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Oldham Athletic v Manchester United: 1990 FA Cup semi-final – live!

Live updates from the 3.30pm kick off at Maine RoadAs it happened: look back at our retro match rebootsAnd you can email your thoughts to Rob here 9.55am BST Hello and welcome to live coverage of After the Lord Mayor’s Show. The greatest match in FA Cu…

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Crystal Palace v Liverpool: 1990 FA Cup semi-final – live!

Live updates from the FA Cup semi-final at Villa ParkAs it happened: look back at our retro match rebootsAnd you can email Scott here 11.10am BST Crystal Palace: Nigel Martyn, John Pemberton, Richard Shaw, Andy Gray, Gary O’Reilly, Andy Thorn, Phil Bar…

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Crystal Palace v Liverpool: 1990 FA Cup semi-final – live!

Live updates from the FA Cup semi-final at Villa ParkAs it happened: look back at our retro match rebootsAnd you can email Scott here 11.10am BST Crystal Palace: Nigel Martyn, John Pemberton, Richard Shaw, Andy Gray, Gary O’Reilly, Andy Thorn, Phil Bar…

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Dogs, doughnuts and the day Palace pipped Liverpool to the FA Cup final

Crystal Palace had been hammered 9-0 at Anfield earlier in the 1989-90 season but they had the last laugh in the FA CupBy Richard Foster for the Guardian Sport NetworkThe result was never in doubt in the half-time entertainment at Villa Park on 8 April…

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My favourite game: Manchester United v West Ham, 2001 FA Cup | Jacob Steinberg

West Ham’s win was all the more memorable because their talented group of youngsters were soon to be broken upThey moved the ball quickly and gracefully, the three kids at the heart of West Ham’s midfield. There was no hint of any fear, no sign of Mich…

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Chelsea v Leeds United: 1970 FA Cup final replay – live!

Launching our new twice-weekly reports, kick-off 3pm GMTBoth teams bidding for first FA Cup after Wembley draw Feel free to email scott.murray@theguardian.com 2.20pm GMT Both teams are unchanged from the first match, with one exception: David Harvey re…

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Premier League and EFL working to help crisis-hit clubs, says FA

Chief executive Mark Bullingham aware of impending struggle‘We are having lots of conversations with stakeholders’The Football Association is working with the Premier League, EFL and the government to consider how help can be provided to clubs falling …

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Premier League and EFL working to help crisis-hit clubs, says FA

Chief executive Mark Bullingham aware of impending struggle‘We are having lots of conversations with stakeholders’The Football Association is working with the Premier League, EFL and the government to consider how help can be provided to clubs falling …

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Manchester United condemn apparent racist abuse of Jesse Lingard at Derby

Incident occurred after FA Cup tie at Derby on ThursdayUnited to contact Derby for help in investigationManchester United have condemned what appears to be racist abuse suffered by Jesse Lingard after Thursday’s FA Cup win at Pride Park, with the club …

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Manchester United condemn apparent racist abuse of Jesse Lingard at Derby

Incident occurred after FA Cup tie at Derby on ThursdayUnited to contact Derby for help in investigationManchester United have condemned what appears to be racist abuse suffered by Jesse Lingard after Thursday’s FA Cup win at Pride Park, with the club …

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Diminished Wayne Rooney still able to serve up flashes of his past

The former England striker is a throwback to the ITV Digital age but can still caress a football like few have in this countryGive me the ball, he says. He doesn’t need to say the words. There’s an opening of the hips, a broadening of the chest, like a…

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Ighalo ruins Rooney’s Manchester United reunion by cutting down Derby

There was razzmatazz, a “Welcome to the Jungle” soundtrack and no fairytale for Wayne Rooney. Instead of a script with Manchester United’s record goalscorer haunting them for Derby, the visitors ruined the Rooney party and Odion Ighalo signalled he may…

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Derby County v Manchester United: FA Cup fifth round – live!

FA Cup updates from the 7.45pm kick-0ffWayne Rooney: ‘As a kid every half-time I argued with Ferguson’And you can email Simon here or tweet him here 7.55pm GMT 10 mins: Close! Louie Sibley, Derby’s 18-year-old tyro, carries the ball 25 yards or so and …

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Eric Dier climbs into stands and confronts Tottenham fan – video report

Eric Dier has been involved in a physical confrontation with a Tottenham supporter, who apparently had a disagreement with his brother. The England midfielder scored a penalty in the shootout against Norwich, but Spurs were knocked out of the FA Cup af…

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Tottenham suffer Krul twist of fate as Norwich win FA Cup shootout

Tottenham suffered a fourth defeat in a row as they were bundled out of the FA Cup by a resolute Norwich – the visitors, bottom of the Premier League, outlasting José Mourinho’s team to reach the quarter-finals for the first time since 1992.After Jan V…

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Wayne Rooney: ‘As a kid every half-time I argued with Ferguson’

Before the FA Cup tie Derby’s player-coach discusses the way back for Manchester United and why his second Everton exit ranklesFour months on, the sight of Wayne Rooney in a Derby County tracksuit is still somewhat unusual. Even more so given he is dis…

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Wayne Rooney: ‘As a kid every half-time I argued with Ferguson’

Before the FA Cup tie Derby’s player-coach discusses the way back for Manchester United and why his second Everton exit ranklesFour months on, the sight of Wayne Rooney in a Derby County tracksuit is still somewhat unusual. Even more so given he is dis…

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Chelsea’s little big man Billy Gilmour relishing his learning curve

The teenage midfielder who impressed against Liverpool has learned from a tussle with Manchester United’s Harry MaguireThe way Billy Gilmour tells the story it was a rite of passage, rather like a little schoolboy being shaken down for his lunch money …

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Ricardo Pereira strikes for Leicester to knock out battling Birmingham

The FA Cup can so often be seen by bigger clubs as a distraction but for Leicester this run could hardly have come at a better time. Ricardo Pereira’s goal eight minutes from time allowed Brendan Rodgers’ side, flagging in the Premier League since the …

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Sergio Agüero goal takes Manchester City past stubborn Sheffield Wednesday

For the umpteenth time in his glittering Manchester City career Sergio Agüero ensured the tale of this tie had a happy ending for the holders. His second-half winner took them into the quarter-finals and secured the striker a remarkable 254th goal for …