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15 Sep 2020 01:29:02
Also why would you want to sell the best defender last year in Serie A (if that’s true) when we look at the 6 other options we have.

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16 Jul 2020 01:42:18
I think Phil Jones liked it 8 times but sadly got injured doing so.

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19 Jan 2020 15:45:04
Ed002 - actually don’t know whether Sporting are unrealistic but it looks like there are not too many other clubs in it for them to really benefit. They are well within their rights not to sell for anything less than they value him but so are United with Pogba.

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19 Jan 2020 13:59:05
Ed002 - Do you agree the Bruno clearly wants to leave? My understanding from my journalist friends is that he is. If so, I remember your point of view that if a player wants to leave (Pogba) then the club should be realistic in their expectations of the selling price. Surely, sporting can demand what they like and United fo that too for Pogba. Hopefully sense prevails but that is not a given whatsoever.

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14 Dec 2019 13:17:52
What makes Man Utd fans anymore toxic or anymore influential than other clubs? If the decision was taken based on what someone believed what the fans wanted, it is still the question of the quality of the decision and not the fans, surely!

OGS - he clearly isn’t the best coach in the world but looks to be doing a job that a big manager won’t do. Hopefully he gets a couple of years and is then judged on the complete reboot.

Everyone here on the website, including the Ed’s (including the godly Ed002) still suffers from past biases and not knowing what they don’t know. It’s super easy to critique a decision ofcourse when you really have no skin in the game.

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31 Aug 2020 22:38:52
Out of 10 matches against the top 6 opposition, United got 18 points. Only second time to Liverpool by I think 4 or 5 points and 5 more than City. Also goes to show that from the 28 matches against ‘lower’ opposition, we got 28 less points than Liverpool. Clearly, that’s making a difference that signing Donny and keeping Pogba is supposed to solve for.

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27 Aug 2020 02:26:06
Wouldn’t it be nice if we actually analyzed United’s balance sheet before commenting that debt is a real issue? Any smartly runs business tries to understand what is the cost of equity vs. the cost of debt. Many, many times, it’s cheaper to have debt and service it (also saves tax) than raise money via equity . something which United did (and ironically the reason Glazers could do a takeover)

I am no glazers or woodword fan. I am a United fan. I would love to see them spend money that the club clearly has (again, it’s actually all in the open esp since they have listed) . Debt is not an issue.

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07 Aug 2020 22:05:01
Just because ‘something’ needs to change or because someone’s personal opinion is that footballers earn too much are probably not reasons that are enough to introduce salary caps. Football club is a business in this regard and a rules like FFP have the ideology in making sure that the business can run and reduce the risk or bankruptcy. Capping salaries - an expense - without any relation to the topline of the business is likely to have many unintended consequences. It’s not just morally questionable, it’s also that logically. How exactly will capping salaries distribute wealth more? What’s taken out of a club or bad investments made by a club will remain. Most likely, the transfer fees will go up as affordability increases to maintain a player.

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30 Sep 2019 21:02:07
CSM - How old is Rashford?

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26 Jul 2019 22:53:50
Are you saying that in order to stick to your guns about the valuation you put on your own player (Lukaku), the club should pay whatever is the valuation is that the selling club has (Maguire)?
It may be just me that I wouldn’t recommend you to be a part of a negotiation team.

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