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MAN UTD
25/08/2013, 21:03
Post: #11
RE: MAN UTD
lol. this thread has gone cmpletely off topic. if someone read the last couple of posts no on would ever guess it was about man utd. tobring it back what do u reckon off moyes coments about everton over fellani and baines
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25/08/2013, 21:09
Post: #12
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Fellaini's a poor man's Jay Jay Okocha and Baines a poor man's Taribo West :D

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26/08/2013, 18:16
Post: #13
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lol, when i first saw that you were comparing fellani and okocha as similar styles of player i thought you had lost your mind and i lost all respect for your opinions on football then i saw baines and west.
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26/08/2013, 19:14
Post: #14
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(26/08/2013, 18:16)rustee1 Wrote:  lol, when i first saw that you were comparing fellani and okocha as similar styles of player i thought you had lost your mind and i lost all respect for your opinions on football then i saw baines and west.

I stand by every word! :)

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27/08/2013, 16:50
Post: #15
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I must say I was quite disappointed with the match against Chelsea. It had all the makings of a 0-0 draw. As a Man Utd supporter there wasn't enough going forward and not making use of chances.
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27/08/2013, 17:05
Post: #16
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How do you think David Moyes felt about it?

Happy not to have been turned over so early in his United career, I'd say.

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27/08/2013, 19:46
Post: #17
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i think both teams will be happy with draw and neither team deserved to win the match. i think with city losing on the weekend it gave both teams knowing a draw was all right.
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28/08/2013, 09:24
Post: #18
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(27/08/2013, 17:05)ScottyRampant Wrote:  How do you think David Moyes felt about it?

Happy not to have been turned over so early in his United career, I'd say.

He would have felt happy. Chelsea are a tough team and to not be beaten is always a good thing that's for sure.
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28/08/2013, 12:52
Post: #19
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yeah as long as you don't lose against the other teams challenging for the title it's a good result, especially early in the season when your still finding your form.
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28/08/2013, 13:24
Post: #20
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im a utd guy i bleed red so to speak on transfers i think we need baines evra isnt as good as he was and its too soon for buttner as far as midfeild goes felleni would fit in i feel wether these deals will happen i also would like to think ronaldo will come back but more than likely not this summer on wazzer if he truely wants to leave sell him but not to a prem side i like the guy but im a little sick of the i want to leave crying he does
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