Discussion in 'football' started by chilango, May 26, 2018.
To be fair, the Glazer family have made inroads into the deficit too.
Chelsea should be due a decent patch around 35 years from now then!
Mourhino feels 'let down' by the club over the Pogba situation:
José Mourinho feels let down by Manchester United over Pogba situation
If he has said that its beginning to feel like the end game/taking hold of the story in terms of his departure. Maybe not 'gone by Christmas', but all parties will now be actively thinking about him going.
Antonio Valencia: Man Utd captain sorry for liking 'time for Mourinho to go' post
Nice little settlement for Jose and then off to sunnier shores
Then the new era...
Dump bitchy and get twitchy!
This just gets better and better by the day. I hope to god he doesn't get sacked any time soon!
Can't even rely on Jose to park the bus properly
Bruce would be a good replacement for old rednose
Steve Bruce sacked by Aston Villa
One day your dodging cabbages...
Cabbage thrown at Steve Bruce: Aston Villa & police hunt fan
The next you could be managing a load...
Quite frankly, I find this hilarity quite ... unseemly.
Anyway, never mind fake bombs undetected in Old Trafford, if security are failing to detect green vegetables football has just got too risky. What's next, sprouts lodged in Fellaini's hair? Worrying times.
Vegetables at Old Trafford? Well, there seem to be plenty of leeks...
Not to mention a few turnips
I knew if I sprouted that idea they would come.
I saw that story in the mirror. Yesterday it was 'will be sacked', today its 'may be sacked' - with other papers saying 'won't be sacked'. ((((journalism))))
Obviously this could all be speculation however Gary Neville made the point that both Moyes and Van Gaals sackings were leaked to the press shortly before they were told themselves.
Another record breaking season from Mou? Utd haven't lost at home to NUFC since the 70s apparently.
… maybe the mirror were right on Friday
Play up toon
Sure kevin keegan's really loving the score
Maybe today's the day...
This is the first Man Utd game I've watched live this season.
Former United boss David Moyes on BBC Radio 5 live: "If you were picking the fixtures for United in the first nine or 10 games, you're not playing City, United, Chelsea. I wonder with Jose's words the other day - 'let's wait until November' - I'd be very surprised if United weren't top of the league come the end of November."
The number of times players in red have given the ball to players in blue
I never used to watch united, now I do.
Give him time.
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