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FA mulling midweek cup games in 2022

The disruption to the domestic season caused by Qatar's winter World Cup in 2022 could result in permanent changes to English football.

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Community Shield to use 'ABBA' shootout

The new "ABBA" penalty shootout format will be used for Sunday's Community Shield clash between Chelsea and Arsenal, the FA has announced.

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Shaw charged for pie-eating incident

Former Sutton United goalkeeper Wayne Shaw has been charged with breaching FA rules after he ate a pie on the bench during a match against Arsenal.

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FA to keep third-round cup replays - report

The Football Association is not considering scrapping FA Cup third-round replays or moving the competition to midweek, according to Press Association

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82dRob Dawson

Ferdinand's regret over 2009 FA Cup loss

Ferdinand won six Premier League titles and the Champions League during 12 years at Old Trafford, but never lifted the FA Cup.

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83dGabriele Marcotti

Arsenal pendulum swings; farewell Totti

Gab Marcotti: What does Arsenal's FA Cup win mean for Arsene Wenger? Plus, a Roma legend bowed out, Dortmund and PSG won trophies and Crotone escaped.

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83dMark Ogden

Wenger has Arsenal deal agreed - sources

Arsene Wenger will attend an Arsenal board meeting on Tuesday having already agreed the terms of a two-year deal in November, sources told ESPN FC.

83dChris Wright

Ozil chuckles at 'expert predictions'

Mesut Ozil was happy to look back and chuckle to himself over the outcomes forecast by some journalists as Arsenal upset Chelsea.

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83dESPN staff

Courtois rues Sanchez's 'volleyball block'

Thibaut Courtois says Anthony Taylor visited the club earlier this season to explain the handball rule as he rued Alexis Sanchez's "volleyball block."

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84dPA Sport

FA Cup trophy proof I should stay - Wenger

Arsene Wenger says he will head into Tuesday's board meeting to discuss his Arsenal future perfectly equipped with all he needs to secure a new deal.

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84dLiam Twomey

Conte defends 'honest' Moses after dive

Antonio Conte defended Victor Moses as "an honest player" after the winger was shown a second yellow card for diving in Saturday's FA Cup final loss.

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84dESPN staff

Fabregas on Chelsea exit: 'Never say never'

Cesc Fabregas has said he is happy playing for Chelsea but you can "never say never" about a move away from the club this summer.

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85dESPN staff

Costa would only leave Chelsea for Atletico

Diego Costa has said he would only leave Chelsea to join Atletico Madrid, while also confirming he has no interest in moving to China anytime soon.

85dLeo Spall

Added security ensures peaceful FA Cup

Less than a week after the attack in Manchester, a robust security presence ensured a peaceful FA Cup at Wembley.

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85dMark Ogden

Ogden: Will FA Cup see Wenger stay?

Mark Ogden: Arsene Wenger was giddy about winning his seventh FA Cup at Arsenal, but his future at the club is still far from clear.

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85dLiam Twomey

Conte: '2 key moments' cost Chelsea final

Antonio Conte lamented "two key moments" that shattered Chelsea's hopes of a double after Saturday's 2-1 defeat against Arsenal at Wembley.

85dPhil Lythell

Courtois stands out in FA Cup defeat

Arsenal were superb vs. Chelsea but thanks to Thibaut Courtois, Antonio Conte's side endured a much gentler defeat than the 2-1 scoreline suggests.

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85dJames McNicholas

Sanchez, Ramsey deliver for Arsenal

In what has been a trying season, Alexis Sanchez and Per Mertesacker stepped up to lead Arsenal to FA Cup glory and end the season on a high note.

85dESPN staff

Conte: Sanchez 'hands attached to the ball'

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte said Alexis Sanchez "had his hands attached to the ball" before scoring Arsenal's opening goal in their 2-1 win.