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Lincoln City manager Danny Cowley, left, speaks with assistant manager and brother Nicky at Sincil Bank, Lincoln, England, Thursday, March 9, 2017. The team looking to pull off possibly the biggest shock in the FA Cup’s 146-year history is coached by a pair of inseparable brothers who were teaching physical education in a secondary school just nine months ago. Lincoln should have no chance of winning an FA Cup quarterfinal match away to Arsenal on Saturday, one of England’s biggest and richest clubs and 89 places higher in the country’s soccer pyramid. (Mike Egerton/PA via AP)

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Lincoln City manager Danny Cowley, left, speaks with assistant manager and brother Nicky at Sincil Bank, Lincoln, England, Thursday, March 9, 2017. The team looking to pull off possibly the biggest shock in the FA Cup’s 146-year history is coached by a pair of inseparable brothers who were teaching physical education in a secondary school just nine months ago. Lincoln should have no chance of winning an FA Cup quarterfinal match away to Arsenal on Saturday, one of England’s biggest and richest clubs and 89 places higher in the country’s soccer pyramid. (Mike Egerton/PA via AP)

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