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March 6, 2013

2012-13 FA Cup, Sixth Round Proper: location-map and current attendance data of the 8 clubs / Plus captioned illustrations of the 8 clubs’ managers & top scorer(s).

Filed under: 2012-13 FA Cup — admin @ 11:44 am

Note: click on image below to see map with chart

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2012-13 FA Cup, Sixth Round Proper: location-map and current attendance data of the 8 clubs


Below, the 4 fixtures
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bbc.co.uk/ FA Cup (bbc.co.uk/sport/football/fa-cup).

Below are the 8 clubs who have made it to the 2012-13 FA Cup Sixth Round, listed in order of league placement within the Premier League/Football League ladder (league tables from 6 March 2013), with captioned illustrations featuring each club’s manager and each club’s current top scorer(s) [players on current rosters/goals from all competitions]…

-(#1/1st Level), 1st place in the Premier League, Manchester United.
Below, Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson; and their current top scorer, Robin van Persie, with 23 goals in all competitions (19 LG, 3 EU, 1 FA).
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Photo credits above –
independent.co.uk.
Jamie McDonald/Getty Images Europe via zimbio.com.
Background image in illustration above is an enlarged segment of photo of the gingham-plaid 2012-13 MUFC home jersey, and was Unattributed at caughtoffside.com.

-(#2/1st Level), 2nd place in the Premier League, Manchester City.
Below, Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini; and current top scorers Edin Džeko with 13 goals (12 LEA, 1 EU) & Sergio Agüereo with 13 goals (9 LEA, 2 EU, 2 FA).
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Photo credits above -
Roger Goraczniak at en.wikipedia.com.
Getty Images via telegraph.co.uk.
atomicsoda.com/man-city/all/18-jan-2013.

-(#4/1st Level), 4th place in the Premier League, Chelsea.
Below, Chelsea interim manager Rafael Benítez; and current top scorer Juan Mata, with 17 goals (10 LEA, 3 EU, 1 FA, 2 LC, 1 OTHER).
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Photo credits above –
Unattributed at independent.co.uk/sport/football/premier-league/rafael-benitez-rant-what-the-chelsea-interim-manager-said-8514341.html.
Unattributed at sportinglife.com.

-(#6/1st Level), 6th place in the Premier League, Everton.
Below, Everton manager David Moyes; and current top scorer Marouanne Fellaini with 12 goals (11 LEA, 1 FA).
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Photo credits above -
Alex Livesey/Getty Images Europe via zimbio.com.
Unattributed at click-sports.com.

-(#17), 17th place in the Premier League, Wigan Athletic.
Below, Wigan Athletic manager Roberto Martinez; and current top scorer Arouna Koné with 10 goals (8 LEA, 2 FA).
Illustrated article from Dailymail.co.uk, from 13 April 2012, by Chris Wheeler ‘From pre-match meals at Asda to walking down Wembley way! How Martinez and his amigos started a Wigan revolution‘ (dailymail.co.uk/sport/footbal).

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Photo credits above -
Chris Brunskill/Getty Images Europe via zimbio.com.
wiganlatics.co.uk.

-(#33/2nd Level), 13th place in the Football League Championship, Blackburn Rovers.
Below, Blackburn Rovers’ manager Michael Appleton; and current top scorer Jordan Rhodes with 21 goals (20 LEA, 1 FA).
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Photo credits above -
Unattributed at 1.skysports.com.
Empics via bbc.co.uk/football

-(#35/2nd Level), 15th place in the Football League Championship, Millwall.
Below, Millwall manager Kenny Jackett; and current top scorers Andy Keogh with 6 goals (6 LEA) & James Henry with 6 goals (5 LEA, 1 FA).
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Photo credits above -
PA via dailymail.co.uk.
PA at sportsmole.co.uk.
Simon Galloway/EMPICS via london24.com.

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-(#42/2nd Level), 22nd place in the Football League Championship, Barnsley.
Below, Barnsley manager David Flitcroft; and current top scorer Chris Dagnall, with 9 goals (4 LEA, 3 FA, 2 LC).
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Photo credits above -
Unattributed at football.co.uk.
Unattributed at 1.skysports.com.

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Thanks to soccerway.com for attendance figures.
Thanks to the contributors to the pages at en.wikipedia.org, ‘2012–13 FA Cup‘.
Thanks to bbc.co.uk/football for the Fixture list image on the map page.

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