Glenn Moore

Glenn Moore is Football Editor for The Independent and a Uefa B licence holder.

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Luke Chadwick in action for Cambridge in the FA Cup

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Steven Gerrard celebrates giving Liverpool the lead with the first of his two goals against AFC Wimbledon on Monday night

Liverpool target cup final end for Steven Gerrard after beating Wimbledon in FA Cup

The final of the FA Cup falls on Gerrard's birthday

Steven Gerrard curls in his – and Liverpool’s – second goal in last night’s FA Cup tie at AFC Wimbledon

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John Scales at Cannizaro House, the elegant Wimbledon hotel were the team of 1988 Cup winning fame stayed before the final

AFC Wimbledon vs Liverpool: The Crazy Gang was much more than John Fashanu and Vinnie Jones, says John Scales

As Wimbledon get set to meet Liverpool in a nostalgia-inducing tie tonight, defender who was part of the Dons’ ’88 Cup-winning team tells Glenn Moore it was a volatile dressing room but that the legend has been exaggerated

Scott Dann heads home his second goal for Crystal Palace at Dover on Sunday
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The Gunners start as defending champions, and against the same team they beat in the final last May

Jeff Astle raises his arms in victory after scoring the winning goal in West Brom's 1-0 win over Everton after extra time in the 1968 FA Cup final
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