Manchester United 18/19: finishing second best

Discussion in 'football' started by chilango, May 26, 2018.

  1. imposs1904

    imposs1904 Thread Killa'

    Genuine question: why does the Man Utd kit looks so fucking cheap? It looks like a knock-off you'd buy for 75 Turkish Lira when you're on holiday and you've had too much to drink.
     
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  2. Pickman's model

    Pickman's model Every man and every woman is a star

    Because it is fucking cheap and shoddy
     
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  3. imposs1904

    imposs1904 Thread Killa'

    I thought the teams nowadays got the 'bespoke' versions of kits which were out of the price range of the mere plebs who watch them?
     
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  4. Pickman's model

    Pickman's model Every man and every woman is a star

    So many United shirts have been flung into the crowd this season the board has decreed the team wear cheap knock offs to alleviate financial loss
     
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  5. The39thStep

    The39thStep Well-Known Member

    Odd day for results in the EPL , West Ham , Chelsea, Man City and Cardiff all lose at home .
     
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  6. chilango

    chilango Neither Westminster nor Brussels....

    That's more like it. :cool:

    Still a long way to go, but that was great to watch.
     
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  7. TruXta

    TruXta tired

    New manager bounce :thumbs:

    Reality will come crashing back soon :p
     
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  8. Eggby

    Eggby Well-Known Member

    Five goals for an attacking United team, seems like a long time since that happened, great stuff. Also, West Ham and Chelsea lost.
     
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  9. Eggby

    Eggby Well-Known Member

    And City :)
     
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  10. Favelado

    Favelado Half to the Tower, please.

    I hope he wins a few more and you give him the gig full time. It really has been a wonderful 2018.
     
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  11. shifting gears

    shifting gears Well-Known Member

  12. RD2003

    RD2003 Well-Known Member

    The Premier League has to be 'kept interesting' to satisfy the global customer base.
     
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  13. shifting gears

    shifting gears Well-Known Member

    Ah, the lizards
     
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  14. RD2003

    RD2003 Well-Known Member

    Not the lizards. Business. Profit. Etc.
     
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  15. T & P

    T & P |-o-| (-o-) |-o-|

    A question for Man U fans. I fully understand your revulsion about the prospect of Liverpool winning the league, but if it came to a choice between them and oil-and-blood money funded Man City, how many of you would choose City? At the end of the day they’re still massive rivals, and there is so much to be objected about their owners and funding...
     
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  16. The39thStep

    The39thStep Well-Known Member

    I think Utd supporters have their hands full of objecting to their own owners tbh.
     
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  17. chilango

    chilango Neither Westminster nor Brussels....

     
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  18. Wilf

    Wilf Meeting few of his KPIs

    I'd rather Liverpool won it. I like Klopp, don't particularly warm to Guardiola, but most of all for the 96.
     
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  19. Wilf

    Wilf Meeting few of his KPIs

    … oh, yeah, and because of that cunt Ramos. Liverpool are owed one.
     
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  20. chilango

    chilango Neither Westminster nor Brussels....

    :cool:

    Talk about a new manager bounce...
     
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  21. Pickman's model

    Pickman's model Every man and every woman is a star

    Pity they've not scored enough points for one since 1990.
     
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  22. Patteran

    Patteran A nowadays excuse

    City, all day. Tottenham if City bottle it. It's not revulsion in my circles, but there is an antipathy that goes both ways born of decades of hostile away trips & of genuine footballing rivalry.
     
  23. Wilf

    Wilf Meeting few of his KPIs

    ((((Technical issues))))
     
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  24. Wilf

    Wilf Meeting few of his KPIs

    To be honest, I always hated citeh more. North Manchester schools that were evenly split between red and blue, mass brawls in the yard and out of school - sort of sets something in your psyche. :cool:
     
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  25. Pickman's model

    Pickman's model Every man and every woman is a star

    That's why Leicester would be better winners than pretty much all the alternatives. Or Bournemouth
     
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  26. Wilf

    Wilf Meeting few of his KPIs

    Bournemouth knocked United out of the FA cup, 2-0 in 1984, so than can fuck off. And as for Leicester, I never really liked Frank Worthington's hair. Other than that, I tend to forgive and forget.
     
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  27. TruXta

    TruXta tired

    Not much of a rivalry - is it twice before in the PL era when we've even half threatened to win it? :D
     
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  28. Patteran

    Patteran A nowadays excuse

    Live north of the irwell now, but went to school west & south of it, & the split was more 70/30 - but consequently half my pals were/are blue. Closest I got to sectarian hatred was Leeds. But as a general feeling across Mancunian reds, I'd strongly suggest City viewed as the lesser of two (minor) evils as league champions.
     
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  29. Patteran

    Patteran A nowadays excuse

    Still scarred by 70s & 80s school days.
     
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  30. TruXta

    TruXta tired

    Fair fucks. Those were the days.... you neeeever waaaaaaalk aloooooone!
     
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