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Our first signing this January is Sadiq El Fitouri
you're forgetting valdes.
Our transfer policy is as consistent as Liverpool's Premier League form over the past 20 years
+1
Ooo yea
another blackett or mcnair quality i guess.... not a necessary signing at the moment
Blackett is not quality,He just had a good period.Only people who followed the academy matches will know.Only recently he f****d up against Liverpool in a U21 match.

Whereas McNair is quality I believe.
It seems like Strootman's relapse is worse than they first thought. He may even miss the rest of the season. We may have another Giuseppe Rossi situation on our hands which is a shame cause he has great potential.
LVG might have to reconsider going in for him in the summer.
I think the Strootman ship has long sailed
Hope he doesn't end up like Gundogan, such a talent , plagued by injury.
Rossi, Possebon, the list can go on. Looks like our injury plague isn't something started recently and it is something that spreads to the players linked to us...
Apparently Roma would only consider a bid of 100 million euros.

I imagine that stance will be revised come the summer.
I wouldn't even pay 40m for him.The market is too inflated these days,he's done nothing to warrant that price tag tbh.
Lol Bayern getting SPANKED
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wolfsburg have been playing near-perfect
Thats the disadvantage of having a long winter break.
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... what exactly? surely wolfsburg would have the same disadvantage?
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I'm not using this as an excuse for bayern all im saying is having a long winter break does affect the a team no matter how many world class players they have.

I still give credit to Wolfsburg who because they played their hearts out and deserved the win.
As for Bayern they look so off the pace, pressing high and getting exposed on every Wolfsburg counter.

It could have been more than 4-1
+1
... but wolfsburg had the same break. they cancel out and your point is invalid.
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@cjaystack

no bayern is s**t
It had more to do with Wolfsburg team than the winter break.Wolfsburg now comprises of young stars who are stepping up big time.
didnt this happen last year as well. they lost after a long break
LVG gave an interview on MUTV today. It sounds like we're going back to 4-4-2 for good. I'd prefer seeing us play 4-3-3 if I'm honest. I don't know why he refuses to play 4-3-3, particularly as it was his preferred formation for so long. The argument that we don't have the midfielders for it is kind of off point, considering we play 4-4-2 diamond. If anything, 4-3-3 would provide more balance. I suppose he is set on two strikers?
+1
4-4-2 suits us a bit better imo - we don't need a true #10 if ADM's the left mid. this year everyone's playing two DMs and no #10 player is doing particularly well.

plus we have too many strikers not to play two of them in each match
4-3-3 is a tough one since it only uses one main striker and we have three highly-paid ones at the club. it also prefers two wingers and unless you're using ADM as one, we don't have very many in the squad.

4-4-2 is more versatile than people think, more than flat vs. diamond too - 4-2-2-2, like city play, provides two DMs, two AMs/wingers and two strikers.

imo the position that's up for grabs in the 4-4-2 is the right winger/AM slot - could be Mata, could be januzaj or pereira, or lingard... any one of the bright young attackers we've got at the club. could've been zaha or nani lol
I like the 4-3-3, but we don't have any goal-scoring wingers to be effective in it, unless we play Rooney-RvP-Falcao up top and give them free reign like we did Rooney-Ronaldo-Tevez. The dynamic of the latter was different from the former, so I don't think that would work with us currently.
+2
too many aging and overpaid strikers..unlike di maria, reus is a forward and scores goals.. i know what i'd do this summer if i was woodward

:D
+1
He's gonna have a really bad case of twitchy ass then :D
LVG decided on 3-5-2 in august and shipped all our wingers out. stupid move to be honest, we could really use a couple right now.

i don't much care for nani's inconsistency but he would be perfect in a 4-3-3.
Nani and Adnan would perfect fit for the 4-3-3, where one cut in the other stay wide
f*****g hell. i would've signed cork. with ando out, fletch leaving and carrick out for four weeks once again we do not have a sufficient number of midfielders.
Herrera has been on the bench these past months...Blind has been playing on D, not mid...we're fine.
yeah blind will start DM but if he gets hurt or tired or loses form our next option is fellaini, and he is definitely better in a box to box role.

so basically for 4 midfield roles (in a 4-4-2) we have blind, fellaini, herrera, mata, rooney and carrick when he gets back. should be enough. valencia has also played rm/rcm in one game and did well.
rooney and mata are useless CMs, they cannot tackle and the whole league knows it. may as well defend a man down, they just get brushed aside time and again.
i was thinking more like:

-----------mata/roo
adm/aj11----------herrera/fellaini/av25
----------blind/fellaini

very attacking but i prefer that than the s**t we've seen since new years, and all the away games this season.
since 2009 we've been missing a ball-winner in the side, we got soft since that CL final, trying to be barca
Ando could finally be moving on. Ogden, who is usually reliable, reports that talks are ongoing with Internacional
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/football/teams/manchester-united/11378458/Manchester-United-news-Brazilian-club-Internacional-in-talks-to-sign-Old-Trafford-outcast-Anderson.html

But there's also bad news. Pereira looks to be leaving on a free? How daft is the club to let go of yet another quality youngster? Not to mention the others still not given new contracts...
Funny. At the moment, we have the third best defense in the league.
When you put 5 guys in the back line, I sure do hope it improves the defensive numbers haha.
Credit should go to de Gea, without him we would have conceded more goals and not be so high up the table.
+4
total save by the goalkeepers

courtois + cech = 42
forster = 44
hart + caballero = 50
de gea = 62

conclusion:our defense still suck
+1
lol thankfully de gea is part of the defense, and so it's awesome.

btw - if we hadn't been clattenburg'd against leicester our defense would be second best.
No one is interesting about Cuadrado`s transfer to Chelsea? He was one of our interest too. Decent price.

http://www.bbc.com/sport/0/football/31053727
+1
I can't blame him, as Chelsea look the more stable club at the moment. However I don't think we'll be making any major signings this January.
+1
welp...heres me hoping he has a horrible career in England with a goal/assist drought worse than Torres' only to see him get sold to Atletico Madrid in a season or two for peanuts, and have him thrive in spain and become the leagues #1 in assists. One can dream, I'm a big Cuadrado fan but that's a let down :/
http://www.bbc.com/sport/0/football/31064087

Man Utd sign Salford City trialist.

That's the way to answer Cuadrado's signing!
+5
Don't know that we were in for him. There were rumors last summer but nothing panned out.
Speaking about Darren Fletcher, van Gaal said at his press conference: "He is at West Ham now I believe, so we will have to wait and see."

Louis van Gaal tells #MUTV that Michael Carrick will miss around 4 weeks with a muscle rupture but Ashley Young is closer to full fitness.
Yeah, he said it could actually be more than 4 weeks. Not good.
hopefull ander herrera will play more. though saying ashley young is back could mean putting blind in carricks role and playing young at lb. LVG may just keep bringing on herrera as a sub.
Finally time for Herrera to cement his starting berth. Much rather have him in the side than Carrick who is pushing 33
Fellaini will be preferred over Herrera unfortunately, and Blind will take Carrick's spot. So Herrera can only perhaps take Mata's spot.
actually,i don't know what else herrera have to do to prove his quality.he should has started all the game before
+5
Carrick and Herrera are two very different players tho. So I don't know how Carrick's absence is going to help Herrera get more starts. Blind is probably going to fill in for Carrick and Young or Shaw are gonna play left back. I actually look forward to see Blind in that CDM role again.
Anyone but Fellaini please...
+4
wtf..then young will be back as lb even shaw is there!!
Fellaini should only play if he has a job to do like marking a player out of the game.
+1
Letting Pogba go is perhaps one of SAF's greatest mistakes. The way the situation was dealt with was an absolute shambles, if you ask me.

However, with Pogba's agent effectively courting potential bids (not for this window but likely for the summer), we are probably 1 of 2 clubs that can realistically cover the fees. The other is Madrid. In my opinion, with Pogba's recent comments about his love for the club, we should do everything to bring him back, build the midfield around him, and put that sorry mistake in the dustbin of history.
+2
It is a lot more likely Madrid signs him though..just want to temper expectations.. PSG would also obviously do everything to sign the biggest French talent out there as well.we are not favorites but I'd be disappointed if we did not try.
Seriously people need to get over Pogba, he's a great player, but he's not the be-all and end-all that decides this clubs future. SAF has made worse decisions than letting Pogba go- he's had the chance to sign players like Zidane and passed the opportunity by, I think that makes Pogba look like a minor error of judgement, Fergie could have also signed Christian Eriksen- who imo is much better than Pogba and would have been the perfect replacement for Scholes.

No one can be right all the time every time because no one is omniscient. The fact is SAF won our club more trophies than anyone else bar none. He's decisions weren't always right but where mostly right for the club, and I agree with him that nobody- especially an 18 year old kid who hasn't proved himself- should make dictations on a club as big as Man Utd.
+1
@JRadical

Of course no one can be right all the time, but that's not the argument. The difference between Pogba and the players you mentioned is that Pogba was already at the club.

I don't think Pogba was dictating the way the club was being ruled. He wanted playing time, and was kept out when he easily could have played. I seem to remember once a Park-Rafael central midfield combination being preferred over him. It's not like Pogba didn't have an ego, but most good players do. It wasn't a matter of an 18 year old running the club.
+2
Ok no way is Christian Eriksen much better than Pogba.
+3
@LouisVanGoal Oh yes he is :)
@Joeymac Everything you said could be true, but it doesn't make a difference. Pogba isn't the be-all and end-all that decides our clubs future. There're other players of his class out there. The way you guys are speaking about Pogba is like a guy that still in love with his ex-girlfriend. He isn't "the one" he's just a good player that we could have had. We will buy and create players like him cause as a club that's what we do. Instead of being stuck in the past lets move on.
Erikson better than pogba? He's really good but theyre two different style players. I'd be damned if we didn't try to sign him. At least make an under the table offer.
+2
I'm a Spurs fan and I wouldn't say Eriksen is better than Pogba, but of course, they are different types of players.
+2
@JRadical

Eriksen better than Pogba? Haha. You're having a laugh. And the fact is, the situation with Pogba could have been handle much better than it was. The lad deserved a chance. It was a huge error in judgement by SAF - probably one of his biggest errors. Pogba will be world class.
+3
^ already is world class really
+2
Jradical must be Danish lol
+1
Mark my word all of u. Eriksen is a better player than Pogba. Pogba is the flavour of the moment, but he hasn't got the potential of Eriksen, and to Gunnzo, no I'm not Danish or Scandinavian.
@StretEndArising The point I'm making is get over it and stop living in the past like a Liverpool FC fan. He's gone, but that doesn't change the fact that he CAN be replaced, he's not an irreplaceable talent. moaning about what could have been doesn't help at all, I would be more concerned about what's going on with Pereira and De Gea's contracts than the fact we let Pogba go.
I'm sorry what? Pogba is way better than Eriksen no doubt. He's the closest thing to Zidane I have seen in a while.
+2
Lol, do you even watch Juventus?
@2Class4U are you serious!?! Pogba plays nothing like Zidane, in fact Eriksen plays more like Zidane than Pogba does and Eriksen doesn't even play like Zidane- have you even seen Zidane play?


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GA
GF
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D
W
Pl
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32
19
51
2
4
16
22
1
47
23
22
45
3
5
14
22
2
42
21
16
37
6
3
13
22
3
40
15
21
36
4
7
11
22
4
39
14
25
39
5
6
11
22
5
37
2
30
32
7
4
11
22
6
36
10
25
35
6
6
10
22
7
35
4
27
31
7
5
10
22
8
30
-4
30
26
8
6
8
22
9
29
-4
27
23
9
5
8
22
10
27
-9
35
26
9
6
7
22
11
23
-4
34
30
9
8
5
22
12
23
-8
33
25
9
8
5
22
13
22
-9
29
20
10
7
5
22
14
22
-14
25
11
10
7
5
22
15
20
-14
33
19
8
11
3
22
16
20
-15
36
21
10
8
4
22
17
19
-10
30
20
11
7
4
22
18
19
-16
39
23
13
4
5
22
19
17
-14
34
20
13
5
4
22
20
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