ciderman9000000 wrote: ↑
Thu Aug 08, 2019 4:10 pm
We'll certainly compete for the Europa League, top 4 and the cups with the current squad.
Winning the league may be out of our reach, but I gotta trust Ole with the long-term plan of seeking out the best British talent and bedding the youth.
Before the club can rekindle its former glory it must first find its heart — that's the way I see it. If you can't get excited to watch this young United team battle against the odds under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer then I feel bad for you, son.
You sound like a Lovely Man plant mate
I have never gone into a season with so little optimism
"Winning the league may be beyond our reach".Is that a joke.Having replaced a knackered right back and still having nobody to play alongside Maguire,if indeed he settles in immediately,together with no midfield captain,no hard tackler and the main player,Pogba,openly wanting away cannot bridge a 33 point gap.For clarity that is THIRTY THREE POINTS.
City and Liverpool have both strengthened and we've got a few promising kids who ran their bollocks off for a 45 minute stint against Perth Glory and Leeds under 16's and you are excited to watch this young team battle!!
It's good to know you trust Ole because clearly Ed Woodward doesn't.If he did he would have got him tough tackling midfielders and a quality proven winger and striker
You "want to find the clubs heart do you son?"
Well look no further tha Ed Woodward a Liverpool season ticket holder and the Glazers who don't ever go to a game
This clubs heart is in the New York Stock Exchange and the Caymans
But you no what
It no longer matters.This club as has been proven again in this transfer window is still in terminal decline
The Glazers and Woodward out hash tag is now up to number 3 again and some regular long time fans are on suicide watch
But if you're excited mate go and get your todger out and have a good time
Wait and see