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Man United back in another FA Cup final against Man City after narrowly avoiding humiliation

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By STEVE DOUGLAS

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Looking forward to the FA final derby, but Chelsea was robbed; City should have been penalized for that handball in the box. On the flip side that wasn't a handball by Wan-Bissaka and Coventry shouldn't have been awarded the penalty that sent the match into extra time. Not to mention that crazy VAR offside call on Coventry.

“It’s mixed feelings," Ten Hag said of beating Coventry. “The way we did it isn’t OK.”

How about not withdrawing Garnacho as soon as we're ahead in a match? Watching United in this semifinal was infuriating and embarrassing.

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Forest published a social-media post after the game which appeared to question the integrity of a match official.

I can understand the fury to a point. Some claiming Forest should’ve been given 3 pens. I’d say one would’ve been soft, one you could make a case for either way but one was nailed on.

As for this being a result of bias, I’ve lost count for the number of times I’ve heard this claim - mostly from clubs claiming the big 6 clubs get the benefit of decisions.

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This is the Forest statement:

"We warned the PGMOL that the VAR is a Luton fan before the game but they didn't change him. Our patience has been tested multiple times. NFFC will now consider its options”

Didn’t mess around there in terms of calling out believed bias, but not sure what outcome they are expecting ( if any ) from these options.

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Hammering the Hammers is no mean achievement for gaffer Oliver Glasner and his Eagles. West Ham footballers are capable of doing better. All the best to David Moyes and his boys.

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Dr

Quality play from Palace for the second week running. Very pleasing pour moi you see, Lovely Jubbly.

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