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19 Jun 2017 22:49:59
Papers reporting that Jose doesn't buy CR7's availability and believes he is just angling for more money from RM. Whether he believes that or not, it's a smart move from JM as it removes United as a leveraging party, without closing the door if he's wrong and CR7 does want to move.

Still think we should sign him if possible, but this way we limit how much we can be strung along as leverage for Mendes to hold RM over a. barrel.

KG

1.) 20 Jun 2017 07:09:27
Good post mate, though not sure we should sign him if he becomes available; JM clearly has a plan for next season and knows what players he wants to fit the system. Signing Ronaldo would throw all that out of the window and require the team to be built around his needs - then in a few years when he's gone, there would be no structure, just a bug CR7 hole.

Hope Jose sticks to his plan and not gives in to Woodiz craving for a megastar: would be very happy with a DCM, attacker and forward.


2.) 20 Jun 2017 12:07:09
With Jose now called out about tax issues in Spain, if I was a player I would think long and hard about going to Spain. For you guys DDG may stay and Morata and Ronaldo may want to move ASAP. Looks like the TAX office are going after easy targets - this may back fire.


3.) 20 Jun 2017 13:13:24
Wouldn't surprise me if RM themseves were behind the Ronaldo rumours with the intention of complicating the Morata deal and ultimately getting a better price.


4.) 20 Jun 2017 13:23:48
If Ronaldo does leave to another European country and is convicted in his absence of tax fraud, what happens when he has to return to Spain to play a Champions League game, would he be arrested as he stepped off the plane.


5.) 20 Jun 2017 22:05:23
Naymar, messi, ronaldo, jose, all big names and earners, coincidence? Who next bale, Suarez, no Spanish looks like a witch hunt to me and nobody has broke the rules more than Madrid.


6.) 21 Jun 2017 00:52:15
Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition!


 

 

28 May 2016 00:27:49
Now Pogba is rumored to Chelsea. Simply put we need to pay whatever is necessary to ensure we get him, and even more so if Chelsea are making a move for him. Only ballon d'or contender I see moving anytime soon.

KG

1.) 28 May 2016 08:24:36
Yeah but we've got Fosu Mensah it would hinder his progress sighing Pogba he wouldn't get a look in much like if we sign Zlatan over Rashford 😋.


2.) 28 May 2016 08:54:40
A midfield pairing of Pogba and Fosu Mensah, now that would be interesting.


3.) 28 May 2016 09:11:20
WRD if we sign a new cb then it will stunt Rojo's potential.


4.) 28 May 2016 09:13:58
Haha yes Ken, I think we should make Rojo captain next season, be the making of him.


5.) 28 May 2016 09:49:17
We need to be realistic. pogba will not come back without CL football. He may have done to work with Mourinho but I get the feeling he wants, to add either barcalona / real Madrid on psg to his cv.
Fosu mensa as right back in the ivanovic mould would not surprise me with Shaw bombing on down the left.


6.) 28 May 2016 09:53:24
I really don't see how signing Zlatan would hinder Rashford, he could play anywhere across a front 3 and I'm sure he'll get his fair share of games it would be difficult to ignore him. We are short a striker and considering his age I think it's an ideal situation for everyone including Rashford as opposed to bringing in a top class striker with years on his side which would hinder Rashford.

As for Pogba I really can't see that happening I would love to see Fosu Mensah getting a chance. Interestingly (or not) McNair got man of the match playing in midfield last night, didn't see it personally must've done alright though.


7.) 28 May 2016 13:57:18
I agree jamal I was just joshing.


 

 

26 May 2016 00:31:15
Latest rumor has us spending 60mil on Willian. So someone in the media thinks that not only do we need the fifth or sixth best player from a midtable team, but we should spend a British record amount on him. Talk about silly season. Personally there isn't a single Chelsea player i would want us to sign but this one is really absurd.

KG

1.) 26 May 2016 01:06:39
Totally disagree. He has been outstanding for Chelsea this season and is one of the few players there not to have had a hissy fit earlier in the season. He has played at a high level making and scoring goals all season.


2.) 26 May 2016 01:35:06
Apart from Zouma, Courtois, Hazard, Courtois (if DDG leaves) and Willian would all improve our team.

Matic of last season under Jose would also be most welcome.


3.) 26 May 2016 02:50:45
I agree with herefordred. Willian is an outstanding talent and had Chelsea had a better season he would've been a contender for Player of the Year. imo anyway! However, if Maureen also see's Rooney's future as a flexible CAM then he wouldn't be required. I know Rooney has his haters and he is largely responsible for that himself but early signs are that he is more than capable of re-inventing himself in this position! Slightly different style to Scholes in as such he hasn't yet developed the ability to control an entire game but he is a remarkably better tackler. and at this exact moment in time, along with DDG is one of only 2 genuinely world class players at our beloved club! #believe.


4.) 26 May 2016 05:59:02
As a Chelsea fan and watched every game for God knows how many years if you were to offer £60m I'd piggy back him there. Most frustrating players I've seen yes he stood out this season only due to the fact others have been garbage. Headless chicken with the ball but can take a free kick. Good luck under Jose boy's always be a cfc legend just enjoy the ride he will bring especially with all these top class managers here.


5.) 26 May 2016 08:33:05
I genuinely think willian would be perfect fit for us, but for 60 million . I honestly couldn't see Chelsea letting him go he was one of the only good points of there season.


6.) 26 May 2016 09:04:05
Willian works hard and has lots of energy that's about it, otherwise his useless. There's much better right wingers out there. Chelsea's top players were terrible this season which made Willian look good.


7.) 26 May 2016 09:15:27
Willian? God I hope not!


8.) 26 May 2016 09:18:27
Just to clear things up I meant that I think Willian is a very good player but I do not think he is worth £60m. I also would love us to unearth so real diamonds the way the Portuguese teams seem to be able to do every season for little money. Chucking shed loads of cash at anything half decent that moves should not be part of our ethos.


9.) 26 May 2016 12:11:08
KG - I think you need to have another look at Willian.
He's a superb player who doesn't really have any weaknesses to his game. He's quick, tracks back, skilful, can assist goals and can also score goals.
I agree I wouldn't pay 60 million for him but i would snap Chelsea's hand off at 30 million.


 

 

12 Feb 2014 02:04:45
Reports that Vidal has signed a new 200k a wk deal with juve. Eds, if true this would mean 0% chance of a move this summer? Shame.

KG

1.) Not necessarily as lots of players havesigned new contracts, only to be sold 6 months later. Just means Juve can get more money for him now. If we offerend 40+ m and nani they would probbly consider it. Only time will tell KG as he would be a great signingfor us.


2.) Contracts don't mean a lot. Only thing they are good for is how much money people are going to earn.


3.) Hard to believe and 200k sounds outlandish especially at Juve.


4.) Contracts don't mean a lot, they are what keeps a players value at its maximum, it makes a big difference


 

 

17 Aug 2013 17:05:02
How can managers be so blind to what every fan can clearly see. By playing with Carrick/Cleverly/Valencia/Giggs you are basically saying that unless RVP scores multiple goals, were in trouble. I couldn't stand it when SAF would throw away points with these conservative scared lineups that fail to excite. Could be a rough one if RVP doesn't finish the few chances he gets. What happened to attacking United? Really hoped a new, younger manager would reinstill some of that to the squad.

KG

1.) I hear ya KG and agree, I can't understand todays midfield why start Giggs and Cleverly while Kagawa, a fit Anderson and Zaha are on the bench not ot mention Rooney.Its not like we should save them for the next game as they need the game time and need to get battle hardened, its going to give our opponents the confidence to go all out and go for the win.
RedKen


2.) Think Moyes is being too conservative here, he obviously doesn't want to lose his first prem game in charge, but I would have loved to have seen Kagawa instead of Giggs and a more Ballsier team set up.


3.) The have hasn't started yet, give them a chance. Welleck, Valencia a d RVP will get the goals. Rooney to come on in 2nd half and score.


4.) I can see SAF's influence in the club


5.) The negativity that ruins this page continues. It doesn't matter how many trophies we win, there will always be a select few that just can't help but have a moan. Lighten up, the Prem is back, and the Champions are back!


6.) Absolutely spot on giggs should not be starting ever I love him to death but at 36 no chance kagawa sitting Rooney zaha. I'm shocked at our midfield if it stays like this well be dominated game in game out. With no chance of a title or top four even


7.) We have 5 midfielders but yet we seem empty in that area!? I don't get the style we play. I don't feel cleverly is a good fit for utd seems uneasy when he plays no real confidence in his ability


8.) 2-0 half time enough said for me

dio1989


9.) I should think so after 26 years, dues that post win obvious statement of the year award

RedTrom


10.) 17 Aug 2013 18:22:33
Methinks your panicking too much, only player I would have changed is giggs. Swansea were always going to come out flying and we had to soak it up and hit them on the counter. Regards shinji, ando and wild we need option in the bench to change things. They more of a plan b. We could be arsenal. MrE


11.) Sorry, absolute nonsense. Swansea are a fantastic team who move the ball on the floor. This is the correct lineup for this game. Their genuine threat will be limited. For me, this is a very astute 11 from Moyes.

MDJ


12.) Giggs is poor, I can see someone getting sent off 2day.


13.) I think the fact it's 2-0 speaks volumes.
Why are people judging 10 minutes before kick off! Judge at the end or during. The performance for me has be steady and decent. Get behind our club and our manager. Giggle might be 36 but he's a dam sight better than so many players in the PL .
Come on united.

PS - Rooney 3rd goal


TEDDY BEAR


14.) Giggs is by far our best player on the pich and it is a shame that the oldest player runs more and try harder than anyone else. Cleverly is just not working for us. Since his injury from the last year he is not the same, attitude is ok but he is very ineffective. That is why we don't have midfield and all that we can do is throw the ball to RVP and hope he will produce some magic. He and Ando will have to go. I don't want to be negative but this is fact and I want to see our team play some football. In CL we don't have any chance with this midfield, we need to start solving this problem

MU BiH


15.) Giggs is not 36, he's 40 in November!


16.) Well for such a rubbish line up the reslt was alright!


17.) 4-1 in the end seems like tactics and selection spot on

dio1989


18.) 4-1 and only 2 from RVP

You are talking BOTOX

Danny is onfire! Rooney still lacks fitness


19.) My sincere apologies to Paulo for my mistake of a 36 instead of 39. But we'll picked up. On a slightly less pathetic note we won 4-1 which is absolutely brilliant. Great start.


20.) Yeah we need strengthened and we got some muppets playing for us but the end of the day we are in a results business and they delivered so let's cut them some slack this week. Gj guys


21.) Yeh, terrible team selection.
What was the score mate?


22.) We won 4-1 and that's great, but Cleverley was awful and Giggs passing was unusually lax. Will always be 100% behind United, but doesn't get away from the fact we need 2 midfielders. I'd like Fellaini for steel and Cesc for silk, but would settle for Fellaini and Cabaye or Modric.
Mik


23.) Although we have won 4-1, I feel our passing and movement was very poor, we gave the ball away far too much and could have been punished for it a few times!and would have been punished by a better side!on the other hand vidic and rio were solid, welbeck is getting better and RvP is just world class.we just need a few more of those world class players in the middle of the park!


24.) Relax! Someone will be signed. But climb down off the ledge. Swansea is a quality side, certainly not a top 4 contender but a solid top 10 side. United totally blew their doors off after the first 25 minutes or so.


25.) 4-1 away win to a decent Swansea side is simply not good enough. Moyes out!


26.) RVP was pure class today . Not just his movement in the box and his finishing but his all round game, back to goal and shifting the ball around was brilliant! I totally agree that giggs should not have started in behind him though. Giggs is still class and still should be part of the squad but if DM is going to be starting with cleverley and carrick in the middle then we need Rooney/kagawa/a NEW SIGNING! Playing in front of them. Personally I think that cleverley should be left as a back up squad player it used in the cups. As a previous poster said he hasn't looked as good since his injury, constantly playing the ball backwards and not getting his head up quick enough. After saying all that though I would have taken 4-1 before kick off for sure . Swansea are a quality, good to watch team with a good manager so we should be happy with that result. let's hope that we get a bit sharper and come out of the blocks quicker against Chelsea. Good result today lads!

Ned the Red


27.) Yeah right!


28.) Humble pie comes to mind :)


29.) A blind man can see that Rooney would be fantastic in midfield behind the front 2, he has all the qualities of a great midfielder and would still chip in with plenty of goals, he wants a regular start so I think this would be a good solution just my opinion


30.) I was right. We created a few chances which fortunately were finished by rvp. But there was still little threat from the midfield. Thrilled with the result but I stand by my prediction. -KG


31.) You should give Moyes a call, I'm sure he would appreciate your sage advice. Your expertise is obviously what we've been missing


32.) 4-1 can not argue with the result.RVP the difference god help us if he gets injured.Well Europes elite must be looking at our midfield and quivering in their boots.The pace of Giggs awesome.The sublime passing skills and vision of Cleverley.
Got my hotel booked for the European final already.


33.) Can't argue with your view of our midfield.Giggs is over the hill and well down the other side.Cleverley and Carrick are no world beaters, neither would get a game in Chelsea's midfield.Valencia is not the player he used to be, very negative in his wing play.No wonder Rooney fancies a move to a club where he would get a good supply of the ball.All of this is painfully obvious and must be addressed.We need players who can keep the ball and win it back when we lose it.The possession against Swansea shows what we lack the result shows what we do well.


 

 

 

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19 Jul 2018 18:23:17
Been a JM supporter since he arrived, but the combination of a non-exsistent transfer policy, and a seeming lack of growth by JM at handling his players and building a team that can compete for the PL is driving me mad. It's not only that we seem to be in for another season of Fellaini, Young, Lingard and co unable to compete for top trophies, but we don't seem to have a plan for even filling the positions we all know need reinforcements. I've given up at this point competing with the top euro clubs, its been too long under incompetent ownership, management and coaching for us to be reasonable alternatives to Real, Barcelona or PSG for world-class players, but it seems like this summer we gave up without even trying to improve the squad. Frustrating to say the least, as I'm finally starting to lose faith in the post-SAF turnaround and beginning to wonder if the Glazers are going to turn us into 90s/ 00s Liverpool. No acquisitions, no signs of changes within the squad or improvements by individual players. yeah, not how you close a twenty point gap to City.

KG

{Ed004's Note - Tbf as long as Fellaini, Lingard and Young aren't key and fundamental players in our first 11 each of them offer great cover and a threat when utilised properly}


1.) 19 Jul 2018 20:10:07
Jose won 2 big trophies in his 1st year. Finished 2nd in in his 2nd year to a city team who broke records. And you say there has been no improvement. Most of forgot the exciting days of attack attack attack by David moyes team and the sexy football we played under van gaal. Can't wait for this season to begin. We will do better on our fronts I think.


2.) 19 Jul 2018 21:41:15
Is nobody else already bored to tears if him though? Already moaning and the season hasn’t even started. So tedious.


3.) 19 Jul 2018 22:03:39
The guy is so depressing. It's like he's making his excuses before he knows he needs them.
Other people will say it's the master communicator sending a signal to the board.


4.) 19 Jul 2018 22:05:01
Jose = Born winner 😆😆.


5.) 19 Jul 2018 22:23:20
Totally agree Ed. But Young and Lingard are first choice for JM, and Fellaini plays all the time (usually in losses and draws) . They should be end of the bench, not even making the bench most matches. They are mid-table quality, Everton at best. they cannot be counted on except in the most dire of circumstances.

{Ed004's Note - Id wait and see what happens by the end of the summer. There's still a few weeks left of the window. As long as they aren't key options by the end of the summer we will be sitting fine. We have a few very strong players in De Gea, Bailly, Matic, Pogba, Fred, Sanchez and Lukaku to build around}


6.) 19 Jul 2018 22:49:14
do you rate lingard? he's just had his best season ever.

His runs are class and with more forward thinking intent he would get lots more chances to score.


7.) 20 Jul 2018 07:06:04
Almost BFRO. It's Jose = born whinger. Lol.


 

 

09 Jul 2018 23:31:43
I know I posted this a few days back. But I want to make sure this gets saved for reference purposes. Not going after Ronaldo is an 11/10 as far as mistakes go, and all of you who disagree, please feel free to respond to this post. Will be nice to revisit next spring when we're 3rd in the PL and out of the CL while Juve are going after a double or treble. #RememberThis.

KG

1.) 10 Jul 2018 00:12:33
So if utd don't win the EPL and juve win trophies in Italy you can come back and say I told you so? The odds seem pretty stacked in your favour. And no, it won't make you right.


2.) 10 Jul 2018 00:23:47
Would be happy if we signed him if we also sign a lb, rw and cb. But if we sign Ronaldo we won’t and those areas are more pressing. I would love him back and I’m sure most people do as well. But realistically it wouldn’t be best for player or club.


3.) 10 Jul 2018 05:03:39
Juve always wins local titles, the difference Ronaldo (if joins them) needs to make, would making the win champion league.


4.) 10 Jul 2018 23:17:34
Everyone's entitled to their opinion. But I will definitely be back on here reposting this stuff when he's got 30 goals by Xmas and on the way to another Ballon D'Or. while Sanchez, Mata and Lingard combine for 10 goals by years end. SMH. I'm clearly in the minority, but that just means most of you will be proven wrong! lol.


 

 

06 Jul 2018 18:45:26
If we really let Cristiano go to Juve for less than 100mil without fighting them for him, that's a huge mistake on our part. W'll end up spending that much anyways on a much lesser player, without the commerical appeal, and let's be hoenst, Ronaldo doesn't look like he's slowing down anytime soon. I'd be ok if we try and he chooses Juve, but if we don't even put in our best effort, that's unforgivable in my opinion.

KG

1.) 06 Jul 2018 19:01:19
They won't sell him for 100m euros to us or PSG.


2.) 06 Jul 2018 19:05:46
Mistake? No we should stay well clear imo Ronaldo best player in the world but at 33 he's only going to decline so spending such an huge amount on him when we should be prioritising other areas is the mistake.

We need to forget the old Ronaldo and search for the next Ronaldo.


3.) 06 Jul 2018 19:10:39
Based on Ed002's reply to my previous post I would personally find it hard to believe Ronaldo's agent didn't at least sound Utd out about a move, probably a while ago. Transfers clearly take considerable time to organise, even if a player who seemingly appeared unobtainable becomes available. I'd love Ronaldo back but feel his fee and wages could be better spent in other areas.

{Ed002's Note - It really doesn't work like that with Ronaldo's representative.}


4.) 06 Jul 2018 19:29:26
There is no next Ronaldo, that's stupid. And he's in better shape than any 28 year old I've seen, and I have no doubt he can stay a top 5 player in the world into his mid/ late 30s. And is is that big of a sum? When mediocre players are being priced at 60-70mil? I think it's a steal.


5.) 06 Jul 2018 19:35:17
Real are built to get the best out of Ronaldo, it's not a simple case of he slips in seamlessly anymore. Players like Benzema and Marcelo carry out a role so unlike normal strikers and left backs.

Plus, I can only imagine Real are entertaining selling him because they believe the decline is coming. He's had problems with his knees and Real's medical staff will know his body almost as well as him.


6.) 06 Jul 2018 19:47:36
To be honest dave, we have been saying that for Ronaldo for the past 3 years but he has only improved.


7.) 06 Jul 2018 21:17:50
Something tells me all of these posters will be mysteriously quiet when Ronaldo is leading Juve deep into the CL and we're still relying on Lingard to try and get a top-4 spot and past the group stages.


8.) 06 Jul 2018 22:44:39
What's the point in paying 80/ 90 million for Ronaldo who would want to be a striker when we already have Lukaku there. We need a team not an individual. LB, CB, RW all far more important areas we need to strengthen.


9.) 07 Jul 2018 08:06:21
I am torn on the Ronaldo debate.
He is obviously not young anymore and doesn’t dominate games like he used to when he was with us before.

He would bring huge marketing revenue and more importantly he would bring back the winning mentality.
He would go all Keane on those not pulling their weight. And we have a few of them, considering the performances at the World Cup compares to those in our red shirt.


 

 

13 Mar 2018 23:27:23
If there was ever an example of a coach that plays not to lose, it's JM. HIs tactical decisions come out wrong as often as they come out correct, he allows the opposition to dictate pace, tempo, and formations, he insists on sticking with mediocre at best players (Young again responsible for a goal, Lingard again producing nothing), and he's so self-assured and stubborn that I can't even fall back on the idea that he'll learn from this experience. Martial and Rashford each have played great when given extended runs in the team, but he's sabotaged them by forcing Lingard and the misfiring Sanchez ahead of them in the team. We need a new RB, need Shaw to get consistent time at LB, and we need another CM to play with Matic and Pogba. But most of all, we need JM to have a little humility and a whole lot more attacking intent, or this is going to be about the ceiling for United under Mourinho.

KG

 

 

01 Feb 2018 04:40:38
There's plenty of blame to go around, but immediate reaction is that the vast majority of goals we've come ceded in recent months have come from Ashley young being incompetent as a defender. I don't blame him, he's a mid table winger nit a top four fullback, but both goals were on him today. Yes even jones og. He doesn't even think of tracking his man eriksen on the openerand then follows not his man inside on the second goal giving all the space for the cross. WHY did we just have a string of clean sheets sheets? HE was out injured. I'm not saying the reason set of things the defemse has been great but the actual goals that have been scored since mid December have been on his head an sure amount of the time. He doesn't close down quickly, his positioning is poor and he loses focus and doesn't do his job marking.

KG

1.) 01 Feb 2018 06:48:30
Harsh. I don’t know why You’re ing s being picked instead of Shaw but to blame him for Phil Jones’s cack handled attempt to clear witht the wrong foot is a bit much. I think there was a lot more wrong last night than Ashley Young.


 

 

 

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19 Jul 2018 18:26:10
Everytime I think the human race is going to be ok, I come to this message board and am reminded how few humans were given brains. 70mil for pogba? Beyond wanting him gone, which is another topic on which fellow United supporters should have their heads checked, you think we're going to take a 30% loss on a player who just led his team to a WC at 25? Seriously, most of the time it feels like we're watching different teams or even sports.

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10 Jul 2018 21:32:44
That means NOTHING to me. Drama? Sure. Quality? Not so much. The WC is terrible football played by teams with semi-pro players in some cases and with only a fw weeks of playing together for the quality squads. I'm not bashing the entertainment value, especially for casual fans, but the quality of play is awful, which is prob why Lingard and Young look ok at the WC but look like jokes in the CL and PL.

Also another good time to repeat, RONALDO is better than anyone on our team. Letting him go to Juve is a mistake we will regret. And most of you will have to answer for your completely moronic takes on the issue. MIC DROP.

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09 Jul 2018 23:35:04
BFRO, True. Too bad we don't it seems.

KG

 

 

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09 Jul 2018 23:34:37
That "aging" player is still twice as good as anyone on our team. The delusion on this site is mindboggling. What is in the Manchester water that people don't want Ronaldo but think United will ever win a major club trophy relying on Jesse Lingard or Ashley Young.

I swear, this board can be infuriating at times. Ronaldo scored more goals than all of our forwards combined for goodness sake!

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10 Jan 2018 04:00:18
I’m still convinced Ed002 is the head of the CIA, NSA, or MI6. Only explanation. Even Jorge mendes and pini zahavi check this site for insider info. :)

KG

{Ed001's Note - I met Jorge Mendes once out here, the only thing he said to me was 'who is Ed002?'}


 

 

 

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19 Jul 2018 22:23:20
Totally agree Ed. But Young and Lingard are first choice for JM, and Fellaini plays all the time (usually in losses and draws) . They should be end of the bench, not even making the bench most matches. They are mid-table quality, Everton at best. they cannot be counted on except in the most dire of circumstances.

KG

{Ed004's Note - Id wait and see what happens by the end of the summer. There's still a few weeks left of the window. As long as they aren't key options by the end of the summer we will be sitting fine. We have a few very strong players in De Gea, Bailly, Matic, Pogba, Fred, Sanchez and Lukaku to build around}


 

 

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10 Jul 2018 23:17:34
Everyone's entitled to their opinion. But I will definitely be back on here reposting this stuff when he's got 30 goals by Xmas and on the way to another Ballon D'Or. while Sanchez, Mata and Lingard combine for 10 goals by years end. SMH. I'm clearly in the minority, but that just means most of you will be proven wrong! lol.

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06 Jul 2018 21:17:50
Something tells me all of these posters will be mysteriously quiet when Ronaldo is leading Juve deep into the CL and we're still relying on Lingard to try and get a top-4 spot and past the group stages.

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06 Jul 2018 19:29:26
There is no next Ronaldo, that's stupid. And he's in better shape than any 28 year old I've seen, and I have no doubt he can stay a top 5 player in the world into his mid/ late 30s. And is is that big of a sum? When mediocre players are being priced at 60-70mil? I think it's a steal.

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13 Mar 2018 23:29:33
Congrats on the Europa League. Might be your only chance at a trophy this season, or for many seasons to come. wait, that might be confusing for an Arsenal supporter. this might help.

tro·phy
ˈtrōfē/
noun
1.
a cup or other decorative object awarded as a prize for a victory or success.
synonyms: cup, medal;

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