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Rams miss out on home FA Cup tie


Saturday`s 2-0 defeat at Plymouth has denied the Rams a home tie after today`s FA Cup quarter-final draw. Plymouth, who deservedly won the fifth round clash on Saturday, now face Watford at Home Park on the 10th or 11th March,

The draw was made at Soho square today by former Rams first team coach, and now England Manager Steve McClaren and his assistant Terry Venables

Full Draw
Middlesbrough/WBA v Man Utd/Reading
Arsenal/Blackburn v Man City
Chelsea v Tottenham
Plymouth v Watford




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Writer: Peter Simcox Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday February 19 2007

Time: 1:41PM

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well its nice to say we deserved it because we did, most people will say oh we should of won its only plymouth!
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