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YemiBrazil wrote:This mumu Ole just sabi how to shut everybody up - see as this place just quiet after such a big match. He can frustrate the hell out of you but what can one say when he shows up like this? He will get it right today then overuse his key players and make silly tactical decisions the next match.

Well for now, I join all of us silenced by Ole in saying tomorrow is another day :mrgreen:

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United fans even celebrate with a nervous twitch nowadays.

But one mystery is why Ole does not start the Dutch boy Donny Van De Beek.
Ole is will finish United fans' hairlines
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YemiBrazil wrote:This mumu Ole just sabi how to shut everybody up - see as this place just quiet after such a big match. He can frustrate the hell out of you but what can one say when he shows up like this? He will get it right today then overuse his key players and make silly tactical decisions the next match.

Well for now, I join all of us silenced by Ole in saying tomorrow is another day :mrgreen:
That should tell you what really makes them happy. All the fake fans dem :taunt: :taunt: . They know themselves
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OGS is not consistent as a coach, personally, i want him out of united! This season, there are at least 9-10 strong teams that could finish in the top 5, we have Liverpool, City, Everton, Leicester, Wolves, Tottenham, United, Arsenal, Leeds, Chelsea, even teams like Villa, Sheffield united are getting stronger, the key word is consistency and i do not think OGS has it in him
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Ole doing his thing again making his team look like they are on gear 1 despite a glaring capacity to reach gear 4. He enjoys pain & that's why he keeps playing Dan James alongside Rashford. Move Rashford to the left & bring in Ighalo - Chelsea are obviously hoping for the best here with a containment strategy & Ole is helping them so far. Maguire is another cross he is carrying. Well he is not sharing his paycheck with anyone here so let him lay his bed his way.
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YemiBrazil wrote:Ole doing his thing again making his team look like they are on gear 1 despite a glaring capacity to reach gear 4. He enjoys pain & that's why he keeps playing Dan James alongside Rashford. Move Rashford to the left & bring in Ighalo - Chelsea are obviously hoping for the best here with a containment strategy & Ole is helping them so far. Maguire is another cross he is carrying. Well he is not sharing his paycheck with anyone here so let him lay his bed his way.
When Chelsea score that's when he will start trying to do the basic obvious stuff.

He is back to Maguire
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marko wrote:OGS is not consistent as a coach, personally, i want him out of united! This season, there are at least 9-10 strong teams that could finish in the top 5, we have Liverpool, City, Everton, Leicester, Wolves, Tottenham, United, Arsenal, Leeds, Chelsea, even teams like Villa, Sheffield united are getting stronger, the key word is consistency and i do not think OGS has it in him
Just like i said, not consistent!
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Biggest problem with Tuanzebe and Bailly is their fragile bodies. I cannot remember the last time either of them played 3 games in a row without breaking down and getting injured. When you add those two to Mark Red and Phil Jones who spend more time on the treatment table than playing for the team, it is no surprise MU have so many defensive problems.

IF AWB, Bailly, and Tuanzebe can stay fit enough to play 30-40 games a season each, then with DDG or Henderson in goal, that will be a proper defence.
YemiBrazil wrote: Yes you've always been right on this. If only Tuanzebe and Bailly can stay fit then you have a team that won't disappoint.
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wiseone wrote:Biggest problem with Tuanzebe and Bailly is their fragile bodies. I cannot remember the last time either of them played 3 games in a row without breaking down and getting injured. When you add those two to Mark Red and Phil Jones who spend more time on treatment table than playing for the team, it is no surprise MU have so many defensive problems.

IF AWB, Bailly, and Tuanzebe can stay fit enough to play 30-40 games a season each, then with DDG or Henderson in goal, that will be a proper defence.
YemiBrazil wrote: Yes you've always been right on this. If only Tuanzebe and Bailly can stay fit then you have a team that won't disappoint.
yes i accept we do have injury prone players, if Bailly cannot stay fot this season, we should consider selling him, at the same time, why do we have too many injury prone players?
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Bailly, Jones, Mark Red, Tuanzebe, and before them: Rafael, Fabio, Rio, Wes Brown, and Jonny Evans. MUFC has a long and proud history of defenders with bodies ads fragile as poppadoms.
marko wrote: yes i accept we do have injury prone players, if Bailly cannot stay fot this season, we should consider selling him, at the same time, why do we have too many injury prone players?
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wiseone wrote:Bailly, Jones, Mark Red, Tuanzebe, and before them: Rafael, Fabio, Rio, Wes Brown, and Jonny Evans. MUFC has a long and proud history of defenders with bodies ads fragile as poppadoms.
marko wrote: yes i accept we do have injury prone players, if Bailly cannot stay fot this season, we should consider selling him, at the same time, why do we have too many injury prone players?
Is that an indictment on our medical team or lack of adequate medical facilities? Training methods? Why are so many players dropping? Happened to Martial, Pogba, Rashford
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There you go, a good game from United today.
Ole tried something new for midfield and even started Van De Beek.
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Ruthless!!!

Ole don shut me up with better backhand slap... and I'm happy :D

Rashy! Rashy! Rashy!
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YemiBrazil wrote:Ruthless!!!

Ole don shut me up with better backhand slap... and I'm happy :D

Rashy! Rashy! Rashy!
United have the players for champions league, premkership is totally different, Omce Rashford comnects, its going in
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Our kids can't stand the roughness of the kick and rush EPL. See how they play with style in Europe. First PSG then Red Bull :clap:
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Will you guys do the right thing and replicate this same anguish this weekend? please? :D
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danfo driver wrote:Will you guys do the right thing and replicate this same anguish this weekend? please? :D
Rashy! Rashy! Rashy!! :D
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Premiership is a different ball game!
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marko wrote:Premiership is a different ball game!
Your players decide when to show up and when to just stroll around.
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marko wrote:Premiership is a different ball game!
Arsenal wil be a very tricky game.
Ole may try to approach it like the Chelsea game, and if Arsenal score first then disaster
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Ole says Phil Jones should be fit to play...in December. As a reminder, Jones (an employee of a Premier League club) has played 2 Premier League games in the last 2 years.

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wiseone wrote:Ole says Phil Jones should be fit to play...in December. As a reminder, Jones (an employee of a Premier League club) has played 2 Premier League games in the last 2 years.

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benteke wrote:
marko wrote:Premiership is a different ball game!
Arsenal wil be a very tricky game.
Ole may try to approach it like the Chelsea game, and if Arsenal score first then disaster
If you guys cant beat this poor Arsenal team then Manu might not finish in top 7 this season.
I just hope Manu dont show up today
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