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Cardiff City FA Cup Special - Friday, 16 May, 2008
JOE GOING BACK: We go back to school with Cardiff City's semi-final hero Joe Ledley. Sport Wales takes a trip down memory lane as the Bluebirds midfielder returns to his old stomping ground - Cantonian High School in Cardiff. We talk to the man himself and to some of his old teachers to find out if the star was a teenage tearaway or an adolescent angel.
ROAD TO WEMBLEY: We take a look back at the Bluebirds' path to the final, from the dark days at Chasetown to the glory of beating Barnsley.
DOING IT THE WELSH WAY: Sport Wales speaks to the illustrious group of Welshmen who have experienced the magic of the Cup in the past. We find out what it is like to play at Wembley, why the Cup still holds such a special place in the hearts of fans and players alike and most importantly what it feels like to lift that famous trophy.
YACHT WHAT IT TAKES: We take to the water with one of Cardiff City's biggest names - Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink. The striker tells us about his previous FA Cup experiences, what he thinks of his fellow Bluebirds and why he thought he'd never get the chance to lift the Cup again.
POMPEY HARRY: Portsmouth manager Harry Redknapp gives an exclusive interview to Ray Stubbs and speaks of what winning the FA Cup would mean to him.
DO THE AYATOLLAH: It is one of the most instantly recognisable celebrations in sport, it has inspired its own pop song and, with stars such as Gareth Thomas, Simon Jones and David Davies all doing it on TV, it's becoming something of a phenomenon. But what is the Ayatollah really all about? Sport Wales gets to the truth behind all that head banging.
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