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PostPosted: Tue Oct 02, 2018 9:23 pm 
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Really scary that 43% of Man Utd's expenditure is on debt repayments and interest. When added to player purchases, that means the club spends 83% of expenditure on 2 purposes alone.


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Really scary that 43% of Man Utd's expenditure is on debt repayments and interest. When added to player purchases, that means the club spends 83% of expenditure on 2 purposes alone.

The cost of staying on top.
The problem is letting bankers meddle in football matters.

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 03, 2018 9:47 am 
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Next couple of fixtures will not be easy, they only add more pressure to perform.

Newcastle (H)
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 03, 2018 10:28 am 
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wiseone wrote:
Really scary that 43% of Man Utd's expenditure is on debt repayments and interest. When added to player purchases, that means the club spends 83% of expenditure on 2 purposes alone.


The club has spent more on financing the Glazers' investment than on player purchases.


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 03, 2018 10:36 am 
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The Glazers used Man United's money to own Man United. A very neat trick. A legal 4 wan Naine

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 03, 2018 11:05 am 
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What is going on at Manure/ Valencia "liking" Maurinho must go post? :shock: :scared:

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 03, 2018 11:14 am 
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What is going on at Manure/ Valencia "liking" Maurinho must go post? :shock: :scared:

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Look at how fat United players look, see.Valencia,then you look at Lukaku another fat one. Do they train in that club?

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KPOM. When SAF was collecting trophies, everyone forgot that the debt repayments were draining money out of the club. Now that results are disappointing, attention will turn to the "Glazernomics" again.

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The club has spent more on financing the Glazers' investment than on player purchases.


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 03, 2018 3:41 pm 
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The Glazers used Man United's money to own Man United. A very neat trick. A legal 4 wan Naine


They call it leveraged buy outs, and such legalised scams have a history of ruining perfectly good organisations.
Manchester United is currently being milked heavily since 2005.
With luck it can escape the whole episode intact and remain the great club it was on the football pitch.


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he 33-year-old, who reports said had fallen out with Mourinho, returned to the team for Tuesday's 0-0 draw with Valencia in the Champions League.

After the game, he liked a picture of himself which had the caption: "It's time for Mourinho to go."

The Ecuadorian later wrote he liked the post "without reading the text".

"These are not my views and I apologise for this," the full-back said on Twitter. "I am fully supportive of the manager and my team-mates. We are all giving our everything to improve the results."


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 03, 2018 6:46 pm 
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oloye wrote:
pajimoh wrote:
What is going on at Manure/ Valencia "liking" Maurinho must go post? :shock: :scared:

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Look at how fat United players look, see.Valencia,then you look at Lukaku another fat one. Do they train in that club?

Uncle i hope you will not blame Jose for this too.The players are not serious acting like boxers and not in shape


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 03, 2018 6:51 pm 
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kajifu wrote:
oloye wrote:
pajimoh wrote:
What is going on at Manure/ Valencia "liking" Maurinho must go post? :shock: :scared:

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Look at how fat United players look, see.Valencia,then you look at Lukaku another fat one. Do they train in that club?

Uncle i hope you will not blame Jose for this too.The players are not serious acting like boxers and not in shape

Then the manager should not have played a player with no visible 6 pack...me sef wey don retire almost 30years i still get about 3 left :lol:

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 03, 2018 7:00 pm 
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Summing up the United fan experience at Old Trafford

https://inews.co.uk/sport/football/cham ... ear-doubt/

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There is a unique mood to be found within the stadium of an underachieving big club. Where usually supporters hurry excitedly through turnstiles in anticipation of being entertained, now they traipse with a sense of dread at what will follow. A jovial smile to the season ticket holders around them is replaced by raised eyebrows, sighs and the repeated rhetorical conjecture of which side will turn up this week. Songs and chants, for so long bellowed to bestow adoration upon heroes and thank them for their excellence, now serve as a desperate urge for them to improve. In such circumstances, the typical question has slowly been twisted: “How many will we win by?” becomes “Will we win?”. Success had indoctrinated Manchester United supporters against the fear of failure. Now fear and doubt is all they have. It pours down from the stands in every sigh and groan that meets a misplaced pass or missed chance, and the boos that rained at full-time.

Tuesday night brought that most unusual of Manchester United occurrences: empty seats. Some at kick off and many more by the time a miserable match had ended. They have been in the post for some time. When a pocket of supporters high up in the East Stand sung in support of Jose Mourinho as he rose from the bench, the tune did not catch on. If not all match-going supporters have fully been converted to Mourinho non-believers, most are firm sceptics. Defensive disorganisation

There was at least a will to improve upon Saturday’s fare, but you will note the damnation with faint praise. Marcus Rashford – United’s best player – snapped at the heels of Cristiano Piccini and hit the bar late on as the central midfield pushed higher and pressed harder than it has in weeks. Mourinho insisted in his programme notes that “every player must be exhausted” at the end of every game. You suspect the manager had seen the miserable sprint statistics from the West Ham defeat.

But – and there is always a but or three with this Manchester United – the defensive disorganisation remains. Michy Batshuayi and Rodrigo Moreno, two failed Premier League strikers, were able to receive the ball to feet and turn far too easily. Antonio Valencia was left helpless at right-back as Rodrigo drifted out wide to create an overlap. It was the visitors who created the clearest openings before the final 15 minutes, even if most were wasted. Most disconcertingly, there is a lack of crispness to United’s passing that has become the club’s new norm. Whilst Valencia fizzed the ball into feet and swept cross-field passes to start counter attacks, the home side played at three-quarter tempo, at best. Players take too many touches and fractions of a second too long to make decisions. After his appointment, Mourinho said he needed time to rid the team of their Louis van Gaal sluggishness. It may remain after he has gone.

In the context of the Champions League group, a draw against Valencia is no disaster. Marcelino’s team were soundly beaten at home by Juventus in matchday one even after the sending-off of Cristiano Ronaldo, while Manchester United’s heavy victory in Switzerland means that two draws should probably be sufficient for knockout stage qualification. But such is the severity of Mourinho’s situation, even Champions League qualification is cast as a sideshow. After the draw against Wolves, Mourinho demanded that his fringe players impressed against Derby County; they failed to heed his words. After cup exit, Mourinho demanded an improved performance and result against West Ham; again that demand was not matched. His words fall on demotivated ears. Last chance saloon

The players are not blameless. Every defender has covered themselves in ignominy at one time or another over the last six months. Every attacking player sits on the spectrum of ‘could do better’; Sanchez is closer to ‘could he actually do something?’. But those who accuse these players of downing tools are missing the point. If your boss had publicly accused you and your colleagues of lacking effort and quality as a method of transparent self-preservation having done exactly the same at his previous company, would you be enthused to work at your maximum?

The Champions League is the tumbler of whisky on the rocks in Jose Mourinho’s last-chance saloon, and boy does he need to make that amber liquor last. The Premier League title is out of reach with less than a fifth of the league season played, so the only way that Manchester United can do more than tread water this season is by matching Liverpool’s achievement in reaching the final of Europe’s premier club competition. Everything else – top-four finish, FA Cup victory, quarter-final elimination in Europe – comes with an unflattering comparison to one of United’s peers. That improbable mission would be a daunting prospect even without the deafening clangs of current crisis. Manchester United, that pillar of European football, have won one knockout Champions League match since May 2011, under David Moyes. The lingering question is whether Mourinho even survives long enough to try and emulate Moyes. His critics might suggest that he is already doing a passable impression.

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 03, 2018 8:01 pm 
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pajimoh wrote:
What is going on at Manure/ Valencia "liking" Maurinho must go post? :shock: :scared:

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The guy has apologized on twitter for liking that post. Well well ....



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kajifu wrote:
oloye wrote:
Look at how fat United players look, see.Valencia,then you look at Lukaku another fat one. Do they train in that club?

Uncle i hope you will not blame Jose for this too.The players are not serious acting like boxers and not in shape


Mourinho questioned the guy's professionalism with regards to his shape in pre season, and everyone went mad


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 04, 2018 11:25 am 
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Its Mourinho job to make sure the players are in shape

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PostPosted: Thu Oct 04, 2018 11:51 am 
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Its Mourinho job to make sure the players are in shape

Absolutely. You can complain during preseason if players return in horrible shape but we are already in October. Something is just not right with this clown being in charge at Manchester United. The sluggish movement is not limited to Antonio Valencia, most of them move like pregnant women during matches.

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Its Mourinho job to make sure the players are in shape

Absolutely. You can complain during preseason if players return in horrible shape but we are already in October. Something is just not right with this clown being in charge at Manchester United. The sluggish movement is not limited to Antonio Valencia, most of them move like pregnant women during matches.


yep

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YemiBrazil wrote:
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Its Mourinho job to make sure the players are in shape

Absolutely. You can complain during preseason if players return in horrible shape but we are already in October. Something is just not right with this clown being in charge at Manchester United. The sluggish movement is not limited to Antonio Valencia, most of them move like pregnant women during matches.


Why put in effort when you are already overpaid :taunt:

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reason why we need a new direction

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he's lost confidence
the manager is not inspiring him

5 games sweet o
DNA no good o

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F360 wrote:
This was also after he'd decided rather than congratulate Pogba on the WC win(to the media...since we know Mou loves to use the media for his gain) he decided to say this--- http://www.espn.com/soccer/manchester-u ... d-cup-form


next time...show the ENTIRE clip, not the snippet the media want to use as clickbait

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Now Sanchez wants out from United, the club is in complete disarray, why are they running this club like a 3rd world country?
the board needs to get a grip of the situation, Sanchez was a luxury player that was not needed, the only thing he has done is stifled the growth of rashford and martial, if he was playing well, i could understand but so far has been a total flop!

Those wages are too high, they should look to offload him so they can free up some money for any potential new buys

https://metro.co.uk/2018/10/05/alexis-s ... e-8007900/

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