WHO Poll
Q: 2020/2021 Where will we finish up this season?
a. Top Four, Champions League here we come
9%
  
b. 5th-7th Europa League is well within our grasp
10%
  
c. 8th to 14th anywhere in mid table is about right
31%
  
d. We're in a dog fight before a ball has been kicked and we'll do well to finish 17th or just above
24%
  
e. GSB have derailed our season before a ball has been kicked, the Championship beckons
26%
  



Alfs 12:28 Wed Mar 10
View from the opposition - Manchester United
Thanks to Fortunes Hiding who admitted that he had a mate who was a Manc and passed on his details.

Please post your questions below. Gank, you can be first, if you like.

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Alfs 2:05 Fri Mar 12
Re: View from the opposition - Manchester United
Sorry, Eswing. I've already emailed them to our guest fan.

eswing hammer 1:26 Fri Mar 12
Re: View from the opposition - Manchester United
Late one ...Every single pundit and ref agreed it was but did you agree with Gary Neville that it wasn’t a penalty when Harry Maguire manhandled the Chelsea player to the floor ?

Alfs 1:13 Fri Mar 12
Re: View from the opposition - Manchester United
Thread is closed to questions now.

Cheers all.

Mex Martillo 9:06 Thu Mar 11
Re: View from the opposition - Manchester United
After how many years without a trophy will you stop supporting Manchester United.

Mex Martillo 9:04 Thu Mar 11
Re: View from the opposition - Manchester United
Thats true Alex, must be something ManU do in training?
Perhaps Lingard will lose that ability with time?

Mex Martillo 9:02 Thu Mar 11
Re: View from the opposition - Manchester United
When people talk about United, do you get confused that they may be talking about the great West Ham United?

Alex G 8:56 Thu Mar 11
Re: View from the opposition - Manchester United
All of West Ham's penalties this season have come about due to fouls on Lingard. Was there something that wasn't changed in the paperwork when we signed him such that he still gets the special Man United penalty box treatment from referees?

bell 8:56 Thu Mar 11
Re: View from the opposition - Manchester United
Has Fabien Barthez put his hand down yet?

Russ of the BML 8:37 Thu Mar 11
Re: View from the opposition - Manchester United
What part of Asia are you from? The part that eats dogs or the part where grown men wank over school girls?

Hermit Road 8:26 Thu Mar 11
Re: View from the opposition - Manchester United
Why did you pick Man U to support instead of Liverpool, was it a simple toss of the coin?

BigLump 8:12 Thu Mar 11
Re: View from the opposition - Manchester United
Having seen what happened with the likes of Juventus in Italy a few years ago, regarding bribery and corruption - does it worry you that at some stage someone will finally get around to investigating and rightfully taking all those 'trophies' you bought, off you.

When that happens, will you choose to support City or Liverpool?

Alwaysaniron 5:42 Thu Mar 11
Re: View from the opposition - Manchester United
Do you subscribe to the fact that your team are awarded a disproportionate amount of penalties and free kicks along with significant allowances from VAR? In essence is it not obvious to you all that as a club you're given huge advantages and are, by default. cheats?

charleyfarley 5:33 Thu Mar 11
Re: View from the opposition - Manchester United
Are you proud of your 'diving for a penalty academy'

Mex Martillo 5:31 Thu Mar 11
Re: View from the opposition - Manchester United
What will you do when we finish above you in the table?

What happened between 1964 Hillsborough West Ham v Manchester United FA Cup with all supports happy together and 1967 meeting at Upton Park in the league or worse 1975 when it was pandemonium!

2nd question from One Iron’s book.

Mr Kenzo 5:17 Thu Mar 11
Re: View from the opposition - Manchester United
Do you regret backing the wrong horse now that City are a successful club and would you now change allegiance from Red to Sky Blue ?

On a scale of 1-10, how much of a cunt do you think London Born and Man Utd fan Andy Goldstein is?

Northern Sold 5:12 Thu Mar 11
Re: View from the opposition - Manchester United
* sigh *

Fifth Column 5:11 Thu Mar 11
Re: View from the opposition - Manchester United
Given every Man Utd fan in the south was "born in Manchester"/"my dad was born in Manchester" - isn't it surprising that there is anyone left still living in Manchester that hasn't moved to Surrey?

Fifth Column 5:08 Thu Mar 11
Re: View from the opposition - Manchester United
One of your fans get so angry at us chanting "your city's blue" the last time we played that he got ejected by your own stewards. Why are you all so insecure and angry now you're the second best team in Manchester?

Fifth Column 5:06 Thu Mar 11
Re: View from the opposition - Manchester United
The last time I got the tram back from Old Trafford after a match I was telling one of your fans that none of you lot are from Manchester. He got upset and said I was talking rubbish. About 30 seconds later a Chinese tourist loudly asked if anyone on the tram could tell him how he could walk from Piccadilly Gardens tram stop to the station. I had to tell him. No-one could tell him apart from me because no-one else on the tram carriage knew.

My question is: how much do you think I laughed in the face of your "fan" at this point?

WHU(Exeter) 5:04 Thu Mar 11
Re: View from the opposition - Manchester United
That should actually be the first question asked of them.

Hammer and Pickle 5:02 Thu Mar 11
Re: View from the opposition - Manchester United
Got any football related questions or are just going to follow me around like a love-lorn puppy?

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