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WeOnlyLiveOnce
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Home draw against West Ham provided we get through tomorrow. West Ham are a difficult side but its a home tie so maybe the boys will actually turn up tomorrow and turn up against the hammers to make it to the semis of the FA cup.

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Payet will ruin us.
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(Original post by WeOnlyLiveOnce)
Home draw against West Ham provided we get through tomorrow. West Ham are a difficult side but its a home tie so maybe the boys will actually turn up tomorrow and turn up against the hammers to make it to the semis of the FA cup.

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Good luck with that m8
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Boom! That's us through to the Semi's of the FA Cup.
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Good luck with that m8
Didn't watch the draw. Who are Liverpool playing in the quarters of the FA cup?

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Didn't watch the draw. Who are Liverpool playing in the quarters of the FA cup?

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Nobody

Too busy with the League Cup final.
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Red Issue throwing out some real nuggets of information on the behind the scenes battle on the next manager. Mirror's story on Giggs getting the job sounds convincing but it'd be either brave, or naive, if they were to let him re-build a squad that is not well balanced and requires work.
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RI are just like any other journo. Make calculated guesses and than write a story around it. And then claim they have a highly reputed source.
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hayles101 is a legend, just saved me £70.
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who wants to see SAF come back
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'Glazers been talking to potential new CEO who is Fergie ally.'

FFS, who is it, Anakin Skywalker?
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who wants to see SAF come back
I never left

In all seriousness though, SAF coming back would be wrong because we need to move forward not backwards. If you meant SAF step in till the end of the season then i'm all for it and we could have a chance to close the 6 point gap
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RI are just so full of ****. They used to be a good source and had some good inside information but now they're just attention whores like all the other newspapers.

SAF will never come back. Why would he risk coming back and ruining his legacy? He ended his reign as a winner why would he come back just to end his legacy (again) by finishing fourth? He bought RvP to win him the title in his final season, I just think he wouldn't want to damage his ego and legacy at United. Also, as the poster above has said, we need to look forward not backwards. It's been a nightmare since SAF has stepped down and so its so important to look past his era and to the future. It's just been an accumulation of **** decisions that has led us to where we currently are.

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Nobody

Too busy with the League Cup final.
Which you'll lose. Quote me when it happens :awesome:

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Which you'll lose. Quote me when it happens :awesome:

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Even if we do, so what?
We'd be up against a vastly superior City side - it's only expected that we'd lose.

It would still be a cup final in Klopp's first season. Let's be honest, we all know you guys aren't getting anywhere near a final anyway so I don't get your point...
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Payet will ruin us.
Such a good performance from him yesterday. Tore Blackburn a new one. Bilic reckons he's as good as Modric, who he coached as Croatia boss. Be interesting to see how long he stays at Upton Park/the Olympic Stadium.
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Such a good performance from him yesterday. Tore Blackburn a new one. Bilic reckons he's as good as Modric, who he coached as Croatia boss. Be interesting to see how long he stays at Upton Park/the Olympic Stadium.
He's deffo moving.
Matter of when not if.
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He's deffo moving.
Matter of when not if.
Yeah he won't see his contract out there, but the guy's gunna be 29 in a few weeks so I'm not sure the big teams will fork out loads for him. Mabye PSG might buy him as a Cavani stop gap replacement though. Also mabye fit at Atletico Madrid too if Griezmann this leaves this summer.
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He's deffo moving.
Matter of when not if.
It obviously won't happen, but he'd be such a fit for somebody like Leicester.
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It obviously won't happen, but he'd be such a fit for somebody like Leicester.
Why wouldn't it?

Clearly too good for West Ham and new contract doesn't mean anything. Just a play for them to get more money when the big boys come calling. Might be quite old but probably got a few good years on him. Wouldn't cost too much too.
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