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Old 21-07-2017, 02:25 PM
Tumescent Throb
 
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no great teams last season. remains to be seen whether there will be any this season. the apparent drop-off in quality at the top is also driven by a levelling off of the competition in mid-table where standards have clearly improved and where that goes deeper into the field as well - this ensures that the league is tougher for teams at the top to gain consistency of results and build momentum ...

united has to challenge for the title and if we do I expect to win it.
 
Old 21-07-2017, 02:31 PM
Fish
 
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no great teams last season. remains to be seen whether there will be any this season. the apparent drop-off in quality at the top is also driven by a levelling off of the competition in mid-table where standards have clearly improved and where that goes deeper into the field as well - this ensures that the league is tougher for teams at the top to gain consistency of results and build momentum ...

united has to challenge for the title and if we do I expect to win it.

That's all I want, for us to be there challenging in 2018.Only 1 team can win it so its difficult but it would be lovely to be in the shake up.
 
Old 21-07-2017, 02:36 PM
Bunker Buster
 
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In the shake up
Qualify to the KO champs league
1 domestic pot...

Good season...?
 
Old 21-07-2017, 02:41 PM
utd99
 
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In the shake up
Qualify to the KO champs league
1 domestic pot...

Good season...?
Depends how the 'shake up' plays out.
3rd/4th, last 16 and League cup? No
2nd, quarters/semis, FA cup, Probably.

No reason we can't win the title.
 
Old 21-07-2017, 02:51 PM
Billy Redface
 
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In the shake up
Qualify to the KO champs league
1 domestic pot...

Good season...?
Depends.

In simple terms, we need to improve. More points. More goals. Better football. If that gets us success, then great.

Moyes was a disaster and didn't deserve a second chance... but one of the biggest disappointment was seeing a regression under LVG after the optimism of around March of his first season. We got worse under him.

The same can't happen to Jose or he'll be out on his arse.

In summary then, Breezes.
 
Old 21-07-2017, 02:57 PM
plopborsky
 
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its on lads. just accept it. embrace it. breathe it all in.
 
Old 21-07-2017, 03:02 PM
utd99
 
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Depends.

In simple terms, we need to improve. More points. More goals. Better football. If that gets us success, then great.

Moyes was a disaster and didn't deserve a second chance... but one of the biggest disappointment was seeing a regression under LVG after the optimism of around March of his first season. We got worse under him.
Paging Sider's. Sider's to the 17/18 thread please...
 
Old 21-07-2017, 03:06 PM
Denis Irwell
 
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Paging Sider's. Sider's to the 17/18 thread please...

Did you have to?

 
Old 21-07-2017, 03:12 PM
Billy Redface
 
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Paging Sider's. Sider's to the 17/18 thread please...
He's a numbers man now under Jose.

6th. End of.

He'll respect the drop from 4th to 5th under LVG. He's a man of honour.
 
Old 21-07-2017, 03:13 PM
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Chelsea's merry band of c***s struggle to retain leagues, and relax a bit. Costa will be a biggg miss. Morata to flop and die his hair red again by December. Hazard itching for a move to Madrid by January. 2nd.

City have signed another f***ing clown in net, still no decent centrebacks. Kompany injured for 95% of the season. Too many forwards who will start chucking toys out of the pram when not getting game time. And Pep's still bald. 3rd.

Spurs playing at Wembleh where they couldn't buy a win against shit c***s in Europe, will cost them a lot of points this season. Not bought anyone- standing still, needed to improve certain areas... Injury to Kane or Ali away from being f***ed. 4th.

Arsenal- Half their squad want out, will know it's Wenger's last season and switch off from January onwards. 5th.

Scousers- about to sign Hull's left back ffs. f*** off. 6th.

Meanwhile, over at OT.... Poggers and Rommers power us to 21. On.

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