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Saj Chowdhury

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  1. Time to change pages...

    Right. Now this is a little bit like changing channels.

    After midday, I want you all to go to the BBC Football page and click on the new FA Cup live text page, where "Magic" Mike Henson will bring you all the action from Sunday's FA Cup third-round matches.

  2. Your memorable park football celebrations

    Join in the chat on the Match of the Day Facebook page

    Simon Riley: There was once a bloke in the Sunday League who scored then dived in his mate's car, and went all around the pitch with his head out of the sun roof and he didn't even get booked!

    Kalani RC Revier: The goal scorer tried to high five the other team's captain in our men's league here in Southern California and then proceeded to yell an expletive and punched the referee in the face. That player was arrested several minutes later.

    Chris Philcox: Everyone from my team as kids trying to do the Lee Sharpe shuffle!

  3. Your memorable park football celebrations


    Josef Podsiadly

    Josef Podsiadly: 3-2 cup final win after being 2-0 down at half time. All the magic of the cup!

    Now that is cuptastic?

  4. Sunny day on Wearside

    Sunderland v Leeds (13:00 GMT)

    Sunderland's Stadium of Light

    Sunderland: #FACup team news will be with us within the next half hour

  5. Your FA Cup photos


    Mark Pougatch and Chris Waddle with Blyth fans
    Image caption: Presenter Mark Pougatch and Chris Waddle met Spartans fans ready for battle ahead of kick-off

    You have been a busy lot with your cameras during this FA Cup weekend. Check out the handiwork on the BBC's FA Cup page.

    And if you are taking more FA Cup-inspired pictures today, post them on Twitter using the hashtag #getcarriedaway. Yes, even you Yeovil players. Forget what Gary Johnson says, grab Wayne Rooney and use the hashtag.

  6. Vote result

    Today's most likely upset is...

    QPR and Manchester United - you've been warned.

    We've been asking where you think the most likely upset will come today, with 20% of voters saying Sheffield United have what it takes to cause a shock at Loftus Road, while 19.9% think Manchester United could come unstuck against Yeovil at Huish Park.

    Thanks for voting.

    Vote result
  7. Your memorable park football celebrations


    goal celebration

    Luke Pearson: Me and my stepbrother attempting the caught a fish celebration.

    Icelandic football team Stjarnan FC found fame outside their homeland in 2010 due to an elaborate goal celebration in which players mimic the catching of a fish in a choreographed display that has proved a hit on YouTube.

  8. Standing room only

    Yeovil v Man Utd (15:30 GMT)

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Yeovil v Man Utd

    5 live Sport presenter Jonathan Overend: Least surprising sign of 2015 goes to...

    5 live Sport comes from Yeovil's Huish Park from 12:00 GMT with build-up to all of today's 10 ties.

  9. Your memorable park football celebrations


    goal celebration

    Ben Gould: Flying bird up the side of the pitch after a late equaliser as keeper.

  10. Goals!

    FA Cup highlights

    FA Cup

    You might have missed Match of the Day yesterday and you might have missed it this morning, but the wonders of modern technology mean that you UK viewers can watch the goals from Saturday's action on this website.

    I counted about a million goals.

  11. Countdown to kick-off

    Dover v Crystal Palace (13:00 GMT)

    Dover Athletic

    Just under two hours to kick-off between Dover Athletic and Crystal Palace and this is the scene outside the away end at the Crabble Athletic Ground. It's a misty morning in Kent. Can the Conference club cause a major FA Cup upset?

  12. When Sunderland shocked Leeds


    Should Leeds beat Sunderland later today it will be seen as a bit of a shock, but the roles were reversed back in 1973 when the two sides met in the FA Cup final.

    Don Revie's 'Mighty Whites' were overwhelming favourites to lift the Cup at Wembley, but a single goal by Ian Porterfield - and Jimmy Montgomery's stunning double save - secured victory for the Black Cats, then of Division Two.

    Watch highlights from that game on the BBC Sport website.

    The classes of 2015 play at 13:00 GMT.

  13. Your memorable park football celebrations


    Richard Wheatley

    Richard Wheatley: This kid has some "celies"

  14. Figo follows Spartans

    FA Cup third-round recap

    Luis Figo

    Blyth Spartans' sparkling FA Cup run came to an end on Saturday as Birmingham City came back from two goals down to beat the non-league side 3-2.

    It was a good effort by Blyth, who had stunned their Championship opponents after a Robbie Dale double, but they will have to wait for another season if they are to repeat their record-breaking run to the fifth round back in 1977-78.

    Still, they gained themselves a well-known follower or two on social media, for a few minutes at least.

    Luis Figo tweet
  15. 'Ridiculous decision'

    FA Cup third-round recap


    Managerless Newcastle were booed off on Saturday as they lost 1-0 to bottom-of-the-Premier League Leicester City.

    Leonardo Ulloa headed home Anthony Knockaert's cross for the game's only goal. Caretaker boss John Carver has expressed his interest in the job, but Robbie Savage believes this result did him no favours.

    "For Newcastle, this was the only trophy they could possibly have won this season," Savage said on BBC Radio 5 live. "If John Carver really wanted the managerial job permanently, why didn't he play his strongest team today? Ridiculous decision. It can't always be about avoiding Premier League relegation for Newcastle United."

  16. Your memorable park football celebrations


    Mario Balotelli

    Jarvis Whiteley: Turned up to training after an argument with the gaffa for not playing me, hit a peach of a volley, cheeky Ballotelli stance.

  17. "Gutted, but I didn't think we'd win FA Cup"

    FA Cup third-round recap


    There was heartache for non-league Southport as they were denied a replay against Championship Derby when Chris Martin scored a 90th-minute penalty.

    Southport, in the third round for the first time since 1999, had their chances to take a shock lead, with Richard Brodie and Luke Foster both heading wide.

    "I'm gutted to see the lads so down, but I genuinely didn't think we were going to win the FA Cup," said Southport boss Gary Brabin.

  18. Perfect for Pulis

    FA Cup third-round recap

    Tony Pulis

    Time to have a look back, before we have a peek forward.

    It was a good first home game in charge of West Brom for Tony Pulis on Saturday as his side reached the fourth round with a ruthless 7-0 victory over non-league Gateshead at The Hawthorns.

    Saido Berahino stole the show with four goals while Victor Anichebe, Chris Brunt and James Morrison also found the net.

    Watch on the highlights on the FA Cup section of the BBC Sport website.

  19. Your park football celebrations


    Ashley Short: We recreated the Siphiwe Tshabalala goal celebration from the South Africa World Cup when we were 15, the only audience a group of girls!

  20. How to follow the FA Cup today

    Online, on radio and on TV

    FA Cup

    For many of you out there today is the last day of the festive holidays before returning to work, so why not put the drudgery of Monday mornings to the back of your mind and settle in for a full day of FA Cup action.

    Here is how you can follow on the BBC:

    BBC Radio 5 live has commentary on Dover v Crystal Palace (13:00 GMT),Yeovil v Manchester United (15:00) and Arsenal v Hull (17:20), while BBC Radio 5 live sports extra has commentary on Sunderland v Leeds (13:00), followed by Stoke v Wrexham (15:00).

    From 14:55 GMT, FA Cup Final Score is on the red button and on BBC One from 15:50, which is then followed by Match of the Day live on BBC One with Arsenal taking on Hull (17:20) in a replay of last year's final.

    All of the above, plus live text commentary of all the games will be right here, with all the goals as they go in.

    Finally, to end the day there will be Match of the Day on BBC One at 22:30 GMT (23:25 GMT in Scotland).

    Work? What work?

  21. Vote

    Where is the most likely upset?

    Can non-league Dover beat Premier League Crystal Palace? Could Yeovil shock Manchester United? Or might Ipswich upset the odds to knock out Southampton?

    We want to know which game you think is most likely to produce an FA Cup upset this afternoon. Have your say by voting at the top of this page. The vote will close at 11:30 GMT and terms and conditions can be found here.

  22. Your park football celebrations


    Hello all. Remember we want your park football celebration anecdotes and pictures. Surely none of you have celebrated like Saido Berahino while playing for the Dog and Duck? Although if you were playing for the Dog and Duck on a cold Sunday morning....

    Tweet us at #getinspired, text on 81111, or got to Match of the Day's Facebook page.

  23. Newspaper round-up

    Sunday Express

    Of course, MLS-bound Steven Gerrard is also on a backpage, with the Sunday Express highlighting the lack of match action for the Liverpool skipper has been painful for him.

    Away from that, Yeovil striker James Hayter says be trying to cause a FA Cup upset when his side play Manchester United on Sunday, but his son, who will be a mascot, has his eye on getting the shirt of Red Devils forward Wayne Rooney.

    Hayter's son is a United fan and will try to get Rooney's shirt before the match. If he doesn't succeed it will be up to his dad after the game.

    "He just can't wait," Hayter senior told the Sunday Express. "Wayne Rooney is his favourite player but it's even better because he's going to shake hands with all the United players as well.

    "He wants to wear his Manchester United shirt under his Yeovil kit and he might be asking Rooney for his shirt before the game in the tunnel. He's buzzing."

  24. Your memorable goal celebrations


    Fabrizio Ravanelli

    What's the best goal celebration you have seen in the park and why?

    Danny Carlyle: I was once inspired by Fabrizio Ravanelli. I ran around, tripped over and cut my lip open! #shirtoverhead #fatlipforlife

  25. Newspaper round-up

    Daily Star on Sunday

    Newcastle were knocked out of the FA Cup by fellow Premier League club Leicester yesterday in the club's first game following the departure of Alan Pardew, who has joined Crystal Palace, as manager.

    Magpies caretaker boss John Carver wants the job permanently, but the Daily Star Sunday says Frenchmen Christophe Galtier and Remi Garde are viewed as possible replacements.

  26. Newspaper round-up

    The Sunday Telegraph

    Nottingham Forest were on the wrong end of a FA Cup shock on Saturday when the Championship club lost 1-0 at League One Rochdale. According to The Sunday Telegraph, the result has left Forest boss Stuart Pearce's position under threat.

    Leeds travel to Sunderland for their FA Cup third round tie and Sunday Telegraph writer Henry Winter says the match will bring back bad memories of their defeat to the same opponents in the 1973 final in the competition.

    "Since AFC Wimbledon were pitted against Liverpool in the third-round draw, there have been plenty of reflections on the shock of 1988 yet Vinnie Jones and company were seventh in the Football League First Division at the time," writes Winter.

    "Back in 1973, Leeds were a First Division powerhouse and Sunderland down in the Second Division. This was the greater upset."

  27. The Sunday backpages

    Anyway, it's that time on a Sunday to have a quick look at who and which teams have graced the backpages... have a guess...

  28. Ched Evans update

    Just a bit of breaking news:

    PFA chief executive Gordon Taylor has confirmed convicted rapist Ched Evans is expected to sign for a League One club on Monday.

    Taylor has refused to name the club and has told them he would be unable to attend a news conference.

    The PFA want "100% commitment" from a club before any announcement to avoid a similar scenario to the one that unfolded at Sheffield United before Christmas.

    The full story is here.

  29. Send in your memorable goal celebrations


    Gareth Bale

    Talking of Saido Berahino's reaction to scoring, do you recall a memorable goal celebration from your local league matches?

    Maybe it was a group swan dive into the pitchside ditch? Was a dog involved? Anybody streak across the other pitches?

    We want your stories and pictures (not of the streaking though). Feel free to recreate the celebrations in your living room, with permission.

    Send them to #getinspired, text in on 81111 or go to the Match of the Day Facebook page.

  30. Sunday Cupday

    West Brom striker Saido Berahino (centre)
    Image caption: West Brom striker Saido Berahino (centre) scored four but failed to raise a smile

    Merry FA Cup third round and a Happy new FA Cup third round.

    What have you made of the action so far?

    There was Birmingham finally breaking the Blyth spirit; Rochdale stunning Nottingham Forest; an eight-goal feast at Tranmere (they lost 6-2 to Swansea) and Championship leaders Bournemouth proving to also be unstoppable in the Cup with a 5-1 win at Rotherham.

    The FA Cup jamboree almost brought a smile to the face of Saido Berahino. Almost.

    This might cheer him up though:

    Ten FA Cup matches, including:

    Dover v Alan Pardew's Crystal Palace (13:00 GMT)

    Sunderland v Leeds (13:00)

    Yeovil v Man Utd (15:30)

    Arsenal v Hull (17:30) Live on BBC One