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Who's Gonna Win the FA Cup??!!  

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    • Arsenal
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    • Man Utd
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If you're gona see one match this year, watch the Champions League Final: Liverpool vs AC Milan...

But........

If you're going to watch 2 matches this year...

there's only ONE CUP TO RULE THEM ALL....

ARSENAL VS MAN UTD.. THE FA CUP FINAL!

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Saturday 21 May.

Millennium Stadium.

Both managers need to win something this year to take the pressure of their teams...

a likely 3rd place final position in the league together with an early elimination for manU from the champions league has put pressure on the reign of sir al. a higly unsuccessful and luckluster performance in the league.. coupled together the offpitch boardroom rumble, which is about to get even more heated and the inability of rio ferdinand to use a pen has added more heat to the fire... a young crop of players coming through would welcome a fa cup victory. Could this put a rainbow to the dark storm clouds over old trafford?

arsene wenger seems content with 2nd place in the league, which is in within grasp... after losing their undefeated run of games early in the season and losing the champions crown; off the pitch player probems, with many seeming keen to leave the old fortress highbury and with next year being the last season the gooners play there before moving to their new stadium, can fa cup glory give arsenal the post-season boost of confidence they need after falling short to match chelsea's billions?

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The FA Cup Final Match Details

Arsenal v Manchester United

3.00pm, Saturday 21 May 2005

Millennium Stadium, Cardiff

£1,000,000 to the winning club

Match Officials (Wearing Yellow)

Referee: Rob Styles

Assistants: Jim Devine and Paul Canadine

Fourth Official: Neale Barry

Team Colours (Dressing Rooms)

Arsenal: Red, White, Red (North Dressing Room)

Manchester United: Black, Black, White (South Dressing Room)

TV and Radio Coverage

TV: Live on BBC1 and Sky Sports

Radio: Live on BBC Radio Five Live and TheFA.com

The FA Cup Final Match Ball: The Limited Edition Mitre Verus ball

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