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With the sides above them all playing each other in a mouth-watering Sunday programme, United could have closed to within three points of fourth-placed Manchester City but the gloom that has enveloped them most of the season returned as their hopes of Champions League qualification receded. Sunderland remain second from bottom but with the Newcastle United, Swansea City and Bournemouth losing and Norwich City surrendering a two-goal lead against West Ham United, their hopes of avoiding relegation rose. Newcastle were thumped 5-1 at Chelsea in the late kickoff as the champions produced their best performance of a poor league season to extend their unbeaten run in all competitions to 12 since Guus Hiddink replaced sacked Jose Mourinho. Pedro scored twice for Chelsea, while Diego Costa, Willian and Bertrand Traore also punished a wide-open Newcastle defence to leave the north east club back in the bottom three on goal difference below Norwich who drew 2-2 with West Ham United.
Norwich, on a run of five consecutive defeats, led 2-0 with second-half goals from Robbie Brady and Wes Hoolahan but their leaky rearguard buckled again and Dimitri Payet and Mark Noble earned West Ham a point. West Ham could have moved above Manchester United into fifth spot with a win but dropped to seventh, below Southampton after they beat Swansea 1-0 in south Wales.
United have 41 points and look destined for a battle for a Europa League place with Southampton and West Ham who have 40.
West Bromwich Albion eased their relegation fears, winning 1-0 at mid-table Everton, but Bournemouth’s 3-1 home defeat by Stoke City left the south coast club in 15th place and four points above third-from-bottom Newcastle United. Emmanuel Adebayor scored his first goal since joining Crystal Palace but could not prevent a sixth defeat in seven matches for Alan Pardew’s side who lost 2-1 at home to Watford.
Attention turns to the title race on Sunday when leaders Leicester City try and consolidate their five-point advantage at third-placed Arsenal before fourth-placed Manchester City host second-placed Tottenham Hotspur. Michael Carrick heaped praise on David De Gea after United booked their place in the semi-finals of the FA Cup. Goals from Marcus Rashford and Marouane Fellaini earned United a 2-1 win over West Ham at Upton Park and secured a date with Everton at Wembley on April 23. But Carrick was keen to talk up De Gea after the final whistle after the Spanish goalkeeper made a string of saves during a tense final 10 minutes after James Tomkins had pulled a goal back for West Ham. United produced an inspired display to beat West Ham and reach the semi finals of the FA Cup. Louis van Gaal’s side set up a Wembley date with Everton on April 23 after the 2-1 victory in the replay at the Boleyn Ground. Goals from Marcus Rashford and Marouane Fellaini were enough to see the Reds past West Ham despite a nervous finish to the game following James Tomkins’ late headed goal. But it was a thoroughly deserved win with impressive displays from Anthony Martial, Timothy Fosu-Mensah and even Marouane Fellaini getting plenty of praise from United’s fans. Louis van Gaal has explained he reverted to a three-man Manchester United midfield to counter West Ham’s physicality. For the first time this season, United lined up in a 4-3-3 formation with Michael Carrick at the base of a midfield triangle and Ander Herrera and Marouane Fellaini ahead of him. The trio combined effectively during the spring last season, when United beat Tottenham, Liverpool and City, and their collaboration helped United qualify for the FA Cup semi-finals.
West Ham advised Louis van Gaal and Manchester United not to be late for their FA Cup tie with an impudent pre-match tweet.
For the first time this season, United started in a 4-3-3 formation and produced a performance their supporters could boast about. Pacy, purposeful and powerful, United’s players were more assured and enterprising in the system they played their best football in under Van Gaal last season.


FORMER Liverpool and England striker Emile Heskey insists Manchester United will not qualify for the Champions League in the next five years.
The Red Devils slumped to a seventh placed finish last year and have had a woeful start to their campaign this season.An opening-day defeat to Swansea and a 4-0 demolition by League One MK Dons in the Capital One Cup, added to league draws with Burnley and Sunderland mean Louis van Gaal is still searching for his first win as Old Trafford boss. Radamel Falcao, Angel di Maria, Luke Shaw, Ander Herrera, Marcos Rojo and Daley Blind all moved to Old Trafford this summer and the United overhaul looks set to continue in January with Kevin Strootman and Mats Hummels bids lined up.
ARSENE WENGER has hit back at claims he has been forced to panic buy before the transfer window slams shut on Wednesday.
LIVERPOOL have made an ?11m bid for Borussia Dortmund’s teenage sensation Christian Pulisic. If I was putting money on it, I would say Tottenham and Arsenal are the main contenders, just because Tottenham are now looking pretty strong under AVB, and Arsenal have never finished outside the top four, at least not recently. Whilst there have been flashes of promise, Arsenal have broadly speaking had a poor opening quarter of the season.
They’ve got four massive derby games coming up against QPR, Man Utd, Fulham and Tottenham, that they have to win at least three of to inspire some confidence and get back into the driving seat.
The Spurs need to take the momentum they had before the Chelsea game, winning four Prem matches on the spin, into their next few games. I’ve noticed in a lot of games AVB likes to line-up with an attacking 4-5-1, with Defoe on his own up front.
My more unreserved verdict for who will get fourth place will depend on whether Wenger invests ?30 million+ in January on Arsenal’s defence and a holding midfielder, whether Everton can stay 4th with tricky games in the next couple of months or so, and whether AVB signs a striker.
I nearly went for Tottenham there, so I think they’ll narrowly miss out, Everton a few points behind. About getting them to the top four over the next five years, the author clearly stated that it was a gamble but it should be taken. To be fair, I criticize Wenger for trying to make a silk purse out of a pig’s ear when sometimes they can just buy a silk purse in the first place, but getting in the Champions League every year proves that he does, to some degree get the results. The Old Trafford museum staff in the Sir Alex Ferguson Stand might still require the silver polish. I think it’s pretty obvious that Chelsea, United and City will make up the top three and will finish approximately 10 points above the rest. But then David Moyes has kept the likes of Baines and Fellaini happy at Everton when either of them could quite easily get into the team of a title-winning team, like Man Utd or Chelsea. Playing the likes of Southampton, Norwich and Wigan, all near the drop-zone, should help them regather that momentum before going to Man City, and then the north London derby. Many people, backed up by the evidence of their latest results will say this is a very controversial statement, but I do personally think that system is flawed.
I think for the Reds it’s a case of taking a step back in terms of expectations now, to take two or three forward in the long-term. Cisse and Ba look a real handful and Newcastle could get into the top six or seven if they can keep those two fit and fresh. I think once Arsene starts actually listening to Steve Bould, now his assistant manager, they should tighten up at the back and the prospect of a solid back four combined with the creativity and movement in that team is a mouthwatering thought. They finished well down the league last year and there is no suggestion that they are going to do any better this year.


I just think, from what I’ve seen of them, neither Gibbs nor Santos look like an allround, Champions League quality fullback. The main thing they need in January, is a holding midfielder- I think Abou Diaby has impressed at times but his lack of natural fitness suggests he is more of a good squad player- to keep the positional shape of the team and reduce pressure off the defense, they also maybe need a centre-back, because Mertesacker does seem to lack mobility at times as big as he is.
For me, Jermain Defoe craves a target man, a Crouch, alongside him to get all the flick-ons and knock downs and do all the donkey work. I remember him scoring a fantastic goal for Aston Villa against Blues like 10 years ago to put them 2-0 up, but he seems ancient. If I was the Liverpool chairman, I’d be prepared to take a mini-gamble and give Rodgers 5 years to assemble the squad as long as they always get into the top 10, and build for the future. They probably need to improve defensively if they want to kick on this season, but Fabricio Coloccini’s experience might help their younger defenders do that and the likes of Cabaye , Gutierrez and Hatem Ben Arfa are more than capable of providing for the big front men. Also, what record has Brendan Rogers got to suggest he has the capability to get them into the top four over the next five years? Add to that the fact that they always start poorly and finish in title winning form, this could be their year, for 4th that is, not the title. I wouldn’t see either of them in the Fulham team or the Sunderland team, for example, and think they look head and shoulders above the rest. You say what’s he got to suggest that he’s got the capability to get them into the top four, but how long has he had? Everton could fancy their chances and let’s not forget they currently occupy that 4th spot. I’d also argue a goalkeeper, because Szczesny is still young and liable to mistakes when he returns from injury. They’ll certainly finish in the top half of the table this season, and possibly even 6th or 7th depending on how well their squad can handle the rigours of playing midweek in the Europa League. Also I believe Hitzlesperger is effectively on a 3 month trial, so it’s not really a bad signing. He’s a poacher, and I think all aspects of his game should be geared towards him being in the box to come alive and score goals from tight angles. Mertesacker has been our best CB and what he lacks in mobility he makes up for in his reading of the game which is second to none.
Their defensively display against Chelsea and Norwich just makes me think they need a John Terry, a Kompany, a Vidic.
If they are struggling for midfield options, I’d like to see Ross Barkley in their team- he looks a real prospect and could be the long-term replacement for Phil Neville or Osman. Gibbs has been very good this season and was unlucky that an injury blocked his return to the England squad.
Tottenham have certainly got the creativity in midfield though, with the likes of Bale, Lennon, Dembele, Sigurdsson, Dempsey and arguably Huddlestone, I’d just argue they need another striker, or maybe Adebayor to get more games, to ensure Defoe defo gets the service he needs.



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