FA Cup biggest headline?

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@stvasile (7317)
Romania
February 18, 2008 9:16am CST
Which was, in your opinion the biggest FA Cup 5th Round headline: Manchester United 4 - 0 Arsenal or Liverpool 1 - 2 Barnsley?
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@Darkwing (21588)
8 Mar 08
Now, I know today's results, it has to be Barnsley! They did it again, against Chelsea and not only that, Pompey kicked Man United into touch!!! Woohoo... that'll stop the shoutin'! You go Barnsley... the whole of Yorkshire is rootin' for ya!
@stvasile (7317)
• Romania
9 Mar 08
I've seen Manchester's game against Portsmouth yesterday and it was incredible how much the reds could miss. They totally pounded Pompey, but they scored on one of the few chances they had. That's Football! As of Barnsley, I learned from you they beat Chelsea. Well done! I really hope they march on as far as possible!
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@lexus54 (3576)
• Singapore
19 Feb 08
I think both matches score equally big headlines for reasons of their own. In the case of the Liverpool-Barnsley match, to have mighty Liverpool bundled out by a team that's 14th on the Football League Championship is shocking indeed. But in reality I am not surprised, because lesser teams in England's leagues often play their hearts out in cup games against their more illustrious counterparts in the EPL in order to score an upset, and they are capable of achieving it probably because they are fired up and they play a brand and style of soccer that EPL teams find hard to counter sometimes. Let's see if Barnsley can stand up to Chelsea and continue the giant killing act. In the case of the Arsenal-Man U match, what surprised me was the overwhelming scoreline, because I would expect that these two top teams will be quite on par with each other. Normally matches between top teams in the EPL are close affairs with small scorelines and the odd goal dividing the winning and losing teams.
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• Romania
19 Feb 08
I'm sorry for the Arsenal's kids there are or were good. I think that Arsene Wenger must do something cause his boys aren't working any more, they started to lose games. As for Liverpool ...... We know that FA Cup is a very important cup if not The most important. Here every team tries to be the best. Barnsley focused more on the game, the team had one purpose "to win this game". And to answer your question every match in FA Cup is suitable to be the biggest headline.
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@rookiekan (883)
• China
19 Feb 08
liverpool 1-2 barnsley?what is barnsley?i never heard barnsley before.and i concerned the current form of liverpool,they will meet Inter milan in the european champion league tonight,and inter milan is my favourite team.so to be honest,i really hope that liverpool was the team lose game VS barnsley.come on!Inter!!
@argo979 (118)
• Italy
18 Feb 08
i say Liverpool-Barnsley because a championship's team won on Anfield Road, it's a straordinary event. the bet on Barlsey saturday was 11/1 very very low!
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@miryam (6510)
• Italy
18 Feb 08
i'm happy for a mancester but now, my juve "fly" ahahah that a more interesting bye myryam
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@niranjans87 (1079)
• India
18 Feb 08
Well its hard to tell which was more shocking.The ManU game was overly one sided which was unexpected and even the scoreline was not a clear indicator of that.It should have been 10-0.And well any premiership team which plays such choppy football against a determined opposition is set to lose as was proved by Liverpool.
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@niranjans87 (1079)
• India
18 Feb 08
Well its hard to tell which was more shocking.The ManU game was overly one sided which was unexpected and even the scoreline was not a clear indicator of that.It should have been 10-0.And well any premiership team which plays such choppy football against a determined opposition is set to lose as was proved by Liverpool.
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@niranjans87 (1079)
• India
18 Feb 08
Well its hard to say which is the most shocking of the two.While the first one was too one sided and honestly even the score line is not a clear indicator of that.It should have been 20-0.But even the Liverpool game was quite shocking since the premiership team played such choppy football.
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@Foxfire1875 (2011)
18 Feb 08
The Liverpool result, it was such a shock and it sounds good when they said Liverpool had never beaten Barnsley at Anfield for 30 years, until they added that of course they hadn't been in the same league over that period of time. I saw some of the Man U v Arsenal game and that result surprised me, as both teams weren't at full strength but I suppose it goes to show the strength and depth that Man U has.
@mrtimharry (1180)
18 Feb 08
I have to say as a Liverpool fan that our result was the biggest headline. Whilst not a total shock it was the more unlikely result. The Man U scoreline was unusual, but in practice any of the big clubs could hand out a four nil win to any other club, if they play well and their oponents play badly
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