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    f a cup

    surely this must be a good time to have proper bash at this.

    38 points in the bag already for prem security.

    likes of arsenal.liverpool, spurs . leicester plus (United/chelsea) are already
    out of the comp.

    put the best possible team out and have rite go at it !! .

    or is the comp now, summat clubs are no longer bothered about

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greavseywolf View Post
    surely this must be a good time to have proper bash at this.

    38 points in the bag already for prem security.

    likes of arsenal.liverpool, spurs . leicester plus (United/chelsea) are already
    out of the comp.

    put the best possible team out and have rite go at it !! .

    or is the comp now, summat clubs are no longer bothered about
    We don't play Newcastle until a week on Monday, so i'm hoping Nuno can put out his strongest possible starting eleven, but maybe not Neves after going off injured. I'm not writing off Shrewsbury, but i do think we should have enough about us to win this and the ame goes for Bristol City, if we do get through!

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    I don't think the club were expecting much of a crowd for this, and initially were not opening the Upper Steve Bull. They now have a sell out. I could not obtain my season ticket seat in the Upper SB because it has now gone to someone else. Typical Wolves! I have managed to obtain a seat in another part of the ground though.


    As Greavsey says, we have a real chance of making progress in this competition, so let us hope we take it seriously. Having said that it would be good to give some of the youngsters game time and experience. We have a very small squad and some of them may be needed before the season ends.
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    and so on to ashton gate..

    another win there and we are in the last eight

    moan wolves c'moan !!!

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    Going to Bristol City will be tough, I'm sure they remember our dramatic win there last season and Nuno going crazy after getting sent off. But we've got a wonderful opportunity ahead of us. A win and we're to the QF. Only 7 Prem clubs left, we are one of them, Brighton could go out to WBA today and ManU and Chelsea play each other in the next round. Guaranteed that at least two non Prem clubs are in the QF as Wimbledon play Millwall and Swansea play Brentford. If we avoid Chelsea or Manchester City, we could be going to Wembley for a SF.

    Fun to speculate for the fans, but hopefully the club are taking it one match at a time. Can't look ahead. We have that luxury, they don't.

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    A credit to Bristol City for the ticket pricing, only 12 a ticket for the game.

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    last 8 now

    into the hat we go !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    lucky cup thread this

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    Man City the only team left that I’m “afraid” of. ManU are on a decent run, but they’re still vulnerable. Chelsea have been struggling for a while. I don’t think we’d be favored against ManU or Chelsea, but if it was at Molineux, I think we’d have a very decent chance. The rest of the teams we could play in the next round: Watford, Brighton, Millwall, Swansea/Brentford, Doncaster/Palace. There’s a pretty good chance we are matched up with someone lower than us in the English football rankings.

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    Looks like Swansea and Palace are set for the quarterfinals.

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    quarter final draw after chelsea/utd

    gut feeling we will be paired with brighton

    be good if citeh were drawn against chelsea/utd

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greavseywolf View Post
    quarter final draw after chelsea/utd

    gut feeling we will be paired with brighton

    be good if citeh were drawn against chelsea/utd
    I think knowing our luck it will be Brighton away on a Monday night!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greavseywolf View Post
    quarter final draw after chelsea/Utd

    gut feeling we will be paired with brighton

    be good if citeh were drawn against chelsea/utd
    That would be ideal... United looking good tonight!!!

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    An home tie against Man.Utd!

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    Bugger.
    Reckon OGS will put everything into winning the FA Cup-this is the only silverware Man Utd have a realistic chance of winning.

    Would look great on his CV for the manager's job also.

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    Tie of the round. The TV people are going to be all over this fixture, while Fosun will be turning cartwheels at the prospect of World Wide coverage.


    Nuno wanted a home tie, and he has landed one. It will be a full house and a cracking atmosphere. The BBC will have the final say in, when the game is to be played, but it will certainly be in a prime spot. The Cup round is scheduled for the weekend 15th/17th March, which means that our home fixture against Arsenal will have to be re-arranged.

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    I expect all the remaining fa cup ties to be televised, the ties with be played 15th - 18th March, so there could be one televised on the Friday to the Monday.

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    Time and date confirmed. Saturday 16th March, 7.55 pm KO Live on BBC. Tickets on sale to season ticket holders. United allocated lower Steve Bull and North Bank Quadrant.

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    This should sell-out no problem at all. I'm really looking forward to it. Unlike the Shrewsbury replay, we get to sit in our season ticket seat for this one.

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    Alexis sanchez misses out on the visit to wolves..next round of cup..not sure if this is a big deal or not..does not seem to be doing it special at old trafford

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    roll on saturday night ...

    from what i understand f a cup quarter final replays were scrapped .
    so could be a long night on tele..

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