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oh ffs jones got injured in that u21 match vs norwhich city

also breaking news jose mourinho is signing as our DOF. dont see the point, we should just sign mendes. save ourselves the trouble.
JOnes. From England's highest potential defender to injury prone defender. The lad is more injury prone than wes brown lol.

I still rmb his scurrying across on all fours to head the ball last ditch defending. hahahahaha
Haven't you guys heard..he's going to become the best Manchester United player of all time
I really hope he can grow out of this. He's 23 (nearly 24), so it needs to happen soon if it's going to happen at all.

Near the end of the season last year he had some really good performances alongside Smalling. I'm not giving up on him yet, be he really needs to start playing consistently if he's going to live up to the hype.
it took smalling until this season (26) to outgrow his injuries.. but jones's contract would run out before then lol
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@Wenrooney if you give me the link to the video you want to embed I'll do it for you if you like.
Breaking down the rest of our season into two halves, it's vital that we go on a good stretch up until the City game:

Sunderland > Arsenal > Watford > WBA > Palace > City

Closing out we have:

Everton > Spurs > Villa > West Ham > Leicester > Norwich > Bournemouth

A couple of 6-pointers in there.
I just remembered our similar plans before December thinking we should breath through that month. Man did that play well...
It's not a matter of "should" this time, it's a matter of necessity.
it's ridiculous, both this and last season we dropped all these easy points and then had to do well in the tough games. if we could just beat the norwich and bournemouth's we'd be well into the top 4. we were in the top 4 all season until freaking december. we even topped the league i think in october,, maybe novermber. just frustrating.
Consistency is a huge issue in both PL and United xD. Even if we're facing Sunderland next game, you just don't know what will happen.
also derby day for u21!s a win takes us top of the table with i think 1 or 2 games in hand.
https://twitter.com/R_o_M/status/697903172443049984

1-0. rothwell. keane assist

edit: same score at fulltime.
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About time keano gets a run in the first team

And that plonker dippoy can get a run at u21
So you want Keane to play striker now that mata is at cam playing well and Rooney is at striker playing well??

Keane was always a talent but he's 23 playing against kids. Hate to be harsh but I think he should move on. He didn't do so hot on loan in the championship. Sure he could get some minutes here or there but there are others I would give minutes ahead of him like fosu mensa and periera. Thst bad injury really set him back because a few years ago he looked guaranteed to make the first team. Now II think he's only ever be a bit part player, I'm not sure if he has the quality to play here. Do you see him as the next harry kane? We could give him a few minutes as reward but I'm not sure his long term future is here, as much as I feel like a jerk for saying it.
Damn shame as well. I remember kean was such a top prospect before he his acl injury.
http://www.bbc.com/sport/football/35548741

for all the crap we've seen on the pitch, i have to say our resurgence off the pitch has been dramatic. i think it's only a matter of time before we start clicking on the pitch again.

http://bigstory.ap.org/article/fe4badbc24d44494b77fb16f69968df2/man-u-seeks-world-class-stars-not-emulating-leicester-plan
High rollas
For all the unnecessary negativity I see in this forum I can't effing believe I don't see more outrage and discontent about freaking Mou rumours. Am I the only one to think he is wrong for us on every possible level? And what about Gigsy?... Haven't people learned anything about football with Leicester and Ranieri !!! I am so effing gutted... It's that board of executives that should be sacked.
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Come on, lets be honest here. Giggs has no managerial credentials what so ever and the club can't afford to take a risk again. Lessons to be learnt by the failure of moyes and the current predicament of Neville.

To be fair most in this forum aren't keen on the idea of the Mourinho taking over, but try naming a few potential candidates who've got the experience and silverware to manage at this level.
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You're not the only one who thinks Mourinho is the wrong choice for Utd. He's a fantastic manager, but I hate how he approaches the game, what he does to youth players and talented "luxury" players like Mata.

Utd will be better off without him Mourinho is only a short term fix and always leaves clubs worse off than when he found them.
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it's just speculation

all i will say is i hope the last 3 performances can continue. if that is the case, we could possibly win a trophy this season and or make CL.

and it's vindication for sticking with LvG. we had that horrible period of turgid football, but i think we've shown that we can play good dominant football under lvg at times. it's a matter of getting consistency, and i believe that would come with more experienced high end players.
Are there any chance on Simeone? I'm not quite familiar with his managerial style though.

I'm also worried about having Mou. The ideal thing would be someone to build on the current system and add a few tweaks like Ranieri did to Pearson's system, its working perfectly for them.
How about Giggsy? Lol if Neville experience tenure at Valencia hasn't taught you good players don't equal good managers I don't know what will.

Shut up talking about Neville and Giggs and just look at the picture painted in front...

Club in disaster

Manager in disaster

Doesn't anyone think it's going to end up that way?
Oh I'm just a confounded lot
simeone is a decent man manager. his sides are organized and high intensity. seems a bit of a hot head at times but his personality works well with his squad from what i can tell. he's not likely to be in the running for our hot seat though.
I think it's very funny when folks talk about wanting Simeone but don't want Mou for some reason. Or not wanting Mou because of interviews without knowing Pep has his antics as far as interviews are concerned as well.

I don't want Mou to land the United job either but I also find it funny when United fans make comments like Mou doesn't play attractive footy and then say they want Simeone..like, do you even know what you're talking about? Lol

Also, this myth about Mou not playing attractive footy is not entirely true. His first Chelsea side, his inter side and counter attacking Madrid side?

Also, I don't think most of you guys should be too worried about not landing Pep. Yes! He's done well at Barca and is his name is all over the place now but aside his glory at Barca,no one knows how he'll do in this league.

Also, regarding MP of spurs, I think people forget that this season is somewhat of a freak season...so any little to decent effort by people or teams we didn't expect at the start of the season is seen as world class or great. I think if the big teams had all performed to their standards this season, no one would evening be considering him.

Anyway time will tell as to who your next manager will be...i sure hope it isn't Mou thou.
Cheers!
I don't watch atletico games but I know they play a defensive countter style. It's probably not too far off from mourinho. But like I said, I doubt he is a candidate.
This is just another reason why fans should not be running around calling for the manager to be sacked. You may not get what you want just because you sack the current manager.
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The problem with our fans is that majority of us think there is such thing called "United Way", while it is just a myth and is something they come up in their head watching Fergie style of football and his internal club's backroom success.

It is so bad that there should be term for that created for just that thought. Because you would think that idea would be healed after we had sip of Moyes and LVG, but no, that does not seem to be enough for some of us, so lets appoint first thing that comes to the head and speak up nonsense. We got spoiled so much its unreal, some of us still are stuck in Narnia.
thats nonsense, of course there's a utd way of playing football. fans have expectations of how the game should be played. it's been like that for decades, even before fergie, utd were known for a style of football. do you think fergie just made up a way of playing? he knew the history of the club when he took over, he didn't just tear everything down, there was a legacy that came before him. that's not to say the style hasn't changed and evolved with the times and makeup of the squad, but there's certainly a legacy and expectation to live up to. at the core, utd are expected to play with pace, width, and score goals. they're also expected to build up a strong academy and give local lads a chance. there are principles in style and play that the club chose as the foundation for past and any future success.
Its more like: "Fergie way"

"United way" myth for majority of our fans is actually between "1991-2013" and they will associate it with success. They will also remind of Busby babes, and try to link it with any succesive periods in pre Fergie era, but truth to be told we were never playing exactly the same way all the time, we were never managed the same way. Managers come and go. Structure was actually changing a lot, tactics and meta of the game as well: and that is normal.

If "United Way" is aggressive play we liked to play or giving chance to Youth, than this is a Very Very generic statement. We all understand this in a different way.

Ask our fans what is United Way and they all come up with different answers.
of course, if you are going to find commonalities over 100+ years of different managers and players, the themes will sound generic/broad. doesn't mean that utd don't have traditions. thats exactly what you are implying, if you are unaware.
traditions of what?

Here I found "United Way" Definition: https://www.gtcuw.org/about_us/faqs/

Apparently its a "nonprofit" agency that I quote: "brings people and communities together"

SIF you won this argument mate, we actually found something, not that I wanted but better to what we currently have, which is nothing.
ok, so utd have no traditions, no expectations, theres nothing in common between utd sides past and present. thats your argument then. sound about right?
By that sentiment we can say no club has a set way of playing or any traditions they try to adhere to
If you include Sir Matt Busby, then there should be a tradition. Both teams are surrounded by young, local players who play fast, aggressive and counter attacking football.
Who else thinks pochettino could be the best manager to replace van gaal.Am in awe of this Spurs side, and the manager is absolutely brilliant.....I think he would do an amazing job with all the resources available at United...what's your take?
A club like MUFC cannot replace LVG by someone who has not won a single trophy during his managing career.

We need to fight for trophies not for top 4.
Pochettino is committed to Spurs. It's not about money always.
Bullshit^. It always comes down to money. He says no to 8m a year? Try 15. Still no? Go to 30. Eventually even the most loyal man can be bought.
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If he was so loyal he would still be at Southampton or something. Anyways I don't see why he would deserve an offer from us just yet
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I think Dom is spot on lol. he hasn't won anything with soton nor spurs. We ought to go for the top managers but truth is we haven't been able to attract top talent for a while be it players or managers (no guess why pep going to city)

The intent says alot when we replaced SAF with moyes. we cannot appoint another unproven manager and waste another 3-4 years repeating our poor cycle of hoping "potential" comes good.

Sad to say I don't like Mou but he is currently perhaps the only one with the credentials to fit the bill.
Atleast give him time until end of the season to judge...haven't won anything yet and he is best man to be next united manager ?? seriously?
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@Dom - except that we already did...with Golum
Hope Leicester can bone arsenal this weekend. They will define become favourites for the title if they win while we need favors if we are to get that 4th place. Go foxes!
Umm.. 4th place is taken. You could maybe try for 3rd
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Darren fletcher scored a great goal against peterborough in the fa cup.nice to see him playing an important role at wba
+3
And samuelson from peterborough who is on loan from west ham looks like a good young player.he's having a great game,creating loads of trouble from the center of midfield for the wba defence
Also missed a penalty terribly.
Juan Mata checking his phone for all the latest rumors in football, his praying Joze isn't the next manager.
+1
So sad
+1
I hope he doesnt remove Mata; He removed him at Chelsea but they were a different team and the replacement Oscar never really matched up to Mata's levels.
I feel really bad for him, If Mou becomes our manager next season, I hope he won't remove him
Mou didn't remove him. Mata wanted to leave over playtime.
^Mourinho might didn't remove him technically. But he did force Mata to leave by playing him less than he suppose to especially a player who had won players of the season consecutively, that's basically give Mata a middle finger. It's not really rocket science to not see that Mourinho doesn't want him aka remove him from Chelsea. Sometime people just don't want to say it to your face, but just want to give you a hint.
+1
^ yes, just like a typical boss, firing you is too expensive, he'll get you resigned so he doesn't have to pay anything.


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