FA Cup 2017/18


#182

Dispossessed 20 times in the first half apparently. But United fans are happy with his first performance.


#183

Well he assisted two goals to be fair did he not? :eyes: I know it’s en vogue to knock the guy at every given opportunity now he’s left us but he still had a fairly decent debut


#184

One assist.

Decent enough but not a man of the match performance


#185

I’m not knocking him at all, I think he’s a quality player who’ll be even better for United than he was for us. They’re a much more tactically drilled team so him being dispossessed is not likely to have too big of an impact on them as they’re an organised unit.

I didn’t watch the game just read that he’s been dispossessed and most of my United fan friends are happy with his debut.


#186

He did play well tbf. Gonna be a great signing for them.


#187

As I’ve said one of the top 5 players in the Premier League, great signing for United.


#188

It was Yeovil, tbh.


#189

Feels like an international break this weekend ffs


#190

We’ve always been involved in the 4th round stage since Arsenal began way back in 1996


#191

Di Maria was a waste of money for Man U but had never played in the PL before.
Sanchez is proven in this league and is an experienced top quality player.
I just hope he and Mourinho, and possibly other players, don’t get on, and we see the same sort of friction he made here.

I think playing for us, and then becoming the highest paid player in the PL at Man U, with Mourinho as his manager, will probably be enough to make sure he won’t get a standing ovation from the spurs supporters :wink:


#192

Leicester are through after thrashing Peterborough. With the squad they have and their position in the league, they can focus on the cup.


#193

Bramall and Jenkinson both starting for Birmingham today. They’ve hardly had any game time during their loan spell.


#194

A few Prem sides could exit in this round, West Brom and Newcastle obviously, but also I reckon Brighton and West Ham might go to


#195

Hull, Brighton, Coventry, Sheffield United, Southampton and Wigan are through, while Huddersfield, Millwall and Swansea go to the replay. Tottenham and then Liverpool now.


#196

Newport had to score that ! :woman_facepalming:t2:


#197

You can’t see it that well in this video but Masuaku was sent off for spitting. On BT Sport, the panel were furious - saying he should get a long ban and that it’s worse than punching someone in the face


#198

Vile that and should get a lengthy ban.


#199

Newport!!!


#200

Get in!


#201

The goalscorer is a former Shamrock Rovers player. :sunglasses: