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  1. Bill Pearson.
    Bill Pearson. January 3, 2014 at 9:43 pm . Reply

    Tweet pie’s blind Badger123 how would he know.

  2. Morgan Villa
    Morgan Villa January 3, 2014 at 10:25 pm . Reply

    I cant make it to the third round tie simply because its too close to Xmas, i also have a birthday this month for one of my children. Last year i remember a few ST holders who sat near me failed to make it to the third round game because they simply could not afford it so close to Christmas.

    Is there an argument to shift the tie back into December or further into February would this fill the stadiums as it is very expensive time of year for most families

  3. Andrew
    Andrew January 3, 2014 at 11:11 pm . Reply

    1.5m bid for Hoolahan reported by Sky Sports and the Mirror.

  4. QMKevin
    QMKevin January 4, 2014 at 5:32 am . Reply

    “But the younger generation brought up on Sky football and CL midweek matches don’t care much for it.”…. yet the more they ‘suffer’ watching it, the more they will become the ‘older generation’ and appreciate the FA Cup. Null story, IMHO (see, I’m 42 AND younger generation)

    1. Vaze
      Vaze January 4, 2014 at 10:44 am . Reply

      Have to disagree with you there QM.

      I think that the FA Cup has lost almost all lustre that it once had, and it won’t be recovered.

      The point I was making was that the FA Cup was a limited opportunity to see a live football match on TV and the buzz around the week of the final was tremendous.

      With a dozen or so live matches or more per week now, the FA Cup seems to have become irrelevant to many.

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