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Funny story

haha round of 32
haha they said they gonna win it
haha Besiktas
haha 120 min
haha looked like zombies
haha back from Istanbul late thursday
haha early game on sunday
haha against best attack in the league
haha #loser #fool
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As to what I was saying below, the clearout and deep rebuild of the squad has more than begun. Here's Ogden who is usually very reliable:

"Manchester United will listen to offers for Rafael da Silva at the end of the season, with Louis van Gaal holding talks with senior figures this week over the Old Trafford futures of a further 10 players."

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/football/teams/manchester-united/11438658/Manchester-United-transfer-news-Rafael-da-Silva-facing-exit-as-Louis-van-Gaal-plans-clearout.html
Good. Love Rafa but he's way too injury prone and therefore a liability
i feel like this is just guess work, no quotes or sources cited. it's believable, simply because rafa has been playin in the reserves for weeks now and lvg said mcnair can play here for a decade and gave him a new deal etc etc. not sure i believe it.
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That's sad to hear. I thought he was going to turn into something big. We definitely saw him grow and I thought he was just on the cusp of turning into a good RWB. But yes, far too injury prone which has likely hindered a lot of his progress. The occasional defensive errors probably made LVG think he wasn't smart enough for his teams...
Rafael injuries are indeed getting really annoying but i dont see any reasons to sell him. At the moment, he is the only real RWB we have. Therefore, even if LVG sign someone like Clyne, Rafael still has a place at UTD. I like McNair as a CB more. I also agree with SIF, this is just plain rumor, nothing more.
Are we allowed to laugh at Liverpool now as they are no longer in Europe after such a 'spectacular' cup run?

PS Nani is Messiah
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Please link me to any Liverpool fan who said it was 'spectacular', if so yes, you may laugh
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^ who cares lol. who needs your permission.
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http://www.theguardian.com/football/2014/may/14/luis-suarez-liverpool-real-madrid-barcelona

(Luiz suarez)He did, however, insist that Liverpool's season was "spectacular" and that they had done "everything" to win the league, only lacking a "touch of concentration".

rofl
+8
Pool, Spurs and probably Arsenal out of Europe means the run for top 4 will be even harder on us. I don't see why we should laugh at any of them now really. Let's wait till the end of the season shall we?
+4
With Spurs and Liverpool out, and Arsenal soon to be knocked out of the Champions League, everyone will be fighting tooth and nail for those 3-4 spots. Only 2 of the 5 will get them, it's going to be fun to watch.
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im still busy laughing at slippy G

http://gfycat.com/WildLoathsomeIrishredandwhitesetter
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Alright Zhenwei, let's see who gets the last one then ;)
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^alright bro anytime. cheers. :)

i got 2 rude votes >:( comon

Demba Ba... played in that Besiktas team too today..
https://instagram.com/p/zlLZT_BO4J/?modal=true
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yRAw5w3wWc0

wow... i almost forgotten we once were so good and dangerous going in attack.
Anyone know a place where I can watch this match online?

2007-08 CL Final?
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Wow... I found Gold...

1999 Full CL final:
http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x1kyymj_uefa-champions-league-1999-final-manchester-united-vs-bayern-munich-full-match_sport

2008 1st half:
http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xzsd28_2008-manchester-united-fc-chelsea-fc-1st-half_animals

2008 2nd half:
http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xzsfoj_2008-manchester-united-fc-chelsea-fc-2nd-half_animals

2008 extra time and pk:
http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xzsi7m_2008-manchester-united-fc-chelsea-fc-extra-time-penalty_animals

2008 one quality not so good and its in russian? lol

1999 match first few minutes we conceded alr lol. and we score only in last 3 min extra time 2 goals hhahaha
still get goose bump watching last 3 min of 99 final
haha.. wow.. bayern also hit the frame of goal twice.. lucky us. btw is it just me or the pace of the game in 08 seems much faster than 99. o.o
I have the full hd version on my computer, not sure if torrent still have it
2007-08 UTD > 2014-15 Barca
Lol

http://www.espn.co.uk/football/sport/story/406865.html?CMP=OTC-RSS

http://www1.skysports.com/football/news/12040/9732567/nani-still-hopeful-of-manchester-united-future-when-sporting-loan-ends

for all the nani lovers ;)

be honest with yourself, would you rather have nani back or get some young exciting new talent like depay? or even swap nani with a guy like reus (hypothetically speaking). not necessarily mutually exclusive, but you heard from the horses mouth, he needs to play regularly to be happy, and i'm confident he wouldn't be a sure starter under LvG
Look forward, not back.

Fresh, new, exciting talent. We're in a rebuilding phase and we need to build for the future. Nani has one semi-decent season in a lower league and suddenly he's world class? No. Case in point: would Nani be first choice in Real, Atheltico, Bayern, etc.? Not a chance. At his age, we've seen everything and it is not enough.
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Ok i'll be the first to admit i'd rather have Depay or Reus at this point.
But let's clarify a few things: LvG giving him the silent treatment is not saying much considering a lot of his decisions make him look like he's off his rocker. With each passing game, he seems more and more deluded.
Secondly @StretEnd: other than De Gea, who on the United team would be first choice in any of those teams (based on form) or any top 4 in the world?
Maybe Herrera, maybe Di Maria if someone was willing to put faith in an off-form player who is dangerously leaning close towards a 'has been'.
We also have players who aren't even fit to warm Sunderland's bench (Valencia, Evans) so i don't see your point.
Keep in mind, Cleverley was given infinite chances under Fergie and Moyes, and even in pre season under LvG, shouldn't Nani as well?
"Keep in mind, Cleverley was given infinite chances under Fergie and Moyes, and even in pre season under LvG, shouldn't Nani as well?"

And keep the self-destructive cycle going? No. Fresh era. Nani has had his chance. He's an average to slightly above average at best, with obvious world-class *potential* that hasn't and, considering his career projection, won't be fulfilled. Move on. Simple.

There's no doubting Nani has skills, but as a total player he's slightly above average. This is United - we shouldn't settle for that. He's had too many chances and this isn't a time for sentiment. Let him score his ten goals in a poor Portuguese league and move on. (Just as with Clevs, Welbeck and the rest of the lot).

"other than De Gea, who on the United team would be first choice in any of those teams (based on form) or any top 4 in the world?"

Is that not the point? We're in a rebuilding phase. We should only be looking for *prime targets* (I.e., world class additions), which LVG and Woody have already affirmed in numerous statements.

Di Maria, while struggling in his first year in the Prem., is no doubt top class and will flourish in a more balanced side. Herrara, too, is quality. Shaw, Rojo, De Gea, Wilson, are all quality or are projected to be such (and rightly so!). RVP can go. Falcao can go. Mata is fighting for his future. Wazza still has quality. Carrick is in the twilight of his career. Lots of holes in this team, and only world class replacements (or top class youngsters suffice) in my opinion.
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My point is that we've put up with so many crap/average players for so long.
Fine, Nani can never come back to United for all i care. And for argument's sake, lets say he was given equal opportunity as the other players of questionable skill/form/injury record.
That's all well and good.
And drawing from your conclusion that we should aim to build a world-class team and stop giving so much leeway to under-performers, you can't blame me for expecting players like Evans, Jones, Rafael, Valencia, Young, Januzaj, Carrick (too old and becoming injury prone) to be cut from the squad.
You can make a similar argument for a few more players.
Cheshire, mate - I share your opinion here. I agree with all of those names, except maybe Januzaj. Indeed, as you said, more names could be added to that list. We're already in a rebuilding phase, the club and the supporters should embrace it. LVG has already said he's building a new team, it's no secret. The fact remains a large portion of the squad is not good enough for the present or the future. But a new team can't be built in 1 or 2 transfer windows - our need for a squad overhaul is way too deep. And SAF is partly to blame. He was too short-sighted in his later years, chasing a final glory. It started when we failed to replace Hargreaves and came to a climax when we let Pogba go.

The good news, in my opinion, is that we've made a good start (since LVG arrived). Di Maria, Herrera, Rojo, Blind - all quality additions, either for the starting 11 or for the squad.
I don't disagree with what you say and again, i'd rather have Reus or Depay instead of Nani.
My gripe was that in a squad full of averge players, players who struggle with form and injury prone players, Nani was always enemy #1 and that just seemed unfair.
Heck, i can't remember when was the last time a United player got 'cheered off' for being subbed
If we don't get another winger in this summer then he should get a shot, if we get a Depay or a Reus in then he should go for his own sake as much as ours.

I said it the other day that he was never given a chance under LVG, not even in pre-season, that does suggest that LVG is already decided that he is expendable which is a bit harsh given that s**t like Cleverley got a chance in pre-season as Cheshire said.
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I'd rather see everything fresh. Depay, Reus, Kondogbia/Moutinho, Dybala, what a line up that will be
TBF, Nani was really unlucky. he was having that great season coming back from injury until that stupid red card against real madrid.

Cuneyt Cakir almost forgot this guy's name -.-
@Zhenwei

You've misspelled that refs first name mate.

There is no "e" or "y" in it.
+4
@MUFC1990: lol. is 3am and i really started seeing if i spelt wrongly

now im still sore about that red card after watching the replays. we were leading 1-0 up and would never have lost unless that ref played that red card!!

#BringNaniBack
As usual Cheshire takes all the words out my mouth
http://www.manutd.com/en/News-And-Features/Football-News/2015/Feb/tyler-blackett-signs-new-contract-at-manchester-united.aspx

so first mcnair and now blackett. interesting, given i would not have expected these guys to be in the first team just last year.

we have adnan on a long deal, now i'm just waiting for wilson to sign. periera is a quality young player, but i wouldn't blame him for wanting to leave given the guys ahead of him. i just dont see the difference between staying here and going to somewhere like juve who also have lots of bodies in CM.
We said that about Pogba and then look what happened
pogba was on a different level to both periera and adnan though. we were fools to let pogba go, he was already better than clev and anderson.

we literally only had carrick (clev injured, anderson..yeah). so we brought back scholes instead of playing this guy. big mistake.

Reece james also got an extension BTW. Not really convinced about him, another one who lacks pace or physicality but he has decent tek
Include Powell too, extended so he can stay for one more year. Strange that his extension was never reported.

I wonder if he have a place here, he often does something crazy that gets us off our seat. His form is recovering with u21 after returning from Leicester
http://tinyurl.com/ongsgbw

:D

+1
Andreas Pereira is considering a move to Juventus as his contract expires this summer.

We are going to lose other young talent to Juventus.

We must tie down those contracts with Pereira and De Gea asap...
do you guys think the team and its executives are just sitting there wanking off? pereira was offered a contract that he declined. The same has been done with de gea but we can't force anyone to stay if they do not wish to do so. giving players extended contract who want to leave solves nothing. suarez was on a fresh contract and left a few months later. This is modern day football. these contract mean jack s**t to actually securing players to stay unless they are garbage like tom clev
i kind of get the Pereira lad but what really frustrates me is his talk to Pogba, where Pogba stated that Juve club would be a great club from him. Basically that by itself confirms/suggests that Pogda for Sure wont come back to United. I hope I am wrong because he is exactly what we need.
So (as per Eurosport) De Gea and Lvg aren't on speaking terms and haven't been for 3 months now.
De Gea believes Lvg is wrecking the club and Mendez (De Gea's agent) is in Manchester to negotiate a move to RM.
Idk how reliable this is at all but let's be honest...De Gea is as good as gone
+1
He'll be gone eventually. No doubt our current place in the league owes much to him, but at the end of the day he is a Spaniard. If RM calls for him he will go. Ihope we can sell him for a good price though. Something in the range of 50s at least.
And the same so called sources claimed we are close to a long term contract with him. Yall need to stop listening to these reports. they are wrong the majority of the time and just making up s**t.
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lol smh, why are fans here so pessimistic? at this point some here are begging players to leave utd.

de gea's not going anywhere, f**k eurosport. just last month de gea's agent said he's happy and wants to stay and is in contract negotiations.

http://www.theguardian.com/football/2015/feb/09/david-de-gea-manchester-united-new-contract-jorge-mendes

http://www.bbc.com/sport/0/football/31123323

"He has one year left on his contract and I think that he will stay in Manchester," said the 49-year-old Mendes, who is reported to have brokered more than £1bn worth of transfers.
"The player will decide, but he's happy there, at the moment."

you dont go from "happy" to not speaking with the boss for "3 months" in 3 weeks. the article was published feb 4th.
+3
why would he goto madrid when he used to play for athletico? it would be like ronaldo coming back to england but signing for manchester city
+6
are we all god already trying to predict people's future?

anyway he's been very active in twitter recently and mostly about united... he's very happy at the club now, that's all that we know, the rest are just noises
you gotta be f*****g kidding me. I'd lose anyone before this guy
I'm sorry SIF but in the past 4 seasons, every time i was optimistic about something (CL final, so many young players breaking through, Moyes' appointment, Januzaj's breakthrough, LvG's appointment, 150 million spent on players) i've been kicked in the nuts.
So i'm sorry to say but i'm tipping De Gea to leave 70% to Real Madrid and to make matters worse, i doubt we'll get jack for it.
Of course i'd be devastated if that happened, but it will feel better if i expect it.
Otherwise why wouldn't he have signed by now?
It's not like we can't offer him top wages. The club is paying Falcao 300k a week (if true) and that's for a player who had played less than 5 competitive games after his return from a serious injury.
Money's clearly not the issue, so what's the real reason for DDG not signing an extension?
+1
The fact that Van Gaal signed Valdes also makes me think maybe there is some sort of truth to that story.
+3
or maybe its because we need a temp keeper since van gaal doesn't like lindergaard. Also valdes is crap for a first choice keeper. There is no truth to the story people
i'll buy the story ONLY AND ONLY IF the story said degea gonna leave manutd for real sociedad
We waited De Gea for 3-4 years to perform, he also said he owe us. Last interview, he is still happy with the club, I doubt the source.
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"I'm sorry SIF but in the past 4 seasons, every time i was optimistic about something (CL final, so many young players breaking through, Moyes' appointment, Januzaj's breakthrough, LvG's appointment, 150 million spent on players) i've been kicked in the nuts. "

That's your problem. That doesn't reflect reality. Deal with your emotions.
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@SiF

There is no point trying to rationalise with them mate, they are just pathologically negative, I said it the other day they revel in it, they were nowhere to be seen when we went on that great run and rarely post after we put in a solid performance.

They will take any negative article no matter how terrible the source and will accept it at face value whilst dismissing any positive articles about the club as bullshit.

They're pathetic, they don't have any love for the club at all, they've just attached themselves to the club for whatever reason, likely our immense success and we've been a victim of that, bitter with the sweet.

As far as I'm concerned they're as bad as ABU's.

@Cheshire

De Gea has played every single game this season, every single one, let me repeat that, every single game, no manager who has not been on speaking terms with a player since late November (according to this bullshit article) would be picking said player week in and week out.

This is absolutely ridiculous.

@Ldinho

LVG clearly doesn't rate any of our other keepers, as I said above De Gea has played every single game this season.

You're adding 2 and 2 together and getting 5 here mate.
+3
wasnt de gea waiting to see if we qualify for CL or not before he signs
@BearWithFish

That's my understanding.

He needs to be playing CL football, I don't blame him for holding off, if he really wanted a move he could of pushed for one last summer after the Moyes debacle.

The club needs to show that we are heading back to the upper tiers of football, he cant be at a club hovering "around" the CL spots, we really need that CL finish this season.
@ldihno

we signed valdez as a backup. dude is currently in our reserves. he had a serious knee injury and has been out for a whole year, not going to compete with DDG. i think we will patch him up and sell him on for a nice profit :P we only got him on a 18 month deal, not a long term one.

he's obviously not a replacement for DDG. you wouldn't be so suspicious if you saw the interview valdez gave, he's clearly the back up and here to recover
@MUFC - can you take it easy with the name dropping? How old are you?
You have nothing better to say than call people pathetic?
@TheCheshireCat

You have nothing nice to say at all so spare me the victim complex, your behaviour amongst others has been pathetic these last two months, nothing even remotely close to constructive criticism just negative bullshit all the time.

You don't like being called out on it do you?

If you don't like having your bullshit challenged then I recommend staying away from forums for your own good, I've been taken down plenty of times by others on here and have accepted when I've been wrong.

My point stands, if Van Gaal had not been on speaking terms with De Gea for three months he would not be playing every game, end of really.

I thought De Gea was leaving in January anyway? What happened to that theory mate?

Listen to yourself ffs.
Huh? You can challenge me any time you want just as anybody, but you gotta tone it down with calling people pathetic.
Sif takes down my 'bullshit' all the time without resorting to petty insults and he's doing just fine?
I'm gonna be negative all i want after many false dawns we had to endure for years now. Only a fool would be optimistic.
There are some promising signs but nothing concrete yet.
That means i don't love the team? Lol.
You can think whatever the f**k you want to think.
@Cheshire

I understand your frustration, I genuinely do, I'm pissed myself about the state of affairs these last 18 months at the club, as you recall I was one of the first who was against the appointment of Moyes but bit my tongue and got behind him.

The way I see it a lot of the stuff you post just looks like despair to me and I do find that too negative and as I said pathetic, our luck is out at the minute, stuff isn't going right for us but that's the time that fans should be digging in and not subscribing to hysterical bullshit in rags like Eurosport.

But granted I could of left the "pathetic" out, I'll tone it down, I just think its toxic for the forum is all.

I cba having this tit for tat with you Pete, I'm happy to let things lie from here, we might not ever "get along" on here but I don't want any enemies neither.
I feel the same way. I generally agree with most things you say tbh.
I'll tone down the negativity though.
It does seem highly unlikely how a player could be the first name on the teamsheet whilst on a no talking terms with the manager. If he leaves he leaves, its not the end of the club, a goalkeeper shouldn't be the best/most important player in a team anyway.
We need you back in champions league to help carry the EPL banner
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yea in our current state, we will bring more misery to the EPL in CL. In due we will be back winning everything :D
+10
Nah, CL is a different world, you can be s**t at league but still succeed in CL. Example like Dortmund this season and Liverpool under Benitez who obviously sacrificed league games to concentrate on CL. CL teams are attacking, technical not as physical and most refs arent blind. Players like Di Maria and Mata will very likely succeed there.

Remember last season how we crushed Leverkusen, Olympiakos second leg when we were struggling against Cardiff, Spurs, Everton, Newcastle, Liverpool and more

And we will likely grind results somehow, thats what we do.
@Phenom For years Utd was flying the flag for the EPL and all the domestic teams where hoping we would lose and get knocked out, only now they're realising that when you play in the UCL you represent your country and their league. It's just sad and pathetic to see these supposedly big English clubs consistently get taught a lesson in football in the CL.

For the sake and pride of the premier league I hope Chelsea can do reasonably well in CL, otherwise the EPL just looks like a Mickey Mouse league that should be playing in Europa not CL.
@Shiwa Europe- and in particular Uefa Champions League- is where the quality of a domestic league is judged. You can't call the premier league the "best in the world" when the supposedly big teams consistently get taught a lesson in football by their rivals across the pond.

When Utd where in the CL they where bringing pride and respect to the EPL. The great games we played in Fergie's era where like promotional video for English football. It's a matter of pride. English football can't go back to the dark days of the late 80's and early 90's when they where non existent in Europe- and quite frankly- technically and tactically inferior to their European counter parts.
@Gohonaf The thing is our slow build up possession game is perfect for Europe, but bad for the EPL. I remember in the mid 90's Fergie was putting our team through a similar transition in style of play- a lot critics where saying he was making us play a more "European" style of play. In reality all he was doing was bringing the EPL out of the dark ages of the long ball and introducing it to modern style game. Now it's common for EPL teams to pass the ball out from the back and have #10 type players that drop into midfield and like the attacking play- but I clearly remember when this was all quite revolutionary for English teams. Players like Cantona where so rare in the EPL in those days.


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GD
GA
GF
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D
W
Pl
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60
34
22
56
2
6
18
26
1
55
31
25
56
3
7
16
26
2
48
20
29
49
6
6
14
26
3
47
18
26
44
5
8
13
26
4
46
19
19
38
8
4
14
26
5
45
9
29
38
7
6
13
26
6
44
5
36
41
8
5
13
26
7
39
8
30
38
7
9
10
26
8
37
-4
34
30
9
7
10
26
9
36
-4
34
30
10
6
10
26
10
32
-11
42
31
10
8
8
26
11
28
-4
37
33
10
10
6
26
12
27
-9
37
28
11
9
6
26
13
27
-10
34
24
11
9
6
26
14
26
-10
35
25
12
8
6
26
15
25
-14
36
22
9
13
4
26
16
22
-18
45
27
16
4
6
26
17
22
-19
44
25
12
10
4
26
18
22
-23
36
13
14
7
5
26
19
18
-18
42
24
16
6
4
26
20
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