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Wednesday in the Cup

Wednesday in the Cup

City have been handed an away draw at Sheffield Wednesday in the FA cup 3rd round .

The tie is one that is sure to catch the imagination of City fans and there should be a rush to snap up tickets.

City's last vist to Hillsbrough ended in a 6-2 victory back in the Kevin Keegan promotion season.

City will be looking to go further in the competition than last season's quarter final. The omens are good as the Owl's manager is the same Brian Laws who brought Scunthorpe to Eastlands in last season's third round.


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Writer:Andy Leggott
Date:Monday December 4 2006
Time: 5:32PM

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Looking forward to it, should be a great match.
Auckland Owl
04/12/2006 20:33:00
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It will be a hoot.
storagematt
04/12/2006 22:31:00
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With our away form and as it is the Cup we will be lucky to come away with a draw
alphieblues
04/12/2006 23:54:00
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and our home form not lost in 3 months since the 1-2 loss to derby which like every owls fan in hillsborough didnt no how we had lost after a last secound winner but iam looking forward for ure visit should be a good match. beet the blades 4 us at bumhole lane. up the owls
owlmad
06/12/2006 21:53:00
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easy victory for you City. Make us Millers happy and stuff the Owls
zipadeedoodah
08/12/2006 09:10:00
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