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Someone's having a real laugh - sperm of gollum to Utd.

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1 hour ago, Barry Wom said:

From the MEN when he signed......

 

Per year before a presumed 45 percent tax: £25.5m

Per month before tax: £2.1m

Per week before tax: £490,000

A string of Italian clubs are reportedly keen on a move for Manchester United outcast Alexis Sanchez, but the Daily Mail (erm..)claims all interested parties are being put off a move by the Chilean's enormous wages.

 

The 30-year-old wants to leave Old Trafford after a disastrous 18 months at the club, but a complicated contract that sees him take home around £560,000-a-week is now believed to be a major obstacle for any potential suitors hoping to put an offer on the table.

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Hell, you'd very happily stay in shape and do a few warm-up exercises each week for 1/100th of what this cunt earns. 

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2 hours ago, A_S said:

Hell, you'd very happily stay in shape and do a few warm-up exercises each week for 1/100th of what this cunt earns. 

Not sure I'd bother if I was playing

for them.

 

 

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5 hours ago, Anubis said:

I can sit out games at home every bit as well as that cunt, and I’d do it for a third of what he’s getting per week.

Exactly. I wonder if I could send him a begging letter??

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Apparently Roma want him on loan as long as United pay his wages. Italian club in offering to take something for free with vague promises of maybe buying sounds familiar.

 

May try it in real life. " can I borrow your merc for 2 years, you pay the finance still  I may buy it off you then"

Two years time " nah cars shit pal"

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On 13/08/2019 at 09:43, Ronnie Whelan said:

 

Greenwood is an incredible prospect. Parott at Spurs is an incredible prospect. However, Foden is more than that. At 19,he is an important part of one of the top two teams in the world.

 

 

 

Troy Parrot is Irish.

 

Not Declan Rice "Irish" either, so we don't have to demean ourselves by begging a 19 year old to play for us.

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15 hours ago, Boss said:

He's been paid £41m in wages since he joined them.

 

That can't be right, surely? 

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8 hours ago, TheHowieLama said:

A string of Italian clubs are reportedly keen on a move for Manchester United outcast Alexis Sanchez, but the Daily Mail (erm..)claims all interested parties are being put off a move by the Chilean's enormous wages.

 

The 30-year-old wants to leave Old Trafford after a disastrous 18 months at the club, but a complicated contract that sees him take home around £560,000-a-week is now believed to be a major obstacle for any potential suitors hoping to put an offer on the table.

The only sad part about that is the cunts can afford it. They seem to have a limitless pot of money for fees and salaries despite having to service the glaziers debt. 

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50 minutes ago, Em City said:

 

That can't be right, surely? 

I don't see why not. He's on at least 25m per year judging by the thing me and Howie posted. He's been there for a season and a half. 

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22 minutes ago, TheHowieLama said:

Sanchez turned down a move to Roma, even after United agreed to pay a large portion of his £560k-a-week wages.

 

Of course. He might have had to get off his  arse and play football. Who wants to bother with that when there are so many box sets to get through.

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On 17/08/2019 at 13:54, 1892-LFCWasBorn said:

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Such a grim competition, that. Completely undermines a run at the top four too. Hope they take it seriously. 

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9 minutes ago, Anubis said:

 

Of course. He might have had to get off his  arse and play football. Who wants to bother with that when there are so many box sets to get through.

I think I read that he has made 41 mils in salary while there and has played 41 times in all, so 1 million per appearance - has to be the worst transfer in history -- yea, no need to move 

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Sperm of Gollum needs to do the decent thing and start building his side around Sanchez along with a hefty pay rise I don't know how he's paying the bills on only half a million a week poor mite

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2 hours ago, El Rojo said:

Such a grim competition, that. Completely undermines a run at the top four too. Hope they take it seriously. 

Sadly last time they took it seriously they won it and qualified for the CL. I'd sooner they won fuck all. 

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10 minutes ago, Barry Wom said:

Sadly last time they took it seriously they won it and qualified for the CL. I'd sooner they won fuck all. 

Bit of a difference between being managed in Europe by Mourinho or a lad from the front of a Rice Krispies box who was poached from the Norwegian league. 

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42 minutes ago, El Rojo said:

Bit of a difference between being managed in Europe by Mourinho or a lad from the front of a Rice Krispies box who was poached from the Norwegian league. 

Hahaha. I get your point, but most of the teams in the europa league are shite. If snap, crackle and pop takes the EL seriously, they'll get to the semis regardless imo. I'd much prefer them to be humiliated and knocked out at the group stage. 

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Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on Sky Sports, explaining why Paul Pogba took the penalty: "The two of them [Pogba and Marcus Rashford] are designated penalty takers, it's up to them there and then - 'this is mine'.

"Sometimes players just feel they are confident to score. Paul has scored so many for us and today it was a good save. You can see the slides on the Power Point [to prove they were both designated penalty takers].

"The two of them have been confident before. Marcus scored last week but Paul was also confident. I like players with confidence."

On Alexis Sanchez potentially moving to Inter Milan: "Let's see what happens in the coming few weeks. At the moment he is our player."

 

 

 

At the fuckin wheel!!

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12 hours ago, TheHowieLama said:

Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on Sky Sports, explaining why Paul Pogba took the penalty: "The two of them [Pogba and Marcus Rashford] are designated penalty takers, it's up to them there and then - 'this is mine'.

"Sometimes players just feel they are confident to score. Paul has scored so many for us and today it was a good save. You can see the slides on the Power Point [to prove they were both designated penalty takers].

"The two of them have been confident before. Marcus scored last week but Paul was also confident. I like players with confidence."

On Alexis Sanchez potentially moving to Inter Milan: "Let's see what happens in the coming few weeks. At the moment he is our player."

 

 

 

At the fuckin wheel!!

You can see the slides on power point? Oh do fuck off! How fucking desperate does he sound to be taken seriously there? It reminds me of Rodgers when he was our manager. 

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Solksjaer looks like he's trying to keep everybody happy from Slur, Charlton, Woodward, his players, the tea lady, etc. This approach may help him day to day being everyone's 'Friend' but ultimately it will lead to his downfall.

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I was watching on a NBC Stream last night in the pre match interview the interviewer was asking why he had picked James the Answer was Dan is Dan .

Another question was in what formation will you line up at that point he didn't answer for a few seconds  you could see he just looked so much out of his depth .

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