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Team: Manchester United


Where from: Northern Ireland


Favourite player: George Best


Best team moment: Barcelona '99.


Interests: Travelling, National Hunt horse racing, poker and golf


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04 Sep 2015 22:04:29
Creme de la menthe! Parlez-vous Norn Iron?

How to speak Norn Iron (very funny)


1.) 05 Sep 2015 14:34:03
Cheers Eds for the accompanying video. I've never felt sympathy for the French before, but God help them if we do the unthinkable, and actually bloody qualify.


2.) 05 Sep 2015 15:00:27
Stickin out stevie


 

 

 

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30 Oct 2017 23:12:48
What's people's thoughts on Jose's comments about Utd fans booing Lukaku? I know it was only from the TV, but I didn't hear any booing, and if there was, I'd suggest that it was annoyance with taking Rashford off, rather than anything directly against Lukaku.

And after his PSG comments, is José really in a position to start giving fans lectures about loyalty?

{Ed007's Note - What do you think he should lecture fans about?* Seems no matter what Jose says - and even what he doesn't - seems to upset some fans. Unless he called my mam a cow I wouldn't pay too much attention to what Jose says, he's far more intelligent than you, Stevie mate with your O-Level geography.
But if he Jose DID call my mam a cow he'd face the wrath!!! And it ain't pretty!!!!
*It was me booing Rashord off, telling him Stoke's planning a bid for Danny Welbeck.}


1.) 31 Oct 2017 14:08:06
Bond, step away from the Buckie :)


 

 

25 Oct 2017 14:35:37
Right. Let's get down to the nitty-gritty of the game against Spurs. Do I drop Kane or Lukaku from my Fantasy Football team, or leave them both in?


1.) 25 Oct 2017 14:42:13
Drop the 2 of them we will be playing 6 at the back.


2.) 25 Oct 2017 14:49:10
Leahy,

Show me the last game Jose played 6 at the back in a home and game.


3.) 25 Oct 2017 15:05:15
Stevie, I'll drop lukaku. Kane and Spurs are in excellent form and our lot haven't exactly lit the PL in the last two matches. Jose will park the bus in all probability.


4.) 25 Oct 2017 15:17:09
Gds I was being humorous.


5.) 25 Oct 2017 15:26:13
I've dropped Lukaku for Aguero. Kane is always going to score where as under Jose Lukaku is easily affected by the lack of service.


6.) 25 Oct 2017 15:28:32
Having this dilemma myself, tempted to drop Kane for the 1 week and bring him back for the follwing, I also have Jesus and who knows who Pep will play.


7.) 25 Oct 2017 15:46:40
Welsh always good to have Jesus on your side.


8.) 25 Oct 2017 16:38:47
Drop lukaku and pick rashford.


9.) 25 Oct 2017 20:08:47
Keep big rom Stevie. Brace on Saturday.


10.) 26 Oct 2017 00:18:16
Cheers, lads. I'm none the wiser :)


 

 

27 Sep 2017 18:42:27
Three at the back, tonight, with Young and Blind as wing backs by the looks of it. Never totally convinced with this formation, but hoping for a good result. Like to see Lindelof have a good game. Think the pace of European games suits him better just now.


1.) 27 Sep 2017 19:08:13
Be interesting to see martial and lukaku up top.


2.) 27 Sep 2017 19:17:05
Or perhaps Lindelof is at FB (or Smalling) . I'm pretty drunk already so I really don't give a hoot.


3.) 27 Sep 2017 21:50:18
That's ok ajh just don't start chanting😎.


 

 

24 Sep 2017 06:40:47
Never used to have any sympathy for some of José's antics over the years, but my God, that sending off was very harsh. Strayed over the touchline by inches.


1.) 24 Sep 2017 08:13:46
Refs love to punish Jose for anything, other mangers can do the same or worse and nothing done or said, used to it now.


2.) 24 Sep 2017 09:50:29
Compare that to when Klopp screamed in the face of the 4th official, which was described as passion. Obviously Mike Jones doesn't like Jose, but he is a garbage ref always.


3.) 24 Sep 2017 12:01:21
Minutes earlier the Southampton manager ran maybe ten yards down the sideline from his technical area to retrieve a ball for a throw in so Southampton could take it quickly. That must be ok is it?


4.) 24 Sep 2017 12:11:51
Inhope

Jose got in trouble for the water bottle last year. Give or take a couple of weeks and there were similar, more aggressive incidents with two other managers that weren't dealt with. Same can be said with recent high foot incidents not involving us. The inconsistency and failure to move forward with technology etc is affecting the game as a whole in my opinion. Love to know what everyone else thinks.


5.) 24 Sep 2017 22:52:11
Oh so it didn't have anything to do with him grabbing the fourth ref? Common guys.


6.) 25 Sep 2017 00:11:25
Stoupid,

No it didn’t mate, he was sent off for encroaching in to the pitch, an absolute joke and to do it when they did when Southampton were just about to have a very important corner was absolutely pathetic and the 4th official just spotting a chance to get himself in the papers.


7.) 25 Sep 2017 10:55:38
Stoupid, if you watch it again, you can see he lost his balance and grabbed onto the to stop himself falling over! And as GDS says, that wasn't even the reason he was sent off.


8.) 25 Sep 2017 12:41:50
Stoupid he was sent offfor srepping on to the pitch accidentally.


9.) 25 Sep 2017 15:52:14
Stevie. Totally agree. One rule for conti and Klopp and another for Jose. It's pathetic.


 

 

05 Sep 2017 11:03:33
Not United related, but at a time when most on here are decrying the international break, can I just pay tribute to Johnny Evans, and a starting XI comprising of three Premier League players, five from the Championship, two from League One and one from the Scottish Premiership.

To beat the Czech Republic 2-0, when the pressure was really on, was a fantastic achievement by a team that is greater than the sum of it's parts, and shows how a good tactical manager can be worth his weight in gold.

Evans showed just how much more mature he is as a defender these days, and though Steve Davis is the captain, Evans has become a real leader at the back.

Germany next, and in all likelihood a return to reality, but by God I'm enjoying the ride.

ps. Glad to see Rashford get on the scoresheet last night. One of the few England players that doesn't seem scared when he gets the ball. That early mistake could have saw him him retreat into his shell, but the young lad seems to be mature beyond his years. Bodes well for us.


1.) 05 Sep 2017 11:59:39
At a time when everyone is bemoaning internationals, they have been spectacular Nou. Are they guaranteed second place behind Germany now? Incredible.

Rashford and Jones played very well.

Looking forward to seeing Rash and Martial develop this season, they will both get plenty of playing time. I can see them pushing each other all the way through the season.


2.) 05 Sep 2017 15:20:04
I think it maybe wouldn't do any harm, Dodgy, if England missed out on qualifying for a couple of major tournies. I think England supporters have perhaps taken it for granted. Believe me, when you're not there it bloody hurts.


3.) 05 Sep 2017 16:30:25
I remember missing out on USA 94 which was bad after being in semi 4 years earlier. Big reforms were promised and never delivered. It took years to get st Georges park up and running.


4.) 06 Sep 2017 09:08:25
Since Euro 2004 we have been poor. Players play as individuals and not as a team. Friendly games should be where players who don't normally get picked, are given a chance to see how they perform at that level.
As we approach a tournament and players get injured. It's the same old story, he's never played at international level before so it's too much of a gamble to take him.
I remember ED001 saying that sponsors influence who gets picked as well. Every manager has to compromise from day one, knowing that they aren't in full control.


5.) 06 Sep 2017 14:28:54
I think Evans always had something but he isn't the player he was at united, sometimes people need that move to learn or grow as a player, do I think he's good enough for you guys now? Yes, he's get in most back 4, he does a good job but often gets overlooked. Seems like someone you want on the pitch, doesn't blame everyone else, calm, collected, can pass. Fair play to the lad he's definitely grown as a player.


6.) 06 Sep 2017 19:39:53
Nou, michael O'Neil has done an amazing job. Well on his way to being a top top manager.


 

 

 

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12 Nov 2017 21:15:45
I think Mata would do well at Madrid. Slower pace of the games, surrounded by some top players, would play to his strengths.


 

 

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24 Oct 2017 23:22:20
John O'Shea wouldn't have got into too many other top teams, either, but still played a solid part in our success. What's wrong with having good, solid squad players as back up? We all know we can't have 25 worldies.


 

 

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27 Sep 2017 22:26:33
Was always disappointed we didn't get Ozil when he went to Madrid, and when he went to Arsenal. Class act.

{Ed007's Note - I was the same, Stevie. I've always liked Ozil and the Arsenal move was never going to work imo.}


 

 

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04 Sep 2017 21:56:06
Less of the body-shaming, Tony!


 

 

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22 Aug 2017 20:42:00
Does anyone really think a move to that basketcase of a club, would really help him develop? If he does go on loan, I'd rather he went to a decent EPL club, and get more experience of playing in this league. Maybe Palace, with a footballing manager and TFM already there?


 

 

 

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14 Nov 2017 12:00:20
"Rooney, Ronaldo or Messi". :)

Sorry, jred. Couldn't resist, mate.


 

 

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11 Nov 2017 12:46:06
I get the distinct impression that José could really care less about our youth policy and infrastructure. Why go to all that trouble, when he's only going to be here for three years?


 

 

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11 Nov 2017 12:43:01
Would Griezmann really be allowed to flourish under José's style of play?

{Ed002's Note - I would not worry about that happening.}


 

 

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10 Nov 2017 11:09:44
Red Man, you regularly mention a plan. Can you honestly say, from the performances on the pitch, and the way that we play, that José has a plan? I'm genuinely interested, because I really can't see one. "Denial, denial that it is anything other than the manager". Of course the reverse could also be true, that you see no fault in our current manager whatsoever. I really think you work for his PR department :)


 

 

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10 Nov 2017 11:03:17
Does anyone else get the feeling that since José has arrived, his stay has always felt, I don't know, a bit temporary, as if he's only passing through. I want to feel attached to my manager, and see that his heart is in it. I just don't get that with José. I still think he's doing ok, and at least setting us out on the right track again. I just still can't see him as OUR manager, every time I see him in the dugout, or in interviews. This is just a rambling personal opinion, but the whole thing just feels a little transient, from the staying in a hotel, to the flirting with PSG. I want to love the guy, but he's making it very difficult.