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Discussion in 'General football forum' started by Ric, 8 Jun 2019.
Here's hoping, but this one is also at Anfield where teams forget how to play football.
We beat them fair and square, but were stitched up by the useless officials and bloody VAR.
and there lies the problem the so called united way of just buy your way out
Keane and neville are clueless that's why they are pundits and not in football as coaches or managers ?? the united way or we should say the fergie way, was buy all the best players you can and give one or 2 youth a game, there squads was over crowded with big money signings they even called it a 3 year plan and start again (the united way)
football had enough of fergie and united its was stinking the place out and the premier league would have folded by now if not for the money men buying clubs and taking them on, so from around 2005 when chelsea and abramovich started buying up all the players, united just had to turn up and signed them without anybody else getting near the asking price but from that time on united knew it could not just stock pile players anymore
but the real problem was they did not see manchester city taking the game to another level and even chelsea was blown out of the water never mind united, and now the game is leaving clubs like united in a mess because they are now longer a power house club that can buy its way out of trouble and players want big money and silverware and not just a name and badge
the future of the game is now not about pasted glory and going to the so called biggest club because they won silverware in the 1990s or 2000s that means fuck all to them, the future is what they want and they want the right to put their names into the history books and have a big big bank balance to boot and only manchester city have both
So are these now our 2nd fav team until after the weekend?
No. Fuck Spurs. Be nice if they take points off yet dippers, although it'll be shit that they picked up points.
Notwithstanding that Spurs are currently in an appalling run of form, we have largely outplayed Liverpool at Anfield the last two times we played there - albeit gaining only the one point over the two games.
And not being able to stop 5ft 8 giant Lucas Moura scoring a header from a corner.....
It's the Ying and the Yang unfortunately.
If you double your point tally on Sunday, I for one will welcome you back on here with open arms (almost!)
Fair reply on an opposing teams forum.