Anthony Martial a doubt for FA Cup final with knee injury

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With AP Photos.Michael Carrick bid farewell to Old Trafford by helping to set up Manchester United's only goal in a 1-0 win over Watford in the Premier League finale.

"It pains me to say this, as my mum's side of the family support City and I used to play for Liverpool, but how can you knock United when they have secured second place in the table and reached the FA Cup final?"

With United thinking about next week's FA Cup final and making nine changes - and Watford probably looking forward to their summer holidays - the game was short on intensity. "I think so", Gracia said. Under a new Stretford End banner which read "Every single one of us loves Alex Ferguson" fans sang and stood too for their former manager who continues to recover from a brain haemorrhage in hospital.

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"We're going to have some success in the near future I'm certain of that", he assured supporters.

Alexis Sanchez, who might also have sat out had Anthony Martial not pulled out injured, had United's first chance but sliced wide from Mata's cross.

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"I will organise my coaching staff in a way where the assistant manager job doesn't exist".

Reports emerged that he had been seen driving away from the stadium in the hours before kick-off but Mourinho revealed a knee injury had kept him out. "He was injured, he was injured Friday training session, yesterday couldn't train".

Mourinho is expected to have Romelu Lukaku back for the match, though, following a two-week spell on the sidelines since damaging his ankle against Arsenal. "But if it's impossible to play today, I have my doubts".

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I think for both of us, in the years gone past we've been sat in opposite dugouts - not in this stadium - but in other stadiums". There was a more subdued atmosphere from the home fans at the end of another deeply frustrating campaign for the Hammers .

The Old Lady outfit will reportedly demand a fee north of £55 million, and if the Mancunians meet this requirement, the left-back could end up surpassing the likes of Benjamin Mendy and Kyle Walker to become the most expensive full-back of all time. "I think they're different games really".

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