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Rogin the Armchair fan
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Dno't worry, OTF, I've got it covered. Jimmy Case still looks like he'd like to stick one on Ray Wilkins, after all these years. And who could blame him.
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Rogin the Armchair fan
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Bristol Rovers v Southampton
Cardiff City v Wolverhampton Wanderers
Sheffield United v Middlesbrough
Liverpool v Barnsley
Manchester United v Arsenal
Preston North End v Portsmouth
Coventry City v West Bromwich Albion
Chelsea v Huddersfield Town

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Bristol Rovers v Southampton
Cardiff City v Wolverhampton Wanderers
Sheffield United v Middlesbrough
Liverpool v Barnsley
Manchester United v Arsenal
Preston North End v Portsmouth
Coventry City v West Bromwich Albion
Chelsea v Huddersfield Town

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Rogin the Armchair fan
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It's hard to pick the big tie out of that bunch.
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cosa arancione calda
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Liverpool are going to win the Cup by accident this year if they're not careful.
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Paxton Sprout
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Please, oh God of the Balls in the Bag, spare us a Chelsea v Liverpool final. Or any Chelsea v Liverpool game for that matter.
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You'll be needing help from the ballbag god, seeing as your lot are not in the draw eh?

[ 28.01.2008, 13:48: Message edited by: hobbes ]

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My name is Mumpo
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Sensationally, it looks like one of the big four are set to tumble.

Yep, Liverpool have got Barnsley.

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Chelsea away (again).

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Another fucking home draw. Ray Wilkins is seriously fucking with my shit here.

[ 28.01.2008, 13:49: Message edited by: Major Eazy ]

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liverpool's run to the semi-final is as easy as chelsea's was last year. They had home ties against macclesfield, forest, norwich and spurs.

Probably just about fair given that remedial rafa needs as much help as is possible.

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macocha europy
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Up the Terriers!
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Surely they can't match their one-Prem run of 1992?
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Milwall managed to get there without playing a Premier League side at all. It showed in the final...
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Well it's not the easiest draw for Barnsley, but at least we avoided the Big Three.
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I fancy Rovers to beat Saints at home.
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Liverpool, in the semi-final, were the first top-flight team Palace played in the 1990 competition (the others were Portsmouth, Huddersfield, Rochdale and Cambridge).
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