Manchester United Rumours Member Posts

 

CAM's Profile

Current Avatar:
CAM's Avatar
Correct Score Competition:
UsernamePoints
83.)   Paul-E0
84.)   Bobby230
85.)   blueboy19530
86.)   CAM0
87.)   bigboab50
88.)   scouseeater 0
89.)   al570
Flat Out Racing:

Not played Flat Out Racing


No Profile Picture uploaded

Team:


Where from:


Favourite player:


Best team moment:


Interests:


Timezone:




CAM's Posts and Other Poster's Replies To CAM's Posts

 

 

To CAM's last 5 rumours posts

 

To CAM's last 5 banter posts

 

To CAM's last 5 rumour replies

 

To CAM's last 5 banter replies

 

CAM's rumours posts with other poster's replies to CAM's rumours posts

 

21 Jan 2014 23:34:36
According to the Telegraph AM are prepared to offer us first refusal on Costa and Felipe Luis if we drop our interest in Mata.
Its certainly going to be an interesting 10 days or so.

CAM

1.) Why would they not offer chelsea the players first?


 

 

 

CAM's banter posts with other poster's replies to CAM's banter posts

 

17 Oct 2015 18:18:45
Whatever Mike the chef gave the lads for dinner today, I hope he's happy and now cooks the same meal before every match.

In all seriousness, LVG got the selection and tactics spot on today for an excellent three away points against a good side. Best performance side LVG took over.

CAM

 

 

26 Jul 2014 11:36:07
A true United legend. Thanks for the memories.

Bebe, you will be missed

CAM

1.) At least he goes with a great story to tell the grandkids.
"I got rich never playing for Man Utd"
lol


 

 

21 Jul 2014 15:53:48
According to the MEN Mr Woodwoody has left the tour. With the 'watch this space' speech yesterday hopefully something happens this time!

Also, all the best to mad Paddy at Juve. Very good player and a true United warrior.

CAM

1.) He left last years tour too for " urgent transfer business" that never happened so don't get too excited!


2.) 21 Jul 2014 16:01:44
I hope he is using a different travel company to the one he used when he left Oz last year and arrived on September 2nd!

Wish Evra all the best, he had his criticism on here but he is one player who knew what representing United was all about, true club legend.


3.) 21 Jul 2014 16:05:14
He left Australia this time last year and we are still waiting for the player he went to sign!


4.) Not been his best for a while but what a player when he was. Going back to when we won the champions league Evra rio and vidic were arguably the best in the world it's a shame to think they've all gone. The thing that will stand out most is the passion and love he has for the club.


 

 

20 Jul 2014 15:06:27
Is anyone setting up a fantasy football league please let me know.

Cheers
Mark

CAM

 

 

18 Mar 2014 08:25:25
I think we all realize that the decisions the board make between now and the start of next season are massive for the future of the club. If they get things wrong it will be a long time before we are genuinely title contenders, let alone a European force.

In all honesty the 'transition' has not started yet. This season has appeared to be Moyes paying homage to the 'old' way and the older players. It does appear that Moyes is paying too much respect to what went before and has no direction to take us in. Its an obvious statement, but Moyes is not Fergie. He does not command the same respect from the players; he cannot inspire them in the same way; he cannot get that extra 10% that makes us competitive.
Why get rid of the coaching staff and then decide to play a similar way as to before with one exception; being cautious and conservative as opposed to adventurous.
Why persist with older players who simply do not have the legs or the desire?

In my opinion this season was supposed to be a season where Moyes found his feet and the club thought we still had enough to finish top four. For whatever reason this has not worked. Maybe the players do not trust Moyes and therefore have not performed to expectation; or maybe Moyes simply is not good enough to manage a club that expects?

Employing Moyes was a massive risk; keeping him in employment beyond this season is an even bigger risk. He has not displayed enough to warrant the almost open chequebook we believe we may have for signings in the summer.
We can all see we not only need new players but we need a new style. We all want fast attacking football. We can talk formations all day long, however, at the end of the day it does not matter if we play 4-4-2 or 4-3-2-1 or 4-3-3 if we set up to contain and do not have players who are prepared to get in front of ball and create space.
It is a shame as Moyes is a good honest football man, but that is not enough it is time for him to go.

We have no chance of fourth now that is clear, however, once it is mathematically assured then I think the board must act and let Giggs finish the season off as manager. We should then go and appoint a top name with the ability to inspire a new brand of football. If we don't then next season may be better, but it will not be enough. We will be challenging for a Europa place and not top four

CAM

 

 

 

CAM's rumour replies

 

Click To View This Thread

13 Aug 2015 17:22:48
Shawthing,
I thought the someone big who Paddy was eluding to was Schweinsteiger?
Ps I genuinely think that, it is not a cheap gag about how many letters in his name or the size of his shorts.

CAM

 

 

Click To View This Thread

01 Jul 2015 19:42:40
Hope it works out well for Celtic and Janko.
I thought Janko was well thought of by the club and it seems strange to let him leave permanently.

Let's hope Janko's leaving is because we have a much better prospect already with us (Varela?) or we have a better player coming in.

CAM

 

 

Click To View This Thread

30 Jun 2015 17:10:11
Coleman is better than Clyne and has longer contract so he is worth about 25 million imo.
If we can get him for 15 million and Evans or Rafael that seems good business.

CAM

 

 

Click To View This Thread

If true, selling Kagawa is the right decision. A shame, but he has not lived up to his billing whilst at United.
Hopefully we've agreed first refusal on a couple of Dortmund players!

CAM

 

 

Click To View This Thread

The question is can we get better than Vermaelen? By better I mean either Hummels, Mangala, Mirandha or Garay because I do not see the point in signing one these players and Vermaelen.

The chances are probably not and in my opinion he is of equal quality to other targets we have been reportedly looking at such as Indi, De Vrij and Moreno.

You never know if he is signed and told he is to be the leader of the backline and he gets some confidence and composure back he may well be a good signing, but another injury prone centre half is a worrying thought!

CAM

 

 

 

CAM's banter replies

 

Click To View This Thread

18 Mar 2018 20:37:17
Frank de Boer.

CAM

 

 

Click To View This Thread

18 Mar 2018 19:06:03
Peter Beardsley looks like Hayley from Corrie.

CAM

 

 

Click To View This Thread

18 Mar 2018 13:01:21
It’s a good question, and what Jose would like and us fans may want will certainly be different!

Jose needs players that will carry out orders effectively and to get us near to that level, playing how Jose wants to play we would need at least 5 first team players. Two new fullbacks, two new attacking players and a CM.

I’ll go with Meunièr and Danny Rose for the fullbacks, Willian and Perisic as the attacking players and Jorginho for CM.

I’m not saying I agree with the above or that those signings would make us competitive, it’s just my opinion on what Jose himself might like to see happen.

CAM

 

 

Click To View This Thread

18 Mar 2018 11:50:02
A good well thought out post Redman and I too think this is the watershed moment for Jose.

The players definitely need to step up, but Jose also needs to look in the mirror and find his personality, desire and class. He appears to no longer be the great manager and man he once was and believes his own hype too much.

Just like Fridays press conference was totally contrived, it seems so was the selection and substitution of Shaw, and the comments about the players after the game. If this is all to make a point, then I don’t like the point he is trying to make.

Jose is basically saying it’s not me it’s them and regardless of whether he is different behind closed doors he is at least alienating the fans which contributes to the grey cloud looming above Old Trafford.

If we change all the players, but Jose stays the same, which he says he will, we’ll still not play expansive football (no Jose team ever has) and the grey cloud will remain.

CAM

 

 

Click To View This Thread

17 Mar 2018 11:25:16
I get the impression that Jose has been waiting to make that press conference for quite a while now. Why I’m just not sure though.

His use of the word heritage was very deliberate. I agree with you Shappy on what Uniteds heritage is, and it is not defined by the last seven years. Nor is Liverpool’s or city’s.

It appears to me that Jose’s only real intention is to take a swipe at the ‘idiotic idealists’ who believe Manchester United should play football in a certain way and it’s staff should act a certain way.

Who are these ‘idiotic idealists’? Is it us the fans, the media or is it the people within the club who believe Jose will never be a good fit for Manchester United?

I never wanted Jose and this week both on and off the pitch has highlighted why he should never have been appointed. Poor unentertaining football and a moody personality that lacks class and humility which goes against the real heritage of Manchester United.

CAM