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Cracking Carling Cup Draw

Manchester City FC has been drawn away at Arsenal in the final season of Carling sponsoring the League Cup.

Carling Cup quarter-final draw

Arsenal v Manchester City
Chelsea v Liverpool
Manchester United v Crystal Palace
Cardiff v Blackburn

Ties to be played November 29/30.

Which teams will make it to the semi-finals? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section directly below this article.




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Writer: danielqpr Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday October 30 2011

Time: 9:26AM

Your Comments

Although I was really hoping we'd get manure again, I think this one should be a real cracker of a game. A resurgent Arsenal against free-flowing City. Should be a few goals in this one! Just have to wonder who will blink first and play their full strength side, as Arsenal could really do with a cup to get them back into the swing of winning things, whilst we might actually regard this competition as a bit of a distraction.
fifthcolumnblue
Proposed semi final teams: City (of course), Liverpool, Rags and Cardiff.
tudor
you can bet your life that the winners from liverpool, city, arsenal and chelsea will play each other in the semis
rhaigh
If Arsenal carry on with their comedy defending we should have far too much for them.
Bluedub
Shock horror rhaigh, you're not sugesting the rags will get yet another easy home draw are you? There luck is quite simply astounding innit?
fifthcolumnblue
Arsenal won't play the kids surely, Wenger will re-think this policy I think and just have a few in like we will.
StuMCFC
oh well, looks like City v Arsenal and Liverpool vChelsea will be on TV and United will be via the Red Button.....lol but it seems they have another easy tie for the rags but then again they are making the CL harder than it looks.... a team on wane, but we will not have it all our own way against Wenger's kids if he plays his kids that is...a good game all the same..
cityman51
Should be a great match ......we will be too strong in the end City 3 Gunners 1
Doody
City was the one team I was hoping to avoid...Sigh.
Sajit
Yet another unbelievable draw for the one sixers.
Johnny Baguette
 

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