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    Default Re: The demise of (The Demise of) Manchester United

    You thought the second one wasn't a penalty and a clear goal scoring opportunity?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlos View Post
    I can see Everton getting 4th (even 3rd) at the moment
    Nope.


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    Excellent to see both Liverpool and Man Utd in the bottom half of the table. Long may it continue.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Anubis View Post
    Blind is a full on defensive midfielder and is herrera really that attacking?
    Regardless if what you say is true its their own fault for spending so much on transfers and wages and not fixing the problems that they had for more than just this year.

    The penalty should have been a freekick before hand but the challenge on blackett wasnt much.
    That's 2, leaving 2 'midfielders' who don't want to defend along with 2 forwards who don't want to do much either. You need a better defence and central midfield to be able to pull those sorts of tactics off. I noticed their defensive line was non-existant all game, the Centre Backs were never in line. Watching Forest yesterday, I saw that when our defence was near halfway/middle of our half, they were in a line. I thought this was the sort of thing van Gaal was the expert on.

    Vardy nudged Blackett as he went to head the ball, that's always a foul. Regardless, Blackett's foul, sliding in after he'd got back and made it almost impossible for Vardy to score was very poor.


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    from 3:1 to 3:5 against the Foxes... hahahahhahahahahahhaha


    (Good job Foxes)


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    Heard on 5 live earlier that is is the first time in Premier League history (which of course is means all time) that they've lost a match after having a two goal lead.


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    Some shocking defending but a dreadful decision for penalty "conceded" by Rafael.

    United must be kicking themselves, having allowed Howard Webb to retire and not replacing him.

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    Default Leicester 5 v 3 Man United

    Fair play to Leicester... they are fast becoming my favourite Premier league team this season, based on

    1. They have established themselves well, as I could see Forest doing once we get promoted (as were are similar size and budget clubs)

    2. I will support anyone with my all-time Forest hero "Big Wes" in the team

    3. The way they turned over Man United today was a thing of beauty... no respecters of reputation - they just wanted it more (seeing Rooney lose his rag with his defenders and United fans in stunned disbelief blaming the ref on the internet after the game...LOL)


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    Im not sticking up for Rooney but if the ref did what he did to united with those two decisions about the indecent I would be livid. Man U spent so much money but neglected to buy a CB deluded barstewards or incompetent.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Rooster View Post
    Fair play to Leicester... they are fast becoming my favourite Premier league team this season, based on

    1. They have established themselves well, as I could see Forest doing once we get promoted (as were are similar size and budget clubs)

    2. I will support anyone with my all-time Forest hero "Big Wes" in the team

    3. The way they turned over Man United today was a thing of beauty... no respecters of reputation - they just wanted it more (seeing Rooney lose his rag with his defenders and United fans in stunned disbelief blaming the ref on the internet after the game...LOL)
    1. No, they've had a great start, they need to keep that going, in no way are they established yet.

    2. I wish him well but now he's gone I'm not really that fussed, much like I'm not about Leicester.

    3. Absolutely!

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    Perhaps they could enlist Man United as their rivals?


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    Ambition!

    Always had a soft spot for them


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    I don't mind Leicester but I have many plastic fans on my facebook and texts and it's annoying me already. Don't mind the team or the club, I actually think they are something we should take a strong influence from in the way they've quietly and professionally gone about business the last 2/3 years after making similar mistakes to what we did. We're on the same path a year after them I think.


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    Im no more fussed about Leicester than I am about Stoke but I agree on point 3.

    United suffering from the refereeing decisions amuses me greatly. For years they intimidated referees and gained immensely, now they are getting stiffed. What goes around comes around.


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    Leicester - the midlands equivalent to Doncaster Rovers, Bolton Wanderers or Middlesborough. Shiny, boring stadium, no fans, have or currently are overachieving and want to spark up a rivalry with either near neighbor but can't.

    Fair play to them for their start and I fancy them to stay up. The bottom of the Premier League doesn't have much quality this year.


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    Gets funnier each time. About the least subtle foul and dive you'll ever see!


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    Gets funnier each time. About the least subtle foul and dive you'll ever see!
    Ridiculous decision the first was a foul the second wasn't and this geezer is supposed to be our top referee?


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    Man U are bizarre - top class attackers but a centre back pair who are probably the worst in the PL. Long may it continue.
    Fair play to Leicester who have been excellent in every game so far.

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    Incredible performance by Leicester


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    I so wish we were playing Man U in the cup rather than Spurs. The AA would have a field day against the Man U comedy defence.


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    Watching the spittle flecked indignation of that thundercunt Rooney on MOTD2 just makes me laugh even more.


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    How often in the last 15 years have we seen EXACTLY that sort of not-free-kick-then-a-soft-penalty given TO ManUre?

    So satisfying to see the boot on the other foot.

    By "relegation battle", do you mean 7th, 12th or 14th?

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    "Off Morgan's shin and it could have gone anywhere"

    Some things never change.


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    Crazy missed foul by Clattenhair and subsequent crazy given pk.

    Not at all surprised by Leicester and their continued success. They play as a unit in ways we do not.

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