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    Quote Originally Posted by melvin View Post
    MAN UTD V SWANSEA
    12 January, 2014 1:30:00 am

    Nothing less then 3pts is accepted...
    Less than 3 points... DM better go and type his own letter, and update his resume...
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    I will still follow and support Man U...

    But now, I will cast half my heart in supporting Cardiff... more correctly... Supporting Ole 20'LEGEND and observe how the team perform, and how Solskjaer's uses his team, and what tactics he employs...

    In his first match, I did not watch... but in the match report, saw how he turn a 1 - 0 score line to a 1 - 2 win.... so I think it will be interesting... his rolling contract... did SAF made that suggestion to him?? So that wen DM flop badly, and Ole did well enough... he can take over from DM???
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    Sick of seeing Kagawa on left, this game no Rooney n Rvp and DM put Januzaj on central 10 instead of Kagawa..WTF

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolhirako View Post
    Sick of seeing Kagawa on left, this game no Rooney n Rvp and DM put Januzaj on central 10 instead of Kagawa..WTF
    I saw Cardiff lose to West Ham.... 0-2...

    Somethings I saw and I like... I like Solskjaer play his team with attacking intent... passing was good.. problem was they did not have a good finisher...

    There was a deflected shot from Cardiff that bounce off the cross bar and appeared to cross the line, and did not cross....

    When they went down 1-0... he went for broke... and in 2nd half, he changed a player and go for 4-2-4......... had a few penalty call rejected by the referee....

    After a while, and it did not work, he bring in players, and change again....

    At least he try to change and make things work, and were unlucky... if any of his players were more accurate, they could have gotten an equalizer than to conceded... He gambled... and try to change... he lost... but at least he took a gamble.. and risk... I like that...

    DM... I think will just accept the result..

    I like the variation in Cardiff team... obviously, the players are a few league below Man U... but I thought they play pretty well.. they have a direction and were hardworking.... need to observe Cardiff more... and hope Solskjaer will do well..
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    A 2-0 win. But how earth did Swansea gets 60% of the possession? :-(

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    I thought Man Utd played well to get the win, without their two biggest names. Certainly in the 2nd half there was more pressing, purpose, and one-touch passing. Kagawa should be playing more than he has, and the scoreline could well have been larger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zaren View Post
    I thought Man Utd played well to get the win, without their two biggest names. Certainly in the 2nd half there was more pressing, purpose, and one-touch passing. Kagawa should be playing more than he has, and the scoreline could well have been larger.
    Second half, Adnan was moved to Left and switch Kagawa to no.10 position... I think this move brought more fluidity to Man U play.... Kawaga have a few shots at goal, and should have scored!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bukitimah View Post
    Just curious. Why would 1 man affect the 11 professional guys from kicking good football? It is just like saying you are a professional photographer and you take bad picture because you don't like the assignment. Sometimes, I just feel the whole EPL seems to be a staged event to milk money.
    Erm, why not? 1 Steve Jobs can bring the whole company of thousands staffs from dying to totally owning the hp market...

    A manager's tactics definitely have direct impact on outcome. a charismatic leader can make to boost a players morale too. if u are not convinced, y are managers paid so much money if they are not important/redundant?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zaknafein View Post

    Erm, why not? 1 Steve Jobs can bring the whole company of thousands staffs from dying to totally owning the hp market...

    A manager's tactics definitely have direct impact on outcome. a charismatic leader can make to boost a players morale too. if u are not convinced, y are managers paid so much money if they are not important/redundant?
    +1
    If not, everyone also can be manager then.
    I heard one of my friend who play half pro football before and his team was top no.1 team , one match their manager was away didnt attend the match and he said they dunno what to do on pitch even they are more superior than the opponent. That game ends with 0-0 draw

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    Sunday Travelling to Standford Bridge ...

    CHELSEA V MAN UTD
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    Quote Originally Posted by melvin View Post
    Sunday Travelling to Standford Bridge ...

    CHELSEA V MAN UTD
    20 January, 2014 12am.
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    Quote Originally Posted by coolhirako View Post

    +1
    If not, everyone also can be manager then.
    I heard one of my friend who play half pro football before and his team was top no.1 team , one match their manager was away didnt attend the match and he said they dunno what to do on pitch even they are more superior than the opponent. That game ends with 0-0 draw
    And there won't be football manager game hahha
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    Heard Anderson is loan out to an Italian team, so sad, he is one of my fav in the mid field.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Kahuna View Post
    Heard Anderson is loan out to an Italian team, so sad, he is one of my fav in the mid field.
    Not as talented as the "norm" samba Brazilian standard, but a hardworking and agressive ball winner. where did u read that? If that is true, what is DM doing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zaknafein View Post
    Not as talented as the "norm" samba Brazilian standard, but a hardworking and agressive ball winner. where did u read that? If that is true, what is DM doing?
    On Malaysian Radio Mix FM this morning....DM is building his own team bottom up, nothing wrong with that....but the problem is he doesn't have the charisma to bring in top top player, instead all the expensive 2nd liner, that is the reason why existing players are so discontent and shown on the field I guess

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zaknafein View Post

    Not as talented as the "norm" samba Brazilian standard, but a hardworking and agressive ball winner. where did u read that? If that is true, what is DM doing?
    Actually he is quite good, if he join spain league team think he can fullfill his potential, sad that he joined Manutd and SAF changed him to defensive midfield

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    No champion league for MANU this year.. if DM is staying..

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    Quote Originally Posted by learningtoshoot View Post
    No champion league for MANU this year.. if DM is staying..
    Even change back SAF cant help much too, hope next season can get player we want and fight back

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Kahuna View Post

    On Malaysian Radio Mix FM this morning....DM is building his own team bottom up, nothing wrong with that....but the problem is he doesn't have the charisma to bring in top top player, instead all the expensive 2nd liner, that is the reason why existing players are so discontent and shown on the field I guess
    Well he should know that he will have difficulties bringing in top players. And so should secure a few good ones before letting current ones go. He is doing step 2 ahead of 1. I hope he really have some firm negotiations done already
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    Quote Originally Posted by coolhirako View Post

    Actually he is quite good, if he join spain league team think he can fullfill his potential, sad that he joined Manutd and SAF changed him to defensive midfield
    Ya I know what u mean.. Sometimes I also notice good players not playing to their full potential when they come man u. Then I realised that to SAF, he makes the player suit the team, and makes the team plays the way he wants. I think that's why given man u current squad of not so good players they were still performing under SAF. That's his style of managing

    Some examples:
    teves became a totally different player (forward) after joining us. And went back to being a finisher joining man city.

    Sebastian Veron: he had the ability to make defence splitting passes game after game in lazio and that was his main job(and Italians defence was more solid than eng). After coming Man u, he had more defensive duties to do on top of his creativity. Needless to say, he could't play what saf expected. Tbh, I really liked this guy at lazio
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