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We offered DeGea a new deal due to desperation, we dont want to be seen to lose our marque players, Pogba situation is different, he will not sign a new deal and from next year they will have to sell at a cut price deal or risk losing him for free
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Jesse Lingard has been offered a new deal, This is just crazy! new deal for what exactly? the standards have been set so low at united now
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marko wrote:Jesse Lingard has been offered a new deal, This is just crazy! new deal for what exactly? the standards have been set so low at united now
Rashy! Rashy! Rashy!

Jesse! Jesse! jesse!

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metalalloy wrote: Does the SE have Gray, Mahrez or Albrighton on our team or players of their caliber?
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...is a workaholic defensive midfielder. While watching PSG v Real Madrid yesterday, I was struck by the presence of Gueye and Andrew Smith in the PSG team. PSG replaced the departed Rabiot with TWO excellent DMs for a combined total of only 30 million. :shock:

In today's inflated transfer market, getting Smith for free and Gueye for 30 million were absolute bargains. I watched Gueye charging around the pitch doing an excellent impression of Kante and wondered why: 1) Man U let Smith leave, and 2) failed to replace him with Rabiot (free), Gueye (30 million), or Neves (a younger but more expensive option at 50 million maybe).

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wiseone wrote:...is a workaholic defensive midfielder. While watching PSG v Real Madrid yesterday, I was struck by the presence of Gueye and Andrew Smith in the PSG team. PSG replaced the departed Rabiot with TWO excellent DMs for a combined total of only 30 million. :shock:

In today's inflated transfer market, getting Smith for free and Gueye for 30 million were absolute bargains. I watched Gueye charging around the pitch doing an excellent impression of Kante and wondered why: 1) Man U let Smith leave, and 2) failed to replace him with Rabiot (free), Gueye (30 million), or Neves (a younger but more expensive option at 50 million maybe).

benteke wrote: What Manchester United needs yesterday
Man of the Match.

He was in England for how many years and so called big clubs were busy buying Xhaka, El Neny, Matic etc etc.
metalalloy wrote: Does the SE have Gray, Mahrez or Albrighton on our team or players of their caliber?
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wiseone wrote:...is a workaholic defensive midfielder. While watching PSG v Real Madrid yesterday, I was struck by the presence of Gueye and Andrew Smith in the PSG team. PSG replaced the departed Rabiot with TWO excellent DMs for a combined total of only 30 million. :shock:

In today's inflated transfer market, getting Smith for free and Gueye for 30 million were absolute bargains. I watched Gueye charging around the pitch doing an excellent impression of Kante and wondered why: 1) Man U let Smith leave, and 2) failed to replace him with Rabiot (free), Gueye (30 million), or Neves (a younger but more expensive option at 50 million maybe).

benteke wrote: What Manchester United needs yesterday
PSG has a director of football, so they can make such moves.
Until United gets one, we will always wonder they make certain decisions.
And it's not even guaranteed they will get the correct DoF if they finally decide to do so, that board never ceases to amaze :biggrin:
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Hopefully they dont go for the old boy network or i will really switch off
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Rashford could have scored 2 by now! Rather wasteful
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marko wrote:Hopefully they dont go for the old boy network or i will really switch off
You know where it's going don't you :biggrin:
You can feel it, i don't blame those who say Fergie is still pulling the strings
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marko wrote:Rashford could have scored 2 by now! Rather wasteful
Rashy! Rashy! Rashy! :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:
metalalloy wrote: Does the SE have Gray, Mahrez or Albrighton on our team or players of their caliber?
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United are too static, too predictable, not creating chances
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marko wrote:United are too static, too predictable, not creating chances
Mourinho noted correctly after the 4-0 win against Chelsea, that United will struggle going forward without a pure no.9 striker, he talked about the low block or something.
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marko wrote:United are too static, too predictable, not creating chances
Mourinho noted correctly after the 4-0 win against Chelsea, that United will struggle going forward without a pure no.9 striker, he talked about the low block or something.
That 4 nill was a fluke
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marko wrote:United are too static, too predictable, not creating chances
Mourinho noted correctly after the 4-0 win against Chelsea, that United will struggle going forward without a pure no.9 striker, he talked about the low block or something.
That 4-0 is a true reflection of how bad Chelski is. There will be a few repeats of said scoreline over the season. Buckle up Chelski fans.
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Bigpokey24 wrote:
benteke wrote:
marko wrote:United are too static, too predictable, not creating chances
Mourinho noted correctly after the 4-0 win against Chelsea, that United will struggle going forward without a pure no.9 striker, he talked about the low block or something.
That 4 nill was a fluke
There are no flukes in football, or in life rather
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United were predictable, they should have gone more direct, play the ball to Gomes feet rather than go through the flanks, we dont score goals from headers so what was really the point, the buildup was slow, by the time the ball got to the final 3rd, all Astana players were behind the ball, you could see Gomes, small in stature but he is the type of player that can use that quick turn, quick one-twos, when Greenwood moved through the middle, thats when he created that opportunity and a well taken goal

Right team to play but game plan by OGS was poor! when he saw that predictable pattern, he should be up on his feet and told his players to be more direct, at least Gomes was getting us fouls!

sometimes its tactics rather than team selection that can cost games!
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marko wrote:United were predictable, they should have gone more direct, play the ball to Gomes feet rather than go through the flanks, we dont score goals from headers so what was really the point, the buildup was slow, by the time the ball got to the final 3rd, all Astana players were behind the ball, you could see Gomes, small in stature but he is the type of player that can use that quick turn, quick one-twos, when Greenwood moved through the middle, thats when he created that opportunity and a well taken goal

Right team to play but game plan by OGS was poor! when he saw that predictable pattern, he should be up on his feet and told his players to be more direct, at least Gomes was getting us fouls!

sometimes its tactics rather than team selection that can cost games!
All caused by Mourinho! Now OGS is at the wheel playing the type of football with the team you said is good enough to do wonders :)
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marko wrote:United were predictable, they should have gone more direct, play the ball to Gomes feet rather than go through the flanks, we dont score goals from headers so what was really the point, the buildup was slow, by the time the ball got to the final 3rd, all Astana players were behind the ball, you could see Gomes, small in stature but he is the type of player that can use that quick turn, quick one-twos, when Greenwood moved through the middle, thats when he created that opportunity and a well taken goal

Right team to play but game plan by OGS was poor! when he saw that predictable pattern, he should be up on his feet and told his players to be more direct, at least Gomes was getting us fouls!

sometimes its tactics rather than team selection that can cost games!
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wanaj0 wrote:
marko wrote:United were predictable, they should have gone more direct, play the ball to Gomes feet rather than go through the flanks, we dont score goals from headers so what was really the point, the buildup was slow, by the time the ball got to the final 3rd, all Astana players were behind the ball, you could see Gomes, small in stature but he is the type of player that can use that quick turn, quick one-twos, when Greenwood moved through the middle, thats when he created that opportunity and a well taken goal

Right team to play but game plan by OGS was poor! when he saw that predictable pattern, he should be up on his feet and told his players to be more direct, at least Gomes was getting us fouls!

sometimes its tactics rather than team selection that can cost games!
All caused by Mourinho! Now OGS is at the wheel playing the type of football with the team you said is good enough to do wonders :)
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Marko and Wiseone .

What is Ole's style of football.
He has been around since Mourinho was sacked in December.
Help me lads
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