Manchester United - Theatre of Dreams - Part 35

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saw this on Dream Team. Kinda of funny. chill before United trash Arsenal on Tuesday Morning :D
 

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Former Japan international Keisuke Honda has hinted at his desire to play for Manchester United by attempting to contact them on Twitter.

Give me an offer. I don't need money but I need to play with great team and great team mate! @ManUtd @ManUtd_JP




Comrade!
current batch has clowns, he really want it?
 

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United will 'fight to the death' for Ole - De Gea

Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea says he and his teammates will "fight to the death" for struggling boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Pressure is mounting on the Norwegian manager, as United have won twice in the league this season and needed penalties to beat League One side Rochdale in the Carabao Cup on Wednesday.

"The most important thing is that everyone is behind him," De Gea told DAZN when asked about Solskjaer. "We are with him. We will fight to the death for him. He is a good coach, and we will be with him until the end."

Solskjaer replaced the sacked Jose Mourinho on an interim basis in December and picked up 25 points in his first nine Premier League games in charge. He signed a three-year deal to continue at Old Trafford back in March, but fortunes have turned since. De Gea still has confidence Solskjaer is the right man for the job.

"You could see that since the first day he arrived, we won 10 or 12 [eight] straight games," De Gea said. "He took over at a difficult time. He is part of this [United] family, he's been here for many years, and he knows the club well and the people who work here."

This month, De Gea, who joined United in 2011 from Atletico Madrid, signed a contract extension with the Red Devils, thus ending speculation regarding his future.

The Spain international had been linked with a return to La Liga over the summer but put pen to paper on a contract until at least June 2023.

"It is a special club, the biggest in England, and it gives me great pride and pleasure to have been at this club for so many years," De Gea said of United. "I am happy, I've been here for a long time and I'm really happy. It's a wonderful club with extraordinary fans.

"We have had some tough years, but that is why we're here, to try and help. I hope we can achieve big things in the years to come."
 

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Come to think of it, the style of football has been awful since fergie retired. Such a long time it has been
 

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Come to think of it, the style of football has been awful since fergie retired. Such a long time it has been
SAF's team did struggle before. We had barren periods, losing to crap teams when we should have won and things looked bleak. We just chose to remember the good times. So just hang in there and let Ole do his stuff.

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United will 'fight to the death' for Ole - De Gea

Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea says he and his teammates will "fight to the death" for struggling boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Pressure is mounting on the Norwegian manager, as United have won twice in the league this season and needed penalties to beat League One side Rochdale in the Carabao Cup on Wednesday.

"The most important thing is that everyone is behind him," De Gea told DAZN when asked about Solskjaer. "We are with him. We will fight to the death for him. He is a good coach, and we will be with him until the end."

Solskjaer replaced the sacked Jose Mourinho on an interim basis in December and picked up 25 points in his first nine Premier League games in charge. He signed a three-year deal to continue at Old Trafford back in March, but fortunes have turned since. De Gea still has confidence Solskjaer is the right man for the job.

"You could see that since the first day he arrived, we won 10 or 12 [eight] straight games," De Gea said. "He took over at a difficult time. He is part of this [United] family, he's been here for many years, and he knows the club well and the people who work here."

This month, De Gea, who joined United in 2011 from Atletico Madrid, signed a contract extension with the Red Devils, thus ending speculation regarding his future.

The Spain international had been linked with a return to La Liga over the summer but put pen to paper on a contract until at least June 2023.

"It is a special club, the biggest in England, and it gives me great pride and pleasure to have been at this club for so many years," De Gea said of United. "I am happy, I've been here for a long time and I'm really happy. It's a wonderful club with extraordinary fans.

"We have had some tough years, but that is why we're here, to try and help. I hope we can achieve big things in the years to come."

Talk is cheap.... sick of hearing all these already
 

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Come to think of it, the style of football has been awful since fergie retired. Such a long time it has been

But we fans did have memorable moments every season! Like:-
From Moist
asking a Champion team to"United must aspire to City Standards at the moment",
cross-gasm against fulham total of 81crosses

And who can forget the following:-
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2. LVG though he is boring he actually did quite well against big clubs :p
Mike Smalling was born. And who can forget the fall that eventually won United the FA Cup!

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Special one actually was good (Carling Cup and Europa in the first season) but somehow got "betrayed" by his players and Ed. And there goes United best bet for rebuilding.

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And now finally fans are in an Everything is awesome Era! lets hope Ole will rebuild United in next 5years when the youngsters are finally grown and ready to conquer the BPL again! UNITED WAY FTW :s8:
 

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"...But there’s a run of games in October that could finish this manager – six away out of seven, and the other one is against Liverpool."

This will be the crucial period for OGS where he will be judged. If he doesn't turn things around, I don't see how he can stay with us.

That was why I said he could be sacked by Oct. Last week lost to West Ham. If Monday lost to Arsenal will be 2nd consecutive loss (2 losses within 2 weeks). Even if draw it will be 2 points lost. In Oct lose another 1 or 2 more games & will most likely end up around the lower half of the table.
 

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United will 'fight to the death' for Ole - De Gea

Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea says he and his teammates will "fight to the death" for struggling boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Pressure is mounting on the Norwegian manager, as United have won twice in the league this season and needed penalties to beat League One side Rochdale in the Carabao Cup on Wednesday.

"The most important thing is that everyone is behind him," De Gea told DAZN when asked about Solskjaer. "We are with him. We will fight to the death for him. He is a good coach, and we will be with him until the end."

Solskjaer replaced the sacked Jose Mourinho on an interim basis in December and picked up 25 points in his first nine Premier League games in charge. He signed a three-year deal to continue at Old Trafford back in March, but fortunes have turned since. De Gea still has confidence Solskjaer is the right man for the job.

"You could see that since the first day he arrived, we won 10 or 12 [eight] straight games," De Gea said. "He took over at a difficult time. He is part of this [United] family, he's been here for many years, and he knows the club well and the people who work here."

This month, De Gea, who joined United in 2011 from Atletico Madrid, signed a contract extension with the Red Devils, thus ending speculation regarding his future.

The Spain international had been linked with a return to La Liga over the summer but put pen to paper on a contract until at least June 2023.

"It is a special club, the biggest in England, and it gives me great pride and pleasure to have been at this club for so many years," De Gea said of United. "I am happy, I've been here for a long time and I'm really happy. It's a wonderful club with extraordinary fans.

"We have had some tough years, but that is why we're here, to try and help. I hope we can achieve big things in the years to come."

No use talking. Prove it on the field by beating Arsenal on Monday.
 

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FT: #MUWomen 2 Liverpool 0

Goals from @laurenjamess22 and @katiezel secure our first ever win in the @BarclaysFAWSL. #MUWomen
 

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Come to think of it, the style of football has been awful since fergie retired. Such a long time it has been

Need to wait another decade or more before it comes good again
 

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Inter 6 win in a row with Sanchez scoring :s22:
 

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for those who have followed the club ups and downs,

boring and can’t win football era was seen during Dave Sexton.
and was also seen during Ah Moist, Ah Gaal, Ah Jose and Ah Ole.

for fergie’s era, the only forgettable period was when the likes of djemba, klberson? liam miller with carroll as the keeper but with the boring and clueless football, the team didn’t finish out of the top 4.

moral of the story? a club can only do much even many expensive or star players if the manager doesn’t know how to get the best of them.
 

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for those who have followed the club ups and downs,

boring and can’t win football era was seen during Dave Sexton.
and was also seen during Ah Moist, Ah Gaal, Ah Jose and Ah Ole.

for fergie’s era, the only forgettable period was when the likes of djemba, klberson? liam miller with carroll as the keeper but with the boring and clueless football, the team didn’t finish out of the top 4.

moral of the story? a club can only do much even many expensive or star players if the manager doesn’t know how to get the best of them.

got taibi lobang, probably the worst keeper we have.
 
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