2018/2019 United Player of the Season: Prediction

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  1. Feb 10, 2019
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    norm87cro New Member

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    Lindelof the new Baresi all of a sudden? Seriously? Some fans. Anyway probably Pogba but personally I hope it is Rashford since he did not sabotage the previous coach and gave it his all despite the management and the overall team strategy.
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    If I take into account what they have achieved over the entire season up to now, it's fairly even between DDG and Lindelof. But Lindlof has surprised me more so I choose him. Pogba and Rashford are very close but I want to see that they can perform just as well another one or two months to compete for that title. In general, I think endurance is valued far too low.
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    Jib Full Member

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    Pogba
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    Pogba and Martial the top two choices for me with Pogba leading comfortably.
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    SWE-Chucky New Member

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    Pogba
    Rashford/Lindelöf
    De Gea/Herrera/Martial

    My list atm.
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    Jeppers7 Full Member

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    DeGea has not had a great season...Lindelof is getting better and better now but hasn’t been great all season. Also his highest point is nowhere near Pogba or Rashford.
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    Pogba, obvious choice.
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    I’m reading the bolded ‘and’ as reference to players who have only put in good performances under Ole ?


    So im guessing your pointing towards Herrera and Matic ? Personally I don’t think either are close to POTY though.

    The points you made are very notable for Lindelof. He’s grown massively. However for me POTY is for the player who’s performed best over the season. There should be no caveats.
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    nokillingmoths Full Member

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    Pogba.
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    The same thing can be said about Pogba, Rashford and most of the team if you count the time before Ole. So my picture is that DDG had to suffer for it, but no matter how you count, since Ole came I think he made top performances, like several others.
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    Would be a different story if we were still enduring Jose boredum but since ole arrived and removed the shackles - Pogba - Rash - martial - Ander - lindlof - matic
    in that order.
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    I think i'm pointing the finger at most of the team actually.

    Don't get me wrong I think it's on Mourinho that they didn't perform but I think Lindelof has been consistently good.
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    horsechoker Sailor vee, this is a right off.

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    You don't think Shaw, Martial and Pogba had good games under Jose ? If you did a poll when Jose was sacked would you have picked Lindelof at that time ? I mean I like him, he's really growing as a player...but I'd say he's grown since Ole
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    Of course, the one issue with Jose was no consistency.....however I don't think DeGea was good under Jose this season, others were better.....and since Ole he has been much more like his normal self...but hasn't been our best player under Ole either. Seems a weird choice to me this season.
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    Rozay Master of Hindsight

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    OldPop Full Member

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    Ok, we obviously see it a little different, but it's allowed, not so unusual and a bit of the points with the posts. Shouldn't try to convince you that you're wrong, even if I'm right ... ;)
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    Jeppers7 Full Member

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    Fair enough. When you’re right...you’re wrong ;)
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    Chairman Steve Full Member

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    Unless he gets injured, I think it'll be Pogba.

    The only way Rashford or Martial win is if either scores 20+ goals in all competitions by the end of the season, and outscores Pogba (who's also the designated pen taker).
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    1 Pogba
    2 Rashford
    3 Lindelof