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  1. Manny

    Should the UK remain a member of the EU

    The absolute bare-faced cheek of anyone - including those testicle-faced bigots in the fucking DUP - claiming that this government has ANY claims of competence after their central deal - crafted, agreed and supported by them and their central legislature - has been beaten so soundly, makes my piss boil with a violence so bad I might as well be on Jupiter. Absolute fucking cunts One and All.
  2. The groundswell is growing - I caught a glimpse of the aftermath of their win over Spurs and the whole backroom staff is a manc wet dream, with loads of Class of 92® and other assorted club litter high fiving one another. If they do even remotely well there'll be petitions to keep this little sewing circle in place because it's going to let them all think that - after sacking their last three managers - they're special, different and better than other clubs with a rich tradition of Doing Things Properly, the United Way and all that bollocks. Solskjaer has tapped into that brilliantly to be honest, with all his self-congratulatory wank about "this is how United are supposed to play" just because Pogba has lashed a few through balls forward. He'd barely be tapping into the zeitgeist more if he had Clive Tyldesley sitting on his knee on the bench parroting about the balmy night in Barcelona every time Carrick pulls astring from behind.
  3. Manny

    Should the UK remain a member of the EU

    Not for me, it isn't. It's the political equivalent of a referee sending off a player for blatant and persistent timewasting - unprecedented and not strictly speaking within the "rules", but not entirely outside of his role and remit (and footie has much stricter rules than Parliamentary convention). This Executive treats Parliament with utter contempt - literally in contempt of Parliament a few weeks ago, pulling votes at the drop of a hat before Christmas, initially wanting to use Henry VIII powers to bypass Parliament altogether before the courts told them to fuck off and so on. In the face of all that, I don't think that the Speaker putting the Executive back on the timetable that they set out is a particularly gross abuse of his powers and is in keeping with the spirit of his role of ensuring Parliament's voice, and it's particularly enjoyable to see swathes of newspapers and the population were nobly trying to ensure Parliament's sovereignty crying foul of Parliament asserting its sovereignty.
  4. As always, whether or not this is a good thing will only be proven in the next few weeks and months. If we finally end our 29-year yearning for the league title then I genuinely couldn't give the remotest fuck about last night - in fact if we have a warm weather training break and go on a run after that then I'll even be pleased about it. If we fuck up though then it feels like a wasted opportunity. Thought most of the youngsters did well (Hoever was excellent and Camacho was raw but full of energy and his touch was first class) or at least didn't look completely out of place at worst - Curtis Jones was pretty anonymous but he had absolute horror shows behind him and beside him in Moreno and Sturridge. Those two - along with Origi (took his goal well but just doesn't seem to do anything other than offer a minor goal threat), Keita and Mignolet were the biggest disappointments: this could have been an opportunity for them to play into some sort of contention but they just didn't look any better than reserves. Shaqiri and Milner were below par but I'm prepared to accept that it's difficult to shine in such an ad-hoc team - I suppose the same extends to all of them but those two get the benefit of the doubt after some excellent displays alongside the main first team. Final word to Wolves fans - that's twice we've played them in recent weeks and they've been utter small-time, parochial, slack-jawed, Soccer Saturday-copying fucking cunts both times. Their team and manager seem to be really professional and likeable but they can take their sign on chants back into their backwater fucking town and fuck off down the leagues with their bent fucking agent mate with them*. *Unless they do us another favour and take points off City at the weekend, in which case I'll join them all in a Wetherspoons of their choosing and we can all sing Hi Ho Silver Lining or whatever.
  5. Manny

    Man City (a) 3/1/2019

    Taylor added about 15 seconds for about 3 minutes shithousery. Awful ref.
  6. Manny

    Man City (a) 3/1/2019

    Just popping back in the thread to call Martin Tyler a cunt
  7. Manny

    Man City (a) 3/1/2019

    Keep calm lads. We're well in this still.
  8. Manny

    Man City (a) 3/1/2019

    Listen to how happy Tyler is. Jesus I hate the old cunt.
  9. Manny

    Man City (a) 3/1/2019

    Worst game for Lovren this. We need someone comfortable on the ball alingside Van Dijk.
  10. Manny

    Man City (a) 3/1/2019

    Fuck off with this booing, you fucking tryhards.
  11. Manny

    Other Football - 2018/19 Season

    Christ, I know that was a while ago but that's a joke of a sending off. He's got both feet off the ground for a millisecond but goes in for the actual tackle with his left foot planted, and with the side of his right foot. Whereas fucking Evans goes in two footed. Shelvey was right, that was all on whiskeynose the bad twat.
  12. Hooreh for Oleh, the greatest manager since Busbeh. Except I'm struggling to think of a run of fixtures that you could better hand-pick, especially at this time of year. They beat Newcastle late on, Lukaku scoring with his first touch having been brought on as a subsititute: he cost more than Newcastle's entire first team squad put together, and he's coming off the bench. They beat Huddersfield, rock bottom of the league and currently in the middle of an eight game losing streak. They beat Cardiff, a team that's arguably the worst to come out of the Championship in recent years and who's best player this year has been 200 year old Sol Bamba. I know this is a tad Steve-O-esque, but that's three no-mark teams and Bournemouth - shoddy travellers - at home. He's meeting what would normally be expectations but such was the shitcoat tailspin he's being heralded as a genius. Hopefully it keeps up to some extent and he gets the job full time in the summer.
  13. Manny

    Arsenal (H) 29/12

    Over to you, Herr Hassenhuttl.