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You lot are amazing. You come on the City thread and sling mud everywhere. The amount of flack we have had to take but give you a bit back and you don't like it. Typical RAG's

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How good is the Maguire, Lindelof pairing....    

Had a scandinavian feel about it this match. Ole is Norwegian  Lindelof Swedish Ericsson Danish Spurs can't Finnish.

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5 hours ago, LeungKen said:

C'mon BJ, I, and most of us real Manchester United supporters realise that Sanchez was a bad buy.

 

We don't need your gloating bare ar*ed blue moon, it is undignified and ungentlemanly.

 

Please, at least be funny if you cannot be clever.

 

Obviously a short memory. The pain I had to put up with from United fans when I was growing up. Amazing how you can't take it nowadays and it's "ungentlemanly". Blimey Ken, get a grip, it's a bit of banter

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1 hour ago, LeungKen said:

No Mr.B.J. is not lame.

 

Far from it.

 

I am an "Old Fella" and been supporting Manchester United since the the early 1950s through good times and bad. B.J. is a good lad and no different in the passion he shares for his club.

 

As an "old timer" I am excused certain eccentricities one of which is to have my own off-beat banter with Mr Bojangles so RickG please don't try to provoke anything. I am more than happy to carry on supporting my team and have my own bit of silly old fun with B.J.

 

Cheers & Go United.

 

1938: Spectators, one holding a football rattle, at the front of ...

OK Ken, rodger that! 

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2 hours ago, LeungKen said:

No Mr.B.J. is not lame.

 

Far from it.

 

I am an "Old Fella" and been supporting Manchester United since the the early 1950s through good times and bad. B.J. is a good lad and no different in the passion he shares for his club.

 

As an "old timer" I am excused certain eccentricities one of which is to have my own off-beat banter with Mr Bojangles so RickG please don't try to provoke anything. I am more than happy to carry on supporting my team and have my own bit of silly old fun with B.J.

 

Cheers & Go United.

 

1938: Spectators, one holding a football rattle, at the front of ...

Do you remember your first game?

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26 minutes ago, LeungKen said:

Yes

Tranmere Rovers v Port Vale

I should have said what was the first game you watched MU? thats what I really meant 

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Interesting to see which team he goes with tonight. Personally I would judge it on the fitness of the individual players and play a stronger team than the last game, but maybe give certain players an extra rest.

 

Still it would be nice to see the Matic - Pogba - Bruno midfield in action again. 

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3 minutes ago, RickG16 said:

Interesting to see which team he goes with tonight. Personally I would judge it on the fitness of the individual players and play a stronger team than the last game, but maybe give certain players an extra rest.

 

Still it would be nice to see the Matic - Pogba - Bruno midfield in action again. 

All out attack 

 

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2 minutes ago, ChipButty said:

All out attack 

 

Well that's a full strength team. Wouldn't be opposed to that, but I'd also consider giving Tim Fosu-Mensah another go on the left instead of Williams, who I think can be a liability sometimes. But since Williams appeared at the press conference I think he will be playing. 

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On 8/8/2020 at 10:23 PM, mrbojangles said:

The amount of flack we have had to take 

I thought my child kidnapper and WWII analogies were perfectly justified. 

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Looking forward to watching tonight and even want Utd to win (did I really say that?). Copenhagen are no mugs; they beat the Turkish champs last game.

Very tough semi looms.

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9 hours ago, champers said:

Looking forward to watching tonight and even want Utd to win (did I really say that?). Copenhagen are no mugs; they beat the Turkish champs last game.

Very tough semi looms.

It's hard to beat the system. 22 penalties this season, roughly a quarter of United's goals this season have come from penalties and this AGAIN was not one. 

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6 hours ago, BangrakBob said:

It's hard to beat the system. 22 penalties this season, roughly a quarter of United's goals this season have come from penalties and this AGAIN was not one. 

To borrow one of City's favourite phrases... nothing to see here. Regardless of the pen we were by far the better team, hit the post three times and had a goal disallowed. 

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