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i really hope spurs win tomorrow. need to reduce the pressure on us for our emirates game. unfortunately, they have a long track record of bottling these types of games. it wouldnt surprise me for them to lose and exit the title race to arsenal of all people. it's almost too predictable.
This is just a silly thought, But does anybody think that if we were in a top four spot for sure, and chelsea lost one , that mou would love to throw that game against Spurs. Just as a fu to chelsea... lol
I wonder if thats crossed his mind :-)
Lol that would never happen. these guys are professionals; yes they hate to lose, but it would be a total disrespect to not only manchester united and our honor, but to the league and to the sport in general. it would be disgusting, unacceptable.

you cant be a united player and throw a big (or any) game and expect the fans and media to be ok with that. it would be a huge scandal.

i know you're just joking but seriously we got beaten there 3-0 last season, i dont want to lose there.
I'm not one to care much about aesthetics, but is anyone else counting down the days until we have the Chevrolet logo off our jerseys? I think it's made the ugliest United kit of all club history.
I will take a tampon ad logo in our jersey as long as we win the league and CL every year lol.
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chevrolet is a real embarassment to our club. a company that makes s**t cars which fall to pieces after six months and take taxpayers money to keep doing so...

nevermind
+1
WHen is it going to be replaced any idea?
You guys think Rooney will start over Rashford this weekend? Don't know why but I feel like this could happen...
Rooney probably will be behind Rashford, given that we don't have a midfield. I am excited about Axel I think he's definitely getting a chance and Bailly needs rest.
Baily need a rest and recently only he came from a unjustly also we have a European semi final. But I don't think Jose will play Tuanzebe. Didn't he pass a hint like that?
Wish we still had micheal keane instead of the crocks in our squad
How can you even talk smack about your defenders? You are right at the top with spurs. The resilience is really impressive if you ask me. It's being overshadowed by the inability to score on the other end.
We are one injury away from total chaos in defence. Bailey is a rock, and thank goodness for Blind's versatility. I'm not talking smack of our defence, rather the defenders who go missing for most of the season.
Considering we have not had a stable defence anytime this season, as a unit they have done extremely well.
The depth is just right for CB, who knew all of them would get injured at the same time...
Something will give sooner or later on Jones and Smalling being at the club. They're great defenders on their day--the Jones/Rojo partnership was immense at the start of the season--but in order to completely reach their potential, they need to stay fit for more than half a season. Thought Smalling might have turned the page last season. Rojo's injury was unlucky.

In regards to the OP, I definitely see Rooney starting tomorrow.

Is there a word on Bailly? It would be terrible to have him injure something at this point in the season. We could always go to a suicide 5 at the back with Young-Valencia-Blind-Darmian-Shaw lol
I was checking the list of injured players and it reminded me that James Wilson was also a Man United player that I looked forward to at one point. He got injured late last year and has been out of action since. Anyone in the know here on what is going on with him and whether they think he has a future at the club? We have Martial and Rashford. Never-ending talks of getting Griezmann or other high-profile striker. That surely means Wilson is done as a United player, right?
It sadly looks like it. Was always going to be tough for him to come back from such a lengthy spell out with a career threatening injury. Even if he makes it, its going to be extremely tough to get to the levels that EPL demands. Mourinho didnt even give Shaw a proper run out until he proved his fitness.
Man Utd injury record for the last 3 years has been absolutely shocking. A year or so back we had the most number of injuries any club ever had in a season (around 70 separate injuries which is completely absurd).
Thought that was in the past, this season seemed to be going well up until the last international break, after which all our players started falling like flies.
He was on loan to a championship club @ beginning of the season and then got injured and came back..no idea what happened after that.
What a w****r Aguero is? Had that been an English player being sent off, the press would have burnt him on a stake for bringing that into English football. I have seen Joe Hart head butt the ref harder than that. What a joke.
nevertheless, fellaini was stupid to make a second challenge AND a soft headbutt seconds after getting yellow
+11
Fellaini was stupid indeed but had Aguero been a man instead of pussy, there was no red there.
Professional footballers. The key word "professional".
+2
^for all his liabilities Fellaini still a better player than Emre can and wigglydum
ok
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Lmao what's with Liverpool fans coming in here, we just drew to city while you got smashed by mighty crystal palace.
well i like to discuss with rival fans about matches, even though liverpool's not involved in the match :)
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I was talking about the extraordinary one who is enlightening everyone here about the key word "professional"
Guys lets be honest, Fellaini was ffing dumb to react to agueros provocation. Aguero runs towards him to get him to react. Fellaini not smart enough to keep calm, and off course aguero being a little girl he is, acts like he is going to die the moment Fellainis head touches his.
Just hope we can win this weekend.



Fellaini is hot headed and other players almost always get the better of him. No surprise a performing arts queen like Aguero had him sent off. They're both great at what they do, and i'd be surprised if the outcome was any different than it was
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Our beloved tree got uprooted and wont stand for next 3 games. He reacted in a most dumbest way and got sent off. Maybe he is even more dumb to realize that his head is fking big and touched Aguero.
Fellaini clearly jolted his head forward into Aguero. Sure, it probably didn't hurt that bad whereas Aguero acted like he got shot, but the referee was watching and saw exactly what happened. That's a red every time.
+10
i mean i dont blame aguero for milking it, it was just dumb from fellaini.

Joey I dont think fellaini would have gotten straight red if not for aguero's reaction.

there wasnt much contact. in fact i would go so far as to say aguero was looking for it, he was the one walking towards fellaini, not the other way around.

i dont disagree with the sending off, he shouldnt be lowering his head to anyone. I remember jack wilshere did that s**t at the emirates a few seasons ago, pretty sure he didnt get sent off or get a retroactive ban either.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Vmj5uwJ_YA

mike dean was looking straight at it, did wilshere even get a yellow card? Howard webb after the game (on commentary) was saying it wasnt a red either.. now you tell me what the difference is? jack was more aggressive than fellaini on aguero, no red card given.
Anyone caught the post match from Mou? He says even Fosu got injured with a dislocated shoulder
He also said he doesnt think any of the injured could return again this season. Damn

Wtf seriously goes on at the club? Does everyone eat silica so they at they can turn into glass?
Will there be another Rashford waiting? He was so down the pecking order last season, and he only got the chance to shine thanks to all strikers injured.
Don`t you think there is something in Medial team? because over the last few seasons we witnessed lots injuries.
What the hell TFM.

Owen, doubtful, I think it's the down to the number of games we've played this season.
Terrible game to watch, but just needed a point. we don't need to win at emirates and WHL but one win and one draw would work nicely.

also those who think ibra's been holding back rashford and martial... well this was their chance right? lol that was their type of game right, playing on the counter?

gotta give ibra more credit. we have some great young players, but they have got a lot to learn about holding up the ball and bringing others in to play. if all they want to do is spin and run in behind, that's great if you have the midfield to execute, but if not, then you have no viable attacking threat.
Can't play counter attack when there isn't service coming from midfield. I thought Rashford was playing well today. He made good runs but not a lot of service given. You're absolutely right. Ppl criticized Ibra for bad games but his presence always impacted the game. Without him, most of long passes forward from defense are useless.
A draw is the best thing we could have hoped for
Ibra was crucial, the ball just sticks to his feet like a magnet. Martial and Rashford are really inexperienced when it comes to playing as lone strikers, or holding the ball vs tough EPL defenders. All they have is pace and some skill, but thats not all to being a striker. This is why we must try and sign some quality upfront, as Ibra is gone for a long time.


On a different note, how biased was the commentary?! All I kept hearing was how city missed Silva a dozen time, not a mention of Ibra, Pogba, Mata.
You are not telling me that Rashford was terrible today are you? He didn't get good enough service to do much today, without Pogba that was expected as well. Fellani makes a decent amount of interception but then has no idea of what to do with the ball, its like a hot potato in his hand, he gives it right back. As much as I like Carrick his first instinct is always to pass the ball backwards and slow down the game. Which is great in some situations but not when you are trying to catch the opposition on quick break. Herrara is the only one who tries to make quick forward pass, he tried a couple but it just didn't come yesterday.
No doubt Ibra is class and has done well this season by any standards but he is rightly criticized for missing some easy goals this season which has costed us some crucial points. I think fans were just disappointed by the number of draws we had in one stretch, mostly because of terrible finishing.
Wow don't even try to say this was any of our attacking players fault hahahahahahahaahahahahahaha. We never had the ball for them to do anything. Fellaini was an awful choice for this game. I'm sorry but Mou got that completely wrong
no, you're not paying attention

"but they have got a lot to learn about holding up the ball and bringing others in to play. if all they want to do is spin and run in behind, that's great if you have the midfield to execute, but if not, then you have no viable attacking threat."

there's still much for them to learn. if the midfield passing into channels isnt accurate, they're ineffective on the break. sometimes you've got to find other ways to bring teammates into the game.
Re-watch the game and watch all the times we win the ball and Fellaini lost it try to make a forward pass. Rashford couldn't even get the ball to his feet in order to hold it up. Replace Fellaini with Pogba and yesterday is a completely different game. I never place the blame on only one player but I honestly feel that he was a "broken leg" in our team yesterday
was fellaini our only midfielder yesterday? carrick and herrera were passing it to fellaini for him to thread through balls? is that your argument?

either way, what if a team just marks pogba, does that mean we wont be able to score goals anymore?

they still need to add to their game. there's still a place in modern football for someone to hold up play, link the midfield, allow players to run beyond him and in behind. if only there was another lewandowski out there. big striker with technical ability and can still run.
I seriously can't believe you didn't see how detrimental he was for us going forward yesterday. I'm not saying everyone else was great but it was like playing with 10 men on the field. Why he would be on the pitch when we are trying to play defensive and on the counter is beyond me

"either way, what if a team just marks pogba, does that mean we wont be able to score goals anymore?"

If a team just marks messi does that mean Barcelona can't score anymore? No, but if you take messi off the field and replace him with Fellaini the other team can mark the other players out of the game without having to worry that he is going to to hurt them. Fellaini is ONLY ever good if we have decent possession of the ball
so you're saying fellaini being on the pitch meant herrera and carrick were marked out of the game? you havent explained why the other two did not find the forward runners.
There were no runners. Martial was in our half for long periods, tracking back and stuff. To have effective runners, you first need someone who can create some space on the counter and hold the ball up in the opposite half. Each time the Utd CF got the ball, Kompany was onto him in a flash.
Mou probably expected Mkhi to hold the ball up better, but he had a poor game IMO, lost the ball several times.
In the end, our counter threat was hardly anything of substance and the only chances we managed to create were by playing the ball and stringing a bunch of passes around City's box.
No doubt Rashford is going to learn things like holding up the ball etc. but no way he was bad today and the reason for us to not score.
Mou's game plan was to earn a point and we did, I think most of us are happy with that.
i wasnt trying to blame anyone, i was pointing out our limitations if we are just relying on rashford and martial because they are great at playing in transition on the counter but still need to work on hold up play.

i just find it annoying when people say stuff like ibra's holding back rashford or whatever. people forget rashford is still a kid, lets not try and make him out to be some world class forward. ibra scored 28 goals so far and would have had more, lets not put rashford on that kind of pedestal, he's not a 30 goal a season player, but people make it out like he's a better striker than ibra. thats just unrealistic expectation.
The big positive from the game is that fellini is not playing the next game confirmed!
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I don't understand what you guys are complaining about? The point at etihad was crucial. The win is always better but both gunners and fool were counting on us to lose.
A few more flops from fool and hopefully a hardcore performance by Spurs and we are very likely to end up 3rd or 4th.
+5
Exactly, will all those injuries we literally could not have fielded anyone better than who started. Maybe Fellaini, but he was there to win a few challenges which he did (and overdid).
With no creativity the tactics were going to be defensive and try to stiffle them, and do the grand theft. If Herrera or mKhi had scored off the best chances of the game, it would have been completely different.


Pep guardiola tactics would have been shat at if we had our best players today. He had his whole squad available and still could not do anything except dive all over the park. The guy is clueless when it comes to tactics and wherever he goes asks all his players to play a high line and get banged in defence, either pass the ball around endlessly, or take a dive. At barca Messi who is from a different planet, literally fed him success on a plate but even with bayern's huge squad he could not do a damn thing.
Would have been perfect if his favourite signing claudio bravo left him with egg on his face again, almost did. So over rated and an utter embarrassment
Atleast pellegrini's city played with quality till the day they announced they would sell out and replace him with this clueless clown
+4
Pogba's strength would have definitely helped us keep the ball and release them to our pacy forward players. Sorely missed him oday.
Pogba would have provided Rashford more service. Rashford kept making good runs but most of the time, no service.
+1
Damn Vaaz I'm sorry but you sound really salty there. City outplayed United simple as that. One team came for a draw and the other for a win. It's hard not to pass around if one team is just happy with a draw. United parked the bus good though, shut down City.

As for Agueros dive, it's Fellainis fault 100%. He just gets a yellow, then right away makes another foul and then goes head first to Aguero. Why? How is that even necessary?
+6
^ This guy. Every one of his posts starts and ends with salty.
Here, let me buy you a dictionary so that you can use some other words the next time around.


"City outplayed United simple as that"
Did you even watch the same game? Check the score line. 0-0 looks like anyone outplayed anyone? Stop embarrassing yourself.
With the whole city first team available that is what they could manage. (except perma crocks like Gundogun who will simply never make it in the EPL. He could not stay fit in the German league, Pep somehow thought he will be a boss in the EPL)


"One team came for a draw and the other for a win"
- If City could not score a single goal with their full team vs our side with over 8 regulars missing, then I simply wonder what "win" did city come for.
They are not worthy of any win, simple as that.
I am merely saying if our best players were there today, we could have beaten city. If thats salty, thats your poor perspective, sorry.

If City actually came for a win, why did they not start with 3 strikers, knowing we had only one fit CB for the game? its simple, Pep would have been happy with a draw before the game and thats what he came for. Having possession does not mean "came for a win"
Only after Fellaini got sent off did they really try to do something.


I have nothing to be salty about Pep, he is a joke of a manager, where ever he goes his teams try to dive, play act, then play the victim. He could not do jack with Bayern, and just wait for CIty fans to themselves call him out next season.
+10
Lol you're right, you win. I'm pretty sure even United fans won't agree with you. You don't need to wi 10-0 to dominate a match. You guys had 1 shot on target and 1 off. City had 6 and 12. And if you truly believe City weren't the better team then no point I'm having this conversation.

Oh and as for City having possession, what else were they supposed to do when all United wanted to do was clear the ball.
+4
He loves pep this guy so let him go.if jose wins the europa that will be 3 trophies for him in his first season, major or not. Hes miles better than baldie. Miles. In every dept except ball possession lol...i said many times that it would have been terrible for us to get him because hes just a van gaal really. Hes getting found out and jose will put him in another sabbaticcal soon lol. His tenure might be shorter than most think..
4 out of the 6 city shots on target were lame efforts from outside the box. Most of which were catching practice for De Gea.
Oh so sad man utd didnt take those shots from outside the box, because you know, Claudio Bravo would have let them in right through his leg. Such a big chance blown

Around 8 of their Shots off target were sent into the stands. The only real chance they had was Aguero's effort in the first half from the low cross. Apart from that they didn't create much. Better team my foot, they didnt get behind the Utd defence even once. I will say Man Utd were the better team because we defended better even with 10 men.


"And if you truly believe City weren't the better team then no point I'm having this conversation. "
- This is your obviously your latest trick. First post something without logic, and when faced with facts say "you are not having this conversation"?. How many times have you said "Im not having this conversation" in the last few days? Just look at the Real page.
If you really dont want to have the conversation, you should refrain from posting illogical things in the first place.


As I said only in an upside-down universe does having more possesion mean being the better team. Football is more than possesion. City did jack all with 61% possesion, except play passes among their defence and midfielders. All of city's defeats have come when they have bossed the possesion, now I will wait for you to say City were the better team in all of those.
Hahahahaha. Aguero dived because its Fellainis fault? Wow. Ok Dude you make zero sense. He was stupid to do that but when you make nonsensical comments like Aguero dived because its Fellainis fault, you just loose all your credibility.
Did we beat Burnley by making 30+ shots? No, it won't mean s**t unless you get the result desired. All these stats domination doesn't mean anything. Possession by Pep/LVG or amount of shots by BR told us in the past already.

We went into the game to avoid a loss with all injuries we've got, and we got the job done. Time to go back to your brothel, dick rider.
+1
Yes, United were the better team. Mourinho has also changed his ways lol and Shiwa, no you guys didn't beat Burnley but were the better team. That's my whole point you don't have to win to be the better team. Thanks for helping me out.

"Oh so sad man utd didnt take those shots from outside the box, because you know, Claudio Bravo would have let them in right through his leg. Such a big chance blown"

Lol then why didn't you take those shots if Bravo was going to let them in so easily?
+6
Sanchez alone makes Liverpool fans for a moment look reasonable, while Barca fans totally deluded.
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