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  2. villa4europe

    Manchester United

    saying spurs are bigger than utd is the same argument that baggies fans made when we got relegated...finishing above them 2/3 years doesnt make them bigger, utd are probably the 3rd biggest team in the world behind barca and real madrid, i think it will take years for them drop off from that perch, and i think edwood woodwood will ensure that they keep making off the field decisions that keep them up there rather than on the field decisions that see them deservedly be there with that in mind i think zidane will be the number 1 target, he's easier to get and he's got more of a global brand behind him
  3. Stevo985

    Manchester United

    I think you'd be the only one
  4. Demitri_C

    Manchester United

    But which is a more progressive club? For me as much as I dislike spurs they are. United are on the decline and have a very poor squad when you compare to the teams of fergie. Back in the day players would laugh at going to spurs ahead of united. Now days spurs are seen as a more attractive option than united.
  5. Demitri_C

    Villa Kit 2018-19

    Yeah that's streaks one looks for youngsters or someone that skateboards
  6. Xela

    Manchester United

    At least I will be ab;le to book the Penthouse at the Lowry now...
  7. Shropshire Lad

    Manchester United

    This bigger club discussion makes me wonder...this is the third appointment that has broadly speaking been “wrong”. Hypothetically how many more appointments or how many more years would it take before Utd no longer hold their huge club status, are no longer the marketable global brand that they still are? Essentially get completely cut adrift from Liverpool, Man City etc and become like Everton. Five years? Ten years? Or is the size of the club so big that this isn’t a concern at all?
  8. TRO

    Dean Smith

    Of course its better.....but 2 wrongs don't make a right. for me, a huge portion of the entertainment package is Winning.I can also gain satisfaction from watching defenders execute their technical abilities and dominance i.e Macca, Laursen We want to get out of this division....i assume. Its not a criticism, but we can't defend and its going to cost us our objective. Dean has done well and I prefer his style.....but we need to defend better than what we are...not only are there too many, they are poor quality, shabby defending. He needs players in and they need to be comfortable in competing and hunting for the ball. He wants clean sheets as much as me.....he said so after the Boro game.
  9. Jareth

    Dean Smith

    Patatas head
  10. Zatman

    Manchester United

    United are still a huge club, look at revenue they bring in still. Highest attendance in the league on average just badly managed Mourinho won more trophies at United than Spurs have in last 25 years
  11. Demitri_C

    Manchester United

    Your still thinking like united are a big club the one in the 90s that use to win loads of trophies . They have been average since fergie left. Spurs have surpassed them, Liverpool have surpassed them hell even Chelsea have. Thats not evening including city. I would put united on same level as arsenal. United are not the force they once were.
  12. LakotaDakota

    Manchester United

    Weirdly if you paste the url as plain text rather than rich text it seems to embed
  13. TRO

    Dean Smith

    Dean Smith and his coaching prowess, can only do so much. We are conceding too many goals recently.....We need an additional dimension in our defensive play.....there is nowhere near enough intensity and urgency in our defending. I hope January will provide it.
  14. sheepyvillian

    Dean Smith

    When we dropped points under the previous regime we didn't even have the entertainment factor to fall back on. At least we're going out there with the determination to win the game and that, for me , is what matters most.
  15. LakotaDakota

    The "Witton Lane" Boxing Chat Thread

    Yep, The whole thing is stupid really. No point in joshua/wilder trying to unify all the belts as they only fight twice per year which would mean they are unable to fulfil their obligations to defend against the mandatory challenger for each sanctioning body anyway which just leads to even more Silver/Interim/Bullshit belts yet again. If you have 3 belts you should be forced to fight 3 times per year. 3x 10-12 weeks camps + a week of recovery after a bout still gives you 3 months+ of doing whatever you want per year
  16. Dr_Pangloss

    Manchester United

    They really aren't. United are an infinitely bigger club than Spurs, he'd also earn a lot more money himself and have a lot more money to spend on players. I'm convinced he'd jump at the chance.
  17. Many thanks for all your match reports throughout the year, John. Keep it up and have a happy Christmas and a wonderful 2019.
  18. bickster

    Things that piss you off that shouldn't

    Just walk in with no socks on that should do the trick thanks
  19. TRO

    Dean Smith

    And its what we all want......but when the points are dropped, the entertainment argument gets tarnished.....because it stands alone. We need clean sheets......and entertainment.
  20. Genie

    Manchester United

    I would. I think his demise at Arsenal showed that he struggled to relate to modern day footballers and have the influence he used to have. Needs to be someone like Conte / Poch / Zidane / Mancini etc (imo)
  21. Tegis

    Manchester United

    https://www.twitter.com/squires_david/status/1074978878613929984 EMBEDD DAMN YOU
  22. villa4europe

    The Game's Gone

    it balances out with all the management being on 200% of what they earn in the UK
  23. Demitri_C

    Manchester United

    United is a step down nowdays. Would not be suprised if they went for Wenger until end of the season
  24. sne

    The Game's Gone

    Just imagine what it would have cost to build had they not used slaves instead of workers.
  25. Dr_Pangloss

    The "Witton Lane" Boxing Chat Thread

    TBH pretty much all of the sanctioning bodies have 'interim' titles of sorts and internally recognise those 'champions', it's not just the WBA, the WBC has 'international' and 'silver' titles, the IBF has an interim title that they occasionally dust off as well. WBA is the worst and that's mainly because they seem to recognise the 'regular' and 'super' title holders as world champions.
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