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He nearly scored a superb overhead kick for us at Sunderland. I think it went over the line but not given. Cant remember

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Brendan Rodgers, LFC manager,surely not?

You need some new material mate....On Speedy I totally agree, lost count of the arguments I've gotten involved with when it comes to him, people who never even saw him play cite his signing as a sign that Kenny has lost the plot, utter rubbish, nowt wrong with Speedie, very decent player and excellent in the air, wouldn't mind seeing him here now

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It's depressing to realise just how many bad transfers we've been involved in over the last 25 years and just how few in the previous 20 years. Does it coincide with the end of the boot room and the squandering of all that football knowledge?

It's also worth remembering that squad's are much bigger now.  Bigger squads = more signings = more ropey signings.

 

1985/86 - 18 players - 2 trophies

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2015/16 - 31 players - about 2 people think we might win any trophies

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I have a great memory of Keane.

Away at Arsenal,there fans giving the normal hoof chants as Pepe belted the ball clear and the ball dropped in behind the back 4 and as the were halfway through chanting it died in there throats as Keane hammered the ball into the top corner

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I always forget that Nico Anelka played here.  (I try to forget about El Hadji Diouf.)

 

It was pointed out to me a while ago that if most United fans drew up a list of their Ten Most Hated Teams, it'd read a lot like Anelka's CV.  You have to respect that.

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It's depressing to realise just how many bad transfers we've been involved in over the last 25 years and just how few in the previous 20 years. Does it coincide with the end of the boot room and the squandering of all that football knowledge?

 

Less money around generally, Frank, when we were growing up.

 

People thought more carefully, shrewdly, closely, analytically, valued a dollar more and therefore got more for their money.

 

More recently, too much Murdoch money around, lazy buying... there's cunts that can't trap a ball on 90K a week. 

 

It's a bollocks world.

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Frode Kippe. I can't remember him ever playing for us but evidently he did. He must have been one of those defenders who looks like a potential world beater at youth level because he's about 3 times the size of any strikers he's marking, but once these players catch up physically, he turns out to be slow useless grock.

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Ziege and Reidle were boss before they came here. That was when a lot of players entering their last years of their careers came to England for a last hurrah.

 

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Watched the Carter Chelsea game live in Ireland. Giles was co commentator for the game and said it was about time he was taken off. A useless sack of shit

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I dont think Reidle was as bad as some say. He was brought in as a older head to a young strikeforce and i can well imagine he was very useful off the pitch in teaching others

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