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  • United dump holders Chelsea out of Cup to pile pressure on Sarri

    Manchester United's Ander Herrera and Paul Pogba headed first-half goals to claim a 2-0 win that dumped FA Cup holders Chelsea out of the competition and secured a place in the quarter-finals in an intense tie at Stamford Bridge on Monday.

  • Conte claims wounded Arsenal are FA Cup favourites

    Arsenal are favourites to beat Chelsea in the FA Cup final as they will be motivated to end their season on a high after failing to qualify for the Champions League, the Premier League champions' manager Antonio Conte says.

  • Sanchez caps fightback

    Alexis Sanchez earned Arsenal an FA Cup final showdown with Chelsea and gave Arsene Wenger renewed hope of salvaging a troubled campaign as the gritty Gunners fought back to beat Manchester City 2-1 on Sunday.

  • I'm still Chelsea's number one, says beaten Mourinho

    Manchester United's Jose Mourinho, humbled for the second time this season in front of the Chelsea fans who once idolised him, did not go quietly on Monday as he declared that he remains the London club's number one manager.

  • Wenger under siege as Lincoln chase FA Cup's greatest shock

    Just when Arsene Wenger thought life couldn't get any more stressful, the Arsenal manager finds himself on a hiding to nothing as minnows Lincoln eye more FA Cup history in Saturday's quarter-finals.

  • Leicester gloom deepens as Ranieri's men suffer Cup shock

    If Claudio Ranieri was hoping there might be a player lurking in his reserves to salvage Leicester City's unravelling season he was left disappointed on Saturday as his side were beaten 1-0 by third-tier Millwall in the FA Cup fifth round.

  • Manchester City

    Guardiola seeks FA Cup lift

    A potential FA Cup banana skin awaits Pep Guardiola as he takes his inconsistent Manchester City team to Crystal Palace in the fourth round on Saturday.

  • Chelsea ponder appeal after Terry FA Cup red

    Chelsea manager Antonio Conte said his club may appeal against the red card shown to John Terry during the Premier League leaders' 4-1 FA Cup defeat of Peterborough United.

  • FA Cup telecast deal worth $1b

    England's governing Football Association announced on Monday it had agreed a new overseas broadcast rights deal for the FA

  • MU's chance to salvage season

    Manchester United will attempt to salvage something from their tumultuous season and potentially keep manager Louis van Gaal in a job in Saturday's FA Cup final against Crystal Palace.

  • LVG puts on brave face

    Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal put on a brave face and refused to blame an attack on his team's bus for the serious setback to his side's Champions League hopes at West Ham United.

  • Hillsborough 96 were unlawfully killed, jury rules

    A jury hearing inquests into the deaths of 96 Liverpool football fans in Britain's worst-ever sporting disaster at the Hillsborough football stadium in 1989 rules that they were unlawfully killed, with police failures to blame.

  • Martial sends Man United into FA Cup final

    The Frenchman scores in the last minute of stoppage time after an own goal from Chris Smalling had cancelled out Marouane Fellaini's first-half strike.

  • Rodgers' defining moment at Liverpool

    When Brendan Rogers arrives at Old Trafford on Saturday, he will experience the defining game as the Liverpool manager this season.

  • Steven Gerrard

    Steven Gerrard: A tribute (video)

    After 17 years at Liverpool, Gerrard will bid adieu to the club where he became an icon and move to Major League Soccer’s Los Angeles Galaxy later this season.

  • Wayne Rooney and Ryan Giggs

    Wenger thrilled as Arsenal knock Man United out of FA Cup

    Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger said that Danny Welbeck had been motivated by a desire to prove Manchester United wrong after he knocked his former club out of the FA Cup.