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Cue a dozen references to "that balmy night in Barcelona".

 

Just how long the fans' goodwill for scoring that goal 20 years ago will last, remains to be seen.

 

I suspect not so long.

 

Anyway, come on nefarious roguery of Madrid, work behind the scenes to bag that hot property from Spurs before these do.

 

Stick to the formula, Edwoodward, get Ol-eh, then go for Zizou-eh, you know you want to!

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I hate the little gimp but his press conference has just been shown on Sky and he came across quite well I thought - hope he doesn't get them playing well! He's certainly saying all the right things.

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Hope he has a great/lucky few months, including a surprise victory over City. Then they juuuust miss out on fourth with a really bad penalty call and they buy out his Molde contract and give him a six-year deal.

 

Then next summer he buys a bunch of 30 year-olds for huge money who all flop and he gets them relegated.

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Please dear god, let him go 4-4-2 all out attack with high playing wingers. Even bacon face had to change it later on to accomodate their European games.

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Not being funny but this snivelling little prick is fast becoming my most hated Manc. Look at his smug face the wanker. Love it that they have hired someone I can really hate! I need this hatred in my heart again. 

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14 minutes ago, cloggypop said:

I'd forgotten how much I dislike his stupid smug face. 

I know, I feel dirty that I said he came across well  - must be getting soft in my old age! Soon as they start winning games (they have a relatively easy next few games)  and he gets smug I will go into full blown hatred again!

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He’s a nice fella I reckon.  They won’t give a shit about that when he gets turned over by some mediocre teams and knocked out the champions league in embarrassing fashion.

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58 minutes ago, Ginny said:

Not being funny but this snivelling little prick is fast becoming my most hated Manc. Look at his smug face the wanker. Love it that they have hired someone I can really hate! I need this hatred in my heart again. 

Er, were you having trouble when it was Jose?

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13 minutes ago, Ne Moe Imya said:

Er, were you having trouble when it was Jose?

Negged for referring to Mourinho by his first name, even though I’m not really arsed, and have never really been arsed about him.

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7 hours ago, redheart said:

He was awful at Cardiff and he will make not a lot of difference.

 

The feel good factor will not last long

Cardiff were shit anyway. He won't have to do much to get a response from that Utd squad

Chelsea suddenly found another gear when Mourinho fucked off.

Don't under-estimate the lift shitcoat being booted will have on the players . 

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Solskjaer was a cracking striker. He has just made the biggest mistake of his life. He won't be getting free beers in Manchester after this saga. 

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