United thread 2019/20

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

  1. Mancity1980

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    Managerial appointments? Infrastructure issues? Lack of club direction and strategy? Lack of investment for many years until it was too late? Long may it continue!
     
  2. Just watched the first half.

    Jesus.
     
  3. Stretch

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    Glory hunting entitled **** if you don't mind !
     
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  4. Blue Hefner

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    Brum, brum, Ole’s at the wheel.....
     
  5. domalino

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    They are exactly as bad as you'd think a team with Jesse Lingard as the #10 would be.

    The fact that Solskjaer watched them pass the ball in a horseshoe around the Palace box for so much of the first half is probably the biggest indictment of his ability so far.

    He had Mata and Pereira on the bench, who aren't world class but can at least pass a ball and help unlock a defence, they had Matic, who could have come on and let you move Pogba forward to look for a miracle pass.

    He is a genuinely shit manager, by far their worst since Ferguson left.
     
  6. Stretch

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    ******* hell, He certainly is a MEMBER!
     
  7. karen7

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    But sacking managers IS the new them,they must be in denial lol
     
  8. The blue phantom

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    I honestly thought they'd fuck him off in the summer after the horrendous finish to last season. I think even most rags deep down wanted it too.

    No way will he last if they continue on a shit run even this early.
     
  9. SWPISHOME

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    Might as well be Celtic.
     
  10. kippaxwarrior

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    Too big to fail? Just like

    Kodak
    General Motors
    Toys R Us
    Pan Am
    Blockbuster

    All huge companies who dominated their markets, rested on their laurels thinking they were too big to fail, failed to innovate and adapt to the change in their markets and failed to keep up with newer companies which entered the market and existing companies which did adapt to change. All those companies then started to throw money about just to keep up and all of they eventually failed and went under

    Sounds familiar?
     

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