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04 Jan 2014 10:20:34
Jonny Evans stated in the press that we must get back to basics at OT and first and foremost defend. He is spot on. Our recent home defeats have not been all bad performances however we have been defensively naïve. I read all MUFC posts with interest because I like others opinion, whether I agree or not.

What is blindingly obvious and concerns me greatly is we have needed to invest in midfield for several years and have failed to attract the quality and quantity required. We have let young midfielders leave for various reasons and this has compounded the problem. To me it is a glaring failure and issue, if we do not strengthen in midfield now we will not finish in the top 4 and that could trigger a whole load of medium to long term pain. I could not give a monkeys if a player is cup tied because number 1 priority is your league position and we must finish in the top 4 year in year out to continue to enjoy the success we have enjoyed recently. You get more cup opportunities, more dosh and more exposure if you finish in the top 4 and you attract better players, simple and straightforward.

Evra has been a great servant however on top of the above he now creates us a problem. Great going forward poor at getting back, defensively he is our weak link and is being targeted by every team we play.

I am not a PL manager nor can I predict the lottery numbers. What I can see is we need proper, professional hungry midfielders who want to play for this great club like yesterday! Plus, if we do not replace Evra now we will continue to be soft and leak goals.

I predict if we react to the above and bring in the right midfield reinforcements and a left back we can finish in the top 4, do nothing and we are banjaxed.

Happy New Year to you all and everyone who supports MUFC, the next half of the season will be interesting!

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03 Sep 2013 17:24:47
We handled that window poorly and I hope this is not an indication on how the new regime will operate in the future. Fellaini is a good buy, we spent too much on him cause his release figure was 4m less. In any other business a head would roll for this obvious incompetance?

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1.) 03 Sep 2013 17:35:19
A little bit of perspective needs to be adhered too me thinks. Yes, many of us feel a little bit let down - even embarrassed - by yesterdays goings on; but at the end of the day - manager permitting - we have a fantastic starting 11. The wig has given our team muscle. It will allow the flair players' to operate more in the opposition half as opposed to spending most of the game doing defensive work. Of course, my opinion and that other other fans' is irrelevant, as the manager picks the team; but I hope that now he has got his man in, he will be more courageous with his selection and give Kagawa the role that all of us have been crying out for.

I feel a lot better today about our chances than I did at 11.00pm last night

2.) We obviously won't repeat what happened in this window. I'm sure Woody and Moyes have learnt their lessons.

3.) Which ' flair' players might these be? Could it be Cleverley, Giggs and Anderon?

4.) Paulo, (Sarcastic so and so)

Actually, Cleverley would be better employed in the attacking midfield role; but I was thinking of Kagawa, Rooney, Nani, Zaha, Januzaj.

5.) Please don't put cleverly in an attacking role, if we get to the edge of the opposition box, he's only going to play it back to the halfway line or keeper, he's like a modern day Wilkins, and I don't mean that as a compliment

6.) I am now confined to the house, only venturing out in the hours of darkness with false wig and glasses out of sheer embaressment. The wooden fella has got to go & GO NOW! If anyone in the real world had cost his company a fraction of what Ed Woodward has cost his, his feet would not have touched the floor, his desk would have been emptied immediately. The amount of money he lost on Fellaini could have been added to the amount we offered for Thiago/Fabregas/Herrera etc. The guy has made our club into a laughingstock of the football world.



02 Sep 2013 21:16:26
Squeaky bum time!

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01 Sep 2013 19:36:52
Moyese did the right thing and talked the team up, you don't slag your own team to gain loyalty and expect a different performance. He is the right man for the job, imo, and needs time. Anyone who is sensible and football savvy knows our weakness - midfield. SAF often baffled me with his team selections however he knew best 99% of the time.
Today - we missed Rooney, most players were average at best albeit cannot fault the endeavour. Young had a very poor start that cost us big time, Clevs played 2 to 3 forward passes, every other was backwards or side wards, and imo he is not up to it at the moment, our wide players are pedestrian and perhaps missing a midfield link. Was it me or did the ref seem a tad biased?
I hope to God we can bring in some midfield class and push on, a decent midfielder or 2 would make a massive difference to our team /squad and would have made the difference today.

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09 Aug 2013 11:09:11
We didn't get Fabregas, so what. The big clubs do not always get their man. The Eds allege we have been misled on our targets, it happens to every club. People continue to post unbelievably negative comments, chillax and remember who we are. Moyesee is the new man and will make an impact, allow him time to adjust. The evidence so far; he has made Nani and Anderson look like players albeit time will tell and more importantly time will tell Moyesee. He has identified midfield as a priority and bid on what he believes is the best player for us, not succeeded yet, remember not yet. He has put together a good solid management team and his skills will show on the football field, not pre season or testimonials. The Rooney saga is a distraction, not of his doing however I trust he will deal with it his way. We have a v. Good squad needing some overhaul, he knows better than me how to do so and I look forward to another successful period under the Moyesee stewardship. All in all folks give the man a break and get behind whatever he does. The soapbox is now put away for a while!

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The score did not flatter us, in the final third we can be devastating mainly due to RVP. Welbeck could become a player this season however he needs a rocket up his jacksy for causing their goal. Rooney has nil class, he wants to go therefore let him go to a foreign team and wish him the best. What could this squad do with a couple of class midfielders? Awesome first game and the David Moyes song is brilliant.

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No, no, no. What are you on Sydney man, perhaps sell it?

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Great post and I totally agree with every word. Players move on however united will continue to win silverware.

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Browred completely agree with your post. Fellaini would walk into our midfield and make a huge difference.

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I agree Singh mate. Rooney is distracting the team, the fans etc. It must end soon hopefully with a transfer and as much as we can get from a foreign team. He will be remembered as a v. good player but a bloody greedy sulky one. MUFC will survive without him, as we have done in the past when other big names moved on, and maybe we actually play better knowing our best formation and stop playing good players in the wrong role. Just need a couple of midfielder for this campaign and we can win a lot of silverware this season.

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