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    Wimbledon away in the FA Cup in February 1994 was another classic.

    Hi,

    What a sentence!

    I couldn't understand it. what it wants to say?

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    Re: Wimbledon away in the FA Cup in February 1994 was another classic.

    not a teacher

    "Wimbledon away" = a game at Wimbledon's ground, which for United is "away", not "home".

    The game at Wimbledon's home ground in round 5 of the FA Cup, February 1994, was another outstanding and memorable contest.

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    Re: Wimbledon away in the FA Cup in February 1994 was another classic.

    Again, seprme, 'what it wants to say?' is terrible English. You know better than that.

    'What does it mean?'

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