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Discussion in 'General football forum' started by mat, 19 Jun 2017.
Well there is that as well, offended from Tunbridge Wells Thailand/India/China etc
When Sanchez signs will it be another "we didnt want him anyway"
It's killing them. Like Neville, they may be publically in denial and grasping at the straw of history but deep down they know it.
Neville's other tweet in that conversation where he finishes with the snide dog about them being "historically, the sightly bigger club" if f**king beautiful.
He'll be telling the world that they've got bigger floodlights before long. :-)
Pep getting no credit over there for his 4th award. Shock!
I would have thought his reference to it being disrespectful to City is that we are more than just Pep and that players are not going to choose us just because it's Pep.
A lot of players pull on shirts for dosh. We have had our share. Robinho/Adebayor.
What will be will be.
If united sign him though it once again smacks of desperation. No planning for the future. Just good player available sign him. Worry about how he will fit in later.
Because of the explosion of social media United can't hold any firm coherent media line, even if they could work out what that line is, they're fan base is flapping and the scum have no answer to it, all the usual levers don't work and promises of Ronaldo and Bale don't cut it anymore. Of course Utd still have well placed outriders and sycophants in the media and Scudamore still prays to the football gods every night for the return of his premium "brand" but they're a busted flush and they're having great difficulty hiding it from their trillions of followers, too many false dawns, too much talk and too little action and no prospect of a title win any time soon.
Even if they came to their senses tomorrow and put a plan in place to address their structural problems it would take them years to get where we are now.
They can have the past, they can hide it in for comfort, we'll have now and the foreseeable future and they can f**k themselves.
Went onto "The United Stand" YT to see what Robbie was saying about Sanchez in their live show, find them arguing against Goldbridge how Pep isn't a fraud, quite funny, "No open chequebook" :D
City has a much to offer a player, but with Pep at the helm we offer the possibility of it all.
I agree but I don't think Neville was having a go.