Southampton Away

This topic contains 139 replies, has 26 voices, and was last updated by redblood redblood 1 year, 8 months ago.

Viewing 20 posts - 101 through 120 (of 140 total)
  • Author
    Posts
  • #1703170

    Blacky
    Participant
    • :

    @Tommy – No disrespect matey, but your dislike for Smalling is well documented and rightly so, BUT when you say that it’s a “shame” that he is injured and couldn’t play tonight it just shows how far down the fucking pan we have fallen, simple as that

    #1703171

    Blacky
    Participant
    • :

    Deary, deary fucking me lads, is there still a single bedwetter out there who has even a semblance of optimism that this shower of shite has any sort of a clue what the feck they are supposed to be doing and can put it right?.
    Answers on a postcard please!.😏

    #1703172

    mufc
    Participant
    • :

    Why not email the answers? Technology has moved on.

    #1703173

    Blacky
    Participant
    • :

    @mufc – Has it mate, honestly?!. Someone please tell Mourinho!.

    #1703175

    happyhurling
    Participant
    • :

    I had a bad feeling after we lost to City and Herrera said we have to get 6 points against Palace and Southampton. Well they failed, the manager failed and half the players look like they just don’t give a fuck.

    Mourinho out!

    #1703177

    Blacky
    Participant
    • :

    @happy – About time too mate better late than never I suppose, and the players?.

    #1703180
    Zico
    Zico
    Participant
    • :

    We are not gettting results thats why happy no longer clap his hands.

    I predicted before season that JM(and Bayern M Kovac) would be gone before x-mas.
    Still think so and it gets worse by the minute under his helm.
    What to say about his team selection today…Matic,Pogba,Fellaini,McTominay,Lukaku.
    Big physical players but its all nothing more. Compare to Southampton small,quicker technical players cutting through our unmobile spine of above quintet with ease.
    A relegationside,thats laughable but then you remember the 300M Mourinho has spent and your not laughing anymore. I really think any of us would be a better choice than Mourino right now.

    Sack him now and let Carrick be the interim manager. Then call Blanc,he advocates a creative positive football and thats what we and the players want.

    #1703181
    MacGuffin
    MacGuffin
    Participant
    • :

    The south coast has not been kind to us this season. Mind you, nowhere has. What’s to say, no surprise other than the number of goals. I expected a Palace repeat.

    I don’t get folk moaning about team selections. Pick any 11 out of a hat and it won’t be much different.

    I can’t see this turning around. Players know if they try to be creative and do anything risky they are in the firing line for JM abuse so instead its easier to try to stay under the radar. And they know JM is in the firing line for the sack so do they want to save his arse. I see this developing (if it hasn’t already) to a Chelsea situation where the players just won’t play under him.

    Just read Herrera saying ……. “We should approach the Arsenal game like a final.”. That”s small club mentality. Under Fergie the philosophy would be it doesn’t matter how big or small the opponents are, it’s just another game and every game is as important as the rest.

    @united we win .. while you are busy distracting Mr.Jones ….. Me and Misses Jones, we got a thing goin’ on !

    @mufc …. with postcards you get to do some licking !

    @zico … what does it sayabout club structure that there’s nobody experienced to be interim manager. its DoF again.

    #1703187

    mufc
    Participant
    • :

    I reckon even with a new manager 4th place is out of reach, unless Chelsea or Arsenal have a meltdown. Even if a new manager comes in, can he improve the team? I reckon the youngsters will improve, but there are to many cart horses in midfield, which will make it difficult to play the modern-day, high tempo pressing game. Best a new manager can do in the Jan and summer, is clear out as much as possible.

    #1703188

    mufc
    Participant
    • :

    @mufc …. with postcards you get to do some licking !

    Have ordered 200 stamps and envelopes from Ebay.

    #1703208
    Wonderfuel Gas
    Wonderfuel Gas
    Participant
    • :

    Mourinho is gone now….may as well do it sooner as later. If it has to cost the fee required to sack him now then that is the price to pay and Woodward has to answer to the Glazers for that. Don’t think anything will change before the summer with an interim manager but it is now quite clear he is doing the unthinkable and “managing” for the sack. You can’t have a manager who has given up.

    #1703209
    Wonderfuel Gas
    Wonderfuel Gas
    Participant
    • :

    Seriously though blacky….I first used bedwetter on here to describe the glory hunters pissing their knickers at the first sign of trouble. Will you do me the good grace of not joining in and let the fuckers use it as their own insult? You’re very creative with your own vocabulary to let us know what you think of people, I am sure you can find something suitable to describe those of us that kept the faith for too long.

    For what it is worth, I think Mourinho had the very best of intentions of making Manchester United great again for a long time in this job but has now given up on perhaps the biggest shit head group of players ever to play for this club. I fucking hate them, far more than I hate Mourinho.

    I don’t think the bedwetters truly appreciate what is truly on at our club and why it will be years and years before we see a league title again. Unless we get a Saudi Corwn Prince. And there lies the rub that rips my soul apart. A chainsaw murdering owner or the Glazers and I really don’t know which I’d pick.

    #1703221
    redblood
    redblood
    Participant
    • :

    I had a bad feeling after we lost to City and Herrera said we have to get 6 points against Palace and Southampton. Well they failed, the manager failed and half the players look like they just don’t give a fuck.

    Mourinho out! Who on earth is editing happys posts,again?Lol

    #1703222
    redblood
    redblood
    Participant
    • :

    Is that Essex Phil Mitchell,surely?

    #1703223

    united_we_win
    Participant
    • :

    Board Mourinho players it’s in that order for Me!

    Despise the board for watching this sinking shit show unfold and procrastinating! When will you end this nightmare Not to forget commercial club first ,football later truly despicable cunts killed the soul of this club!

    Mourinho? Blame everyone but himself if you ain’t 6/3 built like a tank forget it. His Archaic tactics have killed us. Un droppable Matic Lukaku etc
    Leaving more fluid players Fred pereira etc out. Disgraceful decisions. We were always the most attack minded club the envy of others now we are nothing.

    Some Players have downed tools and some should be so far away from this club it’s unreal the list has been regurgitated over and over again! We know who they are.

    You can’t sack 15 players but you sure as well can sack this archaic bus driver! Something has to give because this cannot go on. Do something you leeches!

    #1703224
    redblood
    redblood
    Participant
    • :

    #1703225
    redblood
    redblood
    Participant
    • :

    Jose said:United lack mad dogs,lol.

    #1703229

    Blacky
    Participant
    • :

    @Tommy – Sorry mate, had far too many sherberts watching that pitiful display last night!. Your right, as much as I think we can agree that whilst Mourinho is failing in just about every aspect of his work the players deserve nothing but total contempt from us fans for the way some of them have just downed tools and given up playing for the shirt.
    Watching Pogba stroll around like he didn’t have a care in the world last night was a disgrace and if I had my way that would be his last ever appearance for the club.

    #1703237
    Zico
    Zico
    Participant
    • :

    The recipe for this disaster is owners who wants the club to be like Disneyland.
    Minimal input and maximal output regarding money.
    Three different managers after Fergie,none of them couldnt match the dna of football Man United stands for. A CEO who cant tell the difference from football and amusement park. Add to that a scouting department who cant tell the difference from Messi and Johnny Evans.

    Which of Moyes,LVG and Mourinho came closest to match the dna of Man United?
    Moyes was doomed from the start with the Old Guard but when he changed to younger players upfront like Chicharito,Nani,Kagawa he produced his best football.

    LVg did his best football on the US-tour. Did some breathtaking quick football but reverted to a slow dull possession yawn with no end product.

    Mourinho started well and seemed to bring in the right players. Scored for fun but going to Anfield changed everything from scoring to not losing.This manager do not understand the dna of Man United or an entertaining football at all.
    All he cares about is his CV and ego.

    Next manager(and DoF)should have a vision of scoring more goals than opponents afraid of losing. Another important thing is to find the right players.
    I would copy the way Dortmund finds their youngsters and quickly becomes first team players.

    #1703258

    moral
    Participant
    • :

    In the halcyon days of Fergie, we had players aplenty with both quality AND character (mental fortitude and temperament).
    Now we have a hodge podge of players, tha majority of whom, do not satisfy both criteria:
    Both Quality and Character – e.g. DDG
    Character but little to no Quality – e.g. Fellaini
    Quality but little to no Character – e.g. Pogba
    JM is trying to mould a team that has character and quality but he has hedged his bets on a group of players that are not up to it. A combination of a lack of funding, poor investment decisions in recruitment and retention, CEO interference in football decisions and a failure of the manager/coaching staff to implement a coherent style of play that players and fans alike buy into will see the axe fall on JM.
    However, as @WG has pointed out, this mess will take some unravelling and righting the wrongs wont be happening overnight, whoever is in charge.

Viewing 20 posts - 101 through 120 (of 140 total)

You must be logged in to reply this topic.