Fans leaving at half-time

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Respecting all of them.
 

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Anyone leaving at HT you can't blame. But god I feel sorry for the ones who stayed the entire match.

Was hard watching...
Yeah I cannot blame them, not one bit. Just impressive if nothing else to see the hardcore still singing 20 times at like 85 minutes and 0-5 down. Got to respect them.
 

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I managed to make it to 60 minutes before I left. I'm envious of those who left at half time. That's half an hour extra I'll never get back.
 

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Fair play to them. The rest of them that stayed and cheered for Ole are a disgrace. You cannot accept this as a fan. You simply can't.
 

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To be fair, he was heavily involved in getting Ole as manager here. Without him, neither Moyes, nor Ole become managers.

I live him for what he has done for us for almost 30 years, but that should be his last mistake.
Fergie was heavy influential in getting Moyes as manager. I'm not sure he had such a role in bringing Ole to the fold.
 

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Every United fan in the stadium should have left at half time.
 

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Yeah. Not sure how to feel about this. You are supposed to stay with the team no matter what. This is ugly. Basically when you see what is happening you can't think but conclude that we deserve this. We have no real support, no real fans... This is ugly, ugly, ugly. Fans leaving like that is worst than the result.
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I left at half time. Not proud of it and first time I’ve left at half time in over 35 years of going to Old Trafford. Just couldn’t take what I knew was going to happen in the second half or listen to those gloating scousers in the away end.

I’d also prefer to protest about the changes we need by leaving rather than booing.
 

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Matchgoers are behind Ole huh? People just make up whatever. Like a group of people can ever be of one mind.
 

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Well done to those who walked out. Somebody in management needs to learn there are limits to what we will tolerate. Or are there?
 

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Like watching a poor movie. Will you keep watching a really poor movie or switch it up. A natural human reaction.

And a reason of “waste of time“ exist
 

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Mate went to the game & left after the Pogba Red. Said atmosphere was ‘dead’, don’t know if that’s just where he was sitting but he said quite a few left when he did.
 

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Fans who left at half time, don't come back let someone who will back the team have the seat.
 

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Anyone leaving at HT you can't blame. But god I feel sorry for the ones who stayed the entire match.

Was hard watching...
I watched on TV until the end, mostly to see what sort of reaction the full time whistle got, and it was nowhere near as bad as I expected. I think the fans that would have been likely to boo had already left.

Even the NBC commentary sounded downtrodden about how tough it was to watch, and one of them was Lee Dixon, a former Arsenal player and a City fan. Him and Le Saux sounded sympathetic, which was strange.
 

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It was bad enough watching it on the telly so can’t imagine how they were feeling especially with Liverpool fans singing Ole’s at the wheel etc.
 

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I watched on TV until the end, mostly to see what sort of reaction the full time whistle got, and it was nowhere near as bad as I expected. I think the fans that would have been likely to boo had already left.

Even the NBC commentary sounded downtrodden about how tough it was to watch, and one of them was Lee Dixon, a former Arsenal player and a City fan. Him and Le Saux sounded sympathetic, which was strange.
I was surprised by Lee Dixon’s commentary too, I normally can’t stand him but what surprised me the most was him not bashing Pogba for the red card or Ronaldo kicking out, he even said if he was 5-0 down he’d get a red card too as he’d be kicking out etc…
 

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Some leaving at HT, some waiting after the game for selfies and autographs