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 By Mike Whalley

Brendan Rodgers: Winning any trophy would be a 'step forward' for Liverpool

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers credits his side's tenacity as the driving force behind their victory over Aston Villa.

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers believes winning a trophy would make this season a success -- even if the club fail to qualify for the Champions League.

Rodgers' side are struggling to secure a place in the competition for next season as they lie ninth in the Premier League, seven points outside a top-four spot.

However, the club are in three cup competitions as they head into 2015, beginning their FA Cup campaign at League Two side AFC Wimbledon on Jan. 5.

They face a two-legged Capital One Cup semi-final...

Yeovil Monday is a thing as fans scramble for tickets to see Man Utd

Huish Park, home of Yeovil Town
Huish Park, home of Yeovil Town, will be packed to the rafters.

We'd have Black Friday, Cyber Saturday and even Super Sunday, maybe now it's time to christen today Yeovil Monday. 

The reason? Well, with the League One club hosting the likes of Falcao, Wayne Rooney and Angel Di Maria in the FA Cup when Manchester United visit Huish Park on Jan. 4, fans have been going crazy to try and get tickets.

The stadium holds only 9,565 -- with United given 2,036 of those -- so the fight was on for the remaining 7,500 on a "first come, first serve" basis. One fan told...

Scunthorpe beat Worcester City in FA Cup-record 32-penalty shootout

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Scunthorpe goalkeeper Sam Slocombe, center, is congratulated by winning penalty taker Miguel Llera, right, as their squad eliminated Worcester City from the FA Cup.

Miguel Llera's spot-kick brought an end to non-league Worcester's FA Cup run in extraordinary fashion as Scunthorpe won their second-round replay 14-13 on penalties.

The Spaniard had a chance to win it before the sudden-death spot-kicks but saw his effort saved by Nathan Vaughan. He held his nerve on the 32nd penalty of the match to knock out the Conference North side, who had held the Iron to a 1-1 scoreline after extra-time.

As had been the case in their first encounter, Worcester had come from...

 By PA Sport

Yeovil top Accrington to set up FA Cup tie with Manchester United

Simon Gillett, right, of Yeovil scores his side's first goal during the FA Cup match between Yeovil Town and Accrington Stanley at Huish Park.

Yeovil Town scored two late goals for a 2-0 win to dump Accrington Stanley out of the FA Cup and set up a third-round tie with Manchester United.

The Glovers almost took the lead in the 12th minute through some desperate defending from Stanley when defender Tom Aldred's attempted nod back flew past on-rushing keeper Jack Rose, only for the thankful centre-half to watch it bobble wide.

Stanley could have benefitted from a defensive blunder themselves as Marcus Carver pounced on a short Brendan...

Kaikai strike enough for U's

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Cambridge booked an FA Cup third-round tie with Luton after a deflected Sullay Kaikai shot after only 10 minutes saw them pull off a 1-0 second-round replay win at Mansfield.

But the home side were furious when Luke Waterfall's 89th-minute overhead effort was ruled out for offside when they thought they had finally pierced Cambridge's resilient defence.

Mansfield might have gone ahead with just 35 seconds on the watch but Vadaine Oliver sent a five-yard header straight at Chris Dunn from Rakish Bingham's...