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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Kahuna View Post
    Under DM...anything is possible...in just 6 mths...he seems have broken all the records SAF held in the last 3 decades...I mean all the "bad records"....
    He definitely is the 'ONE'!

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolhirako View Post
    Is Mata coming to rescue us ?
    At least Jose Mourinho will not stand in the way of Juan Mata leaving the club...

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    Geting new players into the squad may or may not turn results. But what we really need now is some form of changes in the current squad. My gut feel is with the return of RVP and Rooney soonest possible and the new purchases, we can turn this critical situation around. Let's be optimistic and hopeful despite the recent inconsistent performances.

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    Hope Solskjaer can win at man u too.... with Cardiff.
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    When u see how Cardiff plays.... I'm sure you hope Solskjaer come to Man United
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    But not sure if he can fit and gel in... not into the team but the struggling DM tactics...
    i don't know....i would be tempted to play him together with kagawa and januzaj....the three of them are tricky and creative players that should pose problems for any defence.
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    Man u signed Mata??
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    What other records can DM break?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Halfmoon View Post
    Man u signed Mata??
    Wait for tommorrow official annoucement

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolhirako View Post
    Wait for tommorrow official annoucement
    With the negative DM around... not gonna change much I think....
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    United slip down earnings table

    http://www.sportinglife.com/football...earnings-table

    The gloom surrounding Manchester United's current predicament may deepen further after the club dropped out of the top three of Europe's top-earning clubs for the first time.

    United, 14 points behind Barclays Premier League leaders Arsenal and knocked out of the Capital One Cup on Wednesday night on penalties by Sunderland, are now fourth in the Deloitte Football Money League behind leaders Real Madrid, Barcelona and Bayern Munich based on income from the 2012/13 season.

    The money table has been compiled by Deloitte since 1997, and for the first eight years United were the biggest-earning club in the world only to be overtaken by first Real Madrid, then Barcelona and now Bayern, thanks in part to the German side's remarkable treble-winning season.

    The table has also recorded an astonishing rise in income by the Qatari-owned French club Paris St Germain, with earnings rocketing by a record 81 per cent to see the team rise from 10th to fifth in the table ahead of Manchester City, Chelsea and Arsenal.

    But it will be United's fall that will concern the club's shareholders the most, especially since shares on the New York stock exchange are down just above the 15-dollar mark from an annual high of more than 19 dollars.

    Analysts at Deloitte, however, believe United will reclaim third spot from Bayern next year and are in good financial shape - though failure to qualify for the Champions League will affect the finances in the longer term.

    Dan Jones, partner in the sports business group at Deloitte, said: "It is the first time Manchester United have dropped out of the top three but Bayern had an exceptional year.

    "Next year United will have the Chevrolet deal plus other new commercial deals in their figures, and the new Premier League TV deal so we are confident they will be back in the top three.

    "The longer term depends in part what happens on the pitch and if they do not qualify for next season's Champions League that is probably worth 50million euros [41m] directly in terms of money from TV and attendances at Old Trafford."

    Jones also believes United's financial performance remains "very high" and that the club will remain attractive to investors.

    Real Madrid top the Money League for the ninth consecutive year, with total revenue of 518.9m euro (444.7m), followed by Barcelona with 482.6m euro (413.6m) - the Spanish clubs benefit financially from being able to negotiate their own TV deals.

    Bayern are third with earnings of 431.2m euro (369.6m), then Manchester United with 423.8m euro (363.2m) and PSG are not far behind on 398.8m euro (341.8m).

    Manchester City are sixth with 316.2m euro 271m, then Chelsea 303.4m euro (260m) and Arsenal 284.3m euro (243.6m).

    Liverpool have dropped out of the top 10 for the first time since 1999 - the Reds are in 12th spot with revenue of 240.6m euro (206m) behind Juventus, AC Milan and Borussia Dortmund, while Tottenham are in 14th place with earnings of 172m euro (147.4m)

    Jones, however, believes the effect of the new Premier League TV deal, which will be reflected in next year's money table, will see Liverpool restored to the top 10 with Everton, Newcastle and even West Ham pushing for places in the top 20 in Europe.

    The Money League also illustrates how clubs which are taken over by super-rich owners can swiftly see huge increases in revenue. In 2009, Manchester City and PSG were 20th and 21st in the table but have seen significant growth, notably in terms of commercial income.

    Both clubs have benefited from major sponsorship deals related to their owners - and PSG's with the Qatar Tourism Authority which will net the French club 160m annually until 2016 has eclipsed City's 400m-plus Etihad deal which is over 10 years.

    All such related sponsorship deals will be studied by UEFA as part of the European governing body's financial fair play rules to ensure they are of 'fair market value'.

    By next season, if DM still around.......

    The figure will drop even more....
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    May be will get better if he can get the players he want to reshape whole team
    And now we got Mata !!! Who's next ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by zaren View Post
    i don't know....i would be tempted to play him together with kagawa and januzaj....the three of them are tricky and creative players that should pose problems for any defence.
    Hope so ba ... thats is if DM knows what to do with them...

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    Quote Originally Posted by melvin View Post

    Hope so ba ... thats is if DM knows what to do with them...
    Can only hope.... he doesn't seem to maximise players like saf...
    Art is perception; Perception is art.

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    All teams are busy this weekend because of FA Cup.... eh, where is Manchester United? Oh, I forgot they have already lost... must be a new record for the earliest FA Cup exit in recent history. Well done, David, another one in your portfolio...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hitman View Post
    All teams are busy this weekend because of FA Cup.... eh, where is Manchester United? Oh, I forgot they have already lost... must be a new record for the earliest FA Cup exit in recent history. Well done, David, another one in your portfolio...
    He is doing us good, at least Rooney & RvP can get more rest =p

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    `Drunk` Man U fan calls cops seeking Fergie's return post club's exit from League Cup

    Sydney, Jan 24 (ANI): A drunken Manchester United fan had reportedly called the local police station on 999 and demanded to speak to former manager Sir Alex Ferguson after the Old Trafford side's exit from the League Cup in the semifinals.

    United was knocked out on penalties by Sunderland at Old Trafford on Wednesday night, the latest in a string of disappointing results for the reigning Premier League champions.

    According to News.com.au, responding to the call, the police released a statement telling the fan that although it might a 'sad and depressing' moment for him when his football team loses a game, however the 999 is to be used for emergencies only.

    The statement further said that if the man would like to speak to Ferguson about recent football results, then he should try ringing United directly as he would 'probably' have a better chance of getting through to him there rather than ringing the police. (ANI)

    Woooww...... I bet many Man U fans must be really heart wrecked....
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    Ya mata is coming, pending medical
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    Omg 37m?!?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zaknafein View Post
    Omg 37m?!?!
    No worth ? Any other suggestions ?

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