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So for me:

Player of the season: David de Gea - nothing to say. His performances speak for himself. Closely followed by Martial thought.

Goal of the season: Lingard v Chelsea. Build up and finishing just perfect. EVven thought Lingard's finishing is poor at times lol.

Closely followed by Martial v Liverpool and Mata v Southampton (would have been my no.1 if only Memphis had scored on the first attempt.)

What are yours guys ?
Villareal just scored in the dying seconds of the game - pretty harsh.
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Yeah been pretty even the whole game, but what a team move that was for the goal.
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Lol oops
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Hars = back to reality
Liverpool game just starting. Im sure its been discussed here before,If we look at what Klopp did there. Could we assume that we would be in a better place with him in charge.Did we miss that boat!Hes so positive.Shame on us for not getting Klopp. We would win a lot of s**t and he stays for a long time
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No, he said he doesn't want to manage a top club when he was set to leave dortmund.
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Don't get me wrong, I like the style that Klopp has his teams play and he is without a doubt a good manager. But, while it worked at Dortmund, success is not guaranteed anywhere. So can we assume we'd be in a better place with him in charge? No, we can't.
I don't admire liverpool regardless of how 'well' they are doing on a game to game basis, sorry
We wanted him. He didn't want to leave Dortmund at the time iirc
yeah it seems this dortmund side is at it's end. klopp's gone, goetze left, lewandowski's left, hummels is leaving for bayern (confirmed by dortmund officials). gundogan is looking set to join city. i would enquire about henrihk, he has been their best player this season imo (next to gundogan and hummels and auba in importance to their attack).
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Hummels to Bayern? Wow that's crushing. Whatever happened to Reus?
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Wait, why not enquire about Auba instead?
Because Auba's been great for them but you never really hear much about Reus anymore, it's like he fizzed out after being the world's hottest property a few years back.
Rumor that Gotze might be heading back to Dortmund though.
i think if reus was to leave it would have happened by now. also a bit injury prone
mkhitaryan is the only one id go for. we can get better then auba. reus and gotze are mehh for me
liverpool defender - 30 days for failing a drugs test.

united defender, eight months for missing a drugs test, even though he called and said 'i forgot, i'll take it in an hour' and provided a sample the very next day.

unbelievable.
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It's a provisional ban until his hearing...
Sakho is gonna get more at his trial.

Also the entire point of a drug test is its element of surprise. Within a day, substances could be too hard to detect. So if you are going to let people delay handing in their sample you might as well do away with drug tests altogether.
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30 days is just to stop him playing this season. he will be getting a much longer ban once they reach a final verdict
to put it simply, in the case of doping, delay is equivalent to destroying evidence.
that's good then. nice to see you liverpool fans.
btw, the element of surprise has nothing to do with it lol, you're told in advance and drugs don't leave your system for awhile.
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Not for union employees in the US, you aren't told in advance. It is randomized and impromptu. Also, 'drugs don't leave your system for a while' is a vague statement. Sure they don't leave for a while, but the length of that 'while' can vary from a day to a week or so. And who is to say that I didn't take drugs a week ago and waiting just another day before I take a test will be the difference between them showing up on my test results or casting significant doubt? Lastly, rules are rules. You don't get exempted because you are a United player and you forgot.
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Pigs get randomly tested for drugs in most countries. The really greasy ones keep their urine in a fridge just in case
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we're all talking out of our rears here, it's the internet after all. read this then - http://therepublikofmancunia.com/in-light-of-toures-drugs-test-failure-what-about-rio/
happy birthday to the special jaun

https://twitter.com/theunitedmanc/status/725556972255207424
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Andale!
Some points for the FA Cup final:

Referee: Mark Clattenburg
Our jersey: White kit (personally i hate this one)
Venue: Wembley
Oh boy, Mark Clattenburg, lets hope he doesn't f**k us over.
In recent times, this white kit in big matches has felt like bad luck lol.
I wish we used the black kit a lot more. I've loved our black kits over the years.
i hate that white kit too.
We lost to Barca at Wembley with white kit...
There's been some good moments too! Juanfield.... Giggsy FA Cup semi against Arsenal...

Not all doom and gloom lads :)
I thought we were the home team for the final. Why cant we wear the mighty red colour
this has probably been discussed here before but i missed it so i would love it if you guys could chime in with your opinions.
so the question is if LVG somehow gets 4th place and wins the FA cup should he be given the chance complete his contract and have that one final season to make something happen. i say yes
I second that. The team has a solid back a reasonably strong midfield courtesy of lvg alone and a promising forward. Even if he wont grab the 4th place but catches the fa cup id say he has earned it, next year with lvg we will be much stronger.
yeah i think to be fair to him he has had two very different teams to play in his two years we cant solely blame him for falcao and di maria flopping we were all ecstatic when we signed them but it didnt work out so maybe he can build on the team he has right now next year, also the options dont seem appealing, mourinho? im not a fan. simeone and the other top mangers i dont think wanna leave their teams.
having said all that i sometimes think of the boring passionless performances from united i have sat through during LVGs reign and i think to myself how can i want to give this guy another chance
Even if we don't win the FA Cup we must give him credits for bringing us there after so many years. I remember the first season we played City home i've never seen United dominating City that much in a game since the ABU took over. He made some decent results against the top clubs in the EPL. We've beaten Liverpool twice 2 consecutive season in EPL.

Agree that the teams he had could help him. ADM was already thinking about PSG, Falcao was past his best, not to mention all the deadwood he had to offload.

I think we should keep him until the end of his contract. Give him another season with the youngsters he brought in. Don't care if Mourinho signs for another club.
the counter all this recent optimism i should remind everyone that the problem with this side is scoring goals against the lower half of the table. we've lost to sunderland, west brom, norwich, bournemouth and stoke. not to mention the number of games we've failed to score in. 2 points and 4 goals scored in december remember.

it's not a question of players either, it's a question of strategy, how do you create chances against well-organized teams happy to park the bus. LVG has had absolutely no answers for this problem and it is his MAIN JOB. it clearly doesn't help to pass it around at a snail's pace but that's what we're doing most games.

until LVG shows progress in creating chances against mid-table bus parking there's no reason to have him to be honest. rashford has saved his bacon in a big way and while I like LVG his failings are clear. bournemouth had their main striker injured for six months and have scored the same number of goals we have.
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@Dom1878 - I think you don't know the proper use of the term 'ABU'
Honestly i don't know how to use it :(
I say yes too. We've seen some very good performances from the team and LVG has made it clear he wants the team to perform like that. So if he achieves FA cup and top 4 targets this season I say give him time to get the team to play like that in every match.
ABU, Anything But United, for simply extreme United haters. Like an ABU Liverpool fan might want Everton to beat us in FA Cus semi. (Just making example here, dont overreact knowing there are some lurking around)

It have been a very bumpy ride with more bad memories than the good ones (its easier to pick to negatives). But what type of road to success isnt like that? It takes lots of trials and failures. I am open to with or without LVG as long as it isnt Mou.
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I think you guys forgot what LVG was doing entire season with tactics and decisions, thus answer is pure and simple No.

Thanks him for bringing young talent, but he needs to go in any way shape of form.
This trend just goes to show how people in football think.
The minute things look good, it's YAY! And the minute things go South, it's #get him out.

I think it's really interesting..and I've observed this reaction from almost all forums except maybe Chelsea fans and Mou. Lol

Some Barca has actually asked for LE's head.

This also explains why boards like Chelsea' s, Madrid's and Barca sack their managers the minute there is trouble. I think football people in general Have very short memories and can be very shallow with their thoughts.

Next week, if LVG doesn't get results his way, I can see same fans asking for his head
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I say yes he should stay. But he honestly doesn't stand a chance unless he gets top two in the premier league because of people that think Manchester United has some divine right to be up there. We made some poor decisions when we had some aging legends of the club and did not invest in enough quality youth and now we are paying for it. Trying to blame the Manager completely is pathetic and just an excuse
the trend shows how people in general think, not only in football. he only gets it right 30% of the time. another more competent manager would of won this season with the form other teams are in. #LVGOUT
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@Gapha Not the same fans. I've been an optimistic supporter even though I suffered from our results and performances. It's just I can say my opinion more often now that some good results have come our way.
I hope the news about us going after Saul during December is true. He may complete our midfield

Edit: whoops didnt see the comment about him below
You can only choose one:

Top 4 or FA cup?

My vote: FA Cup
wow, ok, top 4 (that is if City doesnt win CL)
Arsene Wenger thinks both are possible!!!
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FA Cup obviously
FA Cup! A trophy COULD inspire and give the players confidence next season.
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Fa cup for me...cuz it seems in this state we'll be making the CL just to get knocked out in the group stage or round of 16 a la Arsenal every year, no point...and would be a nice parting gift for Van Gaal, he deserves it.
agree with cheshire on the bit about lvg deserving it. also if top 4 sig changes our transfer targets then ok,but otherwise would be embarrassing and annoying AF to lose to palace/pardew
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