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Football | FA Cup

Rooney to return to United starting line-up
Captain Wayne Rooney will return to Manchester United's starting line-up for Saturday's FA Cup third-round game against Championship Reading. Read full article
United hope FA Cup defence won't come at a cost
Jose Mourinho is keen to maintain his team's momentum against Reading in the FA Cup third round on Saturday even though it could jeopardise their league form in the process. Read full article
Wenger demands more FA Cup success
Arsene Wenger says the FA Cup remains "a big priority" for Arsenal despite his side already waging two-pronged assaults on the Premier League and Champions League. Read full article
Stam plots upset on Man United return
Jaap Stam returns to Manchester United on Saturday with the Reading manager plotting an FA Cup giant-killing at the club that sold him when he fell out with Alex Ferguson. Read full article
Morgan keen for end to relegation talk
Leicester City captain Wes Morgan is hoping for an upturn in results to bring about a swift resolution to suggestions of a relegation struggle for the underperforming Premier League champions. Read full article
Mannone targets Burnley win
Vito Mannone believes an FA Cup third-round victory at home to Burnley on Saturday will help build momentum for the side's Premier League relegation battle heading into the second half of the season. Read full article
Stam backs Reading against United
Reading manager Jaap Stam says his side have "nothing to lose" when the promotion-chasing Championship outfit visit his former club Manchester United for an FA Cup third-round clash on Saturday. Read full article
Guardiola gets first taste of FA Cup
While the FA Cup's third round was always littered with unfamiliar names, these days they often play for the big teams as well. Read full article
Toure demands City show more fight
Yaya Toure has challenged Manchester City to put a smile back on Pep Guardiola's face with a dominant display in Friday's FA Cup third-round clash at West Ham. Read full article
Everton must build on festive season
Everton must build on their festive season momentum for the second half of the season, defender Leighton Baines has said Read full article
Utd host Reading, City visit Hammers
Manchester United will begin their FA Cup defence at home to a Reading side managed by their former defender Jaap Stam, while their local rivals Manchester City visit West Ham United. Read full article
FA Cup to allow fourth sub in extra time
England's Football Association plans to let teams make an additional, fourth, substitution in extra-time from the quarterfinals onwards of next season's FA Cup, the governing body said Wednesday. Read full article
FA Cup quarterfinal replays scrapped
FA Cup quarterfinal replays will be scrapped from next season, the Football Association announced on Thursday. Read full article
Rooney admits United fall short
Wayne Rooney admitted Manchester United have fallen short of expectations despite winning the FA Cup as rumours swirled that Louis van Gaal is set to be replaced by Jose Mourinho. Read full article
United claim FA Cup with win over Palace
Jesse Lingard's extra-time thunderbolt earned Manchester United a record-equalling 12th FA Cup as Louis van Gaal's side came from behind to defeat Crystal Palace 2-1 in Saturday's final at Wembley. Read full article
Palace history weighs heavily on Pardew
Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew said he felt the "weight of history" on his shoulders as he tries to lead the south London side to the first major trophy in their 111-year existence. Read full article
Special Wembley return for Bolasie
While the FA Cup final will always inspire a degree of reverence, Crystal Palace winger Yannick Bolasie will have more reason than most to feel emotional at Wembley on Saturday. Read full article
Martial is Man Utd's FA Cup charm
He started the season derided as an expensive panic buy, but Anthony Martial goes into Saturday's FA Cup final against Crystal Palace as the potential saviour of Manchester United's season. Read full article
Echoes of 1990 as Man Utd face Palace
Manchester United will attempt to salvage something from their tumultuous season -- and potentially keep manager Louis van Gaal in a job -- in Saturday's FA Cup final against Crystal Palace. Read full article
'Wembley win would lift United'
Louis van Gaal claims victory over Crystal Palace in the FA Cup final on Saturday would restore Manchester United's pride after a turbulent season. Read full article
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