United thread 2019/20

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  1. remember arthur mann

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    That's Warrington folk for you..
     
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  3. KentBlue

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    The media saying the rent boy has a 100 million to spend on transfers, yes, of course: you'd release that sort of information to the public, wouldn't you?
    Laughable. The only reason they gave him the job was so that they can justify not giving him money because he's such a rank amateur. If he screws up after spending a small amount the Glazers losses would be minimal, and offset in other areas. But if he screws up after spending hundreds and hundreds of millions - like his predecessors- irretrievable damage is unavoidable.
     
  4. The perfect fumble

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    Not been over to Ragcafe for a while, thought I'd take a peek.....

    Absolute weaponised fanboy nonsense to suggest that the corrupt, cheating, sportswashing UAE £billions blood money project is on par with or somehow a symptom or reflection of the overall state of the game.

    Yes the legitimate top four (excluding oilmoney Chelsea of course), now top five, have had too much financial advantage over the rest of the league. But when considering the traditional clubs such as United, Arsenal, Liverpool and Spurs have earned their advantage through hard work and succeeding on the pitch, it is ridiculously disingenuous to claim that the barbaric UAE project at City is just a symptom, a mere distraction from the reality of this structural but legitimately resulting, financial competitive disparity.

    The Etihad project is the toy thing of the murderous, human rights abusing regime of the UAE.
    The financial advantage gained legitimately by United, Arsenal, Liverpool, over other clubs is indeed a result of legitimate competition, both on and off the pitch and has absolutely nothing to do with the stain on our beautiful game that is the sheikh Mansour's,artificially inflated, financial fair play cheating, book cooking blood money project.

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    No they didn't. Don't know why you refuse to let this sink in... United - John Henry Davies, Liverpool - The Moores family/football pools... I could go on but its pretty easy to find this stuff out yourself. Arsenal literally bribed their way into the league and were constantly criticized for excessive spending to make themselves relevant but whatever... It's not the result of legitimate anything, its getting a massive hand up very long ago (not so long ago in Liverpool's case) thats never spoken about. Was it not for JHD Old Trafford wouldn't be near what it is and United probably wouldn't exist... It's pretty much literally nothing to do with success on the pitch nor has it ever been.

    The way you jump into posts so aggressively whilst knowing nothing of your own club is funny. Maybe read a book or even google your clubs history. Also given your hatred of all thinks barbaric, Saudi Telecom and the commercial bank of Qatar are fine legitimate sponsors... not to mention Gulf Oil Middle East right? Or is it ok to take their money, just not ok to be owned by them?

    You do though my friend need to take something for all that anger. Your posts are dripping with it. It's ok, no need to worry, you'll be back at the top sooner or later.

    He came back with...

    And you my confused friend display your weaponised ignorance and blind loyalty in your lying defence of the illegitimate project of the UAE human rights abuser's and slaughterers of innocent Yemeni children.

    It was easy for the oppressive regime to weaponise you lot due to your decades of abject failure to succeed legitimately and your proximity to a real successful club.

    And yes of course there is a distinct ethical and structural difference between the project at the Etihad being actually designed, manufactured and owned by the UAE (mass murderers of Yemeni children, systemic abusers of migrant populations, torturers of the LGBT community and 'disappearers' of pro democracy advocates) and the financial dealings of true independent clubs, though I would rather EUFA ban Abudhabi, Qatar and Saudi as sponsors of our legit clubs too.

    As for your blatant lies that United's success is not legitimate and has nothing to do with winning on the pitch, you should be ashamed of yourself. A grown man, spending hours and hours of your life, reinventing history and lying on a rival fans forum in order to defend the human rights abusers of an oppressive gulf state who cheat our rules to buy glory for their barbaric regime.


    And....

    The mass murder of Yemeni children by your owners is real,their systemic sexual abuse of vulnerable migrant female domestic workers is real, their imprisonment and disappearance of pro democracy advocates is true, their punishment of the lgbt+ community is real.

    You really think you're being clever by using the word 'bingo' in a puerile and shameless attempt to undermine the very real concerns that Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International and any grown up with a sense of ethical responsibility hold regarding Abudhabi and the £billion+, sports washing project.

    As for financial disparity I have already noted that. Mansour's Etihad blood money project is not a symptom of that financial disparity. The disparity is the result of footballing and legitimate commercial success whereas the stain on our game that is the human rights abuser's £billion cheating project is neither the result of footballing nor historical football club commercial success.

    As for Thunderhead's apology for the UAE's ongoing slaughter of innocents in Yemen by the classic but impotent 'whataboutery' of finger pointing at others, (what other club is owned by a mass murdering, military invasive state?), is this not just another point in case that proves that the embittered fans of City have completely discarded any ethical considerations once the murderers and human rights abusers buy our trophies in their name.



    The guy who posted this DevilAgeIdiot, he joined ragcafe in May this year, 50 posts, the vast majority about City.

    The guy is a shill, he's an agenda merchant pretending to be an enraged man on the street rag.
     
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  5. Grassland Blue

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    To sell merchandise they are relying ever more on their 'istry.
    The marquee players they signed to sell shirts, Pogbad and Sanchez, are underperforming (to be polite) and Lukaku had his last dhirt made from a marquee tent!
    The players they need to shift shirts won't go to the swamp as no c/l, a simpering manager (more like Stan than Ollie!) ,a shabby stadium and a lot of mediocre players.
    I could see them finishing bottom six as much as top six.
     
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    It was one for the Moyes era - the only recorded case of a ball leaving the stratosphere and returning............

    Should be worth a pretty penny
     
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    #irrelevant #32 points #mindthegap
     
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    Is the poor little love confusing UAE/Abu Dhabi with Saudi Arabia, by any chance?
     
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