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16 minutes ago, DaveT said:

And even Moyes was allowed to spend £37.5m on Mata and £27.5m on Fellatio, which, 8(?) years ago, were pretty big fees. 

Well spotted about Mata. In my head, I just think of Moyes signing Fellaini.

 

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I can see Cronaldo getting rather pissed off soon enough and upsetting the already unstable apple cart.  

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If they are planning protests, I’m quite glad not to be going and I hope all our supporters get in and out safely. 
 

It like running the gauntlet at the best of times, especially to and from the coach park. That’s where the protests were last time. You know who the targets will be. 

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On 17/10/2021 at 12:02, Moo said:

I think Bruce would have done a very good job there after Ferguson, Gollum, or van Gaal left, and maybe even after Shitcoat.  But not any more, too many egos and big name big fee players in the squad with no chance to strip it bare and start again.

They need someone to do what Rafa's done with the Bloos: sack off any overbearing egos or vanity signings and stick to people who are prepared to do the job the team needs them to do.

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4 hours ago, No2 said:

I think this is a myth. They have a few good players that all play in the same position. Honestly if Wan Bisaka, Maguire, Lindelof, Fred, McTominay, Matic or Ronaldo were available for free would Klopp, Pep or Tuchel take any of them? That's half their team and no sane manager would take any of them.

Even with what is essentially an amateur at manager, they finish in the Champions League places and that's because of the talent in their squad.

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4 minutes ago, AngryOfTuebrook said:

They need someone to do what Rafa's done with the Bloos: sack off any overbearing egos or vanity signings and stick to people who are prepared to do the job the team needs them to do.


Yep. Bring back Van Gaal.

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24 minutes ago, 3 Stacks said:

Even with what is essentially an amateur at manager, they finish in the Champions League places and that's because of the talent in their squad.

Maybe but they're still 3 or 4 excellent signings away from competing with City and ourselves regardless of who the manager is. That midfield and right back aren't winning any titles, a good midfield may cover some deficiencies in defence but they are a long way off that.

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44 minutes ago, 3 Stacks said:

Even with what is essentially an amateur at manager, they finish in the Champions League places and that's because of the talent in their squad.

They got a fucking load of penalty decisions that no one else in the league would have been given. They took a penalty at Brighton after the game had officially finished that gave them the 3 points. They should have been docked 3 points for failing to get our fixture on as well.

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The authorities should tell the cunts that if, due to their fans, they are unable to safely host the fixture then it is classed as a 2-0 away win. Give them fair warning.

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2 hours ago, Pete said:

I can see Cronaldo getting rather pissed off soon enough and upsetting the already unstable apple cart.  

The only thing he'll be pissed off with is the ole has fell off the wheel a little too soon. He won't want the managers job available till much later in the season to be able to illustrate he should be their new leader. 

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1 hour ago, A Red said:

The authorities should tell the cunts that if, due to their fans, they are unable to safely host the fixture then it is classed as a 2-0 away win. Give them fair warning.

This.

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4 minutes ago, Scott_M said:

Neville scathing on the the mancs tonight.

Has he attached any blame to his mate Ole?

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5 minutes ago, KMD7 said:

Has he attached any blame to his mate Ole?


Not really. Blaming the players.

 

Carra stuck it to him a bit more. They don’t press, they don’t get behind the ball, there is no style and they aren’t improving. They either aren’t doing it on the training pitch or the players aren’t pay attention. Solakjaer isn’t as good as Klopp, Guardiola or Tuchel.

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3 minutes ago, TheHowieLama said:

Why does Gary Nev's reel off the players at the end there and forget about 

 

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He’s been quite good for them no?

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2 minutes ago, aRdja said:

He’s been quite good for them no?

If he was just listing the players who have been crap he would have started with Harry Maguire. He names every other attacker except Ronaldo.

And to be honest, no, not really. He scored a big tap in and a couple jammy golas, 3 in total in the league - United were far more dangerous last year through Fernandes.

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Ronaldo's done what you would expect a 36 year old striker who knows where the goal is to do, which is score a couple and not do much else. It's just funny that Man United once again didn't seem to think through why it might not be the best idea to sign him. 

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3 hours ago, A Red said:

The authorities should tell the cunts that if, due to their fans, they are unable to safely host the fixture then it is classed as a 2-0 away win. Give them fair warning.


They should.

 

Especially considering it’s obviously a deliberate sabotage of games against us, and a nice occasion to cause some trouble.

 

And they wont.

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4 minutes ago, 3 Stacks said:

Ronaldo's done what you would expect a 36 year old striker who knows where the goal is to do, which is score a couple and not do much else. It's just funny that Man United once again didn't seem to think through why it might not be the best idea to sign him. 


I saw a stat the other day about presses per game from all the attackers in the league.


I can’t remember who was top, whoever it was had 40 odd per game. Jota and Firmino fared best for us. Can’t remember their numbers. Mo and Mane were doing about 23 per game.

 

Ronaldo was bottom, doing 2.5 per game. The player second bottom (cant remember again) was doing 5 per game.

 

So Ronaldo is working half as hard as the 2nd worst presser on the league.


Neville’s analysis of them being two teams of 5 was interesting tonight.

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