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United Draw City in FA Cup

United Draw City in FA Cup

My, oh my!

Did anyone see that one coming?

In the draw at Wembley this afternoon, we were drawn out of the famous velvet bag to play Manchester City in the FA Cup 3rd round.

The tie will take place on the weekend of the 7th/8th January and will take place at City`s ground!



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Sunday December 4 2011
Time: 2:57PM

Comments

0
Oh dear. You really aren't going to win ANYTHING this season are you? PMSL!
fifthcolumnblue
04/12/2011 15:12:00
0
That's alright, the youngster will get a good run out whilst City play their 2nd string squad.... which costs well over 100 mil :P
TheFamousNo7
04/12/2011 15:46:00
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Taggart will not play your youngsters against us, I can tell you that right now. Not that it will make much difference to the result. The smell of fear at Stretford Redsox is overpowering at the moment.
fifthcolumnblue
04/12/2011 15:48:00
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Fear? The 6-1 was a one off mate, in the same respect the Arsenal 8-2 was. Having beat you 3-2 already this season and the only team in the league to of actually beat you this season I'm looking forward to a bit of payback. Granted about the squad Fergie will most probably field, though if I had it my way I would field the youngsters, give 'em the opportunity to show what they can do the senior side will be getting plent of action in Europe and the league.
TheFamousNo7
04/12/2011 16:54:00
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You really cling to that CS game don't you mate. Ignoring the fact that City obviously didn't take that game as seriously as U*d did.
Bluedub
04/12/2011 17:28:00
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Another thing, this talk of fielding youngsters really gets on my tits. It's no wonder the cup has lost it's glory when even fans treat it with the same lack of respect that some clubs do.
Bluedub
04/12/2011 17:31:00
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He's right of course, the 6-1 was a one-off. A fairer scoreline would have been 4-0. And i suspect that will be the scoreline in the FA Cup at ours. Your squad is pathetic at the moment, everyt red I've spoken to is deeply worried, and all you can do is scrape 1-0 wins at the moment. I don't buy into this "Oh we'll be stronger in the 2nd half of the season" guff that everyone keeps spouting - yes, it's happened in the past, but that was when you actually had a decent squad - and those days are in the past. Even January won't save you, as you won't be able to get anyone in in time to make a difference. So don't pretend you're confident, because you aren't.
fifthcolumnblue
04/12/2011 17:33:00
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You argue amongst yourselves and we'll just mop up :-)
merlin
04/12/2011 18:31:00
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The only thing you should be concerned about mopping up Merlin is the leaks in Chelsea's defence.
Bluedub
04/12/2011 18:45:00
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I'm sure we'll meet you in the later rounds anyway merlin!
fifthcolumnblue
04/12/2011 18:51:00
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