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Carling Cup as it happened

Chelsea 1-1 Burnley (Burnley win 5-4 on penalties) Report
Sunderland 1-2 Blackburn Report
Tottenham 4-2 Liverpool Report


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By Jonathan Stevenson

2240: Burnley beating Chelsea? All that talk of the future (see the start of this page), it turns out we've gone back about 50 years instead. I must wrap things up now, but thanks a million for your ever so entertaining chat on another cracking English cup night. And sorry if you didn't agree with me on 'Nopenaltygate', or if you thought I was being a touch over-the-top. All's well that end's well though, eh? Tim Lovejoy is ready to take your calls on BBC Radio 5 Live on 606 right now. Take it easy and I'll see you soon.

2236: "Ha! It IS a cupset! Legend!"
Pete, via text on 81111

2233: What an incredible finish to the night that was, absolutely unbelievable scenes from Stamford Bridge as Burnley, 5th in the Championship, dump Premier League leaders Chelsea out of the Carling Cup. Congratulations to Owen Coyle and the 6,000 travelling Clarets' fans, enjoy your famous victory!

2232: "Congratulations Burnley. Keep on doing the Championship proud!"
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ALEXANDER SCORES Chelsea 0-1 Burnley
LAMPARD SCORES Chelsea 1-1 Burnley
MAHON SCORES Chelsea 1-2 Burnley
BRIDGE SAVED Chelsea 1-2 Burnley
EAGLES SCORES Chelsea 1-3 Burnley
KALOU SCORES Chelsea 2-3 Burnley
MCDONALD SCORES Chelsea 2-4 Burnley
FERREIRA SCORES Chelsea 3-4 Burnley
ELLIOTT MISSED Chelsea 3-4 Burnley
MALOUDA SCORES Chelsea 4-4 Burnley
DUFF SCORES Chelsea 4-5 Burnley
MIKEL SAVED Chelsea 4-5 Burnley

2222: "Keep up with the penalties now Stevo, this is the tricky bit..."
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I'll do my best, mate, I promise. Stay tuned for peno-by-peno coverage...

2219: So can Chelsea put their Champions League nightmare behind them, or can Burnley create the shock of the round? We are all set to find out.

2216: Full-time in extra-time Chelsea 1-1 Burnley

2215: "Yes Stevo you were right but have a bit of humility! There's a good boy!"
Raizor from London, via text on 81111

You're right. I'm sorry. I really, really am. Am, I forgiven?

2213: "I can sense a Chelsea defeat on penalties. A clone copy of the Champions League final penalty drama! Or hopefully not."
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2210: SENDING OFF (Steven Caldwell, Burnley)
The centre-back and Clarets captain gets his marching orders for bringing down Florent Malouda outside the Burnley area, his second yellow card. It's 10 v 10 now.

2210: Alex balloons a shot over the bar from four yards with the goal gaping. We are heading towards penalties at Stamford Bridge. I bet John Terry's glad he's not playing.

2208: Thankfully, Spurs boss Harry Redknapp says Heurelho Gomes' injury is not as bad as first feared. He got a kick in the mouth from Philipp Degen, but apparently he will be OK.

2207: Let's focus on Chelsea v Burnley now. Frank Lampard smashes in a free-kick that causes some panic in the Burnley box, but it eventually comes to nothing.

2204: (See 2124 and quite a lot of entries since) Hmm. Lots of people are texting in and getting involved on 606, and, er, what's the word? Backtracking, that's it. Apparently a few more replays have just been shown, and quite a few of you are coming round to my way of thinking. That it wasn't a penalty, of course.

2201: A mistake from Alex lets in Chris Eagles, but Mineiro gets back to avert the danger for Chelsea.

2158: Half-time in extra-time Chelsea 1-1 Burnley

2158: Carlo Cudicini gets down well to save Alan Mahon's shot for Burnley.

2157: Frank Lampard shoots over the Burnley bar and we are almost halfway through the added period.

2156: It's a scrappy first period of extra-time at Chelsea, the hosts are marginally having the better of it but it's nip and tuck, this one. Could go either way.

2152: "I'm with you on this one Stevo. I'm a Liverpool fan but I have to say it really does my head in that some football fans can't be objective. Shameful."
Anonymous, via text on 81111

2150: Franco di Santo is not coming back on, so Chelsea will have to play the rest of the game with 10 men. Interesting.

2149: "From a neutral's perspective, it was probably a penalty. But I've often seen them not given for worse. It's disgusting how Liverpool fans get so outraged when one marginal decision goes against them. They were outplayed tonight; a poor performance."
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2146: Franco di Santo is off the pitch at the moment, reports suggest he may have pulled a hamstring, he is receiving treatment and Chelsea have already used their three subs. They are down to 10. Could Burnley really win this?

2144: Everyone happy? No? Ah well. Get yourselves ready for a potentially massive shock anyway. We're about to go into extra-time at Chelsea.

2142: Full-time Tottenham 4-2 Liverpool

2141: Nopenaltygate rumbles on. I'm bored of it now. I'm not changing my mind, no matter how many of you call me every single name under the sun. That is a fact. Sorry if it upsets you so much.

2138: Kevin Prince-Boateng comes on for Roman Pavlyuchenko at White Hart Lane.

2137: Full-time Chelsea 1-1 Burnley
We will have 30 extra minutes at Stamford Bridge and possibly penalties.

2136: Full-time Sunderland 1-2 Blackburn

2136: "Are you a Spurs fan by any chance? That was a nailed on pen. Not see a clearer one all season."
Marc, Newcastle, via text on 81111

If you really think I'm a Spurs fan, I'm not taking you seriously.

2134: Darren Bent comes on for Fraizer Campbell, who gets a standing ovation. Meanwhile, two minutes of stoppage time at Chelsea.

2133: Sunderland v Blackburn has three minutes of injury time and Spurs v Liverpool has just the nine after an injury to Heurelho Gomes.

2132: "Stevo's an absolute joke - he's nearly as bad as the ref."
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Yep, the ref who got it right. Well done Mike Riley (now look how low you've made me stoop).

2131: Wow, this no penalty debate is really kicking off. For those of you suggesting it was a clear spot-kick, I suggest you take a really, really good look at the replay, and then put your tail between your legs. He gets the ball. He does. Honest.

2128: No bias against Liverpool, for those of you suggesting so, but it wasn't a penalty. He got the ball. I think that probably means it's not a penalty. Unless the ball isn't that important anymore.

2127: "Hope Gomes recovers soon. Nice to see all the fans clapping him off."
Jennifer, Liverpool supporter, via text on 81111

2124: Liverpool half-claim a penalty as Philipp Degen goes down under Gareth Bale's challenge in the Spurs box, but the Welshman got some of the ball, fantastic intervention from him. No way on earth is that a spot-kick.

2122: So, er, who was it who said that Fraizer Campbell and Roman Pavlyuchenko cannot play together? The former plays through the latter and the Russian hammers in a left-foot shot from an angle that Diego Cavalieri beats away.

2121: "I might have guessed. Barnsley last year, Burnley this year. Typical."
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2118: By the way, we will let you know more about Heurelho Gomes' condition as soon as we hear anything.

2117: "Gomes isn't good but I wish him a speedy recovery that was nasty."
Alex, via text on 81111

2116: Heurelho Gomes is stretchered off, so our best wishes go to the Brazilian, with Cesar coming on in his place.

2113: GOAL Sunderland 1-2 Blackburn
A few Sunderland fans head out the exit but they are back in it through Kenwyne Jones's first goal of the season. The big striker fires one in from outside the area and it's game on again.

2113: GOAL Chelsea 1-1 Burnley
Oh my, that wasn't in the script was it? Chris Eagles is played through on goal, Carlo Cudicini denies himand there is that man Ade Akinbiyi to level matters. He's booked for celebrating by taking his shirt off. Blimey.

2113: GOAL Sunderland 0-2 Blackburn
Blackburn double their lead when Matt Derbyshire launches a counter-attack and then sends in a cross that Sunderland defender Phil Bardsley puts into his own net.

2112: Goalscorer Didier Drogba is taken off at Stamford Bridge, with teenager Franco di Santo coming on in his place.

2110: Hang on, it's Heurelho Gomes to the rescue. The keeper races from his line to thwart Philipp Degen but gets a boot in his face and he requires a good deal of treatment for his trouble.

2109: Sunderland striker Kenwyne Jones gets the ball in the net at the Stadium of Light, but he is ruled offside.

2107: GOAL Sunderland 0-1 Blackburn
Against the run of play, Rovers go in front. A cross into the Sunderland box is flicked on by Chris Samba for Roque Santa Cruz, who has only just come on, to head past Marton Fulop.

2105: GOAL Tottenham 4-2 Liverpool
Oh for crying out loud. Heurelho Gomes - you are useless. Ryan Babel swings over another corner from the left and the Brazilian keeper again half-comes but gets nowhere near the ball and Sami Hyypia climbs high to nod into an empty net. That is just pathetic goalkeeping. Sorry.

2103: Ade Akinbiyi comes on for Burnley at Chelsea. Surely not...

2103: "Reserves or not, these are Premier League footballers on a good wage... there is no excuse for performing as bad as this."
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They aren't Premier League footballers are they, and most of them never will be on this showing.

2100: I'm a little embarrassed for Liverpool this evening, to be honest. I mean, after watching Arsenal's reserves last night, this is like a different world. Then again, Arsene Wenger has had longer to develop his kids than his Anfield counterpart.

2058: Chris Samba shoots just wide for Blackburn at Sunderland.

2057: Fraizer Campbell heads against the post, but he was offside anyway. Liverpool, needing three goals, take off the world's best striker (possibly) Fernando Torres, for Emiliano Insua.

2057: Kieran Richardson curls a free-kick just over the bar for Sunderland.

2054: GOAL Tottenham 4-1 Liverpool
Well, I did say game over. Ye of little faith. Didier Zokora bursts down the left, shows good pace and his cross-shot is deflected by Sami Hyypia into the path of Roman Pavlyuchenko, who has the simple task of slotting into an empty net.

2052: Kenwyne Jones heads narrowly off target at the Stadium of Light from another Danny Collins cross. Sunderland have had much the better of proceedings so far.

2051: GOAL Tottenham 3-1 Liverpool
It's an exhibition of goalkeeping at White Hart Lane - exactly how not to keep goal. It's Heurelho Gomes' turn to mess it up, half coming for a corner, half deciding to stay, ending up in no man's land and being powerless to watch Damien Plessis head in Ryan Babel's corner. Shocker.

2051: "For 35 years I have followed this club and that is the worst performance I have ever seen. I just want to cry into my cup of tea and go home."
Scoopex the sad Red, White Hart Lane, via text on 81111

2049: Chelsea are back in the mix too, with their slender lead against Burnley.

2048: Sunderland v Blackburn kicks off, too.

2047: Tottenham and Liverpool are back under way at White Hart Lane.

2046: Shall I just make way for Danny the Stat? Here he is again: "While we're at it, within the last few minutes Udinese have beaten Reggina 8-7 on pennos in the Italian Cup. It's all going off penalty-wise. Remarkable." I think he's obsessed, bless him.

2044: "Game over for Liverpool? 3-0 down at half-time - AC Milan thought that once, remember."
Carl, via text on 81111

Liverpool only won that day because of the sheer bloody-mindedness and never-say-die attitude of their captain, Steven Gerrard, who is not even on the bench tonight. Like I said, game over.

2041: Hang on, here's Danny the Stat again. I hope you lot haven't upset him: "(See 2021) Just to calm some furious penalty shoot-out debates which are breaking out over on 606, here are some honourable spot-kick marathon mentions. Argentinos Juniors beat Racing Club 20-19 in 1988 - longer than England U21s, but seriously, who had heard of those teams before Google was invented?

"Meanwhile, Ivory Coast beat Cameroon 12-11 in the 2006 African Nations' Cup quarter-final. And, domestic football fans, Aldershot beat Fulham 11-10 on penalties in the Freight Rover Trophy back in 1987.

"Interestingly, all of these games had finished 1-1. Woooooo."

2038: "Any chance Damien Plessis, Nabil El Zhar and David Ngog could tell me how they got contracts at Liverpool, because I'm better than them three combined and I'm playing for Nottingham Forest's U12s."
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If that's the case, you just stay where you are young man. You'll be in the first team in a couple of years.

2034: "Harry Redknapp has told these Spurs players to just go out and play, forget about the pressure and show how good you are. Fraizer Campbell has been fantastic, his movement is very, very good and he's been a constant threat."
BBC Radio 5 Live's Mark Bright

2032: Half-time Sunderland 0-0 Blackburn

2032: Half-time Chelsea 1-0 Burnley

2032: Half-time Tottenham 3-0 Liverpool

2031: Chelsea's Branislav Ivanovic hits the crossbar with a header from a Florent Malouda cross.

2030: GOAL Tottenham 3-0 Liverpool
Game over. Jamie O'Hara cuts the ball back to Aaron Lennon on the left, he sends over a floated cross and Fraizer Campbell is on hand at the back stick to nod home. Liverpool's defence is an utter, utter shambles and it's the first time they've conceded three all season.

2026: GOAL Tottenham 2-0 Liverpool
Oh dear, Diego Cavalieri. The Brazilian keeper comes for a Jami O'Hara ball into the Liverpool box but as Fraizer Campbell chests the ball down, Cavalieri takes himself and Andrea Dossena out, leaving Campbell to roll the ball into the empty net. He still nearly missed it, mind.

2026: Roman Pavlyuchenko is booked and rightly so for a silly late challenge on Daniel Agger. Forward's tackle, no doubt about it.

2025: Florent Malouda tests Brian Jensen with a left-foot shot that the Burnley keeper has to beat away.

2025: "Seems like Paul Robinson is continuing his good form from Sunday, maybe the England number one jersey is within his grasp once again?"
Sam, via text on 81111

2023: GOAL Tottenham 1-0 Liverpool
Fraizer Campbell races on to a ball down the left and gets to the byline, pulling the ball back to the edge of the six-yard box for Roman Pavlyuchenko to slot through the legs of Diego Cavalieri.

2021: "A question for Danny the Stat or anyone else - after remembering some of the drama of penalties and the possibility of some more tonight, what has been the longest penalty shoot-out ever?"
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Oh we can do better than "anyone else". Here's the great Danny the Stat: "You'd have to go some way to beat the 2007 Uefa Under-21 semi-final between England and Holland. Needless to say, England lost, going down 13-12 on spot-kicks after a 1-1 draw. Thirty-two penalties were taken, 25 were scored.

"To be fair, there have probably been longer shoot-outs, but probably not involving teams you've actually heard of."

2017: Kenwyne Jones hits the bar for Sunderland with a header from a Danny Collins cross, Paul Robinson touching it on to the woodwork.

2015: Danny Collins heads a Steed Malbranque corner goalwards and Paul Robinson saves.

2015: "(See 2008) Yeah if you think being at hospitals bad, I had my tickets for the Liverpool match and I can't go because I have a GCSE maths exam tomorrow. Strict parents!"
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2012: GOAL Chelsea 1-0 Burnley
Didier Drogba makes the most of his start by scoring his first goal since the Champions League semi-final against Liverpool, with a great take and accomplished finish. The pass that found him was played by Frank Lampard. Quality.

2011: Juliano Belletti is injured and Chelsea replace him with an unknown youngster by the name of Frank James Lampard Jr.

2011: Massively disappointed there aren't any goals yet this evening. Especially at Spurs - tell me Harry's not tightening up their defence? Please.

2008: "Absolutely gutted not to be at the Bridge tonight. Had my ticket, was raring to go, but unlucky for me I'm now in hospital with pneumonia, two days before our biggest game ever. Come on you Clarets."
Chris from Darwen, via text on 81111


2005: Drama at Chelsea as Salomon Kalou races through and tries to round Brian Jensen, but the Burnley goalkeeper sticks out a hand to deny the Ivorian. Chelsea think he was outside the box, but the referee waves play on. Interesting.

2004: Keith Treacy fires narrowly wide as Blackburn begin to get a footing in the game at Sunderland.

2002: Florent Malouda fires a shot over the Burnley bar from just outside the box as Chelsea put some pressure on their Championship opponents.

2001: "Stevo, who do you think will win the Carling Cup this season?"
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Heart says Arsenal, head says Chelsea, football fan rules dictate that as a Forest fan, I must 'support' Sunderland, as they dumped us out.

1958: Alex hits a woeful free-kick straight into the wall at Chelsea, before captain-for-the-night Wayne Bridge curls the rebound wide from 30 yards.

1955: Djibril Cisse tees up Kieran Richardson at Sunderland, but his shot is deflected wide. Meanwhile Liverpool's Damien Plessis is booked for a foul on Fraizer Campbell.

1955: "Stevo, what happens if scores are level at the end of 90 minutes? Extra-time or a replay?"
Tom, via text on 81111

Great question Tom, thanks for asking. It'll be your standard 30 minutes of extra-time, followed by the drama that is a penalty shoot-out if necessary.

1953: Sunderland have started the better of the two teams, but no clear-cut chances yet at the Stadium of Light.

1952: "Two Brazilian goalkeepers tonight at White Hart Lane. I, for one, am expecting goals galore."
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1950: Burnley are taking the game to Chelsea, with the Blues having to play on the counter-attack at the moment. Hmm.

1949: Aaron Lennon creates half a yard to send over a cross from the Spurs right but it's a touch too high for Roman Pavlyuchenko and his header flashes away from goal.

1948: "I'm at White Hart Lane with my boyfriend. He's a Liverpool fan and I'm a Spurs fan. We might not be speaking in two hours' time. Come on you Spurs!"
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1947: They're a couple of minutes late, but we can forgive them. Chelsea and Burnley are finally playing.

1946: We are in the mixer at Sunderland as well, as they take on Blackburn.

1945: Under way at Tottenham for their fourth round contest with Liverpool.

1944: I mentioned this last night, but it's equally important for tonight: If you're out and about later, you can still follow this text commentary and get all the scores on your mobile. From a UK phone, just text FOOTBALL to 81010, it will cost you 10 to 15p and you will receive in return a link to our mobile site. Click on that, and you'll be straight through (then bookmark it so you never need to text that number again). The cost of being online on your phone will vary according to network and your own contract. Thanks for listening. Now, football...

1942: "I have it on good authority that Zokora will score tonight."
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What a most extraordinary way of letting us in on your prediction.

1939: Is there anyone at a game tonight following these events? If so, get your texts in on 81111. Yesterday's crew are making you lot look small fry so far...

1936: "Rafa is right to field a weak team. It's the Premier League or nothing this year."
Davy 616 from Lurgan, via text on 81111

Chelsea: Cudicini, Ivanovic, Alex, Belletti, Bridge, Ferreira, Deco, Mineiro, Malouda, Drogba, Kalou. Subs: Hilario, Lampard, Di Santo, Mikel, Sinclair, Terry, Woods.
Burnley: Jensen, Alexander, Duff, Caldwell, Jordan, Eagles, Gudjonsson, McCann, Elliott, Blake, Paterson. Subs: Penny, McDonald, Akinbiyi, Mahon, Rodriguez, Kay, MacDonald.
Referee: Keith Stroud (Hampshire).

1932: Chelsea have made six changes from the team that beat Blackburn. Alex, Wayne Bridge, Deco, Saloman Kalou and Florent Malouda retain their places, while Branislav Ivanovic, who made his Blues debut in the last round against Portsmouth, gets another chance to impress. Didier Drogba will partner Kalou in attack, and will be aiming to boost his fitness after returning from his recent injury problems.

1930: In the absence of Nostradamus (see 1904), here are the always rubbish Stevo's Predos:
Chelsea 3-0 Burnley
Sunderland 2-1 Blackburn
Tottenham 3-2 Liverpool

Sunderland: Fulop, Bardsley, Nosworthy, Ferdinand, Collins, Henderson, Whitehead, Richardson, Malbranque, Cisse, Jones. Subs: Colgan, Tainio, Diouf, Murphy, Leadbitter, Reid, Kay.
Blackburn: Robinson, Simpson, Khizanishvili, Samba, Olsson, Kerimoglu, Derbyshire, Mokoena, Treacy, Fowler, Haworth. Subs: Brown, Ooijer, Warnock, Nelsen, Roque Santa Cruz, Villanueva, Judge.
Referee: Rob Styles (Hampshire).

1923:Liverpool make 10 changes from the team that beat West Brom, with Daniel Agger the only man the keep his place. Fernando Torres starts after injury, and there are no English players in the Reds starting XI. Thank goodness for Arsene Wenger...

1922: "(See 1904) The guy who wrote that article will never live that down will he? Kirkland to be the world's finest keeper?"
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You should've seen Kirkland last night. He was awesome. But also, no, Dan will never live that down.

Tottenham: Gomes, Hutton, Dawson, Corluka, Bale, Lennon, Zokora, Huddlestone, O'Hara, Pavlyuchenko, Campbell. Subs: Cesar, Bentley, Bent, Modric, Gunter, Boateng, Rocha.
Liverpool: Cavalieri, Dossena, Hyypia, Agger, Degen, Babel, Leiva Lucas, Ngog, Plessis, Torres, El Zhar. Subs: Gulacsi, Riera, Alonso, Benayoun, Insua, Carragher, Darby.
Referee: Mike Riley (Yorkshire).

1919: Don't forget, it's only 11 days since Spurs came from behind to beat Liverpool at White Hart Lane in the Premier League as Harry Redknapp continued to weave his particular brand of magic on the club. That day, it was daylight robbery as Liverpool dominated throughout. I wonder if it will be a more evenly-contested game tonight?

1916:Blackburn manager Paul Ince makes wholesale changes for the trip to Sunderland, with Christopher Samba, Andrew Howarth, Matt Derbyshire, Tugay, Keith Treacy, Aaron Mokoena and Robbie Fowler all earning starts.

1913: "I can see us fielding a weak team and losing tonight. Rafa wants an easier schedule for the Premier League methinks."
Chris from Liverpool, via text on 81111

1910: "Stevo, good evening... I am generally not prone to hyperbole, more so when I speak about Arsenal, but Carlos Vela's goal yesterday HAS to be the best I have ever seen. And yes, that includes Bergkamp, Beckham and Bentley."
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1908: Early Sunderland team news: Roy Keane makes two changes, with Kenwyne Jones overcoming a knee injury to play in place of Daryl Murphy and teenager Jordan Henderson replacing Andy Reid in midfield.

1908: Early Spurs team news: Roman Pavlyuchenko and Frazier Campbell will lead the line for a Spurs team that does not include Ledley King, Jonathan Woodgate, David Bentley, Jermaine Jenas, Luka Modric or Darren Bent. Fernando Torres starts for Liverpool. Full team news to follow.

1907: Anyway, let's get back to the here and now. It's Carling Cup fourth round day Part II, with Spurs v Liverpool the evening's most attractive contest, supplemented by Chelsea v Burnley and Sunderland v Blackburn. What I want from you, is what you produced last night. I mean, that was exceptional. Texts on 81111, especially from White Hart Lane, the Stadium of Light and Stamford Bridge, will go down like, er, what's the opposite of a lead balloon? And get in the 606 mix as well. If you haven't got a log-in yet, what the blazes have you been wasting your time doing?
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1904: Looking into the future is brilliant, though, isn't it? I mean, who doesn't love the Back to the Future films? Who doesn't check out their horoscope? Who doesn't revere Nostradamus for his prophecies that make Stevo's Predos look like the work of an infant? And best of all, who doesn't like predicting who will be in the England team in a few years' time, suggesting they might be good enough to one day win a major international tournament? I mean, who?
Why England will win Euro 2008

1900: Dear Magic 8-Ball, will football be more awesome in the future, or will money take over the game to such an extent that all the traditions of the game we hold so dear are rendered obsolete?

Magic 8-Ball: "Watch the Carling Cup, and you will see the future of your sport. Now stop bothering me." *
Wenger proud of Arsenal rookiesArsenal 3-0 Wigan

* This isn't really what Magic 8-Ball said. It'd probably say: "A) As I see it, yes and B) Don't count on it. Or something like that.

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