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FA Cup: Losing teams to get prize money share to help with finances

BBC News Tuesday, 27 October 2020
Losing teams will receive a share of prize money in the FA Cup first round to lessen the impact of ties being held without fans.
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Losing teams will receive a share of prize money in the FA Cup first round to lessen the impact of ties being held without fans.
BBC News