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Spurs are well positioned to win FA Cup, but does Pochettino really care?

The ESPN FC crew answer your tweets on all things Man City, including how Pep Guardiola handles losing and what their FA Cup exit means for Tottenham.

A home game against League One Rochdale; a trip to Sheffield Wednesday or Swansea; and two games at their home stadium. That is Tottenham Hotspur's route to FA Cup glory. And it no longer includes Manchester City.

Football is not played on paper, of course, as Wigan's 1-0 win over City proves, and it would be hugely disrespectful to Spurs' rivals -- not least Rochdale, who held them to a 2-2 draw on Sunday -- to suggest the FA Cup is Tottenham's to lose. But they can rarely have had a better chance...

 By Ben Pearce

Lucas shines on full debut, but replay in order after Spurs draw at Rochdale

Tottenham's Lucas Moura celebrates scoring equaliser vs Rochdale
Lucas Moura scored in his first start for Tottenham in a 2-2 draw at League One Rochdale.

It was deja vu at half-time as, for the second time in a month, Tottenham found themselves trailing 1-0 away against lower-league opposition in the FA Cup. Spurs had battled back to grab a 1-1 draw against League One side Newport County on the previous occasion, and this time they seemed to have gone one better against League One's basement boys Rochdale.

When Lucas Moura's leveller was followed by an 88th-minute Harry Kane penalty, the north Londoners appeared to have avoided a replay. But...

Davies' injury time goal earns Rochdale a cup replay vs. sub-par Spurs

League One bottom-feeders Rochdale stunned Tottenham with a 93rd-minute equaliser to force a fifth round FA Cup replay at Wembley.

ROCHDALE, England -- Three things from Sunday's dramatic 2-2 draw between Rochdale AFC and Tottenham Hotspur at Spotland Stadium.

1. Spurs stumble again vs. lower-league opponents

If Tottenham are to win the FA Cup, they will have done it both the easy and the hard way. Easy because they have been pitted against AFC Wimbledon, Newport County and Rochdale. Hard because like Newport, Rochdale took Tottenham to a replay.

Just when Harry Kane seemed to have set up a quarterfinal against either Swansea...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Spurs' Harry Kane has doppelganger in chubby Teesside bin man

Wisdom says that everyone has a doppelganger somewhere in the world -- though Harry Kane doesn't have to look very far to find a slightly, erm, larger version of him.

Paul Foden, from Eston, in the northeast of England, has been embracing the comparisons for years, going so far as to refer to himself as "Chubby Harry Kane" on Twitter.

The 28-year-old bin man, a passionate Middlesbrough supporter, even bought a Kane shirt to wear when playing football with his mates.

"When he started popping up for...

'Seeing me play vs. Spurs can inspire people with cancer' - Joe Thompson

With the return of the FA Cup this weekend, Paul Mariner and Mark Donaldson predict who'll move on to the quarterfinals.

ROCHDALE, England -- Joe Thompson knows he really should not be preparing to face Tottenham Hotspur in Sunday's FA Cup fifth round tie for League One minnows Rochdale at Spotland.

Just 14 months ago, the 28-year-old was diagnosed with cancer for the second time in three years. Having beaten the disease once, he has since gone on to beat it again, but the personal victory was one thing, overcoming all the obstacles in his way to win back his career is another mountain that the midfielder must climb...

 By John Crace

Tottenham tame Juventus but FA Cup represents best chance for trophy

The FC crew predict the FA Cup fifth round fixtures.

Tottenham are still buzzing after Tuesday night's performance against Juventus in the Champions League. After going two goals down due to some sloppy defending inside the first nine minutes, Spurs dominated the remaining 80.

The statistics don't lie. Against the Italian champions who had been Champions League finalists in two of the last three seasons, Spurs had nearly 70 percent of the possession while playing away from home. No team had done that to Juventus in Turin in living memory. Spurs also...