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09 Mar 2020 18:32:48
Chong signs.

RedWhiskey

1.) 09 Mar 2020 19:46:48
Think he's a real talent, good he has signed but maybe a loan next year would be good for him. A season at another prem team or even the championship would be great. If united get sancho etc can't see him playing a lot of games.


2.) 09 Mar 2020 22:28:39
Strange that it's only until 2022 tho. Glad he has signed a deal.


3.) 10 Mar 2020 07:41:14
Option for 3rd year, I guess he has two years to prove himself.


4.) 10 Mar 2020 08:19:25
I think from his perspective he won't want to be tied down to a long term deal if he isn't getting the game time he needs to develop.

While for United losing a player on a free, especially a young talented one doesn't look good.

The club does have a one year option on the deal. I would imagine he will be loaned out next year then his situation will be assessed. After a year on loan does he look ready to challenge in the first team or not.


5.) 10 Mar 2020 08:57:11
think your right shappy, that seems like the best option for everyone.


 

 

30 Oct 2019 17:10:20
Lautaro Martinez being touted as a potential signing for us. Not seen a hell of a lot of him but from what I have seen I think he could very well be a good option for us.

RedWhiskey

{Ed002's Note - A fantasy wonderland.}


1.) 31 Oct 2019 12:13:02
Fair enough Ed. Thanks for the reply.


 

 

07 Aug 2019 13:45:11
Gianluigi Longari who broke news that Koscielny would join Bordeaux 2 months ago is claiming Fenandes deal is done. Also reports he's meeting with the president of sporting to discuss his future. Probably bull but i'm trying to be optimistic here.

RedWhiskey

1.) 07 Aug 2019 14:02:55
Not happening mate, our transfer dealings are done. We will see a lot of Pereira in that midfield. Also we will see the rise of Angel Gomes this season.


2.) 07 Aug 2019 14:37:42
I'm not sure I get it, if he is a done deal why would he meet the president of sporting to discuss his future.


3.) 07 Aug 2019 15:00:37
We need midfielders, if we don't sign anyone until the deadline and sell Lukaku and others after that, than if I were Ole I would go, this is a joke, nobody deserves to work like this. And we know who's to blame (not only Ed. ) Stil hope we sign one or maybe two ;)


4.) 07 Aug 2019 15:12:05
Ziko:
Patience my friend, club is still trying to close the Sneider deal!
Messi bound to take a little longer than that one.


5.) 07 Aug 2019 15:12:23
27 hours until total meltdown on this site.


6.) 07 Aug 2019 15:17:10
I have no hope we will address any further signings. I expected 5, we have 2 I'm happy with, whilst James is just potential. still waiting on the club signing a rw, but I'm guessing we'll get another lw next window.


7.) 07 Aug 2019 15:18:21
If he comes then great, if not then we will cope. Let’s give Angel Gomes a chance. Some of his touches last night were brilliant.


8.) 07 Aug 2019 15:18:58
DW20, I'm expecting triple signing - Snejder, Gaitan and Perisic. We are playing 4231 so we have a good "3" on our hands!


9.) 07 Aug 2019 15:30:53
Anyone else on here wishing we go for Zaha?

Martial, Rashford and Zaha would be electrifying on the counter, then Pogba could almost have a free role with McTom/ Matic/ Fred/ Andreas sitting behind him.


10.) 07 Aug 2019 15:44:58
Can't believe we've only signed 3 players and spent a measly £145 million. Next thing you know we'll be giving youth players a chance. We have ruined the good name of Moneychester United.


11.) 07 Aug 2019 15:51:25
"If I was Ole I would go". Another great quote lads, keep them coming. Genius.


12.) 07 Aug 2019 16:04:45
Ed002 has described united as hopping between targets like a headless chicken. hardly a team wanting to give 'youth players a chance'. Do you honestly think kids are playing 30+ games this season?


13.) 07 Aug 2019 16:08:18
Ole's going nowhere of his own accord, he was blessed to get the gig in the first place and i'm sure he knows it. The only place he'd be going to if he left United is back to Norway.


14.) 07 Aug 2019 16:16:28
Hmm kids let's see, well assuming you mean acadamy kids, we have rashford, tuanzebe, mctominey, greenwood and potentially gomes. In a season with Europa league, they're going to get a fair few games I would think. My condolences for the sad loss of the further 2 signings you expected this transfer window. Stay strong brother!


15.) 07 Aug 2019 16:27:19
GDS your sarcasm albeit bloody hell fantastic does not change the fact that we haven't had the transfer window that was required. We were playing catch-up already and we have lagged. Next window, we will be required to get the remaining players required in addition to what may be required then. For instance Matic going, Pogba leaving and what not.

People care of the club in different ways. I am sure you are the happy go lucky one who sees everything as perfect but if someone is saying that they aren't happy with this window then so be it. We have only added AWB, when we already had Dalot, and Maguire. What about RW, which is one position we haven't been able to fill since god knows when. CMx2. Still the Pogba conundrum looms. We don't know about Lukaku. Rojo, Darmian?

So in essence this has been an underwhelming window so far. We may still change that in the next 24 hours but i am not holding my breath given that we don't even know who we want.


16.) 07 Aug 2019 16:43:18
I don't class mctominay and rashford as 'kids' anymore. Nor lingard either for that matter. I suppose mctominay is still inexperienced but he will play games as Matic's career is concluding rapidly.

You are probably right though. Fred and Matic are our last two big Mr signings.


17.) 07 Aug 2019 16:51:07
We are doomed, doomed I say.
Really just listen to youselves.


18.) 07 Aug 2019 17:13:19
It's like being on the Titanic DW20! And Lukaku just took the last lifeboat to Belgium.

{Ed047's Note - the size of him he’d probably sink that too.


19.) 07 Aug 2019 17:22:12
GDS2, are you the clown around here? If Ole doesn't have the backing of the board on transfers, at a time they are most needed at United, why he would want to stay?


20.) 07 Aug 2019 17:28:52
Ed047 the icebergs would be scrambling to get out of his way. they would probably be faster than him anyway mind!

{Ed047's Note - 🤣🤣


21.) 07 Aug 2019 18:04:08
Why would he leave? "o you didn't get an extra player or two I wanted so I'm going to quit one of the biggest jobs in football and go back to obscurity? "


22.) 07 Aug 2019 18:16:15
Looking forward to the window being over so the spoilt brats leave us alone for 9 months to enjoy the season. Football isn’t all about transfers, it’s about the games, and I can’t wait to get to OT on Sunday.


23.) 07 Aug 2019 18:41:32
UA,

I’m not happy with the window mate, I’ve made that clear in a few posts, disappointed to say the least that we haven’t got a midfielder signed as I think it was important. But some of the hyperbole and reactions are hilarious you have to admit. You’d think we are going to get relegated with the team we have, we’ve spent more than any other domestic club this window and we have improved, transfers aren’t as easy as people love to make out.

There are also a huge amount of positives that some people are just totally ignoring instead of giving balanced views.


24.) 07 Aug 2019 18:30:24
I'm not moaning about the transfers, because I'm 90% satisfied with the window so far, you said it yourself GDS2, we need a midfielder, I still hope we do get one. I'm saying if we don't get a midfielder it will reflect on Ole, one way or another. Of course transfers aren't as easy as on Football manager. But I think for a club like United it shouldn't be that hard to find a good midfielder, even if we're not at the top or have CL football. There are plenty of options.


25.) 07 Aug 2019 19:47:45
Agree with CM out there, who are the quality We need like Bruno.


 

 

18 Jul 2019 18:03:44
Question for 002 if you have the time, do you expect a transfer for Bruno Fernandes to happen? Seemingly gone quiet.

RedWhiskey

{Ed002's Note - If the club offer a suffient deal. Then yes.}


1.) 18 Jul 2019 18:27:12
ED02 - have we actually made an offer for Fernandes yet and if do you know how far apart we are in valuations of the player.

Many thanks.

{Ed002's Note - I am not interested in trying to give blow-by-blow updates.}


2.) 18 Jul 2019 18:53:34
OK no problem ED02. Thanks for your input as always. Are you still travelling and if so when do you think you will have time for a Sharkopod and which team will be first up?

{Ed002's Note - I will be flying to England for a few days only late tomorrow - then away again. Liverpool will be first and Everton second.}


3.) 18 Jul 2019 21:30:02
Ok cool. Thanks ed. i will listen to them first then. Safe travels.


4.) 19 Jul 2019 21:52:49
I would be amazed if Fernandes comes - everytime i read about it a bid is about to be made. Has went on too long. My money would be on Matuidi with a deal for Pogba to go back to Juve in a years time.


 

 

03 Jun 2019 19:02:56
Would anyone take a punt on Andre Gomes? he's been steady for everton, could do a lot worse than him as a squad player and at the quoted figures, i think itd be a good signing.

RedWhiskey

1.) 03 Jun 2019 19:38:29
He'd probably get in the team mate. I rate him and have been impressed whenever I've watched him play.


2.) 03 Jun 2019 20:10:33
Was about to say this, at 25 year old and with Barcelona wanting around 25-30mil could be a low risk gamble.

For me better than McTomminay and Pereira for starters and as Herrera has gone, could be a win win.


3.) 03 Jun 2019 20:43:41
Wilbot the problem is, when do we take low risk gambles at this club? We prefer a high risk gamble.


4.) 03 Jun 2019 20:51:25
I would redwhiskey. Think he’s a very good player, glides when he’s on the ball and has lovely technique. I do think he could be a bit more mobile though. For the £25m-30m price I would take a punt for sure. Don’t have enough midfielders with quality on the ball.


5.) 03 Jun 2019 20:58:47
Agreed park, he'd be an apt replacement in the squad for Herrera, doesn't break the bank.


6.) 03 Jun 2019 22:23:53
Add more average players to an already average squad? No thanks.


7.) 03 Jun 2019 22:48:04
to right eric not good enough for Barcelona and not realy shone for everton.


8.) 03 Jun 2019 22:58:58
Eric we don't even have average. We buy superstars and look what it gets us. Nowhere.


9.) 04 Jun 2019 06:40:32
If we can get Rabiot on a than this is an upgrade on Ander leaving. Personally I’d take Strootman on loan too if his fitness worries are behind him.


10.) 04 Jun 2019 09:20:31
Eric79, you don't want average and then your next post wants strootman 😂. Andre gomes would be a much better option then that crock.


11.) 04 Jun 2019 11:00:13
Gomes is totally the wrong type of player we need to supplement the mids. In fact, not sure what he brings. He was average in a very average Everton side. Speaks volumes West Ham and Everton are after him, and Barcelona want rid. This is not the type of player we should be looking at.


12.) 04 Jun 2019 12:22:38
i wouldn't take a "punt" on anyone.


13.) 04 Jun 2019 14:23:41
yet you want strootman who has done nothing at marseille.


14.) 04 Jun 2019 14:44:18
A good player, but we need a few great ones. If we had world class players and needed good cover then he might have been a good option. But then he wants to leave Barcelona as he doesn't want to be a back up player. So its a no from me.


 

 

 

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29 Mar 2020 11:13:12
Something to get everyone involved and hopefully lift spirits and little and create some healthy debate. It is all hypothetical of course.

You are the manager. You are given 200 million this summer, on top of this you are able to sell 4 players to add to the 200million.
Ighalo has already signed a permanent deal.

What do you do?

First order of business for me is selling.
Pogba I'd stick 80 on his head and be done with him.
Next up sanchez and I would take 15million and run to the hills.
Then I would sell Lingard for 15million
And finally I would sell whoever we can out of Jones/ Rojo either at 10million.

So that gives me 320million to buy.
#1 on I guarantee most lists - Sancho at let's say 100million.
#2 Saul in to replace Pogba - let's say 100million also.
#3 Zakaria in - 60 million
#4 Grealish - 60million

I don't feel defence needs any immediate fixing. I expect Henderson will be loaned out again. Shame as I'd prefer to DDG. But DDG also deserves a bit of loyalty after his many heroics.

DDG/ Romero

AWB/ Dalot Bailly/ Lindelof Maguire/ Tuanzebe Shaw/ Williams

Zakaria/ Mctominay Fred/ Matic

Sancho/ Greenwood Fernandes/ Grealish Rashford/ James

Martial/ Ighalo.

RedWhiskey

1.) 29 Mar 2020 13:02:56
I don't think anyone is buying Sanchez for 15m with 1 year left on his contract.

At best, he will sit on the bench until his contract runs out, or we'll buy out his contract and make him a free agent.

I think the transfer prices may take a serious hit which no one can tell. I honestly can't see football happening this year.


2.) 29 Mar 2020 18:20:59
Fair point Rohana.


3.) 29 Mar 2020 23:00:35
Buy -
Upacemano - 50m
Sancho - 110m
Zakaria - 50m
Dembele - 60m (Let ighalo go his wages are crazy for the player he is, and he would cost a transfer fee) .

Purchases - 270m

Sell -
Lingard - 15m
Sanchez - Loan
Rojo - 10m
Smalling -20m
Jones - 10m
Tuanzbe - 15m

Sales - 70m

Net spend : 200m

GK - De gea/ Romero (Henderson loan one more year)
Rb - Wan Bissaka/ Dalot
CB - Baily/ Upacemano
CB - Maguire/ Lindelof
LB - Shaw/ William's

CDM - Zakaria / Matic
CM - Fernandes/ Fred
CM - Mctominay/ Pogba (would want to see how he finishes the season with Bruno otherwise sell and bring in Grealish)

LW - Martial/ James
ST - Rashford/ Dembele
RW - Sancho / Greenwood.


 

 

17 Mar 2020 21:45:50
Some strange reason, I got to thinking which past United striker I'd have most liked to have seen play with Fernandes behind them. Couldn't think past Berbatov! His movement would have been great for fernandes.

RedWhiskey

1.) 17 Mar 2020 21:52:52
Ah Berbatov. What a wonderful player. I so enjoyed watching him play. Don't think we ever got the best out of him tho.


2.) 18 Mar 2020 01:25:45
Would it be greedy to say ruud central, ronaldo right, rooney left? Maybe Giggs and Beckham either side of him.

As long as we left Vidic and Rio at the back we'd be good 😜.


3.) 18 Mar 2020 02:23:18
I think ruud!


4.) 18 Mar 2020 07:10:37
RvP for me, just thinking about the little chipped balls from Bruno to RvP.


5.) 18 Mar 2020 09:15:13
Denis Law. Perfect.


6.) 18 Mar 2020 13:12:42
Ruud would kill it.
Rooney would be amazing.
Outsiders- Saha was good when fit. But Forlan would have been a different player for us with Bruno

But Ronaldo for me.


7.) 18 Mar 2020 17:28:09
Hernández in his prime. That movement would be perfect for Bruno.


 

 

14 Mar 2020 14:43:52
So let's put the season stalling to one side.

New topic, Ole.

I've been his biggest critic and whilst I still feel he's not the best man for the job. I am starting to see a direction. And hypothetically if the season resumes and we manage to get a UCL spot and/ or a trophy I wouldn't be opposed to him seeing next season.

I think whilst he has shown ineptitude in tactics, he has also shown ability in many games tactics wise. I feel he has grown as a manager. I mean it's all hypothetical considering the current social climate but I agree with a few more experienced heads, players replaced properly and deadwood cleared. I think he has the opportunity to succeed. I don't think we'll necessarily win the league under him but it will of course been a huge step for him and learning curve. Imo he has improved along with the team.

RedWhiskey

1.) 14 Mar 2020 15:45:27
I too felt and worried that he was probably out of his depth but I think he has proved me wrong and I really hope it remains so.

I can see improvement throughout the team, LS has had a great run of form at left back, AM is playing at a more consistent level than he ever has and as for Fred I'm almost speechless. Plus the signings he has made have all been positive.

Come on Ole.


2.) 14 Mar 2020 15:51:47
I'm not sure Ole will be the man to make us champions again sadly. As much as I would love him to.

That said, we have a direction and we have seen improvement. Without the club structure being addressed I'm not sure if sacking a manager who seems to be taking the club in the right direction to hire an unknown quantity seems a risk we don't need to take.

If the club has a DoF in and had a top to bottom vision and there was another manager who better suited that vision then I could see why the club might make the decision to move on from Ole. But we don't.


3.) 14 Mar 2020 15:56:35
I think it takes time, and people need to be patient.
Each to there own but I like the direction we have taken and honestly think we are on the right path.


4.) 14 Mar 2020 18:38:11
Agree jred. The ship has turned. Ole being an ex player, a club man IS an asset and is not sentimental bull crap.

I would be shocked if he is not still managing next season.


5.) 14 Mar 2020 20:07:58
Despite all this, I still love having him in charge - compared to Jose, LVG, Moyes he’s brilliant.


6.) 15 Mar 2020 06:05:39
The team spirit and togetherness is stronger than ever.
Lots of players looks to have improved.
More quality signings will push the average players out of the line up as we have seen Bruno ousting Andreas and Lingard.

After the next transfer window, we will get the clear outlook of Ole's squad.


7.) 15 Mar 2020 10:43:57
Fickle bunch we have. He's out of his depth and lucky the likes of Arsenal and Chelsea are garbage as well. Needs to leave when the season ends to get someone in that knows what they are doing.


8.) 15 Mar 2020 23:08:18
I feel he would be a great DoF.
Great signings, seems to have a clear idea of the style for the club.
Not sure if he has the tactical nous to be up there as a manager, maybe he just needs another influence in his staff, in the end SAF was basically a DoF with great coaches under him.
Solskjaer could fill a similar role.


 

 

12 Mar 2020 07:55:05
Klopp sounding super salty last night, regardless of the style of play Atletico executed their plan well last night. Oblak was immense.

Great Liverpool team but hopefully that should put to bed the comparisons with our treble winning team!

RedWhiskey

1.) 12 Mar 2020 09:02:41
He's nearly always salty when they lose, unlike jose though he does it with a smile so nobody cares.


2.) 12 Mar 2020 09:22:24
Good Liverpool team. Great teams win doubles and legendary teams win trebles!


3.) 12 Mar 2020 09:40:27
I wouldn't expect any manager to be happy when they lose.

You often find those who are bad losers often tend to be more successful. Not being happy to lose is what drives them to be successful.

That said Klopp was pretty self aware and said he was just being s bad loser.

As much as I don't want to like him, he does seem like a genuine and funny guy.

That said, I don't think there is anything wrong with the way Atletico played last night. It's not a way I would like to see United play. Yet it is a valid way to play.

There are effectively two ways to approach coaching a side. You either focus on how you can score, or on how you can stop your opponent scoring. Atletico are a world class team not based on their offensive displays but on their defensive ones.


4.) 12 Mar 2020 09:53:22
That’s true Shappy there might be two ways of winning but it is so much harder to create then then to destroy that’s why people like Pep and Sir Alex who want to play on the front foot and beat teams are so great for me. Managers like them will always be regarded higher then any manager whose ethos is to defend first.

Simeone, Mourinho are not tactical geniuses or anything of the sort they just get a back 4/ 5 to sit and break (like the lower league teams do against the top teams) so their might be more then one way of playing and they are within their right to do so I hope no manager of Utd wants to play that way again.


5.) 12 Mar 2020 10:46:46
A little less hatred for Jose would do you no harm mnk397. Did that "not genius" Jose beat great Pep's Barcelona when Inter won the CL? Was that a tactical masterclass?


6.) 12 Mar 2020 11:01:55
I admit I do not like Mourinho at all but what I say is true. No that was not a tactical masterclass at all I said it is so much easier to coach players to sit in a shape then to find patterns of play and attack teams and open them up.

He played Barcelona the same way any lower league team plays a top level team but with better players. Parking the bus hitting on the break is not tactical genius.


7.) 12 Mar 2020 11:11:06
mnk397, I totally agree and most of the managers considered among the greatest ever have tended to be more expansive managers. I think being able to over come adversity and teams that sit deep and play physically by playing great football is a far better narrative.

That said, when all is said and done there will be few managers who win more than Jose has won. So there is definitely something to be said for being able to shut teams out and play a great defence. You also have to appreciate just stopping teams scoring is only half of it. Jose might set up his teams not to concede, but he wouldn't win a single game if they couldn't score goals as well.

It comes down to personal preference, I think most fans would prefer to see their team win by playing great offensive, entertaining football. But then there are teams that have never won anything, I'm sure they would be more than happy to win the league or a cup by playing the Jose way.

Some people are only in it for the winning, so are happy to sacrifice being entertained as long as they can brag to their mates that their team won.

For me the difference between someone like Simeone or Mourinho compared to Pulis and Allerdyce is that the former two are better at getting more out of their players and have had chances at bigger clubs. Tactically however, they are very similar.


8.) 12 Mar 2020 11:31:21
You are right Shappy but i'm a hopeless romantic when it comes to football and Man Utd and I want it all I want to see the Utd 08 or brazil 1970 or Brazil 02 I want to win but I want to do it in a certain manner. can't help it.


9.) 12 Mar 2020 12:16:07
Mnk, think you are being unfair. That indeed was a tactical masterclass. Just going gungho isn't tactics. If that were, we wouldn't have been outclassed by the same Barcelona team (that Jose beat) in the CL finals of the subsequent year when we were managed by the greatest of all time.

Fair assessment Shappy. People tend to forget his Chelsea teams who blew everyone away, they were hardly defensive although their strength did lie in the strong defence of Terry, Carvalho and Cole.


10.) 12 Mar 2020 12:21:29
me too mnk397. I would rather watch us play great football and win 7 out of 10 games 3 or 4 nil then draw one 3-3 and lose one 5-4. than win all ten 1-0 with boring park the bus performances.

10 goals and none conceded or 28 goals and 8 conceded.


11.) 12 Mar 2020 12:49:11
Shan UNITED boy i don't know if i'm typing it incorrectly or you are reading something that's not there. patterns of play breaking teams down is what i'm typing here and going gung ho is what your reading!


12.) 12 Mar 2020 14:53:37
Loll Shappys got another Mourinho basher.

Football goes in cycles and look at Peps team now they are not as good as 2 years ago.

Either that is because their players are tired and not motivated to work hard or teams have understood how City play and are more comfortable playing them.

Mourinho will be very successful soon and he isn't yesterdays man. No matter what you say he is a born winner and still has a lot to give.


13.) 12 Mar 2020 15:38:10
Singh, what do you think Jose is going to win at Spurs?

I think City are just coming to the end of a cycle. Their best players over the last few years have been Kompany, Fernandinho, Silva and Aguero.

Kompany was the leader and he's gone. Silva is leaving in the summer while both Fernandinho and Aguero are over 32.

City still have some great players, Laporte (who has been injured most the season), KDB (who has struggled with injury over the past 18 months) and Sterling. Look like genuine world class players.

While Bernardo Sliva and Mahrez can be deadly when on form. As can Same who has been injured all season.

Still a great group of players, who can annilate anyone on their day. But they haven't been able to get anywhere near the consistency of Liverpool this year. Which is more to do with the form of Liverpool than the decline of City.

The UCL ban if upheld will hit them hard. As they will lose 3 key players at least and they might struggle to bring in the players needed without UCL, especially if Pep leaves. That said I fully expect them to get it overturned.

{Ed002's Note - Manchester City are actively working on bringing players in to the club to replace those leaving and retiring - I would not be writing them off at all.}


14.) 12 Mar 2020 15:44:06
Singh you can win playing the dreary football he plays course you can its just not welcome at Utd.

Sir Alex used to say every team has around a 3 year cycle then needs changing/ refreshing and Pep has got to that point with his team. Poch got there but they never spent any money to help him refresh his team instead they changed him and practically did nothing now they got Mourinho in who is not going to coach the players better and Levy barely spends any money so how is his ‘time’ supposed to come back?


15.) 12 Mar 2020 16:14:47
Why isn't it welcome at United? Mo wonder we aren't a big club or should i say a succesful club at international level. We revel at being a big fish in a pond and we aren't even that now. 2 CL titles in my living memory and the sole reason is that other ways of playing football and winning aren't welcome at United. Nonsense.


16.) 12 Mar 2020 16:26:55
So Real Madrid would sack a manager despite winning because they didn’t do it in an attacking way same with Brazil yet they are still the most successful teams at both club and international level. It’s a question of standards I am 10000% saying I want to win I want to do it in that way. Imagine being so big that winning is not enough that’s the mentality Brazil and Madrid have they look for excellence and success follows.

I think you are missing the point a small club would be happy with anything surely the biggest and the best want more?


17.) 12 Mar 2020 16:47:58
Exactly the point mnk. As a big club we want more yet just 2 CL titles. You are comparing a Real team that won more CL titles in the last 5 years than we have in 50. Are Pep's teams always entertaining? No. Do they win? Yes. At the end of the day its what you have in your trophy cabinet that counts. Spurs are one of the most entertaining clubs. What do they have to show for it.


18.) 12 Mar 2020 17:05:46
What’s the debate here I am saying winning and winning with style is what I want to see every time but I never once substituted style for not winning I want it all! I don’t want Pep if he can't win and play with style I don’t want Mourinho if he can't win and play with style.

I realise the standards that I want are almost impossible but that’s what I want in my team. This is going to sound pompous to almost every fan out there but winning at clubs like Utd and Barcelona and Madrid is a given requirement doing it with style is the job for me. Winning is equivalent to playing for me I expect to win everytime I realise its not achievable all the time but that’s what you strive for.


 

 

05 Mar 2020 23:20:48
Shout out to Shaw, responded very well to the emergence of young Williams. Has been outstanding recently. At both left back and in the defensive 3.

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28 Jan 2020 16:31:40
As Ed has said many times, we're amateurs. I don't think I'll be renewing for next season the way we are going. Not worth the money.

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23 Jan 2020 16:54:00
Maybe with 'vaccine' well rid ourselves of the virus. 😂.

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22 Jan 2020 13:15:27
Shappy I'd ask the glazers to pay you for the positive PR you give off.

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22 Jan 2020 10:35:42
The fact we see value in this transfer but not in the requested amount for Mr fernandes is absolutely ridiculous. We have plenty of young talent of our own, we need ready made players.

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17 Jan 2020 11:33:56
RA87, fact of the matter is we are lowballing yet again. Amateur at best, 002 is rarely wrong and I think this only proves his opinion further.

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29 Mar 2020 18:20:59
Fair point Rohana.

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24 Mar 2020 20:53:23
Wiggy I don't think the mental health page and conspiracy page would go well read together at this time.

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08 Mar 2020 12:18:04
Lucas digne that high up? Must see something i don't tris!

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07 Mar 2020 21:21:59
Wilbot must be the only fan who genuinely dislikes mctominay. He is by no means world class but is a tidy player.

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05 Mar 2020 13:10:29
Ken the voice of reason.

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