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Inept FA lack the ability to recalibrate the ‘fury’ and ‘anger’ inanely taking a sport to fever pitch

Rampant Stoke demolish Bolton in FA Cup

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As the final whistle approached and they could taste the revenge, the blue wall of Manchester City's supporters began chanting: "We're Not Really Here." It is a song with a history that commemorates their descent to the third tier of English football when, as Manchester United faced Barcelona and Bayern Munich, their cousins encountered York and Mansfield.

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If Matt Jarvis makes his England debut against Wales on Saturday, the Wolverhampton winger knows who to credit with giving him the inspiration to dream of reaching the international stage. It is not an Englishman, however, but a Welshman: Ryan Giggs.

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Competition's top scorer this season gives the Kent town hope in their first third-round appearance

Miliband turns to Twitter to fill in policy blank sheet

Labour leader seeks 'fresh ideas' to beat coalition

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Paul Newman: Blooming Brighton find green setting to end homeless life

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League round-up: Saints still reeling after Pardew exit

Southampton continued to suffer from the fallout of Alan Pardew's controversial sacking last week when they lost 2-0 at home to newly promoted Rochdale on Saturday.

Bees seek the land of milk and honey

Barnet are desperate to leave Underhill far behind but poor attendances will not help to lift them off rock bottom

Allardyce puts top flight goal rush down to excitement of new season

Sam Allardyce has put the flood of goals in the Premier League down to the joys of the new season. A remarkable 35 goals were scored in nine matches over the weekend, thanks to 6-0 wins recorded by Arsenal, Chelsea and Newcastle United.

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