United thread 2019/20

Discussion in 'General football forum' started by Ric, 8 Jun 2019.

  1. AndyTheCatalystMorrison

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    Super, smashing, lovely you might say!
     
  2. AndyTheCatalystMorrison

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    What a beautiful short story. I almost felt I was living it!
     
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  3. IrelandSuperman

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    Manchester united Q&A with Simon Stone on BBC Football web page. And they don't get special treatment.
     
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  4. purplenose

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    Thank you. I have been accused of being a miserable pessimistic twat in the past. Well my wonderful vision of joy and happiness proves otherwise and the first part of it could well come true thus spreading happiness and joy across the nation ahead of this historic and momentous week.

    Ask yourself this. Are they shite enough to lose to Tranmere? I think the answer is this....YES they are.
     
  5. Eds

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    He is fast but then so was Bolt
     
  6. bluemc1

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    Just seeing if anyone remembers what classed as a fan when they ran this poll ?

    remember someone posting it on here once, stuff like “ do you watch them if they’re on TV “

    thanks
     
  7. SWPISHOME

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    Odion Ighalo and Islam Slimani are two of a number of players Manchester United have looked at as they try to bring in a striker on loan.

    Ighalo is with Chinese club Shanghai Shenhua and has two years left on his contract. Slimani is on loan at Monaco from Leicester City.

    United searching in Europe and beyond to fill the void left by the injured Marcus Rashford.

    How the mighty have fallen hahahaha
     
  8. bluetonium

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    Indeed! It was cavani just last week.

    Could well be the return of weetabix bonce next.
     
  9. marco

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    well if we go back to the end of the summer transfer window they were slaughtered on talksport and on the forums for going into the new season with limited players,its come back to haunt them big style,very bad management IMO you should have all positions covered within the squad of players,,there realy going to be shafted if they cant bring anyone in and suffer more losses
     
  10. City_Sean

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    It just keeps getting better and better
     
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