Everton manager Roberto Martinez.
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Van Gaal and Martinez seek silver lining in FA CupThree of the four managers leading their teams out at Wembley for this weekend's FA Cup semifinals will do so knowing defeat could have serious ramifications for their short-term future.Manchester United's Louis van Gaal has been dealing with so-called "must-win" games throughout a troubled season and Saturday's clash with Everton falls into that category.Everton boss Roberto Martinez, meanwhile, has fallen out of favor with a large section of the club's fans, who endured an embarrassing 4-0 Merseyside derby defeat by Liverpool Wednesday and have seen no tangible progress this season.Palace have stalled since, however, and Pardew hopes the FA Cup can reignite his squad.
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