The Fourth Round Cup Play 1948

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    Full title reads: "THE FOURTH ROUND CUP PLAY".

    "Manchester 2 Chelsea 0".

    Manchester, Lancashire.

    Panning shot of crowd at the stadium during the Fourth round FA (Football Association) Cup match between Manchester City and Chelsea. Various shots of the game. Manchester City goal, goalkeeper Frank Swift makes a good save. Midfield play. Close up of a man in the audience watching intently. Close up of a good save by Chelsea's goal keeper. Play up field towards Manchester City's goal. Good save by Manchester's goal keeper. Crowd, half time. Midfield play, kicking towards Manchester goal. Close up shot of Swift in action. There is an argument. Close up shot of a man shouting. Swift throws the ball away. Crowd watching. Several shots of the play, Swift gets injured. Play down to Chelsea's goal. Close up shot of the ball going into the goal. Crowd cheering and waving. Various shots of the play around Chelsea's goal. Crowd watching. Close up shot of the ball going into goal. Final score - Manchester City 2, Chelsea 0.

    "Colchester Do it Again".


    Start of the Fourth round FA (Football Association) Cup match between Colchester and Bradford. Various shots of the game and the crowd watching. Final score - Colchester 3, Bradford 2.

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    01:34:56:00 / 01:38:08:00
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