Not strictly true, away teams are allowed to charge up to 5% commisson on away ticket sales for league games
Chelsea aren't firing on all cylinders either, their form is as bad as ours, perhaps it points to having a former legend as manager isn't the best way to go.raycreative wrote: ↑Mon Feb 10, 2020 10:17 amWhilst we wait with baited breath to see how many to nil Goku will predict this one in United's favour let's take a realistc view of where we are as we move towards the last 10 games of the season
I feel sure Goku will confirm our defence is now water tight and will surely not let Chelsea score agains us whilst at the same time our new world class forward from Watford will bag at least one and possibly two and at the same time motivate Rashford to score.So he is struggling to choose between 2 or 3 nil
The reality is that should Chelsea win they will be 9 points(or 3 games) ahead of us for top 4.
I feel sure that is the end of the Champions league situation that still a few inspired supporters are hanging on to for reasons unknown to me
I don't think the club even has any ambition for a top 4 place either but that's just an opinion
So next we look at a Europa league spot
Currently in 8th we are two places out of that
The optimists will argue we have a game in hand on some but that game in hand is Chelsea and if we do lose this one we are still 8th
So who is likely to fill places 5 and 6
Sheffield United are like the Leicester City of a few years ago.
They are not getting any injuries,hve nothing else to distract them and keep finding ways to win.You wouldn't rule out an unlikely EUFA spot.
Wolves and Burnley both got away with it in the same position
Spurs are better than us and despite not being close,any more to challenging for the league with a fired up manager in Jose i fancy their chances more than ours
Everton are now on a roll and again have nothing else to get in the way
Wolves are much of a mutchness to United and again have nothing else to worry about
As an absolute outsider you "might" add Arsenal but they have the same owner/investment issues as United
For me the top 4 are
Sheffield United or Everton or Wolves or United with Arsenal having just a small squeak
The reality check doesn't look good as the 15 year slide as predicted continues
The bad news is that The Glazers won't give a shit.They will sell Pogba and bank a chunk.
The spin doctor will mutter about us being in for everybody from Messi,Ronaldo,Harry Kane but all were greedy bastards etc etc
I see without Europe next season us becoming an official mid table side with no interest to improve from above
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