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    Quote Originally Posted by richiemccaw1 View Post
    Who would've thought? Spurs 5-3 Chelsea. wow.
    Spurs played very well. well deserved the win.

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    Its FA Cup day!

    The last time we lifted the cup was 10yrs ago!
    Hope we lift it this time round starting with

    YEOVIL V UNITED
    4 January 2015 11:30:00 pm

    are we able to have the same scoreline like we last faced them 0-8?

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    Quote Originally Posted by melvin View Post
    Its FA Cup day!

    The last time we lifted the cup was 10yrs ago!
    Hope we lift it this time round starting with

    YEOVIL V UNITED
    4 January 2015 11:30:00 pm

    are we able to have the same scoreline like we last faced them 0-8?
    i just hope that no repeat the mistak we made vs MK DON lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolhirako View Post
    i just hope that no repeat the mistak we made vs MK DON lol
    lol... most likely no la... cos the team then and now are different in standard!

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    United XI: De Gea, Smalling, McNair, Blackett, Rafael, Fletcher, Herrera, Rooney, Shaw, Wilson, Falcao.

    United subs: Lindegaard, Evans, Anderson, Lingard, Mata, Januzaj, Di Maria.

    Di Maria is back think he will be sub in at 60min...

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    A disappointing 30mins with Paddy McNair needing medical attention ... Luke shaw duno what he and Herrara doing rushing to give away the ball!!!

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    Boring game

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolhirako View Post
    Boring game
    Indeed a boring first half hope thatt they wake up in the second ...

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    Substitutions - Juan Mata on for Rafael, Jonny Evans on for Shaw. Van Gaal makes two changes as the Reds start the second period.

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    59th min - Substitution: Angel Di Maria on for Falcao. The Argentinian makes his RETURN as the Reds seek a breakthrough here.

    I am right he comeon in the 60th min! lol...

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    I have no idea what the team playing, just like headless chicken

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    64 min - GOAL! Yeovil 0 United 1. Ander Herrera

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    Quote Originally Posted by melvin View Post
    64 min - GOAL! Yeovil 0 United 1. Ander Herrera
    And a yellow card for him lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolhirako View Post
    And a yellow card for him lol
    sad la ... lol

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    90min - GOAL! Yeovil 0 United 2. Angel Di Maria.

    Back with a Bang!

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    Yeovil Town 0 United 2.

    Its FA cup Debut GOALS from Ander Herrera and Di Maria as well as Debut win for LVG

    LVG should KIV his 3-5-2 for now.

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    Good win & good night

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    Brilliant Angel Di Maria has been missed

    Angel Di Maria's spontaneous spark has been missing from Manchester United's PLAY recently, but his team-mates are delighted he is back from injury and his sublime finish in the 2-0 FA Cup third-round win over Yeovil was a flicker of the finesse he brings to the team.

    Di Maria came off the BENCH after an hour at Huish Park and gave United a creative boost in the attacking third of the field as the Reds sought to break down a determined opposing defence.

    Within four minutes, Ander Herrera had struck a stunning goal to give United the lead, but Di Maria was proving influential at both ends of the field. He cleared an effort off the line and then, in a late burst forward, he raced onto Wayne Rooney's through-ball and coolly CHIPPED his finish over the onrushing Jed Steer in the Yeovil goal.

    Darren Fletcher was PLEASED to see the Argentinian back in action, telling MUTV: "It was a touch of class to dink it over the goalkeeper, a fantastic goal, so CREDIT to him.

    "He showed exactly what he's all about, he's learning quickly and he makes great, intelligent runs as well. He always wants the ball, he gets kicked and he just KEEPS getting up – he's that strong.

    "We have MISSED him, but hopefully he's back now and he can kick on for the second half of the season and be the really important player we know he's going to be."


    Missing Angel


    Back in time for the game against the surprise team of the season Saints.
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    FA Cup: Reds to visit Cambridge United


    Manchester United have been drawn away to League Two club Cambridge United IN the FA Cup fourth round. The tie will be PLAYED on the weekend of 24 and 25 January.


    The two Uniteds have only met twice before - in the two legs of a League Cup second-round tie in 1991/92. The Reds won 3-0 at home on 25 September 1991, with goals from Steve Bruce, Ryan Giggs and Brian McClair, before drawing 1-1 at the Abbey Stadium on 9 October with McClair netting again. Cambridge's only goal of the tie was scored by Dion Dublin, who was SIGNED by Sir Alex Ferguson the following summer.

    Louis van Gaal's team were the fourth club to be pulled out in Monday night's draw, which was made at AFC Wimbledon's Kingsmeadow Stadium. Cambridge, who are managed by ex-Liverpool defender Richard MONEY, reached the fourth round by beating Fleetwood Town, Mansfield Town (after a replay) and Luton Town in the first, second and third rounds respectively. They were promoted back into the Football League for this season, after a nine-year absence, via a Conference play-off final win over Gateshead at Wembley.

    FA Cup fourth-round draw (updated 22:00 GMT): Manchester City v Middlesbrough, Doncaster Rovers or Bristol City v Everton or West Ham United, Sunderland v Fulham or Wolves, Rochdale v STOKE City, Brighton & Hove Albion v Arsenal, Burnley or Tottenham Hotspur v Leicester City, Liverpool v Bolton Wanderers, Cardiff City v Reading, Aston Villa v Bournemouth, Birmingham City v West Bromwich Albion, Preston North End v Sheffield United, Derby County v Scunthorpe United or Chesterfield, Chelsea v Millwall or Bradford City, Blackburn Rovers v Swansea City, Cambridge United v Manchester United, Southampton or Ipswich Town v Crystal Palace.


    Another away FA Cup fixture.


    Another challenging away fixture for our 4th round cup tie...
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    Manchester United sign Victor Valdes

    Manchester United is delighted to announce that Victor Valdes has SIGNED an 18-month contract with the option to extend for a further year.

    Valdes, 32, came through the ranks of the FC Barcelona youth system, making his senior debut in 2002. He went on to win 21 major titles in La Liga. The Spanish international has 20 CAPSfor his national team.

    Victor Valdes said: "It is a real honour to SIGN for Manchester United. I would like to thank Louis VAN Gaal and the club for allowing me to do my rehabilitation and to train with the team at the Aon Training Complex. From my short time here I can already see this is a very special club. I worked with Louis van Gaal during my time at FC Barcelona and to have the opportunity to work with him here at Manchester United is a dream come true."

    Louis van Gaal said: "I am delighted Victor has SIGNED for the club. Victor is a very experienced goalkeeper and his record speaks for itself. I have said on many occasions that Manchester United will always be interested in the best players. Victor has remained very professional throughout his rehabilitation from injury and has been very impressive during his training sessions with the first team over the past weeks. He joins the club as the number two goalkeeper and is a great addition to the first team."


    Valdes sign to be no.2

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