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Nearly every team have slipped up, dropping crucial points. It's your turn now Chelsea! lol. So frustrating, hopefully no more 'individual errors' and we finally take advantage tomorrow.
Wtf was the ref doing? It was a clear head injury and it took him half a minute to stop the game
Wow WHU, just amazing
Please oh please God let's unleash this monster tomorrow!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=35Jcnc5VzmY
+5
knowing LVG, he will start on bench with RVP being the lone striker :D
west ham bossing the game and 1-0 up. completely different west ham with valencia, song, sahko amalfitano and downing all on form.
They're working their asses off off the ball, it's really impressive. Great effort by them so far
+1
lol it's 2-0 for westham now!
Wow it's now 2-1 to West Ham
what can be called as a successfull season?i read some of us think the 4th spot is good enough for us.but i feels like this season we should really make a challenge for the title AT LEAST.reasonss:
-we have spend a lot in the transfer window(besides,so many fans expect us to challenge for the title last season with a mediocre team)
-no champions league this season(less distraction)
-the only top team that improve their squad from last season is chelsea and arsenal
-mancity has degraded(no negredo n yaya toure not in the same form)
-everton has the same team but they are now in europe(more distraction)
-liverpool has degraded(no suarez + plays in the CL)
Don't agree with the fact that City degraded. They have the same important players + Fernando and Mangala.

Aguero still top class striker. Kompany at the back is a beast. Silva, Toure, Fernandinho kept their level.
City hasn't degraded. Remember they had to cope without players like Aguero and Jovetic for most parts of last season and now they are fit..
+1
I think we should challenge for the second or at least the third spot. The title is a bit far fetched because LVG is taking his time to get the team to its best and we're short of a world class leader at the back and Chelsea are already 10 points clear. But I agree our squad is too good to settle for the 4th spot. If we end up in 4th spot I won't be complaining too much but I'll label the season as a mediocre one.
Next season we have to aim for the title. We're United, we've always done that and it shouldn't change. With the addition of one or two players to our defense and maybe Strootman to our midfield we're surely good enough to win the title and go far in the CL.
It takes time to build a team. Anywhere in the top 4 would be great. Remember, it isn't easy to win the league, especially after Moyes RUINED our whole team. The players that LVG received aren't the Champions that SAF left, they are a 7th place team that Moyes left.

We are not even done rebuilding yet. We are still in a work in progress so hopefully with some additions in January and the Summer we can be done with the rebuilding phase and back into fighting for the title.
Lol I think most of us are forgetting who we rly are. We are manutd and we always aim for first place!! Last year was merely an abnormally. Ferguson won his last season with a lousier squad I don't see why we can't do it with this squad. All we nid is to pick up our form and be in line with "the philosophy ". IMO
+2
@Noeltqs SAF built that squad himself to fit his philosophy and new the players inside and out so it's totally different and Moyes also ruined most of those players form and confidence.

Mourinho took over a better and more balance team at Chelsea and he finished 3rd in his first season back with Chelsea.

LVG took over a team that finished 7th with many problems so it will take him time.
I'd settle for 4th, but honestly yes we should be challenging for the title since we have pretty much nothing else to concentrate on. Though it should normally take time for the team to gel, and first place seems so unlikely with Chelsea being unbelievably consistent. We'll see later on in the season...
@toruhyuga most of our 1st team now are new players.saying they are part of the team that was ruined by Moyes is an insult.
-falcao - herrera - dimaria - shaw - rojo - blind -
these are all top2 class players that can win titles
plus wayne rooney and robin van persie are not the type of players that can be ruined in just one bad season
I never thought I would live to see this day but..COME ON UNITED!

Beat Chelsea plz

Kthnxbye.
#betrayer :D
Try winning your game first lol
+1
Haha
http://www.offthepost.info/blog/2014/10/photo-victor-valdes-arrives-manchester-train-man-utd/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+offthepost%2FTLAa+%28Off+The+Post%29


Victor Valdes arrives in Manchester to train with Man Utd
are we gonna sign him?
I hope we do.De Gea definitely needs competition to reach the next level.
I hope we do as well, but after De Gea extends his contract. This is kinda making me feel uneasy, I hope it doesn't send the wrong message to big Dave :(
-------De Gea------------
Rafael--Jones---Rojo---Shaw
-----Fellaini---Blind--------
Herrera---Mata----Di Maria---
----------Falcao-------------
Fellaini at CDM dont work. If he has to play then he needs a role that will make him get into the box. Also Herrera at RM is not going to happen. I would also switch Rojo to LB for the extra height he provides.

------------DDG
Rafael--Jones--Smalling--Rojo
-----------Blind
--Fellaini/Mata---Herrera
Valencia----Falcao----Di Maria

+1
Valencia isn't playing Yaldho. I think Shaw should play he has the extra incentive of being a chelsea boy from the start, he's got a point to prove and he'll hopefully begin some good form there.

Fellaini deserves the start but I can't justify Mata not playing against his old club. It wouldn't feel right seeing him on the bench after all that's the reason he left them because he would be on the bench for such an important game after being POTY the 2 years he was there.

Tough call...glad it's not my job. I have faith in us regardless, we obviously have the talent..we just need a good team performance and we should walk away with the 3 points.
+1
I agree Valencia most likely wont play but he could give us that balance i feel. He will protect the right side very well. It will give more freedom to our central midfielders. Just because he was a good players for Chelsea is no reason for Mata to start but it would be great for him personally if he gets a start.
Exactly that's what I mean about Mata, its just a shame you know?

and I agree valencia's work rate would be great but he wont play he's not fit :/
+1
rojo and shaw are the same height: 6' 1"

if height is a major concern put jones at RB and smalling at CB
Sif: I didn know that but Rojo is still better in the air than Shaw is. So my point still stands :P
i'm sure by now everyone has heard gary mention chelsea have like 6 players at or above 6'2": terry, cahill, ivanovic, matic (6' 4"), costa, drogba who are mostly all likely to start and we would be bossed around on set pieces if we try playing with shorties like mata, falcao, rafa.

our tallest players are fellaini (6'4"), smalling (6'4"), then carrick at 6'2" and then shaw and rojo. not much height given carrick cant even play.
I still don't see why fellaini shld start despite that goal which doesn't say much at all. Mata definitely shld start.
-------De Gea------------
Rafael--Jones--Smalling--Rojo
-----Blind---Carrick------
--Mata--Fellie--Di Maria---
--------Falcao-----
Height has never been an issue - remember Evra...
I'd rather Shaw - more natural EPL player, that's his natural position and he's got a point to make vs Chelsea. Besides we paid tons for him - time he justifies his fee. Having said that, Rojo has equated himself so well so far that it's almost a pointless issue.
My bottom line, we have an excellent squad all around and very decent depth, time they stop playing with fear and be accountable.
------De Gea------
Raf-Jones-Rojo-Shaw
---Herrera-Blind---
Januzaj-Mata-Maria
------Falcao-------

RVP, Fellaini, Carrick, Smalling are other options in terms of strength.
http://m.imgur.com/1ekr8Qc

Priceless lol


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D
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15
8
23
0
1
7
8
1
17
9
10
19
2
2
5
9
2
16
14
5
19
2
1
5
8
3
16
5
12
17
3
1
5
9
4
13
1
12
13
3
1
4
8
5
12
3
12
15
2
3
3
8
6
11
2
11
13
1
5
2
8
7
11
1
10
11
3
2
3
8
8
11
-1
11
10
3
2
3
8
9
11
-1
9
8
3
2
3
8
10
10
0
13
13
2
4
2
8
11
10
-8
12
4
4
1
3
8
12
9
0
16
16
3
3
2
8
13
9
-1
11
10
3
3
2
8
14
9
-2
13
11
3
3
2
8
15
8
-3
14
11
4
2
2
8
16
8
-7
15
8
2
5
1
8
17
7
-6
14
8
3
4
1
8
18
4
-9
13
4
4
4
0
8
19
4
-12
18
6
6
1
1
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