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Boa Morte and Crossley look back on their FA Cup careers

Former Fulham players Luis Boa Morte and Mark Crossley look back at their history in the competition as they prepare for Chesterfield's trip to Tranmere. See more at http://www.thefa.com/TheFACup.

(06:17) | November 30, 2012



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