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A Little Favour From Manucho Wouldn't Go Amiss!

A Little Favour From Manucho Wouldn't Go Amiss!

Daniel Cousin returns to the Hull squad and will probably replace Manucho in the starting line-up against Liverpool. It's a pity because nobody else than Manucho feels really what this game could mean!

United's on-loan Angolan striker hasn't set the world alight since moving to the KC Stadium but now with Hull facing relegation and his parent club United fighting for the title he'll surely understand the significance of the game against Liverpool.

It would be sooo nice if he scored a last-minute winner which would more or less hand us the title on a plate. But I'm not too hopeful: given Hull's current form they'll probably provide brilliant passes for La Nina to score...

Still, we have it in our own hands and as long as we don't slip up again, everything will be fine. But I'm rooting for Manucho and co. all the same!



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Writer:Zae
Date:Friday April 24 2009
Time: 5:00PM

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I actually feel hull could pinch a point from this one.Two teams fighting for a reward,a victory for either team would keep their dream alive but for hull a point would mean so much more as their relegation fight will go down to the wire and each point will be vital.We still have it in our hands and the next two games will really shape it up for us,whatever liverpool do doesn't really matter till we keep winning.
abmtd
24/04/2009 17:23:00
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I actually feel hull could pinch a point from this one.Two teams fighting for a reward,a victory for either team would keep their dream alive but for hull a point would mean so much more as their relegation fight will go down to the wire and each point will be vital.We still have it in our hands and the next two games will really shape it up for us,whatever liverpool do doesn't really matter till we keep winning.
abmtd
24/04/2009 17:23:00
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1-1 for me in this game,without gerrard I feel it gives the opposition the confidence to express itself and hull will have to that to get anything out of this game otherwise torres and co. will just clean them up.
abmtd
24/04/2009 17:27:00
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1-1 for me in this game,without gerrard I feel it gives the opposition the confidence to express itself and hull will have to that to get anything out of this game otherwise torres and co. will just clean them up.
abmtd
24/04/2009 17:27:00
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it was always gonna be tough for hull to get anything at all....and liverpool don't need stevie in these small games...only in the big games its obvious they can't do without him.... but manucho hasn't impressed me one bit...i don't see him becoming a united player ever...
ibrahiy
26/04/2009 15:02:00
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it was always gonna be tough for hull to get anything at all....and liverpool don't need stevie in these small games...only in the big games its obvious they can't do without him.... but manucho hasn't impressed me one bit...i don't see him becoming a united player ever...
ibrahiy
26/04/2009 15:02:00
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