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« Reply #43200 on: February 12, 2018, 04:17:42 PM »
Only saw highlights, it seems the Newcastle goalkeeper had a dream debut the sitter missed by Sanchez proves he was bought while bang out of form.  Jose interview afterwards didn't seem to care too much about the defeat was more focused on praising Newcastle for fighting so hard for their win something he will need from his own players in the champions league if they are to progress to the Quarter final.

United had plenty of chances and did fight, they should have won the game but didnt, I will blame Mourinho for plenty but not that.

Liverpool pushing for second now, it will be an interesting race the top four this year with the top spot already all but claimed.


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« Reply #43201 on: February 12, 2018, 04:48:21 PM »
Losing to Tottenham,Chelsea and Manchester City away from home can happen and not much to be said about it when a top 4 team beats another top 4 team but losing to Huddersfield and Newcastle as Manchester United have done this season is unacceptable.

As the old saying goes hard work can beat talent when talent doesn't work hard.

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« Reply #43202 on: February 12, 2018, 05:07:27 PM »
Losing to Tottenham,Chelsea and Manchester City away from home can happen and not much to be said about it when a top 4 team beats another top 4 team but losing to Huddersfield and Newcastle as Manchester United have done this season is unacceptable.

As the old saying goes hard work can beat talent when talent doesn't work hard.

Dont be getting ahead of yourself now  ;) ;) 3 into 4 isnt going to go

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« Reply #43203 on: February 17, 2018, 06:21:25 PM »
VAR looking a bit dodgy again, Mata looked onside. United not playing well and didn't deserve a 2 goal lead anyway.

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« Reply #43204 on: February 17, 2018, 06:48:48 PM »
One of those vintage break away goals for United 2-0 now.

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« Reply #43205 on: February 17, 2018, 08:31:53 PM »
Not great but at least the team looked solid and compact and counter attacked smartly. 3 central midfielders instead of the usual 1. Lukaku took his chances well. Always feel United are a better side when Carrick plays. To be fair to Smalling he was good tonight. Decent QF draw.

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« Reply #43206 on: February 18, 2018, 07:42:48 PM »
Very quiet here. It seems Jose's exit strategy is in full swing. Major row with Pogba and Jones after the Newcastle game it is alleged. Lose dressing room, get sacked (nice extension, thanks) and off to Paris to that shit show.

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« Reply #43207 on: February 18, 2018, 09:23:48 PM »
Very quiet here. It seems Jose's exit strategy is in full swing. Major row with Pogba and Jones after the Newcastle game it is alleged. Lose dressing room, get sacked (nice extension, thanks) and off to Paris to that shit show.

Jose say this??
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« Reply #43208 on: February 18, 2018, 11:40:54 PM »
Very quiet here. It seems Jose's exit strategy is in full swing. Major row with Pogba and Jones after the Newcastle game it is alleged. Lose dressing room, get sacked (nice extension, thanks) and off to Paris to that shit show.

I wouldnt doubt it, after all PSG is his sons favourite club dont you know.  ::)
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« Reply #43209 on: February 19, 2018, 08:50:09 AM »
Very quiet here. It seems Jose's exit strategy is in full swing. Major row with Pogba and Jones after the Newcastle game it is alleged. Lose dressing room, get sacked (nice extension, thanks) and off to Paris to that shit show.

I wouldnt doubt it, after all PSG is his sons favourite club dont you know.  ::)

It is inevitable that he is going to leave but it isnt going to be for a good while yet, I would have no issue with him falling out with Pogba or Jones after the Newcastle game.

Pogba was on his social media streams saying that he must get better so to me that sounds like he is taking responsibility for his dip in form, prior to the injury in the CL game earlier in the year he was starting to look like the player he can be. Hopefully he can get back to that sooner rather than later.

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« Reply #43210 on: February 19, 2018, 09:12:16 AM »
Very quiet here. It seems Jose's exit strategy is in full swing. Major row with Pogba and Jones after the Newcastle game it is alleged. Lose dressing room, get sacked (nice extension, thanks) and off to Paris to that shit show.

I wouldnt doubt it, after all PSG is his sons favourite club dont you know.  ::)

It is inevitable that he is going to leave but it isnt going to be for a good while yet, I would have no issue with him falling out with Pogba or Jones after the Newcastle game.

Pogba was on his social media streams saying that he must get better so to me that sounds like he is taking responsibility for his dip in form, prior to the injury in the CL game earlier in the year he was starting to look like the player he can be. Hopefully he can get back to that sooner rather than later.
He was referring to his illness that caused him to miss the game

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« Reply #43211 on: February 19, 2018, 09:14:04 AM »
Very quiet here. It seems Jose's exit strategy is in full swing. Major row with Pogba and Jones after the Newcastle game it is alleged. Lose dressing room, get sacked (nice extension, thanks) and off to Paris to that shit show.

I wouldnt doubt it, after all PSG is his sons favourite club dont you know.  ::)

It is inevitable that he is going to leave but it isnt going to be for a good while yet, I would have no issue with him falling out with Pogba or Jones after the Newcastle game.

Pogba was on his social media streams saying that he must get better so to me that sounds like he is taking responsibility for his dip in form, prior to the injury in the CL game earlier in the year he was starting to look like the player he can be. Hopefully he can get back to that sooner rather than later.
He was referring to his illness that caused him to miss the game

Stand corrected if thats the case, flicked past it quickly and read it the way above.

Thing is if he did show a little more humility he probably wouldnt get as hard a time as he does.

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« Reply #43212 on: February 19, 2018, 09:15:49 AM »
Very quiet here. It seems Jose's exit strategy is in full swing. Major row with Pogba and Jones after the Newcastle game it is alleged. Lose dressing room, get sacked (nice extension, thanks) and off to Paris to that shit show.

I wouldnt doubt it, after all PSG is his sons favourite club dont you know.  ::)

It is inevitable that he is going to leave but it isnt going to be for a good while yet, I would have no issue with him falling out with Pogba or Jones after the Newcastle game.

Pogba was on his social media streams saying that he must get better so to me that sounds like he is taking responsibility for his dip in form, prior to the injury in the CL game earlier in the year he was starting to look like the player he can be. Hopefully he can get back to that sooner rather than later.
He was referring to his illness that caused him to miss the game

Stand corrected if thats the case, flicked past it quickly and read it the way above.

Thing is if he did show a little more humility he probably wouldnt get as hard a time as he does.
I agree. Hopefully Jose sticks with 3 in midfield and gives him a chance to work his way back into some form.

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« Reply #43213 on: February 19, 2018, 10:11:46 AM »
If he concentrated on being a professional football player and worked his tail off like most of his team mates then I certainly wouldn't criticise him. He's not a kid any more. Time to grow up and man up.

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« Reply #43214 on: February 19, 2018, 11:54:10 AM »
Huge few weeks for United, result all important midweek but need a result and performance against Chelsea to give us some hope for the rest of the season.