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FA Cup: It's Town If We Get Past United

FA Cup: It's Town If We Get Past United

If Arsenal can battle their way past Leeds United in the 3rd round FA Cup replay next Wednesday, the Gunners will face Huddersfield Town at home in the 4th round.

The draw was made by three members of the Britsih Armed Forces, as the FA continue their commendable 'Tickets for Troops' campaign through the 2010/11 FA Cup tournament. One of the the trio, Leon Cashman a member of the Royal Navy and an Arsenal fan, pulled the away teams, did us a fairly big favour by choosing Huddersfield Town as visitors to the Grove.

Arsenal and Huddersfield have one significant common interest in that we were both managed by the late great Herbert Chapman, and he helped both clubs win the competition they could now compete against other for.



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Writer:Rocky7
Date:Sunday January 9 2011
Time: 3:50PM

Comments

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Nice
gronedrone
09/01/2011 16:19:00
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Afobe to fire us to victory!!
Terrier24
09/01/2011 18:40:00
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Surely, after Sanchez Watt for Leeds, we can opt to restrict our own players competing against us.
Naijagunner
09/01/2011 21:40:00
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Huddersfield have a great young goalkeeper called Alex Smithies who at 20 is already their highest earner, 1 to look out for
HuddersfieldYiddo
09/01/2011 23:20:00
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Kind draw if we can navigate Leeds, who won't be pushovers at Elland Road. They'll turn us over if we go up there with any casual attitude whatsoever. Time for some of our players to show full respect to their opponents.
Wyn Mills
09/01/2011 23:30:00
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Looks like Chelsea's "getting a good draw" capabilities have been transferred over to us
Eboue=GOD
10/01/2011 05:10:00
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Agree, Eboue=; : )
Naijagunner
10/01/2011 14:13:00
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