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Good Luck to Our Youngsters!

Good Luck to Our Youngsters!

Old Trafford certainly has a busy schedule this week!

After hosting the final home Premier League fixture, against Blackpool, on Sunday, the doors will be thrown open tonight for the FA Youth Cup Final, second leg, where our youngsters will be hoping to shake off the threat presented by Sheffield United.

Delicately balanced at 2-2, after the first leg at Brammall Lane, it promises to be an exciting occasion.

Following that, the Old Trafford gates will be open again for Gary Neville`s testimonial when a United XI will be taking on Juventus. Although there`ll be nothing much at stake, other than pride, it too promises to be a decent enough night.

But, in ending this little article, I have to wish the youngsters all the best for tonight and hope that they can stick the FA Youth Cup in the trophy cabinet alongside the Premier League trophy!



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Monday May 23 2011
Time: 4:40PM

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Win or lose they've done fantastically well to get there and i'm sure they will bring home the cup.
TheFamousNo7
23/05/2011 18:52:00
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They made it look easy, congrats to them. The future is looking bright.
TheFamousNo7
24/05/2011 08:18:00
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