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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

What's trending: Liverpool knocked out by West Ham, ticket price row goes on

The ESPN FC team answer your tweets on Christian Benteke's lack of goals, Liverpool's ownership and more.

Here are the top stories from Wednesday:

LIVERPOOL: Jurgen Klopp said the door had been "wide open" for Liverpool and hailed his young players' bravery after they exited the FA Cup as Angelo Ogbonna's 121st-minute goal sent West Ham through 2-1 victors.

- When the dust settles on the result, Jurgen Klopp will see plenty to be positive about after his much-changed lineup performed very well against West Ham's strongest side, writes David Usher.

- Liverpool owner Fenway Sports...

Man United need more out of wide players as Juan Mata moves infield

The ESPN FC panel debate if LVG's recent criticism of the media was justified or not.
The success of Juan Mata in the middle has helped Man United's attack. But the use of width must continue.

When Louis van Gaal dumped Manchester United's familiar 4-4-2 line-up during the preseason tour after taking charge of the club, supporters were impressed. The 3-5-2 formation, which saw Ashley Young and Antonio Valencia play as wing-backs, allowed United to have width, dominate possession and create plenty of chances.

That summer they beat Real Madrid, Inter Milan, Liverpool and Roma, playing fantastic football, and the supporters couldn't wait for the season to start. They probably would have...

 By PA Sport

Manchester United shareholders to have their say on club's performances

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol doesn't lay all of Man United's problems at the door of exec. vice-chairman Ed Woodward.

Ed Woodward could be set for a grilling from Manchester United's investors about the club's performance on and off the pitch on Thursday.

The United executive vice-chairman will take part in a conference call with investors at 1:00 p.m. after the club's first quarterly financial results of 2016 are announced.

United's share price has taken a tumble since the start of the year. On Monday, the price of one share dropped below $14 U.S. (£9.63) for the first time since flotation in 2012.

Woodward...