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Old 02-05-2012, 10:23 AM
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Hagreaves and Fletcher. I'm sure the shoot crew will tell me Fletcher was part of the squad earlier this season, yes he was, but surely the club knew this condition was gonna cause him to need a break? I'm doubtful he'll ever come back. It's like last summer when Scholes retired, It's doubful he just retired out of the blue, Fergie will have known well in advance he was retiring. No replacement brought in so we had to bring him out of retirement for the second half of the season.

It's a f***ing joke.

Evra needs replacing soon, or even now because of how shit he has been for a while, we won't though. We'll keep him for another year, let Fabio go out on loan next season then sell Evra after next season bring back Fabio and he'll be our new left back and be a liability most of the time, whilst we get told he is still 'young'.

Fergie knows well in advance who needs replacing and what areas need strengthening, it has to be the finances that stop him addressing it.
 
Old 02-05-2012, 10:24 AM
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its funny how the glazers only really get mentioned when we're losing.

would there have been a thread on them if we'd beaten city?
the article quoted wouldn't have been published if we had won, so no, this thread wouldn't have been started.
 
Old 02-05-2012, 10:26 AM
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the article quoted wouldn't have been published if we had won, so no, this thread wouldn't have been started.
i rest my case
 
Old 02-05-2012, 10:26 AM
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It's a fair point, however Sky have 10 million customers and United have 76000seats.

Boycotting one would have a far bigger impact than boycotting the other.

PS- Scholesy sticking up for the match going red.
Being serious for a moment withers, I've been a season ticket holder and was pretty much home and all local aways for about 10 years.
Priorities have changed over the last few years but i'd love to be there every week.
I gave up going every week as I didn't have a choice, these match going reds are being asked to choose between sitting in front of a laptop with a shit stream or watching their team...I know what I would be doing.
 
Old 02-05-2012, 10:27 AM
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I'm not sure that any of us would have predicted that Anderson, Cleverly and Fletcher would all be not available for most of the season and that Morrison and Pogba would have their own problems.
I'm not trying to be smart after the fact, but plenty could see the risk of going into the season with that group of midfielders. A couple on here managed to diagnose what was wrong with Fletcher long before it was finally announced that he was dying ffs. Cleverly's been a crock his whole career so far and previously done nothing to suggest he was of the quality United need. Anderson's shit, while Ravel and Pogba had their own issues.

The single biggest complaint in 2010/11 was our midfield, which was put to the sword comprehensively at Wembley after a season of mostly awful football. Nothing was done to rectify that and it took the return from retirement of Scholes mid way through the season to give us any hope of doing well in the League. For whatever reason, nothing was done to sort out the mess of a midfield we currently have and that's the reason this season has been such a disaster.
 
Old 02-05-2012, 10:30 AM
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Boycotting one would have a far bigger impact than boycotting the other.
All it needed was a boycott of one game while the gimps were trying to take over and the whole sorry business would never have happened.

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none at all. why do you ask?
You're complaint was people only moan when we're unsuccessful?
 
Old 02-05-2012, 10:31 AM
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We'd have had Sneidjer on the bench at least. Oh how I wish we'd got an arab prince desperately trying to move his billions out of his tinpot country rather than some yanks bleeding United out.
 
Old 02-05-2012, 10:32 AM
Jack Duckworth
 
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You're complaint was people only moan when we're unsuccessful?
no it wasn't

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i appreciate it's a hard decision to decide to stop going; i know because i gave up the book i had had since 1990.

but surely you can see it's illogical to complain about the glazers when you are helping them service the debt you are complaining they have saddled the club with? you can't have it both ways.
 
Old 02-05-2012, 10:32 AM
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All it needed was a boycott of one game while the gimps were trying to take over and the whole sorry business would never have happened.
Well I wouldn't disagree with that.

The reality is nothing will get done now.It's a case of sit tight, wait for FFP and/or new owners.

Oh and get used to City winning for a few more years at least.
 
Old 02-05-2012, 10:33 AM
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i rest my case
I don't see your point, the article was about the contrast in spending/finances between City and Utd and how City now have such a financial advantage, in large part due to the mismanagement of the Glazers.

Would we have any threads on how shit our midfield is if we'd beaten City?
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