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Our youngsters, in the FA Youth Cup, pulled off a remarkable victory despite staring defeat in the face at Anfield.

Trailing by 2-0, the youngsters emerged victors 3-2 with the goals coming from Lionel Cole (pen) and Ravel Morrison, who got a brace.

But the match was not without incident with two players from each side being shown red-cards by the referee, David Coote.

The first United player to see red was Paul Pogba who was bizarrely dismissed, after receiving a second yellow card, for a stutter in his run up to take a penalty.

The second United player to be dismissed was Tyler Blackett who, in the dying moments, was dismissed for violent behaviour after tangling with a Liverpool player.

In the two legged semi-final we now face the current holders of the trophy - Chelsea.

They promise to be two cracking matches!




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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Monday March 14 2011
Time: 5:00PM

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Be afraid, be very afraid...
suppahigh
14/03/2011 17:32:00
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Well done to them, hopefully they go onto win it, i'm sure they're more than capable.
TheFamousNo7
14/03/2011 19:04:00
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No mention of the disgraceful chants from both sets of supporters at this game? The police taking action against U#d fans for their part. Fairly big talking point I'd have thought, an opportunity to condemn it even.
Bluedub
14/03/2011 20:19:00
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Typical of a City fan to talk about the negative aspects of the game rather than compliment a great comeback by some fantastic young players. Alot more happens in football than the scarce moments of madness bluedub, maybe you should consider watching the other 89 minutes of football rather than focusing on one event, in this case an event that happened off-field. How pathetic that you try find faults with everything we do as if you're perfect, this whole holier than thou attitude really needs to drop, you're just making youself seem like and obsessed hypocrite. Whether you intend it or not I don't know but that's the image you're beginning to build. No fan base is perfect and to let a minority create prejudice views for the majority is ignorant.
TheFamousNo7
14/03/2011 21:57:00
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Get a grip TF7. I was merely pointing out that this talking point which was included in every other report I read on this game wasn't mentioned. I feel it was an opportunity missed to condemn the actions of the minority. You really can be such a *****wit sometimes.
Bluedub
15/03/2011 13:22:00
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Bluedub it's hardly a talking point to hear our fans are a bunch of immature a55holes and whilst I'm not happy to be put in the same bracket as them and share the same stadium as them they still show their support every game. What's out of the norm? I would love to condemn every United fan who doesn't act appropriately and accordingly but unfortunately I think a lot of people have been watching far too much football factory and green street and now believe that is the way to act. Yes our fan base isn't perfect, in fact we are very far from it, but every team has it's douche bag fans who need to grow up and quite frankly they're not even worth giving the time of day. Whilst I agree with you on the fact that they should be condemned I don't understand the compulsion to always look at the "talking point" as the talking point is only ever bad, people get so lost with a moment of madness that they forget to admire the football being played.
TheFamousNo7
15/03/2011 15:26:00
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