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  • City are always liable to rack up 90+ points atm, they managed 80 in a season most regard as underwhelming for them. If / when guardiola moves on it might be a different matter. Liverpool is different, they dont have the limitless resources in...
  • caid replied to the thread Jose Mourinho | Spurs manager.
    Harsh on Wenger
  • I'm more inclined to say UEFA are utterly incompetent than City are innocent. I think City are clearly guilty of financial doping and spending way beyond their means but UEFA's attempt at controlling that was weak and pretty amateurish and their...
  • caid replied to the thread Leicester City vs Manchester United.
    Defence aside that looks a pretty decent team tbh
  • caid replied to the thread Post match vs West Ham United.
    Ah yes ... I guess i kind of assumed they'd beat Wolves tbh and disregarded them.
  • caid replied to the thread Post match vs West Ham United.
    If they beat us on Sunday a win today wouldn't have helped. They'd finish ahead of us on goal difference barring us racking up a cricket score today.
  • caid replied to the thread Post match vs West Ham United.
    Kind of feel McTominay and Fred should have started a couple of our last few games. They seem a pretty obvious solution to a lack of energy in the team. Would have let us rotate Pogba and Bruno a bit so at least one didn't look dead on their...
  • caid replied to the thread Fred | 2019/20 Performances.
    We kind of need matic for defending set pieces and corners, i like him otherwise. Think he works a lot better with McTominay than others too, which isn't ideal for either of them.
  • caid replied to the thread What's happened to De Gea?.
    I think we need to buy a new keeper in the summer. I think it should probably be our top priority ahead of right wing at this point. My only question in whether to drop him or not would be around how much harder it would be to sell him, but then...
  • I'd mix things up. I wouldn't make wholesale changes but giving martial and rashford a half each would seem like a good plan. Maybe the same with Bruno and Pogba, probably not a bad choice to rest at least one this match. Chelsea aren't going to...
  • caid replied to the thread 2019/20 Rivals - Chelsea.
    Getting us to play good football is pretty novel to be honest. Van Gaal managed about 4 games in 2 years and even when we were winning we were pretty shit under Mourinho. I cant speak for Chelsea but it looked like they needed a fair bit of...
  • caid replied to the thread 2019/20 Rivals - Chelsea.
    I think both could do each club a lot of good in the medium term. They each made a lot of sense for this season and did as good a job as you can hope for really. I'm not entirely sold on eithers ability to push on and win a league or champions...
  • caid replied to the thread Jose Mourinho | Spurs manager.
    You make your own luck. Theres a reason we win penalties under ole and didn't under him, he should recognise that and adjust, its overdue.
  • I think if they hired Mourinho two years ago it might have worked out better for them. Pochettino really doesn't look the manager to break the kind of duck Spurs have for winning things. His attitude and comments before important matches always...
  • caid replied to the thread Workrate.
    I wouldn't want to be bottom all the same. Villa didn't look a mobile team today. It looked like they had most of their players in their own half at all times and a couple of forwards meant to do everything at the other end single handed. Maybe...