    An Tarbh Guest

    I think that's a good thing, keep the players sharp and focused, they won't lose any concentration whereas if they were playing some middle of the road premiership team then their focus might not quite be at 100%
  13. Ripper

    Ripper Guest

    Newcastle will score 8 times, Given to get a hat trick.
  14. An Tarbh

    An Tarbh Guest

    and Woodturd to choke on his brown ale.
  15. An Tarbh

    An Tarbh Guest

    Expect Gary Neville to get a warm welcome at Anfield today when Man Utd go to Anfield for their fifth round tie. Liverpool should overcome a shocking cup record against their rivals having not won in 85 years.
  16. I'm hoping Villa can go through by giving Man City a jolly thrashing...

    They haven't gotten this far for a while...

  17. Man City > You

    2-1 City, Vassell and Barton to seal the win before Baros pulls one back late on.
  18. The TRUTH

    The TRUTH Guest

    What a great day in sport today/tonight.....

    Force v Canes
    Reds v Crusaders
    Waratahs v Stormers


    Liverpool to thrash those Mancs.........YNWA



    (to bruce springsteen's "born in the usa")

    SOLD TO THE USA.. :lol:
  19. getofmeland

    getofmeland Guest


    1 - 0 to Liverpool... 20 Mins Into the game
  20. The TRUTH

    The TRUTH Guest

    Yep 1-0 half time

    I dont see us losing this, manchester have the worst midfield in the EPL

    If we can keep Shrek and Horseface quiet theres no way we should lose this match.
  21. getofmeland

    getofmeland Guest

    Liverpool 1 - 0 Man U.....

    FINAL Score

    Just hope Alan Smith is ok for the mancs looked pretty bad accident
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