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Q: Manuel Pellegrini - What should we do
a. A good man & a good coach we should stick with him
9%
  
b. A busted flush & he's outstayed his welcome, time to go
38%
  
c. What difference does it really make who's in charge while the current owners are still in control
53%
  



Far Cough 8:06 Thu Sep 27
GTHC
0-2



Now that's better

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geoffpikey 4:10 Sat Sep 29
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What a fucking spanner

wurzel 3:03 Sat Sep 29
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Gay thatch headed cunt

Mr Anon 5:31 Fri Sep 28
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Bald headed Manc twat Pllkington says 1-1

Oh dear 5:26 Fri Sep 28
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Well, last week we were a team that sat back and countered, within 7-days and against similar opposition we're a team that push forward.

The man is a fucking ignoramus

Top Iron 12:26 Fri Sep 28
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Glad to see we're not the club in crisis this week. Makes a change.

Fortunes Hiding 11:54 Fri Sep 28
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He's gone into detail there about Man UTD and given us 3 lines!

Westham67 5:25 Fri Sep 28
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West Ham 3 Lukaku 1

Sydney_Iron 5:22 Fri Sep 28
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Fuck me, the cunt has verbal diarrhea on this game!

At least the curse is off, right score, wrong way around, 2-0 COYI



The situation at Manchester United is turning into a soap opera.

Paul Pogba's relationship with Jose Mourinho is not just in doubt, it is developing in front of our eyes - which is an absolutely ridiculous situation when you think of the size of that club.

It would appear that one of the two has got to give, and it is probably easier to sell a player than it is to get rid of a manager.

What complicates matters is that Pogba could and should be United's best player, and I would love to know the part that Pogba's agent Mino Raiola has played in all of this.

It would appear he has sniffed the possibility of a better deal at Barcelona and is thinking "let's get him out of Manchester United" which is the kind of scenario that I actually hate about football now.

Whoever is behind it all, it looks like Pogba no longer wants to play for United and in the end the player will always get his way.

It is a case of what does Mourinho do with him between now and 1 January?

I would suggest that he tells him to stay and play and give 100% until the transfer window opens and if he does that, he can leave.

It is a difficult situation for Mourinho and some of his behaviour has not helped him - at the moment it reminds me a lot of his acrimonious third year at Real, which obviously did not end well for him.

But the situation is still salvageable. I hate the term that a manager has "lost the dressing room" because generally they don't lose the entire squad, they only lose the players who are not playing.

They just become a nuisance, because they sense a manager could be on his way out and, because a change could benefit them, they are the ones who are whispering to the press.

It is those disaffected players that are a problem, and there are plenty of them at United that definitely do not fall into that category, who will still be playing for Mourinho.

That is why I think they will go to West Ham and win.

The Hammers have had a good week, with their point against Chelsea and then thumping Macclesfield 8-0.

But if I was in that United dressing room after everything that has gone on this week, I would be thinking now "let's just go and win this game and show people what we are about".

West Ham will come at them too which, with the way United like to play, is perfect for them.

Lawro's prediction: 0-2

Vexed 8:31 Thu Sep 27
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Top man GTHC

bruuuno 8:16 Thu Sep 27
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He’s a fucking mong





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