Alert: Premier League: Manchester United v Everton - Feb 10 [R]

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  1. pgr17

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    Venue: Old Trafford​
    Date: Sunday February 10, 2013​
    Kick-off: 11:00AM EST; 16:00 GMT​
    Coverage: FSC HD; SkySports 1HD/3D​
    ESPN HD Latin, J Sports 2; streams/P2P​
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  2. SyedZada

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    9 points clear, Everton at home, what can go wrong ;)
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  3. benni...

    benni... scream @ me.

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    DDG

    Smalling
    Rio
    Vidic
    Evra

    Nani
    Scholes/Anderson
    Carrick
    Kagawa

    Rooney

    RVP

    Wouldnt be surprised if SAF went with Scholes Giggs, or Scholes and one of Anderson and Cleverley.
  4. Invincible

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    Why the hell are we playing this game on Sunday?


  5. Futbol_Head

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    This game could be trouble if we go in already prepping for Madrid... No mercy.
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  6. pgr17

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    because it is live on Sky Sports:

  7. Numquam Moribimur

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    Bc of Sky Sports ...it's lovely innit
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  8. LA. MAN UNITED

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    Someone needs to knock Fellaini the fck out....*

    *without getting sent off*
  9. sdotsom

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    Well Fellaini knocks people out without getting sent off all the time, it's time he got his..
  10. Father Ted

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    The midweek internationals and the Real game coming up could be factors. Cheech and Kagawa went 90 plus long travel. Rooney, Smalling & Evra also went 90. Valencia 88, Nani 77, Welbeck 60. Cleverly, Evans & RVP went 45.

    Sir Alex says Young is back and Jones is ok so we might see them start.
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  12. Cevno

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  13. urbnzy

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    Let's just wait for the City match to end because their results will influence the team tomorrow.
  14. SyedZada

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    Something tells me Nani won't play against Madrid
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    Not likely at all. Particularly for the away game. Maybe could feature at OT in the 2nd leg.
  16. Karloski

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    I know the league is the number 1 priority, but after todays City result, and given the amount of days before players have to travel to Spain....it is sensible to rest certain players and if necessary most of our important players. We have a big enough squad that has proved enough, for me to say, that even with a B team tomorrow we could still get the win and have rested players for Wednesday. We're big underdogs in the week, but let's at least give ourselves a chance.
  17. SyedZada

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    Cant win CL, lets win the league.
  18. Karloski

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    No, but that doesn't mean we should not do everything we can to help put on decent performances, or get as far as we can.

    We can still beat Everton at home with a B team, and have a couple of the better players on the bench in case.
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    Dont agree, put a team out to win the game first and foremost, deal CL later.
  20. Karloski

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    Well, we'll see who Sir Alex agrees with tomorrow.
  21. SyedZada

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    Have not agree to him for a long time so :D
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    Changing the 11 completely might have us weak in midfield(if we're saving the best for the Bernabeu).
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    We're always weak in midfield. Apparently SAF doesn't see that area as important to winning games.
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    Carrick will play unless we try to kill Everton with mobility of Anderson Cleverley.
  25. jeff070

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    What I gather we'll lineup with Madrid in mind:

    De Gea

    Smalling
    Rio
    Vidic
    Evra

    Valencia
    Cleverley
    Anderson
    Youn

    Welbeck
    Chicharito

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