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24 May 2024 22:19:56
Is there any truth in United being linked to Desire Doue?


1.) 25 May 2024 11:40:41
He's looks a hell of a talent, seems to be able to play everywhere, wide on either side, false 9/ second striker, No.10, No.8, I've even seen him play No.6. He has such a good understanding for a young player that he can play all these positions and not look like a square peg in a round hole. Ultimately I think he'll end up as one of these hybrid No.8/ No.10's that seem to becoming fat more popular in the modern game. Someone who can be the creative hub of the teams but still does their defensive work off the ball.

I'd be happy to see the club sign him, although I'm not sure he would be considered as a player in a priority position. Also like with João Neves, would the club really look to play two teenagers in two of the three midfield positions on a regular basis. While slightly less impactful having Doue as a Bruno replacement alongside Mainoo, rather than Neves as a Casemiro replacement deeper along Mainoo. I still don't see many managers who'd regularly have two teenagers start in the heart of their team.

2.) 25 May 2024 13:28:24
Looks like a Wengeresque signing.

3.) 25 May 2024 14:03:15
I'm not going to pretend I'd ever heard of him but looks a great prospect. The fact he can play on either side would be a huge plus, I like the fact we can mix it up with Garnacho in that regard whereas we feel completely stuck with Antony.

4.) 25 May 2024 20:48:26
He’s the spit of Greenwood. Fantastic talent.

5.) 26 May 2024 05:31:54
It would be nice if for once we actually get a player like him.



14 Apr 2024 11:02:24
Rumours that EtH has lost the dressing room - a recurring theme at United since SAF.

Is it the manager and tactics or the players or the whole club? One things for sure is that after spending a billion pounds we are a mid table team

I’d don’t trust my judgement with this lot.


1.) 14 Apr 2024 12:18:29
The dressing room is too big, has too many players, and has too many cliques.

It's impossible for any manager to keep a group of players this big and disjointed together and pushing in the same direction. While the going is good it works. But the moment things get tough this squad turns on itself and they eat eachother.

I don't think it's possible to have 36 first team players and to not have a group of them dislike or become disenchanted with the manager as simple there there too many players to get regular minutes. Meaning there is always a core group of players who don't play regularly and as such won't buy into the manager or his tactics.

They will be the first ones to turn on the manager when things get tough as they never really bought into him in the first place.

You then have those who are regulars in the first team but who have close friends or are in cliques with players who aren't. Players who maybe have fallen out with the manager.

For example is it a coincidence that Rashford's form went completely out the window around the same time that Sancho (a close friend) had a very public fallout with the manager?

It could be a coincidence or it could be linked.

The same happened when Jose turned on Shaw, the form of several of the players close to Shaw dropped.

These players who have torn loyalties between the manager and friends who don't like the manager will be the next to turn against him.

Then there are the ones who have no particular strong feelings either way, but they tend to go with the crowd as they have no reason to fight against it.

This tends to leave the manager with a few close loyalists, often the players they have brought with them or have worked with before.

But by this point it isn't enough to save them, they don't have enough players to put out a team that is truly playing for them.

2.) 14 Apr 2024 12:50:24
Rinse and repeat. Too many toxic players that have done this under multiple managers. Right now my biggest issue with talk of replacing ETH is that it could further delay moving these players on. We only have 4 or 5 players good enough to start for any team with aspirations of challenging for the league. We need 3+ new starter level players in and a whole boat load out.

3.) 14 Apr 2024 14:50:12
Also doesn’t help if the manager has no emotional intelligence and no people skills.

4.) 14 Apr 2024 15:08:20
Spot on utd Road. If I was a player I wouldn't trust him.
He is only 5 mins away from his next fall out.
Ignore tashfords non effort for 6 months a call out garnacho was dumb but to be expected from eth.
Its not even up for debate now he is on his way out no doubt about it.
Some players will go with him and that's a good thing.

5.) 14 Apr 2024 15:36:06
The dressing room lost us a long time ago. Ship turn all out and star again.

6.) 14 Apr 2024 18:58:37
You would think after 2 years at the club he should be able to remember where the dressing room is.

Perhaps this explains why he keeps picking Rashford. He keeps forgetting how bloody awful he was in the previous game.

7.) 14 Apr 2024 20:25:35
Rumours that [insert manager name] has lost the dressing room.

Of course he has, the only surprise is that it took almost two years.

8.) 14 Apr 2024 20:52:15
The Utd dressing room must be the most pathetic and tedious working environment on the planet. You can just picture the moaning and bitchiness.

9.) 15 Apr 2024 09:41:41
Lol wazza.

Apparently he has no personal skills or emotional intelligence. Jesus, lads on here really have no clue ?.

10.) 15 Apr 2024 14:04:32
Angel, it's hilarious. Rumours that he can be "difficult" to get along with surface and the a couple of weeks later some sections of the fanbase are suggesting we've hired Rain man to manage us ???.

11.) 15 Apr 2024 21:09:51
You'd have thought after no renovations in the ground, the dressing room would be in the same place it always is.

12.) 16 Apr 2024 00:34:23
Yeah I’ve totally misjudged EtH boys.

The players are so motivated they’d run through walls for Eric it’s plain to see. Not to mention how he’s got the best out of Ronaldo, Sancho, Maguire, Van der beek and Varane and increasing their market value.

You can’t argue that he doesn’t get the very best out of his footballers and never have I seen such fitness levels and resilience to injury before.

It must be so inspiring for the team to see how uses the media to show his unwavering defence of his players and takes total accountability for his decisions.

Give him £400m to rebuild this team in his image and new long term contract. There definitely aren’t any managers capable of surpassing these elite levels.

13.) 16 Apr 2024 10:14:43
What a ridiculous post Utd Road. ETH isn't without his flaws but its easy to make him the scapegoat over a decade of issues.

Ole openly came out and said bringing Ronaldo back to the club was a mistake. We overpaid for Sancho and he is known to have disciplinary problems, he's hardly set the Bundesliga alight since his loan. ETH actively tried to move Maguire and Van de Beek on in the summer, is it his fault there was no interest because we have amateurs negotiating.

A lot of keyboard football experts here with absolutely no substance to contribute.

14.) 16 Apr 2024 11:53:25
Good managers improve players and keep their jobs.
I can’t wait to see him lead us out in August.
As I said by every conceivable metric Eric is the best.



19 Mar 2024 19:27:14
Heard Alfie Doughty from Luton is being looked at for LB. Any one seen him play and have thoughts on him?


1.) 19 Mar 2024 20:11:58
Yep he’s been really good for Luton this season, a solid FPL pick too. He has really good delivery, and was probably their best player when we played them in February. I think he plays more as a wing back in Luton’s setup.

2.) 20 Mar 2024 02:11:01
I like both their eing backs. But it's very different in a back 4 so we're judging a player in 1 position but he'll be asked to play a different one. Both have good delivery.



23 Jun 2022 18:44:21
There’s little to no rumours of us signing a holding midfielder- which I would think is a priority.
Has anyone heard anything?
Thanks ??.


{Ed002's Note - I have previously explained where the interest is.}

1.) 23 Jun 2022 21:53:41
Fdj has been linked since the season ended. He will be our no6 if signed jacko.

2.) 23 Jun 2022 23:45:24
EtH said previously he is at his best playing in a 2 man 6 system. Said that when he introduced that De Jong took strides forward.



25 May 2022 22:11:44
Reading the posts - United interested in Torres snd Timber amongst other targets
Is it one signing or two?
Would that mean more sales than Bailly and Jones?
Will Tuanzebe be sold this window? He’s shown great promise as a kid but hasn’t really kicked on.


{Ed002's Note - Tuanzebe will leave as well.}

1.) 25 May 2022 23:30:24
Would not be surprised if it is both. Would allow for Bailly ane Lindelof to leave and generate funds. We could move to a back 3 or Timber has positional flexibility, we also don't know whether Verane can last a full season.

2.) 26 May 2022 05:21:58
For whatever reasons Tuanzebes chance has gone now. I think Bailly and Jones out is almost certain and there must be a huge question mark over Lindelof- If a bid came in from an Italian or Spanish club where its less physical I can see Lindelof going- never been strong enough, fans are lukewarm about him he just doesn't seem to fit at United.

3.) 26 May 2022 08:02:24
I think it would be easy to get carried away with these fantasies of selling half the squad. We'll need at least 4-5 players capable of playing CB against top teams so imagine we'll be stuck with Lindelof/ Maguire/ Varane for the coming season at least.

4.) 26 May 2022 08:16:58
I doubt EtH will sell Lindelof, he's actually pretty well suited to his style of play. Good passing range, mobile and capable of defending in the wide areas.

5.) 26 May 2022 09:06:39
And still no rumours of Maguire leaving……despite the price tag I think he’s the weakest one out of him, Lindelof and Bailly.

6.) 26 May 2022 09:35:48
Lindelof is targetted by every robust striker in the PL he is as weak as a kitten-if ETH doesn't see that then the defensive problems will continue.

7.) 26 May 2022 09:46:24
Bailly, Lindelof and Maguire aren't good enough in my opinion but the best thing a player can be is available. Bailly simply never is, his injuries have been an issue since his first season and he should be first out of the door in my opinion.

On our CB's, I'm really wanting to see Mengi given a chance at some pointas he looks like he could be a good player. It's all well and good having these promising young players, however, if they never get the chance or we send them to a club that has been picked out of a hat on loan they will stall. We've seen it with plenty of players in the past few years, Fosu Mensah, Henderson, Gomes, Tuanzebe, Dalot etc. Not saying all or even any of them would have become world beaters but their treatment when they were clearly too good for u23's hasn't been great at United and we've seen too many not live up to what they possibly could have been due to it.

8.) 26 May 2022 12:59:08
RJ have to agree. Fosu Mensah was the big one I think. Tuanzebe been very unlucky with injuries at the wrong time. If memory serves right he picked on up as he was about to start v liverpool a couple of years ago and he really looked like breaking into the team.

9.) 26 May 2022 20:07:05
Tuanzebe had it all, strong, quick, good on the ball, and was a real leader at youth level.

He showed real promise in his games for United. Played with a maturity beyond his years.

Unfortunately he got injured at bad moments meaning he missed chances and his development stalled because of that.

It's a shame but he needs to move on for the sake of his career now, although it might have to be a drop down to the championship to prove himself before he might be able to make his way up to the EPL.




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21 May 2024 20:46:11
It’s interesting that Poch is now available, as is De Zerbi - I assume no compensation to be paid?
If we do change manager - would you see these as an upgrade on EtH?
Or would you keep our manager and give him a go in the new structure?


1.) 21 May 2024 21:43:49
Keep ten hag and let this structure work with him.

2.) 21 May 2024 22:23:23
Keep ETH and let another club be the centre of manager speculation for a bit.

It's honestly been so boring having the same thing reported all season.

3.) 21 May 2024 22:23:48
Poch is an interesting angle. I like him as a coach very much.

4.) 21 May 2024 22:40:32
I can't think of 1 compelling reason to keep eth.

5.) 22 May 2024 03:07:52
Because he is better than you make out Tumble.

6.) 22 May 2024 03:37:22
May be better than Tumble thinks but perhaps still not up to the task. Surely we will find out either way early next week?

7.) 22 May 2024 04:15:08
Keep ten hag, see the process through. Start the squad clean out, no time to waste. I like ten hag. I like that some of these players don't like him, they should feel unsettled, get them out. If training is too hard, they are not fit enough, get them out. We will not get back to the top without cracking a few eggs, get on board, or find another life boat.

8.) 22 May 2024 04:52:46
Poch would be a huge step up over Ten Haag.

9.) 22 May 2024 06:34:11
Not sure on DeZerbi after this season. Are those saying keep ETH the same who shouted standards were not high enough, when we finished higher under other managers? Is 8th good enough now? The lowest point in decades?

Poch is someone who I believe is better than ETH and actually the key for me is that he fits the new structure better. Are there better managers than Poch, possibly but for where we are Poch looks a good fit.

10.) 22 May 2024 07:53:01
Keep ETH.

11.) 22 May 2024 08:02:40
Those saying keep ETH understand this season has been like no other in the last 10 years. No other previous manager had to contend with the level of injuries, having one striker and a partial takeover.

Everyone is entitled to their own opinion and don't need to justify themselves.

Some want him in, some want him out, why can't we leave it at that.

12.) 22 May 2024 08:18:45
There is absolutely no evidence of that after 2 years.
I thought he was better than he has proven to be.
He has done a worse job than I thought he ever could jimbob.
I never thought for 1 moment that he would break nearly every bad record that we had in the epl.
I never thought he would lead us to our worst ever cl and epl performance.
So I'm quite sure he has done a lot worse than I ever expected or that I ever thought possible.

13.) 22 May 2024 08:50:12
Just think, in half a week we'll know either way and we can stop recycling the same nonsense lol.

14.) 22 May 2024 09:08:36
Is it as simple as win the cup and stay, lose against city and he's out do you think?

15.) 22 May 2024 09:10:39
Kurtis don’t be so naive.

Van gaal had a similar if not worse crisis and he was hounded out of the club. Go look at some of his line ups, I remember Sunderland away. Donald love at right back and countless others filling in.

Consistently excuses are made for ten hag. When the majority of his failings have been based on the structure of the team. The tactics employed leaving the midfield wide open. It’s been an absolute joke to watch and we’ve been a laughing stock. 36 games it took to make a tactical change.

16.) 22 May 2024 09:40:30
I don't know that it's a case of win and stay, lose and sack. Maybe it is that simple but it's unfair for any side to be expected to beat probably the best if not one of the top 3 club sides in the world to keep your job. I'd like to think SJR and co will be looking partly at the game as a whole but also the much broader picture. I'm not pretending I enjoy watching us, there are glimpses but on the whole I don't think Utd have been great to watch since Fergie's penultimate year, even in his last year it was bad. I want to see what he can do without the injuries and a few astute additions to the starting XI. Admittedly injuries could surface next season but you'd have to be extraordinarily unlucky to be hit again like this season.
I only hope we're not losing after about 20 seconds like last year when all the hype and hope was smothered before I'd even plonked myself down on the sofa!

17.) 22 May 2024 10:32:30
Caolan, it's an interesting point re: van Gaal suffering a parallel injury crisis. I did a bit of rooting around and found a page from sat 30th Jan, 2016. A nice blast from the past and not surprising to see Luke Shaw on that list too. 'Only' 8 injuries though, and that was classed as a crisis.

"Louis van Gaal has pointed the finger at Manchester United's mounting injury list as the cause for their struggles this season.

The under-pressure Dutchman has seen his team fall 10 points behind Premier League leaders Leicester City and out of the top four after recording only two wins in their last 10 league games.

United have suffered an injury crisis during that period with eight first-team players - Luke Shaw, Matteo Darmian, Ashley Young, Marcos Rojo, Phil Jones, Michael Carrick, Antonio Valencia and Bastian Schweinsteiger all missing games.

Van Gaal's relationship with frustrated United fans has grown increasingly strained in recent weeks.

He was booed off the pitch at Old Trafford after last week's loss to Southampton but he insists the team's injury woe is making his job difficult. "

18.) 22 May 2024 13:17:44
15/ 16 season we lost 1485 days through injury this year we lost 1501
Little or no diff caolan.

19.) 22 May 2024 14:58:09
Thank you Ken, I was struggling to find a good comparison of LVG vs ETH.

20.) 22 May 2024 17:51:17
Constant excuses atm Ken.

The last two games I can understand the argument for injuries as in the set up personel could improve. Not the previous games this season pre arsenal. We could sign anyone in the world and that tactical system wouldn’t work.

21.) 22 May 2024 20:39:50
You're all welcome to your opinions. You will if course be right or wrong, as will I, or anyone else who dares to type.
All I will say is that Poch, De Zerbi, Southgate, Tuchel etc etc etc, in my opinion are no step up from what we have.

I can provide no guarantees, however, I can see that change is afoot, wholesale change. With that change will come an uptick in our entire club. It will take time, SJR has advised, the fans will need to be patient.

Can we be patient as a group, of course not. There will be emotions running high, day after day. Some people have set out their stalls, in or out, and we will stick by them. I have my reasons for EtH staying, others have reasons for a change. No one is wrong.

22.) 22 May 2024 21:48:15
Keep ten hag? He’s stubborn as hell and won’t change when changes clearly need to be frigging made. He’s wasted a full season with the same stubborn game plan getting outplayed every week and you’re saying keep him? Is this a joke or what?

23.) 22 May 2024 23:05:38
I was firmly in the keep Ten Hag for one more season and give him a chance, but the performances over the last fee months have been so bad that you have to wonder if he has lost the dressing room.



14 May 2024 22:07:46
I read somewhere that Sesko was at the United v Arsenal game as a guest of united - do we think we would go for another inexperienced striker?

And do we see him as a step up from Hojland or cover for him?
I personally think we need a proven goal scorer and then players who will pass to him.


1.) 14 May 2024 22:41:04
Sesko was not at the game his agent was.

2.) 14 May 2024 22:50:31
No he wasn't Jacko, it was his agent, I would however be very pleased to see Sesko at O. T. he is a player of great skill and promise.

Do not think he is a step up from Hojlund more a case of competition. Whatever the case until players start putting the ball in the box more it does not matter who we have.

Have to say I really noticed it on Sunday against Arsenal, the number of times both Garnacho and Amad (who I thought was good and deserves more game time) were in good position to get the ball in the box and just played back and sideways. I found myself shouting at TV in annoyance. You won't score every time getting the ball in the box but you will NEVER score keeping it out wide. If I was annoyed god knows how Rasmus feels, I am quite sure he would score if he gets any kind of service.

3.) 14 May 2024 23:13:49
Rasmus made good runs into the channels as well, just to be ignored by the whole team. It really is ridiculous.

4.) 15 May 2024 01:32:36
Every time it happens I keep thinking of the golf analogy that 100% of short puts never go in! got to get it there to have a chance.

5.) 15 May 2024 05:13:23
Would be very happy with Sesko. Still raw, but has improved a lot this season and has a fairly high ceiling. Price will be key though. If we can get him for £40m-£60m, I’d see that as pretty good business in the current market. If not, we’d be better off spending the money on somebody who’s a bit more polished and reinforcing elsewhere.

6.) 15 May 2024 06:54:32
The latest leak is that team mates don’t pass to Hojlund because of his inability to finish.

The article cited a number of public spats with Rashford.

If I was Hojlund I’d be tearing into my team mates on the pitch for not picking out his runs. This is what I want to see from him. Less air guitar, more demanding the ball.

7.) 15 May 2024 09:13:23
Wazza surely you don't believe that load of bullocks from Luckhurst. He's been known to make up stuff about Utd and banned by the club because of it.

8.) 15 May 2024 10:56:21
I like Sesko and aside from being another young raw striker his profile is quite different to Hojlund, so it would be nice to mix it up with a different option.
But I don't see it, his value has rocketed since the £20m we turned him down for two years ago.
I'd like to see a player who fits in between the raw upcoming talent and the finished article who demands to start every week. Not a superstar, but a shrewd more experienced player good enough for Hojlund to learn from.

9.) 15 May 2024 11:40:40
No Unruly I generally don't read the nonsense in newspapers. That article just caught my attention and I found it to be an interesting claim. What caught my attention the most was the mention of a rift with Rashford, who has famously struggled to get on with other team mates but is best pals with Sancho. It furthered my theory that Rashford might be at the centre of dressing room cliques.

10.) 15 May 2024 12:05:47
That rubbish about players not giving the ball to Rasmus is utter nonsense, totally made up bollox.

As a more direct rebuttal of that nonsense, is the fact that Rasmus Hodjlund has the second best conversion rate of goals to chances in the premier league, he is only behind Haaland who has a conversion rate of 23%, while Rasmus has a conversion rate of 22%. Clearly Rasmus has had far fewer opportunities.

Here's a radical idea, give him the ball much, much more. I am quite sure he would be a 20+ league goals scorer.

On the subject of Sesko, don't know if true, but I have seen a number of reports saying he is available for 50m euros. If true, that makes him even more of an appealing target.

{Ed002's Note - Benjamin Sesko (S/F) RBL could be offered a quick profit. His agent has not stopped offering the player around since his move to RBL. Described by a well known ex-Premier League player and high-end scout as "raw but improving". Was on the list for Spurs as a potential Kane replacement but their interest has likely gone. Newcastle enquired as they are concerned they will lose Isak - but continue to struggle to sell their project to players. Chelsea spoke with his agent but have a preferred option who looks likely to join. Milan offer an option as a potential Giroud replacement and they are looking at adding two strikers this coming summer. Arsenal have met with his agent but he appears to only be second choice for them. A wildcard may be Manchester United who need to replace Anthony Martial this summer - but Sesko will not move to simply be cover.}

11.) 15 May 2024 13:59:33
Thanks for info Ed02, is that 50m euros figure in the right ball park?

{Ed002's Note - No.}

12.) 15 May 2024 14:37:36
Thanks Ed.



06 May 2024 22:26:12
Could EtH have picked a better team from those available? Could he have done anything tactical for that team to play better?
It’s a bloody mess but surely it all can’t be down to just the manager?
An eleven year low point - and no chance of top 7 now….


1.) 07 May 2024 07:44:41
Not often I would agree with Jamie Carragher but we appear to be one of the worst coached teams in the league. The first goal was a picture of how not to set up, how not to get behind the ball. How have we had so many training injuries? When we were getting training injuries and at a key point of the season our CB in tatters ETH doesn’t take care of them and we get more injuries. Accountability doesn’t go away.



06 Apr 2024 22:35:13
I just watched the film United again on Netflix/ with a cheeky beer and cried all the way through it. I wish the current team cared as much about the club has my grandad, dad, I and my son do, I’d like to see some pride against the scousers tomorrow and I’d like that spirit back
I’m soft and sentimental but always a red


1.) 07 Apr 2024 08:46:49
never seen it is it new or been there for a while. they have city's last season treble on atm and good to watch, hard to stomach.

2.) 07 Apr 2024 12:01:07
Been on for a while, Ahmad. Does a very good job of capturing the essence of our club. Make sure you have a pack of Kleenex at hand, though.

3.) 08 Apr 2024 01:15:40
I love United Noucamp, but not enough to require Kleenex.



04 Apr 2024 23:19:37
Asking the Eds - who do you see as manager next season and how many new signings? I know it’s theoretical but I’m interested in your opinion.


{Ed077's Note - Potter and 6 new signings. That's just my opinion, not any inside info. }

1.) 05 Apr 2024 08:24:08
Tend to agree Ed whether we like it or not. Potter is Ashworth’s man, they know how to work successfully together, and can build a squad suited to that style. Last night has to be the final nail in the coffin for ten Hag.

{Ed077's Note - didn't OGC Nice try to bring Potter in as manager last summer? So Ineos do seem to rate him.}

2.) 05 Apr 2024 09:46:41
We just have to wait and see.
I'm not fussed at all in who comes in.
There are a couple I'd rather it not be but I really don't care because even the ones I don't like that much are upgrades on eth imo.
It will be an interesting summer that's for sure.
Sad when the off season provides more interest than the on season.

3.) 05 Apr 2024 10:11:57
I thought Southgate was still the preferred candidate if it came to it. Welcome the Rashy love-in.

4.) 05 Apr 2024 17:46:17
Thanks Ed for replying

I’m hoping SJR is more impatient on signings and we get more - maybe a new team ?.

{Ed077's Note - youre welcome Jacko.

You can't try to do too much too soon, its going to take some time. Plus you have to remember money isn't infinite.}




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11 Jan 2016 23:55:59
As there are no comments from any of the Eds so far - I'm thinking that there are no legs in this.
Would he partner Schneiderlin or be competition for that place? would this mean that Felliani is OK for transfer?




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31 Dec 2015 14:31:19
Ed002 - I love your responses - they simply answer the question asked - ha! Which CB's do you think are of interest to United at the moment?

Thanks in advance of any response.


{Ed002's Note - I have answered this already.}



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21 Aug 2015 19:53:26
I don't know about Evans being included in a deal for Stones but I'd take a straight swap for a shiny pebble right now based upon last few seasons




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If true this continues Woodwards strategy of bidding less than is required to purchase the player as done all the way through the window

If they are trying to do that so that they can say they have tried - that won't pacify the fans

And why wait to the end of the window before randomly bidding for him? Doesn't sound right to me but I would take anyone right now over TC23.





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28 Apr 2024 09:44:32
Could he be meeting him for sales?

I’m sure he represents some of our players too.




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05 Apr 2024 17:46:17
Thanks Ed for replying

I’m hoping SJR is more impatient on signings and we get more - maybe a new team ?.


{Ed077's Note - youre welcome Jacko.

You can't try to do too much too soon, its going to take some time. Plus you have to remember money isn't infinite.}



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15 Mar 2024 18:37:06
I’ve got a good feeling that we will win at weekend- even though it’s against form




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15 Aug 2022 21:01:06
Ed001 you mentioned EtH sticking with Maguire - I also think that DDG adds to the whole team being nervous too. The cost of replacing them both would be significant - are the club looking to replace and sell?


{Ed001's Note - not that I am aware of no.}



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20 Apr 2019 19:25:01
I think people are being harsh on Ashley Young - never United quality but at least he tries.