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While I think that Martial is more talented than Rashford, Rashford brings that optimism, belief and that energy along to the team which I think Martial can't. Martial also has some temperament showing from time to time and today he gave the impotent ref a reason to give him the second yellow with a few more silly tackles in just minutes (lucky the ref didn't). I was also surprised that our captain did nothing to cool down Martial. He was on his own and only Young went to him for a few words.

Anyway, I wish we can play them left and right with Lukaku more often. I want to see them click together on the pitch, creating our own Robbery someday.

For some reason, we looked more and more sluggish after each international fuckery. They were running circles around our midfield and defenders. I miss the energy we had at the start.
But they were not running around us with the ball. They we're all over us without the ball. We just didn't look like scoring two goals. That's the fact that pisses me off. All the 4-0 wins don't count extra. We lacked that cutting edge when we actually needed it and I think it's because we thought this was an easy game. I saw De Gea doing flicks over the striker. It just showed how casual we we were today.
I am just guna be positive here. First loss of the season. Let's come back hard and win against Swans and get back to winning ways.

nope nvm

WE ARE f****d.
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho: "The team that wanted it more won. When the best team wins there is nothing to say.

"I don't know why they wanted it more. I won’t be critical of my players in the media. I will analyse the game and, if I need to, I will criticise them.

"I was surprised by our performance, I was not expecting that. The team that started with emotion, aggression, intensity and desire, the team that played the game of their lives was the team that won.

"Maybe in the second half we wanted it a little more and maybe we could get a draw, but I honestly think we deserved the punishment of the defeat."

At least he agrees that they deserve to win.
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Absolutely garbage performance from all of them and thoroughly deserve to loose. Their goal keeper did not have a chance make good save at least. Passes are straight at Huddersfield players and no creativity at all.
+2
Mou needs to shut up in the press conference.
Yesterday he was saying he won't cry about injuries, today he is crying after injuries and and embarrassing loss to a bunch of skinheads who just came to park the bus and got lucky thanks to Mata and Lindelof.

If we don't have Pogba back for the Spurs and Chelsea games we will get ripped up in the middle.

Add to that Jones's injury, Bailey injury... so more of Smalling Lindelof... and DDG injured now too. god save our season
+5
Today exposed the pieces that still aren't quite fitting. Huddersfield played with two banks of 4, and we couldn't get any width at all--none from our "wingers" and none from our fullbacks who are generally good defenders but really lack offensive creativity. No supply to Lukaku, whose hold-up was better but still looks shaky. Lingard is not an adequate replacement for Mkhi in the middle. Not enough creativity from Matic and Herrera, and poor CB play without Jones.

These results happen in this league and I'm not writing off our season, but we've got to be strong in how we react. Mou has got to find another way to paper over the cracks without Pogba on the field. I'd love to see us experiment some with our European fixtures, but I'm not too excited for next week right now.
And our attempts to go FIFA "all out attack" mode were pretty sad. We threw Smalling up to the front but didn't play any balls until the last two minutes? The rest of the time we spent watching Young and Matic and Lindelof play the ball around the midline.
we've got squad depth alright, but just numbers, and not so much quality.

the first goal DDG made a great save, but there was no cover for him. the second goal was just down to another defensive blunder. lindelof and young the weak link in defense today for us.

hahaha mou logic at press conference: Park the bus at liverpool claims he will play with 9 strikers. wins a lucky win at champions league then loses to huddersfield so that he can blame the midweek travelling.

But seriously. i cant see mou crucifying lindelof for his role in two mistakes resulting in the goal. protecting the players perhaps.
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Young is meant to be our back up. Shoes how s**t the others are if he is getting to start
I'm not writing the season off, but definitely the title.

Man City are a beast. Even if they have 6 first team players out they still can put out a really strong team. Their best player for the past few seasons aguero was injured and they didn't even miss him a bit.
I think they may really be on par with European sides like Bayern or Barca, let's see. They spent more than us but got a world class player for each position, you can't compete with that kind of quality with lingards.
I just hope when we face City it doesn't end in 7-2 or something like that.

We still have huge problems to address. Pogba is the only true world class outfield player in the squad. Mata has declined hugely and he is a shadow of the player who was Chelsea's player of the year.
Martial is hit and miss. Mkhi the same.
Full backs can't attack.
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Im sure mou is gonna blame the injuries and travelling due to schedule. lol
+4
Or maybe the linesman😂
+4
I hope he blames Lindelof, Mata and our below average attacking performance.
haha linesman. even referee cant save us lol

our midfield also looks sluggish. and lukaku is so frustrated upfront. even huddersfield strikers got more service today lmao. I'd be furious if i were lukaku
Lindelof can't take any blame in the media, he already looks like a pack of nerves.

And where the hell is luke Shaw ? Is he ever gonna play again?
Shaw played for the reserves a week or so ago and apparently looked uninterested. Wouldn't be surprised if we've seen the last of him
What a disappointment for Shaw. It was always going to be tough after a nasty injury like that
We are not ready to be champion yet!!our problem was not actually striker,even ibra coming back not help anything if our creative player just missing.not to forget our lb and rb who cant deliver cross,look at city they got kdb silva who are creative,but us?miki and mata just past their prime,we only depend on pogba..
The midfield isn’t utter s**t when it comes to creativity
We've lost Pogba and Mkhi's form is absolute garbage atm. no surprise really
i lost count how many times matic and young passed straight to the opposition today. we deserved to lose on this performance.

that error by lindelof just consigned us to defeat.
Herrera is just an average player(who works hard).
+5
Herrera only plays well in a midfield 3, we know this. But who else are we going to play in MF? Might have to rethink the 4231 for these next few games, otherwise we will be overrun.
Herera has been dropped many time,mayb thats why he cant replicate last season performance.
No i say that because there were people here saying how Herrera is better than Pogba. Crazy!
For me herera is the same as matic,both are defending minded.we lack our creative player..
He's been dropped cause the games he's played He has been s**t.
Herrera is a player who needs to play off others. without pogba and fellaini, mata and matic just isnt dragging the opponent midfield to create space for herrera to play well.
f*****g stupid. We better get ready, I said it before the game. If we think a draw at Anfield and a couple of wins in Europe are going to walk us over the line, think again. Spurs and Chelsea are coming up, and if we play like that we'll get battered.
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dont worry, we make make anyone look like Real Madrid:(
We are not winning the title. Horrible. 2nd place trophy it is.
Wouldn't be so sure of 2nd place if I were you
+12
Yeah that seems to be your area of expertise after bottling any title chance you had
+4
lol roasted
Exactly, we love that 2nd place
+4
Who f*****g said its guaranteed. I said that is what we will be competing for. Same as spurs.
You said "2nd place trophy it is"...
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