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on 16 December 2002
I remember all too clearly watching this game on the telly when I was 10 years old. I was on the school football team at the time and I remember going to the Platt Lane complex {about a month before this game} when it was just a shed and a small scaled pitch with 2 five a side pitches running across that and watching the team train {a real funny sight was Dennis Tueart giving Big Joe Corrigan a piggy back} after which we had a tour around Maine Rd, met the team and John Bond and I even got to score a goal on the pitch {to an empty ground - ah well it was during the week and we were on a school outing}. It was an exciting time and the feeling was we could lift The F.A. Cup especially after Paul Power scored that goal against Ipswich who had an excellent side at the time.
Back to the match in question, wether you are a Manchester City fan or a Totenham fan this match has it all, real end to end stuff, a bag full of goals featuring 2 classic goals {Steve McKenzie for us and Ricardo Villa for them} - if only the Falklands War had started a year earlier he would never have scored that goal. Ah well Totenham had a real class side at the time featuring Hoddle, Villa, Ardiles, Crooks as we did {Corrigan, Reid, Ranson, McDonald, Power, Caton, Tueart, Mckenzie - err cant remember the rest right now} and somebody had to win the replay. As F.A. Cup finals go this is up there amongst the most exciting along with the likes of when Ipswich beat Arsenal in 78.
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on 14 June 2011
Brings back all the memories of those games and the fantastic winning goal from Villa (after his disappointment in the first match).

A sleeve booklet would have been useful too and maybe some info on the routes of the teams to the final to make it more collectable but its the action on the DVD that really matters.
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on 8 May 2000
Not only one of the most exciting cup finals but also the game where you will see one of the greatest goals scored at Wembley in a cup final.
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on 23 January 2015
A thrilling first game and a tough second game.
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A brilliant match and one that will go down in history! With the likes of Hoddle, Ardiles, Villa and Crooks, this video is one a spurs fan will want to watch again and again!
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on 18 December 2015
Perfect dvd a great purchase.
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on 27 January 2016
...the one with Ricky Villa
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on 16 January 2015
very good
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on 2 November 2010
This uses the ITV (Brian Moore) commentary. It's completely alien watching it without John Motson's commentary, particularly during Villa's winning goal. It was such a let down that I've bought the BBC VHS version to replace the one I'd lost.
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on 14 August 2008
I have played this DVD several times now, and we still keep winning every time. Marvellous !
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