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Favourite player: Ole Gunner Solskjear


Best team moment: Champions league final 1999


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Manchester United Must Acquire an Appropriate Centre Back in the 2019 Summer Transfer Period

04 Feb 2019 12:44:48
{Ed's Note - Shappy has posted a new article entitled, Manchester United Must Acquire an Appropriate Centre Back in the 2019 Summer Transfer Period

Shappy

1.) 04 Feb 2019 14:02:08
I don't understand the issue with Bailly and Lindelof? They cost about £70-80m and were tracked by some of the top teams in Europe. Jones and Smalling were Fergies centre backs the last season when he won the title.

What United need is a good manager who gets the best out of the most expensive squad in the Premier League. If Solsjkaer can't someone else will.


2.) 04 Feb 2019 14:18:31
MK-i agree, I don’t think they’re as bad as people make out.


3.) 04 Feb 2019 15:22:22
Being a centre half pairing that won a league title several seasons ago (6?) Doesn't necessarily have any bearing on how they are today, not that I remotely rated them back then if I'm honest. I thought they were crap and are just even more crap now 😂.


4.) 04 Feb 2019 15:41:54
Bailey is decent, smalling is too prone to mistakes and is sometimes lazy. He is utd's "matip"


5.) 04 Feb 2019 17:22:08
Something is wrong here. who cares what or who united need in the summer. Couldn't care less about united.


6.) 04 Feb 2019 19:02:16
Well summed up magic. End of.


7.) 04 Feb 2019 22:38:39
And why do we care about what Utd do or don't do exactly?


 

 

Does Ole Gunnar Solskjaer have what it takes to be a permanent Manager of Manchester United

14 Jan 2019 12:39:51
{Ed's Note - Shappy has posted a new article entitled, Does Ole Gunnar Solskjaer have what it takes to be a permanent Manager of Manchester United

Shappy

1.) 14 Jan 2019 17:39:17
United have De GEa to thank for beating Spurs, which was a common theme (De Gea heroics) long before Solskjaer. Pogba was also fortunate not to see red for a knee-high challenge on Alli. The point is the luck is favoring United to a degree at the moment, as well as Solskjaer getting better performances from players (or players just playing better in absence of Mourinho) . However, this is the second article from a United fan pondering whether or not Solskjaer is the second coming. It is early days, he is doing well, but teams often have an early upturn in fortune when appointing a new manager. There is no way of knowing, right now, whether he provides any sort of long term solution.


2.) 14 Jan 2019 19:57:04
Spot on, Seano. Utd did play some good pass-move football at times esp. in the first half BUT if they play the way they did in the second half vs a team on form in front of goal, they will get hammered, DDG or not. OGS is riding the wave of euphoria and good will and sometimes, you can get the rub of the green that they did last night cos another ref sends Pogba off and no one says a word. His foot was way too high for someone trying to "protect the ball" and raked his studs on Alli's thigh and so he got away with one there. Whether OGS is the guy going forward, I don't know BUT if I were him and I can get top 4 at the end of the season, I would bail with my dignity and honor intact cos this team STILL has enormous holes in it.


3.) 14 Jan 2019 19:58:22
We’ve seen what a difference a good signing or two can make to a defence, if united get a top CB and keep De Gea, I think they’ve got the making of a good side.
Who will be at the helm is another matter.
At the very least, Solskjaer is perhaps showing that the job is not the poison chalice many thought it was.
I need to go and lie down, complimenting Man Utd 🤪.


4.) 14 Jan 2019 23:58:55
Utd have a pretty decent squad as it is. If they keep hold of Pogba and DDG while signing a CB like Koulibaly and a decent midfielder and fullbacks, they will challenge on all fronts next season imo.


5.) 15 Jan 2019 02:48:14
United have a sokid squad with aome fantastic players. Right manager can make them click. I hope they are at full tilt when we get to OT.


6.) 15 Jan 2019 12:54:52
Good move by utd. Solskjaer never had the talent of the attacking players at utd atm but he achieved a hell of a lot more. It kind of shames the current crop.

Plus you go from an unlikeable defensive manager to a likable attacking manager, its a no brainer. And if it doesn't work out, it's still good experience for ole in his managerial career.

They brought him in when utd had a run of very winnable games and that built momentum. Momentum is massive and then they beat spurs away. Thank you utd? Maybe?

To me it shows that those players weren't playing for Jose. What's next for mourino?


 

 

Is Solskjear a Clever Appointment by Manchester United?

19 Dec 2018 12:18:34
{Ed's Note - Shappy has posted a new article entitled, Is Solskjear a Clever Appointment by Manchester United?

Shappy

1.) 19 Dec 2018 12:48:29
I don't think he will get to grips with the like of Pogba lukaku and sanchez. Solskjaer seems like to much of a nice guy for them 3 players think they need a very strong manager and to get them 3 gone quick.


2.) 19 Dec 2018 13:21:10
I think soslkjaer had pogba in youth team at united so he may well be able to get his head back in the game.


3.) 19 Dec 2018 14:20:49
Didn’t Pogba leave on a free after his experience in the youth team? Probably not related but would suggest Pogba isn’t really listening to the likes of OGS.

{Ed002's Note - Pogba left after specific advice from two people.}


4.) 19 Dec 2018 16:17:48
Difficult to say but this seems wildly optimistic to be honest. Even if Solskjaer does unite the dressing room, which is by no means a certainty, there is absolutely nothing to suggest he will be able to play the football their fans want to see whilst at the same time getting results. The main brunt of Shappy's argument seems to be to offload the trouble causers - if that is the case why is Solskjaer necessary? Surely United can offload them without his help?

It may well work out but I think, above all else, it is a massive risk for a club the size of United and one I am surprised they have taken. Time will tell - if he starts off quickly it will look like a masterstroke but if the struggles continue then the long term impact could be even greater.


5.) 19 Dec 2018 16:39:00
Pogba thought he was bigger than Mourinho so what chance has Ole got?
Ridiculous appointment made on the premise that it can’t get any worse so let’s give it a go.


6.) 19 Dec 2018 17:53:17
I think it’s an awful appointment to distract the fans, Jose and wasn’t doing great but he was the best option. I keep hearing BS about doing better with the team which to an extent is true but in all honesty the only player who would have got a sniff at another top side is De Gea and now the other sides don’t really need a keeper, Jose is t blame for some of the issues but he was the best f a bad situation, Oles record is less than convincing bar his first spell at Molde a subpar league. I only see things getting worse, however they'll beat Cardiff and everything will be fine and dandy again.


7.) 19 Dec 2018 18:25:20
All I know is that you need real testicular fortitude to manage a club like ManU (history, size, popularity, global presence, players and all other pressures) . Not a job for just any manager. Maybe Solskjaer has it.

My opinion is that he doesn't.

And if Zidane is truly the front runner (supposedly), then why not just bring him in now? Is he too busy sitting, knitting at home?


8.) 19 Dec 2018 19:50:25
Wasnt he known as the supersub because he would watch the game from the bench and then come on and exploit the weaknesses he had spotted?


9.) 19 Dec 2018 23:08:34
Cesar, have to disagree mate. De Gea, Matic, Pogba, Sanchez, Rashford, Lingard. all top players IMO

The major problem isn’t the lack of talent in the squad (although their defence is weak), it’s that they don’t have a clear playing style/ identity or team ethic. When people aren’t on the same page or inspired, and being constantly criticised, then they won’t be commited or perform at their best, and Mourinho was a big part of that.

I don’t think Ole is the answer, but if Klopp was in charge of that squad they’d have a clear playing style, a cohesive squad and be challenging top 4 at least, if not better.

{Ed0333's Note - I vehemently agree with everything you say mate.


 

 

Is Jose Mourinho doing a good job at Manchester United

19 Mar 2018 12:41:23
{Ed's Note - Shappy has posted a new article entitled, Is Jose Mourinho doing a good job at Manchester United

Shappy

1.) 19 Mar 2018 15:01:19
I hate Moaninho and I hope he never manages my beloved LFC.


2.) 19 Mar 2018 15:26:27
with the players at his disposal no, however he could still win the fa cup which would be another trophy to add to his personal collection as I get the feeling he couldn't care less about man utd and would be out of there like a shot if psg came calling.


3.) 19 Mar 2018 15:35:09
That was a good read Shappy. If I was a Utd fan I'd want him out immediately, he's poison, sure he can get results but he's not the only man who can do that.

He's an absolute spanner and like you say a bully, I have no respect for people like that and even if I was a united fan i wouldn't care if he won the lot, I wouldn't want him as manager. He has you playing boring football week in week out, he's not as good as some people think.

For you right now, I don't think it's time to sack him but he should definitely be gone come the end of the season, I just don't see that happening, I think you'll be stuck with him for another season or so.


4.) 19 Mar 2018 17:46:41
KK, I would not want that poison of a manager at LFC no matter what second rate trophy (his words, not mine) he wins. He is simply a cancer wherever he goes now and tho he'll win a trophy here and there, I would gladly not have him anywhere near LFC cos the Trump-like baggage he brings is poison and causes destruction wherever he goes and after all types of turbulence at this club for the past decade, I would just like a period where we all go out, cheer our team with no drama post game.


5.) 19 Mar 2018 19:29:12
I remember when he first came to the premiership he was like a breath of fresh air, he was funny and aragont but his style of football was good and exciting. But he has gone to big clubs with extensive buying power, Chelsea spent over £300m in his first term then Real, spent £200m in his first year got run out of Real then Inter, £150m in his first year left for Chelsea again spent £200m got run out again now utd. £350m since he joined them played some of the most boring football I have seen in years. He has a squad that should be challenging for every honour in the game but stiffles the players, won't let them play to their strengths and then when thing don't go his way he bullies players and then has a major rant. Blame everybody else except him self. Thank God we went for rafa in 2005 instead of mourino, would want him any where near our club, by the way good read shappy.


6.) 19 Mar 2018 21:16:35
Deisered, spot on. Rafa's time had run it's course and Rick Parry has committed a lot of sins during his time at LFC BUT I will be forever grateful for not letting that classless, poisonous bully at the Toilet, anywhere near our club at the time.


7.) 19 Mar 2018 21:34:25
Nice read shappy but feel like I need to pick up a couple of points.

You seem to think lesser clubs like us and and spurs are happy to play nice football and not win, crap we want to win every year if you win with style even better but winning is what it's all about i would take any type of league win no matter the style.

It's only when your not winning that style becomes important hence utds fansobsession with Liverpool style under klopp and utds lack of style under jose, remember there was a time when we looked at Utd with that slightly patronising look so don't bother go ing down that road.

Second i could go through your whole team but i won't just a couple all I hear is what klopp or pep would do the your players lukaku being the main one how much he could score.

Lukaku wouldn't get within a mile of a klopp or pep team he has not the movement technical ability or tactical awareness to play for either manager i laugh when i think of the damage he would do to either front three.

He has a manager that plays quick long ball to the front at Utd that's his strength flick one hold up play for the runners. he's with a manager who should be able to get the best out of him already, and in no way would he thrive under either manager. look how klopp handled benteke.

Will just touch on pobga your greatest manager let him go without a second thought, maybe the best manager of all time could see he hasn't the right attitude or mentality to play at the top. this cannot be coached its why Fergie let him go would he do any better under klopp or pep maybe he wouldn't sulk as much under them, as they would use him better but would doubt if his work rate would get him a game with either manager. both managers are not big fans of players with less than a top work ethic.

I won't go as most of the players that jose has bought are not really the type either manager would target because of totally contrasting styles if football.

And just for fun the one player that pep did want showed for all his talk of wanting to win medals he went for the money, take a bow mr sanchez that was a surprise but i betcha peps's not losing much sleep over that now.


8.) 19 Mar 2018 23:13:26
Mourinho isn't the same guy he was 12 years ago, he's become much more cynical. But what everyone is overlooking is that Utd are having, by a margin, their best season since Ferguson left. Utd fans want their cake and to eat it, he's improved the team, he's improved results but everyone's upset because he's done it the 'wrong' way. I think Utd would be crazy to ask Mourinho at the moment.


9.) 20 Mar 2018 07:20:25
I hope he’s runner up in league and FA cup as that will convince the board to keep him on for his proper melt-down season - 3 😄.


 

 

11 Mar 2018 17:38:00
You guys make me laugh, you sing "You'll never walk alone" then turn on your players after every defeat.

Little hypocritical don't you think?

Maybe you should change the lyrics to "you'll never walk alone unless your crap then you can do one".

United played better on the day, end of.

Jose set his team up to nullify your front three as he realised that beyond your excellent forward line you have a functional but uninspiring midfield, a creaking defence and a couple of rodeo clowns in goal.

You need to stop signing players from Southampton, bar Mane who has been excellent all your other signings from Southampton have been poor. You can't keep signing mid table players and expect them to step up to become world class players.

Oh wait what about Mario Lemina? Lol.

If you are to improve you need to create a defence that doesn't panic and good at the slightest amount of pressure. A midfielder who can step up and create something when the forward line is struggling, and a keeper who can command his area and not make silly mistakes.

Some of those players might need to be bought in, but some might step up from your academy. That is unless you run those kids out of town like I'm seeing happen with Trent Alexander-Arnold.

You'll never walk alone, don't make me laugh. Lol.

Shappy

1.) 11 Mar 2018 18:07:29
i agree with some of this but your ending is just pure hating so i then think your not really being real

liverpool do have a lot of issues with defenders and goalkeepers, plan b and winning from behind
but its all part of the process to build a solid team to win things

i do believe have to have a lot of luck to finish 4th -they need spurs and especially chelsea to drop points and not lose away at stamford bridge that's crucial
as they still have everton to contend with and some tough teams away so liverpool need a lot of luck right now.


2.) 11 Mar 2018 18:09:11
What a waste of a minute that was reading such dross. Get over yourselves mate you haven't exactly won the league have you, you beat us, that's all there is to it, it happens, it's football.


3.) 11 Mar 2018 18:18:18
"don't make me laugh. Lol. "

Too late. Sorry.


4.) 11 Mar 2018 18:18:43
I agree with you on what people are saying about Alexander-Arnold, they need to look at themselves. Young players have off-days and they'll never develop if you immediately discard them afterwards (someone said he's been a liability for a few weeks, what games was he watching? ) . That sort of stuff pressured Klopp into dropping Karius after his first few games and then saddling us with another season of Mignolet conceding against any shot that wasn't straight at him.

But other than that, your post is laughable. So we effectively have only three worthwhile players and our transfer policy is laughable? Suggest you look at your own house then mate because you've really been no better than us over the season. You must only have three worthwhile players too.


5.) 11 Mar 2018 18:22:15
Absolute loser, that was the most pointless post ever and typical of you mancs being obsessed with us. I bet you know more about Liverpool's history than you do your own club. Get out of that Egyptian river and admit you support Liverpool. I absolutely can't stand people like you, and this is being polite.


6.) 11 Mar 2018 18:24:17
Well Salah mate you guys would be the experts on not winning the EPL. lol. If we finish higher than we did last season then that is progress, if its enough is up for debate. We added a couple of trophies to our cabinet last season and we are still in two cups this season with a manager who has won more cup competitions than any other manager currently still managing. So anything can happen yet.

I would like to hear your opinions though on singing "you'll never walk alone" then coming onto a site like this and do nothing but slag the whole team off, especially a young 18 year old homegrown lad.


7.) 11 Mar 2018 18:34:45
Let them enjoy there moment guys as they won there cup final yesterday, are trouble is when the poor teams don’t attack us we struggle to break them down, we need to find a way to get beyond the negative teams and when we do take our chances, hasn’t been the best of weekends for us but it’s only one game and I’m sure come the seasons end we’ll be nicely placed in the top 4. ps good luck against Sevilla on Tuesday you may just need it!


8.) 11 Mar 2018 18:38:19
I think shappy has a point, a lot of the fans on here are either massively up or massively down. You’re going to win the League or you’re all doomed. Not all of you, we have a good craic with a couple, Irish Rover always talks sense but some of you are over emotional. You have played some stunning football this year and I love to see home grown players getting a chance, so to blaming one of your own for a defeat is a bit shallow.

I love that United and Liverpool are both improving, I look forward to a head to head for may years to come, but you do all need to chill out.


9.) 11 Mar 2018 18:43:30
That was the most cobatructive analysis I've read on here in a long time. Just didn't need to be laced with cynicism tho lol manU executed their gameplan better. As we've seen this year, it is only neccessary to have average players to turn up and execute that plan to beat us. But alas there are bo moral victories and Im certainly not claiming one!


10.) 11 Mar 2018 18:49:41
I agree with you in regards to people slagging off the lad, completely agree and it's out of order but the rest of your post (s) are absolutely pointless, your speaking nonsense, but if it makes you feel better you carry on. It's laughable more then anything. Your just making yourself look pretty stupid mate.


11.) 11 Mar 2018 18:52:51
In Istanbul, if you think your being polite calling someone an "absolute loser" then me and you have very different ideas on manners. Lol.

If you honestly believe no Liverpool supporters would venture into the United page had you won yesterday then your the one in denial.

I came on here and asked a genuine question. How can you sing about always supporting eachother then come on here and rip chunks out of your players? How can you not see the hypocrisy in that?

Still waiting for a real reply.


12.) 11 Mar 2018 19:13:25
Boomerynwa, We don't consider beating Liverpool as a cup final, we've been to three cup finals in the last three years and won them all. So we consider cup finals cup finals. You know the ones where you get a trophy.

I'll hold m hands up I did come on here with half an eye on a fishing trip, many of you have been kindly obliging. However, I am asking a serious question, and one many of you have avoided answering.

So I'll ask you directly as someone who has "ynwa" in your sign-off, do you think it is hypocritical to sing to your players that you will always support them, to then go slag them off 90 minutes later on the internet and social media?

If you want to slag them off then fine, but don't lie to them and sing them songs of how you will always support them.


13.) 11 Mar 2018 19:20:19
I don't see why you are coming on here taking the moral high ground. It wasn't that long ago United fans were booing their team. Did the slip your little mind?


14.) 11 Mar 2018 19:28:53
Stoke with money played to their strengths with a flat back ten and won. It's a simple as that. There defence was better than our attack. However it will got to a point this season that Stoke with money will have that back fire on them and conceed and not be able to get the goals back.


15.) 11 Mar 2018 19:33:32
The OP makes a good point, football supporters who slag off their own players after a bad game are pathetic, as is the OP in his subsequent posts where he admits to trying to wind up Liverpool supporters, pathetic. Get a life mate!


16.) 11 Mar 2018 19:49:01
Kimuraking, not sure I can translate your post into English but if you think we are Stoke with money then you are blinkered. You might want to think about your (not you’re) spelling mate.


17.) 11 Mar 2018 19:51:23
Shappy mate who have I slagged off? I haven’t said a word about anyone. I support my team players managers etc. I think you need to speak to whoever you are looking for to get your answers mate!


18.) 11 Mar 2018 19:52:13
The fact is Shappy it is hypocritical to sing YNWA one minuet then say what some have been saying the next. That's the answer to your question. So those that do critise can carry on singing a song about hope and determination that is still the best club song ever, and be hypocrites whilst doing it and United fans can carry on singing about Lukaku's giant slong whilst not being hypocrites and wishing they had it. End of.


19.) 11 Mar 2018 20:25:30
Awfully sorry Shappy. I did not realise the construction of my hastily typed messages vexed you so old bean. I will try in the future to proof read my messages, as I would hate to think you're (happy with that, oh good) struggling to read them . It really did not cross my mind that there, their and they're, or for that matter your and you're would really make much of a difference in reading when you're (did I get it right again, oh marvellous) posting on a football rumour site. I will endever to do better.


20.) 11 Mar 2018 20:26:28
I think with criticising a player there is a very thin line between fair criticism and bullying. I mean, naming no names there have been some players in the past who simply were not good enough to play at the top level that we aspire to reach. You have to have some right to exercise discontent at having such players in your team, but at the same time, the kind of hatred that gets directed towards young lads like Karius and TAA after one or two bad games is crazy and unreasonable (and embarrassing), then you have the disgraceful death threats to Lovren.

As for United, I don't see this year as an improvement at all for them (regardless of finishing in a better position in the league), unless they can win some silverware. Finishing 2nd having played really defensively and being over 10 points behind your city rivals is nothing to smile about. The fact is, United have been on a steep decline ever since they lost one of the best managers ever in football. If anyone was going to stop that decline you would think it would be Mourinho, but all I have seen is defensive tactics, excuses from the manager and no threat of challenging for the league. This is Manchester United we are talking about, they should be competing for the league each year - anything less is a big failure.


21.) 11 Mar 2018 20:28:02
Awfully sorry my last post should have been to AJH not Shappy. Grevious error on my part. And I am so humbly sorry.


22.) 11 Mar 2018 20:37:32
I've never gone to another team's page because I support LFC and couldn't care less what fans of other clubs think or say. I don't understand why people go to other team's sites or why anyone cares what other fans think. I only care about LFC.

{Ed025's Note - thats a bit insular stone, i feel its fine to hear other posters views on my team as it gives a fairer reflection on how the team is viewed by people without red tinted specs mate, but everyone to their own i suppose..


23.) 11 Mar 2018 20:52:50
It's fine them coming here but when they speak nonsense it's pointless. At least speak and have something to debate instead of spouting absolute rubbish. BUT they all can't be like you Ed25, for an Everton fan your absolutely sound as a pound mate and are simply honest when you speak whether it be about Everton or about Liverpool, I respect that.

{Ed025's Note - i agree that sometimes you will get trolls who spout crap salah but that happens on every forum, there are some good posters on other sites and for me its healthy to hear from opposing fans mate...cheers..


24.) 11 Mar 2018 21:05:54
I’m with stone 👍.


25.) 11 Mar 2018 20:50:20
I take you point, Lallana (signed from Southampton of course) was awful yesterday when he came on wasn’t he? You make some valid points and then ruin your post with utter nonsense and typical mank sore-winner attitude. You won, enjoy it instead of going on another teams page and shouting off like your own team has no issues.


26.) 11 Mar 2018 20:51:43
Coming from an Manchester United fan! The irony! I do visit your page when you lose to read your posts! Trust me this page is 300% better!


27.) 11 Mar 2018 20:44:53
It wasn't that long ago Utd fans were booing their own team. People in glass houses shouldn't throw stones.

Man Utd fans booing Lukaku


28.) 11 Mar 2018 20:57:01
I’m with you on this Stone. I’m not interested in whining mancs, bitter blues, or the plastics. I’m interested in our team and how we are improving and who is playing. I’m quite happy to leave the other team’s sites to their fans. It was an unfortunate result but onwards and upwards. Watford next!


29.) 11 Mar 2018 21:46:10
This is hilarious, I came on here to ask a serious question and have a little banter.

To those who have admitted the hypocrisy of singing to players that they will always support them only to slay them off 90 minutes later I thank you.

To those either unprepared to accept that or unable to grasp the concept thank you and goodnight. X.

{Ed002's Note - The Liverpool fans have no idea what banter is Shappy.}


30.) 11 Mar 2018 21:48:15
Spot on, Stone. Don't care what other teams do so don't care what they say and if their are going to come over and debate us here, they'd better have some good points to lay out instead of lecturing us on how to run our club and TW strategy whereas on their side, they have a hypocrite of a manager who destroys his own players, plays stone age football most of the time and has won the very trophies he himself called, 3rd rate or losers' trophies when lfc was winning them in the past. They are now even calling the Charity Shield a trophy now and calling their "trophy haul" last season as "The Treble. Fergie is spitting into his whisky having heard that nonsense. The hypocrisy is staggering.

Fact of the matter is that Utd are nowhere near City any more than LFC are and this is after outspending us well over the odds since Mou and Klopp arrived. We finished comfortably ahead of them last season YET they wanna counter act that with them winning losers' trophies (their fans', Fergie's and Mou's words, not mine) which is nonsense. To me, we are in the same boat and that should worry Utd more than LFC cos they are the ones being embarrassed by their former "noisy neighbors" who are now, not even in the same zipcode as they are.


31.) 11 Mar 2018 22:41:37
The funny thing is that Shappy could easily have been one of the thousands and maybe even millions of Liverpool fans around the world who were slagging off FSG for selling our best stars and not replacing coutinho hahahahahahahahahaha.


32.) 12 Mar 2018 00:27:20
Top bants there mate, top bants. Bare bants, in fact.

I'm all for engaging with fans of other teams 025, but when all they want to do is act like a rodent, nibbling at your ankles, you just want to stand on them. If they want to act more like a lion and be graceful, you tend to have an inclination to treat them in kind.

It's all a matter of perspective really - stand on a rat, give respect to a lion.

{Ed025's Note - i was not talking about trolls WRKD who just spout rubbish, i was referring to the decent posters who may have a different perspective and unbiased view on the game mate..


33.) 12 Mar 2018 09:56:57
I guess my point is Ed I don't understand the trolling. To come to another site and offer some substantial analysis or ask a genuine question is one thing, to go to another site just to be abnoxious and rub it in is quite another. I don't do a good job of explaining myself sometimes. Sorry.

{Ed002's Note - Generally people who do that on the Liverpool page get abused - I deleted a mess of that rubbish later. Banter doesn't work with the Liverpool fans as they just don't get it.}


34.) 12 Mar 2018 10:13:31
I been on the other pages and was genuinely surprised at how little traffic there was particulary during the transfer windows. this page goes nuts all year round. think it is something to do with being starved off winning things, making the wolves do crazy things!

back to the OP, didn't even think it was that bad. had he not made himself out to be a manU supporter, most of ya would either have agreed with him or not even battered an eye lid at his comments.

There will always be moral inequivalencies between his point and reality. but isn't that the point of banter! so banter back people lol don't take things so seriously! not like he came out campaigning for FSG or Klopp to get out. I mean, he's not a liverpool fan after all. think about it :)


35.) 12 Mar 2018 14:11:42
This is all a bit sad. TAA was not to blame as the coach and more experienced players let him down. All clubs have fans who spout nonsense about players. I think we can all agree that both teams need to focus on their own weaknesses and to be honest there’s plenty for both to work at.

United have bragging rights over this game and should now finish 2nd, I happen to think their most important result of the season was recovering to beat Palace, without that their confidence would not have been so high going into the game versus us and so yesterday and Tuesday would have been a great deal harder for them. They are more of a team without Pogba so that’s a headache for them, we are less of a team without Henderson, I still don’t understand why he played in midweek instead of yesterday.

Anyway neither of our seasons will be of any real note unless we win the UCL, a bridge too far for both squads methinks, enjoy the ride while we are still in it and we still need to secure a top 4 slot so plenty to play for. Realistically we are both now playing for consolidation status into next years UCL and to set up a better league campaign next season. Everything else is just spouting partisan hot air until the 26th May
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11 Jul 2018 12:07:41
Why is no one asking the obvious question? Why is Shaqiri available for only 12-14m? Nearly all players go for at least slightly more than their worth in the current market. So if he is available for that much it must be because no one else in interested in signing him.

Also I would seriously question the logic of bringing in a player "for cover" who has a notorious bad attitude especially when he isn't first choice. Surely its obvious that it will end badly.

Also he is known for being lazy and he lacks drive to do the defensive work, how will that fit into Klopps system?

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11 Mar 2018 21:46:10
This is hilarious, I came on here to ask a serious question and have a little banter.

To those who have admitted the hypocrisy of singing to players that they will always support them only to slay them off 90 minutes later I thank you.

To those either unprepared to accept that or unable to grasp the concept thank you and goodnight. X.

Shappy

{Ed002's Note - The Liverpool fans have no idea what banter is Shappy.}


 

 

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11 Mar 2018 21:30:30
Hey, all fans are as bad as eachother when it comes to slagging off their own players.

However, only one group of fans sing that they will always support those players before slagging them off.

The point is anyone who has ever stood in Anfield and sung "you'll never walk alone" then gone on to slay those players off is a massive hypocrite and a lair.

Some United fans have booed Smalling and many other United players. They just didn't sing to them that they would always support them beforehand.

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11 Mar 2018 19:13:25
Boomerynwa, We don't consider beating Liverpool as a cup final, we've been to three cup finals in the last three years and won them all. So we consider cup finals cup finals. You know the ones where you get a trophy.

I'll hold m hands up I did come on here with half an eye on a fishing trip, many of you have been kindly obliging. However, I am asking a serious question, and one many of you have avoided answering.

So I'll ask you directly as someone who has "ynwa" in your sign-off, do you think it is hypocritical to sing to your players that you will always support them, to then go slag them off 90 minutes later on the internet and social media?

If you want to slag them off then fine, but don't lie to them and sing them songs of how you will always support them.

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11 Mar 2018 18:52:51
In Istanbul, if you think your being polite calling someone an "absolute loser" then me and you have very different ideas on manners. Lol.

If you honestly believe no Liverpool supporters would venture into the United page had you won yesterday then your the one in denial.

I came on here and asked a genuine question. How can you sing about always supporting eachother then come on here and rip chunks out of your players? How can you not see the hypocrisy in that?

Still waiting for a real reply.

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11 Mar 2018 18:24:17
Well Salah mate you guys would be the experts on not winning the EPL. lol. If we finish higher than we did last season then that is progress, if its enough is up for debate. We added a couple of trophies to our cabinet last season and we are still in two cups this season with a manager who has won more cup competitions than any other manager currently still managing. So anything can happen yet.

I would like to hear your opinions though on singing "you'll never walk alone" then coming onto a site like this and do nothing but slag the whole team off, especially a young 18 year old homegrown lad.

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