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ernie78

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If there was ever a game to define papering over the cracks it was this one. Fulham should’ve been 3 or 4 up but couldn’t score if their lives depended on it.
 

Oscar22

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Apr 9, 2004
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United fans are now fairly widely referring to Antony as ‘the worlds most expensive fidget spinner’ and it’s so apt.
 

Frozen_Waffles

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If there was ever a game to define papering over the cracks it was this one. Fulham should’ve been 3 or 4 up but couldn’t score if their lives depended on it.
Silva has done a great job there, losing Mitrovic is a massive problem though.

I think United will pick up, if they ever get there first team back 4 fit again and start scoring as well could help.
 

djhotspur

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Aug 31, 2021
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I mean seriously, their recruitment has been absolutely horrendous.

Antony - a joke of a footballer.

Mount - every man and his dog could see how utterly rubbish this guy is and is nowhere near top level standard. Would suit Wolves or Palace level at best for me.

Evans - seriously, bringing Evans back??

Onana - a lightweight keeper.

Sancho - huge money on him and now treating him like they are.

Holjund - I think the kid has potential but is he actually that much further along in his development than Veliz is for us, United should give him the time he needs to develop as a player.

I look at their side and I wouldn’t take a single player over ours in the first team. People go on about Rashford but my god he is truly average. Has had one good season and that’s about it. I really don’t understand the hype.
Rashford is very talented but he needs to be the focal point of the attack out left, he’s incredibly selfish and out for himself. He plays like he is ronaldo but without anywhere near the ability.
No way he would work here with how tactical we are and how ange has his wingers playing.
 

tobi

Clear Eyes, Full Hearts, Can't Lose
Jun 10, 2003
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They know what they're doing by posting that today.

Typical English media
 

neogenisis

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Jun 27, 2006
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glacierSpurs

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So are there any fans or pundits blasting Rashford being a hot headed twat who should be ashamed of himself for letting the team down and was so stupid when his team was leading 2-0?
 

glacierSpurs

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From what I can tell the media didnt think it was a Red card.
Lol, if we wanna talk about slow-mo, it's more red than Romero's. The ankle could have been snapped looking at that freeze frame of the curved-bent ankle.

But I get it, it's Romero from Spurs, and Rashford from United. We are stupid to defend a high line with 9 men, they are unlucky to lose at the final minutes.
 

Japhet

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Aug 30, 2010
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Lol, if we wanna talk about slow-mo, it's more red than Romero's. The ankle could have been snapped looking at that freeze frame of the curved-bent ankle.

But I get it, it's Romero from Spurs, and Rashford from United. We are stupid to defend a high line with 9 men, they are unlucky to lose at the final minutes.

I think we'd have been in more trouble if we'd dropped deep, opened the pitch up and given them acres of space to play 10 v 8 personally.
 

Danny1

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Dec 6, 2006
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I don't understand how anyone can say that it isn't a red card. Did he intentionally go to hurt the player, no. Did he lunge his foot dangerously towards the opposition player and almost break their ankle, yes.
 

dontcallme

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Mar 18, 2005
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I don't understand how anyone can say that it isn't a red card. Did he intentionally go to hurt the player, no. Did he lunge his foot dangerously towards the opposition player and almost break their ankle, yes.
I always find it strange how many football fans who play the sport don't seem to believe there is a technique to tackling.

"He got the ball" seems to be enough for many. Tackles being studs up, reckless, dangerous etc just don't seem to matter to many.
 

Danny1

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I always find it strange how many football fans who play the sport don't seem to believe there is a technique to tackling.

"He got the ball" seems to be enough for many. Tackles being studs up, reckless, dangerous etc just don't seem to matter to many.
I agree. Ive always thought that when a player does what Rashford did it is actually quite dangerous. To throw your studs down across the front of a player to try and shield the ball can end up with what happened to the Copenhagen guy.

Looking at it, Rashford is absolutely no where near the ball and I would say that if he missed the Copenhagen guy he probably would have lost control of the ball.
 
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