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Have high hopes for this lad...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kqzlKyiPexs

Next season would be extremely hard for him to get proper consistent game time here which is why i hope he gets a loan move to a PL team.
Don't you think it will be best if we intergrate him into the team?

We are short of midfielders next season and it won't be easy attracting the world best midfielders.
a cf imo, i think we should let him play hi natural position instead of forcing him into midfield.

he kind of reminds me of michu honestly. shame we are overstocked in the forward areas

roo, rvp
chicha, danny
powell, wilson
henriquez, so on and so forth
The problem with integrating him in our midfield next season is first and foremost he has never played in midfield. The position he has excelled at Wigan and at Crewe were at no10 and sometimes no9. So he hardly has any experience playing any deeper than those positions.

So putting him into our most vulnerable position and hoping he can turn into a proper CM overnight is not the right way to go. Eventually he might become a CM but at the moment we can't afford any more experimentation with the midfield.

I want him to get minutes every week and he won't get here no matter the position. Also he lacks energy and legs to start in CM for us and seeing how we already lack that putting him in there would compound our problem.
Line up prediction

score and scorers
http://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/sport/football/transfer-news/manchester-united-offer-trial-barefoot-7008088#.U1GMOtyOXsc.facebook

16 year old boy from the slums of kolkata handed United trial.
+1
Saw that really thought it was a nice touch to show we go all over the world to scout some young upcoming prospects if he ends becoming a star all newspapers would say.From The Slum Of Kolkata To Dream Billionaire Real Madrid (yep real madrid to become billionaires)
Touching story!!! Hope the kid makes it...
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Smfh
+6
Listen, I just gotta say one thing: punctuation marks
Januzaj, is that you?
+3
Someone takeaway the posting right of this kid...my head hurts reading his incoherent comments.
+2
doesnt can write well
+1
@MU4E - i thought the same thing!
that better?
http://injuryleague.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/manchester-united.jpg

Puts things into perspective that....most of our top performers from the title winning season out injured in the biggest transition year in club history. That is and would remain the biggest factor contributing to our tumultuous season.

Rectify that, reinforce new players in positions of need and try to be more brave with tactics and we should be back where we belong.
+2
I agree...Whether David Moyes is the man to achieve that however, remains to be seen.
yeah i've been trying to say this for a while now, but the graphic is a lot more concise. our injury record has been miserable this season. form wise, rvp carrick evans evra rio rafa all had great seasons last year bu they've all struggled for form and fitness this year and it's a big reason we're in 7th.
Elsewhere.
Roger beats Djoko in Monte Carlo. All Swiss Final. Common Feddie.
'Feddie' got lucky Djokovic was injured
+5
right. do u really believe that?
left. if i didn't, i wouldn't have said it
I dont follow tennis anymore... or any other sports... Maybe I'm just too sad because of United. ... or I 'm just too busy lol

Come on Stan!
then you're wrong. its become customary among tennis players to start acting as if they're injured once they start losing. thats why i don't like djoko or nadal. federer never does that. at least I've never seen him do that. and I've been playing and watching tennis for the last 18 years.
If the fluke Diverspool finished top at the end of the season the next consequences of overachieving should result in the sacking of manager.
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http://cdn.memegenerator.net/instances/400x/25004159.jpg
+2
All I do see this guy trash talk most of the time, give them a respect they deserved even if it our rival
I blame david moyes
+3
I blame SAF retiring. Lol
+1
I've said this before and i'll say it again Fergie would had cleaned up the league by now...absolutely no consistency among title challenging teams and he was the master at turning that into his advantage.
+3
Fergies coming out of retirement if Liverpool win it.

He won't be standing for this, dodgy hip and in his 70's or not the old bastard has got plenty of fight left in him.

No but in all seriousness i think Fergies retirement has lifted some kind of mental handicap off LFC, i think they got to a point where they never thought they were going to beat him to a PL title and they never did.

Weird how they're set to win one totally out of the blue straight after his retirement, who would have predicted a Liverpool title challenge in the summer after a 7th place finish and they didn't exactly sign any top players neither.

Its in the stars for them, you've just got to say it, might finally be their year.
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Damn... Mourinhos first defeat at Stamford Bridge.

Looking at Chelseas record against the countries better sides they should have had the thing won by now, Chelsea and City have totally bottled it.

You've got to say its in the stars for Liverpool to win the league, who would have guessed that dead bottom Sunderland would get a draw and a win at the Etihad and Stamford Bridge? Absolutely mental when you think about it. Not to mention that Wickham had like 1 goal in 37 league games before going to the Etihad and Stamford Bridge and he scores against both lmao.

Citys complacency and naivety away from home combined with Chelseas lack of firepower and silly results against lower table sides has all but handed Liverpool the league. Credit to Liverpool though they've done brilliantly.

If Liverpool bottle this they will never get over it mentally, they're never going to get an easier chance to win the league, this season has been so unique and just plain bat s**t crazy.

I agree with SiF as well, its a damn shame we're not in the mix, dodgiest PL season ever lol.
chelsea's problems this season:

beat the big teams drop some points against the small teams.
That penalty was soft but chelsea was poor today and have been for the last few games. City on the other end just crumbled under pressure but Liverpool have just kept winning. They have been fortunate to be not involved in any other major competition though.
the fa really want liverpool to win the league
+1
Liverpool deserve it this season. Still think liverpool will slip up once this season, but neither city nor chelsea will be there to take advantage.
+13
Cant say I'm surprised, Skysports is taken over by ex Liverpool players lol. Just when I had hopes for Chelsea.
+1
Did you see at the end Mike Dean almost assisted a sunderland counter attack goal
+1
Top of the table in penalties given, total of 12, behind them are City and Chelsea 7. Almost double the amount... its ridiculous.
+1
Lets not be ungracious here.

Sure they've had the breaks in the last couple of month when they've needed them and they've had a lot of pens this season but they deserve the title.

Highest scoring team and despite the rivalry its nice for Gerrard and a good story to go from 7th to 1st. Fair play to them.

Sure their fans might be insufferable and entitled at times and absolutely bitter when it comes to United but we don't need to behave like they have.

Lets be the bigger men here fellas, if they win it, so be it, congratulate them and lets use it as fuel for next season :D
+18
^and the best united fan award goes to .. !

Great to see such a nice comment, and i am not sure yet that we will win the league, but one thing i am sure about is Manchester United is gonna come back strong next season.
Yes we hate each other, but the Higher thing is we both love our respective clubs alot, we are probably the only two clubs who have seen very very bad times , but always come back stronger.

Cheers.
+11
@Ashup78

If there is one positive to be taken from Liverpool's potential title win this season is that you finished 7th last year and despite the plaudits he is getting now there was major doubts over Rodgers especially after signings like Allen etc.

Maybe Moyes can mimic Rogers and come back strong next season and challenge for the title, he hasn't become a mediocre manager overnight anyway.

Its weird how much Rodgers debut season at Liverpool has mimicked Moyes at United, similar league finish, doubts over them in the transfer market (Allen/Fellaini) and a lot of bad luck as well.

We can look at it as a positive in some ways that a team can jump from 7th to 1st in the space of one season.
+2
I agree with Jason. Any team who win the league they earn it. I am sad and heartbroken with our current state so I guess I almost dont care if Liverpool win it...or city or chelsea...

I'm surprised though that Mou couldnt wrap the league by now.
Whose jason ? o.O

uh , okay i got it.


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51
42
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24
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41
26
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6
23
35
2
71
54
34
88
6
5
22
33
3
67
18
41
59
7
7
20
34
4
66
21
34
55
6
9
19
34
5
63
2
49
51
10
6
19
35
6
57
18
38
56
10
6
17
33
7
49
5
45
50
12
10
13
35
8
46
-15
54
39
17
4
14
35
9
44
-10
49
39
13
11
11
35
10
43
-13
41
28
18
4
13
35
11
37
-10
48
38
18
7
10
35
12
36
-4
51
47
17
9
9
35
13
36
-6
40
34
17
6
10
33
14
35
-14
49
35
17
8
9
34
15
33
-11
51
40
12
15
6
33
16
32
-27
53
26
18
8
8
34
17
30
-34
65
31
19
9
7
35
18
30
-42
77
35
23
3
9
35
19
29
-24
57
33
19
8
7
34
20
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14
9
3
12
0
2
4
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10
9
2
1
3
6
2
8
1
6
7
2
2
2
6
3
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