Moses ready to tackle unfinished business in FA Cup final

  • Moses ready to tackle unfinished business in FA Cup final

Moses ready to tackle unfinished business in FA Cup final

Martial was not present in Old Trafford for their final game of the season on Sunday, with United reporting him injured, although many have speculated that he has fallen out with Mourinho after seeing his game time severely reduced since the arrival of Alexis Sanchez. The history of personal acrimony between the two bosses only serves to make this contest even more competitive.

United's no.4, who is approaching seven years at the club, believes the pressure on the team to regularly win silverware should be embraced ahead of challenges like Saturday's final.

The 20-time English champions will take on a Chelsea FC side reeling from the disappointment of missing out on a top-four place under Antonio Conte.

The decisive goal from Alvaro Morata helped Chelsea snatch all three points of the game.

"Probably the same,"the Dane responded when asked what kind of a game is in store on Saturday".

"Now I am used to it, I know what to expect. Hopefully we can end the season by winning an important trophy".

"Hopefully I have a chance of starting in the final".

Saville's goal, incidentally, gave Common a second half lead against their landlords before Eastbourne came back to win 2-1 with an added time victor.

Fred said: "I have made it clear to Shakhtar that I want to make a bigger leap in my career".

In the build-up to the highly-anticipated clash, Cahill pointed out that Lukaku, who is a former Chelsea player, will be a handful on the day.

A Little Common Football Club player will have his name on the Emirates FA Cup final matchball.

"The Cup Final is the Cup Final, it is the pinnacle of the season, and I just hope it lives up to expectations".

"Sometimes when you're at a club like Chelsea you feel sorry when you see a player move on, because naturally some progress and some don't. I've played and trained against him loads of times and it'll be hard (on Saturday)".

However, Courtois is confident the recent results will have no impact on their preparations for the final at Wembley Stadium.