Manchester United - Theatre of Dreams - Part 36

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fat_boyz

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Seriously... I feel our medical team at Man Utd got serious problem...really incompetent.

Lukaku had a malfunctioning digestive system last season, which was unknown to him and Manchester United, and thus he was having issues with his weight and fitness. Inter Milan quickly rectified this helping him lose half a stone (3kg/7lbs) in 12 days.
Source: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/football/2020/02/10/romelu-lukaku-re-emerged-one-europes-dangerous-forwards-says/

For years somehow our team so many injuries and illness... :s22:
 

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Italy's medical people so satki?

They even sort out David Beckham's problems through his teeth. :eek:

there's this story of how when David Beckham went to AC Milan he was having issues with certain injuries for a long time and there was no way to rectify it. AC Milan doctors quickly analyzed that due to a small gap in his teeth that was affecting his balance and thus his fitness so they sorted him out

However, AC Milan's attention to detail was most underlined by the requirement that Beckham should wear a small support in his mouth until some dental work was completed to fill a tiny gap in a tooth. It was felt that this could be affecting his balance and his fitness. In the past, Milan had healed a back injury to Clarence Seedorf by fixing a similar dental problem.
Source: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/football/teams/england/5486760/England-v-Andorra-David-Beckham-can-thank-Milanello-training-regime-for-return-to-fold.html
 

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"We can do things other clubs can only dream of"
"Watch this space"

All said by Mr Ed. :s13:

Like paying over the odds for Slabhead VVD and loaning Igahlo. And giving contracts handouts to idiots like Jones, Young. And giving half a million in wages to a washed out winger. Welcome to Ed's Manchester United
 

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Like paying over the odds for Slabhead VVD and loaning Igahlo. And giving contracts handouts to idiots like Jones, Young. And giving half a million in wages to a washed out winger. Welcome to Ed's Manchester United

can only hope the bank force the glazers to sell utd. this is the only way to get rid of woody.
 

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"Ed Woodward statement read out to recent
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fans forum included: “As a club and a board, we recognise we are not yet where we want to be. As part of the rebuild we see this coming summer as an important opportunity."

Every season tell the same story not sian? :)
 

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the more ******** he spread to the fans the more he need to step down
 

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Solskjær: "Yeah, he [Ighalo] is going to travel with us [to Chelsea]. We will just see his fitness work this week and I think we will get him sharp. We want to integrate him as quickly as we can because, of course, he is desperate to play for us." #mulive [mu]

Bench Ighalo, play Lingardiesta as false 9, play AP15 as LW and Bruno as CDM anyway.

Ole’s tactics
 

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as much as i like Mourinho, he was too toxic for the club in the end ... and had to go
bringing Ole in was the right thing
to galvanise the players and the dressing room unity again
what went wrong was giving Ole the job full time too soon
what were they thinking ? thought someone might steal him from us ?
should’ve waited till the end of the season as planned before committing
WE ALL KNOW WHAT HAPPENED IN THE END ...
and it’s carried on till today !
i’m sorry, Ole has to go

someone says Ole needs big names to turn his and the club’s fortunes
i do not think so
Ole is clueless, and tactically unsound
no big name will stick around to play for and under him
u need not look any further than to Pogba
he’s lost the one player that the club hopes he Ole could talk into staying at United


when mourinho says getting manu second is his greatest achievement, nobody believes him. you look at the seasons after SAF. only Mourinho season can be compared to SAF-led manu.

I didn't expect manu to fall so much since SAF left. it seems like cracks has already appear before SAF left and SAF is the strong glue that stick all together.

if only the board sticks with the manager much longer. now, with ole at the helm, sticking with him just seems wrong since ole is unproven.
 

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the club had a long list of players with contract expiring.
the uncertainty of the manager delays their decision to stay or leave especially because its Ed at the helm, someone whos visions can change drastically

the moment Jose's job security wasn't there, all negotiations had delayed

obviously agents want their client to have the upper hand in any plans to get out should the confirm manager doesn't want their client.
what went wrong was giving Ole the job full time too soon
what were they thinking ? thought someone might steal him from us ?
should’ve waited till the end of the season as planned before committing
 
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