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May 27, 2019, 10:50:06 PM
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Aston Villa, one of the few english that won the Champions League (the others are Liverpool, Chelsea, Man Utd, and Nottingham Forest) is back in the EPL...Good to know that we'll get to watch the top teams at Villa Park, it's such a nice looking stadium  Cheesy

Btw, did you guys read the news about Newcastle? The club is about to be sold to the Bin Zayed Group[1], the same ones who failed to takeover Liverpool last year[2]


1. https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/football/9164187/newcastle-sale-terms-agreed-sheikh-khaled-mike-ashley/
2. https://www.express.co.uk/sport/football/1007716/Liverpool-takeover-Man-City-owner-cousin-Sheik-Khaled-Anfield-FSG

I think it was sad they dropped out, big club, big organic fan base, but I wasn't too unhappy they got relegated back then, they were playing god awful football so maybe this will jolt them back into the proper way of playing football (whatever that is, NOT how they played 3 years ago!).

But say what Newcastle? Another Sheikh club must not happen! Don't get me wrong, I have little against the origin of owners, just against the origin of owners' cash;) I think even the Toon Army would prefer bloody Ashley to some absent rich oil man... unless they get another guy as passionate as Leicester (now deceased) owner.

Benitez will hope it's true I suppose so those purse strings can open up.

I think Manchester United fans are still in shock with what happened with Manchester City and how they became the better team.  People hate the rich owners that spend to win until the guy buys the team they support, then they love it.
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May 28, 2019, 03:16:31 AM
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Aston Villa, one of the few english that won the Champions League (the others are Liverpool, Chelsea, Man Utd, and Nottingham Forest) is back in the EPL...Good to know that we'll get to watch the top teams at Villa Park, it's such a nice looking stadium  Cheesy

Btw, did you guys read the news about Newcastle? The club is about to be sold to the Bin Zayed Group[1], the same ones who failed to takeover Liverpool last year[2]


1. https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/football/9164187/newcastle-sale-terms-agreed-sheikh-khaled-mike-ashley/
2. https://www.express.co.uk/sport/football/1007716/Liverpool-takeover-Man-City-owner-cousin-Sheik-Khaled-Anfield-FSG

I think it was sad they dropped out, big club, big organic fan base, but I wasn't too unhappy they got relegated back then, they were playing god awful football so maybe this will jolt them back into the proper way of playing football (whatever that is, NOT how they played 3 years ago!).

But say what Newcastle? Another Sheikh club must not happen! Don't get me wrong, I have little against the origin of owners, just against the origin of owners' cash;) I think even the Toon Army would prefer bloody Ashley to some absent rich oil man... unless they get another guy as passionate as Leicester (now deceased) owner.

Benitez will hope it's true I suppose so those purse strings can open up.

I think Manchester United fans are still in shock with what happened with Manchester City and how they became the better team.  People hate the rich owners that spend to win until the guy buys the team they support, then they love it.

Club football in most part of the world are not just a team but a culture for the place they are situated in. I think commercialization of football clubs may bring in more cash but in long term would lose fan base. World Cup is famous because everyone supports their country. Likewise a club should also be restricted towards playing at least 4 local players and be owned by Local persona with at least 50% stakes of the city.



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May 28, 2019, 05:27:47 AM
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I think Manchester United fans are still in shock with what happened with Manchester City and how they became the better team.

One is the money that was injected into Man City which allowed them to buy top quality players.
Second is the departure of SAF. Man United never really found their footing since his departure. We'll see how their new manager does next season. He did quite well last time to be honest.
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May 28, 2019, 06:03:33 AM
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I think Manchester United fans are still in shock with what happened with Manchester City and how they became the better team.

One is the money that was injected into Man City which allowed them to buy top quality players.
Second is the departure of SAF. Man United never really found their footing since his departure. We'll see how their new manager does next season. He did quite well last time to be honest.

this is not a problem with money, Man United also has a very good income and Man United always spend a lot of money to buy expensive players in Mourinho era, in my opinion this is just a coach problem because it is true, since SAF departure Man United are no longer performing well consistent in every match
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May 28, 2019, 08:45:58 AM
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I think Manchester United fans are still in shock with what happened with Manchester City and how they became the better team.

One is the money that was injected into Man City which allowed them to buy top quality players.
Second is the departure of SAF. Man United never really found their footing since his departure. We'll see how their new manager does next season. He did quite well last time to be honest.

this is not a problem with money, Man United also has a very good income and Man United always spend a lot of money to buy expensive players in Mourinho era, in my opinion this is just a coach problem because it is true, since SAF departure Man United are no longer performing well consistent in every match

It is a coach problem and players problem because it needs both elements to work in harmony in order to be ready to win again for Machester United.

In Sir Alex era the players were great much better than the actual ones now and of course Sir Alex was a great trainer so that was the reason why Manchester United won everything during Sir Alex era.

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May 28, 2019, 11:46:34 AM
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I think Manchester United fans are still in shock with what happened with Manchester City and how they became the better team.

One is the money that was injected into Man City which allowed them to buy top quality players.
Second is the departure of SAF. Man United never really found their footing since his departure. We'll see how their new manager does next season. He did quite well last time to be honest.

this is not a problem with money, Man United also has a very good income and Man United always spend a lot of money to buy expensive players in Mourinho era, in my opinion this is just a coach problem because it is true, since SAF departure Man United are no longer performing well consistent in every match

It is a coach problem and players problem because it needs both elements to work in harmony in order to be ready to win again for Machester United.

In Sir Alex era the players were great much better than the actual ones now and of course Sir Alex was a great trainer so that was the reason why Manchester United won everything during Sir Alex era.

SAF era lasted almost 30 years. Everything that happens is completely normal, plus some failures with managers selection. Same things happen in Real Madrid after leaving one player and manager.
Man.Utd spend some important time to try with established top players, like Falcao, Di Maria, Sanchez etc... they need to start building a new team with young players the first season after SAF retirements. Now they going to rebuild six years after. De Gea, Smalling, Jones, Ashley Yang, Valencia they all are selected in Sir Alex era. all those are the first choice (except Valencia) in last season.
Unfortunately, I can see the next season of bad results, I don't think that Ole can arrange team if they make much change and bring many new players as newspapers say.



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May 28, 2019, 05:47:51 PM
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I think it is not even a coaching problem. Sir Alex Ferguson was one of the greatest coaches in the whole world and history but the dude managed to run that club for decades which gave him the chance to build a system.

Whenever Manchester United got a new manager they had to readjust to a new system and the players that didn't fit to that system even if they were good were cut from the team for some reason. That is why instead of looking for a coach that can give you success right now every team should be focused on getting a coach that will be in that team for a long time.

If they find even a semi-decent coach and let him run the team for 20 years they will have a big chance, they should not look for a Mourinho or Klupp or Pep but look for a person who is not as good yet will stay at the club for 20+ years, that is how success is built.
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May 28, 2019, 06:48:51 PM
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I think it is not even a coaching problem. Sir Alex Ferguson was one of the greatest coaches in the whole world and history but the dude managed to run that club for decades which gave him the chance to build a system.

Whenever Manchester United got a new manager they had to readjust to a new system and the players that didn't fit to that system even if they were good were cut from the team for some reason. That is why instead of looking for a coach that can give you success right now every team should be focused on getting a coach that will be in that team for a long time.

If they find even a semi-decent coach and let him run the team for 20 years they will have a big chance, they should not look for a Mourinho or Klupp or Pep but look for a person who is not as good yet will stay at the club for 20+ years, that is how success is built.

We are in a different era or football.
Especially fans, cannot wait for 20 years to see their team winning a big title. We want results and we want them now. And it is very dissapointing to see big clubs struggling for 20 years and not getting titles.

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I think it is not even a coaching problem. Sir Alex Ferguson was one of the greatest coaches in the whole world and history but the dude managed to run that club for decades which gave him the chance to build a system.

Whenever Manchester United got a new manager they had to readjust to a new system and the players that didn't fit to that system even if they were good were cut from the team for some reason. That is why instead of looking for a coach that can give you success right now every team should be focused on getting a coach that will be in that team for a long time.

If they find even a semi-decent coach and let him run the team for 20 years they will have a big chance, they should not look for a Mourinho or Klupp or Pep but look for a person who is not as good yet will stay at the club for 20+ years, that is how success is built.

We are in a different era or football.
Especially fans, cannot wait for 20 years to see their team winning a big title. We want results and we want them now. And it is very dissapointing to see big clubs struggling for 20 years and not getting titles.
I think the most important thing is being able to give more trust to the new coach, because we don't know what will happen next and by giving more trust we will at least know the skills of the coach, let's say he is Ole. after the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson, Manchester United always changed coaches which made it inconsistent with the system that had been made.

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^  I really hope the United gives Solksjaer all the time he needs and all the support, thru thick and thin no matter what.  Grin

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^  I really hope the United gives Solksjaer all the time he needs and all the support, thru thick and thin no matter what.  Grin

Me too dogg!
I hope he gets a 10 year contract. Man Utd is a massive job & he needs lots of time to take them into The Championship

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^  Mind the fine print everybody.  Lololol.

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May 29, 2019, 03:27:16 PM
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Second is the departure of SAF. Man United never really found their footing since his departure. We'll see how their new manager does next season. He did quite well last time to be honest.
That is what I am thinking now that it is true after the departure of SAF. Manchester United Losing fangs that they usually play anywhere can win and in the end each of them competes always loses and even the bottom ranked team can indeed be with Manchester United.

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May 31, 2019, 06:21:56 PM
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MU is always active in the transfer market and always brings great players who have fantastic prices. with that, MU is still unable to show the best in the Domestic league and also UCL, which means that their current problem is "coach".




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May 31, 2019, 07:10:18 PM
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MU is always active in the transfer market and always brings great players who have fantastic prices. with that, MU is still unable to show the best in the Domestic league and also UCL, which means that their current problem is "coach".
Perhaps they don't give them enough time to adapt. I think coaches need time to adapt but i think United has turned in a Chelsea of sort where when a manager under performs for a season... He is sent away immediately.
Or we should blame Ferguson for being too good  Grin

I still think Moyes would have done something much better in United had be given enough time of 3-5 years with goal player signed.

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MU is always active in the transfer market and always brings great players who have fantastic prices. with that, MU is still unable to show the best in the Domestic league and also UCL, which means that their current problem is "coach".

now MU got the coach they wanted so the goal for the next season is to return that old good MU that we all used to see.
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CAn someone link to me a reliable website for the market operations for the Premier Leauge?

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Almost the final, I will be in Spain tomorrow and watch the final with much expectations, especially for LFC..........

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June 01, 2019, 04:08:35 AM
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MU is always active in the transfer market and always brings great players who have fantastic prices. with that, MU is still unable to show the best in the Domestic league and also UCL, which means that their current problem is "coach".
Perhaps they don't give them enough time to adapt. I think coaches need time to adapt but i think United has turned in a Chelsea of sort where when a manager under performs for a season... He is sent away immediately.
Or we should blame Ferguson for being too good  Grin

I still think Moyes would have done something much better in United had be given enough time of 3-5 years with goal player signed.

Manchester United is a top club and they have to keep on buying players to match their goals, so not really sure why you’re making a fuss about them buying players. The real problem is Ed and the Board of Manchester United, they have got marketable players but not players who could help them win. When Jose Mourinho asked them to get Persic because he would provide the ball for Lukaku to score, they decline it cause Persic is not a global star. Ole has a massive job of rebuilding Manchester United, but I’m not sure how much time will he be given?.

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June 01, 2019, 08:38:53 AM
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MU is always active in the transfer market and always brings great players who have fantastic prices. with that, MU is still unable to show the best in the Domestic league and also UCL, which means that their current problem is "coach".

Indeed, but they don't make the best deals.
They get players that they are out of form or they are in their career decline. I can't say that someone of the MU squad right now is a top-class player (meaning he can find a place in Real Madrid squad). They have problems in the coach position and signings as well.

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