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15 Jun 2017 18:01:33
Do any of the eds know if reports of utds interest in Andersen Tallisca are true. From what I've read it could be that he's trying to engineer a move for himself but I just can't tell with all the junk that's posted on't tinterweb nowadays.

Thanks in advance.

{Ed002's Note - I am not aware of any approach by MU but he is a player Mourinho has been keen on before.}


 

 

28 Aug 2015 18:57:19
Appologies if this has already been asked but have United got any interest in Draxler as he seems to be pushing for a move?

{Ed004's Note - Thought he was pushing for Juve}


1.) 29 Aug 2015 02:52:36
Topbomin, apparently Manchester United have shown an interest in Julian Draxler recently who in my opinion would be a very good addition, although in my opinion plays a similar role to the number 10 role that mata,januzaj, Fellaini and Rooney play, we need an out and out striker in my opinion.


 

 

26 Jun 2015 12:38:49
Rumours that Vidal has been sold by Juventus and will be anounced after the Copa America. I said a couple of weeks ago that I wouldn't be surprised if it was all done and dusted for him to move to us, just like Herrera.

Oh please let it be us.


1.) 26 Jun 2015 13:24:39
I think Arsenal would be the more likely destination.


2.) 26 Jun 2015 13:27:11
Some media outlets say a £21.3m deal to join arsenal after the copa.


3.) 26 Jun 2015 13:32:28
its a strange one with vidal, last season he was our main target all summer every paper had vidal to united, but this summer we haven't really been linked with him as much.

i would love vidal at united along with schneiderlin and we would have a very good midfield.


4.) 26 Jun 2015 13:38:39
Imagine a midfield 3 with schneiderlin vidal and Herrera di maria and depay on the flanks with rooney/lacazette up front up front what an attacking formation that wld be ah well we can but dream eh


5.) 26 Jun 2015 14:48:02
SPB. There was no mention of Herrera the window we signed him either. All the work was done the season before. I'm guessing a lot of this thing happens as with Ronaldos move to Real Madrid. Fergie got him to give us one more season.

I may be grasping at straws but can't help getting excited about how much better our midfield would be with the addition of Vidal.


6.) 26 Jun 2015 15:52:36
Apparently aturo needs to ask for a transfer. Which language book shall we send out to him. Part of me still thinks well get him. Louis has always had the hots for him!


7.) 26 Jun 2015 16:12:01
I really hope we get him too but If he went to Arsenal him and Sanchez is scary


8.) 26 Jun 2015 16:49:08
I don't think arsenal would be interested. They have plenty of offensive mids and already struggle playing all the guys. Its the star,sun, metro all generally useless publication.


9.) 27 Jun 2015 09:03:03
Vidal was a popular choice last summer but I recall had knee problems which may have put us off. Another year older and has had probably enough playing time to at least consider whether his knee is ok. Will his game based on such energy be as effective as he gets older is a question for me.


10.) 28 Jun 2015 09:26:21
I would love to see Vidal in a United shirt and for 20m is a steal- last year was too much of a risk but has proven he is fit and firing. I wonder if the DUI incident has changed things for some teams - MS- BS - AV - now there's a midfield


 

 

05 Jun 2015 16:50:16
Afternoon Eds. Is there any truth in the rumour that RVP has agreed a move to Lazio?

{Ed004's Note - I think it is just speculation atm}


1.) 05 Jun 2015 19:59:48
Came out today saying he looks forward to Depays arrival.
Is this a sign?. Had niggles last year, I think he'll stay. Don't write him off, class act when fit 😎


 

 

 

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13 Aug 2017 19:44:25
Had to chuckle today. I was sat watching with the family full of West ham fans. How pleased they were when rashford was taken off only to be hit with a fresh and lively martial. Poor zabaletta. Ha ha. Best performance for a long time.


 

 

12 Jun 2017 18:39:50
Just been reading that Rooney wants his contract paying up if he's to leave. Sounds about right, he's been bleeding us dry for the last God knows how long so why not.

Endearing himself to the fans again. SAF was right. We should've got rid years ago.


1.) 12 Jun 2017 19:00:40
Probably not true, but from past experience it could be. Jred would give it him though ;-)


2.) 12 Jun 2017 19:02:32
If what i read was true i hope he gets the schweinsteiger treatment, go rot in reserves until your contract is up, should do his 2018 worldcup dream some good.


3.) 12 Jun 2017 19:07:33
more hate for our all time leading goal scorer, he isn't good enough no more and hasn't been for a long time that is evident but the lad gives everything on the pitch when he steps on it and just wants to play, give the lad a break for god sake and wait and see what happens before you start slagging him off because you have read something in a rag which is probably a load of nonsense.


4.) 12 Jun 2017 19:08:36
If that is his attitude and knowing that he wants to play (or is that just blackmail? ) pay him, make him train hard and let him rot on the bench.
Alternatively we could see if Moyes will pay for his blunder.


5.) 12 Jun 2017 19:13:40
What Rooney was right about though is, when he first said he wanted to leave it was because of a lack of quality investment in the squad. Apart from van Persie he was spot on.


6.) 12 Jun 2017 19:23:18
It's a contract. He's owed it.


7.) 12 Jun 2017 20:28:07
All he wants is enough pocket money for a trip to the casino and a kebab.


8.) 12 Jun 2017 20:35:57
He is owed it if he fulfils it rwwd. We will
Prob pay half which men's he can take 150k from Everton or elsewhere and he would be no worse off
He is entitled to get the best deal he can. If he stays i would not punish him i'd just pick the team on merit.


9.) 12 Jun 2017 20:36:10
RWWD,

Wondered when somebody was going to mention that, imagine a footballer wanting the money he is owed from a contract he signed, what a tosser!


10.) 12 Jun 2017 21:35:02
Yeah but didn't you know that once people earn a certain amount they are no longer entitled to earn any more without being a tosser. It's the same magic figure at which point we are also not allowed to feel sympathy for them. My brother recently got a huge promotion and actually took the money! So when his cat died in a lightning storm I just sent him a framed picture of me with my middle fingers up wearing a Thundercats T-shirt.


11.) 12 Jun 2017 21:50:24
Used to love Thundercats.


12.) 12 Jun 2017 22:51:28
He is right to ask for that the club did give him a contract willingly it's either we abide by it or pay up to terminate it.


13.) 12 Jun 2017 22:57:20
Exactly that RWWD and some of the posts on this topic are bordering silly, especially with it being hear-say; although hear-say is why we are on this site of course!

My pennies (or lots of £ in this case! ) worth on this is that I can't imagine he'll get the same package he's on with us anywhere else in Europe. I'd imagine some sort of arrangement could be reached but it's the money side that I do my best to ignore due to ignorance on the inner workings.


14.) 12 Jun 2017 23:07:43
The treatment of Rooney by united fans and England supporters is embarrassing. I suppose it's a part of the sporting culture in England that outsiders will never understand. All time leading scorer, good buildup play, willing defender, leader on the pitch, good teammate, but never good enough for the critics. TBH, its shameful.


15.) 13 Jun 2017 01:09:49
All those saying he is owed it, how exactly is he owed anything. What rooney allegedly wants is his contract paid out so that he can leave to play elsewhere, if wants his money he should stay on the bench for the remainder of his contract then and only then is he owed anything.


16.) 13 Jun 2017 01:44:16
CSM would you leave a job a year earlier than contracted to take up a job at another firm for much less money, voluntarily and without any discussion of being compensated for an early exit?

Come on. None of us would. Let's take red tinted specs off and remember this is a business like any other.

{Ed007's Note - #Rooney4Celtic


17.) 13 Jun 2017 01:34:57
The club gave him the contract and Rooney's entitled to see it fulfilled, which means he is a United player until the contract expires. The manager can decide when he plays and for how long. But if Rooney wants to play first team football and it's no longer a possibility at Old Trafford, and thus he instigates a move, then he will be the one breaking the contract. That said he would be entitled to negotiate with United for partial reimbursement of lost wages for taking a contract somewhere else. The club wouldn't be obliged to play ball, but they might prefer to pay a portion of his salary for 2 years, rather than all of it.

In other words, let's just wait and see how it plays out. There's no need to criticize either Rooney or the club before we know what's actually happening.

{Ed002's Note - I am not sure you entirely grasp the transfer situation and contracts.}


18.) 13 Jun 2017 03:34:56
Zlatanian but i don't care about rooney i care about utd, i don't give a damn what he would or wouldn't do. If he wants to leave we should definitely not be paying out his contract, this would be nice pay back from us for all those city and chelsea flirtings, he wants to play the world cup and he won't be doing that if he spends most time on utd bench. This isn't just a case of us wanting him gone but he wants to go too, can't have both ways this time wayne, it is either big wages or playing time not both.


19.) 13 Jun 2017 03:42:48
Kg this is also the same rooney who moaned about squad being not good enough until he had his wages increased then we never heard even a squeak about squad thereafter. This is also the same rooney who threatened the club that if his wages aren't increased he will do a tevez and shamelessly courted chelsea during his last negotiations. A legend endeed.

I don't think you watched the carrick testimonial, if you did you would have seen that rooney was worse than most players on the ground that day, worst part most on ground had been retired for a few years.


20.) 13 Jun 2017 05:48:31
What a surprise, I disagree with csm. Rooney stopped complaining about transfer spending when they started spending more than 20mil per window and I agreed with him 110% at the time that the club needed to up their spending for a higher quality of player. Didn't love the Chelsea thing, but am I really going to turn on him bc his agent worked to get him as much money as possible (literally his job) .

You can continue coming up with irrational reasons to hate on Rooney, but my belief that it has to be a cultural thing remains. You think a yankee fan hates on Jeter? Or a lakers fan hates on Kobe Bryant? It's the same with the country's reaction to the national team. The love of hating players is bizarre and you only have to look at the vilification of each and every top English player in recent years (Beckham, Rooney, Gerard, etc etc etc) .

I for one hope Rooney stays and plays out his contract. I don't want to see him coming back to old trafford in a mid table shirt. The guy has been the face of the club practically since he arrived and was the main reason we won anything at all once Ronaldo left.

Rooney is an absolute legend and I'm happy some of my fellow posters agree with me.


21.) 13 Jun 2017 07:00:48
KG actually there was little that changed in terms of our transfers, prior to the window in which ronaldo was sold, we spent big, first nani, anderson, tevez etc came in, next season berba came in, rooney did not speak out when ronaldo was sold. But that was the only season before or after where we spent less than 20mn.

After rooney did his squad isn't improving BS, we signed smalling, bebe, lindegaard and chicharito. Next season it was jones, ddg, young and scholes. There too DDG was signed because van der saar retired, scholes was brought back from retirement than signing a decent midfielder, i never heard anything from the concerned rooney then, surely someone who is concerned about the squad will speak out against it.

You can try and convince yourself that rooney did it for the squad but actions speak louder than words and i don't see any actions after he got his money or any words for that matter.


22.) 13 Jun 2017 07:54:47
CSM I asked you what you would do in a similar working life situation, I am interested to know.

Anyway it seems there are others discussing this with you and it looks to me you're not going to change your view; which you're entitled to.

For what it's worth I think your argument based around Rooney wanting out and the counter arguments based on this time it being the club that wants Rooney out.


23.) 13 Jun 2017 08:16:32
Zlatanian i haven't said anywhere that rooney in his position is wrong in asking for full money, that is in his interest but as a utd fan it won't be in utd's, so what i posted was what i hope utd do. Also the argument as i have said goes both ways, we want him gone but this isn't schweinsteiger situation where he wants to stay here he too wants to leave because he isn't going to get much football here and without minutes on field there isn't going to be a worldcup call up which he clearly wants, if he wants to stay he hopefully rots in reserve or he leaves and goes to whoever wants him without us having to pay him, it is not as if utd will ask for a big transfer fee from likes of everton for rooney.


24.) 13 Jun 2017 09:29:30
Maybe if it was UTD wanting rid then yes pay the contract up in full.

IF rooney wants out then due to contracual aspect, offer a reduced pay out.


25.) 13 Jun 2017 13:41:34
Ed002. If you have any time then please enlighten us because while I acknowledge not knowing much about the transfers themselves, I do recall some of the principles of basic contract law. Obviously a lot depends on what's actually in Rooney's contract, for example if there's anything in it about playing time etc., but United's basic obligation will be to pay his wages through to the end of it. Meanwhile Rooney cannot accept a contract playing for someone else while he is under contract with United - again subject to any modifying term, or any overriding legislative provision - unless United agree to it. So, Rooney can clearly stay with United and collect his £250k a week or whatever it is, if that's what he wants to do, but he can't move on without United's approval. He could refuse to play, but then United could ultimately sue him for specific performance. Rooney could try to claim that he's been constructively fired, and is being forced out, and counterclaim. Both very unlikely. What will not happen is that United give him £30m to walk away free to accept a contract somewhere else, without any mitigation of that cost. One way or another, in the end an agreement will be reached that involves none of the extremes.

{Ed002's Note - I have not seen Rooney's contract.}


 

 

25 May 2017 20:32:17
Have to comment that I'm amazed by the amount of City fans that I've spoken to today that were glad about us qualifying for the champions league next season. Quite a few were also concerned that we will become a force to be reckoned with next season.

I'm not used to all this positivity surrounding us at the moment but I am enjoying it.


 

 

01 May 2017 18:50:53
Seems to be quite a bit of doom and gloom on here at the moment what with some of the results lately and I completely understand many of your points of view. But I'd just like to play the optimistic card and point out that we've had a very good season in comparison to others of late.

We are still in a position where we could finish in 3rd place, although granted this is no easy task.

We've won the charity shield and league cup.

We got knocked out of the FA Cup in the latter stages by arguably the top performing team in the league and we are in the semi finals of the europa league.

In my eyes that's not a bad 1st season for Mr Mourinho. Take a bow sir and I for one am very much looking forward to this seasons climax.


1.) 01 May 2017 19:58:11
We are the only major team that bothered with the League Cup and we are seemingly paying the price for lack of rotation now. BAD MANAGEMENT.

Charity Shield - Friendly, who cares aside from desperate manager/ players/ fans to try and claim any kind of success as progress.

The FA Cup we won last year. FAILED

The Europa League we have been very poor in, but somehow managed to get past some very average teams. Only reason anyone is bothered about the Europa cup is because it's a back door into the CL, Mickey Mouse cup for teams like Utd in all honesty. Look who we have played in it and that should tell you about the quality of that competition. Hard to watch us in this, awful.

The widely accepted fiasco that was LVG managed to accumulate 66 points last season, we are currently on 65 points with very hard games to play and we signed 4 very good players in the summer. NOT GOOD ENOUGH.

Never mind take a bow, more like take a pay cut and take a long hard look at your performance this season Jose! Just my views of course, but how anybody can see this season as a success is clutching at straws imo.

Most importantly the football has been awful to watch more often than not and there is no excuse for that as results haven't even come as part of it.


2.) 01 May 2017 20:20:00
I get the impression that even if they had won every game this season you'd still find something to complain about Beast. Each to their own I suppose.


3.) 01 May 2017 20:43:36
Not really TopBomin. Just finding it extremely difficult to agree that this year has been a success in any way shape or form. I'm looking at what has happened as opposed to what may happen mate. We have all been bitten by the "it takes time" line far too recently.

There have been a couple of positive moments for sure, but on the whole "underwhelming" best sums it up for me. If we ever do get back to the standards that we should be operating at I would love to see the joy on here, it really would be nice to see justifiable praise. But at the minute I honestly have never witnessed so much praise for rank averageness. I wish I was on here in 2008/ 9 time, many of the comments I read now would be justified for that period in our history, but it's just sad now how far our standards have slid.

A 1-0 win now is treated like a 5-0 win of 10 years ago. If you go by some of the comments a 3/ 10 performance is viewed as an 8/ 10. It depresses me, many of us seem to have forgotten what Man Utd stands for and are too quick to throw excuses around. Support the team through thick and thin, but let's not lie to ourselves about how well we are doing compared with how well we SHOULD be doing.


4.) 01 May 2017 20:45:56
Prozac for bed number 3 please nurse 😆😆.


5.) 01 May 2017 20:48:14
The sensible option would be to wait until the end of the season and take stock, we still have a good chance at making top four we also have a chance at winning the uefa cup, I get the impression that one or two would actually sack Jose now! He's had one season In charge next season we will be stronger he's not lost his touch let's see what next Season brings.

{Ed004's Note - Even if we get neither I think we need to keep Jose. We need to start building again for the future and bringing back some stability. We are a window or two away from having a very competitive squad}


6.) 01 May 2017 20:57:32
Most of us would have had this squad winning or at least coming close the the title this season in fairness.

No way will he be sacked of course, but the problem is giving him a war chest and then having to start all over again next summer if we get another poor season.

I think the Sponsorship terms are going to start affecting us soon as well if we don't qualify for CL, so this could be a make or break window in many ways.

{Ed004's Note - It might be the best time to bring in a director of football because our signings have been very poor but hopefully Jose will get it right this time}


7.) 01 May 2017 21:01:03
Fair enough Beast. I can agree with that but you must admit we've lost our identity to some degree since fergie left and I feel this season has seen us take a good step towards regaining that position at the top. Also agree with Ed that certainly for now, Mourinho is the future of this club and he's done a damn site better than the other turkeys we've had at the helm. Again like Ed has said we're not far from challenging for top honours again.

The one thing we've all got in common is that's exactly where we all want to be.


8.) 01 May 2017 21:11:44
Good man TopBomin. It was a big task and the flops before Jose didn't make it any easier. But we are paying for the best and he hasn't delivered yet. Some people see good signs, others like me see dejavu unfortunately.

We all want what's best and as Ed004 says, maybe a DOF could be the step needed to help. Good night guys.


9.) 01 May 2017 21:12:39
I think it has been a very decent FIRST season under mourinho.

Complaints about outspending others and still finishing outside the top 4 - everyone knew we overpaid for pogba by a huge margin as we weren't his first choice club and desperate for a big name, rest of the signings really can't complain. Also the quality brought in instead of improving the squad was negated by the failings of previous managers signings and some ageing and average squad players.

I would love for us to win the europa and enter CL rather than just finishing top 4 ( WITHOUT CHALLENGING FOR THE TITLE) winning the europa would give us something to cheer about and look forward to the next season.

Complaing about the style of football being played is a decent argument but when we hired mourinho we knew what we were going to get. Instead of blaming mourinho and call for his sacking i would blame the ones sitting above making decisions as to which direction they want the club to head in the future.

For me it will still be a decent season even if we don't finish out of the top 4 and the win europa with the amount of injuries at present.

I think it would be fair to call for his sacking if we are in this same position next year and i would be very worried about the future of this club.


10.) 01 May 2017 21:18:08
This season remains on a knife edge in terms of ending very well or extremely disappointingly.

Some very challenging games to come, made all the more difficult with our injuries and fatigue, with Jose almost looking and sounding more tired than the players at times!

Anything can still happen with regards Europa and top four.
What I will say lads is don't expect to see much in the way of exciting, attacking football from us at this business end. If we get there it will be through sheer grind and slog.


11.) 01 May 2017 21:52:01
At this stage of the season, Rave, I'll take sheer grit and slog. I'm past caring about entertaining football. Just get top 4, and hopefully we can kick on from there.


12.) 01 May 2017 22:22:36
I hear you noucamp but let's be honest most of our wins have been grit and slog this season, much of our best football has ended up in draws.
But I agree I'd take anything to get into champs league now.

Depressingly just seen the closing stages of the scousers all but sealing their place in the top 4 if not top 3 (preferring the snooker of course) . Hate to say it but great achievement considering the relative strength of their squad compared to ours and city's (no european games of course) .
Rather city miss out on champs league than them to be fair, as city have far more potential to build a very dangerous team next season. Trouble is I can't see us getting more than 2 or 3 points over the next two away games. Really hope we can do the business against celta, we certainly won't do it the easy way.


13.) 01 May 2017 22:25:52
I think we need to wait until the end of the season to evaluate. Personally, at the beginning of the season I thought we would be challenging for the title and not taking the Europa League seriously. I really would love to see a statistic of how many substitutions J.


14.) 01 May 2017 22:37:07
No way anyone should be sacking mourinho. He's a top manager and has to be given time. 3 years minimum.
Injuries have been a problem and they destabilise team.
I'll take any win but I do hope we go and attack Celta as we're good enough to finish the tie in the first leg.


15.) 01 May 2017 22:38:47
we need to wait until the end of the season to evaluate. but personally i was expecting United to challenge for the title and not take the Europa League seriously this season. trimming the squad mid way through season had started has come to bite them on the backside.


16.) 01 May 2017 23:02:33
Put it this way chaps, I would take 7 of the most boring 1-0 wins in the history of football for our last 7 games, if offered that now. I couldn't give a rubbish about style at this stage of a season. Points win prizes not style.


17.) 02 May 2017 05:04:08
Beast, all what you say, does constant chopping and changing the manager and having to accommodate an entirely new backroom staff and playing staff have no repercussions? 2008-09, SAF was in charge for 20 years almost, the playing staff was constant, the back room staff knew in and out of each player. How long has Jose been here? Give yourself a break mate.


18.) 02 May 2017 07:42:46
Shan, "the back room staff knew in and out of each player".

There's coaches getting arrested for that sort of thing, mate :)


19.) 02 May 2017 08:01:17
Jose doesn't usually last for more than two or three years as he pushes the players/ causes friction so they eventually hate him.

However, in that time, he wins things and would Kay the foundations for a longer term manager (Allegri? ) to come in and soothe players/ make final tweaks.


20.) 02 May 2017 09:07:48
Wasn't LVG laying foundations too?


21.) 02 May 2017 10:40:11
It all sounds very similar to the end of lvgs first season.


22.) 02 May 2017 14:51:30
LVG was just as close to getting is back. FA Cup and losing out on top 4 by goal difference. Terrible football tho.


 

 

05 Nov 2016 20:56:50
Have to say I feel that tomorrow will be a positive result for us and not before time.


1.) 06 Nov 2016 02:49:09
I know it is early in the season but a United loss Sunday puts a final top 4 spot in jeopardy.


2.) 06 Nov 2016 06:13:01
I feel Herrera will be big loss. Let's see.


3.) 06 Nov 2016 08:23:10
Could we have contested Herrera's red card, does anyone know? It was very very harsh for me, and he'll be a big loss.


4.) 06 Nov 2016 08:35:29
Brendan,

Was it not a second yellow and I don't believe you can contest yellow cards.


5.) 06 Nov 2016 09:24:33
That shouldn't be the case if it results in a red card and suspension though. Seems very unfair to me.


6.) 06 Nov 2016 09:50:08
I understand Rashford hasn't travelled.


7.) 06 Nov 2016 11:46:16
has pogba travelled.


8.) 06 Nov 2016 13:47:58
I understand Pogba was on the bus.


 

 

 

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15 Jun 2017 18:09:20
Where does it end though GDS? At some point we have to draw a line and refuse otherwise the 200million war chest will only end up buying 2 or 3 players instead of the rumoured 5 that we're after.

I get the impression Madrid are just being arsey because they can't get De Gea from us easily.


 

 

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22 May 2017 21:25:30
Probably waiting to see if we have champions league to offer.


 

 

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28 Dec 2016 18:31:45
No substance. No reports from anyone in particular just lazy journalism. It seems to me that someone is making an assumption due to how well Jones and Rojo are doing.


 

 

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29 Apr 2016 18:12:47
Then Ed Woodward needs to go aswell.


 

 

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22 Feb 2016 10:02:36
It appears to me that with all the noise from the media and the majority of the fans that if Mourinho isn't appointed then Woodward would absolutely have to make the right choice otherwise his head would be on the chopping board as well as any new coach. I also think it will cause a lot of ill feeling in the board room which will also have a detrimental effect on the club if this is not already the case.


 

 

 

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18 Jun 2017 21:17:19
None taken yellow. All good.


 

 

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18 Jun 2017 16:59:26
Maybe we should make the rest of society do that as well. Charity would be a thing of the past in no time. Or maybe just fine stupid comments.


 

 

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08 Jun 2017 21:54:22
All good in an ideal world but what will be, will be my friend. Like the rest of us, keep watching and hoping.

{Ed004's Note - With the prices being quoted for players I would propose to Atletico that we buy Griezmann in January and they could easily replace him with Lacazette and Costa in January. Sign a striker and we would have enough to get by until January. Sort out the defence and midfield this window. Rb, cb, lb, cdm, cm and striker}


 

 

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08 Jun 2017 09:23:13
Didn't Costa demand to leave for China half way through the season. I have to agree with Conte, I would get rid as soon as possible but on my terms not his.


 

 

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07 Jun 2017 19:38:57
Ha ha yeah just seen that. I obviously meant Belotti eagle eyes but good spot. Isn't Betolli a type of butter? Could be tricky for dodgy English defenders to get a grip of maybe we should look at him instead lol.