FA Cup: Tottenham vs Man Utd | Team News | Expected Line-Up's | Prediction
- Author: Lawrence Cooper Apr 21, 2018,
Apr 21, 2018, 4:24
Winning the FA Cup would just be a consolation for Manchester United, but for Tottenham it would mean much, much more.
"I was champion with Chelsea with 95 points". Winning the FA Cup would be an awesome thing for them, and their fans would be ecstatic. Where Wenger no longer has to worry about his long-term future as Arsenal manager, both Mourinho and Pochettino must realise that the FA Cup could be hugely significant to their ambitions.
"If you want to play for Tottenham, come on".
I think the majority of Spurs fans enjoy watching their side play and think their manager is top quality in terms of the work he has done with the team and individuals.
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In some people's minds maybe the competition has been diminished since the emergence of the Champions League and Premier League, but to be involved in major cup finals is where you make your mark in the game and it's where you need to be. I don't believe, it would be fantastic to finish the season with a trophy.
"That's why I think the team was so good, because they know the big game is on the weekend and everyone wants to play in it, everyone wants to be in that starting XI, including me".
Will Jose Mourinho add to the two trophies he won last season, or will "home" advantage help Tottenham ensure they move to their new stadium with the FA Cup proudly on display?
The Portuguese has thanked Fulham and head coach Slavisa Jokanovic for allowing United to use their facilities as they prepare for Saturday's showdown.
"So in this season many clubs had positive seasons, like us, like Tottenham, like Liverpool". However, it is still up to Pochettino and his men to prove him wrong, and beating Manchester United is the only way to do so.
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Chelsea and Southampton then clash 24 hours later (live on BT Sport 1, 2.30pm kick-off) for a place in the May 19 decider.