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« Reply #43710 on: April 21, 2018, 07:15:25 PM »
Tottenham restricted to just two shots on target all game.  Second place more or less secured in the league and just one win away from winning a 3rd trophy in two seasons for Mourinhos Manchester United.

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« Reply #43711 on: April 21, 2018, 07:18:20 PM »
Once Sanchez equalized, I knew United weren't for losing this. They were up for it. One off matches is Jose's forte.

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« Reply #43712 on: April 21, 2018, 07:22:48 PM »
Good set of results today for Utd
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« Reply #43713 on: April 23, 2018, 09:42:54 AM »
Dead as usual when United wins.

Thats the 3rd time in about 6 weeks we've come from behind to win one of the top teams, I can barely recall United winning after going behind since Fergie left so there's certainly been improvement.

I had Pochetino down as the next United manager but not sure about that anymore, time and time again in big games they've fallen short.

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« Reply #43714 on: April 23, 2018, 09:53:08 AM »
Dead as usual when United wins.

Thats the 3rd time in about 6 weeks we've come from behind to win one of the top teams, I can barely recall United winning after going behind since Fergie left so there's certainly been improvement.

I had Pochetino down as the next United manager but not sure about that anymore, time and time again in big games they've fallen short.

Even when they went behind for some reason I was confident enough that they could turn it around and get back in the game. Living on the edge slightly at times but its a semi final against what is apparently a brilliant spurs team.

Has to be said again, in a normal season they would be up there competing for the title, City have just been that class apart.

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« Reply #43715 on: April 23, 2018, 10:56:38 AM »
Dead as usual when United wins.

Thats the 3rd time in about 6 weeks we've come from behind to win one of the top teams, I can barely recall United winning after going behind since Fergie left so there's certainly been improvement.

I had Pochetino down as the next United manager but not sure about that anymore, time and time again in big games they've fallen short.

Good win tbf.  Should be a tasty final with the feud between the 2 managers.
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« Reply #43716 on: April 23, 2018, 11:15:41 AM »
Dead as usual when United wins.

Thats the 3rd time in about 6 weeks we've come from behind to win one of the top teams, I can barely recall United winning after going behind since Fergie left so there's certainly been improvement.

I had Pochetino down as the next United manager but not sure about that anymore, time and time again in big games they've fallen short.


Delighted with the win and hopefully can finish the job in the final and get back level for most wins. As for people only criticising when United don't win - clearly lots of the criticism of Mourinho regarding Pogba has been vindicated. In recent times when Herrera has played and Pogba has been pushed higher up it has worked as most people with a pair of eyes could see. Herrera is still a valuable member of this squad though clearly the manager is or has been reluctant to play him. There has been improvement but there had to be given the low starting point and the millions spent. It's whether there has been (a) enough improvement and (b) whether the improvement will continue and have United back winning Premier leagues and CL's.

Beginning to agree on Pochettino who I had high hopes for as a possible United manager. It's definitely now a trend.

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« Reply #43717 on: April 23, 2018, 11:32:15 AM »
What is the difference in Viagra and Pochettino?


Viagra will get you past a semi....

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« Reply #43718 on: April 23, 2018, 11:43:11 AM »
What is the difference in Viagra and Pochettino?


Viagra will get you past a semi....

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« Reply #43719 on: April 23, 2018, 11:45:03 AM »
What is the difference in Viagra and Pochettino?


Viagra will get you past a semi....

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Re: Man Utd Thread:
« Reply #43720 on: April 23, 2018, 11:46:19 AM »
Dead as usual when United wins.

Thats the 3rd time in about 6 weeks we've come from behind to win one of the top teams, I can barely recall United winning after going behind since Fergie left so there's certainly been improvement.

I had Pochetino down as the next United manager but not sure about that anymore, time and time again in big games they've fallen short.

Even when they went behind for some reason I was confident enough that they could turn it around and get back in the game. Living on the edge slightly at times but its a semi final against what is apparently a brilliant spurs team.

Has to be said again, in a normal season they would be up there competing for the title, City have just been that class apart.

I can make a case for United hitting 90 points next season but if City accumulate as many points as they have this season the title is their's.

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Re: Man Utd Thread:
« Reply #43721 on: April 23, 2018, 11:53:41 AM »
Dead as usual when United wins.

Thats the 3rd time in about 6 weeks we've come from behind to win one of the top teams, I can barely recall United winning after going behind since Fergie left so there's certainly been improvement.

I had Pochetino down as the next United manager but not sure about that anymore, time and time again in big games they've fallen short.


Delighted with the win and hopefully can finish the job in the final and get back level for most wins. As for people only criticising when United don't win - clearly lots of the criticism of Mourinho regarding Pogba has been vindicated. In recent times when Herrera has played and Pogba has been pushed higher up it has worked as most people with a pair of eyes could see. Herrera is still a valuable member of this squad though clearly the manager is or has been reluctant to play him. There has been improvement but there had to be given the low starting point and the millions spent. It's whether there has been (a) enough improvement and (b) whether the improvement will continue and have United back winning Premier leagues and CL's.

Beginning to agree on Pochettino who I had high hopes for as a possible United manager. It's definitely now a trend.

Herrera has done well the last month but he was very average earlier in the season and McTominay rightly was ahead of him. Herrera started against West Brom and Pogba was shocking, Pogba has to take responsibility for his own performances; He's been poor by his standards since January.