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FA Cup: How Liverpool and Everton were stunned by Oldham's Matt Smith

BBC Sport Friday, 15 February 2019
FA Cup: How Liverpool and Everton were stunned by Oldham's Matt SmithBBC Sport meets striker Matt Smith, who combined studying for a university degree whilst playing non-league football, before a move to League One Oldham saw him face Liverpool and Everton in the 2013 FA Cup.
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