Why does Ole watch the match on a screen?

horsechoker

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Why does he does this?

And is this the reason we drew with Southampton?
 

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The screen has Norwegian subtitles so it's easier for him to follow what's going on.
 

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Yes, this is exactly why we drew with Southampton. Presumably for the VAR calls to then put more pressure on the officials.
 

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Why don't we have people up in the stands who can get an aerial view of the pitch and notice tactical shifts and relay to Ole on the sidelines? Like defensive coordinators in NFL football
 

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Are we sure he was watching the match? Probably scrolling through the caf match thread looking for tactical ideas from the experts on here.
 

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Corrie is on at the same time as our matches!
 

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Because one of the new, world-beating Brexit trade deals means that we export Pong to Norwegian football managers.
 

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Why don't we have people up in the stands who can get an aerial view of the pitch and notice tactical shifts and relay to Ole on the sidelines? Like defensive coordinators in NFL football
I've always wondered this. Surely a different vantage would be beneficial?
 

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Are we sure he was watching the match? Probably scrolling through the caf match thread looking for tactical ideas from the experts on here.
This explain why he is so clueless. Someone need to remove the screen!
 

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Are we sure he was watching the match? Probably scrolling through the caf match thread looking for tactical ideas from the experts on here.
I blame caf for yesterday's draw then! Feck caf!
 

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The bird's eye view is one of the best tactical views in sports or anything. It's why the average armchair fan can see passes trained athletes don't pick up in realtime. I'm actually surprised more sports personnel don't use it. Guess their eyes are trained to see everything at ground level just fine
 

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We're so good he's actually doing the 'I'd pay to watch them play' bit by getting a subscription
 

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Ole's on Tinder. Its a target-rich environment considering the number of United fans around the world.
 

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He’s constantly refreshing craigslist. Nope still no bids for Lingard.
 

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I thought the league had appointed him manager and 4th official but only at old Trafford.
 

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He's playing Football Manager 2020. Been trying to sign Pereira for Molde FC for 3 summers in a row now.
 

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Watching should we keep or fire Ole thread live.

p.s. cant find a photo anywhere.
 
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100% sure he is browsing caf, to get expert advise in match day thread.
 

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He's got a running live feed showing six United fans watching the game in their undies at home, trying to recreate just a little bit of atmosphere. That empty stand is a lonely place.