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Third kit? Seems consistent with leaked images of home and away kits. Not sure what to think of the alternate. Orange for our Oranje connection, perhaps?

https://metrouk2.files.wordpress.com/2015/04/unitedthird.jpg
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It looks like a Germany shirt.
LOL if Cleverley wins a cup this season.
"i left utd to win trophies"

lol. i know i've heard that before, i cant remember who said it though.
Some Reject > Some Legend
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I think it was Buttner, talking about Russia
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http://www1.skysports.com/football/news/11667/9813626/manchester-united-make-memphis-depay-enquiry-psv-confirm

MrWaddy posted the story below but Sky Sports have confirmed the quotes.

Seems we have made an approach, given Depays not so subtle activity on social media it would appear he is angling for the move here, I really hope we sign him, long term I think it could be a better signing than Reus (assuming we don't go in for him lol).
I'd be very surprised if Depay didn't end up here, considering our Dutch influence in the squad.
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Depay have deep relationship with LVG it seems, he describes him as a father figure to him. After those hints on his twitter, can't stop thinking he's already one of us.
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I was really impressed and happy with our football yesterday. As much as I would have like the win, yesterday counts as one of the games that show how far we have progressed since last season.
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Was thinking this myself mate.

Even though we lost I've never seen us boss a game like that at Stamford Bridge, we had all the ball and the territory, when it was confirmed that Carrick, Smalling and Blind would miss the game I expected a horrible performance but it was decent stuff.

We have a horrible record at Stamford Bridge and it was nice to see us assert ourselves, Chelsea did what they did best, defend well and foul persistently lol.
Looks like his philosophy is getting through to the players! It made the loss a lot easier to take especially when we did manage a few chances - just couldn't bury them. If everyone had finished their chances it could have easily been 4-2.
Even under Sir Alex, we wouldn't have bossed the game like we did at the Bridge. If we could do that with a dodgy squad like ours, can't wait to see how its going to be when we have the new LvG players next season.
i was left extremely frustrated that we lost, which is far cry from the humiliation of letting a 45 year old eto'o score a hattrick on us last season.

we did ok especially given our injuries. i felt we could have created a bit more, and im disappointed in our finishing but we kept the ball well and limited them to just a couple decent counters. we really needed to score the first goal, then we would be able to carve them open. they are far from a dominant side. it's more or less hazard +10
I do miss Ferguson's late game comeback era though :/ best feeling in football, can only be the result from the good old hairdryer treatment :P
Enough about yesterdays boring tactics in response to our football that s**t puts me to sleep.

What do you guys think of Wijnaldum? I don't know much about him, or if he'd be United quality.
Not united quality. Better version of zaha but nowhere near the quality of Depay or januzaj
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Lol you actually used quality in the same sentence with Januzaj. Like wtf did this guy do to make everyone love him so much?
Wijnaldum is a great player. If we're judging United quality by Januzaj, then we're well and truly f****d
Thanks for the info Somere, i'm a fan of Januzaj. I think he will come good.
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I don't see the point in signing Wijnaldum myself.

Granted I don't know much about him but from what I saw at the WC he doesn't offer anything that we don't already have in the squad and was not impressive neither.

With the exception of Carrick (who at 34 will need replacing soon anyway) we should be looking at players who bring elements to the table that we don't already have in the squad.

We already have a quality starting 11 (could use a few tweaks ofc) but the pieces are more or less all there, we need to be looking at making the squad more dynamic and fill existing holes, a pacy striker who has some flair, a goal scoring winger, a CB with leadership quality, someone who can replicate and eventually replace Carrick etc.

Wijnaldum would just be adding to the numbers and that's not the right direction for the club this summer IMO, quality not quantity should be our focus.
He's a CM not a winger and I actually think he'd be a really good backup for you guys. He's a B2B type mid who started out as a AM/False 9 so he's technichly excellent with great stamina. Another option would be Jory Clasie who is more of a deep lying playmaker Xavi type player.
i like him, he was really composed during the world cup. he's not an outstanding player, i wouldn't say he is united quality, but i think he would be a great signing for a mid table club. he is used as a cam or b2b cm but he's better going forward than defending.

@cheshire, his close control, creativity, and his passing range. the boy is definitely talented. you forget he's just 19, he's going to have a long future here but has to be patient. i see him as a future #10. he's wearing giggsy's number but in 5 years i can see him wearing wayne's
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Yeah I agree with SiF on Januzaj, lad needs time.

Some of our fans need to stop talking in absolutes over players that are not in the best form, it was not even 12 months ago people were insisting that Fellaini was the worst player to ever wear a United shirt.

Look at him now, starting 11 and bossing it.
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Yeah, I don't see the comparison with Januzaj & Depay.

Wijnaldum is not a winger, but a CM. Good & technical, but not Utd. quality. Besides if I'm not mistaken he's already 25 or something, so he isn't going to be improving all that much either.

Far better options out there to pick from.
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Let's hope so but since his game vs Sunderland (and a few performances here and there) he's shown none of those.
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mu4e: i definitely wouldn't compare him to depay lol. depay has been playing top of the dutch league for a few seasons now, and has two years on janu in age - probably way more in match experience. plus they are different players, but i think janu is talented and needs minutes - lots of minutes.
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Can we pull a similar move as nani and buy depay with adnan going the other way on loan??
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@OMGOzil; Jordi Clasie is more of a Mascherano than a Xavi. Not sure what the hell you've been smoking mate :P
Jereon I actually think he's a bit of mix between the two players.
Just saw this on YNFA:

When Paul Scholes was 34 years old he was scoring the winner in a CL semi-final against Barcelona.

When Steven Gerrard was 34 years old he was being outplayed in an F.A cup semi-final by Tom Cleverley.

This ends the debate once and for all.
_____________________________________________

Truer words have never been spoken.
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Never understood the debate to begin with. He can't come close to Scholes, lampard either. Just ask the games biggest legends :D
+3
Cleverley > Gerrard :P
Lawlz

"What puts Stevie over Lampard and Scholes is that he's a big game player."
- Carragher
+4
Carragher is always good for a laugh.

I actually feel a little bad for Stevie G. He's shown nothing but loyalty to his team which is rare these days and has little to show for it. He's put up with rebuild after rebuild and multiple managers and he is obviously a quality player.

Don't worry, me feeling bad is quickly overpowered by my joy at liverpool's failure :P
Gerrard has always been too heavy on passion, and too tactically naive to ever be a truly elite player.
+2
Its pretty obvious. Gerrard is not as great as Scholes when it comes to technique . Once their legs went, Scholes relied on his technique to keep producing whereas Gerrard could not. Same thing is happening with Yaya. His age is starting to limit his pace and power that once made him unplayable. Also City did not feed him cake which is a big problem.
Hehe.... Hehehehee... HAHAHHAHA HARDY HARDY HAR!
http://i.imgur.com/0Y3vKOh.gifv
PSV's technical director has confirmed us, PSG and 1 other top club have contacted PSV about Memphis Depay. He also says it's up to the player which club he wants to go and he's confident an agreement will be reached with that club.

Keeping in mind his relationship with Van Gaal, it would suprise me if he's not a United player next season.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gTQcJeVTy38

his goal from yesterday. i hope we land him. 20 goals from LW in a season in any euro league is impressive.

of course those psg mugs would be after him. i know spurs made a bid for him last summer and he declined. im sure we will land him thanks to the dutch connection and our history with psv (pjs, rvn, etc)
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That's some poor goalkeeping tho. But of the 20 goals he's scored this season this is his 5th or 6th free-kick goal, also don't forget he's scored 3 penalties as well.

I don't believe he'll come here and hit the ground running because he's still very raw and his decision making is pretty terrible. He holds on to the ball way too long, takes some ridiculous shots, tries to dribble 5 man when a simple pass would've sufficed.

I think he's a great talent and I'd like United to sign him but I have a feeling a lot of people are overhyping him. The pressure will be huge but hopefully he's one of those players that thrives off pressure.
how is that poor goalkeeping? he smacks it right into the top right corner. fantastic technique.

goals are goals mate, he's proven he is a goal-scoring winger. he also had a few at the worl cup despite his limited minutes. i have seen enough of him to know he has great skillset (physical mental and technical) and great positioning. he will be a nightmare for defenders.

edit: in terms of decision making, check out his composed performance vs spain just a few weeks ago. he's maturing all the time, he really is going to be a fantastic player. at psv he's the main man, and might feel the need to do a bit extra.. when he is with the national team, he looks like he'd fit in here pretty easily, talent but still a team player.
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He's raw but an incredibley positive player always looking to go forward to score/assist. Plus his decision making will only get better with time.
Haha @ Gerrard
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Haha @ liverpool
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Premier League Table

Form
PTS
GD
GA
GF
L
D
W
Pl
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76
39
26
65
2
7
23
32
1
66
31
32
63
6
6
20
32
2
65
28
31
59
6
8
19
33
3
64
33
34
67
7
7
19
33
4
57
11
36
47
9
6
17
32
5
57
6
47
53
10
6
17
33
6
56
21
24
45
11
5
17
33
7
47
-4
42
38
12
8
13
33
8
46
-3
41
38
13
7
13
33
9
43
0
42
42
12
10
11
33
10
42
-3
45
42
13
9
11
33
11
41
-2
43
41
12
11
10
33
12
36
-14
46
32
15
9
9
33
13
35
-20
54
34
16
8
9
33
14
32
-21
45
24
17
8
8
33
15
29
-23
48
25
13
14
5
32
16
28
-16
45
29
16
10
6
32
17
28
-17
51
34
18
7
7
32
18
26
-21
59
38
21
5
7
33
19
26
-25
51
26
17
11
5
33
20
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