Manchester United - Theatre of Dreams - Part 33

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he worse than JM ????
Honestly, if going by those fake news that JM is dropping so-and-so to prove to fans certain points, he is no better than the clueless one.

Our squad isn't that poor to be in this position. Most are under-performing. Poor tactics? Poor motivational skills from manager? Players can't be bothered? I seriously don't know what is wrong.

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Conte has experience in handling misfiring strikers though
 

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Another complain king. :s13:
Can expect some dramas if he is managing Man Utd & he will not get along with a few players.

complain king is one thing but prefer fast attacking minded manager.
 

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I think it's rumours of him going to RM and he's looking at poaching 4 of our players. Just journalism.

Edit: He really thinks United would offer him the position? Goodness.
 

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I think it's rumours of him going to RM and he's looking at poaching 4 of our players. Just journalism.

Edit: He really thinks United would offer him the position? Goodness.



1) de gea
2) Anthony Martial ?
3) herrera ?
4) ????
 

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PSG want to ferry Manchester United striker Alexis Sanchez to Paris.

The Sun says he is wanted by Paris Saint-Germain in a shock swoop next summer.

The winger, 29, was eyed by the Ligue 1 champions last year, but he decided to join the Red Devils from Arsenal instead.

He has struggled since his Old Trafford arrival though, and has been dropped by United boss Jose Mourinho on a number of occasions.

The Chilean ace earns a staggering £505,000-a-week, and is by far the highest paid earner in the Manchester United squad.

And PSG would be willing to take Sanchez off their hands as long as they can land him on the cheap or even on a possible free transfer.

It is understood the idea of getting him off there books has been talked about by the United hierarchy.
 

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PSG want to ferry Manchester United striker Alexis Sanchez to Paris.

The Sun says he is wanted by Paris Saint-Germain in a shock swoop next summer.

The winger, 29, was eyed by the Ligue 1 champions last year, but he decided to join the Red Devils from Arsenal instead.

He has struggled since his Old Trafford arrival though, and has been dropped by United boss Jose Mourinho on a number of occasions.

The Chilean ace earns a staggering £505,000-a-week, and is by far the highest paid earner in the Manchester United squad.

And PSG would be willing to take Sanchez off their hands as long as they can land him on the cheap or even on a possible free transfer.

It is understood the idea of getting him off there books has been talked about by the United hierarchy.

most overpaid player of all time.

half a million pound per week for this kind of performance ???

easy money..
 

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is actually pogba, sanchez, lukaku and herrera

realistically.. pogba will be sold at a loss should he leave..

sanchez will have to take a massive paycut should he leave..

Madrid still want char siew ?
 

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PSG want to ferry Manchester United striker Alexis Sanchez to Paris.

The Sun says he is wanted by Paris Saint-Germain in a shock swoop next summer.

The winger, 29, was eyed by the Ligue 1 champions last year, but he decided to join the Red Devils from Arsenal instead.

He has struggled since his Old Trafford arrival though, and has been dropped by United boss Jose Mourinho on a number of occasions.

The Chilean ace earns a staggering £505,000-a-week, and is by far the highest paid earner in the Manchester United squad.

And PSG would be willing to take Sanchez off their hands as long as they can land him on the cheap or even on a possible free transfer.

It is understood the idea of getting him off there books has been talked about by the United hierarchy.

most overpaid player of all time.

half a million pound per week for this kind of performance ???

easy money..

quickly sell, waste of money
 

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good lor. can free up wages. if he does well when he is there like ADM, den good for him.

doesn't matter if its Jose that dun know how to make him tick. as long as board does not sack Jose, Sanchez should be fitting into Jose's style. since he can't den better to help the club free up the wages.

PSG want to ferry Manchester United striker Alexis Sanchez to Paris.

The Sun says he is wanted by Paris Saint-Germain in a shock swoop next summer.

The winger, 29, was eyed by the Ligue 1 champions last year, but he decided to join the Red Devils from Arsenal instead.

He has struggled since his Old Trafford arrival though, and has been dropped by United boss Jose Mourinho on a number of occasions.

The Chilean ace earns a staggering £505,000-a-week, and is by far the highest paid earner in the Manchester United squad.

And PSG would be willing to take Sanchez off their hands as long as they can land him on the cheap or even on a possible free transfer.

It is understood the idea of getting him off there books has been talked about by the United hierarchy.
 
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