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McTominay signs a new contract and I won't pretend that I'm really excited about that news or else I would be a hypocrite.

Doesn't really have any qualities a decent midfielder in the premier leaugue possess, but oh well. As long as Jones does not get a contract extension too.
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I wonder if with some strength training and in the position, if he'd make a serviceable ball-playing CB.
I think you don't like him because he doesn't play flashy or dribble much with the ball or doesn't play killer through balls, but those are not part of his job description. His role is similar to Matic, just take the ball from defense and distribute it, stay calm with the ball, position yourself well in defensive situations and intercept passes etc. I believe he can reach the same level as Matic or higher with more experience. He might or might not become a world beater but he definitely can be a good squad player. I'd be more than happy if we filled those bench spots with academy players who might become first team players one day.
Just watched the Jose thing and i gotta say i agree with a lot of his points, man deserves respect, won 20 major trophys, won us 2 and half, signed us some decent players and i dont think many United fans will ever give him a bad reception when he returns here.
This season was bellow par and he had to go really now or at the end of season, but ill always like the man and i apreciate what his done for us in his short time here. he is a winner and to say his past it is ignorant,we will see him at his best no doubt again.
Go on crucify me.
No crucification from me. I completely agree with you. He took us forward.
Appreciate his work done here, but I also appreciate his departure. We have moved forward indeed, but he screwed up hard at the end.

It is interesting that I was just read an article on mou criticising young managers who focus on style. Also asks people to not judge him on his style but on his trophies.

Like, sure I am enjoying so damn much with our football right game to game, but will we achieve anything playing like this? Am I fine with that if we don't? Or am I okay with boring football weekly, but achieving something at the end? Can't choose. But what I know, is I was mostly pissed at every game this season until recently.
his problem is he doesnt get the repsect he deserves which i agree. his madrid inter and first chelsea were special teams and no way defensive but he also let his problems impact the team and he himslef turned on the players which was a disgrace because he was asking them to play a certain way. so he had to go but hes gota lighten up a bit and come back stronger. hes a winner
What mou is saying 100% correct but Mourinhos weakness is shown in the fact the he has to go on TV to say these things. Thats where he fails. His ego gets in the way.
In other news, PSG won 9-0 today. Yikes.
We Are f****d
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but they also lost to the team in 20th position after leading 1-0 at home
i think their defense is pretty weak, they showed that in the UCL in recent years and we are matching them for pace up front.
its an exticing draw either team could go through but i pick us as our form is s**t hot atm.
Man Chelsea are in trouble. They can't score. Arsenal kept a clean sheet, shocking!

On top of that sarri attacks his players publically afterwards saying he can't motivate them. Seems a mess rn..

Top 4 race is wide open. If we can get in reinforcements I think we will have a strong chance to end in the top 4

Tactically, if you can man-mark jorginho out the game, their buildup and attack from the back shuts down
Chelsea are rumoured to be close to wrapping up Higuain transfer. If that happens they will have a goal machine.
Sarri insists on playing Hazard as CF which is a strange choice and position...yet another manager seems to be unable to get the best out of Hazard
The same guy that bottle in big matches.
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Higuain is the Jedi master of bottling big games. Time after time he, he is super consistent when it comes to screwing up the biggest chances in the biggest games.
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Chelsea need another way of playing. Sarri ball is fantastic to watch when it clicks, but teams are starting to figure it out a bit.

Meanwhile, Spurs without Kane and Son for a bit, I expect them to drop points.
90th min winner for spurs
At the cost of Dele Alli hammy though
Did you guys see the Sarri interview? he took a big gamble and slammed his players
chelsea started the season strong but i think teams figured out how to set up agasint them and not giving Jorginho the time n space on the ball has been key so far . they need a Cf tho and im wondering if Higuain is the man, i think he bottles is big time too when his teams most need him.
Playing Hazard and Kante out of position doesnt help either.
"Rashford has scored more for United under Solskjaer than Mourinho this season. Pogba has scored as many under Solskjaer as he did under Mourinho. Pogba's also hit double-figures for the first time with #mufc."

Last year we had 1 double-digit scorer in the league, 3 across all comps. This year we're on pace for 4 and 4.

The Ole Effect.
+4
Sky reporting that Martial has agreed a 5 year deal. Hope that is true.
+3
Not surprised. Everybody looks like they are enjoying their football. Hope Ole gets the job, totally deserves it
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The race for 3rd or 4th. is going to be nuts.
Tis a gorgeous race. i am loving it.
How was that not a red for David Luiz, many players including Bailly got sent off for same thing. Studs shown, feet off the ground, text book s**t
thats why none of the EPL referees made it to the world cup...Barkley's was even worse leg breaking challenge and only a yellow, SMH.
transfermrkt has rashford valued at 65 million euros do you think that is a fair valuation? lets keep in mind that he is young and english a combination that makes players very expensive, i mean rashford has somewhat better stats than dele alli this season who is also english and a little older than rashford but his valuation is at 100 million euros.
He is worth twice as much.
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Triple at least
+2
Or none at all, considering we should never sell him
Dele Ali is hot garbage. Why compare against him
+2
Deli Ali is a good player, at the very least he scores from midfield, but this season I've seen more of his all-around game doing the dirty work in midfield and playing in transition to feed forwards instead of getting on the end of passes

I'm just happy we are seeing the Marcus that made such a big impact his first season. He is scoring, yes, but his link up play is better, his awareness of teammates runs and movement is better, and he is moving the ball quickly. No more kick-rush tactics, spending too much time on the ball, trying to rush it past defenders and giving it away 8 out of 10 times in the final third.
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Looks like Ole has steadied the ship, keep playing like this and you have a chance against PSG.
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