F.A. Cup Giant Killers

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F.A. Cup Giant Killers

The F.A. Cup has a rich tradition and history, with some of the most famous moments in English football history. Who can forget (if they are old enough) Mick Jones of Leeds United in the 1971 final were he dislocated his shoulder in the final minutes of the match, and needed his teammate Norman Hunter to help him up the Wembley steps to collect his winner's medal?

Or, Charlie George's wonderful goal the season before with his famous celebration of laying on his back on the Wembley turf.

However, it is the giant killing acts that fans of all teams love, except if it is your team that is the giant been killed. Liverpool fans should look away now as their recent loss to Reading is the latest addition to the list of famous giant killing exploits.

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