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Him signing for the mancs comes a distant 3rd for me compared to him running down his contract, then fucking us over again when going to Newcastle when a move to us at that time would have been great for all parties.

 

A man who was meant to be in control of his own destiny, sure listened and acted on some terrible advice.

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Nah, fuck him. He can tell his Utd war stories while taking somebody else's coin. Appoint one of our ex-players who actually still loves the club. Plenty about.

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He pulled a fast one to get himself out of the club to go abroad.  He then returned to the UK and went to a sworn enemy when he couldn't get arrested over here after falling out of favour abroad.  Tried to come back but realised that was never going to happen.  A familiar story, though one with less duplicity where Owen was concerned.  

 

Is it the time of the month?  He's gone, get over it.

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Is it the time of the month?  He's gone, get over it.

 

 

just, as ever, providing evidence of the contradictory stance adopted by many.  Can't we just respect their achievements here while disapproving of the lying and duplicity involved as they manoeuvred themselves out of the club?

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  Can't we just respect their achievements here while disapproving of the lying and duplicity involved as they manoeuvred themselves out of the club?

 

I don't think "we" can, no. 

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Is he gone though? Is he still an ambassador for the club? I have no idea as he never seems to appear on our behalf and that's the first thing I have seen of him, talking about United.

 

It wasn't about Owen.  stringy was having another not-too-subtle moan about Rafa, seven years after he departed.

 

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Anyone seen that video doing the rounds on twitter? Owen is getting slaughtered for it!

I keep hearing him on a radio advert for someone called 'Gary Law'.

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It wasn't about Owen. stringy was having another not-too-subtle moan about Rafa, seven years after he departed.

 

Always-Ultra-Long-Plus-Wings-Sanitary-Pa

Careful, Stringy knows things about Rafa that would turn your pubes grey overnight.

 

One day he might tell us. But then he'll have to kill us all.

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I don't think "we" can, no.

I’ve given Benitez plenty of praise for his achievements in his first few years with us, much of it in response to individuals who squeal that I have never done it.

 

I feel that Owen deserves similar praise while acknowledging that the way they both engineered their way out was less than admirable. Only the squealers can take offence at that.

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Careful, Stringy knows things about Rafa that would turn your pubes grey overnight.

 

One day he might tell us. But then he'll have to kill us all.

 

I'm still waiting for the big reveals.

 

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Where's my book?

 

I’ve given Benitez plenty of praise for his achievements in his first few years with us, much of it in response to individuals who squeal that I have never done it.

 

I feel that Owen deserves similar praise while acknowledging that the way they both engineered their way out was less than admirable. Only the squealers can take offence at that.

 

You're right, it's a great comparison.

 

EVERYONE OWEN AND RAFA ARE CUT FROM EXACTLY THE SAME SCUM CLOTH NEVER FORGET.  NEVER.

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Today, The Evil Empire were celebrating the 20 year anniversary of Clive Tyledsley's wet dream by having a charity game against Bayern. Aside from Keane, the entire first XI were there.

 

Okay.

 

You know, that's obviously disgusting. However, that's nothing to do with civilised people.

 

That's their business. 

 

Weĺl, guess which two faced turncoat twat was the MUFC commentator?

 

The duplicitous little cunt is still drawing a salary as an ambassador for the club, while he's wanking Nevile, Beckham and Ferguson silly on TV.

 

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54 minutes ago, Kevin D said:

Today, The Evil Empire were celebrating the 20 year anniversary of Clive Tyledsley's wet dream by having a charity game against Bayern. Aside from Keane, the entire first XI were there.

 

Okay.

 

You know, that's obviously disgusting. However, that's nothing to do with civilised people.

 

That's their business. 

 

Weĺl, guess which two faced turncoat twat was the MUFC commentator?

 

The duplicitous little cunt is still drawing a salary as an ambassador for the club, while he's wanking Nevile, Beckham and Ferguson silly on TV.

 

Surely the club need to have a word.

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12 minutes ago, Elite said:

Surely the club need to have a word.

 

What exactly can they say?

 

Michael, given we have a contract with you, you can imagine how shocked I was that you didn't honour it and acted like a mercenary. When I heard that you had angered Liverpool fans by going to Old Trafford, I was so, so shocked to see gambling going on this establishment.

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Just now, Kevin D said:

 

What exactly can they say?

 

Michael, given we have a contract with you, you can imagine how shocked I was that you didn't honour it and acted like a mercenary. When I heard that you had angered Liverpool fans by going to Old Trafford, I was so, so shocked to see gambling going on this establishment.

It's not difficult. Either he stops cosying up with the club's biggest rivals or he no longer represents us in a formal paid role.

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Frog and the Scorpion.

 

Owen told us exactly what this club meant to him and what kind of man he is, when he joined Ferguson. He should have never been in any kind of discussion for the job, when, for example, a guy like John Barnes is around.

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4 minutes ago, Kevin D said:

Frog and the Scorpion.

 

Owen told us exactly what this club meant to him and what kind of man he is, when he joined Ferguson. He should have never been in any kind of discussion for the job, when, for example, a guy like John Barnes is around.

That I agree with 

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