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Looks like Pogba is the only player playing in the international break for us. Everyone else has a knock and hopefully will be back well rested for next match.
McTominay played against Kazakhstan.
Toni played a full 90 against USA.
Valencia and McTomiany needs games. So good deal.
dont think Mctominay will learn anything from playing with Scotland
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Pogba in press conference: “I have always said that Real Madrid is a dream for every player, even more so now that Zidane is there.”
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You left out the part where he said he is happy here for now. I am not under the impression that he would be here forever.

Edit: He can leave if he wants. 3 months of good football and he is already flirting. Smh

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Ok looks like i've found a temporary solution.

Meh players do this s**t all the time, even messi and ronaldo would say stuff like this when it was time to renew their contract. instead of "xyz club is a dream club for anyone" it was, who knows if I will retire here, the future is uncertain, etc.

we will build our side around pogba, he's not going anywhere. we need to tie down ddg, then work on pogba's renewal, then freshening up the side.
Genuinely curious about if Messi ever said that? I remember a number of occasions with Ronaldo though. I don’t remember ever hearing Messi show any desire to play for anyone else but Barcelona
Lol a quick google search and you can find headlines of messi being coy over signing when under contract negotiations. all players do this type of stuff, except maybe one-club legends but those are almost relics of the past. im sure some barca fan will remember an instance where messi was coy about staying right up until he signed a new deal.
As long as we keep him on a long contract we should be good. His brand value is crazy high and Madrid will have to pay world record fee to get him (more than Neymar). So even if he leaves us in 2 years we would be making crazy money. Madrid dont have that kinda money to buy Hazard, Pogba, De Gea, Neymar. That is 1 billion right there.
IDK man, real haven't really bought anyone in the last few years while winning 3 CL in a row, they may have been saving up.
Still i dont think they can buy all of them.
So it looks like Greizmans release clause drops to around 100 mil pounds in June. Take it or leave it?
That dude is overrated! :P
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He was my favourite player at the last world cup. I would definitely welcome him if he wants to come.
Nah, tired of going after these players. Bale, Griezmann, etc, they're all stars but they're past what we need. So were Schweinsteiger, Falcao, and others. Ibra was about the only one that worked.

We need to get back to creating stars, not just buying them when they're ready to move their persona into a different market.

I'm interested in players like Neves and Sancho because the talent is there, but there's also potential to build a team around them. We need to be focused on that.
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Joey- I like the idea of building around promising talent but I think we are in need of proven players and leaders. While Bales performance has been up and down at Madrid, Griez is still relatively young and definitely would be desirable. Sanchez and Mata are deadwood as far I’ve seen this season, so one or two signings of proven performers would definitely enhance results.
He's overrated and overpaid. Did you know he makes nearly €400k a week at Atlético? It was that or him leaving last summer, but he's simply not worth it.

I wonder how players like Pogba will like it if a fellow Frenchie comes in earning such a salary.
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Id take it he is still a top quality player and he can play on both flanks and centre he would def improve our team imo
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Overrated af.
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Pogba and Griezmann are best buddies in theFrench team, I dont think Pogba would mind one bit.
I do think we should look at younger players.
However we need several attacking signings if we have to even atempt to be a force next season, so if one of them is Griezmann I wont mind. But if the club makes just one big signing like they have been doing the past 3-4 years, you can kiss next season goodbye as well.

We saw a bit of a revival of fortunes under Ole but the team is still barebones af; even Matic isnt getting any younger. Rashford, Martial are decent but long away from being world class, and have not shown any kind of consistency
There is still no width in the whole squad. Atleast 3 top tier attacking signings or we are doomed and might as well play for 4th spot again
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personally, i dont think it's a good fit. grizzy needs a targetman to work off of. It's giroud with france and diego costa with athletico.

his wages are too high for his level of production.

and he's at that age where he's shown the world his best already. we made a similar signing with sanchez and look how that's turned out.

i think we need to start recruiting younger and making some of these talents, if not giving them the platform to reach the next level.

sancho is talented for example, i'd like someome with more pace and more physical presence but cant deny he's a top prospect for RW. I would say our fullback and defense and CM are probably more dire areas. i think we need to shift sanchez along as well, he's not going to improve much moving forward. we need to stop playing him wide or sell him on.
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We are also linked to Lozano.
I disagree with zlatan to some extent. I understand what he's saying, but when people have come in and tried to ignore our history, a la moyes bringing his whole staff, lvg and his philosophy, mourinho and his ways, we have struggled.

when fergie came in, he always talked up the busby babes and how SMB had us playing, there was a tradition that came before him and he wanted to get us back to that standard.

there's nothing wrong with having standards and history, it gives us confidence tbh, it's what seperates us from other clubs. you embrace the history, but of course you write the next chapter in your own way.
Agree with this. There's a difference between saying "we need to replicate what Sir Alex and Sir Matt did here" and "we need to build off of what Sir Alex and Sir Matt did here."

Mourinho, Moyes, LvG all tried to do it their own way, and it didn't work. This is why I think Ole has a chance for real success. He's grounded in the principles of Man United, he knows the expectations for the level of play and the history of the club. But I don't think he's afraid to go about it his own way.
I thought Zlatan was talking about the players' mentality from a player and a former United player's perspective not what a manager should've done. For a player, I think it is fine to "build you own story", bring in something new. Thus building a team around a player or two.

But for manager like you said, I also didn't like those 3 managers coming in and changed everything. Ole is our only true manager.
My understanding is zlatan was talking about the class of 92 constantly judging and weighing in on everything, always comparing to the past. he's got a point that you've got to let the new manager do his thing, you cant micromanage the team from the sidelines and critique every club move. just creates more controversy and puts more pressure on the players, staff, manager etc.

now i forget the exact quote but he also said something like you have to leave fergie in the past to move forward. all im saying is, you embrace your history, embrace the high standards, you can use it as a positive or wear it like a heavy burden. what you cant do is try to ignore it. the fans have expectations, you cant get around it.
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I like Ibra's view on the post-SAF era identity problem of Utd. Its a shame he was already old when he arrived here and when we were under mou.

“Everything that happens is judged by the era of Ferguson. They are saying if Ferguson was here, this would not happen, Ferguson would not do it like that.

“Ferguson would do it like this. Everything was Ferguson.

“If it was me, I would say I don’t have Ferguson any more. And I come here and I want to make my own history, I want to make my own story.

So I do not want to hear what happened before. I want to do it in the present. You come in with a new mentality.

I am over that horror show against Wolves. Looking back this has been a great 2 months under Ole.

When Ole took over we where 19 points behinds 1st and 11 pts behind 4th. We knew we would be going out against PSG. Fast forward to now, we are still 18 pts behind first but just 3 behind 3rd. We are also looking forward to another historic clash against Barca. We beat Chelsea and Arsenal away in the cup. All in all i would give Ole a 9/10.

Improvements are needed though. Some of those old habits are creeping back in. We are too reliant on Pogba in midfield and the injuries have derailed our momentum. We need to dominate matches more (like Chelsea away) rather than just being good at countering teams. I am looking fwd to the end of the season and see what we can do in the market. Ship is definitely going in the right direction.
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Ole had no signings to make, only to work wonders with the existing dejected squad against one of the most ridiculously tough series of cup draws and fixtures in our recent history. (perhaps payback for our easier FA Cup and Europa triumph in the past)

What we have seen these past few months, I can almost instantly forgive Ole and the squad our FA Cup exit. We shouldn't even be here in the first place.

I wonder what signings we would make this summer, since we are back being United, being an attractive club to play for again under a United legend, an idol of many too I suppose.
Did you guys see Messi's hat-trick last night? #JustSaying :P :P
The Tap-in master... first goal was a freekick, more like a simple penalty with the poor keeping.
Second was trademark tap-in.. 3rd goal again the blame is on the sunday league keeper from la liga who are willing to give messi such gifts so that atleast on paper he can show junk stats in order to compete with CR7..
Bro just stop... I sense all sorts of salt in that comment.
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^It's a parody account. Don't bother LOL
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You think he joking but hes not
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You never know with Vaaz. He loves Ronaldo.
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Also a big f**k you to the referee for trying to send off Lindelof.
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The world is better off without FA refs, f**k them really.

This is why we need VAR, why PL needs VAR more than any other leagues. I might as well say f**k you to those managers who still don't want the system.

Pep also baffled by the lack of VAR in his fixture, the refs made a mess
I knew Wolves will be tough. They have a great manager.This is the first time Ole played into other managers hand and looked clueless. Horrible performance and the best team won.
I wouldnt say Ole played into the other managers hand ... United collected the most amount of points in the EPL since he took over ... Every team has its ups and downs. Imagine Ole at the helm from the start of the season. City lost to the likes to Crystal Palace but I wouldnt say Pep was outsmarted by his opponent, its football it happens.
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^ this is not Footballiscity lol. Cannot be
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HACKED
Yes, it happens. Pep can be outsmarted once in a while. I feel we played this game thinking it was easy and we payed the price for it .
Pathetic performance. Clueless with the ball and a joke in defence
even after going 2 goals doen we could not create a single chance
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