Jamie has signed off...
Real Madrid fans have been booing Ronaldo - can you see a return to United?
Do you have any insight on why Janujaz isn't starting by default at the moment? Yes Moyes was left a weak squad and yes give him time to establish himself... but leaving our most exciting player out so often and picking regular under-performers (Fellaini) makes me think he's using this time to establishing himself as rubbish.
Will Nick Powell return to United next year and if so, where will he fit in given the amount of players who can play behind the striker (Rooney, Mata, Kagawa, Januzaj, Fellani)?
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Hi Jamie, Do you think Klopp would have done a better job so far if he'd been in charge since the summer at United?
Have Mata and Fellaini not worked due to them not being good enough or due to poor deployment by Moyes, or both?
I heard a rumour at the start of the season that Ronaldo was all but signed by Fergie. Moyes only needed to speak to the lad to finish up the deal but he refused as he was on holiday. Anything in this?
I ask because, in the context of this game, it feels like Moyes' (considerable) shortcomings are irrelevant, and the inevitable plethora of critical articles about him that you and Daniel will produce will be, for once, unjustified.
Do you think Moyes will start with Welbeck and Januzaj in the flanks?. Valencia may do better a job of covering the defence when the right-back goes to attack. But don't do you think Moyes will opt for pace rather than an experienced Valencia?
There's been lots of talk of crossing since he arrived at Man Utd and of defensive rigidness before he came, but do you know (or think you know) what David Moyes' philosophy is? It's often said that fans should stick with Moyes so he can create a team that reflects his intentions, but do you have an inkling of what those are? It has all seemed a bit random so far. Rodgers, Wenger, Mourinho, Pellegrini; there are varying degrees of nuance and adaption but we tend to know roughly what they are about by comparison.
Does the loss of Thiago actually affect the outcome of this game?
Hi Jamie. Will Moyes opt for a very cautious approach tonight in which he might deploy the ultra-defensive style or will he be brave and go for a fluid attacking approach using the pace of Welbeck and Rooney?
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Jon Louison asks:
Does it look like that Toni Kroos will join with Man Utd in the summer?
Jamie will be here from 1pm BST
Good afternoon. Jamie will be online from 1pm, but in the meantime here are some of our Champions League previews:
- David Moyes is considering calling time on Ryan Giggs' glittering Manchester United playing career. The manager may wait until the end of the season before deciding whether to offer a new one-year deal to the 40-year-old, although it is understood there is no guarantee Moyes will do so. Continue reading
- Samuel Kuffour has clearly not forgotten Camp Nou. Indeed he spends a lot of time trying to forget it. Fifteen years on from the former Bayern Munich defender's tears on Barcelona's famous turf and he has still refused to watch a video of the 1999 Champions League final. It is difficult to blame him, given the circumstances. Continue reading
- The Bayern Munich chairman, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, has said that there is no chance of Toni Kroos leaving the club in the summer, ending any hopes Manchester United and David Moyes had of signing the player this year. "Toni Kroos is sure to play in a Bayern Munich shirt next year as well," Rummenigge told reporters before flying to Manchester on Monday morning. Continue reading
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