Manchester United - Theatre of Dreams - Part 36

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Premier League Set To Restart On June 17th With Two Games

According to The Telegraph, the league will begin again on June 17th with Manchester City vs Arsenal and Aston Villa vs Sheffield United the first two games to be played on that Wednesday.
 

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https://www.footyheadlines.com/2020/03/manchester-united-20-21-kit.html?m=1

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Wow is been sometime before we have a united game. But actually does anyone miss their football? Haha
 

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Glazers regret not selling Man Red to the saudi prince now?

nope, they only want to sell 20% not the whole club. its still their best cash cow. they don't need to fork out any of their own money and yet can earn 4 bil.

anyway the prince went for newcastle liao.
 

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soon the liverpool supporters are going to restart their taunting...:vijayadmin:
 

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soon the liverpool supporters are going to restart their taunting...:vijayadmin:

With current squad, taunting is nothing. Cause with Marsiao, Rashy, Princess, messy, and co being Ole favourite, we can be ready for exciting social media post and winning in many other aspect!
 

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Instagrammer using social media to gain sympathy again :s22:

Man United's Lingard on form struggle last season: 'My mind wasn't there'

Manchester United midfielder Jesse Lingard has said the Premier League return will offer him a "fresh start" after admitting his "mind wasn't there" last season.

Lingard enjoyed a successful 2017-18 campaign capped off with a starring role for England at the World Cup in Russia.

A dip in form, coinciding with issues off the pitch, has resulted in Lingard losing his place in Gareth Southgate's squad and struggling for a place in the United team but he now feels ready to get back to his best.

"My mind wasn't there, I wasn't really pushing myself," Lingard said on Instagram. "It felt like it wasn't me. You feel like when you watch yourself you're like 'that's not Jesse.'

"I know who I am and my family know who I am, I know how I play and, like I say, I didn't really push myself last season.

"For me it's like a fresh start when we restart the season and I wanted to start off flying. I feel good with my fitness and feel good mentally, which is really important.

"Last year, I wasn't really with it. I wasn't really at it last year. A lot of things played a part but now everything is sorted off the pitch. Now I can enjoy football and I can't wait to get back."

Premier League football is set to return on June 17 with United scheduled to play their first game on the weekend of June 19-21.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's team are still chasing a place in the top four and also silverware in the FA Cup and the Europa League.

Lingard, 27, is hopeful of playing a key part in the remaining weeks of the season and said he has set himself personal targets.

"Trophies are the main thing and individual targets like goals and assists," Lingard added. "Last season, for some reason, I didn't set any targets. This season I'm going to have targets, I'm going to have goals that I need to hit, individually and as a team as well.

"I wanted to start fresh and come back with the right mindset and right attitude and that's what I've done.

"I always like to push myself, to work hard, to reach new heights. For me, it was the time to really re-evaluate what I want in life and concentrate on the places I want to get to. It's about working hard and I'm raring to go. I feel like it's another little fresh start. It feels like a mini-season for me."

https://www.espn.com/soccer/manches...form-struggle-last-season-my-mind-wasnt-there
 

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Instagrammer using social media to gain sympathy again :s22:

Man United's Lingard on form struggle last season: 'My mind wasn't there'

Manchester United midfielder Jesse Lingard has said the Premier League return will offer him a "fresh start" after admitting his "mind wasn't there" last season.

Lingard enjoyed a successful 2017-18 campaign capped off with a starring role for England at the World Cup in Russia.

A dip in form, coinciding with issues off the pitch, has resulted in Lingard losing his place in Gareth Southgate's squad and struggling for a place in the United team but he now feels ready to get back to his best.

"My mind wasn't there, I wasn't really pushing myself," Lingard said on Instagram. "It felt like it wasn't me. You feel like when you watch yourself you're like 'that's not Jesse.'

"I know who I am and my family know who I am, I know how I play and, like I say, I didn't really push myself last season.

"For me it's like a fresh start when we restart the season and I wanted to start off flying. I feel good with my fitness and feel good mentally, which is really important.

"Last year, I wasn't really with it. I wasn't really at it last year. A lot of things played a part but now everything is sorted off the pitch. Now I can enjoy football and I can't wait to get back."

Premier League football is set to return on June 17 with United scheduled to play their first game on the weekend of June 19-21.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's team are still chasing a place in the top four and also silverware in the FA Cup and the Europa League.

Lingard, 27, is hopeful of playing a key part in the remaining weeks of the season and said he has set himself personal targets.

"Trophies are the main thing and individual targets like goals and assists," Lingard added. "Last season, for some reason, I didn't set any targets. This season I'm going to have targets, I'm going to have goals that I need to hit, individually and as a team as well.

"I wanted to start fresh and come back with the right mindset and right attitude and that's what I've done.

"I always like to push myself, to work hard, to reach new heights. For me, it was the time to really re-evaluate what I want in life and concentrate on the places I want to get to. It's about working hard and I'm raring to go. I feel like it's another little fresh start. It feels like a mini-season for me."

https://www.espn.com/soccer/manches...form-struggle-last-season-my-mind-wasnt-there

mind wasn't there?

goodness SAF would have shipped someone out within a season if the person's mind wasn't solely on winning trophies with united. even big names like becky and RvN wasn't spared. this clown has been here taking millions per year when his mind wasn't focused on winning trophies with us?
 

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still wanna use his family for issue to gain sympathy.
when he was making the lewd and silly videos, didnt see his family problem there. coping mechanism?

if personal issues affecting performance should take compassion leave. not take millions in pay and play half-heartedly
mind wasn't there?
 
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