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24 Mar 2018 10:31:23
There are some that said Jesse wasn’t good enough and I guess there are still some that think he is at best a squad player but you have to give the lad credit. He keeps popping up scoring important goals and he plays with a smile on his face and seems to enjoy every moment. I’m so pleased for him and I hope he can take that final step and be consistent.


1.) 24 Mar 2018 16:25:04
He has always been highly thought off within the club. It was always accepted that he would take longer to find his feet due to his size. I read an interview with him where he said that Sir Alex always said he would become a real player when he's 25 like Tigana. I wonder how much of him really stepping up this season is down to him feeling that this year was going to be his year.

I did worry when we signed Sanchez as it was going to push either Lingard or Martial out of the side when arguably they we our best two forwards at that time. Maybe its time for Sanchez to be dropped for a game or two and make him fight for his place against players who are in form.

2.) 24 Mar 2018 16:40:40
Shaps, I don’t know why we bought Sanchez other than to stop City buying him. We had needs inother areas way before a left sided attacker was needed and even if he starts firing it just relegates Martial or Rashford. This smacks of Woodward and his marque signing obsession. I don’t want to upset you but if Bale is available you can bet your mortgage Ed will be there waving his chequebook.

3.) 24 Mar 2018 16:46:51
The thing with Jesse is you know he will work on the pitch and not hide. He has proven this year that he has more in the locker than people thought imo but he had the beginnings of a good season couple of years back when he got ani injury early on at Swansea I think. Change of personel and management has not deterred him and I think he has saved us a good few bob on bringing in a n other player.

4.) 24 Mar 2018 16:58:44
I was one of those thinking he wasn't going to be up to it and would be sold, at times I feel foolish, but then he can be anonymous far too often for me (like most of our attacking players) .

I still think in order for us to be competing at the very top we need better than Lingard. But if he improves again as much as he has over the past 18 months then he will deserve a regular berth in a top Utd team.

I love his energy and clever runs, maybe there is even more to come from him once we get back to playing proper attacking football and those runs will be picked out by players that currently refuse the pass and opt for 'safety' instead. I certainly would like him to impact games more consistently as well, 10 seconds of brilliance now and again is good, but we need more than that over a 90 minute match from an attacking midfielder.

5.) 24 Mar 2018 17:39:38
I agree Beastand that was my point about consistency. When he is good he is very good but often you can forget he is on the pitch, which is very frustrating when he gets himself in such good positions and scores such important goals. He needs to turn up for more games than he does, which I think he will if he continues to develop as he has done in the last year. And he is home grown which means a lot to me,

6.) 24 Mar 2018 17:52:11
Does he go missing or as mentioned above is it a case of him making good runs and his team mates not playing the creative pass to find him?

The best players score in the big games, which he does more consistently than those around him. H deserves his place in the team, he works hard, he offers movement and he can finish. I think he will thrive if we add more quality to the midfield. He is a bit of a social media whore, but as long as he performs on the pitch it’s not a problem. I wish pogba put half the effort in he does.

7.) 24 Mar 2018 18:33:58
Agree with all of the posts regarding jesse in some degree, better than dele alli in my opinion who plays a similar role especially this season.

8.) 25 Mar 2018 05:21:49
I must be the only one who doesn't yet rate him. He for me is going through his Smalling patch where player looks good for a season or 2 but with lingard it has only been 2 months rather than the whole season.

He was mostly anonymous until December and has been anonymous for most part since February. That is 2 good months in 3-4 years. Yes he scores some important goals from time to time but he going to have to perform much better to be more than a squad player.

9.) 25 Mar 2018 16:58:04
No MU player apart from De Gea has been sensational for long, playing good for some time and then playing poorly.

10.) 26 Mar 2018 14:14:47
CSM, that's not really fair, even if he's only started looking like a real top player this season, he's actually been doing well for the last couple of years. He was hardly "anonymous" before December anyway. 8 goals and assists in 17 games, 11 of which he played 30 minutes or less in, may not be setting the league on fire, but it's certainly not "anonymous".

Re: the consistency, I'm inclined to agree with Huggy. He's suffering from the way the team is playing, and would have a much more consistent impact if the runs he makes were picked out a bit more often by players behind him. Now, I'm not saying he's doing everything right, maybe he'd still be a bit inconsistent with players behind him looking for those runs and playing more positive football, but the point is that we don't really know, and I don't think it's fair to judge him too harshly when we don't really know how much of the inconsistency is down to him, and how much is down to the way the teamas a whole is playing.

I would really love to see Herrera used in a more advanced role, ahead of Matic rather than alongside him, where he can look to play the passes that someone like Lingard can feed on. It's too easy to see his great defensive performances last season and forget that he's a great passer of the ball, with an eye for getting team mates in behind the defence.

11.) 26 Mar 2018 14:23:10
That FA cup winning goal seemed to really kick him on and he’s improved a lot since then.


How you can say he’s been anonymous is beyond me, he’s probably scored more important goals than any other player in the last 2 years.

12.) 26 Mar 2018 14:53:27
Gds important goals don't mean consistency. Yes he scored against Chelsea and in fa cup final but can you remember a run of games until December where you could say he was consistently good. A first team player needs to be consistently good and unlike rashford or martial lingard isn't exactly in the youngster category.

Thorne he has been good this season but last season he had 5 goals and 3 assists in 42 games in lvg's last season he had 7 goals and 4 assists in 41 games. Those are not good figures and he needs get similar to his current nos before we can be sure that he has improved rather than going through a purple patch.

Also where exactly will he play next season jose wants savic added to the team and jorginho as replacement for carrick, so we most likely will be switching to a mf 3.

13.) 30 Mar 2018 18:44:50
Good player, nice lad, silly dancer.



17 Feb 2018 08:31:11
Interesting rumour this morning, Real ready to move for Pogba. Could be paper trash talk of course but if they did and the money was big, would you sell? Clearly the boy has talent but he has yet to dominate a game or deliver on his potential. Is that down to him, the Manager, or a combination of both.

If the money was silly should we cash in? The problem with that is that he may go on and become the dominating player we believe is in there somewhere, and replacing him will cost a fortune too. For me, I’d seriously consider it though.


{Ed002's Note - There is zero interest in Paul Pogba from Real Madrid. They have very, very different ideas who they want.}

1.) 17 Feb 2018 11:41:22
There is no way we should be selling Pogba it would be crazy to do so.

Its likr selling the next messi and then trying to go buy a next ronaldo because we are noy patient enough.

2.) 17 Feb 2018 11:59:12
"Cash in" wtf? So some now want to sell Pogba when we have few midfielders for a pretty poor return? You bored with FIFA?

3.) 17 Feb 2018 11:20:17
Yay. Thanks ed for that.



12 Jan 2018 21:19:21
All this talk of Sanchez has masked the rumour that Vardy is also being considered. Not sure if they would sell or at what price but I think he would slot in much easier, albeit he is a like for like with Lukaku. Sanchez’s attitude worries me, the stories from Arsenal about his isolationist approach do not bode well for team spirit. Hey ho, what do I know?


1.) 12 Jan 2018 21:28:45
I hope not. Hateful diving git, Gerrard, suarez, terry, barton, keown, cattermole, Vardy. all the same to me would of hated to see any of them in a red shirt.

2.) 12 Jan 2018 23:05:33
That's one heck of a team those lot would make. Lacks some wide players tho.

3.) 13 Jan 2018 05:53:05
bfbw, there too much hate in your heart, i'd have had Keown and Suarez any day of the week. Go hug a tree man.

4.) 13 Jan 2018 08:10:14
AJH Vardy is a player Maze likes and admired over the years for his tenacity as well as his rags to riches story but to say he is a better option than Sanchez is silly, very silly.

Wake up AJH you are dreaming of poorly fabricated scenarios.



08 Dec 2017 20:28:41
So, first of all, I share my birthday with Jonny Evans so put that your pipe and smoke it. Secondly, I may have had a little wine tonight so forgive me if I am less coherent than Ronnie during a transfer window.

Sunday is a big game and I hope that Jose wakes up and has an epiphany but I fear it will not happen. I believe it is better to die fighting than running away and in football that is also true. Inspire the troops, give them hope and belief, rouse their spirits, fill their hearts with pride and desire. Let’s not turn up to stifle and try and nick a goal on the break. I don’t care if they are the best team, like Pierre the famous French fighter pilot, let’s go down in flames (google it) .

We are United, a team steeped in history and tradition, we live or die by our standard, there are times to stand up and be counted, Sunday is one of those times. We win, or we lose in a blaze of glory, to be a United fan there are no in betweens.

Time for more wine.


1.) 09 Dec 2017 01:43:34
Jesse's performance at Arsenal will have given him food for thought. Maybe we can press high with a few players and cause some chaos amongst their back line. Worry is that Matic and Ander would have to play out of their skins.

The motivational piece is way more important than formation. Win your battles all over the pitch and you'll get a win.

2.) 09 Dec 2017 10:50:17
We’ll park the bus and try to catch them on the counter and via set pieces.



27 Aug 2017 19:14:26
Just caught up with MOTD, I thought all our players played well. Amongst other things that stood out though:

1. Joe Hart, wow, surely he isn't England's goalie any more
2. Anyone else warming to Rafa? No? Just me?
3. City, still not convincing and I think strong teams will bully them.
4. Shearer has become a half cent pundit since he stopped sitting on the fence.
5. Phil Neville, got to love him, is he the most positive person in the world ever?
6. Swansea possibly not as bad as we have thought.
7. Bilic and De Boer have to be worried although after today's debacle, perhaps Wenger will be first to go.


1.) 27 Aug 2017 20:35:38
Pretty much agree with everything there mate.
I was saying to my lad yesterday that if this palace squad go down it's the best squad ever to be relegated.

2.) 27 Aug 2017 00:43:07
Phil Neville really annoys me. He's so biased it's unbelievable. Agree with the rest. De Boer is no surprise, he was abysmal at inter. Played some disgraceful football there.




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17 Mar 2019 06:58:26
Really not sure what to make of that. A step back in the League followed by a really poor performance in the quarter final of a competition we were within 3 games of winning. It’s been a great run and I guess now we will find out what Ole is made of. At least it demonstrates the need for reinforcements, there was a danger a continuing great run might have led to the wrong no conclusion that we were fine. I hope there is a proper inquest and we see a reaction. Poor all round, no leadership, and no fight.

Finally, United Addict, no problem with you posting and pointing out what is wrong, but waiting until after a bad defeat is a bit childish mate. Post away, disagreeing is fine, but suddenly appearing with the ‘told you I was right approach’ isn’t great.


1.) 17 Mar 2019 10:49:00
Now Tony come on and play fair. Search my name and you will see my posts over the past few months before i was hauled off the page by the "Ole at the wheel" brigade. Have said it time and time again and i will repeat myself. I am not in favor of Ole. He had 3 good games performance wise in what's now close to 4 months incharge. Sorry but that's not good enough. We were outplayed by Wolves. Let that sink in please. Its not an over reaction to yesterdays game, its the way players reacted to the Arsenal defeat. Its the way our players reacted to going a goal down yesteday and the worst of all was seeing Ole just sit there doing nothing. We were over hyped by that fluke in Paris and just came crashing down with reality.

2.) 17 Mar 2019 11:44:12
It was a difficult test as few players just came back from injury.
Therefore the obvious lack of sharpness and cohesion.
We didn't have much attacking options in the bench as well.
So Ole couldn't do much.
Some of the plastic fans were waiting for this moment. They should know that there are glaring deficiencies in the squad. And Ole had hardly few months to address all the issues.

3.) 17 Mar 2019 13:40:57
I am sorry but plastic? We supported the team even under LvG and Moyes. Everyone supports the team now, just not Ole. I don't think he has it.

4.) 17 Mar 2019 15:29:18
Outplayed by a Wolves team that have taken points off all the top 6, and knocked Liverpool out in the last round. Who thought Wolves away would be an easy game? It wasn't Stockport we were playing. Perspective seems to be a quickly disappearing trait these days, and short-term judgements are the order of the day.

5.) 17 Mar 2019 15:54:34
The arrogance on here sometimes is breathtaking, "played off the park by wolves, let that sink in" have you even watched that club this season? They have on the whole been sensational.

Fair enough we didn't turn up on the day but to take what was a brilliant performance from a quality team because you don't deem them on our level is nonsense.

Don't know about other fans but I can't stand our reactionary fan base at times.

6.) 17 Mar 2019 18:58:07
So that's our standard now. We should be worried about the mighty wolves who have taken points off all the top 6? Really? We set our standards higher than that surely. This is not reactionary, rather precautionary so that we don't make another wrong decision. After the Arsenal defeat, this was the game where Ole had to pick the team up and make sure the players turned up. I am not a romantic so i don't really care if Ole was a legend here. I want the best for the club and Ole as manager does not feature in that best.



14 Mar 2019 19:13:15
Lots of talk about various CBs. Surely if Toby is available at a very sensible fee then it’s a no brainier. Quality CB, knows the league, good price, keeps funds free for other positions. What’s not to like?


1.) 14 Mar 2019 20:25:52
I like him ajh. Is it a season or 2 too late? Has he peaked and stated to wane?
I do think we need an experienced head back there with real leadership qualities. He has a lot of the attributes we need no doubt about it and he would improve us but for how long?

2.) 14 Mar 2019 22:12:16
Good player, but as ken says maybe a season too late. He has had a lot of injuries over the last couple of seasons. Will he stay fit long enough to make a difference?

3.) 14 Mar 2019 22:31:32
Wages will obviously be the issues as well as length of contract. He probably feels for how well he's played he's been significantly underpaid compared to his contemporaries.

Hasnt had a contract extension at spurs so probably on a relatively low wages. So he will probably want to play catch up and get an inflated long term contract with a top european club.

Have to be careful we don't get stuck with a defensive alexis sanchez situation.

4.) 14 Mar 2019 22:33:15
He had a few injuries last season, but has played regularly this year despite not signing a new contract. He’s just turned 30, and should be able to play at the top level for another 4 or 5 years. If he’s available and wants to come here, there should be no hesitation in bringing him in.

5.) 14 Mar 2019 23:01:38
Phil Jones is probably paid more than Toby. We might get a few more games out of Toby. and the physios might be left lonely either. Win win!

6.) 14 Mar 2019 23:35:19
Massive fan but I agree think he may be on decline. A year or two ago he was the best cb in the league. Now he’s behind Van Dijk, Laporte and lindelof for me. Would be a steal at £26m though. However, as we have seen from the Van Dijk signing, a world class signing can take you from battling for top 4 to challenging for the League and champions league. He’s transformed liverpool. Spend that money on koulibaly and we will become contenders on all fronts. He’s a beast. However, it does seem Dias is our first choice. Either way a cb should be the first signing we make.

7.) 15 Mar 2019 00:52:46
He would be a terrific signing and we need someone experienced at the back.

8.) 15 Mar 2019 05:17:08
Alderweirald would be a bargain at 25 million. Would be a solid signing at the back.
He reads the game fantastically and is pretty good playing out from the back.
We can get a solid 4 years out of him and is premier league proven.
Unfortunately Ed said that we are not interested in him.

9.) 15 Mar 2019 07:12:19
Why do people believe he will still be good enough to be first choice at 34/ 35?

How many CB's can you name who were still world class in their mid thirties?

Most CB start suffering from injuries in their early thirties due to the physical nature of their job. Back and knee injuries though impact from landing after jumping for headers. Muscle injuries due to the explosive nature of reacting to quick attacks i. e. one second your standing the next your sprinting at full speed. That sort of physical exertion is high impact on your body.

I would steer clear of him. He has been a great player but he will very soon start to decline if he hasn't already. He could very well be a Sanchez signing. One that looks like a no brainer, where we weaken a rival while improving us with a seemingly world class player at a bargain price. Only to end up feeling like we got our fingers burnt.

10.) 15 Mar 2019 09:44:36
Realistically- jones, rojo bailly could raise 70% of the cost of a shiny new cb, koulibaly, skriniar and jiminez eg, but would pay for others muted to be of interest. Factor in getting 300k+ a week off the wage bill and its a financial and footballing win, win situation. The funds allegedly available could go on rb valencia off, mid mata away? and a forward- sanchez/ lukaku? Difficult to shift sanchez but altogether releasing funds for wages as well as some return would please our DICTATOR of football EW and provide a number of positions with the quality needed.
The above is all imo quite easily attainable as jones would have suitors epl and championship promotion sides, rojo muted for Turkey and bailly definitely in la liga or epl (Arsenal ) . Mata spain, valencia a wages only move to see out his career and if luk is not the answer sure plenty of sides would take him on.

11.) 15 Mar 2019 09:53:19
Let’s take a look at some of the top teams in Europe

Barca - Pique, 32 and still key
Real - Ramos soon to be 33 and still key
Athletico - Godin, 33 and still key
PSG - Silva, 34 and still key
Juve - main centre back pairing are 34 and 31

A good cb, can easily play at the top level into their 30s.

{Ed002's Note - All of these clubs are looking at buying CBs.}

12.) 15 Mar 2019 10:04:12
Shappy there are many elite world class centre backs in their 30's
Chellini, Bonucci, Thiago Silva, Diego Godin, Pique and Ramos (debatable) to name a few.

Players like Rio, Puyol, Terry were all very good in their 30's.
If we can get 3 good years from Toby, it will be worth it. Tuanzebe can be integrated slowly during that time.

Considering the inflated prices around, he will be a bargain. And we can invest huge sums elsewhere in the squad.

13.) 15 Mar 2019 10:11:31
I get that Ed, but these players are still able to play at a high level, and in most cases these clubs want to keep their experienced defenders to help new arrivals develop and acclimatise. The issue at United at the moment is that the ‘senior’ defender is Smalling, who is poor in terms of positional awareness, composure and organisational skills. This doesn’t help the younger defenders like Lindelof and Bailly to develop and improve. I think a key difference between United and the best sides in Europe is that we don’t have a top class experienced cb in the squad. This is one of the issues where Jose was completely right.

{Ed002's Note - If they are old enough they are good enough taken to the extreme then?}

14.) 15 Mar 2019 10:13:37
Real's announced yesterday their signing Militao. I imagine de Ligt will beat Barcelona within 12 months.

Personally i'd sign two centrebacks. Diaz and Toby/ Koulibaly. Promote Tuanzebe. Sell Bailly, rojo and one of Jones or Smalling.

15.) 15 Mar 2019 12:34:17
I think we will buy a young promising CB.

16.) 16 Mar 2019 05:11:14
I think that unless we can get de ligt or skriniar then he’s a good bet. He knows the league, we know he can perform in the league and at 25/ 26 million would mean we can spend elsewhere (as and where ole/ a. n. other manager feels) . Spending 50-100 mil on a centre back that doesn’t know the league is always a risk, whether Koulibaly or the others I mentioned. If Koulibaly doesn’t adapt straight away (being older) he might never, de ligt or skriniar (being younger) could be more adaptable. If they’re not available then Toby for a third of the price might be the sensible option.



14 Mar 2019 06:26:43
So that’s 4 English teams into the quarter finals with 1 from Spain, Italy, Portugal, and Holland. Bayern look like an old tired team and Real are all over the place this year, they are both going to have to rebuild which will lead to some frantic transfer activity. PSG should have done better but we saw to that and the other teams from the big leagues didn’t deliver.

Do we want an English team, do we want an ‘easier’ game against Porto or Ajax? What’s the betting we draw Spurs?


1.) 14 Mar 2019 08:10:32
Avoid Barcelona or Juve and we should be able to beat the rest or atleast have a good chance of beating.

2.) 14 Mar 2019 08:15:29
I want Liverpool!

3.) 14 Mar 2019 08:26:12
So UEFA like a sub plot so I fully expect the draw to come out like this:

Man Utd Vs Spurs, Ole Vs Poch for the United job.

Man City Vs Liverpool, the battle for the EPL.

Barcelona Vs Ajax, the battle of the Cruyff teams.

Juventus Vs Porto. No sub plot, but should mean that they get to keep Ronaldo in the competition until the Semi-finals at least. And he is a big crowd puller and money maker for UEFA.

4.) 14 Mar 2019 08:32:13
I'm convinced we'll get Juventus for some reason.

5.) 14 Mar 2019 08:48:00
I would love a game against Barcelona or Juventus. Don't want an English club.

6.) 14 Mar 2019 10:10:13
Shappy, if that doesn't transpire will you take it as evidence there is no conspiracy? ;)

7.) 14 Mar 2019 10:16:39
Im easy on the draw ajh.
Whoever we get we can beat and any one of the other 7 could beat us.
Luck during the games will play a part.
We have beaten juve and spurs already this season.
Barca and city are the 2 strongest teams left imo i'd be happy to draw any of the other 5 and would be confident that we can get a result if we play to our best.

8.) 14 Mar 2019 11:13:39
It really is so open this year. Perhaps the most open it has been in years. I have confidence that we can put in a performance against any of the remaining teams. But I would like to avoid Barcelona or city. I have a sneaky feeling we will get Liverpool. What a tie that would be. It’s incredible how we thought our season was a write off and now ole has us believing again. There’s nothing quite like knock out champions league football. So excited.

9.) 14 Mar 2019 11:44:32
I think facing liverpool would be such a cagey, never fraying affair, hope it doesn’t happen yet, City are capable of winning the tie at home, Barcelona are beatable but can rip you apart at the same time, Juventus I have said before the season would win it, avoid, Ajax a bit of unknown and Porto obvs everyone will want. I just hope there is a battle or Britain somewhere, preferably city v Scouse again.

10.) 14 Mar 2019 12:21:42
Feck it. Just enjoy it from here on in. None of us thought we'd be here anyway.

11.) 14 Mar 2019 12:51:54
I hope we get Barcelona and beat them.

12.) 14 Mar 2019 12:01:30
RWWD, no I would take it as evidence that they realised I have rumbled them. lol.

It makes no difference anyway, we are going to win it.

Just for context, Ole's greatest moment in a United shirt came 20 years ago in the final of this competition. Fate maybe?

Also the last time an EPL team placed a former celebrated player in charge of their team as an interim manager that side won the UCL.

13.) 14 Mar 2019 13:09:13
City will get porto they always get a good draw.

14.) 14 Mar 2019 16:30:49
Should also say the English sides are bound to get each other as UEFA don't like British sides and would hate the idea that the EPL gets the great advertisement and endorsement of having four teams in the semi-finals of the UCL.

15.) 14 Mar 2019 17:22:59
I really hope Juve, Barca, City and Liverpool draw between themselves.
That would put 2 of the top 4 teams who can win the champions league out.
Porto, Ajax and Tottenham are ties with somewhat similar difficulties.
I think we'll draw Ajax.

16.) 14 Mar 2019 17:45:55
I reckon you and Barcelona will get Ajax and Porto we will definitely get city again cos it’s definitely rigged poor old spurs will get juve but I think spurs will beat them but got feeling they go out on away goals. definitely Barcelona get one of Ajax or Porto.

17.) 14 Mar 2019 19:10:06
I don’t thInk anyone will want us, City, or Liverpool. City and the Scousers are pretty scary and we are now a very unknown quantity, our recent record will worry the other teams.

18.) 14 Mar 2019 19:15:39
Dont want Barcelona or juve next but scouse in the final!

19.) 14 Mar 2019 23:15:47
My predictions

Juventus v Ajax
Utd v Spurs
Liverpool v Barcelona
City v Porto.

20.) 14 Mar 2019 23:46:53
Not being rude or insulting towards the deceased but I'd hate Juventus to get Liverpool

If their was crowd trouble at least it would only be the supporters of said team involved.

It always bugs me why every other team got banned for 5 years.



10 Mar 2019 06:44:03
Redevilfan, I really don’t remember the post you mentioned and I’ve searched and can’t find it. It certainly is fantasy football at the moment and way above any expectations I had.

If we win today then I think 3rd is there for the taking. Chelsea still have a game in hand but are inconsistent, we have the momentum and the mood so that makes today’s game a huge one.

And disagreeing with each other is fine mate.


1.) 10 Mar 2019 14:44:16
It's a long time ago now AJH. I think we can agree to disagree lol. It's all good fun.



09 Mar 2019 17:43:55
Blimey, Spurs lose and if we win tomorrow we have the same poInts. Poch may not be the answer eh? 🙄.


1.) 09 Mar 2019 18:47:09
He never was Tony.

2.) 09 Mar 2019 19:19:28
It was only 5 weeks ago I said 3rd was their for the taking if we continue to play good football. You stuck your oar in and called no chance that it's not fantasy football.

What sort of football is it then.

3.) 09 Mar 2019 19:53:46
If we had 15 games left instead of 9 who knows what couldve been.

{Ed025's Note - and if my grandmother had a set of balls... :)

4.) 09 Mar 2019 20:17:55
Does she not do the bingo anymore?

{Ed025's Note - nice one mort..

5.) 10 Mar 2019 07:18:27
Poch the Argentine Klopp 😃😃.




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24 Feb 2019 17:51:05
This is where Woody needs to be held accountable. He extended Jose’s contract and then had to pay it up when he sacked him, and we e given Sanchez an abhorrent amount of money which would easily unsettle other players, particularly as he continues his headless chicken routine. I swear he passes to opposition players more than his own teammates.




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26 Jan 2019 15:54:06
A good run and this site is a joy to visit. Top work boys.




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07 Jan 2019 18:37:39
He’s a massive fan yet he chose Arsenal over us, interesting.




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07 Jan 2019 18:37:39
He’s a massive fan yet he chose Arsenal over us, interesting.




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22 Nov 2018 22:31:51
There are a lot of people don’t rate Rashford and would be happy to see him sold. Yet Madrid and Juve must see something others don’t.





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17 Mar 2019 12:39:18
This debate has a lot of nuances. I hate what the Glazers have done and I think even SAF toed the party line at the end.

If we didn't have an interim and a shortlist had been drawn up featuring Poch, Allegri, and Ole, the vast majority would have laughed at Ole being included.

But given the results he has achieved ed, many now want t him appointing, and I have been caught up in that enthusiasm. We've gone from 11 points off 4th to 3 points off 3rd and the PSG result and performance was breathtaking, he is one of us and the heart says we should appoint him. We've tried big names and they haven't worked.

For me, what happens next is crucial, how does he react to what was a very poor performance, we need to see a big reaction. Right now, I'm still for Ole.




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14 Mar 2019 19:10:59
Pickford is a nightmare, he may make the odd great save but he’s just as likely to drop a howler. Fair play to Southgate though, he’s very loyal.




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14 Mar 2019 19:10:06
I don’t thInk anyone will want us, City, or Liverpool. City and the Scousers are pretty scary and we are now a very unknown quantity, our recent record will worry the other teams.




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14 Mar 2019 19:08:38
Love it Danny. Fair play to him though if that is the reason. He loves the club but he’s nobody’s fool.




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13 Mar 2019 07:29:33
Macari? A loyal servant but I think you’ve elevated him above his level. How about Pogba, Rashford, Lukaku, Martial? See you at the weekend.