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Football | FA Cup

Middlesbrough handed Cup trip to Arsenal
Middlesbrough were rewarded for beating Manchester City with a trip to FA Cup holders Arsenal while Chelsea's conquerors Bradford City host Sunderland or Fulham after the fifth round draw on Monday. Read full article
Arsenal edge Brighton; Villa, Hammers win
Premier League teams Arsenal, Aston Villa and West Ham United reached the fifth round of the FA Cup as calm returned to the competition on Sunday. Read full article
Cambridge flush with cash ahead of replay
Cambridge United are flush with cash after securing a lucrative FA Cup fourth round replay at Manchester United and will spend their Old Trafford windfall on new toilets, the fourth tier club's chairman said. Read full article
Mou bemoans Chelsea's disgraceful rout
A bemused Jose Mourinho described Chelsea's performance as unacceptable and a disgrace after they slumped to a 4-2 home defeat against third-tier Bradford City in the FA Cup on Saturday. Read full article
'Abu Dhabi trip not behind City's Cup exit'
Sunning themselves in Abu Dhabi and arriving home 19 hours before their FA Cup fourth-round tie against Middlesbrough was not the reason for Manchester City's shock 2-0 home defeat. Read full article
Bradford, Middlesbrough upset the odds
The odds of Chelsea and Manchester City going out to lower division opposition in the FA Cup fourth round on Saturday was 285-1 but one punter foresaw one of the most astounding days. Read full article
Spurs' cup runs dry as Leicester pounce
Tottenham Hotspur's hectic schedule caught up with them as they slipped out of the FA Cup in a 2-1 fourth-round home defeat by Premier League bottom club Leicester City on Saturday. Read full article
Bon Jovi fan helps Middlesbrough rock City
Bon Jovi fan Patrick Bamford hit the high notes on Saturday as he helped Middlesbrough cause a seismic FA Cup fourth-round shock by winning 2-0 at Manchester City. Read full article
Swansea boss defends Sigurdsson lunge
Swansea City manager Garry Monk believes Gylfi Sigurdsson should not have been sent off despite having "a lunge" during their 3-1 FA Cup fourth-round defeat at second tier Blackburn Rovers. Read full article
Shock defeats for Chelsea and City
Chelsea surrendered a two-goal lead to lose 4-2 at home to third tier Bradford City while Manchester City lost 2-0 at home to Middlesbrough on a day of seismic FA Cup shocks on Saturday. Read full article
Man United held at Cambridge
Manchester United were held to a 0-0 draw at fourth tier Cambridge United in the FA Cup fourth round on Friday after another embarrassing outing against lower league opposition. Read full article
Heskey set for emotional Liverpool return
The FA Cup holds fond memories for Emile Heskey, but a chance to play against former team Liverpool, when a few months ago he was clubless, will be among the sweetest for the former England striker. Read full article
We can win without Toure - Pellegrini
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini has told his players they must believe they can win without Yaya Toure after failing to do so in the four league games he has missed this season. Read full article
Cambridge eye Cup upset v United
The FA Cup may have lost some of its shine for the top sides, but fourth tier Cambridge United have a chance to rekindle some of the competition's fabled magic against Manchester United on Friday. Read full article
Spurs, Saints through after contrasting wins
Tottenham Hotspur stormed back from 2-0 down to beat Burnley 4-2 in their FA Cup third-round replay on Wednesday despite mirroring the other Premier League sides by resting their main striker. Read full article
Hammers edge Everton, Fulham win
West Ham United goalkeeper Adrian converted the decisive spot-kick in a penalty shootout against 10-man Everton to send the Londoners into the fourth round of the FA Cup after a pulsating replay on Tuesday. Read full article
Lukaku snatches draw for Everton
Everton's Romelu Lukaku spared his side a fifth straight defeat by grabbing an added-time equaliser to salvage a 1-1 home draw with West Ham United in the FA Cup third round on Tuesday. Read full article
Gerrard double saves Reds' blushes
Captain Steven Gerrard scored twice to rescue Liverpool from FA Cup embarrassment and lead tinto the fourth round after a tricky 2-1 win at fourth tier AFC Wimbledon on Monday. Read full article
Arsenal face Brighton, Cambridge v United
Holders Arsenal will travel to Championship (second tier) Brighton & Hove Albion in the FA Cup fourth round following the draw on Monday. Read full article
‘FA Cup can liberate struggling Everton’
Four straight BPL defeats have left Everton fans feeling blue but manager Roberto Martinez is confident victory over West Ham United in the FA Cup on Tuesday will provide the perfect tonic for his side. Read full article
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