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Sevilla away will be tough. Hoping for a scoring draw.
Wigan won the FA cup by beating City and now they go knock them out lol
They better come back to PL :P
yea quadruple, my ass.
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I'm sure you're speaking about the pundits, as you'll never see a City fan talking about doing a quadruple unless it's probably a new fan.
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I would be very concerned if they all fit.
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Amazing people think this hurts city fans. Haven't heard a single fan seriously consider it. Neither do I expect a treble. We're not all arrogant fools.
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https://mobile.twitter.com/City_Watch/status/964562603447144449
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^ lmao, never seen such a proper rebuttal before
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Thats every city fan in the world who voted
"unless it's a new fan", lmao.....
In for all competition: We are going for quadruple
Knocked out of one competition: We never said it

Stop making excuses cowards lmao
hope arsenal can smash them in the league cup final
hope we don't get to see this Smalling/Jones combo again now that Bailly is back.

Lindelof was pretty good yesterday but need to see him against a tougher opponent.
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The beauty of playing 433, it made Smalling look like a god.

Nothing came through the middle.It was so well protected by the 3 midfield trio, everything was crossed in through their right flank. All that,the tall man had to do was to put his head in front of the ball, too easy defending.

Great to see Carrick complete a full match after a long long absence. Great goals by Lukaku. A clinical and very professional win.
They had few chances in the first half isn`t it? We could have conceded 2 or 3 goals easily. Glad Baily is back.
Smalling did play well, he did most of Lindelof's part as well. His marking and clearance improved. Hope it isn't one-off thing and actually learned from Newcastle game :P
We played 4-3-3 vs Newcastle too. Lingard was playing #8 as well as pogba, on either side of Matic playing #6.

Maybe the difference here is we had 3 CM so we had a better shape. Lingard isn't a cm but it also wasn't his fault we lost, we had chances earlier that we should have taken. We did look clueless after we were a goal down though, needed more composure.
Yes,3 natural 3 CM's .. Lingard's role is anonymous. He plays 3-4 positions in 1 single match.
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The only two difference between yesterday and the game against Newcastle was Smalling did a 180 on his performance and Lukaku scoring the 1v1s when Sanchez and Martial both missed.
Lingard doesnt have a fixed position, he roams all over the place. It is a double edged sword.
We somehow managed a win lol. Luka as always doing good against a s**t team. They had more shots and possession, and we are MU, but will take it move on. As long as we win...I have given up on winning MU way...we are not going to have that with Mou.
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What do you mean we somehow managed a win? Romero was not tested at all, their shots and possession meant nothing. On the other hand, our counter attack were great.
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Last time Huddersfield played against us at OT, they parked the bus all game and hence they lost that match without putting up even a fight. Jose knew that this time at home, Huddersfield who were on a great scoring run will come out all guns blazing. What he did, fielded in 3 defensive minded(or the only midfielders available). There were no gaps through the middle, no passing options, everything was closed down. They were forced to play through the flanks and all they did was cross, cross and cross all day. Our defenders had a field day. All they had to do was mark the forwards as the midfield runners were taken care by the midfield 3, and just head the ball away. Simple as that.

We were set up to play counter attack, 3 goals via counter attack.No luck involved there. A very well organized win.
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Lol what a day. Congrats on Mou shutting down Huddersfield Community and setting up to counter attack them because they are a free scoring team.
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do one sanchez mate , noone asked for ur input
Stop being a loser @SanchezAlexis. We don't typically play to dominate opponents away from home, we are set up to play on the counter by nature of our squad. When it works, should we cry? Get a grip of reality bro. At any rate, it doesn't matter we won and are into the QF so job done.
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Obsessed with Mourinho much?? LOL
Damn so many hurt fans by one comment lol. Nothing wrong with playing counter but Wenrooney made it sound like you guys just did an impossible task and how impressive it was to shut down a free scoring Huddersfield. I expect United to dominate them whether it's counter or possession football.
@sanchezalexis....lol..i wasn't glorifying it. I was just replying to the OP that how it wasn't a lucky win but rather a very professional and organized win, that's when you decided to drop your 2 cents... And rest is history....
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What are your eyes reading lol
SIF - I agree with all your points except for " we are set up to play on the counter by nature of our squad".

Jose has signed players and set-up the squad like that. Nature of the squad is basically his ideology having signed players he wanted over 3 transfer windows.

It is absolutely fine as long as you guys win. But, you have to accept the fact that no matter what squad you give approach wont change
brighton next. not bad draw. at home too.
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Puts us in a good position to get to the semi's :)
yeah then it will be tough as most likely it will be us city chelsea and spurs
+1
Lukaku was decent. Good overall performance despite being wasteful. Hopefully we can play more clinically next week. 21 goals so far in all competitions. Love him or hate him, he is scoring his fair share of goals. If he gets to 30 it would be a great season for him. Just need more out of him in the biggest games but that can be said for most of our players
hes not the problem. he is doing his job and as you see he scores when he gets service. problem is soft defense and pogba hugging the ball and not controlling the mid. he should learn from carrick how to release ball quickly and accurately.
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Lukaku gets plenty of hate on this page, I was intentionally highlighting his good performance.

Pogba didn't even play today, can't catch a break I suppose. Players have good and bad form, he is bad right now but it's just temporary, when he is back to form no one complains 🤷🏿‍♂️
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Pogba will come back good. Like all players all he needs is bit of love and motivation and right instructions from the manager. Pogba is human as well.
he is human but some of our players take for granted what it means to play for man united. and thats the issue i have. pogba strolls around the pitch without showing much responsibility and that irks me. he lacks maturity, intelligence etc and needs to put it right quick. he lukaku sanchez jointly need to inspire others like marsial and rashford to kick on and thats not happening
I think that comes down to us not having a proper leader in the team. Who's there to shout about and getting their heads straight up when they are doing something wrong or lacklustre. Where is the Keano, Vidic or Rio??

Valencia is our captain, but let's be true, he's no leader. He is the captain only because of his long service and loyalty.He hardly barks any orders. Smalling and Jones , our most senior player, and their position itself is not guaranteed. So, our players on the pitch is like a classroom full of kids with no teacher. They are free to do whatever they like.
Valencia is captain of Ecuador... He at least has leadership experience. For years, he ran our offense, and for a few of those years he was our most dangerous player. He is not a vocal leader, doesn't mean he isn't s leader. He is apparently one of the hardest trainers, always for and always in the gym. He has great work ethic, that is a type of leadership itself, leading by work ethic as an example.
Valencia is the most quiet guy on the field and does he even speak English? He always speak Spanish in his interviews. Vocal leader who speaks up is very important, try name one well known mute leader present or past. Even Carrick and DDG arent vocal enough, they dont shout at players to keep them focused like most of our past captains do. We often go on a downward spiral because we dont have a vocal leader. Who will recall Valencia's hard work during a game? He will only continue to work hard alone if he doesnt speak up and wake up the players. Leading by example doesnt have the immediate effect like leading by vocal does.

Also, he wont be a good defensive leader alone when he is always the one playing opposition on-side. Keeping offside line is a leader's duty and he has no awareness for that. Forget about leader for the whole team.
Captain doesn't mean leader of defense. Rio was never captain but he was the vocal leader in the pitch. The leadership for keeping the line is often from the CB. You need more than one person on the pitch as a leader for various roles, the captain on the night does not assume all the responsibilities on the pitch. He is supposed to rely the coach's instructions, and intercede between players and refs, players and each other, etc. Other tactical roles are taken by others as needed
Valencia is the captain of our team and wears the captain's armband. He works hard, trains hard, has a very good work ethic, a perfect role model for any player to look upto.But when under cosh, under heavy pressure , you need a vocal commander. Someone to really bark orders..

Prime example, game against Leicester city.We played with the injured Smalling for the last 7-8 minutes, hence conceded a last minute goal. Our quiet rolemodel captain was too quiet at that time. So you really need a vocal leader as well in the team, other than the captain if not himself.

Never seen Valencia rally the troop ever when 1 or 2 goals down, or organizing the team when holding a tight lead, shout at anyone when they are being careless or taking it too easy. Again, this is not his criticism, he is true to his nature and I respect him as our captain.

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Rio was our vice captain and Vidic was our captain. They are both vocal and they will scream at players if something is not right. So did Keane, Cantona, even Rooney. They dont go quiet and just work hard on their own game. They bring the team together with their voice on the pitch. That is the only way to change team mates in a game with immediate effect.
We did improve in the second half, but when teams commit to cutting off our passing lanes we look lost. Could hardly get out of the half in the first 45 minutes. Some individual combo quality got us through
Huddersfield also dropped off in the second half, there's no way they could keep up the pressing they had on us in the first half.
I want Gomes 😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭
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Bailly at 92 minutes. I'm done.

There was a chant for Gomes from the fans!
loss of words lol


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