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hawkman

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Best 45 minutes from us all season. Which isn't saying much but finally actually trying to play. Would be nice if our best striker played in his natural position though
 

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sabre_ac

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I can’t imagine what it’s like to go into a game nil all at half time but know things will be ok because you have a player of Kante’s caliber to bring on it. Meanwhile Spurs first change is Skipp

For all the outrage at the super league (fair), the financial resource gap is still immense. Life is certainly easier when you choose one of the franchises (Chelsea / United / City & lesser extend Liverpool).


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SM

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I can’t imagine what it’s like to go into a game nil all at half time but know things will be ok because you have a player of Kante’s caliber to bring on it. Meanwhile Spurs first change is Skipp

For all the outrage at the super league (fair), the financial resource gap is still immense. Life is certainly easier when you choose one of the franchises (Chelsea / United / City & lesser extend Liverpool).


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"Choose" :sick:
 

chef

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Cracking win this morning, Tommy turned the game at half time. 2nd half was exceptional. 3 out of 3 now at the new 3 point lane.

Rudiger keeps surprising me, not only is he a proud strong leader and not scared to stand up for himself, but hes also an amazing CB. Sign him up Marina.

Bring on City.
 

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jd2010

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Time to just not play Ndombele I think, or at least not start him. Just can't get fit enough.
Yeah he has royally f’ed us. Is exactly what we need. But has amateurish fitness that Poch, Mou, Mason and now Nuno are pissed at. 200k a week too!
 

pantskyle

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I can see why the first one wasn't a pen to Ronaldo, the ball was too far gone, certainly wasn't a dive though, second one surely that's a pen.

Lingard owed us a goal, take the win and move on. Good to see DDG finally save a pen.
 

Indie_

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Bradesmaen You still moyes over Ole?
Because Ole beat Moyes while having a squad that is miles better? The gap between Man United and West Ham should be a lot more than what we saw last night (i.e. relying on a late winner and a penalty save).

And Moyes finishing 6th and qualifying for Europe with a squad that was widely tipped for relegation/a very low finish is a greater accomplishment than anything that Ole has done as a coach.
 

Memphis

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Because Ole beat Moyes while having a squad that is miles better? The gap between Man United and West Ham should be a lot more than what we saw last night (i.e. relying on a late winner and a penalty save).

And Moyes finishing 6th and qualifying for Europe with a squad that was widely tipped for relegation/a very low finish is a greater accomplishment than anything that Ole has done as a coach.
Moyes took over a title winning team for them to finish 7th and not qualify for any european competition.

Both are tactically inept in their own way, but I'll take Oles attacking style over moyes' 50 crosses a game style anyday.

What Moyes has done has been exceptional but I'm going off of what they've done for united.
 

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