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Old 17-03-2014, 06:22 PM
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Seems like a good time to let the other thread die, given the problems wth it not opening, pages missing etc

Ditto other threads like liverpool and arsenal, but I'll leave that to their fans.

Worked well for the Cork hurlers thread.
nah man ill keep the other one going just to piss you off
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Old 17-03-2014, 06:25 PM
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United should do all in there power to try and get Klopp.
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Old 17-03-2014, 06:35 PM
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It's rubbish you make your own luck I.e. Pens

United under moyes don't deserve luck that they made under fergie by throwing the kitchen sink at teams when losing

Yesterday they were pissing about changing throw takers when 2 down at home to Liverpool

No urgency

No shots

Not even a chance of a lucky break because they didn't deserve it

Those soft pens were mostly deserved and came from trying to penetrate etc
Liverpool could have had yet another peno in the first few minutes when Faillaini fell in knee first on Suarez's foot, fair play to Suarez for staying on his feet.
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Old 17-03-2014, 07:05 PM
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nah man ill keep the other one going just to piss you off
Who the fuck are you?

Some morons forum non entity?
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Old 17-03-2014, 07:15 PM
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Lads, ye need to get that imposter out of there asap before there is long term damage done. You can see he has lost the confidence of the players already and the fans will turn soon enough.
If the players continue to lose confidence in themselves then the next manager will have a tough time turning it around also. I know I should be saying #Moyesin but all jokes aside, he's a disaster.
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Old 17-03-2014, 07:38 PM
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Agreed, Sunderland at home was another low point.

I was prepared to give Moyes the benefit of the doubt but it's now obvious to even the most diehard supporters that he isn't good enough. To take a championship winning team to seventh is hopeless. People keep trotting out that Ferguson was given time but that was a different era and Uniteds realistic expectations of success were significantly lower.

I think there will be longterm damage to the club should this shambles be allowed to continue.
I hope this continues...........
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Old 17-03-2014, 07:42 PM
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Agreed

But

Flanagan should have been off too he made a good 7 or 8 fouls

And had the gerrard challenge been Made by a foreigner it could have been red

But even if United had 15 extra players they would have lost

Comfortably

Fair play to liverpool they best united in about 2nd gear which is good for them and an indictment of the reds
What Gerrard challenge..the one he clearly went and won a header with eyes on ball, no intention just pure strenght, blew his own teammate out of it too... .....phil jones was lucky on his challenge on gerrard in first few mins..hes a ticking bomb totally reckless and as souee said hes got doubts about him, doesnt stay on his feet bad sign for a defender.
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Old 17-03-2014, 07:46 PM
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Agreed

But

Flanagan should have been off too he made a good 7 or 8 fouls

And had the gerrard challenge been Made by a foreigner it could have been red

But even if United had 15 extra players they would have lost

Comfortably

Fair play to liverpool they best united in about 2nd gear which is good for them and an indictment of the reds
Considering Rafaels being at this gig at senior level a tad longer than Flano, youd expect him to be a bit better, but flano looks to me like hes has the makings of a more solid defender. Hes a local lad so like your neville will always be a bit more fiery for this and everton games but by and large hes been far better in his play, temperment than the brazilian fella this season.
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Old 17-03-2014, 08:38 PM
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oh god that was enjoyable. Imagine what a really top team like us are going to do these maggots when we get a hold of them, it could be 10, it could be anything
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Old 17-03-2014, 09:04 PM
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I'd love to know what Phil Neville actually does
He could do with listening to his brother.

He called Moyes' tactical cock-up after about 10 mins (..who is struggling to hold his distain for Moyes at bay).

It took the chosen one ~75mins (!!) to react, to little effect.

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