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How about Burton Albion?

Held a strong Man Ure side to a 0-0 draw, Im off to Old trafford

Not to mention

Tamworth and nuneaton
All 3 of us
have done non league proud
 

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Bah Humbug. I'm going of football. If it wasn't for Robbie Fowler, Scunthorpe United would be in the fourth round....
 

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I must admit, big up Burton was a appropriate thread ;)

Very shocking the Man U result
 

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Bonnie Prince Charlie said:
How about Burton Albion?

Held a strong Man Ure side to a 0-0 draw, Im off to Old trafford

Not to mention

Tamworth and nuneaton
All 3 of us
have done non league proud
I wouldnt exactly say it was a strong side, Ruud should of been on the pitch. Ruud V Nistlerooy with clowny aka rooney up front would be dangerous. Shorly Fergie should of learned putting a weak side out means you wont win, eg man u 0-0 exeter last season :roll:

But I think United will thrash Burton like a 37 in a 1:25 gradient pulling a heavy freight :lol:
 

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AJP said:
But I think United will thrash Burton like a 37 in a 1:25 gradient pulling a heavy freight :lol:
To be honest, I don't think Burton will mind about the result too much. It will be an amazing day out for the players, and think of the money the club will be making :D
 

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Yes definatly, United feel sorry for poor clubs so let them draw for a replay so that get more money :lol:
 

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Liverpool at home, always next year...
That team down the road drew Leicester away, hopefully Leicester will do them and it will shut up the remaining Southampton supporters at work
 

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TheSlash said:
Liverpool at home, always next year...
That team down the road drew Leicester away, hopefully Leicester will do them and it will shut up the remaining Southampton supporters at work
I wouldn't be surprised if Leicester knocked us out given the narrow escape to the mighty MK Dons. :)
 

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A thorough job done on Naaarch, on to Blackburn, not too bad a draw given the Irons' pedigree of losing to lower-league clubs in cup competitions.

As for Spurs.... bwahahahahaaaaa....

Most entertaining match has to go to Luton - Liverpool though... didn't it have the lot?
 
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