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Who would you rather Sanchez or Griezmann?
Sanchez but you guys aint getting him, You'll get Grezmann thou.
Tough one. Sanchez is already well established in the league. Griezmann could be the best player in the world one day but still he will need to get adjusted to the league.Id say Griezmann but I will take Sanchez too. Lol
sanchez is better suited to this league and has already adapted. he's a hell of a player too. you really think antoine can be the best one day? i think they are both comparable from a technical standpoint but sanchez has a strength and tenacity that sets him apart imo.
Sanchez every day of the week. He is older and that might give Greizman the edge from a long term perspective but then he is so super fit that is a very small differentiator if any at all.
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Why choose one when you can have both? Rooney will be gone in the summer, Zlatan will be gone in a year or two at most. There's two spots in the squad.
It seems to not bother anyone else but why was Martial not even on the bench? If Zlatan at 35 can play all the games I am sure one of the best attacking players in the team who is 21 can come off the bench after being substituted out in games.
Mourinho is not a big fan of his it seems. He needs to work hard and get in the managers good book. To play for a manager, you will have to do what the manager wants. Simple as that I think.
I don't know if he's not a fan of his, I think that's harsh, I just think Martial needs to give him more all-around work. He's quality with the ball at his feet, it's about what else he can do. Martial also seems to play more at OT and less on the road
For me he is the best attacking talent we had since Ronaldo, he doesn't have proper fullbacks to support him and gets isolated a lot of times with 2 or 3 players marking him, but what he brings to the team offensively is what we missed for a while, he can beat his man and carry the ball forward. Pogba and Miki are the only other players who can do that and we got them both just this season.
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Martial will obviously start vs Hull. It's just squad rotation, Both Martial and Rashford aren't seasoned veterans who have played 300+ games, both are still really young and have to work hard to find last season's form again
Media just play the game again by reporting that martial n his representative upset with mou way by leaving him out for last game..
What about Shaw then ?
Shaw finally back training this week. I wonder what kept him out? Injury?
Mou's rotation is actually really good. Now that Memphis and Morgan are gone I can't see many people in our squad being unhappy about playing time except Bastian. Younger players get more rest as they have plenty of time to impress at this club. Don't worry I'm sure he'll be involved in the coming games
Sean goss hv been sold to qpr 😢
I hope Andreas periera can at least get a look in; you never know what goes on with the youth teams. One moment they are banging in the goals and labelled the next big thing, and the next moment they are sold.
Agree,if lingard manage to get game time why not him?
Nooooo, I like the lad D:

maybe he got sold for missing the pen against Liverpool lol
Apparently skysports came up with some stats to show that we are one of the worst teams at conversion rates of our chances (18th in league).

The other thing notable was that rashford has our team's highest conversion ratio at 30+% even ibra is only about 14%

I think it is not the numbers but what the numbers mean. So far, i can see how our team is transiting from a post LVG era.. We certainly are creating more chances now and playing more attacking football and dominating in possession and chances.

It seems that the only thing missing from the team now is putting the ball in the back of the net.
we discuss this every week. we are creating far more chances than our goals indicate. this is what is costing us in the table. it's unbelievably frustrating.
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I'm not surprised
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This is how it feels like now :(.
Hopefully, it will change soon.
http://plmemes.com/images/86a8fe2e-e5af-4f93-9503-4988ff7f96e5.jpg
http://www.skysports.com/football/news/15115/10675208/manchester-united-have-lowest-big-chance-conversion-rate-in-premier-league-after-west-ham-draw

Is this what your talking about? I think this was posted in Nov 2016 very old...you guys had a good run after that it might have improved a lot right now.
@bazinga: its this one I think was ytd

http://www.skysports.com/football/news/11667/10737825/the-stats-behind-manchester-uniteds-finishing-issues

it also says the top EPL teams put away at least 50% of their clear cut chances while we only fare 30%.

We always used to win in the last 2 decades because we know we will always outscore the opponents. however, now we do not have such a formidable attack, and thats only half the story.

Defensively, i lost count of how many times we failed to hold on to a 1-0 lead as well.
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^ Yeah that's awful..18th and 20th is pretty bad.
Funny but so true.

MUFC next Ronaldo's list:

Nani
Valencia
Bebe
Young
Januzaj
Zaha
ADM
Memphis

We won't have someone like him soon.
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Poor number 7
Where's Micheal Owen #7?
There's never a next (insert name). Never. It never works out, ever, in the history of football. The greats are unique.
Ronaldo was supposedly the next Beckham that worked out decently enough
A lot of the transfers since ronaldo have been more or less garbage.
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Thats not what i'm saying, the question would be are Beckham and Ronaldo similar players in any way? Not really, no.
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What abt griezmann??? He would be worthy of that shirt I reckon.
^ if he comes :D
I think the only person that has ever come close was the Maradona and Messi comparison.
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Any one remember Chris Eagles? The Next Beckham?

Or Possebon, The next Scholes?
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Possebon looked like a mini felly and played like him too...lollll
Damn Possebon. I remember he had so much when he made his debut, so comfortable on the ball, delivered passes with precision, he did look like the next big thing. Don't know how he went from that to playing for 4th tier clubs in Brazil. At least Bebe is making a living at top tier leagues.

I also remember Giuseppe Rossi, that little guy who scored 3 in his first 2 games. He was toying with oppositions at youth level, but he could not make it at senior level because of constant injuries.
There's never going to be a next Ronaldo that's the problem. There is going to be some talent that could be world class in their own way.
:o hull shld have a PK.. but conte's team look unbeatable atm.

Again, maybe the case for video refereeing.
Costa had an onsides goal called off as well though

Chelsea will be difficult to overthrow. I think it's too much, considering how inconsistent and/or consistently not-as-good-as-Chelsea everyone else has been

What's important for us, as someone else has mentioned, is to go on a winning run of about 5 games. There's got to be some urgency now not to rely on our rivals to drop points. Also need to start winning these top-6 fixtures instead of drawing them. The game at the Eithad in about a month will be huge
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hull city is 19th in the league, chelsea and other top teams should be beating them comfortably
^^ you know it doesn't work that way.
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SIF - So We dint beat them comfortably ?
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It doesn't work what way? If you cant beat the worst teams comfortably then something's wrong. They are essentially championship teams.

And here we go again. I never said that.
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oh come mate, there's more to playing relegation threatened teams than that. They are fighting for their lives and are motivated.

Remember when United play Hull during the first half of the season? remember Swansea / pool game?
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It's January man, that Relegation scrap stuff happens later in the season, when most teams have nothing to play for, the relegation threatened teams sometimes step it up a notch. Usually they're still crap and get trashed.

Yeah well liverpool shouldn't be losing to swansea at home, something clearly was wrong. every other team went to swansea and demolished them.

And I am specifically talking about the home games. Away games can be tricky, but usually the crap teams roll over on the road.

The hull game was one way traffic for us. Usually it's one way traffic vs the worst teams in the league.

Am I saying something completely foreign here? You should be beating the bottoms sides comfortably (at least, at home) if you are a top side. There's nothing controversial there.
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We'll see when United faces these bottom sides at home. 1 thing I've learned in the EPL is that there aren't any easy games. You should have watched Arsenal's game yesterday. They could have easily tied that gave if not for the ref
SIF you said same last week when we beat Leicester city 3-0 away from home ...Beating any team home or away in PL is not as easy as your making it sound. Does not matter if a team top of the table or mid. Every team in PL is tough nut to crack.

Dint you guys realize it against Boro. at home few weeks back? They all have der own strategy counter big teams
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I saw the Leicester game, they were so poor going forward. I'm not saying that should have been a cakewalk, I was expecting leicester to do a lot better and they got rolled conceding 3 goals from 3 shots on target.

What does 'borough at home have anything to with what you're arguing for? We should have won comfortably. We scored only 2, but hit the woodwork twice, registered over 30 (12 on target) shots and had over 65% possession.

We won at the death, but due to bad finishing earlier in the game, it was completely one side (they had 6 shots all game) . That's been our problem this season. Boro had nothing going forward, and i'm pretty sure they scored with their first shot on goal (and only mustered one more). We should have won by 4,5,6 goals but our finishing is why we are where we are in the table this season. Our problem is finishing. I'm not going to say they didnt defend well for most of the game, but they rode their luck and really we should have scored more goals.
If Hull plays as well as they did against Chelsea in the second half guess what? I think Hull comes with a draw or might even beat Man United next PL game.
SIF talks as if every season in EPl top teams thrash the bottom teams. But the fact is every season in epl we see quite a few upsets when bottom teams face top teams.
no no, first of all, comfortable win =/= thrash. a comfortable win means controlling the game, winning by clear goal margin like 2 goals.

the top teams SHOULD win by comfortable margins at home against the bottom teams. there's nothing controversial about this. You act as if the odds are 50/50 vs bottoms sides. An overwhelming majority of the time, the top team beats the bottom team at home. any other result is dropped points, an upset, whatever.

I'm NOT saying it ALWAYS happens, I said it SHOULD happen, typically, unless something goes wrong. Red card, bad luck/own goals, etc. Nothing is a given, you still have to go out and get the 3 points and deserve to win, but it SHOULD be expected that the top team wins comfortably. No one should be surprised chelsea beat hull 2-0 at home, I dont know why you guys are making me spell this out.
Costa back to business... chelsea look likely to extend their lead today
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Wth was 10 minutes of extra time for the first half all about?
hull player was injured, head injury
Damn.. Missed that, hope he is fine
Ryan mason and cahill collided in the penalty box. It seemed to be a nasty injury, he (mason) was out cold and they treated him on the pitch for 10 minutes, needed a neck brace and oxygen.

Hope it is not too serious for him.
Apparently he had emergency operation with a fractured skull.

Damn I wish him all the best in his recovery.
The impact was so serious that you can hear it through the broadcast. Such a terrible head clash.
if mourinho had pushed an official like wenger did, he would've probably been suspended from being on sideline for a month. but wenger always seems to get away with criticism of referee even though he whines almost after every match when the result doesnt go their way. let's see if he gets away with this as well.
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FA being consistent? Lol no way.
lol. relax guys. FA hasnt decided yet right. No way a manager can push an offical or abuse. its just not right. even if mou does it. But Wenger did apologize though. He man up to his mistake
^ are you sure you are not an arsenal fan? lol wenger moans about referee after almost every match when they lose or draw but i've never seen him get in trouble for that where mourinho mentions anything negative about any ref, he gets fined.
Good to see he apologized but he still should be punished.
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@sayrox: your allegation is unfounded. of cos im a united fan. IM just saying it is NOT okay for any manager to push a referee no matter what. (i can't even understand how you started your sentence with "you sure you not an arsenal fan") relax man.

Wenger has been in the business for a long time and he does it skillfully. But he also has been fined before and warned by the FA. which is why he isn't so direct about it

Besides, the FA hasn't decided about any penalty yet. could be a fine or touchline ban like mou had the other time.
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^ i was just kidding dude. maybe you should relax too lol
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XD haha ^ yea man lets relax. this forum too serious these days mans
why so serious?
Why so curious?
Wenger has apologised only because he won the game
Lol true
griezmann with a beauty.
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I haven't watched how other teams play much but in chelsea vs hull match, really impressed the players from both sides get fouled, get up and play immediately with no complaints.

Then I think of our players sometimes we are on the floor looking to the ref for favours that are not gonna come. we probably need to toughen on this and not expect the ref to give any favours.
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