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Good evening. Welcome to hotel football in Manchester. We are just
metres away from Old Trafford. The third round draw for the FA Cup is
in less than ten minutes. This is the round where the Premier League
big boys and the teams in the championship joined those from
League 1 and League 2 and the non-league sides who are in this
round. Sutton and Barrow giant killers over the weekend and we will
talk to representatives of both over the next half an hour. Former
Manchester United striker, Andy Cole, is here who won this twice
with Manchester United. 96 was the double double and 99 was the
trouble. To win it the first time was special, I don't think you can
top winning the treble in 99. It was an amazing feeling. That 96 final,
because of everything you dreamt about men's more? As a kid, you
always want to play in the FA Cup, you always want to win it. I
remember as a kid, watching them in their suits, getting on the coaching
going to Wembley. I always said, I would want to play in that. I was
fortunate to win it twice. When I first came to Manchester United, we
went to Wembley and lost to Everton. I was gutted that day. It spurred me
on a bit more to get to the final. The current Manchester United team
winning it last season. It was such a big deal for many of them because
it was one of the few medals they had one? If you look at the squad
who one, I don't think there was one player who had won the FA Cup. We
are going to move on and look back at the FA Cup second round weekend.
Sutton United one of three non-league sides who are guaranteed
to be in this third round draw. Although they did leave it late
against League 2 Cheltenham. Sutton looking to reach the third round of
the FA Cup for the first time since 1973. Drops nicely for Sutton
United. They have an equaliser. Drama here. Virtually the last kick
of the match. Another historic day in the life of Sutton United
football club. Rory Deacon scored the goal in the
96th minute and he joins us this evening. It was a very cool finish?
It was, to be fair. Looking back on it now, I just run at it and have a
shot. It was the last few minutes, last the second I thought if I get a
shot off, anything can happen and it did. How did it feel to have the
players jumping on your back. There are some heavy players in our team
and my back is still hurting. Who do you want in the third round?
Manchester United. Manchester United all day. If they come to our ground,
I think we will beat them as well. That is brave with them just over
there. How much to Sutton's history way on the current players, how much
is it impressed on the current players what happened against
Coventry all those years ago? It is, to be fair. The gaffer spoke to us
about it before the game. We thought we would go out and make more
history. The squad we have, very good players. Players who have
played at a higher level. We thought, go out and do the best we
can. Thankfully we did that and we are in the third round. Mid-table in
the National League, can you look forward to league football
eventually? 100%. With the players we have got, that is what we want to
do this year, anything can happen. Rory, the droids coming up in a few
minutes on BBC Two. But let's look at what else happened over the
weekend. Hat-trick! 3-0. Reeves and it is a
great cross. It is in. They have scored three, quickfire goals. Into
the area it goes. I can't believe what I am seeing here. Quite an
astonishing comeback from AFC Wimbledon. Halifax take advantage.
That was disappointing. Blue shirts pouring in towards the penalty area.
Johnson goes for the final shot. It is a scramble inside the box. It is
3-3. Jan Sterba Bristol Rovers. Gone in.
It was a route one clearance from the goalkeeper. Hughes... Harrison
attacks it. It is another goal for Harrison. They have knocked Bristol
Rovers out of the second round of the FA Cup.
I might only have time to talk to Paul because the draw is imminent.
All three sides are in the draw, Stourbridge and Halifax still have
to play. You are safely in after winning at Bristol Rovers? Yes, very
tough game. 1-0 down, early on. Boys showed tremendous character and
hearts two, not just equalise, but win. We are over the moon with the
results and hopefully we will get a good draw. You are in great form,
unbeaten since the 24th of August? Yes, 22 games. I am not having a
haircut all I am not shaving until we lose. I am hoping to look like a
yeti towards the end of the season. It was a few years ago when Barrow
to Sunderland so league side again? They took about 6000 supporters,
which was immense. We took a few down to Bristol Rovers on Sunday.
They made a hell of a lot of noise, so hopefully for the players and the
supporters, we get a good draw. I will talk to later on. Paul, this is
it, time for the third round draw of the FA Cup. We can join Jake
Humphrey in central London. Lift up to celebrate the draw
tonight. In 174 days' time, Wembley will host the 136th final of the FA
Cup. 736 clubs entered this year and the journey began for some way back
on the 6th of August. The iconic BT Tower in central London. This is one
of the special days in the football calendar, the FA Cup third round
draw. Thank you for joining us for a special night in a special location.
We're joined by people around the world perceiving, such is the
interest in the FA Cup. With me, a couple of men who enjoyed playing in
this competition. In 1990, Ian Wright scored twice for Crystal
Palace in a 3-3 draw with Manchester United. Three years later he was in
the winning side for Arsenal. Steven Gerrard won the FA Cup twice with
Liverpool. His first winner's medal came in the historic treble season
in 2001. His second in the 2006 final, also known as the Steven
Gerrard final. Liverpool won on penalties. You get the message, they
score goals and they won the cup. When you get a final name that do,
you have done all right. Yes, he trumped me, it was a good final for
him. You did all right, Stephen? Wasn't just about me, it was a team
FF. It was again West Ham, but we got over the line in the end. We
have had the second round, Nottingham got to the third round,
plenty of drama and heartbreak this weekend? Curzon Ashton, ten minutes
to go. Heartbreaking. Wimbledon have pedigree in the FA Cup. Adam Morgan,
had put Curzon Ashton 3-0. Joy and despair for him? Yes, mixed
emotions. Gets a hat-trick and thinks he will be the hero on the
day but unfortunately goes out of the competition. Devastating for him
but he did well getting three goals. We saw your goals from 2006, the
last time Liverpool won the FA Cup. Would be a lovely year for you this
year? I have a lot of team-mates still in the site, I am a big fan of
Jurgen Klopp. Who would you like Arsenal to get in the draw, Spurs?
No, Liverpool. Beat Liverpool. No chance. Might as well get them early
and beat them now. Let's have a look at some of the standout numbers in
the draw. Yes indeed, Arsenal number two, Liverpool for you to watch out
for, number 23. Chelsea and number 13. Number 51, Northern Premier
Stourbridge, the lowest ranked side left in the competition. No pressure
at all, don't mess it up. Time for the balls. Off you go, Steven
Gerrard. Couple of rogue balls. They are all
out. Steven, you are pulling out the home teams, Ian the way teams.
Number 20. Ipswich Town, the 1978 winners. Number 57. Lincoln or
Oldham, who played tonight. 55. 55 is Barrow. 64. They play Rochdale,
only the second team this season to beat Carlisle. 25. Manchester
United, the current holders of the FA Cup... 32. They will play
Reading, third in the championship. I wanted Stourbridge. Number 19.
Hull city, runners up. Number 38. They will play Swansea City,
struggling at the moment, 20th in the Premier League. 37. 37 is
Sunderland, winners in 1973. Number Ten. They will play Burnley, traitor
at home this season but they get an away draw to Sunderland.
31. Queens Park Rangers, who have won just two of their last 24 FA Cup
matches. They will play like burn Rovers who last won in 98. 47.
Millwall, the 2004 runners-up. Number one. Millwall will play AFC
Bournemouth. Jurassic 4-3 win over Liverpool yesterday of course.
Unfortunately. 42. As you heard there are some West Ham United fans
in with us. 24. West Ham will play Manchester City. Pep Guardiola's
first ever game. Sorry guys. Number eight. Brighton and Hove Albion
currently playing well, second in the championship, unbeaten in 11.
Number 62. And they will play MK Dons or Charlton Athletic, two
League 1 side, goalless in their second-round match. Number 50.
Blackpool, currently eighth in the league to. Number four. And
Blackpool will face Barnsley, the winners back
43. Wigan Athletic, the 2013 winners. Number 29. And they will
face Nottingham Forest, the two-time winners currently 14th in the
championship. Number five. Number five is Birmingham City, fifth in
the championship the moment. Number 27. And they will face Newcastle
United, the championship leaders and six time winners of the FA Cup.
Number 13. Chelsea, the Premier League leaders, seven time winners
of the cup. They are at home to. Number 52. Number 52, Notts County
or Peterborough United, who drew 2-2 in their second-round match. Quite a
challenge for them in the third round. 26. Middlesbrough, the 1997
runners-up. Number 34. And they will play Sheffield Wednesday, currently
sitting six in the championship. 41. 41 is West Bromwich Albion, they are
on a great run, seventh in the Premier League under Tony Pulis.
Number 15. They will play Derby County, also on a good run of form
winning their last five in the championship. 16. 16, Everton, fancy
pulling them out, five-time winners. Number 22. And Everton will play
Leicester City, the Premier League champions and four-time runners-up.
23. Liverpool, the seven time winners, winning it last in 2006.
Number 63. And Liverpool will play Duport county or Plymouth Argyle.
That was a good draw. Jurgen Klopp will be happy now. He should get a
job for that. 46. 46 is Wycombe Wanderers. Number 51. And they play
Northampton town or Stourbridge were postponed at the weekend due to a
frozen pitch. Stourbridge the lowest ranked side left in the cup. 40.
Watford, there is a single Watford fan here this evening, semifinalists
last season. Number 11. They will play Burton Albion, 19th in the
championship, their first time at the third round stage. 30. 30,
Preston North End, 14th in the championship as things stand. Number
two. Preston play Arsenal, the 12 time winners. Oh, man. Number 12.
Cardiff City, 22nd in the championship. Number 17. And they
were -- will play Fulham. 36. Stoke City, runners-up in 2011. Number 44.
They will play Wolverhampton Wanderers, who are sitting 20th in
the championship. 53. 53, Cambridge United, 12th in League 2. They beat
Coventry in round two. Number 21. And they will play Leeds United,
fourth in the championship, currently their highest league
position in the last five years. Number nine. Bristol City, 11th in
the championship, knocked out in the third round in eight of the last
nine seasons. I get a home tie. Number 61. Against Shrewsbury town
or Fleetwood Town, they drew 0-0 on Saturday. Number 18. Number 18,
Huddersfield Town, the 1922 winners, eighth in the championship. Number
54. And Huddersfield will play Port Vale, 4-0 winners over Hartlepool in
the last round. 39. Number 39, is Tottenham Hotspur, the eighth time
winners, sitting fifth in the Premier League at the moment. And
Spurs are at home to. Number three. Aston Villa, seven time winners,
last winning the cup back in 1957. That's tricky, Spurs. Number seven.
Number seven is Brentford, 18th in the championship at the moment,
beaten at the weekend. Number 60. And they will play Halifax town or
Eastleigh. Got to be happy with that. 49. 49 is Bolton Wanderers,
second in League 1, knocked out Sheffield United 3-2 in the last
round. I said I'd get them a good draw. Number 14. Number 14 is
Crystal Palace. I'm not sure you would call that a good draw
necessarily. Crystal Palace 13th in the Premier League at the moment.
28. 28 is Norwich City. They have a home draw in the third round. 35.
And Norwich will play Southampton, 76 winners. Thanks very much. 59. 59
is Sutton United. 45. They will play AFC Wimbledon after that amazing 4-3
win on Saturday. 56. 56, that's Accrington Stanley, 20th in the two
currently. 58. And they will play Luton town, who came back from 2-0
down to Solihull north to win 6-2 on Saturday. Hopefully two balls left
in there. 33. 33 is Rotherham United, bottom of the championship,
not been passed the first round. And they will play Oxford United or
Macclesfield who drew 0-0 on Friday night. You've got through it,
gentlemen, thank you for your company, I enjoyed that. Just to
remind you that the ties will be played between the sixth and 9th of
January next year. Thank you for joining us, special setting, special
night, and some special ties there as well.
STUDIO: Let's take you through some of those third round draws.
We spoke to Paul Cox from Barrow earlier, and they are going to be
playing Rochdale in the third round. Holders Manchester United are at
home to championship side Reading, a return to Old Trafford for Yap stamp
as Reading manager. Manchester City and Pep Guardiola will be going to
the London Stadium to take on West Ham United. Other ties to pick out,
the all championship tie between Birmingham and Newcastle. Chelsea
will play Notts County or Peterborough. All Premier League tie
between Everton and the champions Leicester. Liverpool will take on a
League 2 side, either Plymouth or Newport. Arsenal will be going to
Deepdale to take on Preston North End. Championship side Leeds going
so well under Garry Monk, they have to go to League 2 side Cambridge.
Aston Villa and Steve Bruce will be going to White Hart Lane to take on
Spurs. At Halifax, Paul Eastleigh, whichever side gets through,
non-league opposition for Brentford at Griffin Park. Bolton will be
taking on Crystal Palace. And Sutton United will face AFC Wimbledon.
There are the last two. Paul Cox is still with us, and Chris Beech, who
is Keith Hill's number two at Rochdale. As you are next to each
other, is it a time either of you wanted? Well I think the chairman
will be really happy because at least we are at home. We gave each
other a little nudge as it was coming out. With it being one of the
last ones to come out. We are home and we have got to be happy with
that. It is a great challenge, isn't it? They are winning games every
week. Tough tie. But the boys will get ready for that. Is it the first
fixture after Christmas, something like that? A lot of trouble to be
played in between. By the time we get there we'll be ready for you. A
lot of fixtures to be played between now and then. Let me go over to Rory
and Sutton United. I suppose you have another romantic story from the
FA Cup, AFC Wimbledon. Yeah. They have obviously done well in history
in the FA Cup. It's a decent draw for us. We are hoping we will beat
them because we are at home and teams don't like coming to our home
ground. Good tie for us. Let's go back over to talk to Andy Cole, with
Manchester United just over there in the distance, a return to Old
Trafford for Jap Stamm with Reading. I look forward to that, he has done
very well with Reading. It will be a good game and no doubt he will get a
good reception. Has it surprise you how well he has done as a manager?
No, I have spoken to him a few times and he was desperate to get into
management and he has done really well. Another man you will know,
another captain of Manchester United, Steve Bruce, tough one for
Aston Villa. Started to turn them around and now they go to Spurs. I'm
not surprised Bruce has gone there and turned them around, he's a super
manager. I think his managerial skills have turned it around at
Aston Villa. The place needed to be shaken up a bit and he's done that.
Matthew, step forward, don't be shy. The game was called off against
Northampton first of all, so you need to get through that first.
Massive game for the club. Unfortunately it was called off on
Sunday. We bring them their next Tuesday and hopefully we can put a
performance in. You never know what can happen, we might even beat
Wycombe. You are the lowest ranked side left in. Was there a sense of
disappointment yesterday? I think so, there was some massive hype
around the 2500 Stourbridge fans were in the town ready to come down.
I think for the club, you never know, we might get a TV game next
Tuesday and will wait and see and hopefully we can go and beat
Northampton. Don't know whether you get fed up, but you have a great FA
Cup pedigree, Bobby Gould Grant. Yes I've had a lot of questions about
that. I don't do original questions. We've spoken about the FA Cup quite
a lot over the past few weeks, me and my grandad. Gone over the game
against Liverpool. Hopefully us at Stourbridge cant cause an upset --
can cause an upset. We wish you well. Liam from Halifax, coming.
Offer you said you did not want Arsenal away. You haven't got
Arsenal away so that's all right. Obviously we were joking, it would
have a tough game. Like I said, we've got Brentford, but we are not
through yet. First things first we've got to do a job and try and
get through against Eastleigh which is a tough target. Let's hope we get
to the next round. But obviously we've got to do the job. Do you feel
like you've had to pick yourself up? Obviously it was heartbreaking at
the end, hanging on for dear life, which is expected in the FA Cup. The
boys got a good result and we took that before the game. Hopefully we
can push on and get the stadium rocking. And maybe get a
championship side away. Thank you to everybody who has come and join us.
Let me point you in the direction of more football that is coming your
way. Premier League football this evening. Middlesbrough against Hull
at 8pm on 5 live. You can see all the FA Cup catch up now.
The Premier League show has an interview with Slaven Bilic. Thank
you to Andy, our guests, and our audience here. Coverage on the FA
Cup third round across the BBC beginning in January. Goodbye.
Mark Chapman presents live coverage of the draw for the third round of the FA Cup.
Twenty lower-league and non-league clubs have battled through the early rounds and will be dreaming of being paired against one of the Premier League sides who enter the competition at this stage, as well as the 24 Championship teams.
The third round has produced many famous giant-killings over the years, including Hereford's 2-1 victory over Newcastle in 1972 and Wrexham's 2-1 win against Arsenal in 1992.