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FA Cup 2019/20

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  • Very highly rated player by all accounts, but has suffered a lot with injuries.
  • Cheers for uploading that mate. Brilliant the way he done those last 2 defenders
  • Karl Robinson taught him those skills 😉

    Great goal though. Noticed Fosu also got on the scoresheet 
  • Karl Robinson taught him those skills 😉

    The only time Gobinson used footwork like that was in trying to beat vol au vent Sue up to the food table.
  • Is final score on the red button today?
  • Is final score on the red button today?
    Imagine so as its available online

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/live/football/50897397
  • Palace eliminated by Derby

    Only Millwall we have to worry about this year now thank god - Although fully expecting their route to the Final be: Oxford - Dog & Duck - Gondor - Hogwarts FC!!
  • Spurs drawing at Boro so both them and Man U will need replays. And both sides who will want to win the cup too, so it's not as if they'll play the kids
  • Spurs drawing at Boro so both them and Man U will need replays. And both sides who will want to win the cup too, so it's not as if they'll play the kids
    What about that Gomez fella?

    He's another example of the famous Liverpool academy
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  • Shocking defeat that for Everton, against a Liverpool 2nd 11. That shows how far apart the clubs are now
  • Have a look at the Milivojevic red card (after VAR) vs Derby.
    Pathetic coward.
  • As is with previous rounds; lowest teams left in the competition are now from League Two after both AFC Fylde and Hartlepool were eliminated at this stage

    Northampton Town the lowest team left who are guaranteed a place in the Fourth Round, they beat Burton Albion 4-2 today

    Carlisle United can still join them after they forced a replay against Cardiff City yesterday...

    From League One; Oxford United | Portsmouth and one from Bristol Rovers or Coventry City are the only guaranteed teams through to the next round

    Tranmere Rovers | Shrewsbury Town | Blackpool can all still advance should they win their replays

    Both Premier League and Championship showing the gap between them and the rest this year
  • Have a look at the Milivojevic red card (after VAR) vs Derby.
    Pathetic coward.
    Could have been sent off for two separate reasons, the kick out and the attempted head butt. Scumbag.
    Good thing is that red cards carry over to the league, whereas yellow cards don't. Should be a three match ban. 
  • Have a look at the Milivojevic red card (after VAR) vs Derby.
    Pathetic coward.
    Could have been sent off for two separate reasons, the kick out and the attempted head butt. Scumbag.
    Good thing is that red cards carry over to the league, whereas yellow cards don't. Should be a three match ban. 
    Hopefully Benteke will take their penalties in his absence!
  • There were twenty changes in the Charlton v West Brom match. Sheffield United were the only prem team to make 11 changes. Charlton was the third biggest drop in attendance, at 11,000. Sheffield United dropped 19,000 and Cardiff nearly 18,000. All pretty damning stats about the FA Cup. 
  • There were twenty changes in the Charlton v West Brom match. Sheffield United were the only prem team to make 11 changes. Charlton was the third biggest drop in attendance, at 11,000. Sheffield United dropped 19,000 and Cardiff nearly 18,000. All pretty damning stats about the FA Cup. 
    Just goes to show what clubs and fans think of the FA Cup these days. It only matters if you reach the latter stages. Maintaining or bettering your your league status is all important. 
  • There were twenty changes in the Charlton v West Brom match. Sheffield United were the only prem team to make 11 changes. Charlton was the third biggest drop in attendance, at 11,000. Sheffield United dropped 19,000 and Cardiff nearly 18,000. All pretty damning stats about the FA Cup. 
    Just goes to show what clubs and fans think of the FA Cup these days. It only matters if you reach the latter stages. Maintaining or bettering your your league status is all important. 
    Well, our hand was rather forced, and I think West Bromwich knew what we were doing, and rotated accordingly. Don't think the FA Cup has ever been a massive priority for us (certainly since 1947!), but even so, we wouldn't usually do what we've done this year.
  • PaddyP17 said:
    There were twenty changes in the Charlton v West Brom match. Sheffield United were the only prem team to make 11 changes. Charlton was the third biggest drop in attendance, at 11,000. Sheffield United dropped 19,000 and Cardiff nearly 18,000. All pretty damning stats about the FA Cup. 
    Just goes to show what clubs and fans think of the FA Cup these days. It only matters if you reach the latter stages. Maintaining or bettering your your league status is all important. 
    Well, our hand was rather forced, and I think West Bromwich knew what we were doing, and rotated accordingly. Don't think the FA Cup has ever been a massive priority for us (certainly since 1947!), but even so, we wouldn't usually do what we've done this year.
    Have to agree that this year has been extreme, even by our standards. 
  • As much as the klopp love in is great this “b” team/kids did feature;
    Adrian 10 apps
    Gomez 55 apps
    Milner 143 apps
    lallana 123 apps
    origi 79 apps 
    Oxlaide chamberlain 46 apps 

    on the other hand Everton fielded there strongest team and were favourites for the 1st time in 20 years to win at anfield and still lost - very deep problems there I think. 
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  • 1st half Everton had some good chances but couldn't take them.  2nd half they were completely outplayed by Liverpool. 
  • edited January 6
    Heard a couple of suggestions for improving the FA Cup yesterday;

    1) Increase the prize money to make it more attractive to the bigger clubs.
    2) Scrap the two-leg league cup semi-final to make one less game for those 4 (normally big) clubs.
    3) Go down the German route of having the lesser ranked team at home (not sure about that one.....maybe for the 3rd and 4th rounds?) 
    4) Go straight to penalties on 90 mins...no replays (not sure about that one).

    The FA Cup will never get back to it's former glory....the Premier League/Champions League has seen to that. There was time when out of two consecutive games v West Brom, the FA Cup game would've had the bigger attendance. But maybe there are still some things that can be done to improve the competition from where it stands now. 
  • I think Everton will do fine if they trust Ancelotti and give him a bit of time. Problem is clubs/fans/owners will not always give the manager that time during difficult periods.
  • Simonsen said:
    Heard a couple of suggestions for improving the FA Cup yesterday;

    1) Increase the prize money to make it more attractive to the bigger clubs.
    2) Scrap the two-leg league cup semi-final to make one less game for those 4 (normally big) clubs.
    3) Go down the German route of having the lesser ranked team at home (not sure about that one.....maybe for the 3rd and 4th rounds?) 
    4) Go straight to penalties on 90 mins...no replays (not sure about that one).

    The FA Cup will never get back to it's former glory....the Premier League/Champions League has seen to that. There was time when out of two consecutive games v West Brom, the FA Cup game would've had the bigger attendance. But maybe there are still some things that can be done to improve the competition from where it stands now. 
    A Champions League spot for the winners would radically increase interest amongst the other PL clubs, not sure it would be allowed by UEFA or whether the PL would agree anyway
  • Re interest amongst PL clubs, who and when was the last non PL club to win the cup?
  • Arsenal v Leeds tonight, 6/1 .. will tell us a lot about the relative strengths of a top Champ team and a struggling but still powerful Prem team
  • Always love seeing what could of been had we made it through
  • Rossman92 said:
    Always love seeing what could of been had we made it through
    Ah, the Jim Bowen moment!
  • edited January 6
    Ooo draw time... You know what that time means!!

    It means we can moan and argue that Charlton could have ended up with West Brom's opponents

    Whilst the rest moan we wouldnt have been the same ball number

    Millwall of course will end up with Northampton!!
  • Oh ffs.
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