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    more like 2nd team tonight so we have an excuse if we lose
    Well done play away with 2nd team and win... plus clean sheet some more... typical special one hahha..

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    Well done play away with 2nd team and win... plus clean sheet some more... typical special one hahha..
    i think ppl are now calling him the parking one....lol
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    i think ppl are now calling him the parking one....lol
    Nothing new, he is well know for using this particular "tactical strategy".



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    Quote Originally Posted by zaren View Post
    i think ppl are now calling him the parking one....lol
    lol... to him think should be results that matters!

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    don't tell anyone but i've figured out how to defeat Barca and LFC. just squeeze 10 players into the penalty box. Better still all squeeze into the 6 yard box.
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    i think ppl are now calling him the parking one....lol
    Cannot la... cos he fail to park with his first team in CL lol...
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    Cannot la... cos he fail to park with his first team in CL lol...
    hmm....next season will be different....all out attack! lol
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    Double decker in front of Sunderland's goal... :-(
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    Double decker in front of Sunderland's goal... :-(
    They have more hunger to win to stay in EPL

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    Haiz... Condemn... Spurs lost, but we couldn't take advantage.
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    Cannot make it!!!!!!!!

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    Old Trafford is a difficult place to win at.
    Even Red Devils having problem winning there .

    Why didn't Giggs plan work?
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    Why didn't Giggs plan work?
    Because he just learned he's not going to be the new manager.
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    Old Trafford is a difficult place to win at.
    Even Red Devils having problem winning there .

    Why didn't Giggs plan work?
    I think Moyes has started the rot. It will get worse before it gets better.

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    I think Moyes has started the rot. It will get worse before it gets better.
    if Red Devils miss out on European competition next season many key players would leave. It would get a lot lot lot worse.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shizuma View Post

    if Red Devils miss out on European competition next season many key players would leave. It would get a lot lot lot worse.
    Already miss out UCL and nobody care about Europa

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    Already miss out UCL and nobody care about Europa
    I wonder if Man Utd board of directors and players think the same way
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    There are simply too many grievances within the MU senior players and no leadership whatsoever. Somebody powerful and firm needs to take charge and manage the so called star players. Its been a very frustrating season to watch them lose time and time again at home. Teams come over just needs to score one goal and they usually did so and defend like nothing. We are doomed to fail then. Let's hope that the needed booting of senior players out (ie. sell them away) and start from inclusion of fresh blood will bring glory back for us next season. The fortress we once command respect and fear on visiting teams. Without Europa football is a blessing in disguise as we may concentrate more and put all our efforts on domestic League titles and return to Europe the following season.

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    Just finished watching how Chelsea draw at home to Norwich City. Mourinho men cannot even strike on targets with 3 strikers, they don't deserve to win the Premier League. Passing the ball around with no aim and idea of what to do. The first half was a waste of time for Chelsea. The team just did not have the bite to score. Ba and Willian were not effective at all either can hold or cross the ball properly. Only when Hazard comes into the game in 2nd half, Chelsea then is more threatening. But with so many free play, Chelsea players were always out of position. They cannot score and wasted so much time getting the ball up to the penalty box is so lousy to watch. The horrendous crosses from Willian is so bad, half of them go astray, over-hit and under-hit. Mourinho failed badly as the manager. No excuses, everyone knows Norwich will park the bus and defend like hell. Chelsea with no plan B as Mourinho tactics failed miserably. The build up was so slow, the players positioning were so bad, half of the time Chelsea players were chasing their own passing balls. So sad, how can Chelsea be in such a position where the play was mid-standard against a relegation possible team like Norwich in this game. I rest my case. Let's look at tom game where Crystal palace play at home to Liverpool.

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