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Super Sky Blues shock Blackburn

Super Sky Blues shock Blackburn

Coventry City produced another stunning cup win on Saturday, knocking Blackburn out of the FA Cup at Ewood Park.

Michael Mifsud with two, Elliott Ward with a penalty and Dele Adebola scored the goals in a 4-1 win.

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Writer:CCFC
Date:Saturday January 5 2008
Time: 4:49PM

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Congratulations lads, you guys totally outplayed us, well deserved, we should hang our heads in shame, good luck with the rest of the competition, we can officially proclaim Coventry as the Giant Slayers of the FA CUP
sasman
05/01/2008 16:58:00
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well done lads from all at Vital Chelsea, who do ya fancy in round ofur?
merlin
05/01/2008 20:16:00
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A home draw would be nice. One of the big four maybe and a record crowd at the Ricoh
Rugby Sky Blue
05/01/2008 20:17:00
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Wow what a result .. and Rovers are no push over either - I thought that when you went one-up that they would easily come back into it, even when you got the second I was still an little nervous for you but when the third went in and there were only a handful of minutes left on the clock I though that you had probably done enough... andd then they went and scored.. anyway you are through and as a Pompey fan whose teams home form is deadful I really hope we won't see you in Round 4 - Good luck fellas a ppremiership scalp and I hope you get the draw you wish for... and win !
Chix
06/01/2008 09:17:00
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Well done lads. We were rubbish but that shouldnt take away from the fact you were great. Good luck in the next round.
MikeyGamst
06/01/2008 13:02:00
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