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    eaststanderC
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    Point taken ,but by then they should be like caged lions baying for blood :angry: and injury free.

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    jimmycjimmyc
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    Point taken ,but by then they should be like caged lions baying for blood :angry: and injury free.

    Lol – Maybe you should be in the dressing room at half time giving the players that pep talk :cheer:

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    The EggThe Egg
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    2 – 1 to Huddersfield with 10 to go.

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    And how much stick would Bob get if he put out most of the first team in the cup and a few of them got injured? Plenty, I would think.

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    horchorc
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    If he plays the fringe players, and they progress through, will he play the first choice eleven in the QF?
    What if we somehow we get to the final using the 2nd string players, would he play those that got us there.
    It would be strange to see a reserve side trying to compete in the FA Cup Final?

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    jrfatfanjrfatfan
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    If he plays the fringe players, and they progress through, will he play the first choice eleven in the QF?
    What if we somehow we get to the final using the 2nd string players, would he play those that got us there.
    It would be strange to see a reserve side trying to compete in the FA Cup Final?

    You’ll never win anything by playing kids……….oh hang on a minute… :whistle:

    From Matlock to ManU
    What a journey!

    #103252
    Douglas BankHenry Peacock
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    I expect Martinez to select three or four regular first team players, and at least one in defence. Something like this;

    Al Habsi
    Scharner Golobart Figueroa
    Stam Jones McArthur Espinoza
    Henriquez Gomez McManaman

    Di Santo and Kone on the bench to provide help, if necessary, for a win.

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    The EggThe Egg
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    I expect Martinez to select three or four regular first team players, and at least one in defence. Something like this;

    Al Habsi
    Scharner Golobart Figueroa
    Stam Jones McArthur Espinoza
    Henriquez Gomez McManaman

    Di Santo and Kone on the bench to provide help, if necessary, for a win.

    Quite happy with that side. I’d possibly swap Figueroa with someone like Lopez and push him into the LWB role with Espinoza moving inside to give McArthur a rest.

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    thty5yearswafctrevor hoy
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    give McArthur a rest.

    expect complaints from the darkside :whistle: :whistle:

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    The EggThe Egg
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    give McArthur a rest.

    expect complaints from the darkside :whistle: :whistle:

    Bring them on :lol:

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    Douglas BankHenry Peacock
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    The FA should have made the national arena accessible to all fans by building it in a central location – somewhere in the Midlands. It’s unfair to require fans from the north to travel to club – and national – events in London. Unless the FA are prepared to include travel in the cost of a ticket!

    All the play offs now go to Wembley – but in 2012 there was only one London team;
    Blackpool v West Ham United
    Huddersfield Town v Sheffield United
    Cheltenham Town v Crewe Alexandra
    Luton Town v York City

    Even the Championship play off did not fill Wembley. Blackpool did not sell all their tickets – though West Ham obviously wanted more. The League One play off attracted 52,100 – perhaps more would have gone to Old Trafford. I’m sure Cheltenham and Crewe fans, and Luton and York fans, would have enjoyed a trip to the Midlands – Nottingham, Derby or Aston Villa would be candidates.

    In 2012, a Wembley FA Cup semi-final for Tottenham v Chelsea suited the fans. It did not suit the fans for other game Liverpool v Everton. The year before, Manchester City played Manchester United and Bolton played Stoke.

    The FA operate Wembley for their own financial benefit, not for the convenience of the fans. I am reluctant to add to their coffers.

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    The FA should have made the national arena accessible to all fans by building it in a central location – somewhere in the Midlands. It’s unfair to require fans from the north to travel to club – and national – events in London. Unless the FA are prepared to include travel in the cost of a ticket!

    All the play offs now go to Wembley – but in 2012 there was only one London team;
    Blackpool v West Ham United
    Huddersfield Town v Sheffield United
    Cheltenham Town v Crewe Alexandra
    Luton Town v York City

    Even the Championship play off did not fill Wembley. Blackpool did not sell all their tickets – though West Ham obviously wanted more. The League One play off attracted 52,100 – perhaps more would have gone to Old Trafford. I’m sure Cheltenham and Crewe fans, and Luton and York fans, would have enjoyed a trip to the Midlands – Nottingham, Derby or Aston Villa would be candidates.

    In 2012, a Wembley FA Cup semi-final for Tottenham v Chelsea suited the fans. It did not suit the fans for other game Liverpool v Everton. The year before, Manchester City played Manchester United and Bolton played Stoke.

    The FA operate Wembley for their own financial benefit, not for the convenience of the fans. I am reluctant to add to their coffers.

    FA stands for F**king Arseholes

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