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Re: The *Official* Manchester United thread
« Reply #120 on: March 26, 2012, 03:58:33 PM »
Glory Glory Man United
Glory Glory Man United
Glory Glory Man United
..and the Reds go marching ON ON ON

Pivotal day in the race for the title - United with a dominant win v WBA and Shitty lose to Swansea  :098:

To use Droopy's catch phrase .... "I'm Happy"  :)

When's the return of Althetico Bilbao?

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Re: The *Official* Manchester United thread
« Reply #121 on: July 21, 2012, 10:13:24 AM »
Was going to send Tim a PM with the match report from the tour game I was doing for him but will post it here as there are a couple of other United fans that may be interested  - As I can't be arsed to edit any of it Kags = new boy Kagawa, Chico is Chicharito, Toni is Valencia and  Ando is Anderson  ;D

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Can't find a lineup yet but I do know Toni, Kags, Ando, Vermijl, Amos and Tyler Blackett all start this time - looking like a 4-5-1 with Kags playing in the hole behind Chico

Torrential rain about an hour before kick off and the ball is zipping around a bit which will definitely suit United

First trademark Scholesy "tackle" after 5 minutes :D

18 minutes gone - hardly a chance on goal for either side - United looking solid and probing the Ajax defence -- oooh first chance from Ajax and its a good one - centre forward flying through the defence and just puts it wide

Good run from Toni but just fails to find Chico - United's best chance so far

Fecking vuvuzelas are annoying  >:(

Another good chance from Ajax - great block from Blackett - looks very classy at left back :great:


Toni looking very sharp  :great:

Great cross from Wootten and Chico heads straight at the keeper

Scholesy has learned to tackle!! - two great challenges in a minute  :Woot_Emoticon:

Ajax clipped the post after a mistake by Scott Wootten

Chico close after great work from Kags

Half time - pretty level game so far - Ando very quiet but Toni and Kags have looked very good but been very impressed with Tyler Blackett - looks strong in the tackle, has good pace and gets forward - his positioning has also saved United on a couple of occasions - maybe we don't need Baines after all


2nd half

Chico just wide after slipping as he was taking the shot - another great pass from Kags - and Chico close again after good work from Toni - 2 great chances in less than a minute

Just got the team news - Amos; Vermijl, Wootton, Ferdinand, Blackett; Valencia, Carrick, Scholes, Anderson; Kagawa, Hernandez. Subs: Lindegaard, Johnstone, Berbatov, Powell, Macheda, Bebe, Brady, Petrucci, Tunnicliffe, Veseli, Lingard

Yet another chance for Chico then one for Kags - United putting pressure on the South Africans - started raining again- Kags and Scholes are running the show  :Woot_Emoticon:

Another chance for Chico - just got his feet wrong - United dominating now

Tunnicliffe, Powell and Lingard warming up - looking forward to seeing Powell

Ooooohhhhh  - Kags should have scored with a free header - did well to get in that position but put it wide

Bebe warming up too  ;D

Kags has got amazing feet - brilliant close control  :great:

Lingard, Tunnicliffe, Bebe and Powell coming on

Chico, Toni, Scholesy and Ando off

Bebe with a header wide - playing as the main striker

20 minutes left

Ajax cross deflected wide by Carrick - could have been an OG  :17:

Great save from Amos - took a deflection which made it even better - got down low to his left and turned it round the post  :Woot_Emoticon:

Berba warming up - must have finished negotiations with Galatasaray  ;D

Berba on for Kags who is man of the match by some way  :Woot_Emoticon:

Bebe playing poorly - can't pass or hold onto the ball (actually typed pooply :D)

Great ball from Lingard which almost got through to Berba

Ajax putting the pressure on in the last 5 minutes

Noooo - Goal for Ajax - came from a corner - flicks off the heel of one of their players and loops over Ben Amos - bit lucky

Tunnicliffe puts the ball over the bar - good chance

Ben Amos goes for the interception and makes a mess of it - Ajax shoot wide - only time Amos has put a foot wrong

4 minutes of added time - great strike from Powell great save

BEBE!!!!!!!

1-1  great run on the outside from Vermijl Berba steps over the ball and Bebe was at the far post to bang it in (just)

Another chance for Ajax - over the bar

Full time - TBH Ajax deserved the draw - worked hard and made it difficult for United

Kags man of the match - Blackett also impressive together with Scholes - Rio played 90 minutes in both games - hopefully over his injuries

Bebe with the goal and TBH was the only thing he did right - maybe rusty after his cruciate injury but he couldn't control the ball or pass it (maybe trying too hard) from his size he looks more like a striker than a winger so we'll see what happens - reckon he'll go on loan again

Powell looked good - very promising player with a lot of skill and has a great shot on him (think Gibson but on target :D)

Fair result - next stop Shanghai on Wednesday to face Drogba and Anelka

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Re: The *Official* Manchester United thread
« Reply #122 on: July 24, 2012, 02:43:06 PM »
 :Woot_Emoticon: :Woot_Emoticon: :Woot_Emoticon: :Woot_Emoticon:
Great report, missed the match because I was on fishing trip

Sounds like Kags is going to be a great player for United

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This thread should be interned for fifty years or when Rooney grows up which ever comes first..... >:D




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Re: The *Official* SAFC thread
« Reply #124 on: July 27, 2012, 05:12:03 AM »
Thread Hijack in progress:

Sunderland team first team


Goalkeepers
20
Westwood
22
Mignolet

Defenders
2
Bardsley
4
Turner
5
Brown
11
Richardson
12
Kilgallon
16
O'Shea
19
Bramble
Cuellar

Midfielders
6
Cattermole
7
Larsson
8
Gardner
14
Colback
15
Vaughan
18
Meyler
23
McClean
27
Elmohamady
28
Sessegnon

Strikers
9
Campbell
10
Wickham
17
Ji

Bazzdude

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Re: The *Official* Manchester United thread
« Reply #125 on: July 27, 2012, 05:47:14 AM »
That's allowed because you do mention a lot of United rejects in the list  :098:

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Re: The *Official* Manchester City thread
« Reply #126 on: July 27, 2012, 05:57:53 AM »
Hard but true..... :(

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Re: The *Official* Manchester United thread
« Reply #127 on: July 27, 2012, 05:00:46 PM »
That's allowed because you do mention a lot of United rejects in the list  :098:

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Re: The *Official* Manchester United thread
« Reply #128 on: August 15, 2012, 02:11:59 PM »

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Re: The *Official* Manchester United thread
« Reply #129 on: August 15, 2012, 02:43:39 PM »
http://www1.skysports.com/football/news/11670/7992947/United-agree-RVP-deal

Shame he a Muzzie  ;D


 :great: :great: :great: :great: :great: :great: :great: :great: :great:

I think that the best quote I have seen regards this news comes from my Bro, who taught me how to appreciate football (Much to the irritation of my
wife, who thinks that flying off couches, to land on one's hands and knees, swearing loudly at the Television is somewhat "undignified"  ::) )

"United will tear teams souls apart this season as well as their defences  :13: "

Brilliant, should be TM'd before muppet reporters steal it and use it as their own   8)
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Re: The *Official* Manchester United thread
« Reply #130 on: August 15, 2012, 02:55:14 PM »

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Re: The *Official* Manchester United thread
« Reply #131 on: August 15, 2012, 03:05:42 PM »
TBH I'm happy he's still in the Premier as he was by far the player of the year last season and I'm elated he's gone to United

Agree with what Tim said in a PM that we could break all sorts of goalscoring records this year :Woot_Emoticon:

Feel sorry for Wenger - the club's wage restrictions means they have lost a lot of talent over the last couple of years because the club won't pay to keep them - Wilshire and Walcott next on the list on running out contracts and they could lose Song very soon too - got a lot of respect for the Nutty Professor but his hands are tied

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Re: The *Official* Manchester United thread
« Reply #132 on: August 15, 2012, 03:40:52 PM »
 40J 40J 40J @ Drago's Dora Post


TBH I'm happy he's still in the Premier as he was by far the player of the year last season and I'm elated he's gone to United

Agree with what Tim said in a PM that we could break all sorts of goalscoring records this year :Woot_Emoticon:

Feel sorry for Wenger - the club's wage restrictions means they have lost a lot of talent over the last couple of years because the club won't pay to keep them - Wilshire and Walcott next on the list on running out contracts and they could lose Song very soon too - got a lot of respect for the Nutty Professor but his hands are tied

Aye
But at least his board isn't threatening his job, which is a good thing.
If they gave him the players he needs to compete they would be up there challenging for trophy every year, this year I think they
will be very lucky to stay in the top 5 with improvements some of the other sides have made


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Re: The *Official* Manchester United thread
« Reply #133 on: August 15, 2012, 03:48:00 PM »
Will be a good contest for 4th place - think there will be a big gap between United, Shitty and Chelscum and 4th

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Re: The *Official* Manchester United thread
« Reply #134 on: August 15, 2012, 04:32:33 PM »
Footballers in the premiership are too bloody pampered and overpaid.
I'd kick a ball around for a £1000 a week let alone £100,000 mamby fucking pamby wankers.

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Re: The *Official* Manchester United thread
« Reply #135 on: August 15, 2012, 04:59:16 PM »
Roon is on 240k - RVP will match that  ;D

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Re: The *Official* Manchester United thread
« Reply #136 on: August 15, 2012, 06:09:57 PM »
Quote
mamby fucking pamby wankers.

 :13: :13: :13: :13: :13: :13: :13: :13: :13: :13:

So true Gee.

:d030:  We are all in the gutter but some of us are looking at the stars.   :d030:

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Re: The *Official* Manchester United thread
« Reply #137 on: August 16, 2012, 09:33:19 AM »
Footballers in the premiership are too bloody pampered and overpaid.
I'd kick a ball around for a £1000 a week let alone £100,000 mamby fucking pamby wankers.

 ;D ;D ;D ;D

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Re: The *Official* Manchester United thread
« Reply #138 on: August 16, 2012, 09:44:16 AM »
Don't think Gee has a future career as an agent  ;D

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Re: The *Official* Manchester United thread
« Reply #139 on: August 16, 2012, 11:09:01 AM »

Don't think Gee has a future career as an agent  ;D

The managers and the boards of directors would love him  :D