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19 Apr 2024 18:44:10
Wilcox appointed technical director with immediate effect.


1.) 19 Apr 2024 19:36:54
It's very good news, thought it was close when they let Murtough go.

Need Ashworth sorted as soon as, then get on with proper planning for the future.

2.) 19 Apr 2024 19:38:19
Good news. Big job and big opportunity for him.
Ashworth is proving to be more difficult than anticipated but hopefully we can get him in for this summer too.
It's doubtful as it's a bit of a stalemate situation by all accounts.

3.) 19 Apr 2024 19:41:16
Another step in the right direction.

4.) 19 Apr 2024 21:41:19
Ashworth will get done too once newcastle settle on his replacement. great news finally one done and one to go.

5.) 19 Apr 2024 22:54:24
Ineos have set their stall on Ashworth so I'm sure it will be done, but it would amaze me if he's in place ahead of the summer. He was involved in a lot of their planning and gardening leave is designed to protect companies from people moving to rivals with sensitive information of this sort. Beyond the summer I think that argument drops off.

6.) 20 Apr 2024 07:14:32
I’m sure he’s sat at home resting Don, providing no feedback or input at all to Utd’s plans….

7.) 20 Apr 2024 07:37:53
Spot on Eric. Pretty sure Ashworth will have already been chipping in and planning in the background. What else is he going to do, play Minecraft all summer?

8.) 20 Apr 2024 08:27:16
He could be designing the new Old Trafford on Minecraft.

9.) 19 Apr 2024 19:52:36
Could someone explain what this role involves in layman’s terms please?

{Ed002's Note - In all probability he will look after the scouting and transfers.}

10.) 20 Apr 2024 14:45:30
You might be right Eric but that sort of thing could land him personally in a lot of legal trouble if proven. As he's not an MUFC employee he'd be very exposed, so I think that beyond giving his blessing to the signing of Wilcox and getting to know the structure of the club etc, I think it's fairly unlikely he's as involved as you imagine.

11.) 20 Apr 2024 18:10:28
… and Real Madrid never spoke to Mbappe over the years, ever.

12.) 20 Apr 2024 23:07:15
Yep Spenno.

When I moved from one F1 team to another I was forced to sign a non disclosure agreement for IP.

But it wasn’t worth the paper it was written on. Was I suddenly going to forget how to design the electronic systems?

Same with Ashworth. They will call him and he will “suggest” options. As long as he doesn’t do the deal, then all good.



05 Feb 2024 18:12:10
Just released. The knee injury to Martinez is indeed serious and he’s expected to be out for at least 2 months. ?.


1.) 05 Feb 2024 19:24:36
Could have been worse, others needs to step up.

2.) 05 Feb 2024 20:19:29
It's ok, he'll be back for the title run-in.

3.) 05 Feb 2024 20:21:23
Saw the list of games and think only City that we will really miss him for. Rest of games with Varane, Maguire and Lindelof back now should be able to cope.

4.) 05 Feb 2024 20:59:36
Especially with two weeks international including, after the rumours last night I’d say 8 weeks is good news!

5.) 05 Feb 2024 22:20:54
Bet he doesn't figure again this season and we don't have anyone anywhere near as good as cover.

6.) 06 Feb 2024 09:58:09
I think that depends on a number of factors Salford.
If we are in race for top 4 and need him then it maybe that he plays but if there is no hope for 4th then perhaps he won't play again this season and in that scenario it might be for the best.

7.) 07 Feb 2024 08:27:52
I agree what's the point of rushing him back if we are out of things. I know they said 8 weeks but knee injuries are tricky and I would not risk it at all.

Huge game this weekend folks. We beat villa and we will reel in both spurs and villa imo with 14 games to go.

We have very tough games later vs city, Liverpool and Arsenal with 2 being at home and will drop points but so will all the other teams above us. I have a feeling we will decide who wins the Pl Title this year even if we are not in it. Would be great if we crush liverpool's chances:) anyone but them imo.

8.) 07 Feb 2024 09:51:02
Martinez isn't the type of player that will want to sit it out on the side lines, he will want to back playing ASAP even if it means playing the last 3-4 games.
The guy is a winner through and through.

9.) 09 Feb 2024 09:56:28
It's a totally different injury to his foot so there shouldn't be any issues with that.

However, knee ligament injuries need to be given ample time to fully heal or you risk reinjuring it if you try to come back too soon.

Ultimately a players health should always be put above the sporting aspirations of the club.

If we have to wait an extra few weeks for him to come back then that's what we need to do.

I'd rather miss him for an extra few games this season then risk him reinjuring it, missing pre-season and maybe the start of next season.

This season is pretty much done for us at this point. Bar a run in the FA cup and an outside chance of top four. But to get top four now probably means a big drop off in form from one of the teams up there already as well as us putting a consistent run together.

For me this season now is mostly about getting players fit, giving youth an opportunity to develop and having a go in the FA cup.

10.) 09 Feb 2024 11:26:50

No so fast my friend, a win this weekend and we are right there. Spurs and villa have to play each other and they also have a tougher remaining fixture list imo. 14 games after this weekend 5 point gap is really nothing. Its all up to us and I am an optimist:)

11.) 10 Feb 2024 09:23:06
Ahmad, and a loss to Villa this weekend and it's an 8 point gap with 13 games left to play.

We've managed to play better in the last few games since we got a few players back from injury. Martinez being probably the key one. Unfortunately he's now injured again.

Our form is finely balanced on keeping players fit. A couple of injuries and our season falls apart again.

I'm optimistic that we can get top four, but I'm tempering that optimism with the reality that injuries could well derail our season again as they have the first half of the season. While we also need two teams above us to drop more points than us over the remaining fixtures.

Which means that the odds are slightly stacked against us. Can we beat the odds? Sure of course we can. But I wouldn't be banking on it or expecting it.

12.) 10 Feb 2024 10:01:13

I agree a loss would be 11 point gap and then it too far gone. I think we will win a tough/ close game 2-1 or 3-2 imo if villa show up. we will show up and If Martinez was playing I would have us winning with bigger margin. The options as cb pairings don't give me a lot of confidence, the rest of the pitch we are good imo.



20 Jul 2023 19:05:13
Onana done.




07 Jun 2023 13:38:09
Reports on Sly Sports that Sheikh Jassim submits fifth improved bid for the club. Allegedly a final offer with a Friday take it or leave it deadline.
Please Glazer take his money and go!


1.) 07 Jun 2023 14:48:04
They won’t when it’s below the asking price and supposedly below the valuation on the club by Ineos.

2.) 08 Jun 2023 07:57:41
I find it strange how the Qatari's stuff is getting leaked all the time and nothing on Ineos. They are very quite and hardly making any statements. If there is deal its Ineos I believe.

One other interesting thing about this whole thing is Raine group has Mubadala as one of its shareholders. Chairman of Mubadala and City same person Khaldoun Mubarak. I guess Chinese walls must be in place.

I was at an event post the FA cup with people associated with the club. No one knows a thing about where things stand on the takeover or numbers or who is the proffered bidder.

A lot of this stuff and what's being reported is sometimes far from the truth. The recent LIV golf/ PGA Tour stuff for example is not what really happened. Amanda Stavely from Newcastle brokered that deal.

3.) 08 Jun 2023 13:02:43
Ahmed, top insights.

Would it be fair to say if Raine are part owned by Abu Dhabi they’d purposefully make it difficult for Qatar?

To me Qatar seem desperate hence the public bid and deadline. They want to walk away rather than be rejected.

Personally I’m not all supportive of state ownership in football but something doesn’t quite add up with the clubs sale.



16 Nov 2022 08:18:42
Seems a lot of the 'news' outlets are suggesting we are looking to replace Ronaldo with Mbappe. Can there be truth in the reports we are going to jump from one circus straight into another circus?! Whilst nothing would surprise me anymore .


{Ed002's Note - Kylian Mbappe (S) Wants to move to Real Madrid but for them the financial outlay could be too much. PSG will not sell unless they can recoup something like €200M-€250M which will remove just about all clubs from any deal. Those who could potentially afford it are held back in Spain by the salary he would request and in England by the cost of the total outlay, although the Liverpool supporters remain absolutely convinced he will be joining them. Option for Real Madrid still if they can make space in the wage costs at the club but could not fund the transfer fee without significant sales. Similar is true for Barcelona who are continuing to regroup and will also continue to pick up players as Free Agents. Manchester City could potentially offer a wildcard option. Chelsea and Manchester United would likely both see the outlay as too high with wake demands of more than £750k per week before bonuses.}

1.) 16 Nov 2022 08:41:43
Thanks Ed002. Please God we avoid this.

2.) 16 Nov 2022 10:48:09
More chance of getting Pele.

3.) 16 Nov 2022 10:55:40
Thanks but no thanks -in the very unlikely event he comes to us no doubt the rumours of him wanting out after 3 games will start- avoid at all costs.

4.) 16 Nov 2022 14:14:39
I would rather have Victor Osimhen.

5.) 16 Nov 2022 14:38:34
there needs to be a cap on wages, its absolute ridiculous if he's asking for 750k a week before bonuses.

6.) 16 Nov 2022 15:38:28
Bolger, rather than a cap on an individuals wages there should be a cap on the playing staffs wages. Cap it at something like 50% annual turnover. That way you stop clubs being run unsustainably which risks them going bust.

7.) 16 Nov 2022 17:41:14
All for a salary cap but it needs to be across all European leagues or we lose the top players. And they all go to the Qatar Prem!

8.) 16 Nov 2022 17:42:23
Shappy isn’t that a part of the remit of FFP?

9.) 16 Nov 2022 18:05:20
Why the "greedy" pro athletes narrative took root as opposed to the "greedy" actor or musician one is fascinating. Probably due to the prevalence of sports media and its need for continuous content and the average fan played some sport and feels capable of criticizing performance. Regardless, worth asking yourself why you support more money going to the owners rather than the performers of the entertainment you enjoy. The cost of viewing the entertainment isn't going down anytime soon, maybe let the people responsible for doing the entertaining earn more. Or just continue to enrich the uber-wealthy. What could go wrong? Not like they might try and squeeze every ounce of profit out of you, with say an uber-league or something.

10.) 17 Nov 2022 10:45:36
Salary cap would'nt work, you'd probably find Mbappe would have a second job with Abu Dhabi airlines as cabin crew on £25 million per year.

11.) 17 Nov 2022 11:24:37
Pepe, It's not about curbing "greed", but about maintaining sustainability.

Barcelona are 1.3bn euros in debt, and a big factor in that is them handing out huge contracts to players like Messi that just wasn't sustainable. Barcelona are a fan owned club which highlights the dangers of placing the long term health of a club in the hands of people who make emotional short term decisions.

So was that Messi's greed for a higher wage or Barcelona's greed to keep the best player in the world at their club?

The other issue with spiralling wages is how it filters down to younger and younger players.

You have 17 year olds in academies on over £1000 per week. Charlie McNeil for example is the highest paid player in United's academy and is on £3400 per week. That's £176,800 per year as a 19 year old.

That mean's before he was 18 and officially old enough to leave full education that he is on over six times the average annual salary of people in the UK.

Biologically your brain is still developing right up until around the age of 21. Socially as a person you are continuously developing (or at least should be) .

People talk about too much too young, imagine earning more a year at the age of 17 than both you parents combined have ever earned in a year.

Is it any wonder so many of these lads go off the rails and never make it.

Garnacho is the next one in line for a huge wage rise. Currently he is on £1500 per week, but after a couple of goals and assists in a handful of first team games talk of a new deal is afoot. What are his wages set to jump to? 30k, 40k, 50k per week?

He turned 18 on the pre-season tour. But how can you not give him a 50k per week deal when he's keeping the 350k per week Sancho out of the team. A player who is only 3 years his senior.

Hopefully he stay grounded and focused, but how many of us can seriously say that those sums of money if given to us at the age of 18 wouldn't have negatively impacted us?

Even the ones who have made it into the first team and who do well, they are often rewarded with huge new deals to ward off other clubs, or large deals to sign with another club.

Look at Jadon sancho for an example. Every bit as talented as Phil Foden, yet he isn't part of the England squad.

The only players in the EPL paid more than Sancho (350k) are: Ronaldo (500k), KDB (400k), Haaland (375k) and DDG (375k) .

There is no way a 22 year old who is the 5th highest paid player in the richest league in the world shouldn't be making an expanded 26 man squad for a world cup.

Yet here we are. Has Sancho had too much too soon? Is he working as hard as he can to prove himself and improve or does he think he's made it and is coasting?

At the highest level of the game the margins are minimal. You drop your effort and fight by even 10% and you drop off the radar.

Hard work beats talent when talent forgets to work hard.

You make the argument about the wages paid to top actors and musicians. Yet many of them have had to suffer hardship to get to where they are. Homelessness and sofa surfing is not uncommon for Hollywood actors in their late teens and early twenties before they made it. Character building stuff that is needed to ground you to be able to deal with the fame and fortune when it comes along, if it comes along.

12.) 17 Nov 2022 19:44:21
A 1 legged donkey with a yeast C.V. could keep Sancho out of the team 80 million for him was unreal maybe he is putting in the work he's just not that good yet again an expensive disaster for UTD.

Lucky you've got owners like the much slated Glaziers the problem with UTD is they give the manager way to much power especially in transfers which when the much hyped but Mourinho aside complete failure of a manager is sacked your left with half a billion in deadwood nobody else will take even on a free then there's the nxt half billion rebuild rinse repeat.

13.) 17 Nov 2022 20:39:51
No one forces clubs to pay players those amounts though Shappy.

Barca are in the situation they are due to shocking management at board level. United are stuck with average players on huge wages due to incompetence.

Its up to clubs to manage themselves better, no need for regulation or sacrifice from the players, they are some of the most highly skilled people at their profession in the world and should be rumunerated as such.

14.) 19 Nov 2022 18:00:33
Pepe, I think there's snobbery in the media, too. They probably hate the fact that working class lads are earning that sort of money. Nothing said about actors earning 10 million a movie. If there's money swishing around, I'd rather it went to the talent.




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16 Apr 2024 12:25:47
Amazon Prime release trailer for '99'.


1.) 16 Apr 2024 13:16:06
Hard to believe its 25 years ago. Funnily the older I get the less pleasure I get from looking backwards. I take little or no pleasure from reminiscing. I'm not sure why that is but I'd prefer if i got more pleasure out of it.
I still prefer making new memories rather than looking back on existing ones.
Never liked history at school either. Wiser now I realise that if you want to know what will happen in 50 years time you need to look back at what happened 50 years ago.
Very enjoyable time that for us united supporters around the turn of the millennium.

2.) 16 Apr 2024 15:01:55
I love a bit of nostalgia and I’m honestly not sure I’ve ever been through as rollercoaster of emotions as I did that night of the UCL final. Happy memories for sure.

3.) 16 Apr 2024 16:08:30
A bit like everybody (who was alive at the time) remembers exactly where they were at the time of the moon landing and when Kennedy was assassinated. United supporters also remember where we were the night we won the treble. Some folk have so many 'I' in a post that you might think life was all about them. ?.

4.) 16 Apr 2024 16:45:41
I or I's?

5.) 17 Apr 2024 06:24:02
Said before I was in the Nou Camp that night, great great experience, however it is history.

In the 70’s and 80’s, we were harking back to 1968, Charlton, Law, Best, weren’t they great, weren’t we great, while Liverpool hoovered up the trophies. Nice to look back on things like 99 but I look more at recent history now. Yes, learn from the past, that’s what we do but don’t live in it, otherwise we become what we were in the 70’s and 80’s and what the Scousers were from 1990 for 20 years.

6.) 17 Apr 2024 12:33:21
The irony that the 2 most vocal ETH out voices leading for another new manager on here are spouting on about learning from the past and if you want to know what will happen in 50 years time you need to look back at what happened 50 years ago. I imagine they were both leading the SAF out chants in the 89/ 90 season too!

7.) 17 Apr 2024 15:05:35
Yes ports.
Sack managers who decline like atkinson sexton moyes etc
If a manager is doing the right things and progressing then stick with them.
Eth has shown huge dis-improvement from a promising start.
I'm not sure if you were about in the 70s and 80s I suspect not but atkinson for example was a much loved coach who won a couple of cups but was never going to achieve long term. Much like houllier at Liverpool for example.
Fergie had a rough start and then a lot of people within the club could see he was doing great work behind the scenes.
If it turns out eth is doing great stuff we can't see it will be known by the people that make the decisions and he will have nothing to worry about will he? just like fergie and arteta for example.

8.) 17 Apr 2024 16:41:55
And what makes you come to that conclusion Ken that I wasn’t around in the 70’s/ 80’s?!

9.) 17 Apr 2024 17:59:22
I said I suspect not I didn't come to any conclusion at all.
You don't come across as one of the older posters.

10.) 17 Apr 2024 19:11:49
You could be any age it's was only relevant to the post regarding looking back 50 years as you only gave fergie as the example so either put the sexton era out of your mind like the rest of us try to ?. Or big Ron's fun house?
I enjoyed much of big Ron's time and we had some great wins but it wasn't a sustainable philosophy. He did sign my fav ever player so all is forgiven. BR7.
I just can't wait for the summer it's going to be carnage one way or the other.
I'm 100% in the camp of what we have and who we have on 31st Aug.
I hope we have a new manager and some players are gone and great new players are signed but if we don't it won't make any difference to me on going into every game hoping we win.
I still can't wait for all the carnage on here between now and then? it will be great craic.



01 Apr 2024 18:44:18
Kieran McKenna. Worth keeping tabs on for the future? Doing a decent job atm and no stranger to United. Discuss.


1.) 01 Apr 2024 19:54:49
It's not that long ago he was part of our 1st team management and he got a fair amount of dog's abuse on here for being supposedly useless! How times change.

2.) 01 Apr 2024 20:07:21
We had him, Ole, Phelan and Carrick together and they couldn’t get a tune out of this squad.

3.) 01 Apr 2024 20:35:44
He always struck me as pretty uninspiring at Utd. On matchday he just seemed to do a lot of staring without suggesting much and on the training ground we can assume it was pretty poor, given that the Ole reign is often cited as one where players pretty much did what they wanted.
Credit where it’s due though, as the main man at a club in that division he’s doing very well. He should stay right there!

4.) 01 Apr 2024 20:58:06
He’s working with a group of players who pay attention to him, follow his tactics and eagerly work to his system…we get none of that from our lot! So.

5.) 01 Apr 2024 23:27:49
He is doing a fantastic job there.
Always seemed like the 4th wheel of or tri-cycle when he was here bhind ole phelan and Carrick.
Delighted for him and I hope he secured back to back promotion.
I've always had a soft spot for Ipswich since the days of mariner, Mills, gates and muhren.
If he continues doing well he will attract a bigger job no doubt.



15 Mar 2024 07:34:21
Looks like Liverpool are in the mood. I don't fancy us having a hope on Sunday.


1.) 15 Mar 2024 09:34:43
I might watch from behind the sofa ?.

2.) 15 Mar 2024 13:13:11
I might start watching with the bravado of a Tory politician with a fascist idea, only to then find myself white-knuckling my kneecaps like a Tory politician being driven through Moss Side.

You never know, I might experience a sudden call to clear out the rubble chute instead.

3.) 15 Mar 2024 16:37:26

4.) 15 Mar 2024 18:37:06
I’ve got a good feeling that we will win at weekend- even though it’s against form

5.) 16 Mar 2024 08:04:38
Jacko, against form? It's against any form of logic too ???
That said I admire your optimism and hope you're right. It is a cup tie after all.

6.) 16 Mar 2024 10:37:22
I have a ticket but sadly cannot attend. Free to anyone that wants it. It’s not a brilliant seat but at least you are at the game. Shout out and we can organise getting the QR to whoever wants it.

7.) 16 Mar 2024 11:38:53
We have to believe and support. can't go into this scared of them.

I hope we have AWB back and he is fit and ready. We will have a much better chance if he can lock down RB defensively and Dalot can have a MOM performance against Salah. Any other option looks a bit scary.

Every player has to play with full conviction and play better than the player opposite them. With a raucous crowd at OT we will always have a strong chance of winning in any cup game. In some ways it is better that it is Liverpool than someone like Newcastle or villa, the crowd will be electric for it.

8.) 17 Mar 2024 18:27:10
As Fergie said "football bloody hell"

9.) 17 Mar 2024 18:35:32
You see what a bit of belief can do! Yaaaaaaaay.

10.) 17 Mar 2024 19:18:29
Gobsmacked. Love it ?.

11.) 17 Mar 2024 20:00:50
What a game to miss KEEFY!

12.) 17 Mar 2024 20:01:53
I was there. One of the best games I have been to in over 57 years! What an atmosphere!

13.) 17 Mar 2024 21:32:21
DODGY. I made it. Mum had a good day and sent me to watch the game. Was sat to the right of the Liverpool fans. What an incredible atmosphere. One of best in 57 plus years!

14.) 18 Mar 2024 00:17:33
Ahhh, made up you could make it mate. I was watching on tv thinking you'd give this ticket up! What a game. Very entertaining. don't really want to say anything negative about any of the players or coaches. That was a proper battling win against a very strong rival. One for the ages ?.



05 Feb 2024 18:53:39
Licha out for at least 2 months with a “serious knee injury”. Nooooo.


1.) 05 Feb 2024 19:36:58
Not the best news at all. Is that club confirmed?
He adds so much to the team when he is there.
Shame for him too back to rehab.

2.) 06 Feb 2024 05:00:38
At least 8 weeks the club confirmed, so earliest game back would he Bournemouth.

3.) 06 Feb 2024 06:04:14
A serious ACL would have been 8 months. It’s not good but could have been worse. I hope the young lad Wambala, is it, gets some minutes.

{Ed001's Note - sounds like an MCL injury, they usually take around 2 months or more to recover from.}

4.) 06 Feb 2024 07:43:59
Would you bother bringing him back for 6 games unless we really needed to? Assuming of course he is even ready for Bournemouth. Much better to get him right for the following season in my humble opinion.

Imagine if he broke down again and ended up out for the start of new campaign.

5.) 06 Feb 2024 08:38:13
I was hoping that Martinez would stay fit and that Kambwala would get some minutes playing alongside him for the remainder of the season.

6.) 06 Feb 2024 09:14:27
I ruptured my MCL playing rugby and had a full rebuild. It took 5 months to heal properly, but it sounds like Martinez has gotten lucky. We could see him sooner than expected.

{Ed001's Note - it has got much quicker in recent years. They used to be season ending injuries, now they are about half a season roughly.}

7.) 07 Feb 2024 11:56:37
Yeah Ed, I didn’t have the rehabilitation those guys will get! It won’t be long I’m sure before other major injuries we start to see quicker recovery times.

{Ed001's Note - the biggest difficulty is the mental damage, as it can take a long time for some players to feel confident that it won't happen again.}

8.) 07 Feb 2024 13:33:20
Not too dissimilar, but I did my ACL playing footy in my youth (although the activity isn't important, it's a twist you could do just as easily going down the stairs) . At least pros get scans the next day and immediate treatment, on the good old NHS they told me it was just a twist for nearly half a year and to put peas on it before I finally got the MRI. So from injury to op it was 7 months, then over half a year of gentle exercises to stretch the new ligament (the hamstring they took from the other side of my knee) . Finally played again about one and a half years later, but was always to petrified to sprint again as I'll always remember the doc saying it could go again just as easily. Different injury I know but there you go.

9.) 07 Feb 2024 13:29:07
Correct ed. It was the second major knee injury I’d had and second time round despite a really good recovery and probably being stronger than I was pre injury, I never played the same way.

A lot more hesitant and the fear of re injury was there. I personally couldn’t get past it.

{Ed001's Note - it is very common mate, that is why it takes players so long to get their form back.}



24 Oct 2023 20:33:39
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18 Apr 2024 07:45:53
DonRed and Shappy, good posts. Insults? A bit snowflakey methinks. ??.




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16 Apr 2024 14:24:40
My word that is some response Ed. Thank you.




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11 Apr 2024 18:36:09
Oi ken you ???? Bad man so you are and no mistake. ?.




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11 Apr 2024 08:27:45
Ahmad, doesn't Dwight rate him?




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08 Apr 2024 08:54:50
ETH will be our manager next season. Mind Big Sam was in the directors' box with SJR. Careful what you wish for lol.





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20 Apr 2024 08:35:16
I can only hope.




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20 Apr 2024 07:41:33
On Sky Sports;

"John Murtough stepped down as football director at Old Trafford last week but it is understood Darren Fletcher will continue to play a key role in the football leadership team working across the men's first team and academy. "




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18 Apr 2024 07:38:02
Indeed Kurtis. As 80% that voted suggested the same by voting to give the manager more time. (219 v 54)




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16 Apr 2024 16:08:30
A bit like everybody (who was alive at the time) remembers exactly where they were at the time of the moon landing and when Kennedy was assassinated. United supporters also remember where we were the night we won the treble. Some folk have so many 'I' in a post that you might think life was all about them. ?.




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14 Apr 2024 18:38:20
Weed I’m becoming past caring what you think. I’m done playing chess with a pigeon.