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Bradford City, Middlesbrough dominate FA Cup Heroes & Villains

Bradford came back from two goals down to win 4-2 to send the Blues out of the FA Cup at Stamford Bridge.
Championship side Middlesbrough produced a shock 2-0 win over Premier League champions Manchester City in the FA Cup.

It's been an unforgettable weekend in the FA Cup as Chelsea, Manchester City and Tottenham all perished to lower-league opposition. What better way to celebrate their demise than with a special fourth-round installment of Heroes and Villains?

HEROES

There are no words for what Bradford City did this weekend. Beating Chelsea would have been heroic enough, but to beat them in their own stadium and to do it from two goals down simply beggars belief. Whether it will count as the greatest FA Cup...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Robin van Persie uncertain on Manchester United future

Manchester United striker Robin van Persie says it is vital for the club to win the FA Cup, which represents their best chance of silverware this season.
Manchester United striker Robin van Persie says it is vital for the club to win the FA Cup, which represents their best chance of silverware this season.

Robin van Persie has admitted uncertainty over his future at Manchester United and does not know if the club will keep him after his contract expires in 18 months' time.

Van Persie enjoys a close relationship with United manager Louis van Gaal, who made him Netherlands captain at last summer's World Cup in Brazil, but it looks unlikely that his future will be decided before the end of the season.

"It is not up to me," Van Persie said when asked about his future at Old Trafford. "For the moment, I...

 By PA Sport

Manchester United tell Darren Fletcher he can leave on a free transfer - report

Manchester United striker Robin van Persie says it is vital for the club to win the FA Cup, which represents their best chance of silverware this season.

Manchester United have told vice-captain Darren Fletcher he can leave on a free transfer, according to the Press Association.

Fletcher was a regular in Louis van Gaal's starting XI on their preseason tour, but the arrival of Angel Di Maria and Daley Blind has restricted the Scot's playing time.

Fletcher, 30, has only started four Premier League games this season and PA reports that the midfielder has been informed he is free to end his 20-year spell with the club this month if he wants to.

West Ham...

By ESPN Staff
7 hours ago

Burley's Boiling Point: Man City suicide?

ESPN FC analyst Craig Burley believes Manchester City's loss to Middlesbrough in the FA Cup was deserved as Manuel Pellegrini's side travelled to the Middle East and arrived back far too close to their weekend clash.

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By ESPN Staff
9 hours ago

Nicol: Bolton defended for their lives

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol believes 0-0 draw with Bolton in the FA Cup, where he believes it was an expected showing for Brendan Rodgers' side as they once again failed to find the back of the net.

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