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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Kahuna View Post
    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...
    Ya i prefer anderson too. Hes might not be the typical brazilian technical player but i feel hes quite aggresive in winning balls.

    My vote goes to eiher anderson, fellaini or cleverly for this position
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    I would prefer Anderson than Fellaini. Fellaini has not performed to expectations so far since his arrival. What role is he playing in DM plans, I seriously have no idea. He is tall but slow. Did he score any goals? Red card confirmed has one. After the countries obligations, the players will be hungry to score in EPL. Look out for high scores this weekend. We shall beat Cardiff with RVP, Rooney and Kagawa leading the pack.....Go Go Go MU Go.

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    After a week of internationals we are back to the BPL

    Sunday we are travel to Cardiff to collect our next opts.
    CARDIFF V MAN UTD
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    Macheda rejoins Doncaster

    Manchester United and Doncaster Rovers have agreed a loan deal for Italian striker Federico Macheda until 31 December.


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    Cardiff 2-2 man u
    How did the match went? Anyone here watch the match?
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    Cardiff scored the equaliser at the 90th minute, and Rooney should have scored in the 3rd minute of stoppage time.... if it was RVP, he would have taken the shot instead of trying to square to Welbeck and wasted the opportunity. We lacked the killer instinct.
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    I just saw the highlights, and i think it was ok to square it to wellback (welback was well open). Just that he had mis-que that important pass.

    If he had decided to take a shot, he might have mis-que it too.
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    Wellbeck day is numbered imo...he "gelek" too much and lacks the killer instinct a striker should have.....in this dept.....I prefer Chicharito....if you look at top player...they can win you a match almost single handly....there isn't many in the team nowaday...

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    Its CL time again! With Arsenal winning and Chelsea losing this morning...

    it will be our game tml morning in Germany away to BAYER LEVERKUSEN at 3.45am local time... a tough game but we should prevail...

    Started off with Van Persie and Vidic miss out

    And the plane carrying players and coaching staff forced to abort landing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Kahuna View Post
    Wellbeck day is numbered imo...he "gelek" too much and lacks the killer instinct a striker should have.....in this dept.....I prefer Chicharito....if you look at top player...they can win you a match almost single handly....there isn't many in the team nowaday...
    I agree with u totally. Welback started out with good strikes and finishing. But dun see much of that from him nowadays. As a striker, welback is def lacking in it.

    Chicharito is def better as a striker: better positioning, better finish, and a more intelligent player overall.

    For attacking players, usually i prefer non-english as i feel english players are always "stiff". Im not sure why but im guessing is it the way they were trained in their academy. They are just not as good techniques as players from italy, spain etc...

    I also liked macheda killer instincts but i guess hes still not there yet. Im hoping he wont get sold before he reaches tat level, but i got a bad feeling he will be.
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    To be honest I really dont know why they are still playing Welbeck. If he's a striker who isnt scoring, then he shouldnt be playing. I just cant see any other value he's bringing to the team when hes not scoring, unlike Wazzzzza.

    At the very least Chicharito will keep the defence honest with his speed and poacher's mentality. I would have a space for someone like that in my team anytime.

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    BAYER LEVERKUSEN 0
    MANCHESTER UNITED 5
    VALENCIA (22), SPAHIC OG (30), EVANS (66), SMALLING (77), NANI (88)

    This is the real Man Utd! Scoring and clean sheets ...

    Can we just maintain the same in the BPL? Zzz...

    Team:

    De Gea; Smalling, Ferdinand, Evans, Evra (Büttner 70); Valencia (Young 80), Jones, Giggs, Kagawa, Nani; Rooney (Anderson 80).

    Subs: Lindegaard, Cleverley, Hernandez, Welbeck.

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    Good job!
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    I did not watch the match.... but think they should just deploy Jones in DMC.... seems to be working it out as a young and energetic runner who destroy the passes and pair up with Giggs..... who control the pace of the game, while Kawaga in his favorite no. 10 role..... excelled.....

    Just wish Man U form in EPL can improve...
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    Sometimes I really don't understand.. they beat Leverkusen 5-0 but draw against Cardiff 2-2.. Sigh.

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    FULL-TIME:
    TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR 2 (WALKER 18, SANDRO 53)
    MANCHESTER UNITED 2 (ROONEY 32, 56 pen.)

    Struggle again ....... Coming back from behind twice!

    Team:
    De Gea; Smalling, Vidic, Evans, Evra; Valencia, Cleverley, Jones, Kagawa, Welbeck; Rooney.
    Subs: Lindegaard, Hernandez, Nani, Rafael, Young, Fellaini, Anderson.

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    As the league progresses, I don't have the confidence that we'll retain the Premiership crown this season. Haiz...
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    Why am i not surprised at all :/
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    Tight Schedule ahead

    04 Dec Barclays Premier League Everton
    07 Dec Barclays Premier League Newcastle United
    10 Dec UEFA Champions League Shakhtar Donets
    15 Dec Barclays Premier League Aston Villa
    18 Dec Capital One Cup Stoke City
    21 Dec Barclays Premier League West Ham United
    26 Dec Barclays Premier League Hull City
    28 Dec Barclays Premier League Norwich City

    9 games this month ...
    And with the inconsistently inconsistent 'top' teams in the league ... can't wait to see the table at the end of dec...

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    Quote Originally Posted by melvin View Post
    Tight Schedule ahead

    04 Dec Barclays Premier League Everton
    07 Dec Barclays Premier League Newcastle United
    10 Dec UEFA Champions League Shakhtar Donets
    15 Dec Barclays Premier League Aston Villa
    18 Dec Capital One Cup Stoke City
    21 Dec Barclays Premier League West Ham United
    26 Dec Barclays Premier League Hull City
    28 Dec Barclays Premier League Norwich City

    9 games this month ...
    And with the inconsistently inconsistent 'top' teams in the league ... can't wait to see the table at the end of dec...
    yes, this promises to be an exciting title race this season
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