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 FA Cup TV coverage
Topic Originator: saltonsgonagetu  
Date:   Thu 6 Jan 15:08

Times are program starts rather than kick off times
Friday night STV 7.30 Swindon v Man City
Saturday STV 12 noon Milwall v Palace
Saturday BBC 1 5.20 Hull v Everton
Saturday iPlayer 5.20Chelsea V Chesterfield
Saturday iPlayer 5.20 Swansea V Southampton
Saturday iPlayer 5.20 Yeovil v Bournemouth
Sunday STV 1.15 West Ham v Leeds
Sunday STV 4.20 Forest v Arsenal
Monday bbc1 7.30 Man U v Aston Villa

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 Re: FA Cup TV coverage
Topic Originator: DBP  
Date:   Thu 6 Jan 16:22

I’ll tune in for the hull (my English team) and villa games
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 Re: FA Cup TV coverage
Topic Originator: steaua  
Date:   Thu 6 Jan 16:35

West Ham game for me. Come on Moyesy.

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 Re: FA Cup TV coverage
Topic Originator: Par  
Date:   Thu 6 Jan 17:00

Saturday STV 12 noon Millwall v Palace - South London derby and no love lost between them could be tasty!

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 Re: FA Cup TV coverage
Topic Originator: Buspasspar  
Date:   Thu 6 Jan 17:05

Cheers for that saltonsgonagetu

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 Re: FA Cup TV coverage
Topic Originator: veteraneastender  
Date:   Thu 6 Jan 17:39

Covid permitting !!!

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 Re: FA Cup TV coverage
Topic Originator: Par  
Date:   Sat 8 Jan 13:07

Millwall 1 up against Palace brilliant atmosphere!

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 Re: FA Cup TV coverage
Topic Originator: veteraneastender  
Date:   Sat 8 Jan 20:02

Weeping and gnashing of teeth at St.James’s Park.
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 Re: FA Cup TV coverage
Topic Originator: JimDAFC  
Date:   Sun 9 Jan 10:55

Was that Beadling ex Par that was sent of for Barrow in yesterday`s cup match that finished 5 4 and all the goals were crackers.

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 Re: FA Cup TV coverage
Topic Originator: wee eck  
Date:   Sun 9 Jan 11:02

Yes, I noticed that, Jim, and it was quite early in the game wasn`t it so they must have done well to take it to extra time.

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 Re: FA Cup TV coverage
Topic Originator: Stanza  
Date:   Sun 9 Jan 18:05

Some of you will know that Barrow are my "other" club. They did really well against a club two leagues above them, after Beadling`s stupid sending off (chest high challenge near the centre circle) in 38 minutes. A couple of their 4 goals were incredible strikes, and they also had a more than decent shout for a penalty turned down at 4-4 in extra time.

Great to see so many upsets in the FA Cup results yesterday (Cambridge Utd, Kiddeminster, Boreham Wood, Hartlepool) and narrow defeats for Mansfield, Rotherham, Hull and Barrow. No real shocks today, although Morecambe came within 16 mintes of embarrassing Tottenham.

The English competition always seems more likely than the Scottish one to produce unlikely results, perhaps because even the non-league clubs are quite substantial and well-supported in their own right (eg Chesterfield took nearly 6000 fans to Chelsea)

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 Re: FA Cup TV coverage
Topic Originator: DBA  
Date:   Sun 9 Jan 18:07

Quote:

Stanza, Sun 9 Jan 18:05

Some of you will know that Barrow are my "other" club. They did really well against a club two leagues above them, after Beadling`s stupid sending off (chest high challenge near the centre circle) in 38 minutes. A couple of their 4 goals were incredible strikes, and they also had a more than decent shout for a penalty turned down at 4-4 in extra time.

Great to see so many upsets in the FA Cup results yesterday (Cambridge Utd, Kiddeminster, Boreham Wood, Hartlepool) and narrow defeats for Mansfield, Rotherham, Hull and Barrow. No real shocks today, although Morecambe came within 16 mintes of embarrassing Tottenham.

The English competition always seems more likely than the Scottish one to produce unlikely results, perhaps because even the non-league clubs are quite substantial and well-supported in their own right (eg Chesterfield took nearly 6000 fans to Chelsea)


I think the sheer number of clubs plays a big part as well.
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 Re: FA Cup TV coverage
Topic Originator: Stanza  
Date:   Sun 9 Jan 19:03

"No real shocks today."

Edited, with apologies to Nottingham Forest!

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 Re: FA Cup TV coverage
Topic Originator: MDCCCLXXXV  
Date:   Mon 10 Jan 19:40

Really enjoyed the fa cup games this week, I think that is because most of games I`ve watched this weekend have fielded strong teams. Glad to see premiership teams taking this Cup more serious.

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