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    Firing Blanks in Spain ... with RVP missing a penalty and Fellaini being red carded broke our record its been a long time since our lads got a RED!

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    I never liked Fellaini. I think it's a mistake to bring him to United.
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    I never like DM....I think it's the biggest mistake to bring him to United :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Kahuna View Post
    I never like DM....I think it's the biggest mistake to bring him to United :lol:
    Hence we celebrate when we lose now
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zaknafein View Post
    Hence we celebrate when we lose now
    Not celebrate lah...will feel down too if they didn't do well...I am worry it might even cost us a CL spot next year.....and there is nothing we can do about it other than ranting and shouting it here :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Kahuna View Post
    Not celebrate lah...will feel down too if they didn't do well...I am worry it might even cost us a CL spot next year.....and there is nothing we can do about it other than ranting and shouting it here :lol:
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    Champion's League - All English Clubs won handsomely except our beloved Red Devils!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hitman View Post
    Champion's League - All English Clubs won handsomely except our beloved Red Devils!!

    Haiz....
    Only Consolation is we are still unbeaten... Top the table... with 4 games played 2 win and 2 draw...

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    We shall be confident to go on to the next stage and hopefully by then the whole team has mastered the art of winning, whether it is winning by one goal or a bigger margin, we MU loyalties will still be happy. The defense needs to gather confidence and strength for sure. Strikers needs to score. Midfielders needs to help in defending as well. Goal-keeper don't make silly mistakes. The motto is even if the chips are down, don't lose heart and preserve and encourage each other team players. We are not afraid of any team or players, take it come what may. MU all the way.

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    Another big match coming up at 12midnight ...

    MAN UTD V ARSENAL

    Time to Secure another 3pts!

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    United 1 Arsenal 0

    Robin van Persie's superb header accounted for Barclays Premier League leaders Arsenal and catapulted Manchester United firmly into the title race on a tense afternoon at Old Trafford.

    Closing the gap to 5points within the leaders!

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    It's a victory but I'm not happy with the performance. Arsenal has got 60% possession in the second half, and were camped in the United half for long periods of time, for a moment, I thought we were playing in Highbury.

    Nevertheless, a win is still a win, hope the lads can keep up the winning streak.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hitman View Post
    It's a victory but I'm not happy with the performance. Arsenal has got 60% possession in the second half, and were camped in the United half for long periods of time, for a moment, I thought we were playing in Highbury.

    Nevertheless, a win is still a win, hope the lads can keep up the winning streak.
    Well... Tottenham, Man C also have more possession in their match.... ultimately, they lost... and Arsenal too....

    Man U win and I felt they have turned on the corner since Stoke win.... and they have been on a uplift since...

    The 60% in second half was because Vidic was sub and Jones was pushed back to Central Defense....

    Only then, did Ozil and Company get more chances to see the ball... if Vidic was not injured... it will be different... and Man U tend to play counter attack against Arsenal.... so it is not unexpected.....

    I do hope Man U can go on a streak and get back to the top of the league.....

    I feel DM is slowly getting to know how to use his players, and there's much positive to take from this game... this was a on form Arsenal Team.....

    Three points is all the matters, and Man U at least is keeping in touch with the leaders...
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    Quote Originally Posted by melvin View Post
    United 1 Arsenal 0

    Robin van Persie's superb header accounted for Barclays Premier League leaders Arsenal and catapulted Manchester United firmly into the title race on a tense afternoon at Old Trafford.

    Closing the gap to 5points within the leaders!

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    It was a good game.... Jones can play Defensive Mid well... and he totally silence Arsenal Mid with Carrick..... good game, and Kagawa did play well too.....

    Since Stoke game, Man U have been picking up well... just hope they will also travel well.....

    And get more goals..... goal differences is a problem.... especially every game is so tight now..... it could end up with goal differences again this year.....
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    I dont watch many united games nowadays because of other commitments. But I am always interested in how kagawa played. On the odd occasion where I get to watch united games and he plays, he doesn't seem to play well or have much impact.

    Is that due to my unlearned eye or is he a player like Carrick where if you dont spot him, it likely means he's doing a sterling job?

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    Quote Originally Posted by richiemccaw1 View Post
    I dont watch many united games nowadays because of other commitments. But I am always interested in how kagawa played. On the odd occasion where I get to watch united games and he plays, he doesn't seem to play well or have much impact.

    Is that due to my unlearned eye or is he a player like Carrick where if you dont spot him, it likely means he's doing a sterling job?
    Most of the time, when we see soccer game on tv, they focus on the action, and those off the ball movement are not captured....

    In this game, Kagawa played well, and he have lots of movement, pulling defenders away, and creating opening for Evra to bomb forward, while also, chasing and playing a high pressure game, and he track back a lot in this game too.... he had a few moment to create opening with Rooney too, but they did not have the understanding, and missed a few chance when he drifted in the no. 10 position....

    One of the reason why Young get a lot of games was he was willing to track back to help the defense, and I see Kagawa doing like wise too now.... I am not sure if I am right, but I felt that Kagawa seems to have bulk up a bit compared to last year..... I will not be surprised, as I thought DM like players to have strength, and also, toughest.... Kagawa was pretty light weight when he first come and was a "push over"... but he does seems to do well now... and hope he continues to do well...

    If you just look at stats, it does not tell a story... like Jones... no assist, no goal, but he marked Ozil out of this game, just like in Real Madrid against Ronaldo and Spurs with Bale...... how important was he?? I hope they put him in Defensive Midfield......

    I just think Man U wasted money on the big Belgium..... felt he was too slow..... but of course, I have not seen him played long enough to assess him.....

    Everyone look at things differently, and our understanding, knowledge are different too..... don't be too bothered by it and just enjoy the game.....
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    1 of man utd coaches rene maulensteen has just left and went to fulham as head coach. Hes been working with fergie for 10 yrs... This issnt good for united at all
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zaknafein View Post
    1 of man utd coaches rene maulensteen has just left and went to fulham as head coach. Hes been working with fergie for 10 yrs... This issnt good for united at all
    He left because DM brought his own people to MU... and along with the whole Man U coach....

    Well.... I just hope losing Carrick will not be a big issue for Man U....
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    Lose carrick? U mean he will be sold soon?
    If he is, i dun think it will be a loss to man u honestly speaking.
    I never felt he contributed much anyway... Hes like the king of side passing. Like quickly give the ball to someone else so he dun lose the ball
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    Agree with Zak...that's why he stayed so healthy. ..I preferred Anderson but he seems just can stay fit for more that 1 mth...so midfield is still the weakest link imo and contributing to many goal leaking too since opponent can press higher...

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