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United Draw Arsenal?

After scraping past Crawley Town in round five, Manchester United were given a plum quarter-final tie.

Providing Arsenal win at Leyton Orient this afternoon, we will meet Arsene Wenger`s side at Old Trafford in a quarter-final tie that will grab all the headlines.

If United are going to win the FA Cup, we`re going about it the hard way, having already having to knock Liverpool out!

Bring the Gunners on I say!



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The Journalist

Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday February 20 2011

Time: 4:13PM

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Could've been a lot nicer but oh well, we will just have to win it the hard way :P
TheFamousNo7
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20/02/2011 16:39:00

At least we have home advantage, so I still expect us to win.
kanchelskis
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20/02/2011 18:54:00

Might be Orient yet. They do tend to win most of their games in the 2nd leg by the sounds of things. Either way the replay means Arsenal may suffer in the PL making our charge for the title much easier.
TheFamousNo7
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20/02/2011 18:57:00

another home draw - you lucky barstewards!
merlin
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20/02/2011 20:02:00

This time of the season is always hard, every match is important... the FA Cup is not my Priority!
Faizah
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20/02/2011 20:07:00

Faizah though I agree with you if the posibility is there to one it once again after, whats it been 6 years? I would like us to atleast give it a go.
TheFamousNo7
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20/02/2011 20:43:00

We were not good against Crawley, but again a lot changes was made, but the determination seemed to be lacking. Would have loved to see Pogba in action.. Im not one to critise our players, but Gibson being 24, I just dont see him making it, why is SAF insisting on playing him.. Of course I dont see him in training, but he doesnt look that good when played.. Tough game against the Arse, but at least we are at home, I am sure Rooney will do the business.
nordkap
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