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United's back 5 on paper should be decent but Chelsea found absolutely loads of space in attack. Pedro kept making the wrong decision & the youngsters look decent up until the final 3rd then toothless. Had they have had Hazard & Higuain they would have scored 3 or 4 today.  Chelsea were missing some players but they looked naive as if the manager was an inexperienced idealist. 

 

Good win for United unfortunately but their whole attacking play seems to rely on a give & go pass and use their pace. Chelsea's defensive high line & an awful performance from Zouma played into their hands. They could struggle against teams that sit deeper & try to hit them on the break.

 

 

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20 minutes ago, Doh'Nuts said:

Hahaha! Couldn't happen to a nicer son of a bitch. Speaking of which... there could be a player plus cash deal going on for another one, that could solve two clubs' problems.

 

https://twitter.com/GFFN/status/1160624752312115200

 

Breaking | Barcelona have accelerated talks to sign Neymar with PSG this week, Les Parisiens now accept the inclusion of a player in exchange & are in talks with Philippe Coutinho, according to RMC.
Son of a bitch switch!

 

Poor little Phil. Neymar encouraged him to jump ship, but every time he has his hero has fucked off before he’s got there.

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2 hours ago, viRdjil said:

 

 

Ah, Sebastian, you have resurfaced. Tell me, did you sit, Pimms in hand, on the sofa, and whisper your unrequited love and lust for Harry into the ear of ever-faithful Dear Aloysius?

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3 hours ago, moof said:

Maybe a controversial opinion but Mourinho is not nearly as detestable when he’s not managing a football team. 

Yep. You know full well he would love to manage us. 

 

 

 

 

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Would be nice if a few of our ex-players in punditry started highlighting City’s cynicism in breaking down opposition counters.

 

Maybe Carra could find a moment for it now that he won’t have opportunity to complain about Alisson for a while. 

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Steve Bruce. Jesus wept. Newcastle. 

 

Pardew, Kinnear, Allardyce and Bruce. 

 

Rafa is/was/always will be bigger and better than that club will ever be with that fat cunt in charge. 

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What’s going on with Mesut Ozil and Kolasinac? First there was that carjacking thing and now they’re apparently under round the clock guard after an ‘incident’ outside Ozil’s house. Two men with Turkish sounding names have been arrested but they’re still being guarded. It’s weird as fuck. 

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2 hours ago, Captain Turdseye said:

What’s going on with Mesut Ozil and Kolasinac? First there was that carjacking thing and now they’re apparently under round the clock guard after an ‘incident’ outside Ozil’s house. Two men with Turkish sounding names have been arrested but they’re still being guarded. It’s weird as fuck. 

Mesut never invited Erdogan to his birthday party , RIP.

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7 minutes ago, El Rojo said:

Kolasinac wasn't taking any shite in that attempted carjacking.

If you had told a William Hill odds-maker that Kolasinac and Ozil were in a carjacking and one of them had got out to fight the attackers, I wonder what odds they would have placed on the two options.

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12 minutes ago, Ronnie Whelan said:

He's a hard man to find Ozil. The contract killer will have his work cut out.

They were never going to see eye to eye 

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8 hours ago, Captain Turdseye said:

What’s going on with Mesut Ozil and Kolasinac? First there was that carjacking thing and now they’re apparently under round the clock guard after an ‘incident’ outside Ozil’s house. Two men with Turkish sounding names have been arrested but they’re still being guarded. It’s weird as fuck. 

Perhaps they said something on the Internet about gingers? 

 

I'll get my coat, it's raining outside. 

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