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Arsenal sink Spurs, Blades fell Villa
Premier League leaders Arsenal overcame fierce rivals Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 in the FA Cup third round on Saturday, while Aston Villa were dumped out by third-tier Sheffield United. Read full article
Moyes out to end ten-year Cup drought
David Moyes heads into their FA Cup third round clash against Swansea City desperate to end Manchester United's ten-year wait for FA Cup glory. Read full article
'Gunners should avoid Cup misfire'
Arsene Wenger has warned his Arsenal stars he will not accept another lacklustre effort in the FA Cup when Tottenham visit the Emirates Stadium in Saturday's marquee third round clash. Read full article
FA Cup the perfect start - Solskjaer
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is raring to start as coach of Cardiff City and sees Saturday's third-round FA Cup clash at Newcastle as the perfect starting point. Read full article
Adebayor ready to face Arsenal
Emmanuel Adebayor is fit and will start against his former club Arsenal in the FA Cup third round on Saturday. Read full article
Arsenal-Spurs tops bill in FA Cup
England's frenetic festive period gives way to the romance of the FA Cup this weekend, with Tottenham Hotspur's trip to north London rivals Arsenal the pick of the third-round ties. Read full article
Adebayor inspires Spurs revival
Emmanuel Adebayor's return to form has ensured Tottenham head into their FA Cup third round clash at Arsenal with renewed confidence they can overcome their north London rivals on Sunday. Read full article
Walcott fires warning shot to Spurs
Arsenal forward Theo Walcott has warned resurgent arch-rivals Tottenham Hotspur they are travelling across North London for their eagerly-anticipated FA Cup third round tie at a bad time. Read full article
'Most clubs could do without FA Cup'
The majority of Premier League clubs would prefer not to have the distraction of playing in the FA Cup, according to Paul Lambert, the manager of seven-times winners Aston Villa. Read full article
Adebayor doubtful for Arsenal trip
Emmanuel Adebayor could miss the tie of the FA Cup third round at former club Arsenal on Saturday after being carried off on a stretcher during Spurs' 2-1 win at Manchester United on Wednesday. Read full article
Arsenal face Spurs in FA Cup third round
Premier League leaders Arsenal will face arch-rivals Tottenham Hotspur in the pick of next month's FA Cup third round ties after the north London duo were drawn against one another on Sunday. Read full article
Car crash halts Wimbledon hopes
AFC Wimbledon's FA Cup hopes were dashed on Friday when some of their squad, including goalkeeper Ross Worner, were held up by a traffic accident before their 3-1 round defeat to Coventry. Read full article
FA Cup hero Trautmann dies aged 89
Former Manchester City goalkeeper Bert Trautmann, who famously broke his neck in the 1956 FA Cup final, died on Friday at the age of 89, the German Football Federation (DFB) said in a statement. Read full article
FA Cup final restored as last match
The FA Cup final has been restored to its traditional place as the last match of the English football season. Read full article
Wigan win caps year of joy for underdogs
Even as the financial disparities in English football grow, this season gave the underdogs a chance to leave their mark. Read full article
Whelan wants great escape after Cup heroics
Wigan owner Dave Whelan celebrated his moment of FA Cup final redemption by challenging his team to follow their stunning victory over Manchester City. Read full article
Uncertainty over Mancini's future
Roberto Mancini's Manchester City future appears uncertain after losing the FA Cup final. Read full article
Wigan shock City to clinch FA Cup
Wigan from a town where rugby usually steals the show claimed one of the greatest FA Cup final upsets of all time when they scored a dramatic 1-0 win overManchester City at Wembley on Saturday. Read full article
Mancini praises Martinez ahead of final
Roberto Martinez is a strong manager who can keep Wigan Athletic in the Premier League, Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini said on the eve of Saturday's FA Cup final against the Spaniard's struggling team. Read full article
Whelan will lead Wigan out
Wigan Athletic chairman Dave Whelan, who broke his leg playing in the 1960 FA Cup final, will lead the team out for Saturday's Cup final. Read full article
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