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United Get Citeh In The Carling Cup Semi-Final

United Get Citeh In The Carling Cup Semi-Final

The draw for the Carling Cup semi-final pitted Manchester United against Manchester City. The first leg will be played at Eastlands where Citeh steamrollered Arsenal tonight, winning 3-0. It will not be that easy against us, for sure.

I wonder if Fergie will play all the kids again? We'll find out in January but I guess a lot will depend on our league position and the fixtures around the two semi-final games.



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Writer:Zae
Date:Wednesday December 2 2009
Time: 10:01PM

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Now usually I'd say feck the CC but no one wants to lose against those jammy, noisy gits! COME ON UNITED!
ForeverUnited
02/12/2009 22:08:00
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I am sooooooooooooooooo looking forward to this
BlueWolfie
02/12/2009 22:35:00
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thats a place in the final sorted then!
cdhIMP
02/12/2009 23:07:00
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Typical arrogance of United, and im not even a city fan.
centrelink1
03/12/2009 05:21:00
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We aren't exactly guaranteed a place in the final seeing as city will most likely field their top team against a 2nd string united side as this is the only trophy they are likely to get their hands and they need it a lot more than united do in order to convince the fans that all that money spent in the offseason was money well spent. Good luck to both teams.
khoder
03/12/2009 06:05:00
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Have to agree with khoder,they will most probably field their top players against our 2nd string team and if this happens,then its going to be a roller coaster ride for us.
Antriksh (abmtd)
03/12/2009 06:28:00
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But then again,its a chance for our young ones to prove their mettle and quality against a top quality opposition.
Antriksh (abmtd)
03/12/2009 06:31:00
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If Taggart goes the same route as Winger, and fields young-blood, it will be difficult for you to get something over the two legs. A lot of people are going to be very interested in this game(s).
BlueWolfie
03/12/2009 07:25:00
0
Will be the kids I think, maybe a stronger bench, very interesting games...
Tosswink
03/12/2009 09:32:00
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Can't wait for all the cliche references to it being the master vs the apprentice, as if Hughes was born yesterday. Bollox to the pair of yer. A bunch of overblown mercenaries vs Surrey United in the soda pop cup.
jinkin jimmy dimmock
03/12/2009 14:52:00
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