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  2. They aren’t anywhere near ready to manage a club of this size.
  3. It's still there. Already made replacement for next season. I'd dread ZZ, as it would show that we've learnt nothing. I'm not sure I'd want them to takeover midway through a messy season - it won't give us an accurate depiction of what they're capable of, and the ugliness of it all could be pinned on to them in some way. A DoF, with these two for 2019/20 could be the first steps of getting this club in the right direction again.
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  5. sam10ness

    Paul Pogba 2018/19

    I doubt his agent does this on his own accord. I don't think he asks Pogba to sign off on the tweet or anything but if Pogba was really content we wouldn't hear these things from Raiola this week and from Pogba last week. Pogba was so poor against Brighton. To hear the attitude post-match comments was very frustrating but at least he's being honest and not afraid to speak up. However, how can it only be the 2nd game of the season and claim his attitude isn't right? This is our problem, we are still believing the team we were under Fergie when we would just be expected to turn up and beat Brighton. Pogba kept saying Brighton were a smaller club than us but we need to stop thinking like that. Clubs might be smaller than us but these teams know what they're doing. They have a game-plan and all these teams know the last three/four seasons that we are only Manchester United in name rather than performance. Also, when you saw Pogba playing for France in the WC and he receives the ball he has runners on at least one wing looking to get behind and stretch. Pogba was poor but he didn't shy away from receiving the ball. The difference between watching him in a France shirt and a United one is astonishing. One, there's no movement in front of him. Two, I don't know how much more raging I can get when I see him failing a cruyff-turn past two opponents or losing the ball for no reason other than wanting to flex some ball control and strength.
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  7. Title of United thread would be: Chequebook Mou finished 6th with the most expensive squad?
  8. http://www.josimar.no/artikler/the-men-behind-manchester-city-the-dark-side/5040/
  9. PVAD

    Tennis

    It's a great era maybe still a debate if the Borg, Mcenroe and Connors era was on a par. Both era's were/are phenomenal in any case and both have strong arguments. Nadal will win US Open.
  10. PVAD

    Romelu Lukaku 2018/19

    Hopefully he does but he is sloppy as f**k quite often. To become a top top striker he needs to work on that part of his game and I'm sure he can pass his tally of last season. He looked a different beast at the World Cup but one could argue when you have Dembele, De Bruyne and Hazard at your disposal makes it that bit easier.
  11. O

    The Jose Mourinho Thread

    The Staircase was repackaged as Netflix Original with additional episodes and content, but it actually came out on French TV years ago. The Jinx is better than it and MAM. She was pushed btw. That cunt definitely did it.
  12. RedDevilDazzy

    FA Premier League 2018/2019

    Sad times.
  13. Jay007

    Paul Pogba 2018/19

    This behaviour, from both Pogba and Raiola, shouldn't be a surprise to anyone . His ego and celebrity status come first, the club always trailing behind. On a different but related note, I'm always uneasy about us signing (or attempting to sign) a number of players represented by the same agent. It's always got the potential to become an issue if relationships turn sour.
  14. hdcantona

    The Jose Mourinho Thread

    13 in fact. I loved that for the trial episodes but the last 3 episodes were 90% filler and it could probably have been done in about 8 episodes total. I don't mind them splitting it like that as I rarely sit and watch anything for 2-3 hours straight now (hardly watch any films barring going to the cinema with friends on occasion) - but they're often spread a bit too thin
  15. aardvarked

    The Jose Mourinho Thread

    I know, I fucking hate the trend of splitting documentaries that should have been a 2-3 hour feature over a full series of episodes. Started with Making a Murderer and now seems to be all over Netflix. 10 episodes about a woman falling down the stairs, Christ. I'd love to see something similar done under Mourinho. Imagine the contrast between the scenes in the dressing rooms alone.
  16. SimplyGiggs

    Boxing

    Ortiz hits like a truck though. A performance enhanced truck. Fury can hurt him. He's likely to have a 15-20kg weight advantage and I can see Wilder being more open to combat Fury's size. That said, there's no doubt his likeliest route to victory is to just completely outbox him. This fight is probably a mix of Fury not giving a fuck and Frank Warren trying to get under Eddie Hearn's nose. Regardless of results I don't think Fury ever struggles to get paid in a fight. The guy has a vendetta, or can at least manufacture one, against pretty much any top heavyweight in the world.
  17. Lewis Hamilton wins the World Title and that caps it off.
  18. MikeM

    The Jose Mourinho Thread

    I enjoyed "Working with Wolves" on Sky last year. Nuno Espirito Santo seems like a top bloke.
  19. hdcantona

    The Jose Mourinho Thread

    it's split into episodes, all the All or Nothing series are. I just watched the 45 min opener
  20. Just highlight what has been wrong is that the three of four players most wanted out during last years of Fergie are the only players left in the squad that played under Ferguson..
  21. aardvarked

    The Jose Mourinho Thread

    Fucking 7 hours long wtf
  22. Juanderful

    The Jose Mourinho Thread

    It's actually a very well made documentary. I enjoyed it. I can't help but enjoy all football docs that go behind the scenes like that. QPR and the 4 year plan was great. There are a few Pool ones too I think. I couldn't watch the last episode though. Basically, skip ep 8, watch episode 7 (when they had that murder run in the CL and losing to us) The Juve one was a bit boring though, tbh
  23. What’s there to discuss? I get more depressed by the thread. I’ll have it up later. Fellaini, McTominay and Smalling IN.
  24. hdcantona

    The Jose Mourinho Thread

    I love the American Football ones they do and I enjoyed the Juve doc on Netflix so I thought it'd be a good watch. IDK if I can finish this though. Obviously I don't KNOW exactly how much of this sort of thing goes on at our club in terms of how it's run, but I know it isn't nearly enough
  25. TFIA

    The Jose Mourinho Thread

    Why would any United fan watch that?
  26. TFIA

    PL Matchday 2: Brighton vs Man Utd

    Start the Spurs thread ffs
  27. hdcantona

    The Jose Mourinho Thread

    Watching the "All or Nothing" doc about City and it's soul crushing tbh the contrast
  28. TFIA

    Boxing

    I expect Fury to clown Wilder for most of the fight but I can see him getting KO’d too – Wilder’s power is too much and he finds a way through. He leaves himself seriously open though and while Fury doesn’t blow people away he can still hurt them – He beat the ever living fuck out of Chisora. Fury’s stamina was a strength previously but not sure how it will hold up these days. It’s a big gamble for Fury – I wonder how much of that is down to him trying to get paid now while he’s capable – He could be one injury/setback away from the abyss.
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