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FA Cup success could be first of many trophies, says Richards

Defender eager to 'pull down the banner at Old Trafford' highlighting Manchester City's 35 years without glory

Houllier's weird team selection allows City to think trophies

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Manchester City book FA Cup quarter-final place

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Holloway seeks Spanish lessons in survival

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Grandin stops the rot against 10-man Villa

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