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loveikan 04-01-2020 06:26 PM

Games in which Brandon Williams has started for Manchester United:

3-3 vs Sheffield United
3-1 win vs Brighton
2-0 win vs Burnley
0-0 vs AZ Alkmaar
1-0 win vs Partizan
4-0 win vs AZ Alkmaar
2-1 win vs Chelsea

United have never lost a game in which Brandon started. 🔴🔥

KeeHuat 04-01-2020 07:05 PM

I think we have had too tremendous amount of success under SAF which was unparalleled and will unlikely to be ever repeated again and suffering from withdrawal symptoms.

Therefore, we are now suffering because he has left. We have recruited 2 top managers LVG and Jose. Are we saying that they are poor as they have fantastic track records but it didn't work out for them at United.

I will always support the team and the United manager (supported Jose even though I didn't like his character) until such time he proves that he cannot manage the team. Ole has been around for 1 year. To me give him the same amount of time as the rest and then judge. There's still plenty of deadwood to remove but you can't remove them all at once.

Of course, Woody is one of the big culprits who caused all these problems by looking at the $$$ (commercial side of business, e.g. Pogba) when signing a player instead of looking if he fits the team.

I do not think Poch is so good as everyone thinks. So what if his Spurs team was good but what did he win, ZERO!

KeeHuat 05-01-2020 02:00 AM

Manchester United: Romero, Young, Lindelof, Maguire, Williams, Pereira, Matic, Chong, Mata, James, Greenwood.

Subs: Grant, Dalot, Jones, Wan-Bissaka, Fred, Gomes, Rashford.

lenghan 05-01-2020 03:15 AM

First 30mins, our young lads are doing pretty ok giving Wolves some fight but our strikers are no where shooting on target though they are having more of the play.
Romero made one spectacular save of the match so far.
At the moment our weakest player is Pereira whose passing is mostly off

lenghan 05-01-2020 04:26 AM

2nd half belongs to Wolves but our defense held on ok.
This time it is the strikers that yielded zero efforts on target.
Greenwood was almost non existent 2nd half
Final score 0-0

jwhtan 05-01-2020 07:16 PM

I watch for 30 mins and doze off.
The match was so boring :(

loveikan 07-01-2020 01:25 PM

read that Rainola just signed Lingard to be his agent.

lenghan 07-01-2020 05:44 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by loveikan (Post 10025596)
read that Rainola just signed Lingard to be his agent.

And that hopefully should be a sign that he is going to be off-loaded.
So it looks like same situation once again....players going out but no new players coming in.
Doubt Smalling wants to be back since he has now established himself at Roma and loved by the fans. So potentially loan becomes sales.
Probably the Italian league suits him better. Similar with Lukaku whom we offload to Inter Milan. This bloke has been scoring goals very regularly. And he plays with passion too!!! So what really happened in the training ground when he was still with us????
There have been so many reports of players from other clubs whom we are targeting (of course we are now very familiar with the medias hyping the situation with the agents to increase price), but either the clubs have openly stated NO SALES, or we are looking at well above 30 yr olds.
Not going to be surprised if no new players are signed this Jan window

loveikan 07-01-2020 11:12 PM

MANCHESTER UNITED are reportedly struggling to sell out Old Trafford for tonight’s Carabao Cup clash with rivals Man City.

The Mail claims 3,500 tickets – costing up to £66 each – remain on sale for the semi-final first-leg derby.

The unsold seats cover all four stands of the ground and it’s feared they will not be filled before kick-off this evening.

Old Trafford is the biggest stadium in Premier League with a capacity of 76,000, 14,000 more than Spurs’ new £1billion stadium holds.

But attendances have been declining in recent years, with last campaign’s average of 74,879 the lowest since 2009/10.

loveikan 07-01-2020 11:13 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by lenghan (Post 10025600)
And that hopefully should be a sign that he is going to be off-loaded.
So it looks like same situation once again....players going out but no new players coming in.
Doubt Smalling wants to be back since he has now established himself at Roma and loved by the fans. So potentially loan becomes sales.
Probably the Italian league suits him better. Similar with Lukaku whom we offload to Inter Milan. This bloke has been scoring goals very regularly. And he plays with passion too!!! So what really happened in the training ground when he was still with us????
There have been so many reports of players from other clubs whom we are targeting (of course we are now very familiar with the medias hyping the situation with the agents to increase price), but either the clubs have openly stated NO SALES, or we are looking at well above 30 yr olds.
Not going to be surprised if no new players are signed this Jan window

Read lingard has been offered to AC Milan....another giant struggling for the past 7 years or more.


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