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We need a new goalkeeper a proper VDS or Schmeichel. This buffoon threatened to be like them but he is now prone to absolute 3rd rate keeping mistakes and it's been like this since OGS took over to th

You are welcome but I I have been saying this ever before join this forum in 2014, and on pre-cursor to this forum now al but dead manutdtalk (I had different user name on there) when the prick joined

Your obsession with de Gea is very strange.

3 hours ago, O said:

52.9% pass completion

9 long balls completed (38%) out of 24 attempts.

0 sweeper actions

0 high claims

Very evidently a problem today, we have come a long way re: playing out from the back and playing through presses but this guy is still a liability playing it out, even his completions aren't very received friendly 

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1 hour ago, O said:

He kicks the ball straight to a Palace CB, which leads to the free kick that Olise scores from.

He showed a lot of the goal to Olise. He was very far to one side.

 

I saw a lot of people saying it was an unstoppable free kick but thought it was a lot easier to save than the shot he'd tipped onto the bar earlier in the game

On the plus side we're being linked with the Brighton and Brentford gks for the summer 

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35 minutes ago, hdcantona said:

I saw a lot of people saying it was an unstoppable free kick but thought it was a lot easier to save than the shot he'd tipped onto the bar earlier in the game

On the plus side we're being linked with the Brighton and Brentford gks for the summer 

Bayern just signed Yann Sommer.

We signed Butland on loan...

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12 hours ago, O said:

He kicks the ball straight to a Palace CB, which leads to the free kick that Olise scores from.

He showed a lot of the goal to Olise. He was very far to one side.

 

 

11 hours ago, hdcantona said:

I saw a lot of people saying it was an unstoppable free kick but thought it was a lot easier to save than the shot he'd tipped onto the bar earlier in the game

On the plus side we're being linked with the Brighton and Brentford gks for the summer 

I thought he was too far to his right too, but the attempt to save it also looked a bit odd to me. He just seemed to jump up in the air with a weak arm out - surely if he actually dive with two hands he'd have got to it? 

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On 04/01/2023 at 14:40, rezzy said:

He's gonna sign a new deal for less wages.

@Mickey Mouse this is exciting news right?

Like second Christmas. 🤣

He's gonna finish his career with us with both appearance and clean sheet record for keepers.

Enjoy the trophy drought while it last.

As United is not going to win anything with de gea. 

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He is such a disaster with his reluctance to come off his line and his dreadful ball playing ability (or lack thereof) - he also now consistently gets way too much credit for saves, the nketiah chance was hit right at him and while it was close range any championship level gk would be expected to save that - he also took a step the wrong way before saka's goal as if that shot was ever going anywhere else... 

I'd rather he didn't stay but if the new heavily reduced contract talks ring true I can live with it as long as we still bring in a *real* GK to compete (no more fannying about loaning the various clones of Tom Heaton we seem to be doing) 

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We need a new goalkeeper a proper VDS or Schmeichel. This buffoon threatened to be like them but he is now prone to absolute 3rd rate keeping mistakes and it's been like this since OGS took over to the present time. He has been responsible for proper howlers. His saving grace are and still his super saves some just outrageous.

He and United more importantly can't rely on his super saves. Modern goalkeeping is far more than that. Like @hdcantonasaid his command of the area is bad.. just bordering on the cowardice. Even tonight (Arsenal) he punched a ball that just looped in the air a few minutes before they scored when he should have caught it and everyone else with it. 

His kicking and woeful distribution puts us on the back foot a lot again highlighted tonight. He hasn't had proper competition for 10 years now and is a nailed on starter irrespective of his form which is a pathetic indictment on the club in reality.

United to need to scour the world this summer for a world class keeper instead of signing these past wannabe wasters. De Gea has had his highs but many many lows. He needs to disappear as a back up or move altogether as he his now a liability despite those super saves.

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I feel like ten Hag is stuck in a situation where de Gea has to play (because he simply hasn't got a #2 to challenge his position), but ultimately knows he's not the GK he wants in his team. I honestly believe he's going to address this in the summer.

You know he'll kick up a fuss if he's dropped to the bench next season, if a new 'keeper is brought in. So I'm not even a fan of keeping him here on a reduced wage. I think we're best advice him to look for another club and move forward without him. I can't exactly pinpoint a replacement I'd like us to sign right now, but there has to be better out there. Hard to have faith in United's scouting department for the last while though.

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MEN reported this on that horrific life threatening injury De Gea suffered. 

"In the 86th minute, Nketiah tapped De Gea, who feigned agony. What the cameras did not capture was Bruno Fernandes sprinting into the Arsenal half. If De Gea had the confidence to brush off Nketiah and ping it to Fernandes, he would have been through one-on-one. De Gea played for the draw and that jarred with Ten Hag's mentality"

CUNT!

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