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Author:  Andrew (Scum V) [ Sat Mar 18, 2017 1:13 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Manchester United The Rumbelows Cup winners 2017

Prys#1 wrote:
Was never a second yellow. Is every foul a yellow card these days?

Michael Oliver is an awful referee, one of the worst and hopefully he follows clattenberg to the Far East. This was obviously because they couldn't give Rojo a retrospective ban for his alleged stamp. Perhaps Chelsea should be fined for not controlling Diego Costa for the umpteenth time, his play acting is embarrassing to say the least

Still was for the best that we got eliminated as it's the least of our priorities and the fixture pile up and lack of help from the fa over fixtures is killing us at the moment

Saying all that Chelsea aren't any great shakes tbh, before the red they were second best and struggled to score a second against a side who were down to ten men (for over an hour) and were out on there feet after playing in Russia in awful conditions a few days before (and without key players and any fully fit strikers)

Also not sure what this has to do with United winning the league cup...

Why should you get help from the FA over fixture pile up? That's what happens when you have successful runs in Cup competitions! It happened to us last year. Stop listening to your manager and listen to your former captain instead!

Author:  Prys#1 [ Sat Mar 18, 2017 8:53 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Manchester United The Rumbelows Cup winners 2017

Andrew (Scum V) wrote:
Prys#1 wrote:
Was never a second yellow. Is every foul a yellow card these days?

Michael Oliver is an awful referee, one of the worst and hopefully he follows clattenberg to the Far East. This was obviously because they couldn't give Rojo a retrospective ban for his alleged stamp. Perhaps Chelsea should be fined for not controlling Diego Costa for the umpteenth time, his play acting is embarrassing to say the least

Still was for the best that we got eliminated as it's the least of our priorities and the fixture pile up and lack of help from the fa over fixtures is killing us at the moment

Saying all that Chelsea aren't any great shakes tbh, before the red they were second best and struggled to score a second against a side who were down to ten men (for over an hour) and were out on there feet after playing in Russia in awful conditions a few days before (and without key players and any fully fit strikers)

Also not sure what this has to do with United winning the league cup...

Why should you get help from the FA over fixture pile up? That's what happens when you have successful runs in Cup competitions! It happened to us last year. Stop listening to your manager and listen to your former captain instead!


I do kind of agree with what you're saying, although I'd say playing in Russia on the Thursday then a cup tie on the Monday, then again on the Thursday and then the 12pm kick off on the Sunday is a little ridiculous. Iirc the fa rearranged a load of fixtures for Man City because of fixture pile up a few years ago

Keane is a tit with an agenda and has been since he was booted out of the club.

Author:  Prys#1 [ Sat Mar 18, 2017 8:59 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Manchester United The Rumbelows Cup winners 2017

Anyway...

United have moved from 6th position today for the first time in a very, very long time 8)

Author:  Prys#1 [ Sun Mar 19, 2017 5:35 pm ]
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There's me taking piss because Everton had pushed us down to 7th and United actually won today to jump to 5th :D

Author:  Bouch [ Mon Mar 20, 2017 9:29 am ]
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Mr Mourinho's Mob did well, hardly anybody got kicked.

SUN, 19 Mar 2017 - Premier League

Middlesbrough 1 - 3 Manchester United

Gestede (77'minutes) - Fellaini (30'minutes), Lingard (62'minutes), A Valencia (90'+3minutes)


As the BBC said -
Quote:
Gestede's impact on the game included a clash with United defender Eric Bailly which prompted a mass confrontation between the two sides, while the ill-feeling appeared to continue as the players headed for the tunnel after full-time.

Tut, Tut.

1. Chelsea 28 - 69 points

2. Spurs 28 - 59 pts
3. Man City - 57 pts
4. Liverpool 29 - 56 pts
5. Man Utd 27 - 52 pts

Author:  Prys#1 [ Mon Mar 20, 2017 11:16 am ]
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:D

Author:  Bouch [ Mon Mar 20, 2017 1:15 pm ]
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I enjoyed it as well.

Arsenal at 6th ...

:D

Author:  Bouch [ Thu Apr 20, 2017 9:06 pm ]
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Storming game at Old Trafford.

United took the lead and forced the Anderlecht goalie to save after save. Rashford is looking top class.

Two great saves and then the possession started to swing towards Anderlecht who look very good with their intricate passing game.

A bit of confusion in the United defence and Anderlecht's numbers in the penalty area saw United conceding a goal that they might have cleared twice.

1-1 at half time and Mourinho has a headache now as the Anderlecht forwards are getting good service from their midfield.

Pogba looks good at times for United but he can't do it all one his own.

Author:  Prys#1 [ Sat Apr 22, 2017 9:00 am ]
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The win came at a cost with Rojo and Ibrahimovic both out for the season after ACL injuries. Ibra more than likely played his last game for the club, sad way for a great player to go out

As for the game United were on top and dominated but, story of the season struggled to convert the numerous chances they created

Celta Vigo in the semis now.....if we have enough players to field a full side of course.

Author:  Bouch [ Sat Apr 22, 2017 7:31 pm ]
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Prys#1 wrote:
The win came at a cost with Rojo and Ibrahimovic both out for the season after ACL injuries. Ibra more than likely played his last game for the club, sad way for a great player to go out

As for the game United were on top and dominated but, story of the season struggled to convert the numerous chances they created

Celta Vigo in the semis now.....if we have enough players to field a full side of course.


A bit of luck in the next couple of games and you'll be in the top 4, Prys.

Nice one.

:clap:

Author:  Prys#1 [ Sat Apr 22, 2017 7:38 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Manchester United The Rumbelows Cup winners 2017

Top four is gone for United Bouch....looooooooong gone

When Liverpool were dropping point all over the place that was Uniteds chance to capitalise but we'd then draw against mediocre side after missing a bucket load of chances week after week

I think where we are is a fair reflection of this current United squad so no complaints from me tbf. A cup and a Europa semi through playing some good stuff is ok with me for Mou's first season

Need to push on a little next season though.

Author:  Bouch [ Sat Apr 22, 2017 7:45 pm ]
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You've given up on the top 4?

Hmmm.


5. - Manchester United - 31 played 16 wins 12 draws 3 lost - 60 points.

Keep the faith, Prys mate.

Author:  Prys#1 [ Sat Apr 22, 2017 8:16 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Manchester United The Rumbelows Cup winners 2017

It's done bouch

Uniteds run in is difficult, especially now with the latest injuries. Ibrahimovic, Mata and Rojo arguably our best players this season all out and we're also down to two fit centre halves

We had our chance but weren't good enough and 5th/6th is a fair reflection of where we are at the moment.

Author:  Andrew (Scum V) [ Tue Apr 25, 2017 11:22 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Manchester United The Rumbelows Cup winners 2017

Prys#1 wrote:
It's done bouch

Uniteds run in is difficult, especially now with the latest injuries. Ibrahimovic, Mata and Rojo arguably our best players this season all out and we're also down to two fit centre halves

We had our chance but weren't good enough and 5th/6th is a fair reflection of where we are at the moment.

You should get 4th, particularly if you win the derby

Author:  Prys#1 [ Thu Apr 27, 2017 11:05 am ]
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Andrew (Scum V) wrote:
Prys#1 wrote:
It's done bouch

Uniteds run in is difficult, especially now with the latest injuries. Ibrahimovic, Mata and Rojo arguably our best players this season all out and we're also down to two fit centre halves

We had our chance but weren't good enough and 5th/6th is a fair reflection of where we are at the moment.

You should get 4th, particularly if you win the derby

Which is a HUGE if in it self

No Ibrahimovic, Mata, Rojo, Pogba, Smalling and Jones, all but Pogba out for the season too

City, Arsenal, Spurs and Southampton all away from home

Fourth has long gone.

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