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Team: Manchester United


Where from: Northen Ireland, county Derry/Londonderry


Favourite player: Cristiano Ronaldo


Best team moment: Going to the stadium of light to see united vs Sunderland and witness the debut of adnan.


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27 Dec 2017 22:49:42
Ed with the potential departure of Mkhitaryan this January, is it possible United could look to replace him with Özil. I know you have said there is interest there, I was wandering if there was the chance that this will develop into something more concrete in January?
Caolan.

Caolan_2

{Ed002's Note - probably not.}


1.) 27 Dec 2017 23:06:00
Thanks for the quick reply, much appreciated!


 

 

10 Dec 2017 18:38:20
Well lads here we are. Completely and utterly out classed. They came to Old Trafford and made us look very average. The one thing I must say we have failed massively in recruitment.

I'll explain, we are currently playing with Valencia and young in the full back areas, Whilst they have performed admirably, they're not good enough. City have Walker and when fit mendy, a massive upgrade.
We move into the midfield and I must say they're light years ahead. Pogba is world class, but he wouldn't have made a huge difference there. Our options are Pogba, Matic, Herrera, Fellaini and Carrick. You could maybe bring young mctominay into that list. City brought gundogan off the bench for heavens sake.
Forwards wise we are okay, but the midfield and defence needs a huge improvement of quality.

There's a lot of areas that need addressed and unfortunately it takes a game like that where ( and I hate to say this ) we play someone just a step up in class.
We aren't a million miles of, but we aren't as close as we think I'm aftaid.
Caolan.

Caolan_2

1.) 10 Dec 2017 19:15:49
Been saying the same for ages.


2.) 10 Dec 2017 20:13:05
Pogba is world class but wouldn't have made a difference. Ok then.


3.) 10 Dec 2017 21:58:34
Sorry FZZ but what I mean is one player in pogba would not have turned that game around and we would have won 3-0. Look at the squad depth of both sides, if De Bruyne is missing for city they have gundogan, the two silva’s. who do we have? Fellaini, Herrera or mctominay?


4.) 11 Dec 2017 02:28:50
To be fair, they were playing with a midfielder at left back, and he's done pretty well so far, apart from today's slip up.


 

 

26 Oct 2017 21:38:55
Ed001/ 002 if you're about, quick question.
What the hell is going on with Luke Shaw? Seeing so many reports and I've no clue what's happening. If either of you have any info at all it would be greatly appreciated!

Caolan_2

{Ed002's Note - The point has been reached where there needs to be a parting of the ways. As we have previously discussed Manchester United want to refresh the left back position and there remain the same two players they would like to bring in. That will allow Shaw to move on, and perhaps Darmian as well.}


1.) 27 Oct 2017 10:06:41
Has there been a breakdown in his relationship with the manager Ed? Thanks for your reply! I’ll take it the two left back targets are the same as the ones previously mentioned. Thanks again.

{Ed002's Note - This is not a gossip page.}


2.) 27 Oct 2017 10:32:04
Don't suppose anyone has an amazing memory and can remember who the two potential LB targets are please?!

{Ed002's Note - Aaron Martin and Danny Rose.}


3.) 27 Oct 2017 10:54:29
Whose the 2 left backs Ed, Rose and Aaron Martin? Would love Tierney, I don’t suppose he could be prized away Ed?

{Ed002's Note - The targets are as I have explained. Tierney right now is a firm target for another side but is best off where he is for now.}


4.) 27 Oct 2017 11:55:17
Sorry Ed I sent this before I saw the above post.


5.) 27 Oct 2017 14:08:15
Who are the two players, Rose and.? Sessegnon? Tierney?


6.) 27 Oct 2017 14:59:39
You joking panebello?


7.) 28 Oct 2017 09:40:40
Get rid. His attitude stinks.


8.) 28 Oct 2017 09:02:03
Thanks for info Ed002! ☺️.


9.) 30 Oct 2017 17:05:12
Maybe not Ed002 but it is a rumours page. You might not like to gossip but have you heard any rumours about why Shaw needs to move on?

{Ed002's Note - nationalenquirer.com or goatfarmer.com for the gossip - not here.}


10.) 31 Oct 2017 11:28:27
The fact that his own parents came out and said he needs to stop eating garbage food and take care of his weight issues says it all.


 

 

02 Jun 2017 13:53:41
A few rumours of semedo heading to Barcelona now.

Caolan_2

1.) 03 Jun 2017 13:41:53
I will be really disappointed if we miss out on Semedo. He looks like a great prospect and Valencia will turn 32 this summer. Semedo has great attacking ability down the flank.


 

 

26 May 2017 19:24:31
Hi ed002, a few weeks back you said to a poster to ask again about the possible outgoings? I was just wandering if this has been done and I've missed it? if not and if you have the time off course would it be possible for you to share the potential outgoings?
Cheers,
Caolán.

Caolan_2

{Ed002's Note - I did it, you should find it on the site. The only change is Hererra is now staying.}


1.) 27 May 2017 17:58:49
No bother I'll have another look!
Cheers.


2.) 27 May 2017 20:57:17
That's every bit as good news as signing a new player. Herrera for me is the next captain.


3.) 27 May 2017 21:09:05
Good news ed, thanks.


4.) 28 May 2017 09:58:40
Any one know what to search for can't seem to find it.


5.) 28 May 2017 10:15:22
I couldn't find it either but I imagine if you type ed002 you'd find it eventually.


6.) 28 May 2017 10:39:41
Yeah it's there if you search Ed002. Then do a find for Darmian and you should find the list.


7.) 28 May 2017 13:40:28
Type in ed002 then scroll down to 9th may.

Copied Ed's comments below if Ed kindly allows them to be pasted:

{Ed002's Note - A mess of:
Matteo Darmian
Marcus Rojo
Phil Jones
Ashley Young
Michael Carrick (will not get a new contract unless no replacement is available in the Summer - else a one year extension)
Wayne Rooney
De Gea
Sergio Romero
Juan Mata.


8.) 28 May 2017 14:59:35
No Smalling on that list?

{Ed002's Note - You can add Smalling. The club wants two CBs if they can.}


9.) 28 May 2017 15:10:15
rojo, jones and smalling? don't u think that is too many defenders out in a single window ed?
Even if we get two. defenders, we may be light in squad.

{Ed004's Note - Well I don't think Rojo is in a position to pass a medical currently so I'd guess it would be Jones and Smalling instead}


10.) 28 May 2017 15:46:26
That would be good ed. Rojo has improved a lot under jose. isn't a first choice but can be a good squad player.

{Ed004's Note - I would keep Smalling tbh because I can't see Keane wanting to play a squad role. Bailly + a new signing with Smalling and Rojo covering seems ideal with Tuanzebe, Blind, Carrick and maybe Dier able to cover}


11.) 28 May 2017 15:06:49
Thanks Ed. Enjoy the sunny Bank Holiday weather.


 

 

 

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18 Feb 2018 18:56:36
I thought mctominay was excellent yesterday, and has been very impressive most of the season. I really like the kid. Would like to see him get a few more games before the season is out.
Also I really hope we get to see Gomes and Chong a bit before the season is over too. Two terrific talents.

Caolan_2

1.) 18 Feb 2018 21:35:32
Chong could potentially be our solution for the right sided attacking player.


2.) 18 Feb 2018 22:11:11
Not just about your post Caolan, but I doubt we will be seeing much of McTom after the summer window. He has done ok, hasn't stood out for me - I'd rather have about 100 other CM's starting for Utd.

I assume all of the praise from many fans is factoring in his age and inexperience, with everybody putting some arbitrary weightage to bolster his performance? This inevitably means what we would normally class as average performance is now a good one because of some made up scoring. No real difference between him and a finished Carrick yesterday for me, in fact barely noticed McTom - he played well in one of his first games for us, every other time I have seen him he has been a non-entity really.

Simply compared to other CM's playing for elite clubs, he is nowhere near the standard at the moment - we aren't a finishing school. And before anybody starts, where did Wilson, Blackett, Perreira, James, Tuanzebe, TFM, etc, etc, go, who I was reading exactly the same about in recent years?


3.) 18 Feb 2018 22:33:25
Jeez Beast you are seriously in need of some love. The kid made his debut this year and hasn’t looked out of place. He may not be exciting but perhaps we should be a finishing school for our own home grown players. Give the boy a chance.


4.) 18 Feb 2018 22:51:07
I agree with Beast. He looks a competent player but nothing more. But you never know how he'll develop so can't write him off. But for now, he's average.


5.) 18 Feb 2018 22:51:58
AJH - I'm simply taking away the emotion. McTom wasn't excellent yesterday and I'm basing my views on his future on similar performances from youngsters that many fans raved about only to never see the kids again in a first team shirt!

I'd happily give the boy a chance, in fact I'd give many youngsters a better chance as I firmly believe in building a team with Man Utd in their hearts and a unity that only develops over time. The sad fact is that the club will not do this and too many of our fans want their cake and eat it.

If Vidal or Veratti were available 99.99% of our fans would sign them and it would be McTomWHO next season. If we start losing games because youngsters are being blooded over seasoned pro's the manager will get the axe and the fans will be going mad.

I'm simply saying McTominay hasn't done enough for me going from our recent track record. I unfortunately don't make the rules or decisions. TFM would be starting every week for me, I wouldn't have loaned out Perreira either. I'd have had Rashford starting as my main striker this season instead of signing Lukaku.

You see I'm not in need of love, I think the young players in our team are in need of love and most of our fans are in some desperate need of realism!


6.) 18 Feb 2018 22:55:14
Very impressed with McTominay, saying there wasn’t much difference between him and carrick is a great compliment for the lad, maybe he will be just as under rated throughout his career 😉.


7.) 18 Feb 2018 22:59:05
GDS2 - Was Carrick excellent yesterday?


8.) 18 Feb 2018 23:15:44
he will probably need a short loan next season for some game time.


9.) 19 Feb 2018 00:55:47
If I can add to my post fellas. Beast I see exactly what you’re saying, but Young scott is could be an invaluable squad player. I’m not saying he will be world class and get 100 England caps etc. But what I like is his willingness to do whatever job he is asked off. He’s not an extremely creative player so he plays simple and let’s the other players get on with it. I’d like to see him given a go in a 3 with pogba and Matic because he’d help Matic out, free up pogba.
Fletcher was never a world beater but he always carried out whatever role was asked of him and was outstanding in some big games for us. I could see scott develop into that sort of player. He would run through a brick wall if you asked him too. Those players can be invaluable. I’m a fan of his, and I know he won’t be a world class midfielder, but I remember fletcher splitting opinions when I was growing up and he turned out to have a great career for us. So let’s give the kid a chance, because he’s not looked out of place when he’s played.
Also on a side note, I’d like to see Chong on the right hand side, unfortunately I think it will need to be an injury that gives him his chance, but he is still young. Gomes excites me the most, but we can’t rush them. Would like to see both get a chance though, maybe on the bench in a premier league game at OT?


10.) 19 Feb 2018 01:37:24
I'm excited to see young academy players brought into the first real and given chances. McTominay is a great example. He will improve. Chong and Gomes need a few matchday squads before the end of the season. There is suddenly a pathway to the first team for youngsters who are good enough, and some of them are, or will be. The younger ones learn by example from the older heads. People like Carrick and Zlatan, Valencia and Matic, who have experience of winning things and taking care of their bodies for many campaigns. That, for me, is at least half the reason to keep paying them the big money for the ends of their contracts: the experience percolates down. We haven't had many leaders in the squad in recent years. I am confident that will stand the younger players in the squad in good stead in the future.


11.) 19 Feb 2018 09:41:28
Beast,

Yes I don't think Carrick put a foot wrong, we always look a better team with him in the middle of the park, thought it was his best game for ages.


12.) 19 Feb 2018 09:51:25
Some good points mentioned. But I have to agree with beast on McTominay. I think although he has done ok, he seems to be a steady Eddie of a player. A jack of all trades. He does not stand out in any aspect of his game. I also would have kept pereira and I think the loan was a bad choice by him because he would have played much more this season with our problems in cm. he Also has quality in dead ball situations and I think Lukaku would have a few more goals with pereira playing. I think McTominay willl go on loan next season. Kid has stepped up but if we want to be winning the champions league and premier league we need better. I am excited to see Chong and Gomes break into he first team in the next few seasons. Two supremely talented youngsters who have what it takes to make it at united.


13.) 19 Feb 2018 10:27:49
Squad players are essential to prolonged success.


14.) 19 Feb 2018 12:04:37
Do I think McTominay will be a world class player? Sadly not.

However, Sir Alex built his success on having very good, committed squad players.

Players like O'Shea, Phil Neville, Butt, Brown and Fletcher.

These guys were invaluable because they had an attachment to the club, they would always give their all even if they didn't play every week.

Solid, dependable and never caused trouble.

McTominay could well become a player of that ilk. I it fills me with joy to know we aren't one of these newly rich clubs with no history or tradition.

We give youth a chance, and I will never complain while that happens. McTominay is getting chances he wouldn't at any other top club in England.

I hope that continues.


15.) 19 Feb 2018 12:24:46
I can see Mctomminay playing the Nicky Butt role. Not first pick but ready to do a job and give his all.

Its his first season. I reserve judgement and enjoy the fact Jose is putting trust in youth.

No pleasing some people.


16.) 19 Feb 2018 13:39:07
Very confusing Beast. You would love to give youth a chance, but here's a kid who has come in and looked completely unphased with the step up and you slate him and judge his entire future career after about 300 mins of first team football. What a class act.


17.) 19 Feb 2018 14:37:48
I'm confused that you're confused!

Maybe re-read my posts before passing judgement on me if you can't understand. By the way how many John O'Shea's does a team need? Every time somebody says X player doesn't look good enough at the minute we get shot down with the "Squad player" line, but I think our fans forget that our club is not a charity case nor does it have a good recent record of developing young players. We have about 15 John O'Sheas based on recent cake eaters.

Was McTominlay excellent on Saturday, judged against other CM's of top teams? The answer is no he was not, people are adding in miscellaneous points to his scorecard based on their own personal interpretation of what being young and inexperienced means = that is irrelevant being judged on performance alone.

I hope he becomes a star player and has a wonderful career. However I haven't seen anything more in McTom so far than the other young players I mentioned that haven't been given a kick since similar praise was lauded on them. I got slated at the time for saying we wouldn't be seeing Blackett, James, Wilson and Co again once LVG got a transfer window. Not one person came back to apologise for giving me dogs abuse for being 100% accurate.

I think you are confusing what I (Beast) would do and what I think the club will do. Personally I wouldn't sign any foreign mercenaries and would build my team around academy players blooding them relentlessly - no way in hell the club will do that. If a top class CM becomes available in the summer they will be signed, maybe 2-3 will be - in that scenario it will be to the detriment of the young kid, unless he improves significantly imo.

No reasoned argument just name calling for me passing an honest opinion on a player (that I haven't slated at all) . Do you even know what a slating is?


18.) 19 Feb 2018 14:43:54
I like the way you put Beast in brackets, just in case we forgot 😁.


19.) 19 Feb 2018 15:16:41
It's a good sport betting against youth players coming through. History tells you at the big clubs you are likely to be right 98% of the time.

Mctom is behind Pogba, Matic, Carrick, Fellaini and Herrera. His role in the squad is clear, he is very much back up to a raft of proven international players. When called upon he has done superbly. We cannot have a world class international standard 5th choice player when Jose plays with two in midfield.

Added to all of this, he has just grown about a foot in the last year or so, so it stands to reason he may still be growing and developing. From what I have seen I am happy for him to be that 5th choice squad player.

If Fellaini and Carrick leave at the end of the season then they both need to be replaced with a higher standard. I don't think anyone is arguing anything else are they?


20.) 19 Feb 2018 18:43:49
So if I am right 98% of the time and you are wrong 98% of the time, how does that make me the one lacking class?

I'm a spade caller, you're a pipe dreamer!


21.) 19 Feb 2018 19:11:10
Beast, what are you even arguing? Mctom is exceeding expectations of what is expected of him in this squad. He is still developing and will get chance to do so.

Will he become first choice CM for utd, only time will tell. But history says it is very unlikely.

But don't mistake that statement for how important he is to our squad today as 5th choice CM. I don't understand why you are choosing to single him out. Steady at all things, master of none is ideal for 5th choice backup. Not noticing his weaknesses amongst mature and proven EPL pros is ideal for a young 5th choice at the beginning of his career.

It is not his fault Carrick and Fellaini have been injured, that Herrera has switched places with his lesser known (and less able) twin brother and that Pogba has fallen ill or out of favour with Jose.

If you call someone who supports youth players a pipedreamer then yes I am, thanks - I'll take that as a compliment. Every young player doesn't have to go on to serve MU for 20 years to have an important place in our history. Think Wes Brown at rightback, Phil Neville and Nicky Butt in CM, John O'Shea in every position. These players ARE invaluable, no matter how much you seek to devalue their contribution.


22.) 19 Feb 2018 23:31:28
Dodgy - Did you read the original post on this thread? It starts with "I thought mctominay was excellent yesterday". Nothing about him being 5th choice, etc. I'm saying he wasn't excellent, far from it.

My prediction is that we won't be seeing much of McTom after a summer transfer window. That is the point I was making and I justified it based on our recent track record with similar young players.

I haven't slated him. I just don't think he has done enough to prevent Jose going to the market. You have twisted the point I made into a massive negative against the player, when all I am really doing is saying what all of us deep down suspect.

I think you are a pipedreamer if you think McTom will be the next John O'Shea, Wes Brown etc. Sometimes it happens, but as you already admitted, it often does not.

I'd love nothing more than a team full of academy products, passionate about the club and watching them improve. It probably will not happen again at the Elite level because of how much money is involved and how little patience there is. One or two may make it, but I think they will need to have more in their locker than what McTom has shown me so far if they intend to have a full career at Man Utd. We have £30m signings not getting a real game, a manager can only justify that if the youth player is something really special!

I think you have misinterpreted my posts for being negative, when they are just being analytical (not emotional) .


 

 

06 Feb 2018 23:01:56
Days like today are what make you realise how special it is to be a Manchester United fan. No matter what happens the red flag always flys high. I've grown up in the good times, yet I've always made a point of knowing our history. My grandfather drilled that into me as a kid.
I grew up on stories of Duncan Edwards, Sir Bobby and Tommy Taylor. The one story I want to share with you all is a story my grandad told me about a game at Highbury.
Duncan Edwards dragged us through the game to a 5-4 win ( I may be wrong) and he scored 2 of the most wonderful goals. He remarks how Duncan would drop back to get the ball to drag the team into the game. This turned out to be our last league game before the fateful accident.
Too this day I talk to my grandad about the great games, and he still looks back to that game and maintains there has never been a better team anywhere, they could have ruled the world. Through every single one of those men who took to the pitch this club lives on, our history shaped by them. This club can never forget them, and I'm so proud that we still honour their memories. I can only hope that we can make them players smile wherever they may be with our tributes, the way the brought joy to everyone who supported them.
I'm sorry this is almost a bit of a ramble, I can never really put into words how much heading these stories means to me and the fact that after all these years, mentioning Duncan Edwards can leave my grandad beaming from ear to ear.

A broken plane
A broken dream
A broken heart
A broken team
No words said
A silent vow
We loved you then, we love you now.

Caolán.

Caolan_2

1.) 07 Feb 2018 00:06:36
Respect.


2.) 07 Feb 2018 00:47:11
Thanks for sharing caolan I really enjoyed reading that. Unfortunately I never got to see the Busby babes play but my grandfather was in love with them and still speaks in awe much like yours. It’s so sad that We never saw the fruition of this young and immensely talented team. My grandad often laments big Dunc and says he would have been one of the greatest players to have graced the game. Today’s tributes were beautiful and cements why we are the greatest club in the world.


3.) 07 Feb 2018 00:31:28
They were a fantastic team coalan and they would've ruled the football world. But their memory lives in our hearts.

Article about the last game before that terrible night.

goo.gl/dVLBw


4.) 07 Feb 2018 01:02:19
It’s important that the stories get passed through the generations, it’s a huge part of what keeps this incredible club alive.


5.) 07 Feb 2018 01:18:57
Thanks for that article AAA!


6.) 07 Feb 2018 18:26:11
In those days the results were given out as home team first, then away team. So, Arsenal 4 (my heart sank) then Manchester United 5. I can still feel that feeling of complete and utter joy. I was 8 years old!


 

 

27 Jan 2018 23:28:24
I know it was only Yeovil, and he only had a brief cameo. But how refreshing was it to see Angel Gomes last night? First touch skips past his man and almost scores, he was demanding the ball and showed some intelligent movement without, lingards goal was excellent but if you notice Gomes found space in the box very well. He seems so intelligent. Only turned 17, we have a big talent on our hands.

Caolan_2

{Ed002's Note - That is why Dortmund are keen.}


1.) 27 Jan 2018 23:59:21
Hi Ed002 has the interest of Dortmund faded with him signing a new deal? Think he could be a real top player.
On a separate note BvB are doing phenomenal with young players at the moment, pulisic and sancho look to have big futures.

{Ed002's Note - He is a kiddie who they like. So no.}


2.) 28 Jan 2018 00:02:55
Cheers ed.
Hopefully we can keep him here!


 

 

19 Jan 2018 13:47:19
Very high praise for Luke Shaw today from Jose. Looks like he's winning him over finally. 3 points a must tomorrow!

Caolan_2

1.) 19 Jan 2018 14:00:57
Had a run of games and starting to show people what a good player he is .
Still only 22 .
If he can stay clear of injuries he will be a top player.


2.) 19 Jan 2018 14:43:54
He's still a fat heffer, seems to run through treacle. Hoping this run of games keeps him away from the kebab shop.


3.) 19 Jan 2018 14:57:43
Shaw has been impressive, speaks highly of life at united, Jose sees the quality himself, up to Luke to prove he’s worth being at united, he’s currently doing that, i for one an very happy that he is.


4.) 19 Jan 2018 15:21:33
I'm sure he let himself go a bit when he thought signing for United on a fat wage was the same thing as making it, but it's hard to be too critical of a young lad who suffered such a terrible injury for taking a couple of years to come back from it. The game is not just physical, it's also psychological, and having had such an injury I'm sure anyone would doubt their ability to withstand a heavy challenge thereafter. Sometimes nervousness will lead to a semi-committed approach which in turn can more likely lead to another injury, which unfortunately for Shaw he experienced. I for one am delighted that he's starting to fulfill the potential he had shown at Southampton which was the reason we spent so much on him thus keeping him out of Mourinho's clutches when he was at Chelsea.


5.) 19 Jan 2018 17:25:57
Nice to see that bit of praise from the manager today.


6.) 19 Jan 2018 18:12:10
Shaw has played well and deserves the praise.
He has got his head down and obviously worked hard to win his place and deserves to keep it imo.
If he keeps his fitness and form he could earn himself a new contract.
He does need to improve and the ball is back in his court. If he delivers stays fit and improves then he will get a new contract and allow the club to spend transfer funds elsewhere.


7.) 19 Jan 2018 18:12:10
Shaw has played well and deserves the praise.
He has got his head down and obviously worked hard to win his place and deserves to keep it imo.
If he keeps his fitness and form he could earn himself a new contract.
He does need to improve and the ball is back in his court. If he delivers stays fit and improves then he will get a new contract and allow the club to spend transfer funds elsewhere.


8.) 19 Jan 2018 20:21:28
I think ken nails it, he has stepped up and made the Manager take notice. All credit to the boy.


9.) 20 Jan 2018 11:30:24
don't know why everyone thought Shaw was surplus Jose has said all along he is the future that the injury was the reason he was not first choice but was going to be once he gets fit and on form no shock he is now doing it for me could be the best in his position for years.


 

 

14 Jan 2018 12:55:46
May be a daft question, but if he signs could Sanchez play champions league? Or does the Europa league stop him?
Cheers.

Caolan_2

{Ed007's Note - Sanchez would be eligible to play in the CL buddy.}


1.) 14 Jan 2018 13:20:45
Cheers Ed, I’m trying so hard to not get excited about this!

{Ed007's Note - Sounds to me like you are getting hard and excited! :)


2.) 14 Jan 2018 14:53:37
🤣🤣🤣🤣 bond!


3.) 14 Jan 2018 18:31:42
. no comment bond lol.

{Ed007's Note - Ed004 hasn't been seen all day....


4.) 14 Jan 2018 20:33:28
I’m sure it’s not just today he’s been missing.


 

 

 

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14 Jan 2018 12:46:58
I’m pretty sure Sanchez will be the player who replaces Ibra in the squad. If he comes I expect him to play just off lukaku.

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09 Jan 2018 15:33:50
Surely he can’t agree to join if we haven’t agreed a fee?

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05 Jan 2018 17:03:58
His comments about coming back haven’t filled me with confidence. I don’t doubt his quality and can see his decision but he would be in the team now I reckon, would just like to have seen him fight for his place. I want him to make it here, I was just disappointed in some of his comments.

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05 Jan 2018 15:42:43
He made the decision to go on loan rather than fight for his place and take his chance. I don’t know about anyone else, but I was fairly annoyed at that. He has also stated that he doesn’t want to be contacted about a return to united in January. That’s not the attitude of someone who will make it here imo.

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27 Dec 2017 23:06:00
Thanks for the quick reply, much appreciated!

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19 Feb 2018 00:55:47
If I can add to my post fellas. Beast I see exactly what you’re saying, but Young scott is could be an invaluable squad player. I’m not saying he will be world class and get 100 England caps etc. But what I like is his willingness to do whatever job he is asked off. He’s not an extremely creative player so he plays simple and let’s the other players get on with it. I’d like to see him given a go in a 3 with pogba and Matic because he’d help Matic out, free up pogba.
Fletcher was never a world beater but he always carried out whatever role was asked of him and was outstanding in some big games for us. I could see scott develop into that sort of player. He would run through a brick wall if you asked him too. Those players can be invaluable. I’m a fan of his, and I know he won’t be a world class midfielder, but I remember fletcher splitting opinions when I was growing up and he turned out to have a great career for us. So let’s give the kid a chance, because he’s not looked out of place when he’s played.
Also on a side note, I’d like to see Chong on the right hand side, unfortunately I think it will need to be an injury that gives him his chance, but he is still young. Gomes excites me the most, but we can’t rush them. Would like to see both get a chance though, maybe on the bench in a premier league game at OT?

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07 Feb 2018 01:18:57
Thanks for that article AAA!

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07 Feb 2018 01:02:19
It’s important that the stories get passed through the generations, it’s a huge part of what keeps this incredible club alive.

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04 Feb 2018 19:49:38
I thought Kane was awful today and clear dive, but thank goodness he put the second pen away! Great result for us.

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28 Jan 2018 16:30:57
Going forward Liverpool are without doubt probably on a par with city or just below. I hope you don’t make too many improvements at the back! What do you think of the job Jose is doing? Personally I’m fairly happy, the football isn’t as bad as being made out. I still think we are a few players away from being able to give a proper challenge to the title and Europe, but I always feel we have a chance with Jose. Interested in hearing your thoughts.

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