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Youngsters Crash to Defeat

Youngsters Crash to Defeat

Crossing swords with Chelsea again last night, United fans would have been hoping our youth side could emulate that of last year when Chelsea were crushed, in the FA Youth Cup semi-final, 3-0 at Old Trafford.

Well it wasn`t to be with United leaving themselves a lot to do in the second leg, in London, after Chelsea shoed that they are a decent team by beating us 2-1 last nigh, in front a 10,000 crowd at Old Trafford.

The goals in the encounter coming from Affane and Feruz with United`s replay coming from James Wilson.



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Saturday March 17 2012
Time: 12:05PM

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We have arguably the best reserve and youth teams of the country alongside Villa and Arsenal. Can't wait to see them having a crack in the first team. But well done to you, it was a good game. 2-1 ain't a lot, I'm not seeing us through yet.
FrLamp
17/03/2012 13:32:00
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And how is Adnan Januzaj doing? He moved to England in August. He was in my school before that in Jette, Brussels. I played against him a few times and he's got a fantastic left foot. I wish him well, I was so happy for him when Anderlecht and MU found a solution for him.
FrLamp
17/03/2012 13:36:00
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