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Crystal Palace thrash Man Utd 4-0 to leave Ten Hag's future in doubt

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How embarrassing for Man U and how great for Palace.

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Fantastic performance from Palace, the new manager is doing a great job. Pitiful from United again, they only seem to make an effort against teams they view as rivals.

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Utd don't have anyone fit at centre back right now it seems. Even so this is an awful result for them. Ten Hag looks doomed. A season out of Europe may be better for them.

Palace are a different side with Eze and Olise on the pitch. A few clubs will be watching those two.

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Palace are a different side with Eze and Olise on the pitch. A few clubs will be watching those two

They should avoid Man U - a graveyard for good players these days.

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They should avoid Man U - a graveyard for good players these days.

Olise hasn't nailed down his international career yet. English born but he's still available to play for France and Algeria too I believe. Oozes quality.

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Not only did Palace thrash Man U but also 4-0. Wonderful stuff.

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It's doubtful that a successful FA Cup Final will save Ten Hag's neck at this point.

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@USNin, agreed. But unless they get some defenders fit quickly they are going to get walloped and humiliated by Foden & Co.

Ten Hag probably not bothered as he might be off to Munich.

Oh, and the Cup Final is a 3pm kickoff this year, so 11pm here in Japan.

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Very enjoyable match for me to watch, quality pressing play for 90 minutes.

Looking forward to next season, this season has been very depressing at times, what a change.

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No Gundogan this year, so Man U might keep Man City out for more than thirteen seconds!

For all these goals conceded, Onana is probably their player of the season. He leads the league in saves and is first or second in save percentage.

If Man U do win the Cup, that'll be two trophies in two years, which is as much as they can expect. They are not the force they once were and will take more work and money than the Glazers can be bothered with to get them back there.

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@ffs - sadly - you will probably lose players to more prominent teams in the off season. Shame. Good manager you picked up there, interviewed well post game on Sky this morning.

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For the love of football, I so do hope that ETH stays at Newton Heath for the forseeable.

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From the BBC comments:

“Sir Jim Ratcliffe holds a significant financial interest in a business that produces rubbish, pumps out toxic waste and grossly overpays underperforming employees. 

He also owns the Ineos chemical company. 

Well done Palace, beautiful stuff.”

Well done indeed Palace.

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