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16 Apr 2021 22:44:21
How about Ricarlison as a transfer target? Is the jury still out?


1.) 17 Apr 2021 09:08:42
A no ta from me.

2.) 17 Apr 2021 09:40:13
I thought Richarlison liked to play as a striker type and will cut in from the right in the same way that Rashford does it from the right?

3.) 17 Apr 2021 09:48:18
Richarlison is one of those players a little like Nani, clearly hugely talented, but seems to struggle to consistently play to his ability.

Just as capable of having a 5 out of 10 performance as they are a 10 out of 10 performance.

I like him, he has a really competitive attitude, but unless he can turn the talent into consistent performances then he is in no way worth the 70m+ that Everton would demand for him.

4.) 17 Apr 2021 10:15:41
He be ideal for Barcelona. Think he be a squad player at United.

5.) 17 Apr 2021 11:43:41
Works harder than martial but doesn't have quite the same ability imo.

6.) 17 Apr 2021 11:43:41
Works harder than martial but doesn't have quite the same ability imo.

7.) 17 Apr 2021 11:57:18
Clearly Everton value him, in fact want to build a team around him, after rejecting (a somewhat surprising) £100m wasn't it? Think that raised a few eyebrows, I'd have bitten their hand off.

8.) 17 Apr 2021 12:19:27
You can say that again Ken😂.

9.) 17 Apr 2021 12:52:34
Where is this ability Martial has that everyone keeps referring too lol? A completely underwhelming player in my view who is in the wrong league.

10.) 17 Apr 2021 22:04:34
Not good enough. We need a striker guaranteeing 20+ goals a season. Also has to be one who leads the line like Cavani.



28 Jul 2020 15:33:37
Hi Ed. Might Buendia be a cost-effective AM/ RW option for Utd? He's very young and I can't see Norwich being able to hang onto him. Plus I suspect he'd cost a fraction of the main target.


{Ed002's Note - To replace the purchase of Sancho? He has not been looked at whereas others have.}

1.) 28 Jul 2020 18:07:08
I don’t see the fascination with Buendia? I watched him a few times after lockdown and he didn’t work back, got a stupid red and tried to do everything himself at times?

2.) 28 Jul 2020 19:40:37
Anyone wanting wanting players like buendia clearly want to step back not step forward.

3.) 28 Jul 2020 21:12:15
Out of that Norwich team the only players I’d consider adding to the squad would be Aarons, Lewis and cantwell.

4.) 28 Jul 2020 22:10:07
Buendia is 24 in a few months he's not that young. Plus a lot of Norwich games I noticed he starts on the bench. Nowhere near good enough for us in my opinion.

5.) 29 Jul 2020 14:27:00
Buendia is criminally underrated by so many, mostly likely because he plays for Norwich.

He ranks 4th in the EPL for Key Passes, with only KdB, Maddison and Grealish above him.

He ranks 4th in the EPL for expected assists (xA), with only KdB, TAA and Mahrez ranked above him.

Ranks 4th for successful dribbles in the EPL, with only Traore, Saint-Maxmin and Zaha ahead of him.

In Europe's top five leagues only Messi has played more through balls and created more "big chances".

And ranks 3rd in the league for passes into the opposition penalty area.

Yet he isn't just about creativity, he works hard for the team and does loads of defensive work.

He averages 13.6km distance covered per game, for context the league average is 11.4km. Anything over 12.5 places you in the top 10. Buendia is second in the league.

He ranks 5th for presses per game in the EPL, and is first amongst players 23 or under.

Is 4th in the league for counterpresses.

Makes more tackles in the defensive third of the pitch than any other forward in the league.

While, he is third for Norwich for appearances this season and 7th for minutes played. So is very much a regular starter.

Emi Buendia is one of the most complete and creative forwards in the EPL this season. He is EPL proven, which is far more than most other targets for the RW and would be significantly cheaper than most. Especially when we consider that he has managed this while playing for the worst team in the league. He was responsible for 21.3% of Norwich's league goals this season.

The only thing that really let's him down is he doesn't shoot enough, yet in a United side that would potentially contain Rashford, Martial, Greenwood and Bruno we don't really need a goalscorer, but a goal creator. And Buendia is one of the best in the league.

Buendia combines the work rate and defensive nous of Park Ji Sung, but with elite levels of creativity.

Sadly the team pressing hardest for his signature appears to be Leeds United and he would absolutely thrive under Marcelo Bielsa and his style of play. If Leeds sign him I can see them having a similar season to Sheffield United, maybe even going one better and getting into Europe in their first season back in the top flight.

6.) 29 Jul 2020 15:30:19
Are Barcelona or Madrid in for him?

7.) 29 Jul 2020 15:43:39
Yes jred.

8.) 29 Jul 2020 22:15:28

Barca just got rid of Arthur to sign an aging pjanjc. Their recruitment is a shambles in itself.

9.) 30 Jul 2020 08:20:36
I think not, its also a really strange way to judge if we should buy a player.

10.) 30 Jul 2020 02:28:47
Stats can be deceptive at times, but that list does make a compelling case.

I haven't watched Norwich that much, so could be wrong, but he looked like he'd be comfortable at CAM as well as either wing, so maybe an alternative to Grealish rather than Sancho perhaps?

11.) 30 Jul 2020 11:58:10
Thorne, Buendía is definitely better coming off the right, but can equally play in the No.10 role. Not sure he has played much from the left. But then with Rashford, James, Martial and even Greenwood more than comfortable playing on the left I'm not sure we need any more cover for that side.



23 Dec 2017 13:54:36
Hey Ed. Is Fabinho still a midfield option? Liked the look of him last season, also a useful RB.


{Ed002's Note - when he plays in midfield it is as a DM player. Monaco will not be looking to sell in January - which is what they have told two clubs who asked.}

1.) 23 Dec 2017 15:05:28
Cheers Ed. Merry xmas!

{Ed002's Note - You are welcome. And you.}

2.) 23 Dec 2017 18:16:10
Any wildcard for January Ed? . Merry xmas and New years to all of the Eds.

{Ed002's Note - Can’t think of any right now.}

3.) 23 Dec 2017 19:07:39
No worries Ed. Have a great evening.

4.) 24 Dec 2017 07:42:33
2 Bad results in one week, Shocking draw against Leicester. Then Jose comes out and says childish attacking and defending. No Jose its childish management, Why take off our most dangerous winger Martial and replace him with I can't be arsed and ball greedy git Rashford. This team at the moment is starting too look so one dimensional, it pains me to say it but Jose is starting to show the same attitude he had at Chelsea just before he was handed his P45.

5.) 24 Dec 2017 09:28:21
rock it was anybody but mourinho's fault, he took martial off for a simple reason that we have a game on tuesday and we need fresh players for that one as well. It wasn't mourinho who missed 4 sitters in the game, it wasn't mourinho who give the ball away cheaply in the 91st of the game when we could have had a corner or with a good pass even a 3rd goal, it wasn't mourinho who decided to lety smalling mark their biggest player when he couldn't walk, the fault solely lies with the players.

6.) 24 Dec 2017 11:29:23
Rashford came on and got their full back sent off.

7.) 24 Dec 2017 12:28:05
gds that was the fb's own doing neither occasion did he need to foul rash but he did and got sent off, rashford had a great chance to kill the game in added time yesterday he acted greedily in the end costing the us the game, can't blame him alone but he smalling and hererra share the most blame for yesterday's result.

8.) 24 Dec 2017 19:55:26
I think we needed leadership yesterday and it was severely lacking. Who picked the captain? Who sat and took no ownership as things were starting to crumble and players were unsure of what to do?

Yes the players are responsible in many ways, but Jose had the experience and know-how to counter the pathetic Leicester threat that emerged - he just sat there and left it to our leaderless team to try and figure out for themselves - this wasn't training it was a really important match. Jose is the most to blame, and the players as always were found wanting when it mattered.

I felt sick watching it.

{Ed025's Note - you can be a bit of a moaner beast, but i agree on that mate..

9.) 27 Dec 2017 01:11:39
How can you blame Smalling? I don't rate him, but the guy was walking on one leg. Up to José to sort it out. Either go 10 v 10, or keep Mike out of trouble up front. Don't keep him in the danger area, with one leg.

10.) 27 Dec 2017 05:13:03
Nou Jones tried that he had lindelof playing as cb and wanted Herrera to play rb, Herrera acted like a tat and Smalling decided he knew better, if you can't walk you shouldn't be playing and that is a decision player himself needs to make no one else can be blamed for that.

11.) 27 Dec 2017 08:47:33
it's clear we need a number 10 lingard has done well but Miki has not lived up to expectations Mata is ok there but we need a real top quality player in that position I like The Fekir from Lyon he is the wild card who Jose will look to bring in.

12.) 28 Dec 2017 14:27:05
CSM, I think Smalling might have been overcompensating after the last time he was injured, when José wasn't exactly sympathetic to his plight. Having said that, the manager could see the pain he was in, and still just sat there. That's when a proper touchline manager earns his crust. How can you organise, cajole and inspire, when you're sitting with your hands in your pocket most of the game, snuggled up in your parka looking mean and moody. Would Herrera have been so awkward if it was José barking the instructions at him?



26 Apr 2017 22:06:09
Seriously, all these reports every season of a handful players leaving. Not just Man U but any top team. How often does this happen? 3-4 in, the same out for continuity. Rooney, Young, maybe Blind or Carrick out, and if something ridiculous is on the table, DDG out. No-one else.


1.) 29 Apr 2017 11:43:53
Jose needs to build a team that can challenge immediately but have medium-longer term crack at Champs League, i. e. winning it at least twice overly the likely 7 to 10 year period he sees himself here. I think he is 53 now and has said previously he would love to be Portugal national coach as his final managerial post. I think and hope this is Jose's last club manager role. The days of Ferguson like characters (with obvious exception of Wenger) staying 20 years anywhere are long gone.

So players wise I think we are looking to build a core of 24-27yo players ideally. Players who are fully developed, fully proven and class reinforcements who can walk into the first team.

With De Gea seemingly gone a world class keeper is a must. I think we will be knocking on Tottenham's door for Lloris or go for Jan Oblak at Athletico.

Defence wise there is only Bailly who is a shue-in first team for me with Valencia a great RB back-up (only given age) and Blind a versatile CB/ FB cover. There were reports back in Jan that a deal for Lindelof the Benfica CB was done and dusted but gone quiet there. Alderweireld is a must if rumours of a buy-out clause of £25m are true. I do think prising any players from Tottenham will be very difficult though. They are clearly the emerging team to beat and if they can keep their squad together and bulk their squad up a little they are definite contenders next year.

Midfield - a Carrick replacement a must. Pogba he will look to build a team around logically though interestingly where do folk think his best position actually is? Herrera has been immense at times and proved via Chelsea the occasionally man to man job that may be required he is absolutely perfect for. Fellaini I appreciate remains a head scratcher for all of us but he is the tall physical player Jose likes so don't see him going.

Mkhitaryan needs to improve for me- either sublimely class or looks to go missing a bit. The younger pacier forwards such as Rashford, Martial and Lingard will all be safe but only see Rashford as a regular first X1 tbh. Ibra and Rooney both gone already. Mata I think could still do a job for us but likely he won't get game time he wants.

I think squad wise we are looking as a minimum at:
1 x GK
2 x FB
2 x CB
1 x DM
1 x CF
1 x CF / Winger

So appreciate that's 8 players in but I see following all going out:
De Gea (sadly)
Jones (too crocked)
Smalling (too not good enough)
Young (too old)
Ibra (possibly retired now)
Rooney (retired about 3 year back lol)

Those on the possible list to go:

I do think this is the summer we will see the Jose revolution. He inherited a squad he's not convinced by and had a year to suss them all out. Rooney he sussed in 6 games in fairness to him. Jose knows Chelsea will go again in the market, Spurs already are contenders and City have a major re-build to. let's not underestimate the size of the task to make us into League winning and Champs League challenging regulars.

And if you don't believe that then ask yourself this question:
From our current squad, barring De Gea, who would walk into any premiership team? who would walk into any team in Europe?




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09 May 2021 22:56:11
Quite impressed by Matheus Pereira of WBA in recent weeks. Worth a punt for RW/ AM?


1.) 10 May 2021 06:58:17
Going after average players won't help us rise from mediocracy.

2.) 10 May 2021 08:11:08

That’s very harsh on him, he’s an exceptional player far too good for West Brom, I’d expect he will get a good move in the summer.

3.) 10 May 2021 09:21:14
I've not seen the lad play, but would be a bit harsh to judge him when you've not watched him closely.

I don't really understand why we even want a backup RB.

Is Dalot not good enough for backup, I would disagree, he's attacking and I think he's had a good season with milan.
Then we also have Brandon who for me hasn't got any minutes. He was getting MOTM a year ago, and hasn't kicked on which is surprising as he's United academy graduate whereas McTominay gets minute every time.

4.) 10 May 2021 09:33:22
He's better than average, but I don't think he is good enough for a side supposedly challenging for titles.

Jason Sancho is apparently still a target, and Dortmund have supposedly dropped the asking price from last summer.

Whether that is low enough for the Glazers that remains to be seen. I wouldn't be completely shocked if they loosened the purse strings slightly more than they intended this summer to try and abate supporter discontent.

However, I do feel there are other cheaper options to Sancho who could well do a job. Leon Bailey was someone the club looked at last summer as an option to Sancho. Raphinha looks like a player who might have what it takes to play at the highest level. While I have been very impressed with Pedro Neto over at Wolves.

Matheus Pereira would be the third Pereira we would have signed and just like his name sakes Joel and Andreas I think he would prove not quite good enough.

5.) 10 May 2021 10:27:40
Dalot was Oles go to substitution when he took over. He would bring him off to bench to play right wing. Then he just went off him. Dalot was behind Fosu Mensa and one stage. This is a guy who was sent back early on multiple loans and was never going to make it at United.

Very peculiar. Also Williams as you say was getting MOTM at one stage and then thrown on the scrap heap. The manager would rather burn players out because he doesn't have the foresight to rotate his team.

He doesn't seem to have the ability to keep fringe players happy or hungry. He has his favourites and that's it.

I can see us signing a RB in the summer, the new signing will cost us a nice chunk of Change and will barely rack up 10 appearances for us.

6.) 10 May 2021 12:16:30
Most managers have their favourites/ go to players and they work with all the players daily so they will see what they are doing well and who is progressing. To be honest, I appreciate it was one game but when Williams came on against Roma, I thought you could see why he has fallen out of favour.

All this chat about buying a new RB to challenge Wan-Bissaka baffles me too, we have Ethan Laird who has done very well at MK Dons on loan. Solskjaer has shown he's not afraid to trust the youngsters so can't see why Laird shouldn't be promoted to understudy for Wan-Bissaka and get a good few games next season.



30 Apr 2021 22:38:03
Why in over 100 years of the game has a player only just started lying on the pitch behind the wall for opposition free kicks in the last month?


{Ed014's Note - tiredness, been a long season so they rotate as to who gets a lie down when the opportunity presents itself.

1.) 01 May 2021 00:29:36
I think I’ve seen 2 goals scored under the wall in the whole time I’ve watched football, it really isn’t needed.

2.) 01 May 2021 05:06:05
Juventus probably wish they had someone laying down there, would not have gone out to Porto if they did.

3.) 01 May 2021 07:27:05
ESPN did a good piece on this earlier this year, apparently it has been going on in Brasil for many a year because of the likes of Ronaldinho who, as we all know was quite good at free kicks.
Apparently Juan Mata tried the same defensive technique against Ajax back in 2017, so it has been around for a while, maybe its just more prevalent these days.

4.) 30 Apr 2021 22:55:17
Lol ed.



18 Feb 2021 11:27:24
Utd have signed about 30 senior players since the SFA era (ie ones expected to bypass youth/ reserve teams and make some kind of challenge for the first team) . I'd argue that only four have been world class: Fernandes, Cavani, Ibrahimovic . and. Pogba. So, we still have three of those.
I'd love to argue the case for Falcao, Sanchez and Schweinsteiger, all of whom I felt were great signings at the time, but were so disastrous that they are best consigned to the history books.
I don't think Pogba will leave and I hope his Utd story has some way to go yet (and improve) .
Although Ole has a chance for the FA / UEFA Cup I am not convinced he'll break his trophy duck this season. I suspect top 4 will be the only achievement sadly which is obviously not good enough but I don't think he'll lose his job. His employers seem too sucked in by the long-term plan which is admirable but needs to be backed up with stronger signings than 2/ 3 of the players United managers have been given post Fergie.


1.) 18 Feb 2021 12:10:50
spenno, you can't put Pogba in that world class bracket with the performances we have witnessed from him at United so far. And I hope that his time with us ends soon as I don't have any belief in him.

With regards to Ole you're right as the board isn't going to make a change unless we mess up big time and finish outside top 4. And even with better signings I doubt Ole has what it takes to win things.

2.) 18 Feb 2021 12:56:17
Now I'm not defending Pogba but rememeber when he was "World Class" at Juventus? he's on paper better than he was then.


Games: 124
Starts: 108
Goals: 28
Assists: 22
Minutes per goal or assist: 198.5

Manchester United

Games: 124
Starts: 113
Goals: 28
Assists: 26
Minutes per goal or assist: 187.1.

3.) 18 Feb 2021 13:38:36
Kurtis would you like to do that again but without penalties?

He didn't take pens at Juve.

4.) 18 Feb 2021 15:10:36
Di Maria deserves a mention. And say what you want about Lukaku, but he is having quite a career, world class or not.

5.) 18 Feb 2021 19:23:42
Just checked for you Wazza, 7 Penalties for United and 1 for Juventus.



14 Feb 2021 19:31:36
Looks like Bayern have snared Upamecano. Hopefully that puts an end to three more months of misspelt speculation and we can move onto the next one!


1.) 14 Feb 2021 20:00:51
The question we shoikd all ask, is why would any up and coming player want to join Utd?

Eat woukd they gain by joining Utd other than earning more money.

2.) 14 Feb 2021 20:24:04
What would they gain? The chance to play in the most competitive league in the world, to play in European competition, for a side still regarded as one of the biggest and most supported on the planet, in a pretty decent team that isn’t quite as bad as all the doom and gloom suggests.
It isn’t all that bad, surely.

3.) 14 Feb 2021 21:44:41
it is a good job he is going to bayern then.



26 Dec 2020 22:06:27
I would say the position we need most is CB. The player I would like most in any position is Haaland but I can’t see this with Cavani now in (who looks superb) and I think City will be more likely. With James, Greenwood and presumably Diallo as the RW option, most people still cite that position as a priority. I wonder if there is an older player out there able to play on both flanks, to give competition in both areas. Anyone spring to mind?


1.) 26 Dec 2020 22:46:06
Pat Nevin.

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4.) 27 Dec 2020 07:01:35
Spenno, of course we do need a pacey CB with better positioning and reading of the game but first we need better defensive coaching to start with. On numerous occasions this season our defenders have been poor and it looks like there is no communication whatsoever.

In the Leicester game we had 2 CBs in the box and as the ball was about to be played both of them went in the same direction allowing Vardy to move back and have a free shot at goal. Just don't understand why we are still playing with zonal marking as our defense is clearly not good at that. There were only 2 Leicester players inside the box at that instance and had our CBs marked them each and stayed close we probably don't concede.

RW seems to be the priority but I think it's more of a right attacking forward we are looking for rather than a pure winger as we do not have a natural striker in our ranks to take advantage of any deliveries into the box.

As far as striking options Cavani is only a short term fix and both Rashford and Martial although they have improved in terms of goals, don't really have the instincts and are prone to missing chances every now and then and it almost looks like they are too casual with their finishing at times. We do need a striker and Haaland would be perfect but looks unlikely as you say.

Our priority should be a CB and a ST and going forward we need to get in a pure DM.




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10 May 2021 20:56:31
A GK is a definite, I can see DDG going out. Probably on loan to PSG, knowing how we do things.

RB seems odd given that we have a few options. However I'm not AWB's biggest fan and the drop-off after him to Williams/ Dalot is huge. So I imagine if the RB rumours are true one if not both are on their way.

CB. A more mobile player would be a bonus. Wouldn't be surprised if they stick though.

DCM. Seems to make sense to all of us, but Matic isn't going away just yet, leaving the club with 2-3 players who just about fill this void, albeit unspectacularly. But I would like to see a more dynamic maybe younger player come in. I think Rice will cost towards £100 purely because of age and the English factor, which seems nuts to me. Bissouma or Camavinga might be better value.

RW: I think there's plenty of scope for Sancho to come in without inhibiting Greenwood. He can play both flanks. There's room for both of them in the starting XI, in my view.

STR: Kane I think will go to City. That leaves Haaland as the other 'go to' name. Dortmund seem like they're open to a sale to cash in before he goes into the final year so I guess we'll miss out, and we'll be talking about a different player this time next season to replace Cavani.

Oh yeah - Cavani. So glad he's staying for another year. The side is so much better with him, he's helping Greenwood no end, and has made an even better impact that Ibra, in my view, and arguably better than any signing bar Fernandes post-SFA.




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29 Apr 2021 00:03:00
Ben White looks like a young Jones to me, no thanks! Not seen much of the other go-to CB names, looks like the Leipzig pair are off to Bayern/ Liverpool too. Feels like we have a settled back four and Lindelof is playing as well as he has. Steady but unspectacular. I’d like to see a more mobile younger CB come in.
Rice will cost a fortune once English and Utd tax are added. Personally can’t see what the fuss is about. Ndidi would cost half as much.




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17 Apr 2021 12:52:34
Where is this ability Martial has that everyone keeps referring too lol? A completely underwhelming player in my view who is in the wrong league.




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17 Apr 2021 11:57:18
Clearly Everton value him, in fact want to build a team around him, after rejecting (a somewhat surprising) £100m wasn't it? Think that raised a few eyebrows, I'd have bitten their hand off.




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14 Apr 2021 10:11:21
Boy did SFA get that one wrong. At the time Jones was playing as CDM for Blackburn and was seen as a future Man Utd and England captain. What went wrong?
Not the first time SFA was wrong either. Bebe, potentially the greatest player on earth. Unless you subscribe to the notion that every player is potentially the best player on earth, at some point.





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09 May 2021 20:27:23
Wan Bissaka has looked a lot better in recent games. Until now he hasn't added a great deal, although I keep hearing the rumours about him being the best one on one defender in Europe. Who makes up this crap? People who only watch the Premier League I suspect. There are a hell of a lot of better fullbacks out there.




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09 May 2021 20:25:13
First and foremost the club needs a world-class centre forward. I hope Cavani stays for another season, problem solved. If not, Martial/ Greenwood are not the answer.
Assuming the CF situation is resolved one way or the other, I expect the Sancho deal to be resurrected. He gets pigeon-holed as RW a lot, but plays LW a lot too. There's room for him and Greenwood in the same XI, and across 60 games, plenty of time for all of them including Diallo. One wonders where this leaves Martial. He adds very little other than the one worldy he puts in a few times a season, and you can almost hear a collective sigh every time he starts.
Midfield needs work. DVB isn't working out, and there is no need for MCT and Fred to start. I think we'll end up with 3-4 players, but I wouldn't be surprised if CB and DM aren't the household flashy names that keep getting banded about.




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03 May 2021 17:08:11
The best time seemed to be today or tomorrow. Looks hectic after that. Maybe we'll get our first fixture to be played after the official season end, although other clubs directly involved in the top 4 run-in might argue that Liverpool would be at an advantage knowing results in advance.




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02 May 2021 13:46:42
There is tremendous support from manager to manager. They must converse very often besides just on matchdays and what we see or hear about. I think Klopp is a genuine guy and don't see any reason he'd present this angle for any particular reason if he didn't mean it.
I don't see any manager winning the league with Manchester United in the next few years, and that isn't a reflection on who is in charge now. City will add a world class striker next season, Chelsea are going from strength to strength and despite adding at least seven first team players this season Tuchel will add his own over summer. I suspect next season will be a scrap between those two. These things go in cycles, Utd were in one with great success over a long period and we were a bit spoilt, but it's someone else's turn now. At least we're not Arsenal, their fall from grace has been more alarming I'd say.


{Ed014's Note - very alarming but that’s what you get with owners with zero interest if football but rather just money.

The same reason you’ve been floundering around since 2013 and wasting a fortune in dosh.



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01 May 2021 18:40:28
Gonna go for Shaw here. We all know what Bruno can do and the side is pretty poor without him. But Shaw has stepped it up consistently, a complete transformation and a belated return to the player he was at Southampton which we have rarely seen.