- Jun 5, 2016
He was clearly referring to 'oh a comeback is on the cards here'What’s his problem? A top red out of the gantry but an absolute prick when commentating on us. Just said ‘oh’ when we scored followed by 3 minutes of him being all dreamy about City. Don’t get him at all.
United go 1-0 up at City and that's your first thought? Don't get you at all.What’s his problem? A top red out of the gantry but an absolute prick when commentating on us. Just said ‘oh’ when we scored followed by 3 minutes of him being all dreamy about City. Don’t get him at all.
Exactly. I feel Gary hits the nail on the head with alot of subjects and just says it how it is, regardless of his love for United, because you know, unlike some Liverpool pundits, he tries to keep Bias out of it, which is what a good pundit should do and describe what they see.He was clearly referring to 'oh a comeback is on the cards here'
People are so sensitive to everything he says, I don't get that at all
He doesn’t have full on mental breakdowns with serious mental health issues like half the posters here so that’s considered being upbeat to them. Normal angry doesn’t cut it.Are you watching the same game I am?
You can tell he was livid, especially in the first half.
I don’t like listening to him commentate on United games. If he wants to analyse and rant about the owners after the game, fine. But it’s not the commentators job to be doing that during the game.Feel sorry for opposition supporters having to listen to him. Theres two teams out there and even if he has a point, you cant bang on every match about the same thing
About time. It's only at United where ex-players will wait until the last possible moment before criticising the manager. It's the Fergie effect. We think managers should be some untouchable entity in a club. Times have changed. The only problem is that the folks upstairs calling the shots are equally culpable. They appointed Ole after all.He’s openly questioned him today which is a fairly big shift in narrative from Neville.
Questioned subs and tactics (like all fans are doing), which is unusual and a change from his normal approach.
Pogba didn't start so there is not much for him to say.Gary has conveniently decided to focus on Salford tonight, going by his Twitter. I wonder if he has the balls to say his mate should possibly leave or is he going to repeat 2018 again where he shamed the media and fans for thinking Jose should go and instead needs more time.