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 Post subject: Re: Man Utd
PostPosted: Fri Sep 26, 2014 1:01 pm 
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Moyes's record is currently better than LVG's. without spending 150 mill. Should the Dutchman be treated differently if champions league or Europe is looking dodgy by february?

I say yes. Moyes walked in to the club with them being reigning champions. LVG has come in and said from the get go he will make big changes that will take time to bare fruit.
I'm aware I'm not a normal Man Utd fan but I'm willing to give him time. Although some more defensive buys would have made my time I'm giving him more comfortable!


spot on.. im with you here.. I might go a step further and say that uniteds poor form over the past season has reignited my interest in the premier league.. winning championships at ease became quite boring

moyes may currently be better atm (only just) but im quite confident that we will be in a much better position as the weeks unfold

Cyril makes a valid point as to why there wasn't more emphasis put on the united defence, losing those three has left a huge hole to fill

personally I rate jones

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 26, 2014 5:17 pm 
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Kosta Utd wrote:
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Moyes's record is currently better than LVG's. without spending 150 mill. Should the Dutchman be treated differently if champions league or Europe is looking dodgy by february?

I say yes. Moyes walked in to the club with them being reigning champions. LVG has come in and said from the get go he will make big changes that will take time to bare fruit.
I'm aware I'm not a normal Man Utd fan but I'm willing to give him time. Although some more defensive buys would have made my time I'm giving him more comfortable!


spot on.. im with you here.. I might go a step further and say that uniteds poor form over the past season has reignited my interest in the premier league.. winning championships at ease became quite boring

moyes may currently be better atm (only just) but im quite confident that we will be in a much better position as the weeks unfold

Cyril makes a valid point as to why there wasn't more emphasis put on the united defence, losing those three has left a huge hole to fill

personally I rate jones

Haha Fergie's last few seasons were such a snooze-fest!
I think there has been a lot of emphasis put on the defence. It's just a pity the club hasn't.


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 Post subject: Re: Man Utd
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Kosta Utd wrote:
Stuckey wrote:
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Moyes's record is currently better than LVG's. without spending 150 mill. Should the Dutchman be treated differently if champions league or Europe is looking dodgy by february?

I say yes. Moyes walked in to the club with them being reigning champions. LVG has come in and said from the get go he will make big changes that will take time to bare fruit.
I'm aware I'm not a normal Man Utd fan but I'm willing to give him time. Although some more defensive buys would have made my time I'm giving him more comfortable!


spot on.. im with you here.. I might go a step further and say that uniteds poor form over the past season has reignited my interest in the premier league.. winning championships at ease became quite boring

moyes may currently be better atm (only just) but im quite confident that we will be in a much better position as the weeks unfold

Cyril makes a valid point as to why there wasn't more emphasis put on the united defence, losing those three has left a huge hole to fill

personally I rate jones


Completely agree about having a bad year reigniting interest. Especially as we were so poor to watch. Even winning


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 Post subject: Re: Man Utd
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Stuckey wrote:
I'm aware I'm not a normal Man Utd fan


Yes you are!
Born outside England (never mind Manchester)
Too much to say
follow the leader syndrome :lol:

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I'm aware I'm not a normal Man Utd fan


Yes you are!
Born outside England (never mind Manchester)
Too much to say
follow the leader syndrome :lol:

:lol: Yes fair enough! At least I've been to a match! 8)


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Kosta Utd wrote:
3 pts :D


Yep, defence looked rock solid against the might of West Ham :wink:

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 28, 2014 8:27 pm 
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As a Dutch speaker, it hurts me when I hear van Gaal speak English.

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If he's working in England why shouldn't he speak english?


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 Post subject: Re: Man Utd
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Nice One Cyril wrote:
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3 pts :D


Yep, defence looked rock solid against the might of West Ham :wink:


So three points is a bad thing?

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Who said what about Rafael?

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 Post subject: Re: Man Utd
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If he's working in England why shouldn't he speak english?

No I mean his English is terrible

He needs to sharpen it up a bit

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 Post subject: Re: Man Utd
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Kosta Utd wrote:
Who said what about Rafael?


He's a rubbish defender and a hothead to boot. As Rooney showed, losing the plot is not a great idea.

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 Post subject: Re: Man Utd
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ruud wrote:
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If he's working in England why shouldn't he speak english?

No I mean his English is terrible
He needs to sharpen it up a bit


At least he makes an effort. I never saw steve mcclaren give an interview in Dutch when he was there.

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Nice One Cyril wrote:
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Who said what about Rafael?


He's a rubbish defender and a hothead to boot. As Rooney showed, losing the plot is not a great idea.


we'll he set up the first goal and looked dangerous going forward.. always keen to turn defence into attack

looked good to me

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Kosta Utd wrote:
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Who said what about Rafael?


He's a rubbish defender and a hothead to boot. As Rooney showed, losing the plot is not a great idea.


we'll he set up the first goal and looked dangerous going forward.. always keen to turn defence into attack

looked good to me


Still a psycho though.

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 Post subject: Re: Man Utd
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Dead Charlotte wrote:
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If he's working in England why shouldn't he speak english?

No I mean his English is terrible
He needs to sharpen it up a bit


At least he makes an effort. I never saw steve mcclaren give an interview in Dutch when he was there.


:lol: :lol:

You just reminded me of McLarens dutch accent. One of the funniest things I have ever seen


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 Post subject: Re: Man Utd
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Kosta Utd wrote:
Nice One Cyril wrote:
Kosta Utd wrote:
Who said what about Rafael?


He's a rubbish defender and a hothead to boot. As Rooney showed, losing the plot is not a great idea.


we'll he set up the first goal and looked dangerous going forward.. always keen to turn defence into attack

looked good to me

One of the best games I've seen him play. More of that please!


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 Post subject: Re: Man Utd
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V QPR EVEN NOC WOULD LOOK GOOD.

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 Post subject: Re: Man Utd
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V QPR EVEN NOC WOULD LOOK GOOD.


Good judge, I'd look good anywhere it was very dark.

But weren't they playing West Ham?

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 Post subject: Re: Man Utd
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Dead Charlotte wrote:
ruud wrote:
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If he's working in England why shouldn't he speak english?

No I mean his English is terrible
He needs to sharpen it up a bit


At least he makes an effort. I never saw steve mcclaren give an interview in Dutch when he was there.

well he did put on a dutch accent quite well

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ZnoP4sUV90

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 Post subject: Re: Man Utd
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Welbeck 4 goals in 5 games for the Gooners... how's Falcao going?? :wink:

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 Post subject: Re: Man Utd
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Welbeck 4 goals in 5 games for the Gooners... how's Falcao going?? :wink:

Apparently it cost Man Utd a similar amount to bring Falcao there for a one season loan as it did for Arsenal to buy Welbeck.
So that means Man Utd need to get the same amount of use out of Falcao in one season that Arsenal will get out of Welbeck's entire Arsenal career. :oops:


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 Post subject: Re: Man Utd
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Di Maria scores again and sets up Falcao for his first (nice clearance off his own line also by falcao)

Not sure if he is worth the money hey sticks Stuckey:)

Brilliant game by De Gea' saved a number of shots including a penalty..

Another 3 points for United, another great week :)

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 Post subject: Re: Man Utd
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Kosta Utd wrote:
Di Maria scores again and sets up Falcao for his first (nice clearance off his own line also by falcao)

Not sure if he is worth the money hey sticks Stuckey:)

Brilliant game by De Gea' saved a number of shots including a penalty..

Another 3 points for United, another great week :)

Yeah, De Gea was good. With defenders like those presently in front of him he'll have to keep doing that against the top sides though. It's a long time until the transfer window opens & Man.U opens up the chequebook for a dominant centre-back.

ps, did anyone else think Falcao looked offside scoring his goal?


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I watched it a few times on the premier league review shows last night.. looked onside to me (mind you I was half cut :D )

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 Post subject: Re: Man Utd
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Kosta Utd wrote:
Di Maria scores again and sets up Falcao for his first (nice clearance off his own line also by falcao)

Not sure if he is worth the money hey sticks Stuckey:)

Brilliant game by De Gea' saved a number of shots including a penalty..

Another 3 points for United, another great week :)

Yep thats done it! Great games against Burnley, QPR, Leicester, West Ham and Everton has paid £65m off. :roll:

Not to mention his amazing display for Argentina in a friendly!


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Stuckey wrote:
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Di Maria scores again and sets up Falcao for his first (nice clearance off his own line also by falcao)

Not sure if he is worth the money hey sticks Stuckey:)

Brilliant game by De Gea' saved a number of shots including a penalty..

Another 3 points for United, another great week :)

Yep thats done it! Great games against Burnley, QPR, Leicester, West Ham and Everton has paid £65m off. :roll:

Not to mention his amazing display for Argentina in a friendly!



and im sure it hurt your pocket personally.. the 65mill :roll:

if you cant see that Di Maria is all class and arnt happy to have him on board u have NFI

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Kosta Utd wrote:
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Yep thats done it! Great games against Burnley, QPR, Leicester, West Ham and Everton has paid £65m off. :roll:

Not to mention his amazing display for Argentina in a friendly!



and im sure it hurt your pocket personally.. the 65mill :roll:

if you cant see that Di Maria is all class and arnt happy to have him on board u have NFI

Find me where I said he was no good?


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