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25 Jul 2018 22:56:45
Anyone else seen the apparent quote from maguire Saying he's confident of joining united. Paper quotes tho so highly doubtful but still a rumour.


1.) 25 Jul 2018 23:49:55
Let's hope not, imagine seeing a team sheet and we've got smalling Jones and Maguire in a back 3. I'd stay well clear of Maguire, I'm hoping were still pushing to get an alderweireld deal sorted with spurs as ed002 has said. i'd be happy at the moment with a left back and a center back and we can look at right wing in January.

{Ed004's Note - I really hope we do not sign Maguire. I reckon it'll be a massive waste of money and in a year's time we will be talking about his replacement like Lindelof this year}

2.) 26 Jul 2018 00:06:07
Agreed ed, everyone talks about how good he is moving forward but what's the point in that if he can't defend. or he's wandered so far out of position he's not there to defend? We've already got a left winger who is constantly tracking towards the ball rather than excerting any energy making runs behind that everyone seems to want to keep, we don't need anymore players who are tactically unaware of the position they play in!

3.) 26 Jul 2018 05:47:51
It's on the cards.

4.) 26 Jul 2018 08:50:05
Varane and Giminez aren't available, Alderweireld is. For me them three are the only three we should be looking at. Varane I even have concerns about due to his injury record.

If we can't get any of them three then stick with what we have and give Tuanzebe a shot. As to be honest everyone else is much of a muchness and none a significant step up when you consider the cost. Bailly has been very good for us, Lindelof showed during the world cup and in the last ten games of last season that he can be very good. Jones when fit has been solid. Rojo and Smalling have their faults but do a job. And I'll say it again, I think Tuanzebe will be a superstar and I think he is ready to start playing games for the first team.

Any centre back we sign this summer is going to cost 50m+. So we if we sign one they have to be one of the absolute best or none at all.

5.) 26 Jul 2018 09:41:25
Agree shappy but would add thatwe go for someone who can give us service for a few seasons so no 29/ 30 + year olds.

6.) 26 Jul 2018 10:28:15
We’ve got a left winger who keeps tracking back towards the ball because our play is so ponderous he hardly ever gets balls played in behind at pace that he can run onto .

And instead of us playing. a high press, we drop off and he ends up playing left back so that when he does get the ball he’s 70 yards from goal .

As for Maguire, we don’t need another Jones / Smallimg especially for the money quoted.

7.) 26 Jul 2018 11:21:59
Cookyman, I would sign Alderweireld if any. But yes, I would avoid signing anyone over the age of 27/ 28 if it was me. The vast majority of players we sign over the age of 28 them to struggle with adapting. Sure there have been a few successes, Sheringham and Matic spring to mind. However, the majority of our successful transfers have been younger players who could grow into the club and they have tended to adapt easier.

Centre back is one area though I would be fine with signing a 29 year old who already had many years of EPL experience under their belt.

As I have said many time I have high hopes for Tuanzebe, so signing someone who won't block his path for more than a couple of years would be fine as long as he has a good loan to an EPL team this season.

8.) 26 Jul 2018 10:23:48
Ed, does this mean that Lindelof has been written off, completely?

{Ed004's Note - I wouldn't say written off. I just think it's very unlikely he will impress enough to become first choice cb at the club}

9.) 26 Jul 2018 11:30:45
our play is ponderous because only 2 players put the effort in to make runs without the ball (mata and lingard) . martial needs to make the runs if the players are making the pass or not if he makes the runs and they don't play the passes its not his fault but if he stands on the lefts back, strikers, or attacking midfielders toes all game then it is. stay wide and run in behind its why liverpool looked so good last year all 3 of their attacking players were all over the place keeping width and getting in behind on or off the ball if a ball is played or not. this is the desire and passion everyone craves so much its not just shown by making tackles or fouls its about running yourself into the ground for the cause even if you don't get the reward.

10.) 26 Jul 2018 12:01:27
I take your point Shappy but I think McGuire has come in for some undue criticism to be honest.

It remains to be seen if he's a viable target but I think he'd be a solid addition to our team. From what I've seen he's big, strong, very good in the air and good with the ball. He maybe lacks a yard of pace and I've heard people criticise his positioning at times but that's something that can be worked on and will prove with experience. I think he's better than what we've got (maybe Bailly apart) . He's got good pedigree and actually played in the FA youth Cup final against us with the likes of Pogba and Lingard. He's continued to improve at both Hull then Leicester and maybe he deserves a chance to play at a higher level. Sometimes we get seduced by more exotic names but I think he's a good solid player, at the right age that will continue to improve.

I think Lindelof was signed for the right reasons but I just think he lacks the physicality for the Prem League. If Jose isn't going to play him then maybe now is the time to cash in. He's had a good World Cup and I'm sure we'd get our money back at least. I'd definitely cash in on Rojo. He's perpetually injured and apart from a 15-20 game spell where he looked half decent playing next to Jones he's been pretty unspectacular to say the least. I think both Smalling and Jones are solid squad players and have served the club well. I fully agree about Tuanzebe but I'm not sure he's ready just yet.

In relation to the Martial saga just let the boy move on. It's obvious he isn't going to flourish under Mourinho and I see little point in keeping a player that is unhappy and isn't going to help the team. He may develop into a very good player but at the moment he's just not quite there and has shown little interest in fighting for his place. His next move will be crucial and if he's hankering for a move to the likes of Real or Bayern I'm certain he'll find himself in exactly the same position.

Maybe some kind of swap deal with Spurs for Son Heung-Min would interest all parties. He works tirelessly, he can play in any position across the top three including striker and scores goals.

Utd need to start getting creative if we want to see some transfer activity this summer.

11.) 26 Jul 2018 13:18:01
Tuanzebe really doesn't look ready yet for me, lot's of potential though.

12.) 26 Jul 2018 13:09:31
I would be happy to stick with Bailly and lindloff and the back and go for other positions.

13.) 26 Jul 2018 12:45:15
DLIB, I have nothing against the less exotic named or seemingly less spectacular signings. In fact in my experience they are often the ones that work out best.

However, I don't rate Maguire all that highly, and certainly not enough to spend 50-65m on him. He is a solid mid to upper half of the table player. He is strong and he has a big head. However, his positioning and reading of the game is terrible and for someone so big and strong his headed clearances often don't clear the danger area.

Leicester have been a far poorer side defensively with Maguire than they were in their title winning season.

Maguire could work in a three man back line, but we would be left wide open if we played him in a traditional back four.

Also for someone who is touted as a ball playing centre back last season for Leicester he averaged 46 passes a game with a success rate of only 78%. Smalling who is slated for his passing ability averaged 40 passes with a 87% success rate. Admittedly the reason for those stats are Smalling passes tend to be safer passes while Maguire attempts the more ambitious passes. Yet what is the point if you give the ball away more more often than not when you attempt those passes.

I don't see the fuss, if he was French, German, Spanish, Brazilian or Argentine not only would be not get the hype he is currently getting, but he would never get close to an international cap, let alone be the cornerstone of a nation teams world cup bid.

Smalling and Jones received the same hype before we signed them, however, I feel they were better players than Maguire is when we signed them.

If we have to sign an English centre back this summer I would much rather we signed Alfie Mawson, maybe not as big a lump for the high balls to hit, but ten times the defender Maguire is.

14.) 26 Jul 2018 16:25:54
Shappy - The exotic name thing wasn't aimed at you pal. In hindsight I should have omitted that. I just think Maguire is universally underrated on here but by no means am I saying he's the finished article. I think he'd be a decent signing but I understand your reservations and take your point about him maybe not being a major upgrade on we've already got. Anyway this site would be a boring place if we all had the same opinion.

15.) 26 Jul 2018 19:36:00
Why would Spurs swap one of their best players in Son for an inconsistent player like Martial. Makes no sense.

16.) 26 Jul 2018 22:45:23
Personally I think maguire looks a decent player. Big strong. Young at 25. Delivered on the big stage.
Yh he's come from nowhere but who had ever heard of vidic or Bailey? Cbs grow with experience a lot like gks. If he's being rated by some of the top scouts and coaches in the world then surely he's worth a look?

17.) 26 Jul 2018 22:49:22
I love how a lot of people are writing him off yet he played almost every game for England and we got to the semi finals. Is he a flash big name no is he a very good defender yes. Is Tuanzebe or TFM ready nope. I’d get rid of jones to get Maguire.

18.) 27 Jul 2018 08:19:10
He played almost every game for England at the world cup. England did badly at the world cup they played tunisia, Panama, Sweden, and a James Rodriguez less columbia. When we came up against any half decent side we were convincingly beaten I don't get why people think we did well? We bottled it. As for Maguire being a very good defender no he's not he's not bad but he's certainly not very good he leaves his defensive line way to often and has to make last ditch covering tackles which for some reason he gets credit for rather than being told he was in the wrong position to start. Finally tfm played a full season last year for palace, Leroy sane said he was the most difficult player he came up against why isn't he ready?



16 Jul 2018 21:44:14
! The ever so trusting don balon suggests united will go for mbappe with a cash plus pogba deal.


Roll on 4 weeks time.




16 Jul 2018 17:56:24
Hi ed. I know you have just done a sharkpod and remember reading about madrids interest in Mata on another page.

Are they still interested in taking him this summer?

Love mata he gives his all and is such a professional



{Ed002's Note - No.}

1.) 16 Jul 2018 18:09:45




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10 Oct 2018 12:08:58
off the topic if jose.

do any of the eds know if we are planning renewing any of the contracts of the players that have a year left to go.



{Ed002's Note - The club will look to renew De Gea's contract without doubt, Shaw and Mata as well I would think. There will be options on others but the club cannot use them to profiteer - but if the club is to bring players in then they need players to leave so the likes of Jones and Smalling should head that list. But everything now will revolve around the mess the club finds itself in. Mr Mourinho wants changes made in January and for that to happen space needs to be made. But the witch hunt continues from one newspaper with the support of the toxics.}

1.) 10 Oct 2018 13:14:01
Let jose sort it out ed002 in my opinion. Sure he has not helped himself on many levels but i'd rather stick with him through this transition.

{Ed002's Note - I would agree but the issue remains of support being provided by the club for what would be a significant financial outlay.}

2.) 10 Oct 2018 13:47:58
Ken i would agree with you about sticking with the manager and letting him make these long term decisions but is that really sensible when considering mourinhos unstable situation.

3.) 10 Oct 2018 17:17:14
Tough question Dsg.
Its quite obvious to me and has been for some time that moving on some players from our squad is a complete necessity.
We have 6 to 8 players in our squad tying up wages that make no contribution and they need to be moved so that we can reinvest that money in players that can perform at a higher level.

4.) 10 Oct 2018 17:34:49
Thanks for info ed.

5.) 11 Oct 2018 06:32:19
Ed002, what about Herrera, Valencia and Young? Will they be let go?

{Ed002's Note - I have no interest in contracts.}



27 Jul 2018 01:39:14
So the quotes from luke Shaw I have to say are exactly the type of things i would want to hear as a manager

The guy wants to fight and earn his place.

I keep hoping he's going to live up to his potential. I feel sorry on the lad.

The shaw of 3 or 4 years ago was a breath of fresh air.


1.) 27 Jul 2018 06:30:15
Says the same every pre-season. By November he won’t have the stamina or Motivation and he’ll be gone.

Think I said it elsewhere, if he wasn’t English he’d be top of our wish list to be moved on. Fine to keep as back but we need a proper left back.

2.) 27 Jul 2018 07:57:24
Shaw looks terrified of doing something wrong. Don't think we will see the Shaw that we want to see under JM's jurisdiction.

3.) 27 Jul 2018 07:57:58
Apparently he has a body like Rooney.
If he meant at his age I'd be laughing all day. However if he is referring to Root in the recent past I have to say that I don't find that even mildly reassuring.
I actually like Shaw, but his comparison, like his alleged dietary habits do not do him any favours. I really hope that he will fulfil his potential, but he really can't be given many more chances.

4.) 27 Jul 2018 07:58:37
In the interview is says he has never been out of shape so to me it is exactly what we don’t want to hear. If he’s always been fit then he’s just dreadful because he hasn’t been good for 2 years, and if he can’t accepf that his fitness has been bad then there’s little hope for him.

He’s apparently fit now and been working on his fitness all summer yet he was the worst player on the pitch against Milan.

5.) 27 Jul 2018 08:14:08
Bolger, as much as i don't want to depress anyone. Shaw has played a handful of good games for United. We've had him 4 years and he's been an utter disaster and of course unlucky with his terrible injury. His defending is useless, his ball control is non existent.
So just because he's come out and said he wants to stay and earn a contract means nothing. In fact, in my book, it is a disgusting attitude as he's basically saying that I've been taking the piss for the last 2 years, but now my contract renewal is near, I'll try harder.
Bottom line, he's not a great roll model and not a good defender.

6.) 27 Jul 2018 08:50:35
I think some of our fans are guilty of falling for the media/ manager spin with Shaw. He hasn't helped himself for sure, but when he played last season he looked very good on the whole (had a couple of lethargic games but name me a player that doesn't for Utd), much more rope is given to other players that are 'rusty', everyone expects Shaw to come in and be match fit, yet that is a different thing to being fit. You could run all the marathons you want, but playing football competitively is a different animal to that type of fitness. The manager would play him, then drop him for several games having been one of our better performers, certainly nowhere near the worst.

For those of you slating his performances, have a look back at the games he actually did play - he offered a hell of a lot more than Young does, granted he lapses and could be trimmer - but I lose count how many games most of our team looked like shadows of the players they can be - seems to be a different rule for Shaw just because the manager doesn't seem to like or rate him. We all know how this manager has the team playing, but that is conveniently forgotten when it comes to laying into Shaw (an attacking full back remember) he is not a disciplined robot, why do we want that all of a sudden?

All we know for sure is what we see on the pitch, when he is actually picked he has done pretty well and given a run of games would improve a lot further for me. Too easy to lay into him, don't see the same of Bailly, who I think is being treated in a similar manner by Jose - playing well then dropped for weeks, then a bit rusty and dropped for weeks - yet Bailly is loved and Shaw is ridiculed, a guy that had a horrific break a little while ago and clearly needs games and support to get back to the player he was before that dreadful injury.

7.) 27 Jul 2018 09:10:32
Top post Beast.

8.) 27 Jul 2018 10:43:00
Sorry Beast, which player was he before his injury? He was here a year before his injury and was fat/ unfit the whole year. He was poor. Then played 10 games for united and he became a world beater? You say Jose isn't getting the best out of him, then how many could? Hasn't every manager questioned his attitude?

Its time to cut our losses and let him go. I have no doubts that he has the talents but he can go and excel at a club which has no ambitions and can carry a talented passenger who has more to his game than running quickly.

9.) 27 Jul 2018 10:59:21
The lad has played 43 times in 4 years. You can hardly say he has been given a fair crack of the whip.

Year 1, he was a teenager who moved away from home and made a massive step up. It was clearly a settling in year. He was steady when he played but not spectacular. LvG called into question his work ethic. Over the summer at the end of his first season he took a fitness trainer on holiday with him and came back looking fit.

Year 2, he started the season on fire, he was our best player up until he got injured. That injury 25 years ago would have ended his career. It was a massive set back and is the kind of injury that takes time to not just physically get over it but mentally too. No one could question Alan Smith's mentality, yet it took him several years to mentally get over a similarly bad injury.

Year 3, the manager who signed him had been sacked. The guy who replaced that manager was the guy Shaw turned down to sign for us. Was Jose bitter? Who knows. Either way, Shaw needed games and support to make his come back. What he got was little to no game time and repeated public slamming from the manager. His life style and his mentality brought into question.
Year 4, Jose gave Shaw 8 starts last season, with a further 3 sub appearances. He actually managed 5 games in a row for the first time since his first season (3 years) . By the 4th and 5th games of that run he was a solid candidate for man of the match in both games. He was then unceremoniously dropped and questioned again by the manager.

We are now about to enter his 5th year with the club. There was one picture during the summer that didn't look flattering, then two weeks later one that made him look in much better shape. According to the club he top scored in all the fitness tests in pre-season. So can his fitness really be brought into question.

Luke Shaw has clearly not helped himself, and several managers have tried to get a reaction out of him. People need to remember he was 17 when he started playing regularly at the highest level. I don't know about you guys but I was a bit of an asshole at 17, and my head was firmly up my own arse. He will grow up at some point and he may have already. Is it fair to keep judging a guy on comments made about him as a child now he is a man?

He has fought back from serious injury, he has lived with massive expectation, and he has had to cope with a manager who not only doesn't trust him, but appears to either not like him or have some vendetta against him.

If Shaw moved to Spurs at the start of last season I can garentee most people would now be claiming Jose made a mistake in letting him go. The lad would also have likely been England's LB at the world cup.

He showed last season that when played consistently he puts in consistently good performances. However, Jose won't let him do that as he would prove Jose wrong.

{Ed004's Note - Very good post Snappy. A comment in his interview, that in my opinion, is not getting enough media coverage is the fact that Jose messaged him to praise him for his work commitment during the summer and stated he has a few flaws that can be worked on..

I'm still very unsure on whether he has the commitment, mentality or technical ability to make it here. It just seems like it's going to be an annual debate about whether he is fit or not and I'm not sure he has the right mentality for a club of this size. Although, I suppose this can change as he matures. Additionally, his performances have worried me in preseason. He seems a very competent passer but so far his defensive positioning, his ability to beat an opponent and his attacking runs have been poor on tour. In the 4 years he's been here I can't recall many good crosses he's put into the box either. Lastly, does anyone else think he's lost that burst of pace that he had pre-injury}

10.) 27 Jul 2018 11:33:35
United Addict - was about to answer, saw Shappy's post and needn't bother. Elaborated excellently on the point I made.

Hope that answers your questions and you can get behind the player. Or at least judge him equivalent to others, not based purely on our toxic manager and ignoring the obvious poor treatment (which compounds his own issues rather than improves them) .

11.) 27 Jul 2018 11:49:36
All the attributes to be a very good player, bit of backing from the manager and he will prove the haters wrong.

12.) 27 Jul 2018 13:21:21
He's in last chance saloon and the sooner he goes the better. Nothing to do with Jose. He just lacks the attitude to succeed.

13.) 27 Jul 2018 13:47:52
I would love him to be good, he just hasn't been.

Strange how one of the only things I am negative about Beast is the exact opposite.

14.) 27 Jul 2018 13:37:40
Couldn't agree more beast.

15.) 27 Jul 2018 15:18:07
Absolutely Beast and Shappy. I would love to be proven wrong by the player. I have been waiting for 4 years. I am sure he will excel and i am also sure that it will not be at Manchester United. Like Ed says, he has been a passenger. He hasn't been good even when he has been fit. If Luke Shaw would have been Non-English, he would not get this support that he is getting from you right now. You can question the circumstances at the club but there have been others who have stayed and excelled under the same regimes. So its down to the player to show what he is made of. I am yet to see that from Shaw.

And just one more point Beast, please do not call the manager of our beloved club a Toxic. That term is reserved for the fans. Like, you know. Will leave it at that, why name and shame?

16.) 27 Jul 2018 17:19:59
Absolutely agreed gds. Would love him to be good but just hasn't been at all.

I'm just not sure how many more chances he can be given and how many more managers that he needs to back him.

17.) 27 Jul 2018 17:56:52
He's been at the club 4 years with the number of solid to good games he had you could count in two hands. He was "fit" all last season and yet had a 33yo converted winger ahead of him. I'm far from Jose's biggest fan but I can't imagine he would hold Shaw back from playing because he might not have signed for him back in 2014. Pretty crazy claim Shappy. Time for the club to move on and put him down as an expensive mistake.

18.) 27 Jul 2018 23:38:21
Yeah, because José seems the type of fella that wouldn't hold a football grudge.



23 Jul 2018 12:19:04
We are now in a massive crisis,
2 pre season draws in a row,
Jose needs to go,
We need 11 new players,

Come on guys do u not think your over reacting it's pre season. it's all about getting the fitness in.


1.) 23 Jul 2018 12:37:45
I don't really care about the results at all, i care about the performance, the way the team is set out to play and so far i haven't seen an intent to dominate possession and attack, is like the midfielders and forwards don't train together or don't train a system to attack. If i wanted to see this kind of insipid footy i would just go see my hood team and even then i think i would come out more satisfied. One of the best teams in the world? Please! One of the best brands in the world? Yes that we still are.

2.) 23 Jul 2018 12:43:42

And most of the 1st team aren't there yet! So yes, everybody is overreacting, it's funny though.

3.) 23 Jul 2018 12:49:47
My post about cancelling my MUTV subscription was tongue in cheek, mate. Though it was still awful to watch.

4.) 23 Jul 2018 12:58:19
I hope no one is making that reaction off of two pre season games.

But if they are making it off of joses comments and general demeanour as well as his history of falling out with key players and things unravelling quite quickly in his third season at a club.

They have every right to be pessimistic about the upcoming season.

5.) 23 Jul 2018 13:47:47
My early post after last nights game, can be considered an over reaction. But my point was, my change of mind on Jose. It wasn't the result, but the total lack of anything creative in 90 mins against a poor team. I think Jose's depressing moaning demeanour is infecting the whole club. Nobody looks like they are happy, and it shows in the performance.

6.) 23 Jul 2018 14:54:03
@DGS I'm not making a reaction out of 2 preseason games but 2 seasons and 2 preseason games, things are not going to change. We'll talk more after this season. One thing i still don't understand is how the heck did mou manage Real Mardrid?

7.) 23 Jul 2018 14:58:34
Inhope, totally agree. No one expected us to play lije Brazil yesterday. What we did expect and have been waiting for a few years niw, is for the team to play to an attacking formation with a small amount of cohesion between the team and a slight amount of attacking intent.
Is that too much to ask Bolger and GDS?

8.) 23 Jul 2018 15:44:18
I wouldn't expect much more when the season starts.
Young. smalling, Jones, Valencia with baily and lindelof bought in for an odd game.
So we can expect to sit to midfielders in front of them and it will start all over again, same old negative fottball.

9.) 23 Jul 2018 17:57:50
You want a team that never played before together littered with players that have never even trained together to show cohesion. Mmmm not sure that's altogether a reasonable expectation.



14 Jun 2018 09:17:41
Well the fixtures are out. start from spurs we don't really have a game where you think we might not win that untill October.

If we're setting out to win the title we have to be ruthless this season.


1.) 14 Jun 2018 09:27:20
Haha this is the same every year, you have no idea how any of the teams will start, Burnley away looks a tricky game to me, on paper it looks a fairly good start but it never works out like that, let's take each game as it comes and hope we are in a good position.

2.) 14 Jun 2018 09:30:12
Apart from moyes season we had relatively easy starts to each premier league season and in the last 3 we have started pretty well but by christmas we seem to find a way to implode.

Sanchez will obviously be key, got no world cup to worry about so should be fit and firing to lead our attack.

3.) 14 Jun 2018 09:33:08
*after his horrendous performances last season as well.

4.) 14 Jun 2018 11:07:30
we just can't afford a slow start, given how last season went, the title was over before December.

obviously i don't know how each team will be but there teams we should be taking maximum points of to be considered as a title challenger.

to many times last season we dropped points against the teams we should be beating.



04 Jun 2018 16:01:39
not united related .................


1.) 04 Jun 2018 16:21:12
eds, not sure why my post cuts off, was it me or does it come through like that when it should be posted on another one of your sites.

{Ed002's Note - It is absolutely nothing to do with MU.}

2.) 04 Jun 2018 16:32:52




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28 Sep 2018 11:31:08
FZZ - blame has to come from all parties. but they need to all sort they crap out because it will end in disaster.




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28 Sep 2018 10:41:30
any player causing a revolt or disrespecting the manager regardless of the opinions we have on Jose needs to be gone.

not a chance should anyone be bigger than the manager.




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27 Sep 2018 13:33:33
In this situation pogba should be sold.

If he was more arsed about what he does on the pitch rather than what his followers are liking he would a world class player.

He will forever be a player talked about for having the potential but didn't do anything with it.

It's a shame and fergie was right all them years ago.




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25 Sep 2018 13:08:49
we are at the point where top 4 is achievable and nothing more

especially playing this absolute shambles of football.

we may beat the likes of young boys and teams the lower end of the table but when it comes to playing the better teams we will struggle.

i am dreading playing liverpool and city playing the way we are.




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09 Aug 2018 11:42:25
apparently has a 20 million euro buyout clause.

would be a top signing.

do the job for 2 years.

would add leadership and experience at the back.





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13 Oct 2018 13:57:04
He might be one of the best managers but his football is still boring to watch and is negative.


{Ed002's Note - Well you get up there with your toxic brothers and make sure the message is heard.}



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12 Oct 2018 16:53:42

It's not ibras fault they didn't get games if they wern't so inconsistent they would have played more.




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10 Oct 2018 17:34:49
Thanks for info ed.




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06 Oct 2018 21:29:10
I don't think the glaziers are that bad.

Other than the debt on the club they stay clear of football duties. They don't order the manager to sign a particular player. they leave him to get on with his job.




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06 Oct 2018 20:19:29
Jose has been at fault for most things but that first half the players were a disgrace.

The defending was a joke.

Players giving half hearted performances need dropping.