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Fa cup match - Big Cyrille - 12-07-2017

We ain't on the telly ffs


RE: Fa cup match - Duffmon - 12-07-2017

Not a huge surprise really. Always thought we were a “maybe” at best.

More shocking is that for the first time in 12 years and 58 matches, United are not being shown.

January 5: Liverpool vs Everton (BBC)

January 6: Fleetwood/Hereford vs Leicester City (BBC)

January 6: Norwich vs Chelsea (BT Sport)

January 7: Shrewsbury vs West Ham United (BBC)

January 7: Nottingham Forest vs Arsenal (BT Sport)

January 8: Brighton and Hove Albion vs Crystal Palace (BT Sport)


RE: Fa cup match - Puke This - 12-07-2017

Gotta make way for that "massive rivalry" between two clubs that are 50 miles apart. One in London one on the coast.

That's more interesting than a potential giant kill ay it?


RE: Fa cup match - Dumbo - 12-07-2017

We've bored the Nation during every televised match we've played this season. What do you expect?


RE: Fa cup match - chasetownbaggie - 12-07-2017

(12-07-2017, 05:22 PM)Puke This Wrote: Gotta make way for that "massive rivalry" between two clubs that are 50 miles apart. One in London one on the coast.

That's more interesting than a potential giant kill ay it?

BT Sport are fuggin' clueless. Neutrals like to see potential upsets in the Cup. Should have chosen Dings v Swansea, not another all Prem tie.

Interesingly though, just read that the Brighton game will be first to trial video assistant ref.


RE: Fa cup match - Dreamkiller - 12-07-2017

(12-07-2017, 05:45 PM)chasetownbaggie Wrote:
(12-07-2017, 05:22 PM)Puke This Wrote: Gotta make way for that "massive rivalry" between two clubs that are 50 miles apart. One in London one on the coast.

That's more interesting than a potential giant kill ay it?

BT Sport are fuggin' clueless. Neutrals like to see potential upsets in the Cup. Should have chosen Dings v Swansea, not another all Prem tie.
That's the one I'd have picked.


RE: Fa cup match - swordfish - 12-07-2017

Brighton v Palace? Two jumped up Johnnie-come- Lately clubs I dislike irrationally. I always take one side or other when watching a game but unless both teams can lose, I won't bother.


RE: Fa cup match - baggiebloke - 12-08-2017

(12-07-2017, 07:35 PM)swordfish Wrote: Brighton v Palace? Two jumped up Johnnie-come- Lately clubs I dislike irrationally. I always take one side or other when watching a game but unless both teams can lose, I won't bother.

Nothing irrational about that. 

Can't stand either.