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loveikan 19-03-2020 08:03 PM

Firworks launched.
extra recipe before our match against Spurs.


1st from players to now the mgr, all having a go at JM.
And I agreed with what they had shared.

Anyway, our players and OGS 2ith his coaching staff must let the results do the talking. This will be the best response.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer absolutely destroys Jose Mourinho over his injury complaints AND digs him out about his criticism of the club's progress ��

https://metro.co.uk/2020/03/13/man-u...ited-12392906/

loveikan 20-03-2020 07:37 PM

no football so let tcss.

Which one will you sign if Abumeyang, Kane, Timo and Ighalo.:D

The 1st two are proven in EPL with Abu, 30 year old hearsay will cost 50mil while Kane at 150mil.
signing Kane means OGS will left with a smaller fund to find more players
Timo should be at 60mil range but not proven in EPL.
Ighalo willing to take a pay cut of 6mil and the Chinese club asking for 25mil. quite impressive so far

BBP604 20-03-2020 07:58 PM

Take Ighalo. Cheaper and good.
But other than striker, which area still need improvement?
Read PP is still eyeing a move and should be around 100mil for his service.

loveikan 20-03-2020 10:52 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BBP604 (Post 10026304)
Take Ighalo. Cheaper and good.
But other than striker, which area still need improvement?
Read PP is still eyeing a move and should be around 100mil for his service.

OGS wanted Kane to tell Spur that he wanted to come to OT before they make their move.

for me just simply take those who wanted to play for us, just like Ighalo.
So I also agreed to offer Ighalo a permanent deal. He earned it.
and he will be a good influence to the younger forward esp when AM is so inconsistance.

Ppl just sell him as he can be a big distraction no matter how good he is.
same thing for Lingard.

jwhtan 23-03-2020 06:11 PM

Ighalo is not the long term solution but I do agree he has ticked all the right boxes so far. Main thing being his wanting to play for Man Utd and he has also produced.

moscowblue 31-03-2020 08:46 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by loveikan (Post 10026306)
OGS wanted Kane to tell Spur that he wanted to come to OT before they make their move.

for me just simply take those who wanted to play for us, just like Ighalo.
So I also agreed to offer Ighalo a permanent deal. He earned it.
and he will be a good influence to the younger forward esp when AM is so inconsistance.

Ppl just sell him as he can be a big distraction no matter how good he is.
same thing for Lingard.

AM is not inconsistent, more of he lacked the correct services to provide him the chance to score goals. His goal ratio is the highest amongst all the top strikers, as his conversion rate as compared to his shots are the best, aguero included.

DJ is still looking at the ball than finding his strikers, as seen in the last game against Man City.

MR is coming back sooner than expected

jwhtan 06-04-2020 07:35 PM

Sad news of some clubs taking advantage of the UK govt scheme to furlough their staff.
If United goes down this route, I am going to quit watching football altogether

lenghan 07-04-2020 03:25 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jwhtan (Post 10026342)
Sad news of some clubs taking advantage of the UK govt scheme to furlough their staff.
If United goes down this route, I am going to quit watching football altogether

Any clubs taking advantage of the govt scheme to furlough their staff should be BAN from buying new players unless they sell first. And even then the cost for any new players should come directly from their sales since their rationale to furlough their staff is lack of fund or solvency.
Haha for once we may have to thank Woody for keeping the club solvent

loveikan 07-04-2020 11:47 AM

Clubs with rhe financial strength should not take up the govt's offer.

Pep's mom died due to Coronavirus.

And watched some videos on Chelsea's new signing Ziyech. Got to admit he looks good but still yet to play in EPL which is a much tougher league.
Likewise for those players that we are bringing in.

loveikan 07-04-2020 11:28 PM

From FB

Man United have led by example with their response to the Corona Virus with both the actions from the club and players. United are setting a great example as a role model for other clubs to follow and they are making a big difference wherever they can to the local communities and charities. I've heavily criticised United as a club in recent years but these actions deserve praise because they are helping so many people in a time of need.

Well done United 👏

loveikan 09-04-2020 10:53 AM

This 20 years old from Valencia will replace Sancho at BD if the latter really leave the German Club.

Very much cheaper with his contract ending in 2021


YouTube Video
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moscowblue 10-04-2020 01:50 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by loveikan (Post 10026346)
From FB

Man United have led by example with their response to the Corona Virus with both the actions from the club and players. United are setting a great example as a role model for other clubs to follow and they are making a big difference wherever they can to the local communities and charities. I've heavily criticised United as a club in recent years but these actions deserve praise because they are helping so many people in a time of need.

Well done United ��

At least better than the club who had to apologise that they made a mistake to want to take garmen funds to tide over this period

loveikan 10-04-2020 05:39 PM

https://www.dailystar.co.uk/sport/fo...-know-21830294

1st signing.
More than 6ft tall,16 years old Polish gk
One for the future.

Anyway, we have a good problem in the gk dept with DDG, Romero and Henderson.
The last one is a contender to be our no. 1

But OGS should consider to loan out Henderson again for another season if he does not want to sell DDG
But make sure to tie him down for a new contract before loaning him out.

jwhtan 10-04-2020 06:31 PM

If u r Dean Henderson, would you sign a new contract, knowing fully well you are going to sit on he bench if you remain ?

loveikan 11-04-2020 12:54 AM

Why not. Neg. a good deal with an opportunity to be the no. 1 gk for Man Utd.

Am still young and if continue to improve, just a matter of time to replace DDG.

Also would not mind loaning out to Sheffield again, a team playing well as a team.

jwhtan 11-04-2020 12:44 PM

Goalkeepers hv relatively longer playing career.
Van Der Sar signed for us at age 35 and played till 40

De Gea is only 29 years old.
If OGS decide to stick with De Gea, Henderson could be sitting on the bench for the next 5 years. Personally, I dun think he will want that
Unless De Gea moves on, otherwise I think Henderson will not sign a new contract.

loveikan 11-04-2020 05:50 PM

True.
With Henderson in good form, and If OGS wanna sell DDG, it will be a good time to sell him provided RM or rather ZZ wants him

Anyway it is a 1st time in our history to have 3 proven GK capable of being the club no. 1.

Having said so, Romero also deserves credit for not only proven to be a good gk but also a team player too being the no. 2 for so long without complaining.

loveikan 12-04-2020 01:31 PM

So many articles on FB that we are going for a CD and looking to get De Ligt from Juv. Personally find it a bit ridiculous as we already have Tuanzebe, Baily, Maguire, Lindelof, maybe Smalling.

moscowblue 12-04-2020 02:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by loveikan (Post 10026363)
So many articles on FB that we are going for a CD and looking to get De Ligt from Juv. Personally find it a bit ridiculous as we already have Tuanzebe, Baily, Maguire, Lindelof, maybe Smalling.


If Pogba is to go to juve, why not take in de ligt?


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loveikan 12-04-2020 05:23 PM

Wiser to use the money to strengthen other areas.

Furthermore, Juv needed De Ligt more than us as their CB is near to retirement so will not let him go

moscowblue 12-04-2020 05:41 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by loveikan (Post 10026367)
Wiser to use the money to strengthen other areas.

Furthermore, Juv needed De Ligt more than us as their CB is near to retirement so will not let him go


De ligt is anytime better than lindelof


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loveikan 12-04-2020 06:17 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by moscowblue (Post 10026368)
De ligt is anytime better than lindelof


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Not just a player is good or not.
Other factors like whether he wants to play for us or timing.
RVP had rejected us and joined Gunners but finally he came to OT to help us win the title no. 20.

Maybe let De Ligt hones his skills while at Juv of course if he get the chance to play. Now he is always on the bench.
When he is ready to leave, perhap we might have a chance then.

jwhtan 13-04-2020 03:04 PM

I think Ed Woodward must now be boasting about how he has brought in sponsorships and being thrifty in the transfer market
The whole finances for all the premier league clubs and for that matter, everybody else is going to be very different

If this drags on and the season doesn't restart, some clubs may be out of business by the end of this year.
Your Crystal Palace, Burnley, Norwich etc clubs that are not bankrolled by some billionaire will be forced to sell their best players just to break even.

Even Real Madrid needs to have their players take a 20% paycut

I dun believe in 200M pounds for Kane. Not going to happen anymore.
Nobody can afford those figures anymore. The television people have no revenue. They won't pay for games not played.
May even ask for refunds on contracts not fulfilled.

I dunno about United's finances but I believe we are stable and can survive. However, we won't be able to pay those kind of salaries anymore.
What we can afford is to tell Raiola to take his players, including De Ligt elsewhere, to where they can afford his agent fees.
Ban and ostracise that idiot. Dun have anything to do with any of the players he represent and very soon, all those players will sack him

loveikan 13-05-2020 03:55 PM

Til date still no news on the DOF.
Is Van Der Sar a good candidate?

But most probably KIV liao.

jwhtan 22-05-2020 12:31 PM

Manchester United are facing one of the most challenging periods in the club's history because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Speaking as the club's third-quarter financial results revealed debt increased 42.2%, Ed Woodward laid bare the impact at Old Trafford.
The immediate cost of the COVID-19 outbreak is likely to be around £23m.

"It is undoubtedly one of the most extraordinary and testing periods in the 142-year history of Manchester United," Woodward told investors on Thursday.
"This club is built on resilience in the face of adversity and those qualities are being proven once again now.
"We remain firmly optimistic about the long-term prospects for the club and for our exciting, young team."

Woodward has suggested the Premier League could return in June with the European competitions, including the Europa League, being concluded in August.
That timetable would delay the start of the 2020-21 season but Woodward still predicted the idea was to end the next campaign in May as originally planned.
The club revealed they do not expect to embark on a traditional summer tour while also planning to repay broadcasters £20m
"following delay and broadcast schedule changes to the 2019-20 season."

"[The coronavirus] has caused significant disruption to our operations, including the postponement of all matches since mid-March
and the temporary closure of our retail, catering and visitor facilities at Old Trafford," Woodward said.
"We are encouraged by the return of the German Bundesliga, which was the first major European league to restart last weekend,
with the successful completion of nine matches, all played behind closed doors.
"As in Germany and elsewhere, it is now inevitable that our matches will initially be played behind closed doors when the season resumes.
"[These results] reflect a partial impact that the pandemic has on the club, while the greater impact will be in the current quarter and likely beyond.

"There are still profound challenges ahead, and for football as a whole, it is safe to say it will not be 'business as usual' for some time.
"Our club is built on a solid foundation. The repercussions of the pandemic are now being felt widely across the football community,
not just by clubs but also by players, supporters, broadcasters, sponsors and many other stakeholders.
"We must recognise that this crisis will not disappear overnight and that the world which emerges will be different from how it was before.
That will create challenges for football, like many other industries."

jwhtan 22-05-2020 12:42 PM

Dun put too high hopes on transfers to strengthen the team.
Basically that's what he is saying.
He'll probably try to low ball whichever club whose players we are interested in

jwhtan 03-06-2020 06:41 PM

Season Restarting
 
17 June
Man City vs Arsenal
Aston Villa vs Sheffield United


Can't wait for the games to start even though it'll mean those across the divide wins the title. Anyway, they deserve it.
Hv been fun watching how they fear the season getting null and void :p

lenghan 03-06-2020 06:54 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jwhtan (Post 10026451)
Dun put too high hopes on transfers to strengthen the team.
Basically that's what he is saying.
He'll probably try to low ball whichever club whose players we are interested in

Long given up on this issue of who is joining us.
If we were to even believe those rubbish reports, we would have more than 20 players joining us!!!!
Will only believe when they sign on the dotted lines, all others being rumours

moscowblue 03-06-2020 08:38 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by lenghan (Post 10026476)
Long given up on this issue of who is joining us.
If we were to even believe those rubbish reports, we would have more than 20 players joining us!!!!
Will only believe when they sign on the dotted lines, all others being rumours

Just hope that the Pogba and Bruno connection can worked until end of the season and then see who is coming in.

jwhtan 05-06-2020 04:58 PM

https://www.football365.com/news/tot...friday-evening


Our first game upon restarting will be on 19 June 8pm UK time
which is i think 3am Sg time Saturday morning


Away to Spurs

KeeHuat 06-06-2020 03:02 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jwhtan (Post 10026479)
https://www.football365.com/news/tot...friday-evening


Our first game upon restarting will be on 19 June 8pm UK time
which is i think 3am Sg time Saturday morning


Away to Spurs

All UK dates and time

FRIDAY 19TH JUNE Tottenham Hotspur 20:15 Manchester United

WEDNESDAY 24TH JUNE Manchester United 18:00 Sheffield United

TUESDAY 30TH JUNE Brighton & Hove Albion 20:15 Manchester United

KeeHuat 08-06-2020 12:02 AM

Provisional fixture list for remaining six Premier League fixtures (UK dates/time)

Sat July 4 - Bournemouth (H), 3pm
Wed July 8 - Aston Villa (A), 8pm
Sat July 11 - Southampton (H), 3pm
Wed July 15 - Crystal Palace (A), 8pm
Sat July 18 - West Ham (H), 3pm*
Sun July 26 - Leicester (A), 3pm

* - If United reach the FA Cup semi-finals, that game would take place on the weekend of July 17-18.

moscowblue 09-06-2020 12:37 AM

can't wait for the day to see Pogba and Bruno on the same pitch.

Today news United goes for Fati...

KeeHuat 18-06-2020 03:40 AM

UEFA UNVEILS PLAN FOR THE EUROPA LEAGUE

UEFA today released a statement, detailing how it intends to complete the 2019/20 Europa League season.

The organisation's president, Aleksander Ceferin, also praised Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford, for his recent charity work.

“Footballers are leading some of today's most important international debates. We saw Marcus Rashford change policy to stop children from suffering from hunger. Football really can be an important vehicle for good,” the Slovenian said in a press conference held in Nyon, Switzerland.

“Quarter-finals, semi-finals and the final will be played as a final eight straight knock-out tournament in Cologne, Duisburg, Düsseldorf and Gelsenkirchen between 10 and 21 August.

“The Round of 16 matches will be played on 05/06 August with kick-off times of 18.55 CET and 21.00 CET. A decision will be made in due course on whether the Round of 16 matches for which the first leg has already been played will be staged at the home team’s venue or in Germany.

“The matches FC Internazionale Milano v Getafe CF and Sevilla FC v AS Roma, whose first leg was also postponed, will be played as a single leg at a venue to be confirmed.

“All subsequent matches in the competition will be played as a final eight tournament, with quarter-finals on 10/11 August, semi-finals on 16/17 August and the final in Cologne on 21 August, all kicking-off at 21:00 CET.

“The draws for the 2019/20 UEFA Europa League quarter-finals and semi-finals will take place on 10 July 2020 at UEFA’s headquarters in Nyon and the exact match schedule will be communicated following such draw.

“Gdansk, which was originally appointed to stage the 2020 final will now host the 2021 UEFA Europa League Final, whereas the venues for subsequent finals have all agreed to host these a year later than originally planned, with Sevilla in 2022 and Budapest in 2023.

“Teams will be allowed to register three new players on their List A for the remainder of the 2019/20 season, provided such players were already registered and eligible for the club since the last registration deadline (3 February 2020 for UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League; 18 March 2020 for the UEFA Women’s Champions League). List A will still only be able to contain a maximum of 25 players. It will not be possible for clubs to register newly-transferred players.

“Five substitutions will be allowed in all the remaining matches in season 2019/20, in accordance with the temporary change to the Laws of the Game, whereas the number of substitutions for season 2020/21 will remain at three.”

https://www.manutd.com/en/news/detai...r-competitions

moscowblue 19-06-2020 12:36 AM

One more night to go.

watched the live game last night, the pace like very very slow:eek:

KeeHuat 19-06-2020 04:34 PM

After having such a long break and before we can re-start, Sickman and Calamity Jones is out again before a ball is kicked.

Injuries to defensive duo Axel Tuanzebe and Phil Jones for the trip to face Tottenham on Friday night means United have been left with only three out-and-out senior options in central defence

KeeHuat 20-06-2020 03:29 AM

Manchester United XI: De Gea, Wan-Bissaka, Lindelof, Maguire (c), Shaw, McTominay, Fred, B. Fernandes, James, Martial, Rashford

Subs: S. Romero, Bailly, Williams, Mata, Matic, Pogba, Lingard, Greenwood, Ighalo

lenghan 20-06-2020 04:34 AM

First 15mins no attempts on goal by our team

lenghan 20-06-2020 04:45 AM

Poor goal to concede
DDG should have done better to save it

lenghan 20-06-2020 04:53 AM

For 35mins AM almost non existent


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