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WBA Wembley Dream Ends

West Bromwich Albions impressive cup run ends at the semi-final stage as an ex-player comes back to haunt.

Kanu's tap-in after an impressive Dean Kiely goal was enough to fire Portsmouth into an FA Cup final against Championship side Cardiff City.

Coming up from Vital WBA, all the match stats, facts and reaction.




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Writer: BaggieInExile Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday April 7 2008

Time: 11:23AM

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Unlucky lads...was rooting for you. Should be a good game at Bloomfield Road on Tuesday...don't expect to come away with anything there though. Pool unbeaten in NINE at home.
crossy2425
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07/04/2008 14:36:00

King Kanu.
storagematt
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07/04/2008 16:13:00

Unlucky, you were the better team, but hope your goal shy forwards repeat the trick for the rest of the season :p
Nottingham Tiger
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07/04/2008 19:06:00

Unlucky, would have liked to have seen you get to the final, you're a good footballing team and hopefully you'll get promoted.
StevieG Col U
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08/04/2008 09:50:00

Would rather see you guys in the Prem than Stoke or Watford!
StevieG Col U
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08/04/2008 09:51:00

It's not like you didn't have your chances because you did.
will it ever happen
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17/04/2008 12:03:00

The loss must now be a distant memory, all looking forward to next season in the Premiership.
Dean1
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19/05/2008 06:49:00

 

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