Three major reasons why Man City will humiliate Manchester United in tomorrow’s FA cup finals as Marcus Rashford excluded in the lineup (find out why👇)

Three major reasons why Man City will humiliate Manchester United in tomorrow’s FA cup finals as Marcus Rashford excluded in the lineup (find out why👇)

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Manchester United 22-man travelling squad for FA Cup final vs Man City

Man United have left for the FA Cup final against Manchester City in what could be Erik ten Hag’s final match in charge.

 

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BY SAMUEL LUCKHURST

17:42, 24 MAY 2024

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Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag has named a 22-man travelling squad for the FA Cup final against Manchester City.

 

 

United took the train to London for the final on Friday afternoon. Security attempted to smuggle players and staff into Stockport Station via the rear entrance but were unsuccessful. City left for London via Manchester Piccadilly.

 

 

 

Ten Hag was the last to board the train, in what is believed to be a superstitious ritual for the Dutchman. The United manager is always the last to disembark from the team coach at away games.

 

In a season where United have recorded 65 separate cases of injury or illness that have caused a player to miss a game, they are only missing three players for Saturday’s final.

 

Left back Tyrell Malacia has missed the entirety of the season with a knee injury, Luke Shaw has been sidelined for three months with a hamstring problem and Harry Maguire has been ruled out with a muscular injury.

 

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Maguire has failed to start in all four of the finals United have reached since he joined the club in 2019. The 31-year-old missed the Europa League final with an ankle ligament injury in May 2021 and he was on the bench for the League Cup and FA Cup finals last year.

 

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