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Old 02-01-2018, 01:11 AM
Bunker Buster
 
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Exactly. Heís not a fan. On the Sky payroll/narrative getting paid to say what the nation wants to hear.
100% Wrong.

Scholes is a huge united fan...

Fucking money ooooooo can imagine Scholesy reading that...
 
Old 02-01-2018, 01:48 AM
rubbernecker
 
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Exactly. Heís not a fan. On the Sky payroll/narrative getting paid to say what the nation wants to hear.
100% wrong. BT payroll/narrative

Apart from that , storm in an Interspazz teacup nonsense IMO

Watched both interviews now and absolutely fuck all to see.
 
Old 02-01-2018, 01:52 AM
Stickman
 
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Perhaps people are just criticising him for saying something a bit daft? If you donít call out stupid stuff when you see it then you end up simply following the agenda youíve established for yourself rigidly. Tbh, Iím surprised how bad this place is for that - van gaal couldnít be criticised by some and youíre saying mou canít be or itís only anti mou voices on the thread. Iím all for mou being successful but if heís a dick, Iíll say so.
Correct and agree, Jose is the knob in this one.
 
Old 02-01-2018, 03:18 AM
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Isn't this Mourinho's stock weapon when arguing with ex pro pundits, the money thing?

We laughed when it was aimed at Redknapp and Souness.
the money thing was a dig at scholes' financial situation.
Quite petty but that's how he is .

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Correct and agree, Jose is the knob in this one.
Not really. Paul scholes wasn't being a positive critic. It was leading comments leading to a "united in total crisis" situation if we had one more bad result.
Implied paul pogba isn't fit or mourinho doesn't know how to use him. It even set up keown to really lay the boot in.
A United legend shouldnt be criticising United to that extent if he isf being so honest at least put a positive spin on it at the end like Rio would.
When Rio speaks on united he may be slightly critical but he balances it up with something about beliving we will sort things out or even saying "i know those players and they'll be itching to get out there and get things right next game"
Just like the SAF sound bites last week. Trusting mourinho to turn things around and not fuelling the ABU narrative on "united in crisis" and a cracked united badge on the back page.....
 
Old 02-01-2018, 04:41 AM
Stickman
 
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the money thing was a dig at scholes' financial situation.
Quite petty but that's how he is .



Not really. Paul scholes wasn't being a positive critic. It was leading comments leading to a "united in total crisis" situation if we had one more bad result.
Implied paul pogba isn't fit or mourinho doesn't know how to use him. It even set up keown to really lay the boot in.
A United legend shouldnt be criticising United to that extent if he isf being so honest at least put a positive spin on it at the end like Rio would.
When Rio speaks on united he may be slightly critical but he balances it up with something about beliving we will sort things out or even saying "i know those players and they'll be itching to get out there and get things right next game"
Just like the SAF sound bites last week. Trusting mourinho to turn things around and not fuelling the ABU narrative on "united in crisis" and a cracked united badge on the back page.....
Good points.

Sometimes our ex players are downright unhelpful in the media. The opposite of the Ex scousers, Im not saying they should go fully that way, but being a little less negative wouldn't hurt, they'd still be able to get their points across constructively.
 
Old 02-01-2018, 06:05 AM
jem
 
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the money thing was a dig at scholes' financial situation.
Quite petty but that's how he is .



Not really. Paul scholes wasn't being a positive critic. It was leading comments leading to a "united in total crisis" situation if we had one more bad result.
Implied paul pogba isn't fit or mourinho doesn't know how to use him. It even set up keown to really lay the boot in.
A United legend shouldnt be criticising United to that extent if he isf being so honest at least put a positive spin on it at the end like Rio would.
When Rio speaks on united he may be slightly critical but he balances it up with something about beliving we will sort things out or even saying "i know those players and they'll be itching to get out there and get things right next game"
Just like the SAF sound bites last week. Trusting mourinho to turn things around and not fuelling the ABU narrative on "united in crisis" and a cracked united badge on the back page.....
we know these players and they'll be itching to pick up their bigger pay cheques.

if exes can't criticise mourinho's selections and tactics, we might as well not have pundits or commentary. just crowd noise. except the boos, obvs. can play music over that, maybe.

mourinho has no fucking class.
 
Old 02-01-2018, 06:08 AM
Kangared
 
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If this had been Jamie Carragher Jose was laying into we would be cheering him on. Both of them need to pull their heads in. We should be discussing how well we played yesterday & not mulling over a tiff between our manager & an ex player who is probably still pissed off he didnít get the reserves job
 
Old 02-01-2018, 06:09 AM
Denis Irwell
 
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100% Wrong.

Scholes is a huge united fan...

Fucking money ooooooo can imagine Scholesy reading that...
100% Mong

Scholes is a paid tv ďanalyst ď getting paid ďfucking moneyĒ

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Good points.

Sometimes our ex players are downright unhelpful in the media. The opposite of the Ex scousers, Im not saying they should go fully that way, but being a little less negative wouldn't hurt, they'd still be able to get their points across constructively.
Exactly.
 
Old 02-01-2018, 07:14 AM
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Good points.

Sometimes our ex players are downright unhelpful in the media. The opposite of the Ex scousers, Im not saying they should go fully that way, but being a little less negative wouldn't hurt, they'd still be able to get their points across constructively.
Have you seen the clip of Scholesís comments? He was very constructive.

Struggling to see whatís wrong with him saying that Poggers should be playing further forward by the same position he did for Juventus.
 
Old 02-01-2018, 07:51 AM
Child of Darkness
 
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Scholes is a terrible pundit tho - grumpy little shrew . I don't find him interesting to listen to , the rest of them apart from g nev are likewise boring fuckers esp p nev .

Wish the class of 92 would fuck off now tbh
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