Category Archives: FA Cup

The FA Cup – Damned if it does, damned if it doesn’t?

In a months’ of the year appreciation poll January would undoubtedly secure the bottom spot. Festivity comedown after Christmas and New Year’s eve, coupled with disheartening digits on the bathroom scales, not to mention horrendous credit card bills, win the … Read more…

Posted in FA Cup | Leave a comment

Chelsea Weren’t the Only Ones Making History in May – The Football League Welcomes York City F.C. back

Football Rascal Guest Post by life long York City supporter Phil Blacker.   It’s not just Chelsea making history – we are York and we’re proud of it. Just when it appeared season 2011/12 had already drained every last drop … Read more…

Posted in FA Cup, Fans, League Two, News, The Football League | 1 Comment

FA Cup Semi: Everton’s Chalk and Cheese…Get ready to riot!

Everton come in to the FA Cup Semi-final full of confidence after their recent form, which has contributed to their now customary strong finish to a season. Games don’t come much bigger than a semi against Liverpool in the world’s … Read more…

Posted in Club Focus, FA Cup, Player focus | Leave a comment

FA Cup Special: It’s fairy tale stuff for Liverpool’s Brad Jones

Weekends in the English football calendar don’t come much bigger than FA Cup Semi-final weekend. Not only is the FA Cup the worlds oldest and most prestigious cup competition, the semi-final draw has thrown up two local derby’s between four … Read more…

Posted in Club Focus, FA Cup, Football Fairy Tales, Player focus | Leave a comment

FA Cup Preview: It’s all about the managers! Place your bets.

The FA Cup is upon this weekend and there are a lot of tasty ties for football fans to get their teeth into this weekend. We have decided to review three of this weekend’s televised games as we begin a … Read more…

Posted in Betting, Championship, FA Cup, Giant Killing, League One, Managers, Match Previews, Premier League | Leave a comment

Football's Winter Break – we have the answer for England!

With the majority of Europe’s big leagues having now emerged from their winter breaks, it’s worth reflecting again on why England continues to shun one. This summer, England will once more head into a major tournament with none of their … Read more…

Posted in England, Euro 2012, FA Cup, Feature Articles, Health, Injuries, Premier League | 2 Comments