Manure FA Cup

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Manure FA Cup

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Already feeling a bit sick at the thought of this game. Only a win will do and like others I'm not remotely confident we can do it, even against this shit team. :(

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chatting a manc friend there and he said they were absolute shite tonight and stole the game.

I think we'll do them
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Man U were absolutely fucking dire last season and we couldn't manage a goal against their worst side in 30 years. This season they had their patched up defence that shipped 5 at Leicester and we somehow managed to make them look like our own famous back four, eventually scoring a consolation at the death

To be honest they could play Gus Caesar and Igors Stepanovs at centre half on Monday night and we'd still manage to muster one shot on target after 88 minutes

Used to be my favourite trip. Now only second to our annual rollover at the Bridge for being the most depressing trip of the season. The quest for a trophy ends here with a rare MOTM award for Jonny Evans who is made to look like Maldini and Baresi rolled into one

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Given our manager and our history up there as of late, going to say 3-1 United.

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No prediction from me.
Think form goes out of the window with this one.
Anything's possible!

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2-0. Don't think I need to say which way :roll:

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It will be my first away trip to Old Trafford, do people usually take their allocated seat or does it tend to be sit where you want?

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God knows how this one will go :worried:

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Draw .

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Very beatable United side, but probably not by the traveling inferiority complex that is Arsenal FC since the 8-2.. Will Jonny Evans be playing ? certainly Scholsey stood up for his old mate with his "not that kind of player" cliche , but Match of the Day images look fairly damning for him. how must Falcao feel. ? 0-0 going into last minutes of a game and he is overlooked ?

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We're going to get stuffed up the bumhole. 3-0 yernatid.

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My heart sank the second that we drew them,it doesnt matter how well or shite we play or how well or shite they play, we will go out :(

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Gunner4LiF3 wrote:It will be my first away trip to Old Trafford, do people usually take their allocated seat or does it tend to be sit where you want?
Took my allocated seat when I went there.

If you are driving up, watch out for the chancers who wear orange vests and point you into a car park as you get near the ground.

They are not official, and will rip you off.

Drive around a bit and look for the cheapest space, you might even find a free one.

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Sanchez back in the goals in the nick of time. Confidence will be boosted and he'll be the difference in this. 2-1 to us.

---------Ospina
Bellerin Mertesacker Koscielny Gibbs
----Ramsey-- Coquelin
Chamberlain-- Ozil-- Sanchez
-------- Giroud

Ramsey and Coquelin for added stability

Walcott and Rosicky to come on in the 2nd half as super-subs

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QuartzGooner wrote:
Gunner4LiF3 wrote:It will be my first away trip to Old Trafford, do people usually take their allocated seat or does it tend to be sit where you want?
Took my allocated seat when I went there.

If you are driving up, watch out for the chancers who wear orange vests and point you into a car park as you get near the ground.

They are not official, and will rip you off.

Drive around a bit and look for the cheapest space, you might even find a free one.
or Park near Oxford Road Station and take the train in. its only two stops. it also helps you avoid the traffic after the game. go down Oxford Road/A34 :wink:

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