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Unread 23-12-2018, 01:32 PM
thatsfuctit
 
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Lovely disguised underrated pass for the Herrera goal
it was.
 
Unread 23-12-2018, 01:39 PM
sa7
 
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Lovely disguised underrated pass for the Herrera goal
It was a beauty. If you actually put yourself in his position, the vision to see the pass is fantastic.
 
Unread 23-12-2018, 03:50 PM
Tronics
 
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first 20 mins or so was a bit ropey from him, a few passes got over hit etc but he looked far more up for it than he has done previously

as soon as the game opened up a bit he really grew into the game and ran the show, especially with Gunnarson hacking away at his legs
 
Unread 23-12-2018, 03:54 PM
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Yep. Started well tbf.
loving this newly positive dunk
 
Unread 23-12-2018, 04:08 PM
Foot2ball
 
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People need to stop with this nonsense of not playing for the badge. Pogba and the whole team was beaten down like a dog or a mule. These ex-player are being dicks about it, because they were fortunate enough to never had bosses like moanrinho before.... remember over half of the team had this beatdown with a stick for additional two years with van gaal albeit not quite the level that moanrinho brought it.


Just go to an animal shelter and see the dogs that were beaten down, they cannot function at all. So these damn pop psychologist ex-players next time open their trap about unprofessionalism and not playing for the badge than they should go through a beatdown with a stick and see how they function afterwards. fucking clowns these ex-player in the warm toasty studio being all high an mighty when they never experience a beatdown for over 2 years.
 
Unread 23-12-2018, 04:11 PM
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People need to stop with this nonsense of not playing for the badge. Pogba and the whole team was beaten down like a dog or a mule. These ex-player are being dicks about it, because they were fortunate enough to never had bosses like moanrinho before.... remember over half of the team had this beatdown with a stick for additional two years with van gaal albeit not quite the level that moanrinho brought it.


Just go to an animal shelter and see the dogs that were beaten down, they cannot function at all. So these damn pop psychologist ex-players next time open their trap about unprofessionalism and not playing for the badge than they should go through a beatdown with a stick and see how they function afterwards. fucking clowns these ex-player in the warm toasty studio being all high an mighty when they never experience a beatdown for over 2 years.
So it was a what down?
 
Unread 23-12-2018, 04:16 PM
Clownbones
 
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People need to stop with this nonsense of not playing for the badge. Pogba and the whole team was beaten down like a dog or a mule. These ex-player are being dicks about it, because they were fortunate enough to never had bosses like moanrinho before.... remember over half of the team had this beatdown with a stick for additional two years with van gaal albeit not quite the level that moanrinho brought it.


Just go to an animal shelter and see the dogs that were beaten down, they cannot function at all. So these damn pop psychologist ex-players next time open their trap about unprofessionalism and not playing for the badge than they should go through a beatdown with a stick and see how they function afterwards. fucking clowns these ex-player in the warm toasty studio being all high an mighty when they never experience a beatdown for over 2 years.
It's not like they don't care or they don't try hard.

They all love football and want to play. They're simple animals. Ole knows this. Give them confidence and trust them to express themselves.

If they're playing for a manager whose approach they don't believe in, who undermines them and has a negative mindset, that can be the difference. That extra 10%.
 
Unread 23-12-2018, 04:21 PM
Foot2ball
 
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It's not like they don't care or they don't try hard.

They all love football and want to play. They're simple animals. Ole knows this. Give them confidence and trust them to express themselves.

If they're playing for a manager whose approach they don't believe in, who undermines them and has a negative mindset, that can be the difference. That extra 10%.
+1
 
Unread 23-12-2018, 04:25 PM
red in cumbria
 
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He's got a bit more to do to win me over, tbh.

Hopefully he will.
 
Unread 23-12-2018, 06:05 PM
sa7
 
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People need to stop with this nonsense of not playing for the badge. Pogba and the whole team was beaten down like a dog or a mule. These ex-player are being dicks about it, because they were fortunate enough to never had bosses like moanrinho before.... remember over half of the team had this beatdown with a stick for additional two years with van gaal albeit not quite the level that moanrinho brought it.


Just go to an animal shelter and see the dogs that were beaten down, they cannot function at all. So these damn pop psychologist ex-players next time open their trap about unprofessionalism and not playing for the badge than they should go through a beatdown with a stick and see how they function afterwards. fucking clowns these ex-player in the warm toasty studio being all high an mighty when they never experience a beatdown for over 2 years.
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