FA Cup highlights show.
Starts in just under a bong.
1. Portsmouth v Bournemouth
2. WBA v Peterborough
3. Arsenal v Burnley
4. Aston Villa v Man City
5. Colchester v Spurs
6. Shrewsbury v Sheffield Wednesday
7. Liverpool v West Ham
8. Forest v Watford
9. Derby v Man Utd
10. Round-up of remaining games
>that running order
>muh shit league two team "giant killing" shit championship team or whatever
Don't give a fuck. I'd rather watch the good football like Arsenal or Spurs first. I'm not staying up for this shit
So? At least we'll see good goals and good football from a relevant team.
City won 4-0.
Why wouldn't I want to watch those first instead of some shit team causing an "upset" against another shit team
Rules changes coming into place in 2 seasons time will allow Man Utd, Liverpool and Chelsea to qualify for the CL no matter where they finish in the League that year, at the expense of any teams with smaller budgets that finish in the top 4
>really? fucking hell thats grim
It was actually bollock cancer:
>In July 2009 Hartson received chemotherapy after being diagnosed with testicular cancer which had spread to his brain. It was later reported the cancer had spread to his lungs and that he remained in a "critical condition" following emergency surgery.
You could say he's a dickhead.
Because he's a wanker
This woman at my work says her son has a Real shirt, Barca shirt and Man City shirt, all short sleeved, and wears gloves whenever he has a kickabout. I told her he sounds like a twat.
Actually Sky are twisting the words of the actual story as they're in favour of it. There's a much better article about it on The Times that I intended to link, but sadly it's behind a paywall.
Is not so much gloves, I understand the need to keep your fingers warm, but why wear fingerless gloves? Is Sanchez needing to bait a fishing hook during the first half or something?
>miles better than martial
>70 million quid cheaper
>Hart - "I might never catch the ball but I'll always make that leap of faith"
>Kompany - "I need to be strong.....for my team" - Kompany on the night of City's historic FA Cup win, his baby daughter had died 2 hours earlier
>Kolarov - "I stare into the eyes of every player I tackle, I have yet to meet one who didn't flinch"
>Otemendi & Roberts - "The war only stopped when the football started" - on their recollections of the Falklands War
>Sagna - "When I arrived here my living arrangements had not been completed but I was allowed to sleep at the stadium by Galassi, I have never fallen asleep so quickly in my life, that was when I knew I was home"
>Zabaleta - "Even in the darkest of failures, a man can sleep. But for the man who fails to give his all, his mind cannot rest. Ever"
>Demichelis - "When you give 100% you play with fire, you might destroy your opponents or you might get burned"
>Fernando - "Everyone at the Etihad is my brother, everyone" - Fernando on his Afro-Brazilian-Nationalist past
>Toure - "When I was at Olimpiacos I was a nigger, when I was at Barcelona I was a proud black man but at Manchester City I am simply Yaya"
>David Silva - "I love women, I love football, but if I had to choose, I'd die a virgin"
>Mangala - "Ooogu, boogu, bingo, bongo......sorry, were you expecting something else?"
>Richard Wright - "It's sad that the fans will never know just how much we love them"
>Fernandinho - "As long as a man has two feet to kick a football, he'll never be poor"
>mfw 2011-12 season
>mfw most of Britain were celebrating when City, a team of foreign mercenaries won the league United who at the time had the biggest home-grown squad in the league
Literally scum, the lot of you.
>Delph - "I didn't leave Villa cheaply, most players would pay to play for City"
>Clichy - "Born with this skin I was always told I was cursed, if that was true then this Manchester City shirt was the answer to my benediction"
>Bony - "They say slavery is dead but at Swansea I was just that, a slave dreaming off death. Manchester City FC doesn't "buy" players, it frees them and unleashes their potential"
>Sterling - "As a kid in Jamaica I dreamed of being the next Usain Bolt. As a teenager in England I dreamed of being the next David Beckham. When I arrived at the Etihad, I realised I was the first Raheem Sterling.
>De Bryne - "I was shocked when I heard MCFC had paid £55m for me, I told Shiek Mansour that it was too much, I wasn't worth such a stupendous fee. That charming man though just grinned, looked me in the eyes and declared "Are you kidding, Kevin? Don't you know Manchester City players are priceless."
>Navas - "Faster, faster, faster, it's all I ever think about, one of these days I travel through time"
>Nasri - "I am happy to take on all the abuse from the supporters because it means my teammates don't have to"
>Lampard - "Oi, oi, where your towers?" Lampard harassing American tourists at the airport during 9/11
>Aguero - "The greatest moment of my life" - Aguero claiming that scoring the winning goals against QPR were more important to him than the birth his child and his wedding
>Pellegrini - "Not every parents child can become an engineer but I am proud of my children nonetheless, they represented their father with passion and I know they tried their best to live up to my expectations" On his sides loss to Barcelona, referencing his son who killed himself after failing to get into Engineering school
In all seriousness, do you not think it's a bit awkward for the Argentinian lads in the club at times, living here? I always wonder about that, especially with them having a Chilean manager as well.
they call me nas im not your legal type of fella
>tfw im a sheffield wednesday fan
The larger teams have gotten smarter and realised they need to field a strong side instead of relying on youth, unless they want to drop out that is. I know it's a bit of a first world problem but I do worry about the youth system nowadays because when will kids in larger teams get a fair chance in games? I know they're paid well but there's still a lot of genuine talent just festering.
Reminds me of when ITV got the MotD rights for The Premiership.