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By ESPN Staff
2 days ago

The anatomy of an FA Cup upset

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol, Craig Burley and Gab Marcotti divulge their opinions at length as to why many smaller clubs historically triumph over clubs like Chelsea, Manchester City and others in the FA Cup, and Nicol attributes it to complacency.

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 By Kevin Palmer

Mark Yeates pleased to play his part in Bradford's FA Cup defeat of Chelsea

Bradford came back from two goals down to win 4-2 to send the Blues out of the FA Cup at Stamford Bridge.

Bradford City FA Cup hero Mark Yeates has told ESPN FC his side's famous fourth-round win at Chelsea on Saturday was both "surreal and amazing."

Yeates, 30, came off the bench to net Bradford's final goal in a 4-2 victory that ended the Blues' hopes of achieving a quadruple this season.

With the League One side having recovered after falling 2-0 behind, the result has been hailed by some as the most remarkable in the competition's history.

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"It was as we came back to the train station on Saturday...

By ESPN Staff
3 days ago

Moreno: Chelsea should be ashamed

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno agrees with Jose Mourinho that his side's performance was a disgrace, following their 4-2 defeat by Bradford City.

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 By PA Sport

Jose Mourinho had 'not a word' for Chelsea players after loss to Bradford

Jose Mourinho wants Chelsea's FA Cup exit to Bradford to spark a positive reaction in the second leg of their Capital One Cup semifinal with Liverpool on Tuesday.


Jose Mourinho was so disappointed in his Chelsea players' defeat to League One Bradford that he dished out the silent treatment.

Mourinho was "ashamed" after watching the Blues go from 2-0 up to lose 4-2 and exit the FA Cup in an "unacceptable" performance which he described as a "disgrace."

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The Blues' boss left his players to stew afterwards, saying "not a word."

"It was not the moment to speak with them," he said.

Mourinho made nine changes for the clash, which fell between the two legs of their...

 By PA Sport

'Beating Chelsea made our season,' says Bradford co-chairman

Bradford came back from two goals down to win 4-2 to send the Blues out of the FA Cup at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho spoke to the press following his side's stunning loss to Bradford City in the FA Cup, and noted that this defeat was one of the worst he had ever endured as a manager.

Bradford co-chairman Mark Lawn is dreaming of being paired with Manchester United after his Bantams dumped Chelsea out of the FA Cup on a day of shocks on Saturday.

Bradford fought back from 2-0 down at Stamford Bridge to claim the biggest upset of the day, if not the entire tournament -- no mean feat considering Manchester City, Southampton and Tottenham also lost to supposedly inferior opposition on Saturday -- and their 4-2 victory earned the League One side a place in the fifth round.

The Bantams...