It's pretty effective. It makes their supporters shutup with any questions and complaints towards their own team and look forward to next year. Win nothing again. Rinse and repeat.Never understood why ‘we go again’ has become such a popular phrase among them, considering it’s a symbol of their bottlejob in 2014.
bedwetters who said this would happen can feck off
snowstorm during the Leicester game
Ugh..Everywhere is, can you imagine if they actually won the fecking thing!
Hard to say, we’re a better team but Spurs are a good match for us and it definitely won’t be easy. Think we’ll win though, their defence isn’t anything special and Vertonghen and Kane will only be half fit. If we score early, 3-0. If we don’t, 2-1What’s your prediction score wise for the C.L final?
I’d very surprised if ye didn’t win it. Then again, I didn’t predict the final to be the way it is either . Nevertheless i’m going with 2-0 for the Pool.Hard to say, we’re a better team but Spurs are a good match for us and it definitely won’t be easy. Think we’ll win though, their defence isn’t anything special and Vertonghen and Kane will only be half fit. If we score early, 3-0. If we don’t, 2-1
Indeed. It sounds like the sourest of sour grapes for United fans to bring it up considering we were absolutely nowhere but those four draws early in 2019 took it out of their hands.Yeah that gets glossed over a bit - they have had a fantastic season no doubt but they had it in their hands and they blew it.
Going to be hard one for Liverpool players to get over (winning the Champions league might help) . I recall Giggs saying he remembered the titles he lost the most so a penny for the thoughts of Liverpool players that haven't won a title before and had a 7 point lead in this title race only to let City back into it.
I know it sucks that the players didn't get the unquestioned trophy validation they desire, the fans don't get the massive celebrate and the organization as a whole doesn't get the league title monkey off their back.
But feck me, 97 points is still a hell of an accomplishment. Just incredible. And more practically it should, to me anyways, render opposition taunts from Arsenal, Chelsea and United fans about lacking a PL title rather hollow. It will still sting from City fans, but logically whatever Chelsea, United and Arsenal did over 38 Premier League games that the trophy represents we matched and surpassed it. There was no season of theirs better than this. And any lack of trophy just shows the practical limitations of the 38 game league as a football test in the first place. The United and Chelsea fans will still taunt of course, but the responsive shrug is going to be stronger than ever.
Hopefully we silence any doubt, logical or not, next season.
All they had to do was beat Everton or us (one would do). That's where they lost the title. Both of their rivals cost them.Indeed. It sounds like the sourest of sour grapes for United fans to bring it up considering we were absolutely nowhere but those four draws early in 2019 took it out of their hands.
Wow, if he would have just stopped with the following, I would be 100% with him:Alternative Premier League Table beauty