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19 Mar 2019 21:24:49
I wonder if the new team Sky cycling team owner will soon be bidding for Man Utd . He seems to be in a spending stage of his life and is a massive Utd fan. Worth £24 billion at last count probably £27 billion by the end of March. Ready and waiting Sir Jim Radcliffe 😆😆.

{Ed002's Note - It is a different club he has made an offer for.}

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19 Mar 2019 22:28:02
Chelsea I believe. He is a united fan but lives in Chelsea.

19 Mar 2019 00:36:15
What are your thoughts on Adrien Rabiot? He has had a falling out at PSG, but given a new environment, he could thrive. He has an awful lot of positives. 6'2", just 23, already with plenty of experience, and loads of talent. He has a lot of ability on the ball, can link defense to attack, can run with the ball, and has some creativity. It would be a free transfer as well. I think it could be a wise move for the club.

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19 Mar 2019 05:38:23
If we are going after a midfielder, we must break the bank for Saul Niguez.
It will be a decade worth of investment.
It's the only way to close the gap between us and the top sides.
No more to average joes.

19 Mar 2019 11:11:56
Saul Niguez vs Ruben Neves
tough choice to make.

19 Mar 2019 18:53:11
His wages are an issue for us and he has a lot if baggage. ed002 answered on European page.

18 Mar 2019 14:06:22
First of all, i absolutely love Ole and the job that he has done with our team in past few months, but i would wait till he end of the season
to give him the job.

My reason being, player/ Manager relationship was absouletly fine when Mourinho arrived and they all backed each other and played for each other, lets
wait and watch how players respond to adversity under Ole, how many of them are willing to let things go and perform when Ole is going to make some tough decisions which are not in their (player) favour, and how Olle handles this.

Ole has all the pedigree and has been doing all the right things but how does Ole respond when things go south and we are under more pressure while fighting
to stay in top 4 or to keep our CL hopes alive.

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17 Mar 2019 10:46:30
heya, i posted a question a week ago whether manU fans would want lfc to win PL or CL. anyways I just wanted to come back and say you lot are alright! on the liverpool page, a visiting fan of another club would get shot down unless they came to bow at the presence of Anfield lol so well done you guys and um, weren't you lot and Matic trying to stop City win the quadruple.? you'll jave to beat em in the league now huh!? yes please!

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17 Mar 2019 11:33:48
in an ideal world
City beat you to the title
Poch or Ron stop City in CL
Barca or us stop you in CL
Wolves is our only hope in the fa cup.

18 Mar 2019 16:20:51
Well replied WRD.

14 Mar 2019 17:16:29
Wow Scholes left already . For a job with OGS me think 😆😆.

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15 Mar 2019 00:24:57
What I just read on twitter from an Oldham fan shows that Scholesy had the patience of a saint.
Gas cut off, Players washing own kit, Owners trying to pick the team and coaches not booked for games.

15 Mar 2019 21:04:41
Read a few posts having a right dig at Scholes. He's a bright lad and will have left for the right reasons. Anyone having a dig does not know of his love for Oldham.

16 Mar 2019 23:46:29
Maybe but resigning via text is pretty low.

14 Mar 2019 09:45:11
Does anyone have any insight on Kenny Lala?
I have a fellow Utd fan who watches the ligue 1 a lot and keeps raving about this Strasbourg RB. Saying he should be our 1st priority to replace Tony V.

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14 Mar 2019 10:12:45
I prefer Michael Po, but I'd take Sammy Dipsy at a push.

Steer well clear of Alex Tinky Winky though, he's a dirty sod.

14 Mar 2019 11:44:20
Hahahahaha Memories of the toddlers falling asleep and me realizing i have been watching Teletubbies for the last 15 minutes on my own.

14 Mar 2019 12:23:40
We've all been there, mbd 😁.

14 Mar 2019 11:57:55
RWWD, you beat me to it. love it.

14 Mar 2019 19:07:35
I have a two year old. My inner monologue is "Makka Pakka aka wakka mikka makka moo" on a loop.

12 Mar 2019 19:36:26
I can't help but think that Real Madrid manufactured this entirely predictable post-Ronaldo situation. The team was always going to suffer once he left for Juventus. Z.Z. has let a couple of managers take the fall so that he can now come back to 'fix' the problem without taking any of the flack from the decline.

It will be truly interesting now as it was a team that virtually managed itself prior to his departure. He's coming back to a very different picture. Lacking a striker, key players ageing and arguably the younger generation not coming through as hoped. Ajax exposed them for all to see.

Maybe Pogba will go a running to him now? Madrid appear to have the funds, it may just come down to their their specific priorities on the pitch?

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13 Mar 2019 06:49:55
I expect Real to have a huge splurge in the summer transfer window.
Ed002 has already informed us many times that a big rebuild plan is happening at Real.
Hopefully it doesn't affect our transfer plans and targets.

12 Mar 2019 07:35:41
I'd like to know what team everyone would like to see next year. What players in and what players out. Within reason! I think we're at least 4 top players off having a Premier League challenging team. Clear the deadwood and bring through the youth.

CF: Rashford
IF: Martial Sancho
CAM: Pogba
DM: Neves Fred
WB: Shaw Wan-Bissaka
CB: Alderweireld Lindelof
GK: De Gea

Rest of squad: Romero, Tuanzebe, Bailey, Dalot, Sessegnon, Matic, Herrera, Garner, Gomes, Chong, Lingard, Greenwood, Lukaku.

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12 Mar 2019 13:45:13
I would really like to see Alderweireld join in the summer but Ed says it’s not going to happen so I believe him. Shame.

12 Mar 2019 18:05:23
Idont think we need 2 20yo right backs.
Neves is a super player imo he could add great depth for our midfield capable of replacing matic and great cover for herrera.
Aldiwireld is not going to be joining i agree with eric.
But we do need another cb. Smalling should be in our squad imo
Im not sold on sancho to be honest at the price quoted
Sanchez darmian rojo valencia to leave i hope. Mata possibly
In an experienced solid rb. A cb. 2xcm 1x rw.
Probably only 1 cm will arrive but i'm hopeful in the other 3 positions.
We are in much better shape than we were 2 years ago but still a bit thin in certain positions in irder to mount a title challenge imo so get rid of the players above that make no contribution and replace them with players who can push dalot smalling matic for a starting place.

12 Mar 2019 19:32:38
De Gea
Bellerin (if Arsenal do not make top four) - Skriniar - Lindelöf - Shaw
Herrera - Kante - Pogba
Chiesa - Martial

Backup: Romero - Smalling - Tuanzebe - Young - Dalot - Laird - Jones - Matic - Fred - Pereira - Lingard - Chong - Gomes - Grenwood - Lukaku (or sell him and get a decent back-up striker like Edouard from Celtic, someone capable of bagging goals but wouldn't expect to play every game, a Saha type player)

I'd want to see Sanchez - Rojo - Bailly - Darmian - Valencia and Mata leave, would sell Jones too, but don't mind him being back-up (4th or 5th choice)

12 Mar 2019 19:55:23
Arrrggghhhh! 'Deadwood'.

13 Mar 2019 07:31:19
I thought the "deadwood" did pretty well against PSG.

13 Mar 2019 11:17:40
Yeah Rojo, Darmian, Valencia, Mata, Sanchez and Jones did fantastic.

Let's be real also do you think the team that played against PSG can take on Man City and Liverpool over a 38 game season?

If so I'll change calling them deadwood to God's.

13 Mar 2019 12:50:49
It's just disrespectful, mate. Those players you refer to, are part of this club's history, whether you rate them or not. Every player has played their part in that history, to a greater or lesser extent. While they're still club servants, and they're trying their best, then I think they deserve a bit more than being labelled deadwood.

13 Mar 2019 13:39:08
It's a term not a definition, mate. Doesn't mean I see them as useless or disregard them as part of the clubs history. That is a bit of an overreaction. It's a term to shorten the post instead of naming out each player.

13 Mar 2019 22:51:03
Perhaps ‘fringe players’ might be a better term to use.

16 Mar 2019 05:24:43
@killerscones, I’d be happy with that starting 11 apart from I’d want Herrera over Fred all day long

As for deadwood, I hate that phrase, almost everyone that gets called that has had a moment- wheth it was one game or a run of form- that has made a difference. Take Smalling for example (who I assume you’re classing as deadwood since you didn’t mention him in your squad), he’s no ones favourite - but he’s turned up in a couple of big games and scored the winner in the 3-2 against city last year to stop them winning the league in front of us. Give our players their dues, even if they’re not our favourites, or up to the levels we’ve been spoiled with in the past.

17 Mar 2019 20:36:11
Fair enough about Herrera for Fred. I suppose I've just seen an improvement in Fred the last couple of games and thought he might start justifying his price tag.

It's a term that is used. Doesn't mean they are useless or haven't done something for this club. Each one has obviously earned the right to be at the club. Maybe the term fringe players would be more universally friendly. What I do know is that Man Utd is the best club at holding players a lot longer then they should. Manchester City, Chelsea and Spurs are fantastic at dispensing players that no longer serve their purpose. Manchester United could take a leaf out of their book.

12 Mar 2019 07:04:56
Please ignore my previous post. I meant Spurs weren't doing great at the moment.

Anyone prefers to have Pochettino as our next manager, if he is available.

I know most of you would disagree due to the fact that our team is doing exceptionally and that Spurs aren't doing great at the moment.
However, I still feel Pochettino might be the best option for us.

I have my own reasons and I am not saying Ole is not the right candidate but something tells me Pochettino would be better.
I am not sure if the decision has already been made. But if this goes wrong, then I believe it will take a lot of time to recover.

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12 Mar 2019 13:46:49
I love Ole, but longer term I think Poch would make more sense (if there is such a thing as long term anymore) . However, if things continue under Ole as he has started he deserves a Chance at the job.

15 Mar 2019 06:40:27
That plan sounds great if you’re happy with consistent top 4 finishes, CL qualification and reaching the QF. Plus good runs in the FA and League (yes, showing my age) Cups. but never quite getting there. 😊.

11 Mar 2019 20:33:18
OMG, Please Pocchetino, if you don't stay at Spurs, do not go to that poisoned club, AKA Real Madrid.

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11 Mar 2019 20:58:00
I very much doubt that now.


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