Police are investigating a racist tweet against the former Manchester United footballer Danny Welbeck.
He now plays for Arsenal and scored the winning goal in the FA cup game at Old Trafford last night.
Greater Manchester Police say they're aware of the tweet and have begun an inquiry.
It's also been reported that Welbeck has received death threats.
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Thousands of Preston North End fans will pack a sold out Deepdale for a match described as a "once in lifetime."
The FA Cup fifth round glamour tie sees the Premier League heavy weights, Manchester United, make the short trip up the M6.
It's the first time since 1972 that United have played in Preston.
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A trip to the capital is just five wins away as we enter round two of the FA Cup this weekend.
But for three north west non-league clubs, just to rub shoulders with the Premier league sides in the next round will be reward enough.
Chester FC manager Steve Burr says his club's second round tie at Barnsley is a reward for the fans who've been with the club through its recent problems.
Warrington Town FC, from the 8th tier of English football, look ahead to their clash with League Two's Exeter in the FA Cup, after reaching the first round for the first time in their 65-year history.