A COVID hit Derby where forced to field nine debutants as Chorley continued their fairytale run in the FA Cup.
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The Cobblers prepare to face Non-League opposition in the FA Cup first round, having recruited from the lower leagues themselves
The Newcastle manager talks to the FLP about Rooney’s path from Premier League superstar to Championship midfield general
The U’s goalkeeper is hoping to record a third clean sheet against Newcastle in the FA Cup replay at the Kassam
Forget about having a winter break, Ben Robinson tells Klopp and Guardiola
CARLISLE, Southend, Oxford United and Portsmouth will pocket £300,000 between them after being chosen for live television coverage in the […]
AFC Wimbledon rekindled the Crazy Gang spirit of years gone by to produce a shock 4-2 FA Cup victory over […]
The Imps recently opened a state-of-the-art training facility worth £1.3m from their 2016-17 cup run
The Jacksonville Jaguars owner has yanked his bid before the FA Council were due to vote on it next week
Matty Dolan on the prospect of claiming a giant-killing at Rodney Parade when Tottenham Hotspurs arrive in the FA Cup
Newport County boss Michael Flynn would rather see the FA Cup prize money spent on a training ground instead of adding to his squad in January January
Rovers, who are second bottom in the second tier, defied their league form to take the lead against Manchester United, who hadn’t lost in 16 games before their trip to Ewood Park.
DANNY Batth has big issues. There’s Chelsea in the FA Cup on Saturday and there’s the plight of the homeless in this country.
(picture: Reuters / Phil Noble) By Chris Dunlavy GROWING up a Manchester United fan, the last thing Wolves rookie keeper […]
By Chris Dunlavy ALAN Shearer was right. Fielding second-string teams cheats supporters. Out of cash. Out of dreams. Out of […]
(Photo: Action Images via Reuters / Andrew Boyers) By Paul Eddison CARL Ikeme knows what it means to be patient, […]
Ipswich manager Mick McCarthy has admitted his future at the club is unclear after his side crashed out of the FA Cup last night.
Plymouth boss Derek Adams has said his Plymouth team will stick to the defensive tactics that earned his side a draw against Liverpool in the FA Cup when they take on the Reds in a replay tomorrow.
The Reds lost 2-0 at home to fellow Championship strugglers Wigan in what was their fifth consecutive defeat, and Osborn felt strongly about the manner in which his side succumbed to their cup exit.
Phil Parkinson is eyeing a FA Cup shock when Premier League strugglers Crystal Palace visit his Bolton side tomorrow, but won’t be fooled by their poor form.