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United Up For The Cup.


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The darkest week in Louis van Gaal’s tenure as Manchester United manager ended on the bright side as his team booked their place in the draw for the FA Cup 5th round with a resounding win against plucky Championship side Derby County.

Following a torrid time in the press and on social media, it was imperative that van Gaal and his side answered their many critics by putting on a performance that was more akin to a United side than had been witnessed last weekend against Southampton. Read the full story

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Derby County v Man United: FA Cup Preview.


Will the FA Cup provide a welcome relief for Louis van Gaal or will it add to his woes?

Both Man United and Derby County will set their sights on the diversion of the FA Cup 4th round from their league campaigns as both teams had a torrid time last time out. Read the full story

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The greatest most successful British football manager is?!


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Born 26th: May 1909
Management Career: Manchester United
Major Honours: European Cup 1968

When Matt Busby took over at Manchester United in 1945 their stadium was a bombed – out wreck and the club was bankrupt. Busby had been expected to coach Liverpool, the side he had played for, but the Scot had also played for Manchester City, and perhaps due to his fondness for Manchester, it was United that he chose to manage. That decision was the turning point in United’s history. During Busby’s 26- year reign at Old Trafford they won five Championships and were runners – up seven times. Were victors in two FA Cup finals and lifted the European cup once, having appeared in four European Cup semi – finals. Read the full story

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