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  • Louis Saha`s post points to both the problem and the solution. Marcus is not `only a squad player` as some posters think - he is a genuine talent, he`s one of United`s own and his problem has seemed to some of us as over-thinking his playing and...
  • ryansgirl replied to the thread Thank you Jesse.
    I`ll happily second the title and first post of this thread. Jesse Lingard has been proud to play for Manchester United, he came through the ranks, he scored some cracking and vital goals including in cup finals and he wanted nothing more than to...
  • David Beckham did get carried away off the pitch when he started to appear everywhere in non sporting mags and his relationship with Victoria was continually and annoyingly plastered everywhere courtesy of his and hers PR. They both didn`t...
  • And that`s where Moyes` keenness to `prove` he was his own man was his own undoing along with other actions. He turfed Phelan out - the man who knew the club inside out and had the respect of the players. Phelan knew about man management just...
  • Oh that`s right, it was the English First Division then later became the Premiership before Premier League. I know Dave Sexton who came after Tommy Docherty was the subject of complaints that he wasn`t a good communicator and the players didn`t...
  • Damn, when did that happen? I feel for Ole and was with him until that dreadful final when players were run ragged while others were kept on the bench when suitable subtitutions and tactical changes could have been made. He had also made those...
  • You do go back! What was it really like to witness the decline of United into a relegated team? I`m guessing that back then the Premiership was such a different entity that while United`s fall was a bad time it wasn`t seen as the end of the world...
  • ryansgirl replied to the thread Merci Paul.
    Paul Pogba is a classic case of could have been, should have been at Manchester United. His return was not the best timing for him and his toxic agent although RIP did not help Paul`s case later. Paul was not a good fit for the post-Sir Alex...
  • Goodbye Juan Mata, we were lucky to have such a professional and decent man during a time of instability. A man who was a quiet rock of professionalism and who should have been played in his natural position. Godspeed.
  • Can you imagine the likes of so many of those posters on here witnessing United`s freefall after Sir Matt retired or the instability under Tommy Docherty and Big Ron? They would be even more hysterical than now. As for the first years under the...
  • Some inaccuracies above. Sir Alex actually advised Moyes to keep key staff members that were nonetheless kicked out by the new manager but David Moyes confused being his own man to earn respect from the start with making changes for the sake of...
  • I am still waiting to hear the evidence of Marcus Rashford`s `toxicity` in the dressing room and elsewhere at United..........................
  • My support of Marcus and I am sure that of others isn`t down to sentiment. When he is on form he is an exciting player in the United tradition, he gets the club and what it should stand for as he is one of the homegrown and he has used his fame...
  • Everyone can say whatever they like and anyone can disagree with them provided the mods don`t think our posts are over the top.
  • I like Bailly but both his performance and the attitude he has shown fall below the standards that United need to meet again in order to look like Manchester United. He will not get better with us and for the sake of squad discipline he should be...