Ashley Young has reflected on what it means to win the FA Cup with Manchester United, following a difficult season.
He has revealed what an important role the fans played in the victory and how bonkers he went when Jesse Lingard scored the winning goal.
"We hadn't won the competition for many years and it's great to get our hands on the trophy.
When celebrating winning the FA Cup, Manchester United players were filmed singing chants for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Jaap Stam. They also were singing Wayne Rooney's chant, which was lead by the man himself.
Eric Cantona, who turned 50 today, has claimed that Manchester United should appoint him as the replacement for Louis van Gaal.
"They miss me. I think they have lost something. You can feel it. But it's difficult to come after someone who has been at the club 25 years. Even if you are a great manager, the fans still feel the philosophy of Ferguson.
Following the sacking of Louis van Gaal, fellow Dutchman Daley Blind claims that the club's former manager deserved more respect.
Having won the FA Cup on Saturday, Van Gaal was immediately greeted with questions from the media about his imminent sacking and Jose Mourinho replacing him.
Blind reckons that Van Gaal did a good job considering he was being written off by the press every week.
Eric Cantona, who turned 50 today, has spoken about the likely appointment of Jose Mourinho following the sacking of Louis van Gaal.
Cantona says he is a fan of Mourinho, but that he believes Pep Guardiola should have become the next United manager.
"I love José Mourinho, but in terms of the type of football he plays I don't think he is Manchester United.
Jesse Lingard became the first Manchester United player to score in the FA Youth Cup final and the FA Cup final.
He scored in the first leg against Sheffield United in 2011 which United drew 2-2. He then played in the second leg which United won 4-1.
On Saturday, Lingard scored the winning goal in the FA Cup final against Crystal Palace.
It was confirmed at 8.30pm on Monday evening that Manchester United have sacked Louis van Gaal. The club's former manager has released a statement, thanking the staff, players, fans, as well as Sir Alex Ferguson and Sir Bobby Charlton.
"It has been an honour to manage such a magnificent club as Manchester United FC, and in doing so, I have fulfilled a long-held ambition.
After news reports telling us the same this morning, Manchester United has finally confirmed that Louis van Gaal is no longer the manager.
Ed Woodward has released a statement.
"I would like to thank Louis and his staff for their excellent work in the past two years culminating in winning a record-equalling 12th FA Cup for the club (and securing him a title in four different countries).
With Manchester United taking an age to confirm that Louis van Gaal has been sacked and that Ryan Giggs has been offered a different role within the club, reportedly a downgraded position from assistant manager, it's worth speculating what the future may hold for United's most successful ever player.
Juan Mata scored the crucial equalising goal for Manchester United in our 2-1 win over Crystal Palace in the FA Cup final on Saturday.
Mata has spoken of his pride and happiness at winning the FA Cup and how much it means to have given the supporters something to celebrate.
"My first trophy with United, finally!
Scott reviews the week for FourFourTwo.
The Guardian talks about what life has been like behind the scenes for United players under Van Gaal.
BBC Sport report on Louis van Gaal's sacking.
The Telegraph looks at the 20 moments that got Van Gaal sacked.
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Real Madrid's Karim Benzema posted a picture of himself with his daughter, but something surprising can be seen in the top right corner.
Marcus Rashford and Jesse Lingard celebrate together after Manchester United beat Crystal Palace 2-1 in the FA Cup final.
Stats from @OptaJohan show that Louis van Gaal has given more minutes to teenagers than any other Premier League manager.
Teenagers are United have seen 2638 minutes of football, followed by Tottenham Hotspur with 2384 minutes.
The time given to youngsters by Van Gaal accounts for 23% of all minutes played by teenagers in the Premier League this season.
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After beating Crystal Palace 2-1 in the FA Cup final, Manchester United players celebrated in the dressing room by singing a few chants.