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Jose Mourinho will have to get past former club Chelsea if FA Cup holders Manchester United are to keep their hopes of retaining the trophy alive following the quarterfinal draw Sunday.Giantkillers Lincoln – the first nonleague side into the last-eight in over a century after beating Premier League Burnley Saturday – could have a lucrative trip to Arsenal should the Gunners beat another nonleague side Sutton Monday.The 54-year-old Portuguese, who won the FA Cup once in two spells with Chelsea in 2007, opted not to comment on the quarterfinal draw.'Boro manager Aitor Karanka crossed swords with Guardiola when the former was Real Madrid assistant manager and the latter in charge of Barcelona.
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