The Football Association Challenge Cup (FA Cup) is the oldest and most celebrated football competition in the world. The FA Cup started in the year 1871–1872 and since then, it is has become an annual affair. The FA Cup also took place during the World War. Since 1923, FA Cup finals have taken place at 

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Manchester United have now gone up a gear, They sold Wayne Rooney – who silently shed a tear. But Man U are now playing well – and winning more games, Now Rooney plays for his beloved home team, Everton; ‘and he’s scoring goals in his dreams.’   Now let’s hear it for the Kop, and 

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Riyad Mahrez remains a Leicester City player, at least for the foreseeable future having seen attempts to leave the former Premier League champions fall through on transfer deadline day. The Algerian international was allowed to leave the national squad during the international break in attempt to finalise a transfer deadline day move, widely reported to 

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Chelsea are set to face competition for Leicester City’s Riyad Mahrez. According to the Guardian, Antonio Conte has identified the Algerian as a target, but will have to fend off interest from Manchester United. Conte is desperately scrambling for more squad depth, with his side looking particularly bare should injuries and fatigue hit – the 

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Chelsea are considering a move for Leicester City’s Jamie Vardy, according to the Daily Mail. The champions are already negotiating a fee for Danny Drinkwater, but it appears as though they want to extend their summer shopping trip. With Fernando Llorente looking unlikely to leave Swansea – the Spaniard was a target for Conte – 

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The football season is now warming up and the players are playing warm-up games, New players are on display but I don’t know their names! Pre-season it is called and it starts very soon, New talent on show which should make us swoon.   From the lower league teams to the big names we see, 

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After over a month of negotiations Leicester City are finally poised to secure the £25 million signing of Nigerian striker Kelechi Iheanacho from Manchester City with the long delay caused by issues over a potential buy-back agreement. John Percy of the Daily Telegraph confirmed on Tuesday morning that the 20-year-old was due to take his 

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Whilst the majority of fans inside of the Hong Kong Stadium travelled to see the stars from Merseyside, Leicester City looked every bit of Liverpool’s equal in the final of 2017’s Asia Cup. Liverpool emerged as 2-1 winners in a deserving victory, however one cannot take anything away from the effort put forward by Leicester. 

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Disjointed defence, collapsed midfield, fruitless attack and poor leadership qualities! These are few of the problems Leicester City had last season as they surrendered their title won a year go to Chelsea even before the half of the season. They were able to avoid relegation though, after finishing 12th on the log. However, it’s a 

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Manchester City’s recent capture of Tottenham defender, Kyle Walker, for a reported fee of £54 million, has made the English right-back the most expensive defender and Englishman in history. Walker is a fine player and offers something completely different to the players that City have had in his position in recent seasons. But the extortionate price 

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On Monday 26th of June 2017, Frank De Boer was named the new Crystal Palace manager, replacing ex England manager Sam Allardyce after he stepped down at the end of last season. De Boer’s appointment means the starting line-up of Premier League managers for the 2017/18 season is complete, but who will be the first 

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This year’s European Under-21 Championship is held in Poland, where current champions Sweden tried attempting to fend off their competitors, hoping to retain their crown and win it for a second year running. However, the main favourites going into the competition were Spain, Germany and England, with England losing to Germany on penalties and Germany 

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Crystal Palace Summary Staying in the Premier League should be Palace’s number one priority every season but it’s been disappointing at how bad they have struggled. A team boasting Zaha, Benteke, Townsend and Cabaye should be pushing up but their defence has let them down so they were rightly in a dog fight. Big Sam 

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In a recent interview with beIn Sports, when questioned about the possibility of signing Leicester winger Riyad Mahrez, Arsene Wenger replied: “Have we made a bid for him? No. Not yet. Not yet means it could happen, it could not happen.” Although this was a somewhat vague response by the Arsenal manager, it was also 

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Riyad Mahrez stunned Leicester City fans on Tuesday afternoon – releasing a statement outlining his intention to leave the club, according to BBC Sport. The Algerian has been linked with a Leicester exit ever since winning the Player of the Year award and helping the Foxes secure the Premier League title in 2016. Now, however, 

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With the 2016/17 season coming to an end, it’s only natural to start thinking of the upcoming season. Many teams have already announced their first summer signings, and the tabloids have started their transfer sagas as per usual. Just like some players won’t be at their current teams come August, some teams won’t be in 

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Atletico Madrid are plotting their summer business, and an unlikely name has emerged. According to a report from The Independent, Diego Simeone – who looks likely to remain in charge – has identified Leicester City’s Jamie Vardy as a target. Sources close to the Independent say that Simeone was impressed with the Englishman’s play during 

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Claudio Ranieri’s dismissal was one of the low points of the Premier League season for almost everyone who follows English football. The Italian’s stupendous work as he guided the unfancied Foxes to the league title last term will live long in the memory, yet it is hard to argue that choosing to dismiss him wasn’t 

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Another tremendous infographic provided by the good folks at Clubline Football. What if one of the most popular leagues in the world gets ‘Americanized’? Just imagine….. Like O-Posts on Facebook You can also follow O-Posts on Twitter @OPosts