Munroe

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Munroe last won the day on September 22 2017

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  1. Munroe

    Non United Transfers 2018

    He's been a good player for most of his time in the PL, last season was really the only one where he played below his usual standard. It's a smart bit of business for Atletico.
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    New away kit 2019/20

    I like it, wouldn't pay full price though.
  3. Munroe

    Paul Pogba

    No he bloody well doesn't. He has two years left on his contract, and the club has the option to trigger a 1-year extension, we have all the leverage. If he stays then I don't see the point in letting him rot in the reserves, but let's say the club decides to do that, would Juve, Madrid etc. still be interested in 3 years time? Would he make France's squads for the next Euros and World Cup if he hasn't been playing regularly for United? I doubt it. If leaving is so important to him then he needs to get Mino to convince these clubs to meet our demands ASAP. People talk about Madrid spending almost £300m this summer (£272m to be precise), but Zizou was apparently promised a budget of £430m so they still have enough to meet Pogba's valuation. Not to mention they've already made £100m by selling Kovacic, Llorente, Hernandez and Raul de Tomas; and there's the likes of James, Bale, Isco and possibly even Marcelo who could be sold too. They have the money, and so do Juventus.
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    Romelu Lukaku 2018/19

    I'm open to selling him, but I don't see why we should help Inter out with an initial loan deal and installments. When we wanted Perisic they wouldn't budge on their asking price, so we shouldn't lower ours. I'd ask for £40m now, £30m next summer plus a £10m bonus if he wins Serie A and a UEFA competition with them. The only way I'd accept this loan offer is if they sent us Icardi on loan with an option to buy.
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    Paul Pogba

    Some people are so blinded by their irrational hatred of this guy it's laughable. To say we won't miss him when he is by far our most creative player is nonsense. Our midfield already needs improving, if we've got to replace Pogba too then we better bring in his replacement first before we even think about accepting bids for him.
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    Champions League 18/19

    Origi is the only Pool player who deserves his medal. Scousers will be sniffing their farts for the next year and won't shut up about being champions of Europe, but the fact is they've won it in the most cowardly & boring way possible. Parking the bus from literally the second minute, absolutely pathetic. I used to like Skomina but he can get fucked after that awful decision.
  7. AFC Bournemouth In - Lloyd Kelly from Bristol City, £13m. Out - Marc Pugh, released. Mikael Ndojli to Gillingham, loan. Arsenal In - Out - Petr Cech, retired. Danny Welbeck and Stephan Lichsteiner, released. Aaron Ramsey to Juventus, free. Aston Villa In - Jota from Birmingham City, undisclosed. Kortney Hause from Wolves, £3m. Anwar El Ghazi from Lille, £8m. Wesley from Club Brugge, £22m. Out - Harvey Knibbs to Cambridge, free. Mile Jedinak, Alan Hutton, Albert Adomah, Tommy Elphick, Glenn Whelan, Mark Bunn, Micah Richards, Ross McCormack and Ritchie De Laet, released. Gary Gardner to Birmingham City, undisclosed. Brighton & Hove Albion In - Matt Clarke from Portsmouth, £4m. Leandro Trossard from Genk, £15m. Out - Bruno, retired. Richie Towell to Salford, free. Alexis MacAllister to Boca Juniors, loan. Will Collar to Hamilton Academical, undisclosed. Burnley In - Out - Jon Walters, retired. Anders Lindegaard, Peter Crouch, Mark Howarth and Stephen Ward, released. Chelsea In - Christian Pulisic from Borussia Dortmund, £58m. Out - Eden Hazard to Real Madrid, £88m. Ola Aina to Torino, £10m. Jay Dasilva to Bristol City, undisclosed. Rob Green, retired. Gary Cahill and Todd Kane, released. Fankaty Dabo to Coventry, free. Nathan Baxter to Ross County, loan. Richard Nartey to Burton Albion, loan. Crystal Palace In - Out - Aaron Wan-Bissaka to United, £45m. Levi Lumeka to Varzim, undisclosed. Jason Puncheon, Bakary Sako and Julian Speroni, released. Everton In - Jonas Lossl from Huddersfield, free. Andre Gomes from Barcelona, £22m. Out - Nikola Vlasic to CSKA Moscow, £14m. Jonjoe Kenny to Schalke, loan. Phil Jagielka and Ashley Williams, released. Leicester City In - James Justin from Luton Town, undisclosed. Out - Danny Simpson and Shinji Okazaki, released. Liverpool In - Sepp van den Berg from PEC Zwolle, £1.3m. Out - Alberto Moreno, Daniel Sturridge, Adam Bogdan and Connor Randall, released. Sheyi Ojo to Rangers, loan. Rafael Camacho to Sporting CP, undisclosed. Manchester City In - Out - Vincent Kompany to Anderlecht, free. Patrick Roberts to Norwich, loan. Manchester United In - Aaron Wan-Bissaka from Crystal Palace, £45m. Daniel James from Swansea, £15m. Dillon Hoogewerf from Ajax, undisclosed. Out - Ander Herrera, Matthew Olosunde, James Wilson and Regan Poole, released. Matty Willock to Gillingham, free. Antonio Valencia to LDU Quito, free. Newcastle United In - Out - Mohamed Diame, Cal Roberts, Josef Yarney and Tyrique Bartlett, released. Norwich City In - Patrick Roberts from City, loan. Archie Mair from Aberdeen, undisclosed. Daniel Adshead from Rochdale, undisclosed. Josip Drmic from Gladbach, free. Out - Carlton Morris to Rotherham United, loan. Ivo Pinto to Dinamo Zagreb, free. Mason Broomfield to Crawley, loan. Marcel Franke to Hannover 96, undisclosed. Sheffield United In - Out - Paul Coutts, Martin Crainie, Conor Washington, Daniel Lafferty and Caolan Lavery, released. Southampton In - Moussa Djenepo from Standard Liege, £14m. Out - Steven Davis to Rangers, free. Tottenham Hotspur In - Out - Connor Ogilvie to Gillingham, undisclosed. Michel Vorm, released. Watford In - Out - Obbi Oulare to Standard Liege, £3m. Miguel Britos and Tommie Hoban, released. Jerome Sinclair to Venlo, loan. West Ham In - Roberto from Espanyol, free. David Martin from Millwall, free. Pablo Fornals from Villareal, £24m. Out - Adrian, Andy Carroll and Samir Nasri, Toni Martinez, Moses Makasi, Noha Sylvestre and Vashon Neufville, released. Lucas Perez to Alaves, £2m. Josh Pask to Coventry, free. Edimilson Fernandes to Mainz, undisclosed. Nathan Trott to AFC Wimbledon, loan. Martin Samuelsen to FK Haugesund, loan. Wolverhampton Wanderers In - Raul Jimenez from Benfica, £30m. Hong from Yeovil Town, undisclosed. Raphael Nya from PSG, undisclosed. Out - Kevin Berkoe to Oxford, free. Ethan Ebanks-Landell to Shrewsbury, undisclosed. Christian Herc to Viktoria Plzen, loan. Kortney Hause to Villa, £3m.
  8. Munroe

    What TV Show are you watching?

    Chernobyl has been quality so far.
  9. Munroe

    MMA

    Brutal slam. I was relieved to see Rose back on her feet and walking after that. Happy for Andrade though. Cannonier not taking any shit from the crowd was the other highlight of the night.
  10. Munroe

    Ole Sack Watch

    Way too early for this. Let him get rid of the players he doesn't rate and bring in some new blood at least.
  11. Munroe

    Daniel James

    He's rapid, direct, looks like he has decent end product and can play RW...worth a punt.
  12. Munroe

    Champions League 18/19

    Obviously I hate Pool, but even putting that aside I still think Tottenham winning the tournament would be a fitting end to one of the greatest CL campaigns ever. It's their first final, they didn't spend any money in the transfer window and everyone always takes the piss out of them for their lack of success, so I really hope they win. Imagine the bragging rights they'll have over the Gooners as well, winning the trophy before Arsenal have despite not appearing in the competition as often.
  13. Munroe

    Champions League 18/19

    Now that's a comeback. 2-0 down and end up winning it in the last minute of stoppage time (or at least what should've been the last minute). In hindsight, we really should've paid that £35m for Moura all those years ago.
  14. Munroe

    Champions League 18/19

    FC Barcelona, I hate you 3000.
  15. Munroe

    PL Matchday 36: Man Utd vs Chelsea

    It will be an ugly performance, but we will get the job done. 2-1 win.