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    while entering international break ... Bastian Schweinsteiger will miss Germany's internationals against England and Italy due to injury during training with the national team ... flying back soon for assessment ...

    Meanwhile the squad will be travelling to China for pre-season rumours got it that LVG name is not among the list of traveling squad ...

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    Hope the injury is not serious as we need all the available players to muscle and win our remaining games.

    Can England win the European Championship this summer? Look at the game later. This will be the cream of England squad, the best assembled squad, combination of young and old players, BR must show his goods. If they cannot beat Germany convincing with the Germans lacking many good players, it will not be justifiable for some England pundits saying England will win it this year. Let's see how it goes.

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    Back from international game!

    Home to Everton.

    Starting XI: De Gea, Darmian, Smalling, Blind, Rojo, Schneiderlin, Carrick, Lingard, Mata, Martial, Rashford.
    subs: Romero, Fosu-Mensah, Valencia, Young, Fellaini, Herrera, Memphis.

    unchanged from the team that won away to Man City, with Ashley Young back in the squad for the first time since 17 January.
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    HT 0-0

    Think watching the fans paying tribute to SIR Bobby is much more interesting!

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    Martial's strike was united's 1000th Premier League goal at Old Trafford!

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    FT Martial's goals settles the difference!

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    As Usual ...

    FULL-TIME STATISTICS
    Possession: United 54% Everton 46%
    Shots at goal: United 10 Everton 7
    Shots on target:United 2 Everton 1
    Corners: United 5 Everton 5

    THE TEAMS

    United: De Gea, Darmian, Smalling, Blind (Valencia 82'), Rojo (Fosu-Mensah 45'), Schneiderlin, Carrick (Herrera 58'), Lingard, Mata, Martial, Rashford.
    Subs not used: Romero, Young, Fellaini, Memphis.
    Booked: Smalling, Lingard.

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    Away to spurs

    Starting XI: De Gea, Fosu-Mensah, Smalling, Blind, Rojo, Schneiderlin, Carrick, Mata, Lingard, Martial, Ashford.

    subs: Romero, Darmian, Valencia, Young, Fellaini, Herrera, Memphis.


    one change from the side that beat Everton last time out, with Fosu-Mensah replacing Darmian in defence.

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    GOAL Spurs 1-0 Man Utd. A big breakthrough for the hosts - a fine Eriksen ball across the box is coolly converted by Alli

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    GOAL Spurs 2-0 Man Utd (74 mins). Two goals in a matter of minutes for Spurs, this time as Alderweireld nods in Lamela's free-kick

    GOAL Spurs 3-0 Man Utd (76 mins). Unbelievable - Spurs score again! Lamela expertly guides Rose's cross into the near corner for the third

    3 goals conceded in 6mins Totally Rubbish!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by melvin View Post
    GOAL Spurs 2-0 Man Utd (74 mins). Two goals in a matter of minutes for Spurs, this time as Alderweireld nods in Lamela's free-kick

    GOAL Spurs 3-0 Man Utd (76 mins). Unbelievable - Spurs score again! Lamela expertly guides Rose's cross into the near corner for the third

    3 goals conceded in 6mins Totally Rubbish!!!
    First the bus was late..and still haven't parked yet...hence let in 3
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    Its just a disgraced watching how MU played. For 15 years we did not lose at White Hart Lane. Look at today, with half a billion pounds spent, the team that we have, its just pathetic and lost of words to describe the calamity of LVG that put MU in this position! LVG as usual, still taking notes while we are 3 goals dow, whats the use, no tactics, strategy change and instill some fire in the team. Look at the good passing of the Spurs players, why cant we just have some individual better control of the ball and passing to each other. Where is the build up, NON whatsoever, that how bad it is. We can kiss UCL next season goodbye, hoping for our remaining home games to win and beat Man City to the fourth place, not impossible but not likely unless Man City slip up.

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    Sack LVG
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hitman View Post
    Sack LVG
    For this match, to be fair to LVG, the line up is like totally foreign to what it was a month ago. The young guns need to quickly step up and find amongst themselves a key influential player. There has been no heroes lately in the Man U team.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SNAPDINER View Post

    First the bus was late..and still haven't parked yet...hence let in 3
    must be the bus fault.. haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by SNAPDINER View Post
    For this match, to be fair to LVG, the line up is like totally foreign to what it was a month ago. The young guns need to quickly step up and find amongst themselves a key influential player. There has been no heroes lately in the Man U team.
    yes..LVG cannot be blamed for the latest poor performance by utd.he should be blamed for the entire season.

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    FA CUP Replay!

    WEST HAM V UNITED
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    14 April 2016 at 2:00:00 AM

    Don't see us going through ...

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    Mufc XI: De Gea, Fosu-Mensah, Smalling, Blind, Rojo, Carrick, Fellaini, Lingard, Herrera, Martial, Rashford.
    subs: Romero, Valencia, Young, Schneiderlin, Mata, Memphis, Rooney.


    Wa why start Fellaini?

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    so fielding Fellaini was right after all or he did the right thing.

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    UNITED V VILLA
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    3 points a must to close gap ... dun care about play anymore ...

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