Common player to feature on FA Cup final ball

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Former Manchester United striker Andy Cole is backing Romelu Lukaku to shrug off an ankle injury in time for Saturday's FA Cup final with Chelsea.

The Red Devils made an improvement in the Premier League this season after Mourinho's side finished in the runners up spot following a sixth-placed finish last term.

Seeing his rise in form, his former side attempted to buy him back last summer, but the player instead moved to Manchester United for an initial £75m.

Mourinho has at least ensured Champions League qualification for next season via a second-place finish in the Premier League.

However, with that role not set to start until United reconvene for pre-season training in July, he has already been handed his first task by Man Utd boss Jose Mourinho - find a replacement for his midfield prowess.

Despite delivering the title in his first year in charge, Conte's future now looks highly uncertain after he was unable to secure Champions League football for another year.

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United will face a Chelsea side who will play their consecutive FA Cup final after losing it out against Arsenal previous year. The FA Cup is the pair's last remaining chance of silverware this campaign. We know we fell short in the league this season.

After providing the colour to our favourite footballing moments over the last 50 years, "Motty" retired on Sunday, with Crystal Palace's 2-0 win over West Brom being his final match.

"Finishing second and winning the FA Cup would be satisfactory", said Jones. Sometimes you've got to hold your hands up and say that Man City have done ever so well to win the league this year.

Manchester United and Chelsea are the representatives having seen off the challenges of Tottenham and Southampton respectively in the semis. "It's important that we do go and really take the game to them and come away with the trophy". "We have six days to change our approach, our desire, our will to fight because we can do much better".

"When I was younger I used to get really nervous before games, so much so that you are nearly throwing up", the defender said.

Before he faces United, Cahill will discover if his season will include the World Cup.

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