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12 May 2018 14:35:34
There are rumors that rui faria is leaving, Eds, other posters anyone hear anything about this?

common_sense moyes

1.) 12 May 2018 16:57:47
Posted something similar CSM. Very interesting news and potentially the shake up that Jose's back room staff needs. Apparently its not carrick taking the no. 2 role but that he will just be part of the back room staff. There was murmurs that Faria was linked to the Arsenal job but he does not seem to be on their shortlist. I think Jose needs someone to come in and bring some fresh ideas and a new approach to this team. Quite exciting if this is true.

2.) 12 May 2018 18:20:15
How about klopps number 2 if he is indeed leaving Liverpool.

3.) 12 May 2018 18:24:08
Official on the website (utd website)

{Ed004's Note - Rumours are that the U18 coach McKenna will become assistant manager}

4.) 12 May 2018 18:47:53
Its all official and all seems very amicable- he is ready for a new challenge as his own man somewhere.

I think one of the pundits hit it on the head a few weeks ago, Jose is in a time warp, what worked for him 10 years ago doesn't work now .

SAF always bought in new coaches, kept it fresh, I really hope a new man comes in not just a yes man bit someone with ideas who wants to play attacking, attractive football with wingers, attacking full backs who doesn't think a 1-0 lead at home with 20 mins to go is time to shut up shop.

5.) 12 May 2018 18:57:11
Ed004, I have watched U18 2/ 3 times, they are playing good football. I think he would be good appointment.

{Ed004's Note - That's very good to read. Hopefully that is the case next season. Hoping we push 10 yards further forward and play a more attacking style of football}

6.) 12 May 2018 19:31:18
McKenna would be a very good appointment Ed004, knows the club well, excellent job this season in the u18's, play very good football at times, supposedly did a good job at Spurs aswell. Hopefully we might see Gomes and Chong get some playing time next season (good enough=old enough lol)

{Ed004's Note - Id settle for more attacking football and more entertainment}

7.) 12 May 2018 19:57:18
Lets hope a stronger defence helps us play more attacking next season🤞🏻.

8.) 12 May 2018 22:15:06
McKenna according to rumours with Carrick as number 3.

9.) 12 May 2018 22:51:14
Do you think a different number 2 will have any input into changing Mourinhos style after all this time. Especially someone who he has not known for long, I am not sure i see mourinho taking tactical input from anyone let alone someone who relatively barely knows.

10.) 13 May 2018 08:42:11
Anyone know who's going to be number 4?

11.) 13 May 2018 11:11:40
MancMan. I heard Fellaini.

12.) 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.

13.) 15 May 2018 03:20:01
I for 1 am hopeful that Carrick grows into this job. By all accounts the players look up to him, respect him as a leader (as they should) . He understands this team, understands the players, understands and loves United. He has a lot of potential. We just need to see if he has the appetite and aptitude now. I really hope so.



11 Jan 2018 12:43:41
So redman, Glazers have granted you your wish. it seems we have contacted Arsenal for Sanchez - happy now?

common_sense moyes

1.) 11 Jan 2018 14:20:37
Has all the hallmarks of a Sanchez Snubs MUFC for MCFC headline for the papers.

Quickly followed by a load of think pieces/ columns about how this is another signal that man city are racing ahead of united in every conceivable area.

2.) 11 Jan 2018 14:24:48

Thought exactly the same mate, no excitement on this one from me unfortunately.

3.) 11 Jan 2018 14:49:53
I was wondering all the time. why we aren't in for him. than I said myself that may be he isn't get in well with Jose from Barcelona time. but if someone need him more than its us. he is deadly and very smart in final third. and works really hard for the team. I will take him on wings any day. anytime.
But even I guess he looks city bound.

4.) 11 Jan 2018 15:59:03
I'm sure I remember one of the Ed's saying he left Barcelona because of Messi.

5.) 11 Jan 2018 16:00:00
If it's agent spreading bs woody needs to do a briefing like he did when atletico ban news came before any agreement with city but if it is true I think we have a good chance of signing him, only thing city guarantee that we don't is a pl medal this season something we can clearly convince him to forego. We if actually go through with our rebuild well we should win a pl title in next 2 seasons and we would offer him guaranteed starting spot unlike city.

6.) 11 Jan 2018 16:48:21
I agree csm and he is the exact sort of player who should be wearing our number 7 shirt.

7.) 11 Jan 2018 16:48:59
I'm pretty sure when he went to Barcelona the papers were awash with either him or his dad being a United fan.

8.) 11 Jan 2018 17:12:40
I'm sure if we are showing an interest then there will be a level of reciprocal feeling from the player .

I'm not really sure why everyone is so certain he will end up at city.

If we got him it would be a great signing and likewise for city but I'm sure we are still an attractive proposition to any player.

9.) 11 Jan 2018 18:51:33
I think the funniest part of this story is a few papers adding liverpool to this saga imagine the options sanchez has, want a pl medal this season and lots of money pick city, want a chance at pl medal in future seasons and even more money pick utd, you want neither trophies nor money, well you know what is left on the table.

10.) 11 Jan 2018 20:46:58

It wasn’t actually Sanchez in particular, I was pointing out that we need to recruit at the top level, especially if our opposition are doing that. Sanchez is a top level player and if there is a deal for him then it could be good. We shall see if the manager thinks there is a fit in our team and more important if this is a real opportunity. We shall see.

11.) 12 Jan 2018 12:43:53
We have done that especially since Mou has signed up redman, matic, pogba, lukaku, failed attempt to get griezmann and there seems to be interest in signing dybala these are all top level talents we are trying to or have signed.



02 Jan 2018 10:29:06
Great performance yesterday, mourinho at last seems to have understood playing 3 in the middle is the way to go to get best out of pogba. But we need new fb's, lindelof isn't a fb and both young and Valencia are on the wrong side of 30, while shaw has a long way to go to be first choice.

A carrick replacement and may be Alex Sandro will get us a comfortable top 2-3 finish and hopefully a fa cup.

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24 Aug 2017 14:16:26
Zlatan has signed a 1 year contract with is, seems like he will be back much before expected.

common_sense moyes

1.) 24 Aug 2017 14:28:26
Cue the meltdown.

Good signing for me as long as he is happy to be a backup / rotation, and I love the Zlatan song, glad we have another year of it.

2.) 24 Aug 2017 14:37:23
I agree as long as he isn't starting every game it can only be good for the squad and will also help to keep lukaku on his toes.

3.) 24 Aug 2017 14:38:36
I agree GDS, as long as he is happy being 2nd choice behind Lukaku then we are fine.

Obviously having Rashford or Martial getting more time through the middle is good and beneficial for them but ultimately Jose doesn't play strikers like them as his number 9. It's always a target man so it's unlikely that even if we have good cup runs they would have got a huge amount of game time there. It took Zlatan to do his knee before either were played there with any consistency last season. Really hope to see them given a lot of game time on the left or right.

4.) 24 Aug 2017 15:43:56
Doubt anybody has a problem with him signing again. The problem will come when/ if reputation trumps performance.

Shrewd move and remember me and a few others getting slammed for suggesting this may well happen at the end of last season.

5.) 24 Aug 2017 16:09:32
Lol it's a good move as long as he does x y or z .
What if he doesn't do what you want tho?

If fit ibra starts we saw that last season.

6.) 24 Aug 2017 16:16:48
Poor move. Step backwards to our better style seen this year.

7.) 24 Aug 2017 16:36:12
Jred - I think it's fair to add caveats to saying it's a good move.

Good move so long as he is treated as an equal and judged solely on what he does on the pitch/ training ground, not what the media, agents, reputation and Zlatan's own ego demand.

If he is afforded preferential treatment then it's an awful move.

8.) 24 Aug 2017 16:48:56
Great move 😂😂😂😂😂.

9.) 24 Aug 2017 17:03:13
I just hope he is not our supposed 4 th signing. Or our other forwards don't fall out of favour to get zlatan in the team. But if scores goals like he did before his injury it can only be a good thing.

10.) 24 Aug 2017 17:06:26

Fully agree, and as we have just signed a 90m striker I imagine the striker we have signed on a free who has taken a pay cut will understand his role in the team has changed somewhat from last season.

I know stand has made his mind up but none of us know how he will play, all I do know is that lukaku can't play 65 games this season and if we hadn't won the first 2 games 4-0 nobody would be complaining as much.

11.) 24 Aug 2017 19:15:27
But we have won the first 2 games 4.0 and looked very good doing it.

12.) 24 Aug 2017 23:01:45
Gds I promise had we drew our first two games I would feel the same. I like Zlatan, I'll support him and sing his song, I just feel he is detrimental to the way we attack and would rather see Rashford or Martial down the middle when Lukaku isn't playing.

13.) 24 Aug 2017 23:37:01

I agree, that's my point, but we played West Ham and Swansea, I'm not getting carried away just yet but I know things are looking better.

Can't argue with your opinion stand, I respect it but don't fully agree with it as long as he isn't first choice. As a back up striker he will be fine. Imagine 2 years ago turning your nose up at our club signing zlatan ibrahimovic. The other players all seem to love him, what he does behind the scenes might not ever be quantified, but I am sure we can agree he has a positive effect.

14.) 25 Aug 2017 10:47:39
Good move. Our new number 10.

15.) 26 Aug 2017 03:01:45
Three at the back which he as already tried out and said wanted to play may suit use lukaku and ibra at top mykie behind pogba matic cm with 3 at back and shaw and toni wb would be class.



03 Aug 2017 16:24:38
Marca saying if mbappe is to arrive bale must leave, i really hope we are trying to get him.

common_sense moyes

1.) 03 Aug 2017 16:40:38
I would only want us to consider Bale if he was less than 50m. His injuries mean he would be far too much of a risk for more than that.

2.) 03 Aug 2017 17:32:36
Swansea want near about 50 million for Sigurdsson, you seriously believe we would get Bale at 50m in this inflated market?

3.) 03 Aug 2017 17:46:15
Shappy 50m 😂😂😂😂 he will sell for 80 to 90m i guess. i'd love him at united. Last season he only played 27 games he played over 40 for the previous 4 seasons so he is not a sick nite by any means. If we can sign him we should and he would be a great signing.

4.) 03 Aug 2017 17:55:58
One of the ed's has previously mentioned that there could be issues in his medicals.

5.) 03 Aug 2017 18:13:12
It would be a massive gamble given the fee they would want.

If his ankles are no longer made from weetabix I would take bale all day long.

6.) 03 Aug 2017 19:17:29
He's 28, and his game is based on pace. He has muscle and ankle issues. Even as a 21 year old in the EPL he used to have to wear strapping to stop him damaging his muscles. He has 2-3 years left at the top, how much of that he can stay fit for is the real question.

Bare in mind his wages will be in the region of 15m a year. On a four year deal that's another 60m in wages at least. Plus agents fees and the like the whole deal if we got him for 50m would likely cost us around 120-140m. For a player who will likely play 25-30 games a year at best over the next four years, while declining and many of those games he will be working himself back to fitness and form.

If we have to pay 90m then the cost of signing him will be closer to 200m. That's just madness for a player who's best days are behind him.

We got our fingers burned with Hargreaves. Let's not keep signing crocks. Especially ones for 90m.

7.) 03 Aug 2017 19:32:17
Again, costs are indifferent to me. I'm only really worried about signing a player that significantly helps us.

Undoubtedly on his day a pure world beater. But there have been many issues regarding his injuries and I believe one of the Eds have gone into more detail on that.

I just don't believe he will stay healthy.

8.) 03 Aug 2017 20:28:33
I'm with Shappy, it's a no from me. If he was as injury free as Ronaldo it would be a yes, but he isn't and would be a huge gamble at his age and with the way injuries have been going of late.

9.) 03 Aug 2017 20:54:01
For me I'd love Bale to sign. Like said before the previous three seasons he played 40 games + a season. Not to mention smashing goals in for fun. When he plays he's a game changer the likes we haven't got and I really don't see anyone else of that caliber who is available. Plus whether some of the fans want him or not he's the forward signing Woodwood has been dreaming since taking over. So I think if United think he's available Woodward will be off to Madrid to piggy back him back to OT so he doesn't go lame again falling off the plane.

10.) 04 Aug 2017 08:25:54

But according to reports (take them with truckloads of salt), Real want to part ways with Bale but Swansea know their future in PL is in the dark if Sigurdson leaves and want to thus hold onto him if possible so their values can't be compared. Also Siggy was fit for most of last season Bale not really and McGregor one said "you're only as good as yourthe last outing".

11.) 04 Aug 2017 09:52:39
Shappy I tend to agree with most of what you say especially regarding the injuries and his game being based around pace but surely a fit and in form Bale would transform us into major contenders for both domestic and European honours. I agree given the figures involved it would be a financial gamble for the Club but players of Bale's calibre don't come on the market that often and if we seriously want to get back competing at an elite level then it's a gamble worth taking in my opinion.

12.) 04 Aug 2017 10:22:58
Are people SERIOUSLY suggesting they wouldn't want to have Gareth Bale in our team because of prevous injuries and finance? Get a life.
He's one of the top 10 players in the world. In the time Perisic has played 152 games, Bale has played 150!

Bale will tear up every defence in the prem and will bring back the 'edge of the seat' excitement we've missed for years. If he can play in 30 games a season of our 60 then brilliant sign him up. JM will play him in the best 30 games.

As for the money, it's not like we can't afford him is it? If anything it'll attract more sponsorship and allow us to demand more money from existing sponsors on renewal.

Shappy you usually speak sense but bore off on this one you're wrong :)
Don't sign Bale, in what world would you not?

13.) 04 Aug 2017 12:11:35
Spot on shappy.

14.) 04 Aug 2017 12:46:00
Its a no from me as well. Wasn't there a report other day that he'd injured his Achilles?

15.) 04 Aug 2017 17:44:23
i can't see it happening this season but I don't see the harm with Bale in our team whether we sign him for £50m or £100m. if it was my own money it would be a different story. Jose continuously spoke about the influence Zlatan had on Rashford, Martial etc would Bale not be a similar influence to a player like Luke Shaw, Demetri Mitchell?

16.) 04 Aug 2017 23:04:22
Funny that angel you didn't say that the other week when i said what Dier will cost is relevant to todays market!

17.) 06 Aug 2017 13:06:31
Agree withs Shappy.

Ken check out the minutes in his last 2 seasons and 40 games is deceiving as he was being subbed in in many games with 15 to 20 minutes to go or subbed out in many that he was starting.

His game is suited for La Liga and Madrid more than the vigour of epl. Ronaldo and him hardly do any tracking back and are there to run in acres of space on the counter and the frankly the competition is La Liga outside the top 5 is quite poor and its mostly a question of how many goals the top teams can score.

He is very injury prone and will break down in the epl.




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11 Aug 2018 06:32:21
Ok game. Bailly, lindelof, shaw, pereira and ddg were brilliant. Fred looks like a better version of Herrera just needs time to settle, pogba was decent. Rashford was rubbish and Sanchez is just a grossly overpaid ji sung park.

common_sense moyes

1.) 11 Aug 2018 07:55:59
Agree with that assessment. Thought Sanchez was very poor but played some nice balls. Obviously he is a world class player though CSM and I expect him to have a very good season. We need to shift him to the right and use his ability to cross the ball. The biggest bonus for me was the togetherness of the team after shaw scored. Clearly he is a popular member of the squad and there is a good team spirit within the squad. Great to see Jose celebrating his goal today and praising him near the end and before the match. Me thinks that all this negativity from Jose has been a way to create a siege mentality, them against us. The players and manager are clearly on the same page and with a few tweaks and consistency and I think we will have a good season. Just need to go for the kill when we have gone a goal up as opposed to inviting pressure on ourselves. I love the look of the midfield combinations and they all compliment each other very well. Pogba is a die a big season and I can see him having a huge season. Great to see united back playing, even if the football is not always entertaining.

2.) 11 Aug 2018 08:57:13
Yeah I agree as well.

Got to wonder why Martial wasn't starting up top if Rashford was meant to be so unfit?

Agreed with Jose's press conference. From the looks of Martial's face when Pogba came off and how many times Jose kept bringing it back to wishing he could bring Martial on in the interview, makes me think he promised him a game and reneged - won't be going down well I'm sure.

One key thing. He kept saying the lads were not ready etc, but the majority had a full pre-season, we need to knock these International trips on the head and get back to focusing on pre-season being about getting ready, not handicapping it. Delighted for Shaw, Pereira played well, loved Fred's energy and passion, something we desperately lack (the football part will come) . Darmian is a waste of space, can't believe the regression in him since signing.

3.) 11 Aug 2018 09:23:47

Not often I agree with you but generally I did there. The owners are never going to stop raking money in from foreign trips, if there was a winter break I wouldn’t put it past them to organise a money spinning friendly.

I thought Lindelof had a very calm effective game and prefer the combo of Baily and him than Smalling and Jones.

People may not agree but I think the owners lack of support seemed to have fired Mourinho up a bit, I may be wrong but I sense a determination to show them. We shall see, what I saw of him last night was not third season syndrome.

Very pleased for Shaw who was so excited when interviewed post match.

We will know more when we play away but our right side looked cumbersome Darmian and Mata, but Fred looks a good addition.

4.) 11 Aug 2018 10:17:00
I think the owners have got it 100% right by sticking to there guns and looking to buy players that can be developed .
Best way to build a team.

5.) 11 Aug 2018 11:00:32
I agree jred. Gary Neville said the same. However, like many of us, we question who is making the footballing decisions upstairs.

And i also feel we did the right thing in not paying over odds. Rod off his own back ed Woodward but at least now it looks as though he will not pay over the odds especially for a player in their late 20s/ 30s.

6.) 11 Aug 2018 11:06:29
Maybe but I still think we lack on the right side.

7.) 11 Aug 2018 11:48:34
Jred - I agree with the logic but then why employ Jose when everybody knows that is not how he manages. A few bad results and we could find ourselves in the middle of a meltdown between Jose and the board.
It seems an odd decision to give Jose a new contract and then not support him in the transfer window when there had clearly been a discussion about what Jose's plans were.

8.) 11 Aug 2018 12:50:56
It doesn't mean he can't manage like that .
He will of had little say in transfers at both Madrid and inter .



02 Aug 2018 08:07:06
Ed002 I have at times given you grief for calling utd fans toxic, sadly you were very accurate in your description.

Behavior of many utd fans on Twitter and others forums I frequent has been nothing short of disgusting. I have seen people questioning whether martial is lying about his wife's / gf's condition to avoid a fine, expecting him to go back to us for the tour despite his situation because of what he is paid, even brining up his ex wife and such to abuse him and the worst was some person questioning why a 22 year old already has 2 kids which apparently proves he is not a normal person.

Some fans need to get a fecking grip, it's pre season it doesn't matter. Losing to Liverpool or winning against Madrid mean very little. And football or for that matter any job isn't more important than your family.

common_sense moyes

1.) 02 Aug 2018 09:41:02
Good post mate. The twitter meltdown with so called ‘united fans’ is quite frankly disgusting. The abuse that the manager and some players get is horrific. Too many people think that because they are behind a keyboard they can say what they please without the consequences. This is the only site where by and large everybody is respectful and argues their point with reason and without abuse. So thank you Eds for making this platform so brilliant.

{Ed001's Note - cheers Park.}

2.) 02 Aug 2018 09:44:30
I agree csm.
The Ed’s are feeding the info to the troops, and some are asking the same thing over &over. Then spit the dummy when the Ed’s get annoyed,
I think the Ed’s are more in the know than most, and due to legality prob withhold the really juicy stuff,
Their insight sometimes surprises me, ed02 in particular is a font of all knowledge,
Spare a thought for Ed’s, I’m assuming they do it for free, and the love of football at Utd, players returning to clubs after wc now, so hopefully, the club will move on targets and move players on, And the Ed’s will keep us informed.

3.) 02 Aug 2018 09:45:23
I deleted my Twitter account
I don't want to sound paranoid but I think people were following me.

4.) 02 Aug 2018 09:46:42
Very true and a bit sad.

5.) 02 Aug 2018 10:41:16
Csm. You hear it in the stands all the time.
You have given the manager and sanchez a huge amount of stick some of it quite personal. Useless, out dated, don't know what they are doing etc etc. So when martial who you to use one of your own phrases are a 'fanboy' of gets the same sort of stick you give the manager you get upset.
All supporters give players coaches boatd etc some stick. Get over it. Not everybody will like who you like and not everybody will follow your ethics.
But you or me are no better or no worse than most fans.
You give plenty of stick to the players or manager you don't believe in are others not allowed to do likewise?
People in glass houses shouldn't throw stones.
I have my views on players and coaches but don't presume and accept that not everybody will be in agreement.
Yes there are some that go too far but that's the world we live in. You along with everybody else on here goes hard on certain player or coaches so its a bit rich to take the higher moral ground when you do similar yourself.

6.) 02 Aug 2018 10:53:54
Ken, is there anything me on here you don’t lecture?

7.) 02 Aug 2018 11:46:44
The lad went to the birth of his kid.
And so called fans saw it as a chance to dish out abuse.

8.) 02 Aug 2018 12:16:43
Anthony you are prone to the odd moan like us all and very prone to dishing out lectures so let's not have double standards.
Its ok for you but not others is that the way you like it?
Everybody has their favourites and least favs and they are all entitled to share their views. But explain to me the difference between you slagging the manager off or a certain player and someone else doing that to martial. Ill say there is no diff so people should not take a holier than thou stance when they read something against somebody they are a fan boy of.
Look at some of csm's posts on jose or sanchez and you will see he gives just as bad as the the people he accuses of being toxic.
You are just the same nobody on here is special or Better than anybody else despite some obviously thinking they are.

9.) 02 Aug 2018 12:30:33
Ken, I’ll reply and then I’ll retreat. I have my favoutir s and I have some I don’t rate. I’ve reviewed my posts and I try to be varied and balanced, and iif at all possible humourous. However, I agree with some posters sometimes, I disagree with the same posters some times, it’s never about the poster, but the post. Often, I just don’t comment. You seem unable to let something pass without jumping in and lecturing them, often when it really isn’t necessary.

As you say, it’s alll about opinions.

10.) 02 Aug 2018 12:40:28
Ken criticizing any of our players for their football or in case of the manager for his general work and criticism towards a player because he stayed back with his family because of a medical emergency is very different.

11.) 02 Aug 2018 15:21:36
I agree CSM some are truly disgusting and I think the majority that try to do that on here get filtered and deleted so thanks again to all the eds that put in the effort to make this site what it is. Maybe all the real supporters could show their support for the sites too and click a few adds every time they visit :-)

12.) 02 Aug 2018 20:22:57
Ken, CSM mentioned the fact that these have taken it to personal levels with their criticism. That’s the difference, if they just thought martial was a bad player then they are obviously entitled to their opinion but it crosses the line when it becomes a personal attack. I think martial is an excellent player and Mourinho would be crazy to sell him, but I won’t bring up Mourinhos wife or family to disparage his character. That’s what these fans are doing to martial.



01 Aug 2018 18:18:25
Martial's Twitter post- Thank you all for your posts. My little Swan is fine, for the mom it was harder but thanks to God she's better now. Sorry but my family will always come first. Back tomorrow in Manchester.

This should put the whole fine and other nonsense to bed, for once i respect mourinho for his statements to the ABU media.

common_sense moyes

1.) 01 Aug 2018 18:44:03
Well said nothing more I. portant than family.

2.) 01 Aug 2018 19:00:56
Think that should calm thinga down a bit. I doubt it however.

3.) 01 Aug 2018 19:11:26
And that's only among some of the posters on here, DSG. The lynch-mob were out in force earlier.



02 Jul 2018 16:26:06
Is there as collectively dumb attack as the Mexicans seem to have. This isn't a hit the opponent contest idiots, pass the ball.

common_sense moyes

1.) 02 Jul 2018 17:52:05
Id say they wish they were as good as you CSM.

2.) 02 Jul 2018 18:32:24
Look a mourinho fanboy being snide for no reason, how original.

3.) 02 Jul 2018 21:23:41
Mourinho fanboy, that's a new one for you Ken, can I use that for future reference? 😂😂😂.

4.) 03 Jul 2018 04:07:04
Coming from someone who has Moyes in his name, that's just classic.

5.) 03 Jul 2018 06:00:21
😂😂 angel. you you know what they say about Empty vessels.



06 Jun 2018 17:59:12
Found this on the internet, how lovely would it be if history repeated itself.

The last time United signed a Portuguese and a Brazilian player in one window, it was on the back of a season where we lost the FA Cup Final 1-0 to Chelsea at Wembley and Liverpool reached and lost the Champions League final. The following season we won the Champions League and the Premier League.

common_sense moyes

1.) 06 Jun 2018 18:13:09
You just jinxed it.

2.) 06 Jun 2018 18:57:04
No way! that's a brill little history lesson. i really hope so.

3.) 06 Jun 2018 19:07:01
One of the lines/ quotes I like is "History repeats itself".
Let's see if this turns out true or not.

4.) 06 Jun 2018 20:42:25
Hope it comes true. I habe a feeling we will wint the league this year but i ger this feeling every year. Hahahah.

5.) 07 Jun 2018 09:21:43
Hope history doesn't repeat itself, last thing we need is for Fred and Dalot to be the new Anderson and Nani.

6.) 07 Jun 2018 09:28:22
Anderson when he first came was very good, gerrard was out played by him many a game and Nani was a lot better than any winger we have now.

7.) 07 Jun 2018 09:56:01
Who cares?
I would happily write off the two transfer fees in exchange for the treble!
We will need Fred to perform though to give us a chance of that though. Unless we sign Milinkovic Savic on top, then Fred might flop and we might still be better then last season.




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15 Aug 2018 13:12:27
Scholes he took the same side to 3 straight cl wins a feat not achieved by any team before him. Funny enough barring bale mourinho had the same players you mentioned, how many cl's did mourinho win with them?

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18 Jul 2018 05:54:51
I take it everyone is talking about pilib de brun, he is a bshitter, i would take anything he says with more than a pinch of salt, has little to no actual info, just look at his fellaini info, he is rarely correct and most of his views are basically conjecture.

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27 Jun 2018 18:21:48
Next season is going to be so great as we retain fellaini, sell martial and young and Valencia play 30-40 games each while OP and other mourinho Fanboys blame the above players for mourinho's failures and rubbish football.

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25 May 2018 16:01:14
Wallace not to burst your bubble buddy but delaney is fibber, he rarely has any actual real news, he is like the aggregator version of journalists who just takes other's stories and puts it out as own.

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25 May 2018 15:59:08
jred juventus want sandro to extend contract there is no indication he wants to do the same, iirc he wanted to leave last summer wasn't allowed to and he hasn't exactly been great last season, also juve ceo kept telling everybody pogba was not going to leave until he left, won't read much into what he says.

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04 Oct 2018 04:04:12
I really don't understand the whole player power mustn't win argument. Also you can blame glazers as much as you want Redman it isn't their fault that Mourinho failed.

Mourinho clearly doesn't have a clue what he is doing.

This summer he wanted a 70mn cb to replace the 70mn cb's he himself bought and doesn't trust over smalling or jones. A 100mn mf was targetted to replace a 89mn mf he doesn't have a clue how to use. He has already replaced his failed 30mn playmaker signing with a winger we are paying 500k and wanted another winger because he didn't think through the simple point that we needed a rw and he bought someone for the left.

His striker who is generally his most important part of his attack can't hold up the ball or get involved in building attacks both of which are basic requirements of his style of football.

Only reason Mourinho has failed is because he has failed to adapt to football currently played, being completely clueless about what he wants to do and his unbelievable ability of pissing of the very people his job depends on.

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29 Sep 2018 14:34:56
He alienates most of his players and the results suffer, a common theme under the especially challenged one in his last few jobs, why are people surprised?

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25 Sep 2018 18:38:37
An advice the manager would do well to remember Singh.

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09 Sep 2018 13:26:32
Our football or tactics have little to do with why sanchez is so bad, sanchez has played nearly 20 or so games for utd now, how many times has he beaten a man while dribbling or even out ran a fb when chasing a ball? we have bought the arsenal version of wayne rooney. He runs around a lot, doesn't have the greatest first touch and has lost the burst of pace that made him the player he was. Only difference is we paid the orignal one 300k, we pay this one 500k. With the added bonus of stunting the growth of our 2 young forwards and helping destablize our 100mn mf.

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13 Aug 2018 04:01:08
Ken mourinho and Deschamps expect different things from pogba, for France pogba isn't their go to guy in attack he is the support cast, it's griezmann and mbappe who are the main players there. At utd when ever we look stuck the ball goes to pogba, he is expected to create chances. If you want a player to defend more you need to take the responsibility of being the creative force from him, sadly the 500k ji sung park has miserably failed to do the job he was bought for.

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