To be fair DDG will not have done any better than Romero who had a great game against WolvesGoku wrote: ↑Sat Mar 16, 2019 10:14 pmPreview to follow after international break. Positives can be taken. There are fine margins in football.
DDG back in goal. Players need get back to.the levels before they were injured.
If we continue to play like that we will win more than we lose.
Preview can follow after international break. Remember half the team is not match fit. It's evident coz we were a.yatd or two.short in everything.
Thus we got caught on the counter. Give DDG what he wants coz it has been proven he is the best in the world
It was neither a stumble nor was it a dissipointing middle of MarchGoku wrote: ↑Wed Mar 27, 2019 1:40 amPreview
Save to say that our injured players or rather players coming back from injury did not get full starts during the international break.
Obviously most of them would have played in training. 7 players in the WC semis so we will. See if this international.break done us good.
It time to roll up our sleeves and get back to business coz come match day we will need to. Win this game.
Yeah we had 2 stumbles in the road so do we revert back to Ole's 1st choice or a mixture. It's what's we do at this club bounce back.
Watford coming to old Trafford and I only see one result if we play on the front foot here. We need to win last 8 games to go to get into that top four.
Player to watch : Paul Pogba, great assist in international break more of the same.
Dalot. Lindelof. Smalling. Shaw
Fred. Mctom my. Pogba
Lingaard. Rashford. Martial
Subs: Romero, Lukaku, Herrera, Matic, Greenwood, Billy.
We need to get off to a flyer and then maybe nurse Matic and Herrera back.
Prediction. : 4-0
Man Utd to bounce back from a dissipointing middle of March.
Your opinion is as valid as anybody else's but to say "Chelsea are crap and we should beat them" is making an incorrect assumption that we are a good team.We are not.We are a team that should finish 4th,5th or 6th.That's the end of it
The game and the performance were desperateivandaman wrote: ↑Sat Mar 30, 2019 10:01 pmGot the 3 points, but we're going to need a minor miracle to finish in the top4..
And for next season we need much better players.. Especially in midfield.
Now that we have the right manager, let's hope the hierarchy at the club would support him financially..
I was going to pick the relevant points out for hopefully a genuine discussionDaveMart wrote: ↑Sun Mar 31, 2019 12:55 pmRay:
What I find unnecessary and uninformative about your posts are the joint issues that you seem to imagine that you are the only one who perceives what level we are operating at and the sense of entitlement you seem to feel about operating at the very top, complete with throwing your toys out of the pram when we have setbacks.
I know, the other posters here know, Ole knows, the board knows and the Glaziers know that the league does not lie, and that we are in no way comparable with Manchester City, Liverpool, Barcelona or Real Madrid.
Where we are is a contender for the top four, level pegging with Arsenal, Spurs, and Chelsea to get in.
That is a massive improvement, as we were something like 5th to 8th before..
We are also playing far more exciting football.
Despite your endless diatribes about the Glaziers, hundreds on millions have been put into attempting to strengthen the team since SAF left, although with several changes of manager we have not profited by that as much as would have been hoped.
There is no reason to doubt that substantial sums will continue to be made available to strengthen, or that Ole's input will be substantial on who is to be chosen.
Players want to come and work for Ole.
Financial fair play regulations mean that Manchester City and Chelsea may find their transfer activity restricted, so we are battling with Spurs and Liverpool but our means are likely to be more than those.
Most teams would love to be in our position.
We have no entitlement, nor can any reasonable person expect a club which is not some propaganda exercise by a small nation state to simply throw a billion at buying the big name players.
So for goodness sake enjoy the ride, and don't post with a sense of entitlement worthy of a Newcastle supporter.
We have a manager able to enthuse, one the board backed when they could have chickened and waited until the end of season.
We are playing usually far more watchable football, are bringing youth through, and will have substantial funds available to strengthen in the summer, with players queuing up to sign for Ole.
So do put out some positive energy, and lets enjoy our club.
You are not the only one who sees our weaknesses.
It is not my argumentDaveMart wrote: ↑Sun Mar 31, 2019 6:02 pmRay:
Your argument boils down to an assumption that the club should not be expected to be run as a commercial enterprise and should have endless money/perfect wisdom in their purchases.
Well, we are where we are, and that is how clubs are these days.
Your notion is that we are perfectly entitled to have more money to spend than almost any other club, but that 'supporters' should unlimitedly whinge if execution is less than perfect, or we are not at the very top of the elite in the Prem and Europe.
We are no more entitled than any other club, just luckier than almost any of them with more money to spend which the Glaziers consistently reinvest.
Being aware of flaws is not the same as unrelentingly knocking and abusing the club's owners, management, and players whenever they are less than Godlike in their performance.
In what sense are you a supporter?
You don't support anything about the club, just your fantasy where all is perfect.
Liverpool supporters have less knocking copy to offer than you have.
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