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Old 29-10-2019, 08:02 PM   #9346
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"Fred will probably take Paul's position for a while now," Solskjaer said.

"There's no use talking about who's not going to be here for a long, long time because he's not going to come on the pitch and help us until he's fit.

"Paul's been brilliant and he is a creative midfielder that we need, but then it is up to the others to step up."
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Old 29-10-2019, 09:24 PM   #9347
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Che will thrash us 5-0 in the league cup which isn't very important.

And we will probably lose 2-0 to Bournemouth this weekend.
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Old 29-10-2019, 10:50 PM   #9348
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"I won't take this game lightly even if I make changes," Lampard said.

"If players do step out of the line up with a view to the coming weeks, it's about the big picture. I understand how players are but those who start will give everything.

"[The 4-0 defeat to United] feels a million miles away but I'm not disregarding it. They hurt us four times in a game we played particularly well in."
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Manchester United are prepared to take Gareth Bale off Real Madrid hands.

However, the Mirror says they are so worried by Gareth Bale's injury history they will only offer the winger a pay-as-you-play deal.

Fresh reports indicate the Red Devils want to cover their backs if Real Madrid ace Bale wants to sign - having hired a private investigator to earn an insight the Welshman.

A number of injury problems have held Bale back in Spain, most notably to his ankle and calf as he sat out over 50 games in the past three years.

This season has been less painful with a record of two goals and two assists coming from seven outings.

But Zinedine Zidane spent the summer trying to oust the 30-year-old.

United were among the teams touted for a move but Bale's mega 650,000-a-week salary proved a mega hurdle.

That has compelled the Old Trafford outfit to reportedly only consider a pay-as-you-play deal.
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Manchester United chief Ed Woodward is ready to go German in January.

The Mirror says Woodward has given the green light for a 125million double Bundesliga swoop for crack Bayer Leverkusen midfielder Kai Havertz and striker Thomas Muller.

United despatched their top scouts to Germany on Saturday to watch 20-year-old German international Havertz in action against Werder Bremen as well as watching Muller in Bayern Munich's clash with Union Berlin.

Muller has been on United's before radar, notably in 2014 when the club wanted to make him David Moyes' first signing after the end of the Sir Alex Ferguson era.

The German attacker, now 30, is no longer seen as a first choice option by coach Niko Kovac and has started from the bench in five of Bayern's last seven games.
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Che will thrash us 5-0 in the league cup which isn't very important.

And we will probably lose 2-0 to Bournemouth this weekend.
Are you Chelsea or Bournemouth fan??
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Old 30-10-2019, 12:27 AM   #9352
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Manchester United chief Ed Woodward is ready to go German in January.

The Mirror says Woodward has given the green light for a 125million double Bundesliga swoop for crack Bayer Leverkusen midfielder Kai Havertz and striker Thomas Muller.

United despatched their top scouts to Germany on Saturday to watch 20-year-old German international Havertz in action against Werder Bremen as well as watching Muller in Bayern Munich's clash with Union Berlin.

Muller has been on United's before radar, notably in 2014 when the club wanted to make him David Moyes' first signing after the end of the Sir Alex Ferguson era.

The German attacker, now 30, is no longer seen as a first choice option by coach Niko Kovac and has started from the bench in five of Bayern's last seven games.
why buy those not 1st choice options.....
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MUTV live streaming our 2000 goals. At one point, we had RvP, Rooney, Di Maria, Falcao, Mata as front line, who would have thought we failed so badly with these.

Looking at the current team, we have fallen so far behind even when compared to that team.
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Old 30-10-2019, 12:40 AM   #9354
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As advertisement kicks in for cutover, it shows Pogba ad, but I guess even the marketing team doesn't like him, the ad cut after 2 sec and show Mata one instead. hahahaha
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Che will thrash us 5-0 in the league cup which isn't very important.

And we will probably lose 2-0 to Bournemouth this weekend.
Sounds about right

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Neither... just supporting a hopeless team..
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Old 30-10-2019, 06:02 AM   #9356
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Don't you guys realise, whenever win, keep spamming on social media about the win, which players did damn well, show goals from 101 angles.

When lose, keep reminiscing about past glory, which player scored what goal in that match..
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I m a pessimistic man u fan
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Old 30-10-2019, 07:51 AM   #9358
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Napoli believe that Manchester United are at the head of the queue to sign Erling Haaland this January.

The RB Salzburg star has burst onto the scene with his domestic and European performances in the past 18 months.

The 19-year-old has 21 goals in 14 games for his Austrian side, along with six in three Champions League games.

Corriere dello Sportsays Napoli wanted to sign Haaland, but they have removed themselves from the equation.

The Italian giants believe that United are the ones that are showing the strongest interest.

Their head scout, Loris Boni, is quoted as saying that if Solskjaer is still United boss in January, they are the first possible destination for Haaland.

United have made no secret of their desire to sign an attacker in the coming transfer windows.
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Buying Bayern’s thrash again... 🙄 the last time we bought their player, end up jetting his way around the world to watch tennis.

Manchester United chief Ed Woodward is ready to go German in January.

The Mirror says Woodward has given the green light for a 125million double Bundesliga swoop for crack Bayer Leverkusen midfielder Kai Havertz and striker Thomas Muller.

United despatched their top scouts to Germany on Saturday to watch 20-year-old German international Havertz in action against Werder Bremen as well as watching Muller in Bayern Munich's clash with Union Berlin.

Muller has been on United's before radar, notably in 2014 when the club wanted to make him David Moyes' first signing after the end of the Sir Alex Ferguson era.

The German attacker, now 30, is no longer seen as a first choice option by coach Niko Kovac and has started from the bench in five of Bayern's last seven games.
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Old 30-10-2019, 07:56 AM   #9360
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If Jonesy and Lingard playing in the league cup, the game is over before it even started.

Che will thrash us 5-0 in the league cup which isn't very important.

And we will probably lose 2-0 to Bournemouth this weekend.
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