Final, Wembley Stadium,
London, 10 May 1978, att 92000
Referee: Corver (Netherlands)

Liverpool: Clemence; Neal, Thompson, Hansen, Hughes;
McDermott, Kennedy, Souness; Case (Heighway), Fairclough,

Club Brugge KV: Jensen; Bastijns, Krieger, Leekens, Maes
(Volders); Cools, Decubber, Vandereycken, Ku (Sanders);
Simeon, Sorensen

This is an old BBC VHS I owned which I converted to mp4 to preserve as it is no longer available to purchase.

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Laurence Mckenna (The Front 3/The Football Republic) presents a match day overview of The Emirates FA Cup fourth round tie between Liverpool and West Ham at Anfield.

The Football Republic

The Front Three

The Emirates FA Cup 2015/16 (4th Round) - Goals & Highlights

The FA:
Wembley Stadium:

The FA:
The England Football Team:
Wembley Stadium:

The FA Cup:
The England Football Team:
The England Women's Football Team:
Wembley Stadium:

The England Football Team:

Premier League 1992/1993
Liverpool FC - Arsenal FC 0:2
Stadium : Anfield (Liverpool / England)
Attendance : 34.961
Referee : Ken Redfern (England)
Goals : Anders Limpar 53',Ian Wright 80'

Liverpool : David James,Nicky Tanner,David Burrows,Robert Jones,Mark Wright,Mark Walters,Jan Molby,Ronnie Whelan,Steve McManaman,Michael Thomas,Dean Saunders
Substitutes : Mike Marsh,Ronny Rosenthal
Manager: Graeme Souness

Arsenal : David Seaman,Colin Pates,Lee Dixon,Nigel Winterburn,Tony Adams,David Hillier,Faxe Jensen,Anders Limpar,Ray Parlour,Kevin Campbell,Ian Wright
Substitutes : Paul Merson
Manager: George Graham

Premier League 1990/1991
Liverpool FC - Manchester United 4:0
Stadium : Anfield (Liverpool / England)
Attendance : 35.726

Goals : Peter Beardsley (3),John Barnes

Liverpool FC : Bruce Grobbelaar,David Burrows,Steve Nicol,Glenn Hysen,Steve McMahon,Gary Gillespie,Ronnie Whelan,Ray Houghton,John Barnes,Peter Beardsley,Ian Rush
Manager: Kenny Dalglish

Manchester United : Les Sealey,Denis Irwin,Steve Bruce,Gary Pallister ,Clayton Blackmore,Neil Webb,Paul Ince,Mike Phelan,Mark Robins,Brian McClair,Mark Hughes
Manager: Alex Ferguson

Defending champions Liverpool exploded out of the blocks in the 1990/91 season, winning their first eight games under Kenny Dalglish, including this thrashing of Alex Ferguson's Man United. The teams had played out a Charity Shield draw a few weeks previously, but at Anfield the champions gave FA Cup holders United a lesson in pass and move football. By half-time a brace from Peter Beardsley and a goal from John Barnes had put the home side 3-0 up and the Geordie number seven concluded matters with his hat-trick goal nine minutes from time.

[New Version: Tommy Smith sending-off added]

Ten days after the Cup replay City and ten-man Liverpool drew 1-1 in the league. See Tommy Smith being sent-off for, in his own words, "F*ck all." Also watch out for a brilliant Ray Clemence save from Franny Lee.

Manchester City 1-1 Liverpool, February 17th 1973.
Goals: Tommy Booth; Phil Boersma.

11 May 1996
Liverpool 0-1 Manchester United
Goals : Cantona 85'
Wembley Stadium, London
Attendance: 79,007
Referee: Dermot Gallagher (Oxfordshire)

The 1996 FA Cup Final was the 51st to be held at Wembley Stadium after the Second World War and was held between two of the biggest rivals in English football, Manchester United and Liverpool.

The match, despite the rivalry between the two teams, was a fairly unmemorable game, rarely sparking into life, with playmakers Eric Cantona and Steve McManaman, marked and closed out by Jamie Redknapp and John Barnes and Roy Keane and Nicky Butt respectively. Keane went on to stop virtually every attack the Liverpool midfield threw at United, and covering as commentator Peter Brackley described, "every blade of grass", to win the man of the match award.

The game started with a frenetic pace and Manchester United started with several positive chances before Liverpool came back into the game, but chances at either end were limited. Neither goalkeeper, Peter Schmeichel for United and David James for Liverpool, was seriously tested throughout the majority of the game. However, with just five minutes remaining on the clock, David James tried to punch a corner clear. The ball landed just outside the penalty area, at the feet of United captain Eric Cantona, who had scored in his comeback game after a seven-month suspension at Old Trafford against Liverpool earlier that season in a game that ended 2--2. Cantona hit his shot goalwards, through the crowded penalty area and the ball nestled in the back of the goal, winning the game for United. Cantona had been marked out of the game, but true to his form all season, popped up with yet another magical moment.

The win was United's third FA Cup win under Alex Ferguson, having also won in 1990 and 1994. They became the first club to win the competition nine times, and also became the first club to win the league championship and FA Cup double on two occasions.

Two notable absences from the Manchester United side were the club's two longest serving players Steve Bruce and Brian McClair, who were dropped in favour of younger players and missed out on a chance to add to their impressive list of honours at the club. Bruce never played for United again, as he was transferred to Birmingham City 11 days later, while McClair remained at the club for a further two seasons and added another league title to his personal honours.

Manchester United v Liverpool
Manchester United 1-0 Liverpool
1996 FA Cup Final

Eric Cantona Goal