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The Blues memorably won the double under Roberto Di Matteo in 2012 and the supporter has spotted a plethora of spooky similarities this year.
For starters, @CFCDubois reminds everyone that the last time they sacked a younger manager who had replaced an Italian coach, in the middle of the season, was nine years ago.
But there are plenty of other patterns when it comes to results - including Liverpool losing back to back home league games, Chelsea drawing 0-0 with Spurs and losing at home to Newcastle, their next opponents.
What's more, he points out that Manchester City emerged victorious ahead of United in the title race in 2012 - a year where the Euros took place.
United dropped into the Europa League and were eliminated by a Spanish side. Their next opponents in the secondary European competition this year? La Liga outfit Real Sociedad.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic is once again an AC Milan player like he was in 2012 and Liverpool vs United was an FA Cup tie, while Ajax and Olympiacos have had identical European campaigns to what they had in 2012.
Some of the observations are seriously stretching it and should be taken with a pinch of salt but it is all fun and games after all.
Although we'll be the first to remind everyone that Didier Drogba isn't around to come up clutch this time around.
The Blues take on Diego Simeone's Atletico Madrid in the round of 16, while they've been paired with Sheffield United in the FA Cup quarter finals.