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dammit, arsenal are on fire. 3 classy goals today
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Gotta say im enjoying Real Madrids collapse, for years they slammed Ronaldo and thought they would be better off without him as his a selfish narcissist . Now they fighting for top 4 ,lol whats up!!
Now imagine Juve knocking them out of UCL with CR on scoresheet if they qualify.
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Mate, four Champions League titles in five years-phenomenal. Bad period was bound to come, it's normal. I wouldn't call it a collapse.
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dealing with the departure of Zizu was always going to be difficult since that came out of nowhere
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@Tuzaspe It's a collapse bound to come though.
Zizou is a big loss for them but Ronaldo is much bigger loss. Even Zizou would struggle with this current set up. Ronaldo was more than just a player, he was a fear factor for them. As long as they had him, they where confident they can whop anybody's a**. Without him they seem spineless. 9 years of scoring 40, 50 and 60 goals for them and being clutch asf is hard to replace.

Perez will try something this summer. His going to make a move sooner or later for either Neymar or Mbppae. Won't be surprised if they try to sign both lol.
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Agree with Moe66. Ronaldo is their biggest loss. In the champions league run when they are playing bad still Ronaldo was there to save them with a great individual display. I must these collapse were visible in last season also where Madrid trailed by 17 points for the title to Barcelona.
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Losing Zidane and the GOAT in a short period of time will f**k any club up.
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Goal difference of -1 after 9 games. Does someone has any stats from previous years on this?
For all the attacking football City is playing and committing players forward they have only conceded 3 goals.
So play Martial on the left mkay
No No No No No. You don't mean Mou actually figured out his worth do you? Can't happen :P

Even that twat Deschamps is now taking notice of the lad
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If he gets dropped, Jose needs to go. Marital is so talented.
You need to watch Riyad Mahrez vs Burnley to see the kind of attacking wing play that we have not seen for years at OT.. the guy is simply better than any player we got and . Im not even exaggerating. Dropping defenders at will, like they are flies...swinging in incredible crosses for strikers on a plate. And then scoring a sensational hit from outside the box which is not even celebrated because City are already 4 goals up. Lmao
The only player we got who comes anywhere close is Pogba and even he's not a natural especially the way he is being used.

Rashford an co are at best Theo walcott/ everton kinda players, they are never going to become world class, We got such a flop in Sanchez who we are shelling out 300k a week for.
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we were in dire need of a r.winger and still are and i dont understand why we didnt try n get him
To be fair City were also competing for Sanchez before we lost him to you guys. Just got lucky on that one and found Mahrez waiting to be lapped up.
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We needed a RW and we got Sanchez. But hey, Sanhez is more marketable than Mahrez. He will bring in a lot of money from South America.
Arab world is where the shits at, thats why all the Arabs are getting into football - Qatar, Saudi, Uae, heck they even bought the world cup... and Mahrez is big there, probably only next to Salah in terms of local popularity
And we are not competing there at all.

South america is under huge depression, Arab world is floating in riches after years of oil wealth
The thing is , Gulf is already a market where we have a huge presence. South American market is different for English teams. They traditionally support the Spanish sides. There is room to grow in that market whereas the gulf region is already a big hub for English football.

That's my hypothesis anyway. Di Maria, Falcao, Sanchez etc.
Thing is I don't think Di Maria and Falcao have too many kind words to say about United!
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Good thing the feeling is mutual
Are you guys sure united signed Alexis because of south american money or because Jose asked club to sign him at any cost and promised more attacking football?
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Football clubs dont sign players just because of stuff like that but It could be a factor. Man utd looks at marketability of players. No 7 on Sanchez would sell more shirts than Mahrez.

I believe Sanchez was an opportunity signing from the club. I am guessing his agent could have approached the club with a possibility and the club could have asked the manager. Managers dont promise attacking football based on a signing or tell the club to pay the player 500k. That is not how football works.
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To be fair to United and Mou, everybody thought Sanchez was going to be a deadly signing for you guys, including me.

Not sure who's fault it is that he's been s**t but he was a perfect signing for United.
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not surprising, not many wanted to leave arsenal on their own wish still playing like a top player at other club. Except 1 season wonder van persie and maybe fabregas, i cannot think of anyone else. Even fabregas is not as good as he was and rvp flopped hard after SIF
Arsenal Don play like we do, he is a central player, more like a rooney. He needs to be on the ball in central areas, he isn't a real winger so we can't expect him to take players on, go down the line etc, he's not gonna be as useful out wide. He is a goalscorer, let him play uptop with lukaku.
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"Managers dont promise attacking football based on a signing or tell the club to pay the player 500k"


This is exactly how football works in modern day and managers demand players that would help them play certain style of football club demands. Pep , Sarri , Uni, Klopp all have promised certain brand of football by making signings they wanted.

This applies to Jose as well. I think you should watch post match interview after Spurs game where Jose clearly blasted people who were calling out to play front foot football and told it would end-up like this if defense is not sorted 1st.

I'm sure i have read many conversions here about how one world class CB signing would have let your manager play open and attacking football this season. He is not able to do that right now because the attacking players are busy helping defense instead of playing freely.
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No, no manager promises to play "attacking football" based on one signing. That makes no sense. Maybe he could have asked for a player saying that he improves our attacking threat or our forward line Or he give us more balance or more work rate.

Its not like we are not playing attacking football. We are just not very good at it.


"We're just not very good at it" is quite right. I think Jose hoped Sanchez could be to him now what Hazard was to him 3 years ago--the individual threat that would take on defenses single-handedly with moments of magic. Sanchez can do that, but it takes too many rounds of trial and error to pull it off. We don't create enough chances for that luxury, and he isn't clinical enough. Throw in the fact that our defense is piss poor so who's supporting him?

I mean, would any of us have expected to only have scored 1 less goal than Liverpool at this point in the season? You could say that to me right now and I wouldn't believe you, if not for the table on the right. But overall, we just don't create enough chances, nor play the all-around style, to assuage the pressure that assaults and usually breaches our defense.
great weekend (sort of) but curb your enthusiasm guys; I fear as always the penny hasn't dropped and the man still hasn't seen the light and realised we're good playing to our strengths. next game, same as 1st half.
https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/football/7510365/manchester-united-saudi-prince-takeover-premier-league-mohammad-bin-salman-khashoggi/

Saudis interested in our club... f**k the glazers and give us some oil money...
no
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if that happends the United we all knew and fell in love with will be GONE. BIG NO i rather have the Jews
+1
Never thought fans would ever wish for Glazers to stay...but here we are thats the world today

To think Magnier and McManus sold the club to Glazers due to a dispute regarding a bloody horse... lol old times
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lol. I rather our club be free from any of these owners. Glazers made our club take on huge debt. At least if there was free roll money I would imagine us able to focus on football again.
lol the farce towards the end of the game is unnecessary. Glad both parties settled everything so quickly. Only media trying to blow it up again.
Sarri showed great composure when facing a tough situation... someone like Conte or Wenger and pizzas will be flying in the tunnel
it's not the manager that started it, Conte or Wenger would of done the same as Sarri, it was just stupid move by that staff and the media wants to blow it of course even when Jose said he has forgiven the guy
Mourinho gave Martial huge praise when Martial was being subbed off. Nice to see that. Martial had a big grin on his face. You can tell it means a lot to him to please someone like Mourinho.
Yup, Martial is slowly picking up his form. He need consistent game time now. That is Jose's Responsibility. I dont mind dropping him in odd occasions but Jose needs to give Martial that LF spot.
Lol crazy game cant believe we went into a lead but finally salvaged a draw after that shambolic first half display. Kudos to Martial the second one was a top finish

But damn that was a putrid first half display, no wonder we struggle in many games vs weak teams because they players seemed to have no desire to do anything in that half


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