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      The Official: Laugh At The Mancs Thread

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      therealjr
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      Re: The Official: Laugh At The Mancs Thread
      Reply #17000: Dec 01, 2018 06:03:59 pm
      Saints 2-0 up … long way to go, but that's a quick start from them ...

      No laughing till the final whistle, these cnuts have pulled too many rabbits out this season already.
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      Re: The Official: Laugh At The Mancs Thread
      Reply #17001: Dec 01, 2018 06:26:32 pm
      No laughing till the final whistle, these cnuts have pulled too many rabbits out this season already.

      See what I mean?
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      Re: The Official: Laugh At The Mancs Thread
      Reply #17002: Dec 01, 2018 06:34:36 pm
      It's still pretty laughable to have been 2-0 down to Southampton, regardless of the result.

      This will not go down well for Mourinho.
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      Re: The Official: Laugh At The Mancs Thread
      Reply #17003: Dec 01, 2018 06:37:08 pm
      'Visitors stage superb comeback' from the Salford based, Manc obsessed fanzine BBC Sport. Because it's just like they've gone away to the Nou Camp and shown Messi and co what they're all about haven't they?
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      Reply #17004: Dec 01, 2018 06:37:29 pm
      It's still pretty laughable to have been 2-0 down to Southampton, regardless of the result.

      This will not go down well for Mourinho.
      You ruined it, Jose looks good now because the mentality to put things right before HT is what they'll go with.
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      Re: The Official: Laugh At The Mancs Thread
      Reply #17005: Dec 01, 2018 06:57:40 pm
      You ruined it, Jose looks good now because the mentality to put things right before HT is what they'll go with.

      Me? No. I made that comment at HT.

      I hardly think the Utd fans will look positively at how Mourinho managed to come back against this lot.
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      Re: The Official: Laugh At The Mancs Thread
      Reply #17006: Dec 01, 2018 07:02:44 pm
      Hughes not figured out a way to throw this game yet?
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      Re: The Official: Laugh At The Mancs Thread
      Reply #17007: Dec 01, 2018 07:25:02 pm
      another incredible display by UTD don't tell me the players aren't doing everything they can to get Maureen sacked.
      the lack of concentration in players like Pogba is just weird he simply doesn't want to be on that pitch with that shirt on.
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      Re: The Official: Laugh At The Mancs Thread
      Reply #17008: Dec 04, 2018 01:05:27 pm

      'I think Mourinho wants the sack'

      Former England striker Chris Sutton says Mourinho is acting like he wants to be sacked.

      "Mourinho does more point-scoring off the pitch than his team does on it," Sutton said on BBC Radio 5 live.

      "It's not a happy camp, this started in pre-season. They finished second last season, look where they are now.
      What's going to happen in January?
      Can he be trusted with a pot of money in January? This is a United team that is falling at an alarming rate.

      "I think he wants the sack. why would you behave in that manner?

      "His signings have been a disaster and he wants more money.
      How can they trust him with the performances the way they have been?
      What is good about United this season?
      And it all comes from the manager, who is blaming everyone else."



      Of course he does.

      He did this at Chelsea.... completely  imploded so they sacked him and Utd "acquired" him without compensation. He was already penciled in when Van Gaal was there.

      He told Italian media a few months ago in a boast that Utd "couldnt afford to sack him".

      Mourinho is just taking the piss out of everyone, as well as getting cuts out of the agents fees for the ridiculous prices being paid by the Board. Perhaps they have seen the light with him and that is why they refused any more purchases this summer ... which meant he didn't line his own pockets anymore.

      He has been sussed.
      The economics mean that he probably has till season's end for Utd to fail for a CL place.

      That already is looking nailed on for Us , City and two of the three London clubs.





      https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/46437279
      « Last Edit: Dec 04, 2018 01:11:28 pm by MIRO »
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      Re: The Official: Laugh At The Mancs Thread
      Reply #17009: Dec 04, 2018 01:08:54 pm
      It would be a scandal if united sacked Jose.. got to give the man a chance to turn it upside down further.. 😁
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      Re: The Official: Laugh At The Mancs Thread
      Reply #17010: Dec 05, 2018 10:23:25 am
      His latest outburst is that everyone improved but UTD that's because they have the same manager as last season
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      Re: The Official: Laugh At The Mancs Thread
      Reply #17011: Dec 05, 2018 11:40:11 am
      Think they are going to get badly beaten tonight
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      Reply #17012: Dec 05, 2018 01:24:29 pm
      Think they are going to get badly beaten tonight

      If Arsenal play like they did against Spurs they will beat them but don't underestimate Maureens ability to park a bus carrying 11 passengers even at home he has no shame or credibility left
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      Re: The Official: Laugh At The Mancs Thread
      Reply #17013: Dec 05, 2018 08:01:38 pm
      Love a draw but think Arsenal will be too strong
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      Re: The Official: Laugh At The Mancs Thread
      Reply #17014: Dec 05, 2018 08:27:35 pm
      Best keeper in the world with a howler there.
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      Re: The Official: Laugh At The Mancs Thread
      Reply #17015: Dec 05, 2018 10:18:40 pm
      From red cafe made me chuckle

      1 point vs Palace, 1 point vs Saints, 1 point vs Arse. Three fingered salute from Jose incoming.
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      Re: The Official: Laugh At The Mancs Thread
      Reply #17016: Dec 05, 2018 10:49:04 pm
      Maureen just said that his players gave everything but really they don't have enough quality. The man is a complete tw*t he bought half of them.
      Just hope they don't sack him before we get them to Anfield
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      Re: The Official: Laugh At The Mancs Thread
      Reply #17017: Dec 05, 2018 11:49:34 pm
      thank god for the draw. Arsenal drop 2 points and Jose keeps his job. De Gea with some ridiculous saves to keep the game tied. Have no idea what they pay him but he should be the highest paid player on that team. The amount of points he's saved them over the years is amazing.
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      Re: The Official: Laugh At The Mancs Thread
      Reply #17018: Dec 06, 2018 12:13:22 am
      We have a 16 point lead on them and it’s the first week of December! Unreal how sh*t they are and how good we are. That old addage the team that pays the most in wages always rises to the top really isn’t applying for them and it’s hilarious


      thank god for the draw. Arsenal drop 2 points and Jose keeps his job. De Gea with some ridiculous saves to keep the game tied. Have no idea what they pay him but he should be the highest paid player on that team. The amount of points he's saved them over the years is amazing.

      He makes an arse of their first goal though

      « Last Edit: Dec 06, 2018 12:27:37 am by Alfie2510 »
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      Re: The Official: Laugh At The Mancs Thread
      Reply #17019: Dec 06, 2018 05:02:09 pm
      Quote from waltonl4
      Just hope they don't sack him before we get them to Anfield

      Dunno myself. I can foresee him coming here next week, (with us 5 points behind before ko) with the bus firmly rooted in that box all afternoon. Again. If people thought the home game against City was "boring", it will probably look a thriller compared to what awaits us next week.

      If they sacked him, then the new bastrd  might come here and at least attempt to play something resembling a football game. You know that stopping us adding No. 19 is what counts as "success" for their fans this season. :tosser:

      In other news, Chelsea are 10 points behind the leaders and their title "challenge", such as it was, is over. Makes you wonder why our fans wanted the mancs to beat them when they faced each other a few weeks ago.
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      Re: The Official: Laugh At The Mancs Thread
      Reply #17020: Dec 06, 2018 10:48:01 pm
      16 points behind already and it hasn’t even been 16 games.
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      Re: The Official: Laugh At The Mancs Thread
      Reply #17021: Dec 07, 2018 08:57:49 am
      16 points behind already and it hasn’t even been 16 games.

      I'm pretty sure your milking it at every opportunity like so many others. :f_whistle:
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      Reply #17022: Dec 07, 2018 10:02:59 am
      16 points behind already and it hasn’t even been 16 games.

      But of course they will finish above Everton come the end of season, as per the Special one. Talk of setting high standards.  :roll: :roll:
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      Re: The Official: Laugh At The Mancs Thread
      Reply #17023: Dec 07, 2018 12:41:44 pm
      https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/46463178

      Have fans accepted Utd's B List status ?


      Manchester United's hopes and ambitions have slipped so alarmingly this season that a routine show of grit that left them eighth in the Premier League drew warm applause from Old Trafford at its conclusion.

      Jose Mourinho's side battled back twice to earn a point in an eventful, if scrappy, 2-2 draw against Arsenal - but was the sanguine reaction at the final whistle acceptance this is now as good as it gets under the current regime?

      United are eight points adrift of fourth-placed Chelsea, 18 behind leaders Manchester City, and are the only team in the Premier League's top nine with a minus goal difference.

      They have taken only three points from their past four games, including draws with strugglers Crystal Palace and Southampton.

      And while this was a performance that contained many admirable qualities when measured in grit and character, it showed no signs of being the early stage of development into a team that could claim the big prizes.

      It still, however, drew a relatively satisfied response from a remarkably patient United fanbase, who would previously have accepted what they saw as the basic starting point not the major plus.

      Mourinho's apparent confusion over his best team meant seven alterations to his starting line-up from Saturday's 2-2 draw at Southampton took the number of changes in the Premier League this season to 46.

      And credit must be given to the likes of Eric Bailly, who performed well, and fellow defender Diogo Dalot, who confirmed his promise. Mourinho was right to praise them.

      But the brutal truth is, while Mourinho's men were unquestionably fired up and there were flashes of former United and Arsenal clashes with the sight of flying footwear and prostrate bodies that would have been appreciated by heavyweight boxer Tyson Fury - who watched from the directors' box, this was a night that will not linger long in the memory.

      Painfully for United and Mourinho, he seems to now accept the obvious inferiority to Manchester City. This is even before he contemplates Liverpool's clear superiority.

      He said: "In the last four matches, we didn't lose. Bad results? Yes - but four matches we didn't lose. Before we lost against Manchester City, everybody loses."

      If not exactly defeatist talk, it is certainly the language of a manager having to lower his sights as never before.

      And judging by the apparent satisfaction with a share of the spoils from an uninspiring display, many United supporters have joined him.

       
      Mourinho made two huge selection calls in leaving out his biggest signings - Paul Pogba and Romelu Lukaku.

      He wrote in his programme notes: "There isn't space for people who are not ready to give their all."

      There is no suggestion he specifically meant these two players, who cost £89m and £75m respectively, but the message had been sent.

      It was a brave call by a manager who knew his strategy was high-risk, especially had United lost, although it was hardly a glorious advert for the success of his major purposes.

      Pogba is simply too erratic while Lukaku cuts a bulky, muscular figure seemingly robbed of the explosive qualities that were his trademark.

      Even goalkeeper David de Gea is having an erratic season by his standards, having to redeem himself with several fine saves after an awful attempt to deal with Shkodran Mustafi's tame header for Arsenal's first goal.

      What was not in doubt was the commitment of United's players. They were, despite all the noise swirling around Mourinho, playing for their manager.

      No-one can doubt the honesty and character. Those who forged a draw against a team unbeaten in 20 matches gave their all.

      The problem in the wider context is this United squad is nowhere near good enough when measured against the best.

      United's attack has fluidity in Anthony Martial, Marcus Rashford and Jesse Lingard, but this is a stodgy side producing stodgy performances.

      The fact this was regarded as a reasonable improvement on recent offerings, despite another draw, is a commentary on United's season so far.
      How long will patience last?

      Every game carries high stakes for United and Mourinho now - but there are no signs of uprising among the fans.

      The team cannot afford to falter against struggling Fulham at Old Trafford on Saturday, but they can at least travel to Valencia for their final Champions League group game with qualification for the knockout phase assured.

      It is then that Mourinho faces what amounts to the acid test when he visits a familiar proving ground - the Anfield home of long-time adversaries Liverpool on 16 December.

      If he can somehow fashion a result there against a side unbeaten in the league this season, it might maintain some of the old belief in Mourinho's powers. A defeat might just test the patience he is being shown.

      But, for now, Mourinho and United's supporters appear to have reluctantly accepted their 'B-List' status.

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      Re: The Official: Laugh At The Mancs Thread
      Reply #17024: Dec 07, 2018 05:33:15 pm
      I heard Maureen a couple of times today. He always refers to what he has won but then he blames the team Ed Wooward for any short comings. He is way off the mark now. He is still building teams with big strong players in it whilst most top managers are going for speedy quick thinking player which Matic,Pogba and Lukaku could never be described as.
      Now we are told Fred also known as £50 million Fred cant play until Maureen gets a better defence what a tw*t he is

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