Discussion in 'Manchester United Forum' started by Hellboy, Dec 17, 2017.
Is he reading the caf ?
He used to play for WBA.
He only celebrated against Everton because their supporters took the piss out of him.
To be fair I don’t care. If it works for him and he keeps scoring it’s all good
He used to play for Bournemouth also or something ?
As a wise man once said, does the postman celebrate when he delivers letters?
I’m fine with it.
There’s not a great deal to celebrate.
It's almost a celebration in itself -- I'm doing my job here, professional. Let's carrying on scoring and winning, we'll celebrate when we're first type of stuff.
Seems a few are ignoring this
Getting tedious tbh.
Nearly getting to Martial (constant sulking) mode, which I abhor.
Once had a trial at Bournemouth as a 13yo.
I like when he stands still and just puts his arms out.
Also, people don’t like when Pogba and Lingard celebrate, now Lukaku is getting criticised for not celebrating?
Really don't know why people care.
The question is if he is sulking because of the stick he got from the fans for one of the worst United performances I have ever seen against City.
He had a terrible game against City, which may have costed us any chance to catch them, so don't think he'll go mad in celebration for a while, till he scores a really important goal.
For feck's sake, Martial does not sulk?? What's the matter with you people?
I couldn't give a toss. He's been rightly criticised for being poor in a few matches so if he feels like he wants to make a point now fair play.
At least he isn’t doing the dab.
Don’t give a shit if he celebrates or not. Maybe it’s like that thing you do when you say I’m not shaving until I’ve achieved xy and z. Maybe he’s waiting to hit his 20 goal mark or something.
Who knows, who cares? Score more goals, that’s all we should care about.
In general people are idiots
If he needs to be a sulking twat to score goals then fair enough.
Who cares? As long as he's scoring goals, he can do what he wants.
None of our players should celebrate because we are second and they should feel great shame or something.
He’s a WUM. Best ignore him.
Really, a thread for this?
Couldn’t this be discussed in the Lukaku 17/18 thread?
Read his tagline.
No idea why he didn't celebrate against Bournemouth but he doesn't usually celebrate against West Brom.
That IS his celebration.
He's probably waiting till we achieve something significant before celebrating, unlike a certain confetti throwing bunch of cheating cnuts.
Mourinho didn't celebrate either.
When both a manager and a centre forward don't celebrate an opening goal, what does that mean? Perhaps one of the resident Body Language Analysts can answer. Show your work.
Next topic: Lukaku’s gloves, a cause for concern?
How can he have the audacity to wrap up his hands when we haven’t wrapped up the league yet?
I'm fine with him breaking down in tears as long as he keeps putting the ball in the back of the net.
I think he's disappointed in himself for his form in the top games.
He's desperate to prove his critics wrong and thinks goals against Bournemouth and West Brom are things he's expected to do.
This kind of attitude is why. We have a bunch of entitled, joyless fans who don't even really care about the results, as long as they have something to whine about. Self flagellation is the only acceptable goal celebration.
This. Not sure what the inquiry is about the commentary did mention the West Brom connection.
This celebration is far better.
Concentrate on the resumption of play.
I like it. He had a mare against City, and if this is his way of acknowledging that and channeling his anger, I am all for it.
Dunno if it is also because its' West Brom, of course.
I haven't celebrated either. There is nothing to celebrate at the moment. The defeat against City has ruined everything and these kind of results take a while to get over. Lukaku himself knows he hasn't been good enough recently and maybe feels he let the team down vs City which I can fully understand.
FS! For 10 minutes after he scored against WBA, the commentators are going on about this non celebration. Then the whole freakin half time analysis in studio as well! Robbie Fowler: "Man united paid a lot of money for him so he should celebrate". Wtf? Pundits can't stick the boot in because of lack of goals, now they're looking for other nonsense crap to go on about.
He's paying a tribute to Cantona.
I thought its obvious? He is still feeling bad about his role in defeat by City, and can't get himself to celebrate anything yet?
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