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Team: Manchester United


Where from: Northern Ireland


Favourite player: George Best


Best team moment: Barcelona '99.


Interests: Travelling, National Hunt horse racing, poker and golf


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04 Sep 2015 22:04:29
Creme de la menthe! Parlez-vous Norn Iron?

How to speak Norn Iron (very funny)


1.) 05 Sep 2015 14:34:03
Cheers Eds for the accompanying video. I've never felt sympathy for the French before, but God help them if we do the unthinkable, and actually bloody qualify.


2.) 05 Sep 2015 15:00:27
Stickin out stevie


 

 

 

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20 Jul 2019 14:21:58
I know it's only pre-season, but when you see young academy lads like Chong and Greenwood combining, McTominay pinging passes around like a young Michael Carrick, or Gomez in the last game, I feel so much more pride in my team, than watching a bunch of over-paid, and often over-hyped mercenaries strutting around like the club owes them something. I just hope that people are patient with our kids, and don't start on them when the inevitable dip in form happens. They're cheering the heart of an aul cynic, just now.


1.) 20 Jul 2019 14:26:27
100% agree. The best United teams have always had a solid core of young players.


2.) 20 Jul 2019 14:28:36
It’s been a joy to watch at times today Stevie. I’m actually buzzing for the season to start. Screw all the doom and gloom I think we will surprise a few.


3.) 20 Jul 2019 14:29:55
The future is bright

• Scott McTominay [22]
• Tahith Chong [19]
• Dan James [21]
• Marcus Rashford [21]
• Anthony Martial [23]
• Mason Greenwood [17]
• Axel Tuanzebe [21]
• Aaron Wan-Bissaka [21]
• Diogo Dalot [20]
• James Garner [18]
• Angel Gomes [18].


4.) 20 Jul 2019 14:33:24
I'm not one to get carried away but Mason Greenwood wow! What a prospect!


5.) 20 Jul 2019 14:33:57
Yeah Noucamp.
Chong with some classic wing play.


6.) 20 Jul 2019 14:34:20
Greenwood has all the attributes to be a star, i think he is going to be our next start, he should teach Rashy how to put the ball in the net lol.


7.) 20 Jul 2019 14:39:14
Greenwood is stating a case that he is ready and I’m not sure that’s wrong, I would be delighted if he steps up, he was amazing last year for the kids, he’s some talent.

For the first time in a long time I actually like some of our players and like the style of play, very exciting.


8.) 20 Jul 2019 14:48:35
That goal from Mason was reminiscent of RvP. The bit of skill to get past Skriniar was amazing too, what a talent. No fear in these lads.


9.) 20 Jul 2019 14:59:40
Greenwood is special and i think he has more talent then Rashford.


10.) 20 Jul 2019 15:12:03
So many people have been calling for us to sign Skriniar, but some 17 year old lad with only one start in the first team just had him on toast.

So is Skriniar overrated, or do we have a special talent in Greenwood?


11.) 20 Jul 2019 15:18:30
Shappy it is pre season lol, no need to go to such extremes when judging players especially in games where the main priority is fitness.

Greenwood has done what everyone expected him to, make a firm case to included in our first team squad next season. He is too good to play under 23 football and probably too useful to loan out to another team so he will have plenty of opportunities next season.


12.) 20 Jul 2019 15:27:59
Greenwood is a special talent.
Someone mentioned he is like RVP.
I think he seems to have an even better ceiling than him.
He seems electric, and seems like one of the those to whom the balls always falls to.
If he doesn't get injured and keeps getting playtime, there is no reason he won't score 20 goals next season.
He scored a wonderful goal today, he hit the woodwork with an almost RVP like finish.
He made a tap in finish the previous game.
And he was electric against Cardiff too and could have had a hat trick.

I'm so excited to see Gomes, Chong who seems better on the left, Tuanzebe, Greenwood, McTominay and Pereira do really well next season.

Ole seems to love the quick 1-2 passes players to break open defense and a lot of players are responding really well.

I think our squad isn't too shabby now if we sign Harry Maguire or a centre half who is really good in the air.
And possible replacement for Pogba if he leaves.
I don't think Lukaku needs replacing.


13.) 20 Jul 2019 16:15:09
Rooney was special from that age only. No wonder Greenwood will turn out to be the same as him.
England and Manchester needs one of that kind. Young, and special.


14.) 20 Jul 2019 16:29:54
The only problem I saw with the young lads is apart from greenwood they all look more comfortable playing on the left side of the front 3,chong especially.


15.) 20 Jul 2019 16:36:46
Greenwood's going to be good. Only preseason, but with you guys being in Europa this season it's a fantastic way to get him integrated in the first team.

Indeed he looks a better talent than Rashford, and contrary to Rash he looks like a real striker. I don't think he's suited to the wing positions as his dribbling probably isn't up to that level yet (his technique seems good though) .
Finishing is crisp and his movement is smart and lively, similar to our Tammy. Greenwood's technique is better than Tammy, and that's the difference between them. He can get involved more in play that way.

The big PL clubs combining to produce England's future forward line.
Callum - Greenwood - Sancho looks tasty, with a top Liverpool prospect as well in Rhian Brewster :)

Can't wait till our match in a couple of weeks. You're lucky we'll be missing Ruben and Callum! :p.


16.) 20 Jul 2019 16:47:04
I hope we don't sign any forwards/ wingers should Lukaku leave.
Greenwood and to lesser extent James and Chong deserve games.
My concern is still CB.
Tuanzebe looks promising but him alongside Lindelof the defence looked weak when defending crosses - especially with DeGea stuck on the line.
As things are Smalling remains a must (as with their injury record, we cannot count on. Bailly and Jones)


17.) 20 Jul 2019 17:21:35
Mason Greenwood is the real deal.


18.) 20 Jul 2019 33:41:17
Greenwood has been a special talent all through the ranks. I posted on here about him a couple of years ago because he was so two footed he could take corners and penalties with either foot. He is at an age where it is the question whether he can step up and have the mental plus physical attributes needed. He seems to be down to earth and let’s see whether he can handle the mental side. I read he has physically grown this year so if still growing we need to be careful not to over play him.

Someone asked on here who we would buy for right side attack and maybe that is a player who won’t be bought to not block a path for Greenwood too much. However I think if Lukaku goes we will need a centre forward for the short term at least. Greenwood has real potential, it’s up to him now.


 

 

20 Jul 2019 13:11:53
Poor Wes Brown. He's no Hugh McIlvanney, is he.


 

 

14 Jun 2019 13:13:49
It appears supporting the manager, depends on whether someone rates them personally. If not, they'll stamp their feet until someone they do rate gets in. Then they'll come on and lecture everyone to get behind the manager.

I'll never understand why a supporter hopes a particular manager fails rather than succeeds. If a manager does well, the club is doing well. Seems to be a few on here think they know more than people who actually work in the game, which makes me wonder why they're not working for the club, rather than posting their over-inflated opinions to strangers on a social media site.

{Ed002's Note - A good post and it is difficult to comprehend. I don’t like the irrational kowtowing to supporters by some clubs. Elsewhere than most sides in England, clubs see coaches in the same way as players and switch them out in search of success - and that approach has worked - even in England.}


1.) 14 Jun 2019 13:44:50
I don't think there are many supporters out there hoping ole fails, but with so much uncertainty around the club at the moment are the conditions at the club right for him to be successful?

{Ed002's Note - It is a two way street and as it is I really don’t see him as the right option. The guys coming Ming up with players still have The JM list - which is a good one but may not be as applicable as folks think.


2.) 14 Jun 2019 14:04:28
Spot on Stevie. There’s a large group of ‘fans’ that would rather see the manager fail just so they can say ‘I told you so’. Ole is the manager and he has my backing until the day he leaves. I may not agree with everything he does in that time, but he’s part of united and we must support him. When he goes, the next manager will gain that support.


3.) 14 Jun 2019 14:11:34
Im still trying to get my head around UA comment, and yes I know its an opinion, 'Ole will never be worthy of being man utd manager in my eyes'. so basically saying even if we won the quadruple or even 1 trophy he wouldn't be worthy? . A pretty baffling statement if you ask me.


4.) 14 Jun 2019 14:19:03
It's not rocket science, is it Park?


5.) 14 Jun 2019 15:38:31
I'm fully behind the manager and hope he succeeds having said that I don't think he's the right man for us. I'd be delighted to eat my words though.


6.) 14 Jun 2019 15:55:18
@Ed002,

As I understand it we have a recruitment department consisting of people like Marcel Bout and Jim Lawlor etc and also Ole and Phelan will come up with their own targets and the club then pursues the most viable targets? For eg. The reported interest in Longstaff and perhaps even Daniel James are recommendations by Ole?

The Jose list I assume includes the likes of Bruno Fernandes and Ruben Dias but what do you mean by it not being as applicable? Those players not fitting into what Ole wants to do or them not being viable due to lack of UCL football etc?

{Ed002's Note - Ok - if that is what you think.}


7.) 14 Jun 2019 16:49:30
Its really isn't Stevie. It seems good old fashioned supporting the manager and team has gone out the window with the modern fan. You even have fans nowadays who support a player over the team. It's ludicrous tbh.


8.) 14 Jun 2019 17:10:37
Wiggy, its quite simple. Who put Ole in charge? The answer is Ed Woodward. What does Ed Woodward know about football? Nought. Name me one poster on the page that says Ed is right when it comes to matters of football or recruitment. Or answer me this, we saw 6 months of football under Ole and if my understanding is correct the managerial position was temp for him and the permanent managaer was to be appointed after the season and yet we got sentimental and appointed him early. If we waited till the end of the season and saw the performances and the results after the first few games, would any sensible person have appointed Ole? Even when Jose was sacked, was there one poster who mentioned Ole as a probable choice? And that is where i am coming from.

Roberto de Matteo won the champions league for Chelsea, one trophy that Jose failed to win for Chelsea. What became of him? Did he become a great manager? No.

I know i will be called a troll and get multiple thumbs down from the "informed" people but i still stand by my views. I liked Ole as a player but that does not automatically mean i will like him as a manager.


9.) 14 Jun 2019 17:33:51
I've supported every manager so far.

I had my reservations about Moyes. That first press conference. The gutting of the back room staff and the replacements. That first summer window chasing players we had mo chance and signing the player most unsuited player he could. He still had my support till the Fulham game.

Van Gaal I thought was a good fit. Had a defined philosophy and style. Good with young players. The performances and style were below what was expected. Transfers again were a mess. I think he was badly served and should have had his third season although I didn't want Allegri.

Jose I was excited by. I thought he was what we needed to sort the dressing room out. Instead he lost it. Bad style of play. Again messy transfers. Had to go.

Ole? The football and results were good upto the Liverpool game. Injuries disrupted things. Players reverted to type. let's see where we are at Christmas first.


10.) 14 Jun 2019 17:46:08
People love to gloat and stick the boot in early just so they can say "I told you so". I personally wouldn't have appointed Ole, but now he's here I think he'll get the support of 95% of fans. We tried the Premier League veteran in Moyes, the European tactician in LvG and the natural born winner in Jose. If Ole can replicate the ethos in his first few games then we may be onto something.

Whatever about Woodward, the fact is we have a team of players who are playing under their potential. If Ole can restore the core ingredients of hard work, pace and flair into the team. Then I for one will be happy to see him in the job until the steady improvements stop.


11.) 14 Jun 2019 19:04:19
I hope OGS succeeds, I just don’t believe he will. I support the club and hope the manager is successful, not support the manager and hope the club is successful. I have chanted managers names when successful but they have earned it not been given it. That is why I didn’t support the Moyes banner nor the ridiculous over sentimental tripe about OGS.


12.) 14 Jun 2019 19:43:17
It is utterly ridiculous to even post the original post saying anyone will want OGS or any united manager to fail. Who has actually come on here and said they want OGS or any manager to fail? It simply isn't true.
We ALL want OGS to succeed 100%. But whether he will or not remains to be seen. If he's going to get rid of the under achievers, then he's halfway there and we can get our club back. If he allows Woodward to dominate footballing matters and transfers, then I'm afraid the club will keep going backwards.


13.) 14 Jun 2019 22:00:44
Nomid, you obviously haven't read the thread on the Rumours page. Have a read, and then tell me no one hopes our manager fails.


14.) 14 Jun 2019 22:38:30
Stevie, i haven't read the thread, but i will do. But in any case, any fan wishing a managet to fail, is not a fan.
If said manager has been given time to do a job and fails, then by all means, people can criticise. But we have to see what OGS can do. My worry is Woodward above all.


15.) 15 Jun 2019 02:07:06
AAA regards your last point that's the whole problem isn't it. Jose stood up to Woodward on football matters and couldn't succeed. What chance Ole? The only hope if it goes south on Ole is that Woodward finally goes.


16.) 15 Jun 2019 08:46:51
I think that's everyone's worry, NoMid.


 

 

19 May 2019 10:03:47
Considering we all state regularly on here that we think the media spout a lot of bull, and we should take it all with a pinch of salt, we don't half regurgitate these rumours when things aren't going well.

{Ed004's Note - And then tear into the players for it...}


1.) 19 May 2019 11:45:33
Only when it suits though Stevie.


2.) 19 May 2019 12:27:37
I think i am the biggest culprit and might need to take a little break as i do probably talk a lot of nonsense because i just write what ever goes in my mind and heart at the time of posting.

I think it would be wise to back off for a but so i don't offend anyone as i respect each and every single one of you.

I used to be so positive but right now there isn't much left to be positive about United.


3.) 19 May 2019 10:54:35
I believe nothing, until i hear it from the horse's mouth, Ed004. Must be my line of work! The thing is, if enough people start repeating the same rumour, it becomes accepted, and usually used as stick to beat someone with.

{Ed004's Note - Like the recent Rashford ones. Hes on 45k a week but going by the mirror hes going to treble that to 300k. Ignoring the maths behind it all, itll spark everyone discussing it even though his agent released a statement denying media reports}


4.) 19 May 2019 15:20:24
Totally agree, Ed. Singh, you're not offending anyone, and you shouldn't stop posting your opinion. Like I said, when things aren't going well, people start looking at every little story and fearing the worst.

{Ed004's Note - It would be a shame if you stopped posting Singh as you contribute a great bit to the site. Youre not even close to the worst culprits either. But I think its just our nature as fans. I know after a loss I now dont tend to post on the site my initial opinion for a bit. Ill rant with my mates beside me and probably with the other eds but usually come and post when Ive cooled down a bit and become a bit more rational}


5.) 19 May 2019 20:31:02
I would never leave this site permanently.

I am too addicted to the site and the posters who i admire as every single one off!

I will just stay away from reading the newspapers in the transfer window and post with a cool head.

I won't leave you guys easily! 😂😂😂😂.


 

 

29 Mar 2019 19:49:03
OBE for Harry Gregg. Not a big fan of the honour system, but if anyone deserved one, it was this heroic, gentle giant.


1.) 30 Mar 2019 11:57:24
Agreed. Should've had it a long long time ago. Pulled people out of a buring plane.


 

 

 

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21 Jul 2019 18:36:59
Not a great fan, but I hope he does well if he does arrive. Hopefully those who think like me will give him a chance, and not turn on him if he doesn't hit the ground running.


 

 

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21 Jul 2019 10:28:44
I don't think we're in as strong a position as some say. He will not play much for us this season, if at all. Totally unsuited to our style of play. Clubs will know this, They will know we don't want to be stuck with a player who won't be playing, especially on his wages.


 

 

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17 Jul 2019 17:43:44
Must admit, I was a bit surprised to see him come on for Leicester in their latest friendly. I know Leicester can't be expected to put everything on hold just for our benefit, but maybe it's not quite as close as we thought.


 

 

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12 Jul 2019 12:18:10
Wan Bissaka will be a bit annoyed if he's bought for 50m and doesn't feature in our backline.


 

 

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10 Jul 2019 20:44:40
To be fair, UR, most of the questions I've read on here recently, have been put politely and respectfully. All of our questions, unless we're heavily involved in the football industry, are coming from a certain degree of ignorance. That's why we ask the Eds in the first place. I know it must be a pain in the hoop seeing the same questions, but just put different ways, over and over again. But I think a certain Ed has been particularly provocative, today. Almost as if he's engineering a way out 😁.


 

 

 

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20 Jul 2019 14:50:27
I think he meant for our next game, Reman :)


 

 

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19 Jul 2019 21:23:10
DLIB, it wouldn't matter if Lukaku proved he was the best striker in the world, he's still a completely wrong fit for the type of football Ole is looking the team to play. I've nothing against him. He's a good striker when conditions suit, but I think he and everyone else knows, he's not the type of striker that's going to get many games in this style of play. It's not his fault, it's just the way it is.


 

 

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19 Jul 2019 21:12:34
Madrid and Barcelona could still offer CL football, and a genuine crack at their league. Makes it a bit easier to get players in, Leahy. In our position, to get top players, we'll have to pay over the odds, and big wages. I don't think that's a situation any of us want, when our wage bill is already so high. I think we just have to suck it up for now.


 

 

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17 Jul 2019 15:33:45
Thought Gomez looked really lively. Stronger as well. Doesn't look like a little schoolboy any more, and held his own against a physical Leeds team. He was sort of forgotten about last season, with all the talk about Chong and Greenwood, but he's a fantastic talent. Great close control. Perreira played well, too. Also looks stronger this season. Bit of bite about him, which is nice to see, and his dead ball delivery is excellent.


 

 

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17 Jul 2019 15:28:24
At least he turned up 😁.