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I think it's about time we talked about it... Daley Blind is f*****g handsome lol
he's like a solo guitarist who plays country song and likes to wear denim jacket... i can picture that so easily
meanwhile ulloa is like a lead singer from a mediocre pop rock band
He's handsomely paid
I would choose modelling as my second job if I were him. Like Becks.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PJHMFS-oOYc

check out the casual finish from wilson.

he played this game on friday night and played off the bench vs chelsea 2 days later
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So excited by this kid. This video put a smile on my face.

Good to see Will Keane back. Keane is class as well but Wilson is the one to watch. If we sign Falcao permanently, Keane should move elsewhere for first team football.

And good to see Reece James back as well. He has some potential as a left back cover for Shaw.
^ Falcao, RVP, and Rooney are all going to be retired by the time Wilson is 23/24. I would stay if I were him.
He's talking about Keane moving not Wilson
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Oh I see. But same thing applies for Keane. He's just 21.
We need to sign Rolando Aarons.
Last time I saw him play was against Crystal Palace, I thought I might check Zaha's form. But this lad's talent overshadowed the entire game and made me forgot about Zaha playing in that game :P. Reminds me of Sterling, maybe better depending how they nurture him.
city are 1 goal behind. i actually want city to equalize so that the game goes into extra time and then they lose on penalties.
Newcastle fielding a weakened side as well.

City have got most of their best players out, Silva has gone off injured, Toure too.
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Sissoko is a beast.
As much as it sucks for a player like Silva to get injured, it might make the difference for us if he doesn't play against us.
Silva is one those player I fears the most, with his trickery and skills that could carve our defenders
silva wasn't there the last time we played them at the emptyhad so all we have to do is show up this time.

The past few Manchester derbies have be one sided
+1
chicha banging goals in RM like john terry banging.... nevermind lol
+7
wow rio banned for three matches for sending a tweet making fun of some random person's mom and using a slang term.
Lol I always had a feeling his twitter would end up getting him in trouble. He's funny but he often goes too far.
He wants to grow up a bit, hes nearly 40 ffs lol.

None the less I think the ban is ridiculous, its just an argument, not the F.A's business if its not happening on a football pitch or a football based event, they should keep their noses out.
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To celebrate our first late comeback in a long, long time, here's an amazing video on some of our best comebacks in the Fergie era.
Really worth a watch, so many amazing memories!
Oh, also, it really shows how stupid those accusations of us being a "small club" (because we celebrated that much against Chelsea) are. In the video, you see players going crazy after scoring against the likes of Blackburn, Spurs, Villa, etc., and all of these goals came during a period where we were dominating English football. So I guess that means we were a "small" club back then too? :P

Enjoy!

http://vimeo.com/42060837
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Nice vid.

Yeah a couple of my chelsea mates had a chip on their shoulder after we scored the equialiser. To call the celebrations childish or small club mentality i find a shallow remark but to each his own opinion.

Glory days are back!
we had one just last week at west brom lol.
Dammit SIF! Can't you just be cool? Lol

(I totally forgot about that already!)
Let's stick with traditions and score the winning goal against City at stoppage time ;)
I love how everyone is making excuses for chelsea, how we headlocked them on set pieces, cheated them with the ref, how we would have been destroyed if diego costa played, how we were only lucky to draw bcos mourinho parked the bus after they scored..... u just gotta love the ABus and thier bitterness, even the pundits as well, how they only conceded on the set piece bcos ivanovic was not there, they just cant accept that the 'invincibles' did not crush man utd
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U may not accept it but everything they said is true, the ref did cheat them on a penalty, and ivanovic red card freed fellani or rvp and if diego costa had played instead of drogba, there is 90% chance De gea wouldn't have saved the shot, that is how lethal and accurate diego is, and mourinho did play it safe by bringing in mikel obi to close rather than go for the kill, remember u guys were not very strong in the second half compared to the first half, and it did not look like u guys would score until the defensive substitution, but was the point fair based on overall quality of play, i think so imo, but to call them bitter for honest analysis of the game is not fair, i think u should watch the game again, and ur opinion might change a little.
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Its pathetic isn't it.

I could just as easily argue that Rooney and Falcaos absence cost us just as much as Costas, that is no excuse, as for the grappling incident... This kind of nonsense goes unpunished every week, it doesn't make it right but it shows again that there is clear double standards, no fuss made when a player from another team does it.

Ivanovich deserved the red, his first was for dissent, keep your trap shut, simples, the second was more for an accumulation of fouls as Chelsea were persistently fouling after scoring in an attempt to stagnate the flow of the game, regardless Di Maria was clear of him and Ivanovich ran across his heels, he knew exactly what he was doing, he made no attempt to alter his stride and prevented a cross into the box, the fact he made no protest said it all.

They've got no excuse, as you said we were supposed to get murdered and instead we made an excellent account of ourselves against a full strength Chelsea minus Costa and we were even the better side for long periods, an in form RVP or an average game for Courtois and we would of won that match whether any of these bitter bastards like it or they don't.

:D

EDIT: When I say "bitter bastards" I am not really talking about Chelsea fans, they've actually accepted the result with some grace so credit to them, referring to the double standard ABU community in general.
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We were without Falcao and Rooney, so that eludes the Costa bullshit. Ivanovic deserved the red. I can agree on the pen for Chelsea but that doesnt change the fact that we were the better team for most of the game. We started the second half poorly and Chelsea took advantage, if they carried on with their tactics you never know what would have happened. Mourinho decided to do what he does best but it wasnt enough because we never gave up. In conclusion, a message to all the haters, the manutd you feared will be back again ;). Also, get used to the hate guys, thats the downside of being good, but we know that already lol. Lets not forget, we're a team in the rebuilding stage, Chelsea have their team set.
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who is arguing about the result now and who are these bitter bastards ?? Most of us accepted that it was a fair result and we paid for not killing the game and slowing down after the goal...Ofcourse there will be many If's and but's after every game and Pundits generally speak high of the team in ascendancy.
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Ease down on the accusations lads, you should know full well that every side that doesn't win is going to have fans or pundits who will point out how they should've won instead, at one time or another you may have done similar yourselves. Best not to worry about the other team's fans and just discuss the football instead, having fans of another team come in here defending the accusations is just going to ruin any decent discussion on your page and cause work for mods to defuse, cheers.
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"that is how lethal and accurate diego is"

is his open goal miss against arsenal or one-on-one miss against luxembourg considered "accurate"?

or when he was invincible against man city, is that considered "lethal"


i chuckled a bit on that statement
+7
"everything they said is true". I watched the game twice and I don't think that's true at all mate.

- First of all, they all called ADM a disgraceful cheating ____ (insert curse word here) for 'clearly' diving in the last minute. Replays show that he was definitely clipped and it was 100% a foul. Even then, some of them refused to admit it was a foul. How? I have absolutely no clue. Di Maria is through in a great position and Ivanovic looked like he intentionally tried to prevent him from going any further. Look for yourself. I don't know if that's a yellow or not, but it looked like a tactical foul by Ivanovic, trying to stop an attacking play. Here's the foul.

https://vine.co/v/OhLx2dZTgAP

- And I just can't take the Costa excuses seriously. Chelsea are the last team to complain about injuries (literally, they're the team with the least injuries this season) and they're telling US who had 12 players injured at one point this season that it would've been a different game had Costa been available? I mean we were missing our best striker (Falcao), our best playmaker (Rooney) and our best defender (Jones), but yes, Chelsea are the unlucky ones. I'd like to see how well they'd play this season if they had half their squad injured like United or Arsenal. And how did you come up with the 90% chance of De Gea not being able to stop Costa? Strikers can have bad games, like Theatreofdream rightly said, and De Gea is the best goalie in the league at the moment. He's stopped better players before, I don't see why he would be beaten by Costa 9 out of 10 times.
Furthermore Costa relies heavily on Cesc feeding him balls and the latter couldn't do anything all game except for the corner that lead to the goal as Fellaini had him in his pocket throughout the 90 mins.

- The one thing I agree with is that Mourinho could've/should've killed the game but decided to park the bus instead, but that's their manager, and a tactic that has worked for them for years. You can't like it when it works and dislike it when it doesn't.

I'm seeing a lot of Chelsea fans having trouble giving us credit for the game and that's what bothers me the most. The fact is they didn't deserve a win in that game. Bar the Drogba goal (and the Hazard chance that created the corner), they didn't come close to scoring. Not even a little. We had more possession, more attempts, more attempts on goal. I think a point is fair.
+6
It's not United, it's Phil Dowd. I'm starting to develop an almost unhealthy hatred for the man.

I think the main problem for us, at least for me is the history Phil Dowd has reffing our matches. 10 reds in the last 12 matches he's reffed for us, or should I say against us. I accept the tactics, the missing players part doesn't really hold water, all teams have to deal with injuries it's part of the game.

We'd be much more quick to give United credit if the goal had occurred fairly, which most of us feel did not happen. We all see things with at least a tiny bit of bias. If the reverse had happened we'd probably be having this conversation in reverse as well.

Before the game I said I'd be happy with a point knowing full well United always give us a run for our money. I also said I hope no bad calls affect the outcome of the game. 1 out of 2 ain't bad I guess...

Going back to my forum to be with the rest of the bitter bastards. :P
+1
you have clattenburg and dean on your side... you really have nothing to say in regards to refs...
Clattenburg and Dean?! Sorry, have to take a minute to soak that one up. Clattenburg, the man who was accused of racism by Mikel, to which the FA did nothing. And Dean, the man who celebrates when Arsenal scores. Swing and a miss.
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None of us CFC fans are looking for sympathy, believe me we know we're not going to get any. Most of us have already moved on. We just don't want to be labelled as "bitter bastards" when we voice our unhappiness when we feel forces were at work against us. No-one has posted any of our grievances in the United forum. When a sending off and a subsequent goal happens right after you can be sure it wouldn't make a difference what team it happened to, there will always be a reaction to it.
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How anyone can say ivanovic deserved a red is beyond me. I don't understand why fans who get lucky with decisions can't accept them, and move on.

Was the united performance deserving a point? Probably. Was it a fair result? Not a chance, because of how poorly the game was refereed, with the imbalance of decisions. Big deal. These things happen.
+2
One thing I promise you, if it was the other way around, I wouldn't be happy about the red yes, but never would I deny that last minute tackle was a foul and it seems like a good chunk of the Chelsea fans still think it was not a foul.

And watch the Jamie-Neville analysis of the game and the last free kick. What makes you think that with Ivanovic you'd for sure clear it out? And had the pen been given, you would've been 1-0 up with a lot of time to go, what on earth makes you think that you'd automatically win the game, like we're incapable of scoring.

"Was the United performance deserving a point? Probably ". Probably? We had more shots, better chances, more shots on goal, more possession and aside from about 30 mins where Chelsea was playing really well in the second half, we were the better team. You guys could've killed the game but decided against it. You conceded in the end. These things happen.
+1
I feel 0 sympathy for Chelsea, the game plan was clear. Foul the s**t out of United to slow down their play. Mourinho knows the risk of playing dirty football. You get yellow cards..yet he allowed them to play dirty and constantly foul our players, stagnating our play. That results in what..5 or 6 yellow cards? At the end he payed for it. One foul too many my friend..one foul too many.
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This is the last post I'm making about this, because I know it's talked about to death, BUT for once Jamie Carragher points something out in our favour lol and he's right. Rojo was fouled by Terry in the Ivanovic penalty claim, but tried to stay on his feet. I saw it earlier, but kept quiet because I didn't know if anyone else had seen it. Two wrongs don't make a right, but Rojo could've easily gone to ground and gotten a foul. Smalling was still lucky as hell not have given that pen away though.

http://www.101greatgoals.com/blog/jamie-carragher-argues-that-chelseas-john-terry-was-actually-grappling-man-uniteds-rojo-picture/

Here it is:

http://giant.gfycat.com/DistantWeirdGecko.webm
Its true, referee was garbage that game. Penalty claim on Ivanovic, Terry foul during it, Ivanovic running into Januzaj for a free kick, Referee slamming Fabregas to the ground, lack of yellows for Utd players.

Conclusion: Utd and Chelsea lost, Team Referee wins.
+1
I was thinking its about time we get some help from the ref because we haven't got any this season, and there we go, at one of the toughest game of the season :D
+1
@Badge: So many what ifs. I did not say anything about what could have happened. I am talking purely about what happened in the game. The first yellow card you speak of, was not even a foul, let alone a card. The whole dissent thing comes because it was a s**t decision to start with. There was a moment in the game, when Hazard was fouled 3 times in one dribble, before finally giving the ball away. This is what you get for staying on your feet.

Secondly, I am in complete agreement with you that the last min tangle of legs was a foul (like the one he committed on Young at OT, when he got sent off for being the last man). Although, I don't think he meant it this time, but irrespective of that, that is a foul, but a very soft yellow card.
+1
@Liquidator The first yellow card was for decent- which the ref can give any card he wishes for depending on what's been said. Arguing that Ivanovic didn't deserve the yellow for decent is like me arguing that RVP shouldn't have got a yellow for taking hi shirt off after scoring. It's the rules of the game. If a Utd player got carded for mouthing off to the ref about a bad decision he made you wouldn't complain about that, you're only complaining because Ivanovic got sent off for another yellow- which was a result of his accumulative fouls and a foul that should be a yellow because it stopped an attack that could lead to a goalscoring chance.
Apparently Rooney is a doubt for the derby, can anyone confirm?
3 games out and now a foot injury? Wtf.. Well I hope it's just a knock
I wonder if it's speculation you know. Rooney usually performs well in the Manchester Derby so it could be some mind games. I hope it's just a small knock.
He was apparently limping at a club event or something.

Doesn't sound solid, might be a bit of trouble causing by the press.
if it was so bad he would probably have crutches or a cast or protective boot of some sort. probably just a knock. dont know if he will be fit for this weekend but in either case it shouldnt be a long term injury.
JONES!! Its you again, isn't it?
+3
Damn you Jones!! *shakes fist*
http://www.manutd.com/en/News-And-Features/Football-News/2014/Oct/Player-of-the-Month-nominations-for-October.aspx

voting for october player of the month is now open...
candidates: fellaini, di maria and de gea

for me, it's obvious de gea should win, but i will vote fellaini instead, simply to boost his confidence even more... that guy, if he has 100% fitness and 100% confidence, can become an unmatched beast on the pitch...
+1
hahahaha an unmatched beast? well.. hopefully LVG can dig it out somewhere.

fellaini has been getting better with each game but de gea has set the bar each game. well done to our GK staff as well.

+1
Funny how fast opinions can sway after a couple of good performances :P

De Gea for me though, best keeper in the league so far.
I agree with Theatreofdream. DDG was by far our best player this month and based on merit, he should get it.
But I hope Fellaini wins it. He had a nightmare of a year last season, constantly got abused by United fans and he's now slowly starting to show more confidence. This would be a massive boost for him!

It's funny isn't it? When we played Kagawa or Mata on the left and they underperformed, we often took their sides because they were playing out of position. Yet when we continuously played Fellaini out of position last season and he struggled, we said he was a waste of money. I myself was guilty of this. 2 seasons ago he was one of the best players in the league and after last year, he became the butt of all jokes.
I hope he can turn this around!
Well he wasn't necessarily played out of position Badge. He himself came out and publicly stated that his best position is as a defensive midfielder. Came from the man himself.

However, I do get what you're saying though, his best performances and most of what we've seen from him during his time at Everton , came from him player higher up the pitch.
+1
For me, i'd like to see fellaini get sort of a free role in midfield. I think that's where he can do the most damage. As an attacking midfielder I think he's too slow and his vision isn't good enough. Not bad, but not good enough. As a defensive mid I'd say he's not reliable enough to shield the defence.

I like him moving up the field when we have possession and being very deep when we don't have the ball.

Like against chelsea he was way more than just a big target man, he was good in possesion. Made positive passes always trying to find an attacker or recylce possesion. Yet he was also as far back as our goal line stuffing the s**t out of Matic and suddenly making him not so intimidating.

I was nervous with Fellaini tracking matic all the way to our goal line, I thought "oh geez here comes a dangerous freekick" but he dispossessed him cleanly and actually played a great ball forward to I think RVP or one of our attackers.

Fellaini ftw
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