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14 Jun 2018 23:55:09
Any truth to the interest in Golovin the commentators spoke about during the match? They said Arsenal were interested but pulled out, that United were still linked.

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04 Jul 2018 10:15:57
So Neymar comes out with "I have a low pain threshold", yet he is covered in tattoos, they must be quite shaky the way he wriggles and rolls at the slightest of touches.

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1.) 04 Jul 2018 15:39:05
@The beast, well i'm sorry for what i'm about to say but for the very first time since 1990 i see a proper english team, you guys were always favorites but only in your press and country and some people used to say that because of your name but never ever really had a team to make that statement, you had very good players but played the same primitive way you had always played and that was enough to beat some countries but never against the best, now for the very first time i see a proper english team maybe you don't have a masterclass like scholes anymore but are finally playing footy the right way and you guys need to understand that the possesion game that you are playing now is new to your players so if you don't win the world cup it isn't the end of the world but its a step forward in the right direction. You are sub17, sub20 and toulouse champions so you are finally doing the right things and i really like Soughtgate, he is the right guy to make you grow as a football nation, no more long balls to your centre forward now its more possesion and controlling the game than primitive footy.


 

 

 

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26 Oct 2018 11:28:23
The real question is should an employer be publicly undermined by the manager?

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23 Jul 2018 11:27:08
Would Varane cost much more? Ten times the player.

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14 Jun 2018 10:44:01
I agree, the statement on the BBC says he wants to be at the club, but negotiations have stalled, probably due to concerns over game time. This quote says it all for me:

"Everyone will have their opinion but I think he needs to resume his career. The time has come. "

He has to resume his career, not sit on a bench watching Sanchez lose one ball after another.

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14 May 2018 10:12:44
"Speaking after the win over Watford, Mourinho said he would not have an assistant next season as "nobody in the world of football is ready".

"I think it will be Michael Carrick in future, when he has his badges, " he said. "When he has his pro licence, when he makes the bridge from player to assistant.

"I got to Michael in the last part of his career and it was enough to fall in love with the player and person. ""

Hope this isn't true, a Mourinho dictatorship is the last thing we need.

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21 Mar 2018 22:08:12
I'd really like this option. There are several French speaking players in the squad and I'm sure he'll quick be an inspiration to them. He seems like a decent enough guy too from the interviews I've seen.

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31 Dec 2018 22:00:45
I don't believe a defender would get us top 4 (I don't even believe it is needed, as mentioned above, we have Tuanzebe to come back and Lindelöf is performing great), the issue we have, especially now that Matic has discovered a new breath of life, is a true right sided winger. So I'd go down the lines of Bailey or Pulisic, but Mbappé would be the dream (an attacking four of Pogba, Martial, Rashford and Mbappé would be destructive) .

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23 Dec 2018 11:53:29
AJH, players are always going to appear more energetic and cover more ground when they are instructed to press and close down across the pitch, not just their penalty area.

What impressed me most about yesterday was they at several times there was no one but De Gea in our half of the pitch, that and Jones and Lindelof feeling they had the right to bomb forward and launch attacks. Those types of things truly show, Lindelof would cover more ground when he's given the chance to leave his penalty area. Pogba wasn't used as a DM, meaning he was able to move about and roam behind the forward three, which means covering more ground. Lingard had a free role and was everywhere up front and Martial was even switching sides, seeing as his goal came in from the right. Again, this makes things appear more energetic, and the players cover more ground. All these things are down to the tactical set-up, not motivation.

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06 Oct 2018 21:00:30
Take off Bailly to put McTominay back as CB, after his performance against West Ham, crazy decision.

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02 Oct 2018 16:04:34
Which player has raised issues on social media? I've seen players speak to the press hinting at issues or contradicting the manager, but that same criticism can be levelled at Mourinho, and much more so with his bullying tactics.

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02 Oct 2018 11:30:42
I mean when you clearly concede goals because a young midfielder is out of position as a center back and the manager announces it's all the referees fault, you're bound to not really want to play under him. The players need to show respect for sure, but I don't see how they aren't when they are merely attempting to point out what is wrong and then are gunned down by the manager for doing so. The pundits and the fans can pinpoint the tactical problems with the sides Mourinho is picking, I'm sure the players are thinking the same thing and wondering why those problems aren't being addressed.

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