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 Post subject: Re: Man Utd
PostPosted: Mon Oct 30, 2017 11:39 am 
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Was a time not too long ago, when there was a game on telly as a neutral you’d see it was man utd and think I’ll watch this coz it should be a decent game at least. Not any more


I have never thought that.


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 Post subject: Re: Man Utd
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Was a time not too long ago, when there was a game on telly as a neutral you’d see it was man utd and think I’ll watch this coz it should be a decent game at least. Not any more


He's very negative. I remember when you used to go to OT and get battered for 90 minutes, now Spurs go there and are the dominant team. Doesn't mean you'll always come away with the points, but the fear factor is long gone.

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 Post subject: Re: Man Utd
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Nice One Cyril wrote:
N5 1BH wrote:
Was a time not too long ago, when there was a game on telly as a neutral you’d see it was man utd and think I’ll watch this coz it should be a decent game at least. Not any more


He's very negative. I remember when you used to go to OT and get battered for 90 minutes, now Spurs go there and are the dominant team. Doesn't mean you'll always come away with the points, but the fear factor is long gone.



Mourhino calls it 'a tactical victory'. :lol:

Not the type of Football that's going to win them a Premiership any time soon.

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N5 1BH wrote:
Was a time not too long ago, when there was a game on telly as a neutral you’d see it was man utd and think I’ll watch this coz it should be a decent game at least. Not any more


He's very negative. I remember when you used to go to OT and get battered for 90 minutes, now Spurs go there and are the dominant team. Doesn't mean you'll always come away with the points, but the fear factor is long gone.



Mourhino calls it 'a tactical victory'. :lol:

Not the type of Football that's going to win them a Premiership any time soon.


The only type of football that guarantees winning the title, is winning football. Everything else is irrelevant.

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 Post subject: Re: Man Utd
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He's very negative. I remember when you used to go to OT and get battered for 90 minutes, now Spurs go there and are the dominant team. Doesn't mean you'll always come away with the points, but the fear factor is long gone.[/quote]


Mourhino calls it 'a tactical victory'. :lol:

Not the type of Football that's going to win them a Premiership any time soon.[/quote]

The only type of football that guarantees winning the title, is winning football. Everything else is irrelevant.[/quote]


That would be the type ManCity are playing at the moment.

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 Post subject: Re: Man Utd
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So, how does Lukaku get away with booting a player in the nuts? Simple, he plays for United.

I honestly wonder what planet these disciplinary panels come from sometimes.

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 Post subject: Re: Man Utd
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So, how does Lukaku get away with booting a player in the nuts? Simple, he plays for United.

I honestly wonder what planet these disciplinary panels come from sometimes.


Alan Shearer never played for UTD

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 Post subject: Re: Man Utd
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 Post subject: Re: Man Utd
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N5 1BH wrote:
Oh yes he did


not man utd....

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 Post subject: Re: Man Utd
PostPosted: Tue Nov 28, 2017 5:09 pm 
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Nice One Cyril wrote:
So, how does Lukaku get away with booting a player in the nuts? Simple, he plays for United.

I honestly wonder what planet these disciplinary panels come from sometimes.


I agree it was clear what Lukaku did and he walks free, what a joke.


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 Post subject: Re: Man Utd
PostPosted: Mon Feb 12, 2018 9:27 am 
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:lol:

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 Post subject: Re: Man Utd
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ow!! should of had this wrapped up with martial alone :(

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Kosta Utd wrote:
ow!! should of had this wrapped up with martial alone :(



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 Post subject: Re: Man Utd
PostPosted: Thu Feb 22, 2018 8:13 am 
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For some unknown reason I've just watch United play at Sevilla. I know it's the way Mourinho sets his teams up and it's been effective wherever he's gone, but boy they are rubbish to watch away from home. It's not far off parking the bus and I wonder what SAF, who was in the crowd, thinks of them.

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 Post subject: Re: Man Utd
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They used to sign "Glory, glory Man United" now its "Boring, boring Man United"

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 Post subject: Re: Man Utd
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I've never seen that signed.

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 Post subject: Re: Man Utd
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Mápó Tòfu wrote:
I've never seen that signed.


I have an autographed copy.

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 Post subject: Re: Man Utd
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They used to sign "Glory, glory Man United" now its "Boring, boring Man United"



The Mourinho Effect?

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 Post subject: Re: Man Utd
PostPosted: Mon Feb 26, 2018 8:48 am 
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This mornings match was far from boring ;)

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 Post subject: Re: Man Utd
PostPosted: Mon Feb 26, 2018 9:01 am 
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Kosta Utd wrote:
This mornings match was far from boring ;)


Hardly exciting.

(Taking nithing away from the winning team)

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 Post subject: Re: Man Utd
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This mornings match was far from boring ;)


Well I wouldn't expect them to park the bus as much in a home game

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 Post subject: Re: Man Utd
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Jeez, lucky to get away with that result at Palace, great strike to win it though.

I'm amazed that Smalling doesn't pick up yellow cards like confetti, his default method of defending is to grab the shirt, but the refs seem to let him get away with it all the time.

Sets up well for next weeks game against Liverpool.

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 Post subject: Re: Man Utd
PostPosted: Tue Mar 06, 2018 9:08 am 
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Jeez, lucky to get away with that result at Palace, great strike to win it though.

I'm amazed that Smalling doesn't pick up yellow cards like confetti, his default method of defending is to grab the shirt, but the refs seem to let him get away with it all the time.

Sets up well for next weeks game against Liverpool.


Wonder if Jose will service the bus this week in readiness...

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Nice One Cyril wrote:
Jeez, lucky to get away with that result at Palace, great strike to win it though.

I'm amazed that Smalling doesn't pick up yellow cards like confetti, his default method of defending is to grab the shirt, but the refs seem to let him get away with it all the time.

Sets up well for next weeks game against Liverpool.


This week's game.

Wth Chelsea now 7 points off us, the 'battle' for CL qualification is not huge but it is for second. The past week has made the game less of a 'must win' for both sides.

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Jeez, lucky to get away with that result at Palace, great strike to win it though.

I'm amazed that Smalling doesn't pick up yellow cards like confetti, his default method of defending is to grab the shirt, but the refs seem to let him get away with it all the time.

Sets up well for next weeks game against Liverpool.


Wonder if Jose will service the bus this week in readiness...


good chance.. either way, 3 points for united playing at home sounds good to me

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Oh well, such are the swings and roundabouts of football...... :P

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Bomber wrote:
Oh well, such are the swings and roundabouts of football...... :P


:lol:

What a shambles.


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live and die by the sword.....there would be a large hard core element of Man U supporters (and ex players) who would cringe at the 'reactive' football on display...


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live and die by the sword.....there would be a large hard core element of Man U supporters (and ex players) who would cringe at the 'reactive' football on display...


They didn't seem to mind at the weekend when they won.

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 Post subject: Re: Man Utd
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Looks like Sir Alex is into "Fergie Time". Never liked United, but what a manager he was, I wish him luck.

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