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While Wayne Rooney continues to struggle to find a place at Manchester United, brother John is enjoying a strong campaign.
New Wrexham boss Dean Keates got off to a flying start, punching his assistant and dislocating his finger on his very first day on the job.
Stoke boss Mark Hughes expressed his relief at his side making it through to the FA Cup fourth round having been sure they were headed for an embarrassing defeat to Conference outfit Wrexham at the Britannia Stadium.
Substitute Stephen Ireland scored twice as Stoke pulled off a late comeback to beat Wrexham 3-1 at the Britannia Stadium and avoid being the victims of an FA Cup giant-killing.
Almost 22 years after they created one of the FA Cup's most famous upsets, Wrexham moved back into the third round, where Premier League opposition awaits, Nick Ames writes.
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