Manchester United Rumours Archive March 19 2018

 

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19 Mar 2018 16:26:00
Wow a mental day in the press. ‘Jose to let 11 first team player go’, there’s claims of bullying claims the board are getting annoyed by Shaws treatment. Flying high after the Liverpool win, absolutely hammered in the press since the Seville loss. What a difference a week makes in football, it’s crazy.

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19 Mar 2018 16:41:38
Even though one player, Carrick, announced his retirement and two others, Zlatan an Fellaini s contracts expire in the summer. But anything for a sensationalist headline.

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20 Mar 2018 08:01:37
Just read some of the stuff in the press this morning (day after the post above) looks like a large proportion of the media have jumped on Mourinho. The British media are pretty harsh and fickle.

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20 Mar 2018 17:52:50
I'd use different words to describe British journalists but wouldn't get past the filter.

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19 Mar 2018 12:53:49
Amidst all the questioning going on, i ask myself where would we be in the league without DDG and where might we end up next season if he leaves? The truthful answers tell us how crap the team is (as a team rather than as a group of individuals) .

I have always thought JM would not make a massive difference until next season. My problem is that that I no longer see much happening next season. We bumble on from week to week with no logical progression, dropping players who perform well or moving them to less effective positions.

Either the tactics are wrong (Jose's fault), the players do not carry out instructions (Jose's explanation) and/ or there is a big relationship problem between manager and players. At the moment I don't see a lot of light at the end of the tunnel. Either there is none or the tunnel is very long.

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19 Mar 2018 13:45:18
How much the board give jose to spend this summer will indicate how much they're still with his vision, but if some big names scarper off double quick lively then that'll make it an even harder sell, so we're going to see if being a devisive boss will swing potential deals or not, to quote a previous manager-'would you bet against us? '

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19 Mar 2018 13:59:05
Romero has played all 4 games in the cup and not conceded a goal, perhaps the way we set up allows the opposition to have lots of shots but many of them are quite easily saved by the keeper.

We wouldn't replace DDG with nobody, we would have a top keeper still playing for us,

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19 Mar 2018 19:28:55
About the same place Barcelona would be without messi madrid without ronaldo spurs without ka e and the sciuse without salah. Every team had a top player.

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19 Mar 2018 21:57:19
Definitely in the minority here but i don't think De Gea has lived up to his normal standards this season.

He was at fault for sevillas second goal and was shaky against liverpool not coming for balls that were clearly his. Still doesn't command his box from set pieces as much as youd expect the best goalkeeper to.

I would not mind if he left this summer, just for the fact it might improve the defence who might not rest on their laurels in the knowledge they have an excellent shot stopper behind them.

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20 Mar 2018 08:50:04
DSG, Fault prone so you're happy to see him go and yet so good the defence rest on their laurels? Make up your mind!
I haven't totted it up, but DDG must be responsible for a decent handful of our points.

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20 Mar 2018 21:26:45
Im not saying they are really good but that it must be tempting for them not to be fully concentrated at times safe in the knowledge they have a keeper who will bail them out most times.

Im am also not advocating selling him, just that if he wants to move to madrid, we should strike an amicable deal for his sake. No player is bigger than the club, especially a goalkeeper, no matter how amazing they are.

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21 Mar 2018 12:08:31
'especially a goalkeeper'. Not bigger than the club, mate, but crucial to a title-winning side. Look at the trouble we had finding a replacement for big Pete. City's new keeper has also been a vital cog in their machine, this season,

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