Ole looks more in charge now, temporary Arsenal fan, unlucky Sterling and lots more Liverpool debate...
Man Utd are currently on a 14-match unbeaten run in all competitions after beating Norwich on Saturday.
A hint of spice from the usually reserved Arteta after a cluster of away games in a row.
Frank Lampard's Chelsea revolution continues to gather pace.
Man Utd and Chelsea have blooded a whole host of young players in the league this season.
Arsenal were put through the wringer, but the result is all that matters in the cup.
It's only downhill from here. There is also discussion from both sides about the conduct of Liverpool fans.
James Ward-Prowse also added to Ings' brace to heap yet more misery on the Hornets.
Sadio Mane passed his knowledge onto Liverpool team-mate Georginio Wijnaldum.
'Arsenal fans must be thinking what’s going on here? From Adams and Keown to these two…'
Ian Wright thinks another player was more deserving of man of the match than Man Utd defender Maguire.
Remembering when Fabien Barthez got his wish to play outfield in a friendly for Man Utd in 2001.
One player earned a glowing assessment from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after Man Utd beat Norwich on Saturday.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer feels Man Utd have taken an important step in their development by reaching the FA Cup semis.
After missing out to City by a point last season, European champions Liverpool have been dominant this term.
Jurgen Klopp likes the look of Jadon Sancho - especially in a red shirt. But Liverpool ain't happening.
Jose Mourinho left journalists 'nonplussed' with his 'statistical tirade' about Harry Kane and Tottenham.
Manchester United needed extra time to beat Norwich to a place in the FA Cup last four.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says "there will be rotations" in that Man United midfield. Get in there, Fred.
Arsenal will not 'close the door' to clubs interested in Guendouzi. Man United are after a former Chelsea man, too.
Aston Villa deserved more against Wolves, claimed Dean Smith, but they need more "quality" in attack.
"Our dream was to just become top four and make it to the Champions League," says the Liverpool chairman.
Paolo Maldini was beyond mere mortals. Whether at centre-half or left-back, 80s, 90s or 2000s, he shone.
Wolves made it three wins and three clean sheets in a row with a win at Aston Villa.
Leeds moved eight points clear in the automatic promotion places by beating Fulham.
'Our city is still in a public health crisis and this behaviour is wholly unacceptable.' Liverpool aren't happy.
Winning second balls was the key after Wolves struggled to settle against Aston Villa, says Nuno Espirito Santo.
Liverpool would never have sacked Brendan Rodgers; Arsenal would have appointed Jurgen Klopp...
Ferguson "contacted us to say congratulations by the modern medium". Which is to say he sent Liverpool a letter.
OGS says United are "being hit more than anyone else". They "don't really know" how much they can spend.
Arjen Robben decided to hang up his boots in 2019 but has now come out of retirement.
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