Manchester United's quest for an unprecedented quintuple continues on Sunday, when they take on Everton in the FA Cup semi-finals.
United could end the season with five trophies - but boss Sir Alex Ferguson only has to look back at the last time his side played the Toffees at Wembley for a reminder of how easy it is for silverware to slip through his grasp.
In May 1995, United were on the cusp of their second consecutive Double but their failure to beat West Ham in their final Premier League game - despite a host of chances - handed Blackburn the title.
A week later, United had the chance to salvage their season in the FA Cup final against a rejuvenated Everton side.
Royle's battling side, dubbed the 'Dogs of War', were still given little hope against United at Wembley, even though Ferguson was without Eric Cantona (suspended), Andy Cole (Cup-tied) and Andrei Kanchelskis (injured), while Ryan Giggs was only half-fit.
But Paul Rideout's first-half header gave Everton the lead and, thanks to some superb stops from veteran goalkeeper Neville Southall, they held out to secure their first trophy for eight years and leave United empty-handed.
I've spoken to Rideout, his Everton team-mate Andy Hinchcliffe and United defender Gary Pallister about their memories of Wembley 95 and found out what happened to the players who lined up for both sides on that day 14 years ago.
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But what are your memories of that day at Wembley?
Everton fans, did you believe the season would end up with a trophy? United fans probably cannot still believe it all went wrong but, as Pallister says, did finishing up empty-handed spur Ferguson and his players on to their League and Cup double the following season?
Let me know your thoughts.