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yvliew
post May 21 2019, 08:34 PM

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herrera will sign for MU or not? Season is over and still no news..
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post May 21 2019, 10:02 PM

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QUOTE(yvliew @ May 21 2019, 08:34 PM)
herrera will sign for MU or not? Season is over and still no news..
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trolling? hererra already released farewell video liao.

yeah really gg if still smalling jones. need budget 10 point for their silly mistakes. how to challenge title when need budget 10 point for them. pool also lose by 1 point only. jogba here not as bad as smalling jones here.

sign mbappe la. drop hint mau leave liao lol.

btw why allegri suddenly leave juve after successful years? didnt read juve news.

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Hopefully no last minute panic buy...
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post May 22 2019, 12:27 AM

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QUOTE(IpohGuyz @ May 21 2019, 10:02 PM)
trolling? hererra already released farewell video liao.

yeah really gg if still smalling jones. need budget 10 point for their silly mistakes. how to challenge title when need budget 10 point for them. pool also lose by 1 point only. jogba here not as bad as smalling jones here.

sign mbappe la. drop hint mau leave liao lol.

btw why allegri suddenly leave juve after successful years? didnt read juve news.
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Didn't follow news recently. What a big loss for us.. free transfer somemore, kayu should be blamed for this.
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post May 22 2019, 12:43 AM

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Ddg also need to sort out his contract else possible free transfer also...

Thomas Partey macam gooding

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post May 22 2019, 05:56 AM

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QUOTE(sinoffire @ May 21 2019, 08:11 PM)
cant see him leaving 4 us sad.gif city mayb shakehead.gif
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post May 22 2019, 06:39 AM

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Steady lah longstaff. Lol.

http://global.espn.com/football/manchester...gpies-longstaff

Manchester United are ready to make a formal offer for Newcastle midfielder Sean Longstaff, sources have told ESPN FC.

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QUOTE(damnself @ May 22 2019, 06:39 AM)
Steady lah longstaff. Lol.

http://global.espn.com/football/manchester...gpies-longstaff

Manchester United are ready to make a formal offer for Newcastle midfielder Sean Longstaff, sources have told ESPN FC.
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Die la if batang panjang is the only CM that comes. Can't trust Fred Mctominay Perreira or even Matic to win us anything. We need 2 first class CM. Partey, Neves, Ndidi, Tillemen and Bruno Fernandes should be first choice!!


Who else should we buy if stingy Kayu only gives Ole 200 million pound?, Shudders. Should be way more for us to rebuild. 200 million pound nowadays is nothing.

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QUOTE(damnself @ May 22 2019, 06:39 AM)
Steady lah longstaff. Lol.

http://global.espn.com/football/manchester...gpies-longstaff

Manchester United are ready to make a formal offer for Newcastle midfielder Sean Longstaff, sources have told ESPN FC.
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Die la if batang panjang is the only CM that comes. Can't trust Fred Mctominay Perreira or even Matic to win us anything. We need 2 first class CM. Partey, Neves, Ndidi, Tillemen and Bruno Fernandes should be first choice!!

Who else should we buy if stingy Kayu only gives Ole 200 million pound?, Shudders. Should be way more for us to rebuild. 200 million pound nowadays is nothing.


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post May 22 2019, 07:34 AM

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we're doomed for next season. vincent kompany being released and this bird-shit-eater is stil captain for next season. ffs.
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post May 22 2019, 07:37 AM

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we're doomed for next season. vincent kompany being released and this bird-shit-eater is stil captain for next season. ffs.
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ole can eat shit if its true
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we're doomed for next season. vincent kompany being released and this bird-shit-eater is stil captain for next season. ffs.
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wtf shocking.gif shakehead.gif best we can hope is like valencia, bench captain whistling.gif
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French giants Paris Saint-Germain are ready to meet De Gea’s market value of £350,000-a-week and are now considering a £60million bid in the current window.


bye ddg
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post May 22 2019, 11:00 AM

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batang panjang, unknown speedy welsh winger..
this is the road we're going eh?
better than overpaid 'world class' players i suppose 😊
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Whoever manutd buy..if jogba is still the main man next season...it still wont fix anything at all...

Somemore now wanna make him a captain??..haha..

Either OGS has no balls or out of ideas
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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/...inal-offer.html

all about money nowadays. looks like need reset like pool, give low wages to unknown and rebuild for years. haih.

think about it, ogs don't have any senior players to give armband to actually. we are left bunch of craps jones, smalling, young. got skill is jogba which is also crap. rashford martial certainly not ready. lukaku wants to leave lol. total shambles.




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QUOTE(damnself @ May 22 2019, 06:39 AM)
Steady lah longstaff. Lol.

http://global.espn.com/football/manchester...gpies-longstaff

Manchester United are ready to make a formal offer for Newcastle midfielder Sean Longstaff, sources have told ESPN FC.
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Longstuff will be a good buy.
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QUOTE(zhou.xingxing @ May 22 2019, 09:29 AM)
bye ddg
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if he don't want to sign, thanks and goodbye
use that money to buy new players
romero can do good job
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post May 22 2019, 03:18 PM

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But least they realize they should be investing in youth.

Daniel James looks promising, could improve under the right guidance. Ashley Young needs to go, by making him captain will not make things better at the back. Our back 4 including the GK needs an overhaul.

De Ligt rumors looks encouraging, lets see what happens.
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Manchester United: Give Ole Gunnar Solskjaer time, says Robin van Persie

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is the right man to lead Manchester United and must be given a fair chance to reverse their decline, former striker Robin van Persie told BBC Sport.

After impressing as interim manager following the sacking of Jose Mourinho, ex-United forward Solskjaer oversaw a dismal end to the season as they missed out on a top-four finish.

But Van Persie said: "I think it's the perfect match, it's just they're having a bad spell."

He added: "Back in the day it was normal for a manager to get time. Nowadays if you lose six games, you're out. Is that the solution?

"Give someone time, especially if it's a kid from the club."

United dismissed Mourinho on 18 December and planned to make a temporary appointment until the summer before filling the managerial vacancy permanently.

A day later, 46-year-old Solskjaer was named caretaker manager and United went on a 15-game unbeaten run in domestic competition, including a 100% record in his first eight matches.

The Norwegian oversaw a dramatic victory over Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League last 16 and, despite then suffering two defeats, he was given the job full time on 28 March.

United finished the campaign with six losses and two wins from their final 10 fixtures.

"It's funny because when he started everyone was so positive, they were winning and they made a miracle by beating PSG," said Van Persie, who helped United to the Premier League title in 2013 and scored 58 goals in 105 games for them between 2012-15.

"Everyone was screaming like, 'Give the guy a permanent deal'. And then since that permanent deal the luck went away a little bit; they've been losing more games than they want to.

"But he got a three-year deal and everyone should look at the bigger picture. His presence, the way he presents the club, is the proper way in my opinion. He's positive, he wants to achieve big things with the club and that is the only way forward.

"He's a man of the club, he played there for more than 10 years, he won the Champions League - actually his goal got them the Champions League - so he has a big part over the years at the club.

"He's been a coach of the reserves, he is Manchester United. Similar, in a different way, to Ferguson. He was Manchester United and Solskjaer is Manchester United as well.

"Everyone has that at a certain time. He had a fantastic first period - now the last 12 games have been tough. OK, but next season they have to pick themselves up and go again."

Van Persie joined United under Sir Alex Ferguson, having spent eight years playing for Arsene Wenger's Arsenal, and he believes the pair prove the importance of patience.

That is a value he feels should also be applied towards players, suggesting United's current problems will not necessarily be solved by more heavy spending in the transfer market.

"In that way I'm a little bit old school," the Dutchman argued. "Major changes, what do they do? Arsene stayed at Arsenal for 22 years, Sir Alex at United for 26 years.

"If he wants absolutely the best and only the best for the club, give him time. Is it going to change, to find a new manager now after a bad run? And then, so what, he will have a good start and then they will be in the same position.

"Nowadays, as well, if you look at the news, if you hear stories, it's so business-wise.

"If a player has a couple of bad games, 'OK, sell him!'. If he doesn't score a few goals, 'OK, he's out, he's finished'.

"Back in the day you used to get time, you can make mistakes, you can learn. Now I get the feeling that time is less. Ideally, you would get time - as a player, as a coach."

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