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Right,i think the moment has come to call it a day in here.been on this site for 7 years or so and loved it from the beginning.but the last couple of years were a bit of "the dark age of footytube".the quality in here has dropped dramatically and unfortunately there are no signs that anything will change on footytube.
In the meantime i found other places,especially a certain united forum where discussions are fruitful,honest and with lots of knowledge.
There are lots of great users and mods in here aswell like joey,shiwa,sif,tomi,cloudst,sergio,zilch just to name a few and sorry to the other great users i didnt mention but for me personally thats not enough.been staying in here for the last 2-3 years because i had hope that something would change on footytube but unfortunately its a bit of a sinking ship,as tough as it sounds.

I'll probably still read some comments every now and then and check some videos but i'll stop posting as an active user.what happened after the liverpool game on this site was disgusting from both sides of fans and i clearly dont wanna be part of it,yet alone talk on a forum where this kind of things happen after each and every big game/derby.

The mods in here had a terrible job to do during the last years.as much as i hope that footytube will find some kind of revival i just dont see it happening.
I'll definately miss the opinions from some users but as i said i found my new place.and it takes too much time anyway (now with kids and family) to stay active on two different forums.
Its time for me to move on and leave footytube behind.thanks to all the great users and mods on this site for still trying to keep discussions on a decent level,unfortunately its been getting harder and harder lately.

Cheers lads,enjoy your time
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Sadly a lot of it is due to the lack of interest from the admins. It has been over a year since I last had contact with the owners of this site, which basically means we are moderating without an endgame and without any access to new options. I have made pages of suggestions to them but they are just not interested. Footytube is a sinking ship and has been for a few years now unfortunately. There's no desire from them to change anything except to bring in the incredibly useless Disqus, seriously WTF. I email them and might get a response a month later. As one of the remaining heads of the mod team, a site simply cannot be run in such a manner and the result is that the forums will stagnate, become toxic and eventually implode.

I wish you well in life, both you and your family. And thankyou for the kind words.

Regards, Steve.
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Thanks steve.yeah i know about the problems with the admins and thats one major reason i decided to quit here.if they are not willing to put in some effort,we all wont be able to change anything.so its just lost time that ce be used more wisely.
Can i delete my account by myself or do you guys have to do it?

Take care mate
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Cheers Nautilus. I fully understand your behaviour and feelings. Take good time with your kids and family. There are more important things in life and your right. Will miss your opinions out here. Take care.

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Cheers mate, it was fun while it lasted
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I can delete the account for you if that's what you want. However since you've done nothing wrong if you ever wish to come back then simply create another account and ask for your old account back and we will attempt to restore it for you. If you want it gone, give me a confirmation reply.
Go on then steve.dont need an account to watch videos.and good to know theres a possibility to get an old account back eventually-but this will only happen if footytube changes and i dont see that coming.
So yeah,cut the throat;)
Salut and farewell.
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I hope all the idiots who decided to act so immaturely the other day are happy, you've all contributed to losing a fine user of this site with your puerile comments. This is what's known as cause and effect. You're inability to act like grown men is the cause and the effect is for a good user to leave the site in disgust.

Well done idiots.
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You see! this is why i hate goodbyes:'( Never said goodbye to my ex.

I still hope you comeback mate.
You never should cut off ties with your ex. Cuz a few years down the road you can still bang her if the circumstances are right
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I think a good replacement for Carrick could be Veratti. Seems like he is willing to leave PSG. I think Bayern are on it but they have many players in that position. It could be a good signing. He will have his fellow partner Zlatan back and Darmian.

Not the same style and physique as Carrick but he is good at keeping the ball and linking the defense and attack.

What you think ?
Where does he say he wants to leave ? Didn't he sign a contract extension last year as well ?
He did say but his attitude has changed at PSG and i think him and Emery are not in a good relationship.
Right first of all, to the users who decided to act like little children and make me deal with this garbage at 5:30am, thankyou very f*****g much.

REDDevil98, Cjaystacks, Somere, TheCheshireCat(bad Peter) and Vaaz, check your walls. No need to reply to me if you don't want to but you are welcome to do so on my wall.

Now to business, the majority of you guys have been here a long time, longer than I have in many cases. TheCheshireCat won the internet for the day when he pointed out that anyone who decides to comment on their greatest rivals page post-match is just not very bright. Unless you're well liked and respected there it's about the dumbest thing you can do, although StretfordRed decided to take that to the next level by telling a MOD to f**k off WHILE they were attempting to moderate the situation. More on that later.

Plainly speaking, you guys know better and I shouldn't have to ask great users like Sayrox and Joeymac to not tell users to fk off or shut the fk up. On top of this, you should also know better than to publicly air dissatisfaction with a mod's conduct. The place to do that is on a mod's wall and you all know it. Got a problem with a comment? Report it and let us handle it. Got a problem with a specific mod? Hey it happens and has been dealt with in the past. Please just post on the wall of whichever mod you feel most comfortable talking to regarding the situation. Mods are evaluated by their peers, if we see a problem we rectify it and mods have been asked to step down in the past when they're out of line.

In this particular case, I don't think he was, he merely didn't follow correct procedure but the outcome would've been the same. I've spoken to Sergio, he knows now that he should've placed the user on Status and let them stew for a bit, report it to the rest of us and vote on the user's fate. I'm not quite sure why people think that telling a mod to fk off while they're warning you wouldn't be worthy of a ban, 1st chance or not, that seems pretty obvious to me. But he would've been banned regardless and I'll tell you why. I'm no idiot when it comes to computers so I did a little digging to trace connection points. That vile user that turned up called Harampool, making disgusting comments about Hillsborough, racist comments etc? That was StretfordRed. Anyone still think the guy deserves to be on the site?

This last bit is to StretfordRed: I'm a senior mod on this site and if you had a problem with how you were treated, you should've spoken to myself or any other mod on the site, not simply made another account using Sergio's name and racially offending him, before creating a 3rd account with which to wish death and laugh about Hillsborough on. You'd better hope you don't have any other accounts cos I'll find them, I'm very good at that, there's many users on this site who think I don't know about their extra accounts but I do. Before you did all of that, I would've listened to you. But you're just trash and have no place on this site. You said you were a long time lurker? Good, go back to lurking and leave the good users of this site alone, I have no time for you.

Now if anyone has any questions and can ask them civilly I'll happily respond to you. We now return to your normal broadcast day.

Oh and the pages have now been documented and purged of vile comments. My apologies for the delay.
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Come on lads, get your act together! :)
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about footballdoc, i remember a while back he did the exact same thing. he incited the fans on united forum and if i remember correctly, you were the one who dealt with him at that time. he said something similar to he would take a break and now he comes back and does the same thing again. what's the point of taking a break if it doesn't change your behavior? now i am sure most fans don't have any problem with rival fans or even our own fans criticizing our posts or bringing a different point of view. but when you do it constantly in a condescending way like he does, it gets to you. now he probably hates united and united fans, fair enough. i also hate few clubs but you dont see me on their forums arguing against every single point that i don't agree with. just cause you are a little bit more articulate and have been on this site for a long time doesn't mean that you are much different from that troll who just comes here and says "united buys refs" or something like that.

i even remember speaking to bazinga once about how he used to say something negative everytime an united fan or any other fan said something positive about united, but at least he did it in a polite way. i think most fans here who use footytube are here because they don't wanna be on an all united fans forum and like to hear different points of views. but there's a way to do that. footballdoc seems like he either isn't aware of it or he does this on purpose to rile us up, i think i will go with the latter considering this is not the first time he did that.

just my two cents. i think people take this site a little too seriously at times. i mean i like having discussions here and i do think mods do the job to the best of their ability. but come on, at the end of the day, it's just an online forum about a sport. there are much bigger things to worry about in life.
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Yeah some of the messages posted by the trolls were quite saddening and sickening to read . I reported one on the Arsenal page but sadly there were quite a few of them

It's even more sad than forum users are deciding to call it a day due to this child like trolling. Yes tensions can get heated up after a derby game but some of the posts were just over the board


Just a sad couple of days all around
Sayrox I've known FootballDoc a long time, believe me there are far worse users. He is a passionate man who will fight to the bitter end to make his point and he probably should try harder to keep that in check. I've asked him not to post any flamebait remarks on any other pages and he himself has decided on a hiatus from the United page which is a wise move, so I guess we'll just have to wait and see what happens in the future. You're right people take it far too seriously sometimes and don't seem to get that banter is part of football. All I can say is they must get into a lot of fist fights when and if they visit the pub to watch matches! Slagging each other off is part of the sport, hell we do it on the field and then afterwards we shake hands and go for beers. It's this last bit that people can't seem to manage online, the idea that what happens on the pitch, STAYS on the pitch.

Vaaz: Was that the comment wishing injury to Herrera? Cos I've dealt with that and the follow up personal insult riposte from a United user. I hope also that you've read your wall and consider it good advice rather than a warning, it was not my intention to be overly abrupt.
Zilch, No mate it wasn't the injury one about Herrera, as bad as that sounded, it was somehow understandable given the tense nature of the game, but the other comment was posted by that idiot HaramPool - he posted the same thing which was on the liverpool page on the Arsenal page and several other users pages too. That was sick and disgusting and had no place on any respectable site nor would any respectable human think or write that way

Thanks for the advice, yeah a lot of nerves got frayed there and many were on the verge of losing it. Tbh you mods do a fantastic job and I never knew that the admins were no longer supportive of the site; Thats a lot of responsibility to assume for what is still a passion more than a full time job being a moderator here. why the admins don't invest just a few bucks to get in a technical/designer is beyond me, with just a few changes and integrations the site can be a whole lot better/modern and i know it won't even take a lot of time or effort to implement these changes. Quite baffling, but I understand thats how things are sometimes.
So can we now say Zlatan is a hit? He is the top scorer in the league. A lot of oppo fans said he won't even score 15 goals this season. I know we don't have his image rights but still his goals makes him a great buy. He can go on to get that golden boot and then maybe the league next season. What a brilliant buy from Jose. His signings have been absolutely spot on. Long may that continue.
We got him for free.
God Zlatan 15 > 0 Lord Falcao
As far as i'm concerned, image rights or bust. Zlatan is officially a flop without them
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I actually made a bet with a friend of mine. He said that Zlatan would get more than 15 goals this season, I said he would :D

But image rights make it just a bit less sweet.
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Can you believe it? He is 35 and still scoring like he is in his 20s and that's too in the toughest league on the planet!!! Name me any striker who can score with such rate and is 35? No one! I dont even remember in the past who scored so many goals late in his career. He is proving that age is just a number. last year he scored 50 plus goals too!
@joey lol one of my friends made the same bet
Zlatan is a hit...at 35 nobody can score goals consistently like him Period
Klop is such a bitch. The game is over. Mourinho is smarter and more versatile get over it.
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Par for the course, being a Liverpool employee is to be a little bitch
I saw his interview for NBCSN and he came off as being really bitter about the game.
Yea I really liked him until this game where he sounded totally deluded. We had more possession,.better chances..more passes completed etc. Long passed we had 20% to 19%. Hes salty. Lets bury him at the final if he can get through might soton
i wan wat he's smokin. must be some reli gud s**t 💩. he just fallen to sam allardyce level. maybe mr. Philosophy can send him some printout
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Next thing you know, he'll be rambling about how he'd love it if he'd beat us
When facing teams which play Kloppball (ie: having midfielders close down space running around like headless chicken) teams must adapt long ball more often.
I mean Glutenpress is just another negative football tactic in the same mould as parking the bus - preventing the opposition from playing their natural game. So its just natural that Liverpool can be broken down more often if teams were to play long balls and put a lot of crosses in, rather than try to overcook it and dominate the middle like Pogba was trying all along.
Not to mention Klopp pretty much parked the bus in the last 15 minutes of the game and since Zlatan scored they were just holding on for a draw

I dont understand where Klopp gets the idea that his side played better - neither the stats nor his side's display on the pitch back up his story.

Also he said since Fellaini came on, "Utd didnt even play football."
Thats just silly and funny, coming from a man who threw on 7ft giants like Steven Caulker last season vs Arsenal to try and get a 3-3 draw with the same bloody tactic.
LVG has retired from football.
Apparently he is rejecting an offer of 45m over 3 years (most likely China) due to family issues. Maybe they will now throw that money at Moyes. Imagine if Moyes/Hodgson/Rodgers etc start earning 45m.

Most top managers in Europe only make around 5-7m a year. These chinese clubs are looking to double or triple that, it will be almost impossible for most managers to say no to that kind of money. Remember managers don't have too much in terms of shirt deals and image rights etc.
China could be a nice retirement home for Pep Guardiola once his City experiment is confirmed as a disaster ;-p
Holy f**k, the Liverpool page is a mess! lol.
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Ye ye well hope they lot learned their lesson and not decide to troll the Man Utd page anymore with their silly posts.
I guess all that's left now is to say that some clubs are just better... better in winning, better at trolling, just better at every damn thing.
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I think whoever comments on their fiercest rival's page, especially directly after a derby game, is a f*****g idiot.
Goes for all fanbases
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would like them to win vs Southampton so we can settle the beef in the finaL?
Gotta agree Cat, what motivates people to go to a rival's page immediately after a derby to stir up emotions is just beyond me. Bad for all parties.

What's more, yesterday's match wasn't even all that fiery haha. Sure there was the Mourinho/Klopp thing on the sideline, but other than that not much else.
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Moreso over a draw lmao. The world would be much better without them.

I wouldn't mind playing against Southampton in the final though, if they're the better team.
The rivalry is stirred up because for the first time in many years Liverpool find themselves in a higher position than Man Utd, with both teams still in the mix (Unlike Moyes' joke of a season where United were not at all in the picture)
No doubt pool have had the better start to the season, but some of their fans would also do well to remember that the league is played out over 38 games, not 20.
All that aside Im glad Doc/Bird/ etc. got reckt and won't be in any hurry to show there faces here again.
lol. that escalated VERY quickly. considering the Fact that we didn't EVEN LOSE to liverpool. Some trolls just should get banned straightaway. no nonsense. no body will take warnings seriously unless some troll is banned as an example, and prove that there is consequence.
how the f**k did city pay 50 millions for stones?! this makes the fellaini deal look like a bargain. it's so funny to see city leaking goals like that when they paid so much money for otamendi and mangala. it's mind boggling that they let go off nastasic for shitty defenders like them, even though i am not really aware of how he is doing at schalke this season.
what is even funnier is when you realize that Stones is actually not the biggest Pep's f-up, its the goalkeeper situation. I cant believe he let Hart go and he subed him for 16mil "Bravo". I think Pep is way to focused on player's Surnames, rather then their ability to play in goal.
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how about that goal from tom davies tho? that s**t was epic
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Tbh Pep tries to replicate Barcelona in every club he plays and its just hit and miss for the most part. Play out from the back, bloody hell his goal keeper is just picking the ball out from the back at the moment.
He was by no means success at Bayern, arguably one of the best club squads which a manager could inherit and was by most generous estimates only an average success and an outright failure if you ask a few critical fans.

I dont see why people think it will be easier for him in England, a much tougher league with several teams competing for the prize and with a squad that needs rebuilding from scratch.
He isnt exactly the manager known for re-building, the Barca team he inherited already had Messi, Xavi, Iniesta, and Puyol and with such a backbone he could have signed even Cleverley and made him look good next to those players. He did do a magnificent job there though, his accomplishments there are by no means an easy task.

At City its going to be a long and hard jon for him and Im not surprised he is already hinting at retirement or going to Qatar to manage Xavi again.
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@Zoot lol slap in Pep's face with two teenagers, in which Tom Davies destroyed their defense by himself.

Maybe pace and intensity are the problems for City right now, their squad have many players in their 30's or reaching 30. The young ones aren't mature enough to do the job just yet (may just KDB). Pep needs to rebuild this squad soon.
I don't think it's the defenders. It's more like Bravo lol.
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^NZL Everton scored a goal where Stones instead of clearing the ball out for a throw-in tried to punt it upfield, if deflected of another player and fell to the Everton striker right inside the box.
That is just pure stupidity. Just stupid defending.

People give flak for Pogba, yes for 89m he should have done much more than what he did vs. Liverpool but atleast he has been good in parts this season, Not to mention he has hit the post a few times too.
Pay 50m and in return get performances like Stones has been putting in this season, its a complete joke.
^Really, i didn't watch the game but the highlights - still Bravo could of save 1 or 2 lol.

And for Stones maybe he forgot for a second that he play for Manchester City now lol.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=93Zw4IMVFbQ

I am just going to leave this here. I know it's above but had to share it in case it goes away lol. We can still do this guys. 16 games left and we just have to keep winning. Other teams will lose points and it's that time of the season. Fingers crossed!!! - We just simply need to put away our chances and that's all gotta change because everything else is fine.
don't want to be a debbie downer but it's not likely we will get back in unless chelsea have a massive collapse. this was the one part of the season where everyone's fixture list is congested and lots of league games are played back to back so everyone is tired and facing squad issues.

pretty soon european games will come back, chelsea and liverpool will be back to playing one game a week and everyone else in europe will be more likely to drop points after midweek games.
^ yeah SIF is right, we are very-very likely out of race. Unless something weird happens with Chelsea and they self destruct, no way they are throwing the lead so easily simply because of the position they are in with fixtures/vs time to rest.

Though we absolutely Must focus more on EPL, maybe even throwing Europa can do more good for us then bad, no one knows how far we will go in Europa thats the only concern.
Need to stop with the over exaggerations and assumptions. We are not in any title race.

It the same with the liverpool game, Everyone underestimated them. And they turned in a decent show even with all their injuries.
I think playing two ass teams Hull and Reading before pool was a distinct disadvantage, they on the other hand lost to Southampton and were visibly more fired up for the derby game.
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Having European games should be problem for smaller clubs with average squad...I dont think a big club like united should have any impact if the squad is fully used properly. If league is the priority then rest the best player for CUP & European games.

Even Chelsea and Liverpool will drop points irrespective of being in Europe or not.
Bazinga, for once lets be practical here, you of all people know Mourinho will play his strongest team week in week out barring injuries. Every cup competition is now a KO competition, and you can't afford to slip up if you aim to win week in week out. More games means more running, more travel, more fatigue and more injures and suspensions.

Big team or not, no one has a back up 11 as good as the first, and more rotation means higher chance for a drop in quality and potentially more dropped points. Lets not now pretend that playing once a week is not an advantage in a sport where you run 11 kilometers in a match. Being fresh plays a big part in performance, and having more rest will always be an advantage.

On top of the physical aspect, there's also the mental aspect. Fewer games allows for more time to prepare for your opponent. That has always and will always be an important factor. Often when you're playing 2-3 times a week, there's little time to prepare on the training pitch as players need rest and recovery days between matches.
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SIF - You expect me to practical about this but cant you be practical and accept the fact that you guys are this position because of poor finishing and bad results at home earlier this season.

Practical person like you cannot come-up sooo many excuses SIF...Just accept the fact that season dint start very well and that is the only reason you guys are 12 points behind. Are you 100% sure united without Europe would be current be in top-2 position and eventually win the league?

Did City lose 4-0 yesterday because of Europe? Did Chelsea lose to Spurs because of Europe? Did united lose to Chelsea because of you guys had Europe? Better teams on the day won Period!!

Chelsea had extra days rest during new year and yet we lost to spurs...Dose that prove anything? Be practical and accept the bad results and position like a sport.Gone are those days when it was great be in Europe.Now all of a sudden its disadvantage to be in Europe.

Cheers
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Its not a huge disadvantage to be in Europe.

Liverpool have shown this season it can be a blessing to not have Europe at all. Do I think they would have no chance to be anywhere top 4 in the league if they had European commitments given their current squad? Hell yes.
Sorry for being too defnsive...Its just frustrating to see people give not having Europe as reason for Chelsea doing well this season.I think Conte and the players deserve credit and we have played two games recently without main Costa to win 3-0...we are on top because our players and manager wanted it more
Woah, woah, woah. I never took anything away from the good work Conte and your players are doing this season. The extra rest helps with recovery and preparation, but you still have to go out there and perform. It's an advantage, but of course nothing is guaranteed, you still have to be good enough and disciplined enough to take advantage of your advantage. I think you mixed two different ideas here. All I really was getting at is the teams below have to close the gap, but it will be harder for them to be as consistent when they are playing and traveling twice as much as you guys will be doing.
Im talking in general ....I have been on footy for more than 6 years now and never seen so much discussion about extra rest and European football being a advantage before.

Just a month back we had a discussion on Arsenal page and few fans were even ready to sacrifice Europe to concentrate completely on PL to win it. Suddenly why are people too bothered about Europe.
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That's because Arsenal have little chance of winning UCL do that feeling

And little do most of their fans know what UCL brings in terms of prize money even at the group stage and susbstantial TV revenue
No. To be fair Liverpool got that hate too when they went for the tittle under Rodgers.
@Bazinga you clearly underestimate the advantage of not being in Europe, you can't just say did city lose 4 - 0 because of europe did united lose to chelsea because of europe...you might be thinking "City had 9 days of rest so they shouldnt complain about fatigue against Everton" of course you do! its not about playing in Europe yesterday its about the entire season! Having played 8 extra champions league games catches up with you through out the season dude. And let me tell you one champions league game is like playing 3 premier league games especially when you have to play someone like Barcelona. That fatigue catches up with you as you are approaching the middle and end of the season. You have more time to sit and watch your next week's opponent online to see their weaknesses and etc, where as a team in Europe can't do that cos they have another big fish to fry in the middle of the week. There is absolutely no way Chelsea and Liverpool would be where they are had they been in Europe! Plus chelsea got lucky on so many 1 - 0 wins
I'm sorry Bazinga, but when you're talking about the big teams, it's clearly an advantage not to have European football. Obviously it's not an advantage for a team like Bournemouth because they don't have the squad. But when you're talking top 4 or winning the league, it does make a difference.

It's not the ONLY thing that explains Chelsea's success, but it's a factor and to say otherwise is just denial.

Your coach said it himself : http://www.beinsports.com/id-en/football/news/no-champions-league-an-advantage-for-chelse-6/377431

Even Klopp said it : http://www.espnfc.us/liverpool/story/3018423/jurgen-klopp-not-playing-in-europe-is-an-advantage-for-liverpool

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ok fair enough....but i think united,Chelsea and city in the past have won league and played in Europe as well. Yes it an advantage not be in europe...but i'm saying it can be done even with europe as done in the past
Clearly the premier league is stronger now than 5 years ago due to the increase in TV revenue. There are loads of internationals on teams outside the top 6. Thats why there's more talk about Europe making the league campaigns more difficult. Teams like southampton, everton, west ham will beat you on their day if you are not on your game.
http://www.independent.ie/sport/soccer/premier-league/manchester-united/man-united-have-the-worst-big-chance-conversion-rate-and-its-costing-them-champions-league-football-35371355.html

This article is damning - some terrible stats:

1. United have scored nine fewer than any other member of the top six so far this season with data from Opta revealing Mourinho’s team have the worst clear-cut chance conversion rate of any of the 20 Premier League sides this season.

2. The Old Trafford side have only managed to convert 12 of their 37 chances which you would normally expect finish nestled in the back of the net, giving them a conversion rate of just 32.43 per cent.

3. Liverpool have a 60 per cent chance conversion rate while Arsenal are the only other member of the top six to have a strike rate below 50 per cent – although at 48.89 per cent it is still far superior to United’s.


Man the club is having to go through each step like a new born child learning to walk. Last season the team could barely attack, just constantly switching the ball between midfield and defence, going wide, and then passing it back. Several games with 1 or 2 chances, just not good enough.

And the defence was bad too, the opposition scored each time they had a chance, last season.

This season although it started slowly, the team has been finding its feet in both defence and creating chances, but having the worst conversion rate among 20 EPL sides is quite disturbing. Thats after having someone like Zlatan who is among the top goals scored for the season. Its like nobody can even shoot on target, and when they do manage to get it on target it hits the post.

Really hoping they can work through this and put a few goals past the lesser oppositions in the next few games.

Rooney -

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BPyaexL3NAo&t=0m50s

This play really sums up Rooney at the moment, unclosed down near the end of the box he cant even make the keeper work. His shot is way off. The Rooney we all used to know would have scored or at the very least made the keeper work but this effort was just so disappointing.

Its not only clear cut chances that are going a miss, chances such as this Rooney miss are moments where the class of the players really shines and they give us (or used to) a huge advantage especially when in and around the opposition penalty box. Players always conjured up some magic to score goals, maybe a astute finish or a deft touch to find a player in space, all of that play is missing. This is why another world class forward is really essential atm, more than any other position in the team.
we complain about this every matchday, I was saying this just saturday after the chelsea match. we sometimes have 10, 15, 20 shots on target and only score 1-2 goals. it's ridiculous and it's costing us a position in the table more reflective of our play. you need to bury your clear chances, especially early on in the match. it's so frustrating.

what i also said earlier on in the season is true, when a lot of fans were saying we should bench ibra for missing sitters. the point is he gets into good positions, and sooner or later he'll start burying his chances. well he's scoring more now, but the rest of the team need to step up.
Your chance conversion is very reminiscent of Jose's first year back at Chelsea, when we had Lords Eto'o, Torres, and Ba as our 3 CFs. It was remarkable, that he was able to bring out a title challenge with these guys leading the line.

Although he has made mistakes this season, you guys are still within touching distance. He will fix most of these holes in the next couple of transfer windows, and probably leave behind a squad (if he does leave that is) that will be able to challenge for honour for many years to come.
Well he has to fix the holes in the summer, that's when most of the targets will likely be available, and Mou will also have a very good idea of where he needs to strengthen, if not already. Can't forget Grandpa Eto'o smacking a hat trick against Man utd... Oh Moyes
i'm just seeing your post stret, i was clearly joking lol.
Let's just trash stock city 6-0 or something. We really need to get our goals up. That's guna hurt us end of the season if we don't. We need to be horny as f**k. As far as title goes yeah we probably out, but I am just going to be optimistic and hope that chelsea and spurs and lpool will f**k up (very unlikely).


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D
W
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52
30
15
45
3
1
17
21
1
45
29
14
43
2
6
13
21
2
45
25
24
49
2
6
13
21
3
44
26
22
48
3
5
13
21
4
42
15
26
41
5
3
13
21
5
40
12
20
32
3
7
11
21
6
33
9
23
32
6
6
9
21
7
29
0
28
28
8
5
8
21
8
27
-6
33
27
8
6
7
21
9
26
-8
31
23
11
2
8
21
10
25
-7
37
30
10
4
7
21
11
25
-9
35
26
10
4
7
21
12
24
-7
26
19
9
6
6
21
13
23
-13
36
23
10
5
6
21
14
21
-10
34
24
10
6
5
21
15
20
-5
22
17
9
8
4
21
16
16
-10
40
30
13
4
4
21
17
16
-25
45
20
13
4
4
21
18
15
-20
40
20
14
3
4
21
19
15
-26
49
23
14
3
4
21
20
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D
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0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
7
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
8
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
9
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
10
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
11
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
12
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
13
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
14
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
15
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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W
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Pos
13
2
6
8
1
1
4
6
1
12
8
4
12
2
0
4
6
2
7
-4
7
3
3
1
2
6
3
2
-6
8
2
4
2
0
6
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