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No loser in Man Utd/Arsenal tie?

No loser in Man Utd/Arsenal tie?

Rumours are emerging that the team whose revenue streams are affected adversely (*) in Saturday's FA Cup tie between Manchester United and Arsenal will be allowed to re-enter the competition at the quarter-final stage thanks to a seeded draw with all of the winners of the 5th Round ties who are not members of the 'big four'.

The draw will be re-made as many times as possible until the desired quarter-final line-up is obtained.

A spokesman said: 'This is not about greed, there are many more ridiculous things we could have done.

'We are merely implementing the new rule to ensure that no other club outside the 'big four' (soon to be known as the 'big three + Liverpool') can ever win a trophy again.'

* loses

Writer:CCFC
Date:Wednesday February 13 2008
Time: 12:51PM

Comments

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Sadly it would no longer surprise me if this was true.
Rugby Sky Blue
13/02/2008 12:58:00
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Is It April 1st Already....?
horseworrier
13/02/2008 19:26:00
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no horseworrier-that is the way the game is going. plans also been floated for next years FA cup-cut out all the irrelevant teams and go straight to the semi finals-featuring guess who-the big three plus a joint merseyside team-ALL GAMES AT WEMBLEY
roberts
13/02/2008 23:14:00
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That sucks! Boooo!
Matt_Us
14/02/2008 13:55:00
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