Newlywed Fabregas urges Chelsea to 'feel the fire' in FA Cup final

Posted May 17, 2018

"I think finishing second and winning the FA Cup probably would be satisfactory for Man United but we always want to win more".

Experience from nearly 200 United appearances and a couple of major tournaments with England means Jones will avoid any such debilitating feelings before Saturday's game against Chelsea at Wembley.

There were no other notable absentees from the group of players that boarded the train from Stockport Station, and the squad - and manager Jose Mourinho especially - looked in good spirits.

The FA Cup Final takes place on Saturday, 19 May, with kick-off at 5:15pm.

"I think their talent is fantastic and the creativity of the Brazilian player can not be measured".

"Willian's pace. He spent a long part of the season coming off the bench and then he got game time and looked great as you'd expect, so direct".

Vodafone promotes CFO Read to succeed Colao as CEO
Vodafone group chairman Gerard Kleisterlee said: "I would like to express our gratitude to Vittorio for an outstanding tenure". Vodafone shares dropped as much as 4.8% and were down 2.9% to 201.10 pence as of 11:31 am in London.

"The Duke of Cambridge will not be attending the FA Cup final due to his responsibilities as best man at his brother's wedding", said a Kensington Palace spokesperson.

Chelsea was also part of the FA Cup final past year but lost out to fierce local London rivals Arsenal but now have a chance to avoid the mistakes they made the last time out. We know we have Man United in the final, but it won't be easy. I can't make this any clearer; just say "no" when offered both teams to score.

However, he also added that United have a number of risky attacking players that could hurt Chelsea.

Much like local rivals Manchester City, in fact, given they won the Premier League and Carabao Cups and reached the last eight of the Champions League. "I'm really looking forward to the experience and will be very proud to be representing all of the players who have scored in this season's competition".

The Ball For All celebrates players from step six of the National League System through to the Premier League, who all share the accolade of being a goalscorer in the world's oldest domestic cup competition. Manchester City have done ever so well this year. Obviously, last year, I got a red card, but we want to try and get it right this time, " Victor Moses explained according to Express UK. We have to be fighting hard to win something and we have that opportunity next week.

Recently in Sport