Date: 2nd December 2007 at 3:16pm
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Cardiff City have been drawn away against Port Vale or Chasetown in the third round of the F.A. Cup drawn live on BBC1 today.

The two clubs are currently playing their 2nd round tie, with the score locked at 1-1.


Cardiff have gone out in the third round the previous two seasons to Premiership opposition in the forms of Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur.


This draw gives us an excellent opportunity to progress in the cup, facing lower league, possibly non-league opposition with the game being played on either the 5th or 6th January.



Some other key ties from the draw include:



Luton/Notts Forest v Liverpool
Aston Villa v Manchester United
Tottenham v Reading
Burnley v Arsenal
Horsham/Swansea v Havant & Waterlooville
Sunderland v Wigan
West Ham v Manchester City

 

7 Replies to “Cardiff To Face Port Vale/Chasetown”

  • hopefuly we will have chasetown. put a strong 11 out. hopefuly our strikers will find goals and will boost team morale. a good win will get us out of the sticky patch we have got us in

  • Aren’t you lot going into administration? I heard it from News of the World. If you guys do, then I feel you’ve a long season ahead! Sticky patch? Sticky season mate.

  • NotW? Don’t make me laugh, the only surprise is the story came 2 months after all the others – probably took them that long to string the sentences together.

  • well if the rumours are true about hammam being behind the langston, we aint going bust we will end up selling cardiff to sam hammam. it happens all the time for cardiff and we still come out fighting strong.

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