Discussion in 'Manchester United Forum' started by Wumminator, Dec 3, 2017.
OP reads like a tabloid article... Weird thread.
For years to come, that match would forever be referred to as the "De Gea Match" and rightly so. Such was the influence that it has got both sets of fans, neutrals and pundits talking about the same thing. Even Lingard would be lucky to have that to his credit in a few years despite his two goals.
Special yeah, every other talking point is pretty much insignificant because of De Gea. Let him have his day, I say.
Not enough pictures, didn't read.
Seriously though, is this intentionally trying to be a 12 year old trying his hand at writing for a tabloid or am i missing some elaborate joke.
No joke my friend, just a thread for those interested
Ahhh my mistake. I (mis)remember us as never beating him to the league title. I was certainly relieved to see the back of him! Cheers.
It is strange, many people seem to have wiped that from their memory when it comes to Mourinho
Yeah, I remember it going south at Chelsea, but they were still a bloody good team and it wasn't comparable to what happened at the end of his last stint. For some reason, did not remember beating them to the title. Those were the days, won so many titles that you couldn't even remember them all.
I’m genuinely creasing here.
Stopped reading at the bold text...
I thought people would skip the OP once they saw who made the thread? You're kinda slow...
Thanks for the laugh, @Needham
Good. Keep going. Nothing wrong with working on improving your writing, and I say that as a professional editor. But for the love of all that's holy, work on all those comma splices. This piece is full of them.
Here come the comma plus coordinating conjunction nazis...
This is brilliant:
Using "nazis" in that way is in pretty poor taste. I wouldn't ordinarily do this, as it's my job and I prefer to get paid for it, but Wumminator is soliciting feedback, so give it a rest.
It's like poetry, the construction mimicking his imagery and intent!
Calm down, [comma splice] it was a joke.
Fair enough. Rough week, so my humour radar is down.
Separate names with a comma.