Category Archives: FA Cup

Man City will be stronger next season with or without Carlos Tevez – Vincent Kompany

Manchester City will be gunning for trophies and will be a stronger force next season, whether Carlos Tevez remains at the Etihad Stadium. Those are the thoughts of central defender Vincent Kompany, the Belgium international, who has been tipped to … Continue reading

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Today’s News in Brief: Reina staying and Ferguson charged again

Pepe Reina, the Liverpool goalkeeper, has pledged his future to the club. The 28-year-old has said that the club are heading in the “right direction” under management duo Kenny Dalglish and Steve Clarke, both of whom penned permanent three-year contracts … Continue reading

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Manchester United forward Wayne Rooney given two game ban

Wayne Rooney has received a two-match ban from the FA for swearing into a television camera during the Premier League win over West Ham United on Saturday. The England frontman will therefore miss this weekend’s match against Fulham and next … Continue reading

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Wayne Rooney charged by the FA following Saturday’s verbal volley

Wayne Rooney, the Manchester United and England forward, has been charged by the FA for the use of offensive, insulting and/or abusive language, following Manchester United’s match against West Ham United at Upton Park on Saturday lunch-time. The match saw … Continue reading

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Man City set up FA Cup semi-final with bitter rivals

A single goal from Micah Richards gave Manchester City an unconvincing 1-0 win over Reading in their FA Cup quarter-final today. Furthermore, Roberto Mancini’s side will now face bitter rivals Manchester United in the semi-finals. In the other semi-final played … Continue reading

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Roberto Mancini chasing FA Cup glory

Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini is looking for his side to arrest 35 trophyless years, and sees the FA Cup, in which his side take on Reading in the quarter-final this afternoon at the City of Manchester Stadium, as a … Continue reading

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The Happy Da Silva’s

Manchester United beat Arsenal 2-0 in the FA Cup quarter-final at Old Trafford – and look how pleased their Brazilian twins Rafael Da Silva and Fabio Da Silva are with Fabio’s opening goal. A dogged display by United denied Arsenal, … Continue reading

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Arsenal duo tweet after bad night in Barcelona

Arsenal midfield duo Cesc Fabregas and Jack Wilshere have taken to social networking website Twitter to give their thoughts on last night’s defeat to Barcelona, and to thank the Arsenal fans for their support. Arsenal skipper Fabregas, not 100% fit, … Continue reading

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Dimitar Berbatov – United need to rediscover confidence

Manchester United and Barclays Premier League top-scorer Dimitar Berbatov says that he and his team-mates need to rediscover their confidence on the road to turn around their recent run of poor away form – three defeats in their last four … Continue reading

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Manchester United’s Rio Ferdinand set to miss key fortnight

Manchester United centre-back Rio Ferdinand faces another two weeks on the sidelines as he struggles to shake off the calf injury that he picked up some five weeks ago. The England captain has been absent from the United line-up since … Continue reading

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