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Ok, So we lost again....

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Message 1 - posted by neville4president (U2356104) , Oct 29, 2005

Ok guys we lost again, it hurts, but.... and listen,

Tomorrow you will wake up, turn on sky sports news or pick up the paper, and BAM it will hit you, we lost 4-1 to an average Boro side who were on a good day, and you will see things like "LETS FIRE FERGIE" etc in the papers...

Should we?

NO.

Were missing great players....
1. Keane - Best Midfeilder Possibly Ever + Captin
2. Gary Neville - The best right back in the world and a pure inspiration on the pitch
3. Ryan Giggs - Quality Left Winger

Therefore we are having to play as what I see to be 2 attacking midfeilders, and it seems they just cant click with each other at the moment, the quicker fortune or keane can return the better to our midfeild, having Keane will mean that we can let Scholes get up and score the goals he is so famous for.

We have got to give fergie time to rebuild the sqaud, we WILL finish in the top 2 of the league, i think for silver wear we will have to look towards FA and Carling cup, youve got to remember all the players fergie is bringing into the sqaud, and next season, these "Kids" will win us the league...
1. Rossi - Unbelivible
2. Bardsley - Man Utd through and through, what we need
3. Richardson - quality left winger, could go on to be the best left back in the world with time
4. Pique is a quality player, trust me he is the replacement for rio in a few years time
5. Dave jones is a quality centre mid on loan at preston at the moment and he is doing brilliantly for them


I know its tough to loose, and the championship is drifting away, but lets back fergie and the team, in the long run, weve got one over chelsea
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Message 2 - posted by Red66 LUHG (U1795301) , Oct 29, 2005

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Message 3 - posted by cornishstokie (U2106669) , Oct 30, 2005

This reminds me so much of the kind of rhetoric you'd hear from Liverpool fans in about 1992-93.

The glory days are over. The side is disintegrating and is not ever going to be as good as before. A new era is starting - you did it to liverpool, chelsea will do to you.

No more titles for a good few years. Wait for Fergie to retire (because face facts you'll never sack him) and rebuild for a new generation.

p.s I am neither chelsea or arsenal BTW.

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Message 4 - posted by philosophicalsparky (U2355406) , Oct 30, 2005

Wake up and stop taking the drugs, if you´re no taking drugs then go see the doctor

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Message 5 - posted by TwoBitTwoBit (U1573417) , Oct 30, 2005

Its nice to here some refreshingly honest views from Man Utd fans.

It is the nature of football that a clubs fortunes ebb and flow. One team dominates, drops away, another takes its place. Man Utd will always be there or thereabouts but the days of unparalelled dominance and mountains of trophies are OVER.

The only way to move forwards positively is to accept this.

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Message 6 - posted by R-Keane (Manager) (U1788282) , Oct 30, 2005

Right now we're crippled with inexperience. Playing Bardsley and Richardson is causing us too many problems. Both of them have way too much to learn and we can't afford the amount of games they are getting for them to catch up. We're losing ground. We need prem experience and fast. Gravesen is what we need for now.

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Message 7 - posted by Red_Red_Devil (U1746507) , Oct 30, 2005

Ok guys we lost again, it hurts, but.... and listen,

Tomorrow you will wake up, turn on sky sports news or pick up the paper, and BAM it will hit you, we lost 4-1 to an average Boro side who were on a good day, and you will see things like "LETS FIRE FERGIE" etc in the papers...

Should we?

NO.

Were missing great players....
1. Keane - Best Midfeilder Possibly Ever + Captin
2. Gary Neville - The best right back in the world and a pure inspiration on the pitch
3. Ryan Giggs - Quality Left Winger

Therefore we are having to play as what I see to be 2 attacking midfeilders, and it seems they just cant click with each other at the moment, the quicker fortune or keane can return the better to our midfeild, having Keane will mean that we can let Scholes get up and score the goals he is so famous for.

We have got to give fergie time to rebuild the sqaud, we WILL finish in the top 2 of the league, i think for silver wear we will have to look towards FA and Carling cup, youve got to remember all the players fergie is bringing into the sqaud, and next season, these "Kids" will win us the league...
1. Rossi - Unbelivible
2. Bardsley - Man Utd through and through, what we need
3. Richardson - quality left winger, could go on to be the best left back in the world with time
4. Pique is a quality player, trust me he is the replacement for rio in a few years time
5. Dave jones is a quality centre mid on loan at preston at the moment and he is doing brilliantly for them


I know its tough to loose, and the championship is drifting away, but lets back fergie and the team, in the long run, weve got one over chelsea

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Message 8 - posted by R-Keane (Manager) (U1788282) , Oct 30, 2005

nope don't agree. we can of course get it back. but it might be a while before it happens.
Its nice to here some refreshingly honest views from Man Utd fans.

It is the nature of football that a clubs fortunes ebb and flow. One team dominates, drops away, another takes its place. Man Utd will always be there or thereabouts but the days of unparalelled dominance and mountains of trophies are OVER.

The only way to move forwards positively is to accept this.

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