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Mowbray Pleased With Draw

The third round FA Cup draw that paired West Brom up with Leeds United at The Hawthorns is one that pleased manager Tony Mowbray.

Mowbray has had success in the Scottish Cup by taking Hibs to the final twice and is looking forward to the start of a hopefully long journey with the Baggies.

'Being pragmatic you get what you get but we are pleased to be playing at home,' said the boss.

'Leeds are going through changes like us and have had mixed results as well but we a looking forward to. The FA Cup is an exciting competition.'




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Date:Tuesday December 5 2006

Time: 2:52PM

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oooohh .. a nice 5 or 6 thumping would be a great result for you..please....
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05/12/2006 15:16:00

Should be a tasty tie.
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