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 By Chris Jones

Father versus son highlights magic of FA Cup

The FA Cup is the greatest tournament in the world because it's about the sport, not the teams.

LONDON -- Martin Ling, Leyton Orient's newly installed director of football, found a quiet gap between the filling stands at Victoria Road. His O's had made the short bus trip to visit Dagenham & Redbridge on Saturday, two National League sides drawn to begin their pivotal FA Cup campaigns against each other. For Ling, the prospects were twice nervy. His son, Sam, was starting for the Daggers.

Sam, only 20, still lives at home, and it had been a little quiet around the house before the East...

 By PA Sport

Eighth-tier Hyde United to host MK Dons in FA Cup first round

Hyde United, from the eighth tier of English football, have been handed a home draw against League One MK Dons in the FA Cup first round.

Hyde, who sit seventh in the Evo-Stik North table, beat Scarborough on Sunday to earn a place in the draw and earn the chance to welcome one of the round's bigger names to Ewen Fields.

Club chairman Steve Hartley told BBC Two: "We couldn't ask for more than a home game and against a big club, it's absolutely perfect for us.

"These guys deserve it, it's the best...

 By PA Sport

Former Sutton keeper Wayne Shaw admits naivety in 'piegate' role

Former Sutton goalkeeper Wayne Shaw has admitted he was "naive'' with regard to the "piegate" controversy that led to him leaving the club and being sanctioned by the Football Association.

The 45-year-old was seen eating a pie on the bench during giant-killing Sutton's televised FA Cup loss to Arsenal in February -- something a bookmaker had offered odds on the likelihood of him doing.

Shaw left the National League outfit -- in May he said it had been "a situation where I either resigned or they...

 By PA Sport

Pie-eating ex-Sutton keeper Wayne Shaw banned for betting offences

Former Sutton goalkeeper Wayne Shaw has been fined £375 and suspended for two months by the Football Association for betting-related offences.

The ex-Sutton keeper was found guilty at an independent disciplinary hearing on Wednesday, after he was alleged to have intentionally influenced betting markets in Sutton's 2-0 FA Cup fifth round defeat to Arsenal in February.

Shaw ate a pie on the substitutes' bench as Sutton lost out to the Gunners, and the charge of influencing betting markets, which...