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I think naked lion-taming would be less painful than being a United fan right now.
Let's just remember they haven't ever spent a penny at the club. It's all revenue generated by us. We had £400m cash in our accounts 4 years ago. Now £50mSame old story. Until the Glazers are gone nothing will change. Managers aren't the issue, it's the same every time. The players are constantly letting the manager down, we've been saying that for months now. Would any other 'top' team (I use that lightly now) have McFred as their central midfield? Absolutely not. But the Glazers couldn't care less about investing to actually win trophies and properly in the club, it's all vanity projects and marketing. Old Trafford is a total sh*thole and literally falling apart. There's just such a lack of investment in all areas of the club. I know rivals like to use the 'they've spent X amount of money on players' but it's irrelevant when it's not backing the manager with what they actually want and need. There's zero long-term strategy.
As long as the money keeps coming in the Glazers simply couldn't care less. They know they're hated, but they can stay in the States and enjoy their time with Bucs in Florida while they continue to milk United. I'm not expecting rival fans to 'get it', but yeah, the owners are the problem, it's as simple as that.
Oof, that's saying a lot.Don't get me started ...... what's happened at united is far worse than anything Merlin have done to Alton
Oof, that's saying a lot.
I have been speaking with my old man about that game and we both feel that if they lose or fail to win in their next game then Manchester United will surely be relegated.
It's just sad honestly for growing up seeing that club win nearly everything each season was commonplace, now they are a sorry state though I feel like for fans who suffered at their hands for many years will feel this is long awaited karma; I suspect a similar mindset might happen to Man City many years down the line but that's just my thoughts...
Forgot about that one, is it worth watching? Just finished the Arsenal one.Has anyone watched the "Welcome to Wrexham" documentary on Disney+ ?
Just wondered on some outside opinions what you thought of it?
I enjoyed the first 2 episodes more than I thought I would, even if it did trigger some bad games PTSD!
Forgot about that one, is it worth watching? Just finished the Arsenal one.
Wesley Fofana, what a..... not very nice person.
7 year contract at Chelsea, but he'll probably have his toys out of the pram again in a couple of years if Real Madrid come calling.
I think you’ve got a bargain, if he’d have stayed another year at Leicester he’d have been worth even more. He’s a heck of a player, but I do think he’s left us a year too early. He’ll make mistakes, get caught out of position, and another year of developing at Leicester with less pressure would have done him good.As a Chelsea fan I think we have definitely more than overpaid for him. I hope he actually performs well and solidifies our defence.