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Who's your Sir Matt Busby Player of the Year? (2018/19)

Discussion in 'Manchester United Forum' started by Isotope, Feb 9, 2019.

  1. Feb 9, 2019
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    Isotope Full Member

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    First time in ages, it seems like "give it to DDG" isn't the obvious answer. It just shows how far our new (interim) manager Solksjaer has brought us so far.

    This season, I'd like to think it's Pogba, our midfield general. He's the sun, controlling 10 others around him. But Rashford and Martial are guaranteed you goals with their mad skills, finishing and work rate. Or Herrera, the mad dog; Lindelof, our new Baresi. And of course, DDG the GOAT, which is the difference between us and Spurs in our last match.
    Or maybe Fred will emerge as the dark horse.


    So, what's your predict?

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    Judas Open to offers

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    Pogba, easily.
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    Rozay Master of Hindsight

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    Raw Full Member

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    Since it's obviously Pogba, what about second? Between Rashford, Lindelof and Herrera for me.
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    charlenefan Far less insightful than the other Charley

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    Definitely Pogba

    He was actually our best player under Mourinho as well despite being dropped at the very end. Question is will he make the PFA Team of the Year or has our resurgence come too late for that?
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    Jim Reaper New Member

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    1. Pogba
    2. Herrera
    3. Rashford
    4. Lindelof
    5. De Gea (Because GOAT)
    Top 5.
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    Skills Snitch

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    Pogba
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    I think he will. There aren't that many midfielders that deserve it more.
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    Skills Snitch

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    Martial over Herrera or Lindelof. We would've been even further down in the shitter under Mourinho if it wasn't for Martial's run of 7 goals in 9 games.
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    Isotope Full Member

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    When do they vote for PFA Team of the Year? I think it depends on the formation also. In 4-4-2, it will be harder for Pogba to grab one of that 2-CM. In 4-2-3-1, he must be one of the 3 AM.
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    If he keeps delivering the same numbers for the remaining twelve games, however unlikely that is, he'll be hard to ignore. He probably won't, given the games we have in February, but any midfielder with double digits in both assists and goals should be in.
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    Jazz Full Member

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    Pogba
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    MrSingh2002 Full Member

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    Pogba
    Martial
    Lindelof
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    Revan Assumptionman

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    Pogba.

    In top 5 there are De Gea, Martial, Rashford and one of Herrera/Lindeloff.
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    JMack1234 Full Member

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    It'll be either Pogba or Rashford.

    My personal choice would be Lindelof.
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    tentan Full Member

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    Pogba for now
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    abdo99 Full Member

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    PP in a landslide. He was the best in two periods under the toxic one. August, Sept with Shaw. And October, November with Martial. And the best in the league since Ole took over the reigns.
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    bosnian_red Worst scout to ever exist

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    1. Pogba
    2. Rashford
    3. Martial
    4. De Gea
    5. Lindelof
    Probably my top 5.
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    Edgar Allan Pillow Ero-Sennin

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    moodyred Full Member

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    1. Pogba
    2. Rashford
    3. De Gea
    4. Lindelof
    5. Martial
    6. Lingard
    7. Herrera
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    Kush Full Member

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    Pogba or Rashford for our POTS. I also think Rashford is going to pick you PFA's Young POTY too.

    Overall POTY I'm unsure, while Salah is top scorer he isn't playing at last year level. Aubameyang has scored lots of goals but I'm unsure if that would be enough. No one has stood out at City either. Given how recent form plays into voting, Pogba stands a great chance if he can sustain his current form and produce in big matches coming up.
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    sullydnl Ross Kemp's caf ID

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    Pogba.
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    PeteManic Full Member

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    Easily Pogba.
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    RedRonaldo Full Member

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    Pogba
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    Andy_Cole Full Member

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    Something like this. Jesse deserves some love!

    From the 4 plays not picked here, Young, Shaw, Jones, Matic. Probably shows what we need to work on in the summer.

    Maybe let Shaw have another season, Dalot potentially at right back? Definitely bring in a CB, and is Matic unsung or not good enough?
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    TMDaines Full Member

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    Pogba should be in contention for the league-wide awards, let alone team ones.
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    Fracture90 Full Member

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    Give it to Sanchez, that will boost his price and hopefully someone will bite on that and take him away.
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    Jeppers7 Full Member

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    As our best player this season? Or for some other reason ?
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    JMack1234 Full Member

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    Because of how he's grown and improved during this season. He was seen as a joke after his first season and even at the start of this season you had Jamie Carragher saying that 'He felt sorry for him' because he was out of his depth. Yet he's grown and has put in good performances under Mourinho and Ole.

    Now he's got to be one of the first names on the team sheet for Ole and the discussion in the summer will be 'Who can we get in to partner Lindelof?*
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    Paul Pogba

    Marcus Rashford and Luke Shaw are perhaps his closest rivals from a consistency perspective, but Pogba is showing world class form and is streets ahead
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    simplyared Full Member

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    Of course it's Pogba. Who else?
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    Minimalist Full Member

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    Pogba is a cert if he keeps this form up. Nobody comes close and that's not an insult to the other players.
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    VP89 Pogba's biggest fan

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    Pogba Rashford or Lindelof for me.
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    Irwin99 Full Member

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    Pogba. 25 combined goals and assists in 30 games speaks for itself.
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    RedDevilRoshi Full Member

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    At this moment in time, it’s got to be Paul Pogba.
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    Tom Van Persie No relation

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    Pogba or Rashford.
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    Schneckerl Full Member

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    It's Pogba's to lose
    Runner up is Rash

    Pogba should also make the EPL Team of the Year. Maybe even Player of the Year if he keeps his form from the last 10 games
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    Adisa likes to take afvanadva wothowi doubt

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    Martial was balling even under the virus. Will probably be Pogba.
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    SteveW Full Member

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    Pogba.
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    abdo99 Full Member

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    Martial is 2nd.
    He was saving Joses job almost singlehandedly for a good stretch of games. Rashford has caught up in the last month with a run of his own but Martial is still ahead this season overall.
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