The Capital One Cup has been a breath of fresh air

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Manchester United and Man City… proving it’s one of the best

Date: 21st January 2014 at 6:04pm
Written by Alex Hams

For the first time in three seasons, the League Cup semi-finals are an all-Premier League affair. The exit of Leicester City in the last round at the hands of Manchester City, means that there will be no chance of a true upset this time around, and no fairytale trip to Wembley for a lower league outfit – as was enjoyed by Bradford in the Capital One Cup Final last February. This could be seen as a negative by many fans, with the beauty of knockout football being that the odds can sometimes be tipped and many left frustrated by shock results. But in terms of the stature of the Capital One Cup, it really shows how the competition is heralded as one of the very best on show in English football. ... Read More

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