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Looking purely at attacking statistics, Yohan Cabaye has to be regarded as an underachiever at Crystal Palace last season. The France Euro 2016 finalist scored only five goals (three of which penalties) and registered a solitary assist in 33 Premier League appearances. Supporters may have been more expectant of performances on par with Cabaye’s final season at Newcastle, when he contributed seven goals (none penalties) and two assists in just 19 games before being sold to PSG.
One of the main problems for Cabaye is that rarely was he used in an attacking midfield capacity, instead being asked to attempt to orchestrate play from deep positions as one of the two midfield protectors in front of the back four. Manager Alan Pardew is certainly not hanging about when it comes to bringing in new recruits this summer, with Steve Mandanda, James Tomkins and Andros Townsend already through the Selhurst Park door. However, there is one more available player that Palace should be considering to not only enhance their prospects of a top-half Premier League finish this season, but also ensure that the Eagles see a greater return from Cabaye. Brazilian midfielder Hernanes is thought to be available on loan from Juventus and his unique set of attributes would initially appear to be an ideal fit with the other players in the Palace squad. Where he is effective is with his passing range with both feet, his accuracy in feeding other creative players and dictating the tempo of a game. He is best fit into a 4-3-3 system with a reliable holding presence behind him and three straight seasons with Lazio registering double-figure tallies for goals across all competitions showcase a decent attacking threat. Palace have the personnel to get the most from Hernanes, with he and Cabaye given a bit more freedom in midfield and the Frenchman having the licence to play closer to the opposing penalty box. The directness of Yannick Bolasie, Wilfried Zaha, Jason Puncheon and Townsend in the wide areas would give the pair plenty of out-balls, while some protection would exist from the third midfielder, whether this be Mile Jedinak, James McArthur or Joe Ledley. Hernanes would represent somewhat of a risk and the quicker tempo of the Premier League over Serie A is not certain to play to his strengths, but on a loan deal, the rewards for Palace could be sizeable.
After all, only three teams completed fewer passes in the top flight last term than the Eagles. The football season is fast approaching and while Euro 2016 may be coming to a conclusion, teams around the country are getting prepared with a few friendlies.
Roberto Di Matteo had the privilege of being able to bring on Stiliyan Petrov for the second half of Aston Villa’s friendly with Austrian club Gak. The Bulgarian hadn’t played for four years as he battled bravely against leukaemia, but is stepping up his return to fitness after beating the illness.
Former Everton, Portsmouth and Middlesbrough striker Yakubu played 60 minutes for National League side Boreham Wood against Reading.
The Nigerian was last seen playing professionally in Turkey, but is thought to live closeby to the Wood and had a run out against another of his former teams.
Yakubu was unable to get on the scoresheet as Reading won 5-0 and the club are unconvinced that they’ll be able to sign the striker permanently. The German was able to show off Loris Karius, Joel Matip and Sadio Mane to supporters in the pre-season encounter, but it was a familiar face that settled the match. Danny Ings scored the only goal of the game as the Reds fielded two separate XIs in the first and second halves. Manchester United Champions League prospects: Where can MUFC pick up the points for top four finish? Man Utd are three points off the Premier League's top four with nine games remaining this season. Manchester Uniteda€™s defeat to West Brom left Louis van Gaala€™s side sixth in the Premier League table and facing another season outside the Champions League places.
Manchester City away (March 20) As it stands, Uniteda€™s best hope of getting into the top four is by catching City or Arsenal.
Crystal Palace home (TBA) Palace are on an awful run and havena€™t won in the league since December. Everton home (April 3) Everton have been below par this season and might not have much to play for when they visit Old Trafford a€“ apart from Roberto Martineza€™s future. Tottenham away (April 10) United have a good record at White Hart Lane but Tottenham are in the middle of a title challenge.
West Ham away (TBA) Another tricky trip and Uniteda€™s away record under Van Gaala€™s isna€™t good. Leicester home (May 1) When the fixtures came out in the summer you would have thought Leicester would be in a relegation scrap in May. Norwich away (May 7) Uniteda€™s last two games look favourable, but their record this season against teams in the bottom seven is poor. Bournemouth home (May 15) After their win at Newcastle on Saturday, Bournemouth are 11 points clear of the relegation places. Southampton manager Claude Puel has revealed that there is nothing certain about Jay Rodriguez's future at the club. Crystal Palace are plotting a shock loan move for unwanted Liverpool defender Mamadou Sakho, according to the Croydon Advertiser. The 20-year-old is said to be edging closer to a ?25m move to Manchester and certainly has the talent and potential to replace Rio Ferdinand in the heart of the United defence. Bolstering his defence is recognised as a priority by the Dutch boss, with the team conceding 21 times this season, the highest amount of the top four clubs. However, there is a lot of potential there and if Van Gaal lands his top targets, having Laporte, Hummels, summer signing Marcos Rojo, Phil Jones, Chris Smalling and Jonny Evans to choose from will make his side a formidable force, considering the amount of attacking talent they have.
Laporte has made 81 first team appearances for Bilbao, across all competitions, netting twice in La Liga, and crucially has Champions League experience. United will wear their white away kit in next month's FA Cup final against Crystal Palace after being named the 'away' team in the 21 May showpiece. The Reds lost a coin toss which means we will don our changed strip of white shirts, black shorts and white socks while the Eagles will play in their traditional red and blue stripes at Wembley. United reverted to their traditional red shirts for the replay- settled by Lee Martin's goal- which gave the Old Trafford side a first trophy of the glorious Sir Alex era. The club's first ever outing in the kit came in 1909 when the Reds beat Bristol City in the FA Cup, and then had to wait until the 1957 final to wear white again, on that occasion we were narrowly beaten by Aston Villa.
Arch rivals Liverpool beat the whitened Reds in the 1983 League Cup before that most famous outing in 1990's aforementioned final against the Eagles.
Barcelona have also figured prominently in finals where United have worn white- with decidely mixed results. The season after the win over Palace, United famously triumphed over the Catalan giants in Rotterdam in the Cup Winners Cup, with a brace from Sparky Hughes.
There has been criticism however, when fans were sent white T-shirt by United and asked to create a "Wall of White" at Anfield for the Europa League match at Liverpool, who went on to knock us out (sorry for mentioning it) in our first ever European meeting with the Merseysiders. United manager Louis van Gaal has warned champions elect Leicester City that his players will not allow the Foxes to win the Premier League title at Old Trafford on Sunday. In a truly romantic tale for all sports fans, a side who narrowly avoided the drop last term have come back as underdogs and played with a spirit and unwavering commitment that has taken them to the brink of a first ever top flight title.
Bastian Schweinsteiger, Luke Shaw and Will Keane are all still sidelined due to injury with Adnan Januzaj also absent, whilst Andreas Pereira could be in contention having not featured for the Under 21s squad. The young players in the United side inevitably garner much of the attention and why not when they play like they did on Saturday?
Matchwinner Anthony Martial has enjoyed a brilliant first season in England and was already a fans favourite before his late, late winner set up the final with Crystal Palace. Even though he is still only 20, he was only the third youngest member of the Reds side with Tim Fosu-Mensah and Marcus Rashford also involved. Sprinkling a senior side with kids barely out of their teens is one thing but there must be older and wiser heads around to steady the ship too.The right blend of youth and experience is universally acknowledged as the recipe for success and it has been interesting to hear Fosu-Mensah consistently reference the assistance he receives from his elder colleagues. Michael Carrick, Wayne Rooney and Marouane Fellaini provided the know-how in the middle of the park and enabled the attacking trio to express themselves on the big stage. Jesse Lingard may be a relative veteran at 23 but this is still his first season in the senior side in the top flight so he lacks experience and, on the other hand, Daley Blind is 26 but plays with a maturity far beyond his years. When Palace provided the opposition in the 1990 final, there were no teenagers on show for Alex Ferguson's side.Mark Robins, at 20, was the youngest Red involved when coming off the bench in the 3-3 draw but replay hero Lee Martin was the most youthful starter having turned 22 the previous February. Better comparisons can be made with the 1995 and 1996 finals, when Sir Alex was starting to introduce some of his exciting homegrown products into his line-up.

Gary Neville and Nicky Butt started the 1-0 defeat to Everton in 1995, whilst Paul Scholes and an already established Ryan Giggs (21) came off the bench.A year later, when Liverpool were beaten by the same scoreline, Phil Neville, David Beckham and Butt were in the XI with Gary Neville and Scholes as substitutes.
When Alan Hansen decreed that you win nothing with kids at the start of that season, he probably did have a point despite underestimating the vast potential of United's youth-team talent. Eric Cantona was that side's leader and there was great experience, nous and character in the likes of Peter Schmeichel, Gary Pallister and Steve Bruce although the latter missed the 96 final. If United are to lift the famous trophy for a 12th time next month, the youngsters and established stars will, once again, look to handle the big occasion and another test of nerve.
Enjoying such highs must only whet the appetite for further success as it did during SAF's glorious tenure.None of United's current squad have won the cup with the Reds (Juan Mata did with Chelsea) so there will be great elation among those who have lost finals- the aforementioned trio of Carrick, Rooney and Fellaini. It was not quite Best, Law and Charlton, but at times in the first half at Wembley, United's youthful attacking trio proved to be unstoppable. A game that ebbed and flowed superbly throughout was concluded by an injury-time goal from a player whose importance to his club grows by the second. Step forward Anthony Martial, the latest entry on the roll call of Manchester United caveats.
Despite Everton's brave and creditable comeback, with Martial in the side the Reds always had a chance.Together with Marcus Rashford and Jesse Lingard- who was wasteful but otherwise excellent- Martial was superb all game. No doubt Louis van Gaal will take credit for their performance, congratulating himself on nurturing their talent and promoting them but at the start of the season it was not their names that he had anticipated seeing on the team sheet, having spent £20 million or so on Memphis Depay. There is no doubt that the Dutchman has been blessed by their emergence, blessed by their effortless coherence, blessed by their energetic effervescence. Like all good things in football and indeed in life, it is circumstance and serendipity that helped deliver United's first FA Cup final for nine years. His intelligence and quick-witted reading of the game allowed him to exploit the pace of those in front of him- there was no issue with his own physicality, when he could exploit the speed and verve of the younger legs ahead of him. Louis van Gaal must have run out of ways to thank his Spanish stopper after the number of times De Gea has maintained his manager in his job this term.
But even by his standards, that penalty save was extraordinary and possibly his best to date in a United shirt. This brilliant game probably, in truth, deserved extra-time, but then came a goal worthy of a return here in May. United manager Louis van Gaal has been surrounded by constant speculation about his Old Trafford future- but the dramatic conclusion at Wembley means he still retains hope of winning a trophy at every club he has been at. The 64-year-old said he was not willing to discuss his future beyond the end of the current campaign, although he did hint there were talks planned with his board. With Jose Mourinho still waiting in the wings, Van Gaal said:"I'm not looking beyond this competition- you cannot look too far ahead as we live in the present. Excellent in the first half and ragged for much of the second but yet- as we have done throughout much of this FA Cup campaign, Van Gaal's side got the job done and are through to a first final since 2007. Whether he survives as United manager or not, he will have the chance to make sure the Reds have silverware to remember him by. With England manager Roy Hodgson looking on, his international captain Wayne Rooney showed his class- and perhaps his future- in a deep-lying midfield role behind United's attack.
In the opening half especially, afford time and space by a timid Everton, Rooney not only showed his full range of passes to create chances and dictate the game, he even showed his energy to sprint the length of the field and clear Lukaku's early effort off the line.
Rooney's place in England's attack has come under increasing scrutiny with the emergency of Tottenham's Harry Kane and Jamie Vardy as potential rivals, but this was the sort of performance that might just give Hodgson food for thought as he makes his plans for the Euros. United will face Crystal Palace or Watford in a 19th FA Cup final after Anthony Martial's late, late winner at Wembley. Marouane Fellaini had put Louis van Gaal's side ahead in a dominant first half but- after David de Gea saved a Romelu Lukaku penalty- Chris Smalling's own goal pegged the Reds back and looked set to have forced extra-time. However Martial latched on to substitute Ander Herrera's through ball to take a touch and slide a composed finish past Joel Robles in the third minute of stoppage time to send United's travelling supporters into ecstasy. United created the majority of the early openings but, in Lukaku, Everton had a pacy and powerful outlet and it was the Belgian who went closest after ten minutes. Wayne Rooney, playing in a deep midfield role, ran the length of the field to head off the line after Lukaku had rounded De Gea and clipped goalwards from a tight angle. Marcos Rojo headed wide, Jesse Lingard had a shot saved by the sprawling Robles and Rashford also went close from Fellaini's knock down in an increasingly frenetic contest. Martial should have done better when put through by Lingard, but the Reds did not rue that miss and deservedly went ahead eleven minutes shy of the interval.
Martial burst towards the touchline, skipped past Muhammad Besic and pulled the ball back for Fellaini to steer home from close range against his former team.
De Gea dived brilliantly to his right to palm Lukaku's spot-kick away and United continued to be indebted to the Spaniard as Martinez's men then came on strong.
Barkely lashed an effort wide, former United man Tom Cleverley was kept out by De Gea whom then thwarted substitute Gerard Deulofeu with a superb stop.
Everton continued to press and finally got a foothold when Deulofeu's cross was inadvertently turned into his own net by the stretching Smalling with 15 minutes to play. It looked like extra-time would be needed, but the Reds never-say-die spirit made sure that would not be the case, as, three minutes into added time, Martial latched on to Herrera's poked through ball to send his side into next month's showpiece. As United pursue a first FA Cup final for nine years, two of the key attacking men have very different experience of the world's oldest domestic competition. Wayne Rooney is a Wembley veteran, but Marcus Rashford appears likely to make his debut at the national stadium.After playing together for the first time against Villa and then Palace, the duo may prove pivotal in ensuring the Reds set up a return date in the capital on 21 May.
In total, the 30 year old has appeared seven times at Wembley in United colours so when he lines up against his former club it will be his 40th outing beneath the arch. If you had told him, or anyone else, after his Man of the Match display in the 2005 final against Arsenal that he'd still be waiting for a maiden Cup win, it would have been something of a surprise.
By contrast, 18 year old Rashford has yet to play at Wembley and his memories of the competition obviously pale into comparison.Rooney attended the 1995 final as a fan of his boyhood side, when Everton beat United 1-0, but Rashford was probably still in nappies when United overcame Newcastle to seal the second leg of the Treble in 1999. The Mancunian striker was only six when the Reds last won the FA Cup and so will have only the sketchiest memories of the club's success in the competition.
Yet, as a raw teenager, he may get the chance to become a hero and continue to carve his name into United folklore.His sublime strike at West Ham helped set up the semi final with Everton and the expansive Wembley pitch could provide numerous opportunities to exploit his explosive pace- especially against what looks to be a makeshift Toffees backline.
Whether Rooney or Rashford end up being influential on the big stage this weekend remains to be seen, but both will be extremely motivated to ensure the team lines up another day to remember at Wembley. Everton and United (the Reds are the 'away' side) will meet in the FA Cup for the 12th time in total and a third occasion at the semi-final stage. Both clubs will be keen to mark difficult campaigns- for differing reasons- with a trophy and it was the Toffees- then managed by a David Moyes- whom knocked the Reds at the same stage in 2009.
United go into this last four tie (our 28th FA Cup semi final) off the back of five wins in six- including a victory over the out of form Toffees- and battled past West Ham at Upton Park just over a week ago to reach this stage. Morale will have been boosted by Wednesday's win- that left United within touching distance of the top four- whilst Everton slumped to an "embarrassing" 4-0 loss at Anfield to pile the pressure on under fire manager Roberto Martinez.
Luke Shaw, Bastian Schweinsteiger, Adnan Januzaj and Will Keane are likely to be the only absentees as Louis van Gaal has an otherwise fully fit squad to pick from.
Chris Smalling picked up a knock on Wednesday but the centre-back confirmed his fitness and looks set to start at Wembley. For Everton, centre-half Ramiro Funes Mori is suspended, Seamus Coleman is injured and Phil Jagielka, Gareth Barry and John Stones will face late fitness tests. This was a match that United simply had to win and they easily managed to get the job done thanks, partly, to an inferior Palace side who have yet to secure top flight safety. The Reds were everything their visitors were not-bright, creative, energetic, pacy and hungry.
United still face difficult tests against leaders Leicester (home), West Ham (away) and must also travel to a Norwich side fighting for their Premier League lives before we end the league season at home to Bournemouth. There have been others- tantalising glimpses like the 3-0 at Everton, the home win over Arsenal and the derby day victory at the Etihad.
This result, over a Crystal Palace outfit who showed next to no ambition wasn't as eye catching but it was a professional job done and there were at least promising signs of life.
It was as if he was determined to play his part after calling for his team to step up a notch after another pedestrian performance on Saturday.

The first half alone saw seven shots- six on target- an early goal and 62% possession.It was entertainment, LVG style. The trouble with almost every other good United performance this season has been that it's been swiftly followed by an awful one. United moved to within two points of third placed City and kept the league campaign on track with a comfortable victory over lacklustre Palace. Both sides have an FA Cup semi-final at the weekend and Louis van Gaal's side warmed up for the Wembley meeting with Everton with a dominant win.
Palace are yet to mathematically secure Premier League safety and the visitors got off to a poor start inside the opening five minutes.
Manchester City closed the gap on Arsenal and Leicester City at the top of the Premier League with a 4-0 win over Crystal Palace. Fabian Delph gave the hosts the lead with a rocket from distance, before Sergio Aguero’s deflected effort doubled the lead. Aguero then grabbed a second after the break, before David Silva finished off a comfortable win for Manuel Pellegrini’s side. City now sit third and just a point off the top, whilst Palace drop to eighth after their third straight loss. Arsenal failed to extend their lead at the top on Sunday with a 0-0 draw with Stoke at the Britannia Stadium. Petr Cech kept out any home efforts, denying Joselu and Jon Walters, who had a header cleared off the line, whilst Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain was stopped by Jack Butland at the other end. Stoke stay seventh, whilst the Gunners remain top on goal difference, level on points with Leicester, who drew 1-1 at bottom side Aston Villa. Shinji Okazaki squeezed the ball over the line to give the Foxes the lead before Mark Bunn saved Riyad Mahrez’s spot kick. Claudio Ranieri’s side were made to pay for that miss when Rudy Gestede’s deflected strike sailed into the net past Kasper Schmeichel. Remi Garde’s side remain bottom, nine points from safety, whereas Leicester stay second but are now just a point ahead of third-placed Manchester City. In the big North-West derby, it was Manchester United who came out on top, beating Liverpool 1-0 at Anfield. Wayne Rooney’s finish from close range, after Marouane Fellaini headed against the bar with 12 minutes remaining, was enough for the visitors to complete the double over their rivals this season.
Louis van Gaal’s side are now up to fifth, two points adrift of the top-four, whilst Liverpool are ninth and without a win in their last three league matches. Spurs maintained their top-four challenge and outside title challenge with a 4-1 win over Sunderland at White Hart Lane. Patrick van Aanholt gave the visitors the lead but just a minute later Christian Eriksen equalised after Jordan Pickford, on his Premier League debut, had done well to deny Harry Kane. Mousa Dembele put the home side ahead in the second-half, before another Eriksen strike and a Kane penalty sealed the win. Mauricio Pochettino’s side stay fourth and five points behind the top-two, while Sunderland slip to 19th and are now three points from safety. On Monday night, Swansea grabbed a crucial three points by beating Watford 1-0 at the Liberty in front of new head coach Francesco Guidolin. Ashley Williams’ first half header was enough to hold off the Hornets and ensure they stayed a point above the bottom-three. Goals from Ayoze Perez and Georginio Wijnaldum put the Magpies 2-0 up after just 15 minutes and, despite a Nikica Jelavic goal after the break, they held on for an important victory. Steve McClaren’s side remain in the bottom-three and a point from safety, whilst the Hammers slip to sixth after their eight-match unbeaten run came to an end. A controversial equaliser deep into stoppage time meant Chelsea and Everton played out the third 3-3 draw of the week at Stamford Bridge. The flurry of goals didn’t begin until early in the second-half when John Terry put through his own net and Kevin Mirallas struck to put the Toffees 2-0 up. Two goals in two minutes though, through Diego Costa and Cesc Fabregas, had Guus Hiddink’s side level and on the front foot.
But the visitors thought they’d won it when Ramiro Funes Mori struck in injury time, only for Terry to back-heel home from an offside position in the 98th minuet to snatch a draw. The champions have now drawn four of their last five matches and stay 14th, four points clear of the drop, whilst Everton are now 11th after their third successive draw. Bournemouth beat Norwich 3-0 at the Vitality Stadium to end a run of four matches without a win.
Dan Gosling gave the Cherries the lead after 10 minutes, before a Charlie Daniels penalty and a debut goal from Benik Afobe wrapped up the points in the second-half. At St Mary’s, Southampton recorded their second home victory in a week as they comfortably beat West Brom 3-0. A James Ward-Prowse double in the first-half had the home side ahead at the break, before Dusan Tadic sealed things in the second period. Saints move up to 10th, seven points behind fifth-placed Manchester United, whilst Albion are 13th and just six points above the bottom-three. Links with a ?30m move for Christian Benteke to solve their clear need for a reliable goalscorer refuse to die down either. He is not a natural fit as a number 10 because of his difficulties playing with his back to goal, he is not a deep-lying playmaker because of weaknesses with the defensive side of his game and he is not the most energetic to be asked to perform box-to-box duties. Following the 1-0 defeat at the Hawthorns, the Dutchman said United now need 27 points from their final nine games to finish in the top four. City have lost three of their last four Premier League games and will have the distraction of a Champions League quarter-final when they finish the job against Dynamo Kiev.
The game at Selhurst Park finished in a 0-0 draw but United couldna€™t afford to drop points against Alan Pardewa€™s side at Old Trafford. United were comfortable 3-0 winners at Goodison Park in October after one of the best performances of the season. Villa could already be relegated by the time they arrive at Old Trafford and even if theya€™re not, United will be heavy favourites.
Theya€™ve only won one of their last eight league games away from Old Trafford while West Ham have lost just twice at Upton Park all season a€“ both in August. Instead, a win at Old Trafford could secure the most unlikely of titles with only two games left to play. Norwich have already won at Old Trafford but theya€™ve lost nine of their last 10 games in all competitions. If theya€™re already safe their fans might turn up at Old Trafford ready for a party on the final day. A boyhood fan of the Red Devils, Laporte has become a mainstay in the Bilbao back four and has earned three call-ups to the French national squad. He has been left frustrated by his current crop of defenders’ injury troubles and failure to gel effectively. Good news for United fans is that he wasn’t part of the squad which beat the club in both Europa League legs in the knockout stage in 2012.
Coral Interactive (Gibraltar) Limited’s address is Suite 711, 1st Floor, Europort, Europort Road, Gibraltar GX11 1AA. But if United lose at the Etihad Stadium, the gap between the two would be nine points if City win at Norwich on Saturday while United are on FA Cup duty. Coral Interactive (Gibraltar) Limited is licensed by the Government of Gibraltar & regulated by the Gibraltar Gambling Commissioner (RGL 059 & 060). But with the Premier League champions likely to need fewer than the usual 80 points this season, the mark for a place in the top four could drop below 70.

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