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League Cup quarter final draw


Filed: Saturday, 30th October 2010
By: Staff Writer


West Ham United will face Manchester United in the quarter finals of the Carling Cup.

This lunchtime's draw saw the two United's pitched together once again for a tie that is scheduled to be played the week beginning 29th November.

The full draw was as follows:

Arsenal v Wigan Athletic
Birmingham City v Aston Villa
West Ham Utd v Manchester Utd
Ipswich Town v West Bromwich Albion





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Your Comments


by Niran Ade-Onojobi
02:00PM 2nd Nov 2010
''Well, a good draw. Our cup form has been excellent and I believe this home tie will favour us. Once we get past Man Utd we are Wembley-bound and I can see this team making history.''

by montaz
05:19PM 1st Nov 2010
''The Carling Cup is the only hope for Grant. Once Man Utd knock us out then he must be sacked. Grant is useless and should not have got the job in June - a huge mistake by Mr Gold and Mr Sullivan.''

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