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Let's all laugh at Man Utd: Onana, Where’s Your Shame?

Head&Shoulders

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The clubs just rotten.

Having poor or overrated players is one thing but there's absolutely no excuse for the lack of fight / effort some of those players put in yesterday, it's been happening for years too.

Rashford on his day is a fantastic player but he should be embarrassed with himself with how little effort put in yesterday. It was shocking tbh and he's meant to be a talisman / leader of the club.

Rashford isn't lazy like that for England either so he's got no excuse doing it for his club.

If Newcastle had won 4-0 It wouldn't have flattered them.
He doesn't need to track back for England when 90% of the games played in qualifiers are against 3rd world countries. I don't know how you can call someone who's had multiple seasons where he went on a 15+ games goal drought fantastic?
 

RunTheTrap

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The clubs just rotten.

Having poor or overrated players is one thing but there's absolutely no excuse for the lack of fight / effort some of those players put in yesterday, it's been happening for years too.

Rashford on his day is a fantastic player but he should be embarrassed with himself with how little effort put in yesterday. It was shocking tbh and he's meant to be a talisman / leader of the club.

Rashford isn't lazy like that for England either so he's got no excuse doing it for his club.

If Newcastle had won 4-0 It wouldn't have flattered them.
“On his day”, if I got a penny every time I heard this said about a United player, I'd have enough money to buy one Harry Maguire. At this point, that appears to be in the small print whenever they purchase a player. Pogba, Rashford, Martial, Shaw, Antony, Sancho, Antony (well it's never his day), Varane and I could name several players in the last decade that this sentiment applies to.
 

sdotzdot

Established Member
I think ETH is awful, was one of the first on here to call him out as an average manager, however I do feel for him. When you have to deal with players like Sancho, Rashford, Martial etc as big presences in your dressing room, you’re already set up for failure. You’ll never be at the top level of competition in this sport with players with attitudes like that.

He needed unequivocal club backing to completely abolish them, whether they can sell them or not. It’s one of the biggest reasons Arteta is doing well here, because the club backed him with the big decisions against the big players, despite everyone questioning him at the time, he made the right choices and the club ignored the noise and focused on sticking to a long term plan.

Then again, ETH is the one who’s added to that by signing awful players who have bad attitudes also or came to United just to collect a pension.

They’re a mess and I think they’ll continue to be for a very, very long time now.
 

MartiSaka

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Their arrogance is pretty funny on their forum.

They castigate other teams fans for booing their players etc when each of their players threads are so reactionary it’s unbelievable.

Harry Maguire is now flavour of the month there. Watch when he makes a mistake now…they will be sending him death threats on instagram. Strange fanbase.


Arsenal fans were no different when we were in our banter era. It seems he is the flavour of the month because half the players don't appear to be trying too hard. Macguire always puts in the effort, but you are right, once he makes a mistake....
 

Synical

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Country: England
Surely its not good sign for ETH as the manager would expect that at minimum. Seems there are players not following the manager.

Goldbridge said people are saying the players are not playing for the manager anymore but the truth is they're not playing for the FANS. People travel across the country or even abroad to see their team- even getting up at all hours to catch a flight or whatever. The players are disrespecting those people, not the manager- who isn't a fan of the club...he's just being paid to do a job.

(As an aside this makes me feel lucky to have Mikel because he actually is an Arsenal fan 😆)
 

Mohamed7

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United fans took success for granted. Almost like entitlement while other fans went lengthy spells of being **** including us.

To think what the Geordie fans went through when NUFC got relegated and Sunderland made fun of them. City and Chelsea decades of being absolutely ****e while their rivals won for fun. Everton till today. Sp**s every season for over 60 years.

United was fortunate having their success period at just right time of new powerful league launch, EPL. That’s gone. The entitlement, the biggest club in the world myth, must go. Be humble and patient to get through this difficult period.

The mess they have made in the last 10 including ETH set them back even further. ETH HAS a lot to fix. Some he even created with the poor and expensive purchases.

There’s not one position you would think they have fixed let alone having core 4-6 players to rely. He must create and build upon a core number of players who would die for him.
 

A_G

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razörist

Soft With The Ladies, Hard With The Mes

Country: Morocco
They always crack me up. Thank God they won some undeserved matches otherwise Ten Hag would've been sacked already (Wolves at home 1-0, Brentford 3-2 in the last minute, even the 1-0 vs. Luton at home was pathetic).

They now play Chelsea, Bournemouth, Bayern and then go to Anfield :lol:
Anfield is the game I have marked as the game they really down tools on him
 

db10_therza

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I don't like Utd but I'm hoping they nick a point vs Liverpool just to see Carragher and Neville arguing. And to help us of course.

It’s another win-win game for us really. If Pool drop points that’s preferable, but at the same time I’m not gonna sit here and pretend like I wouldn’t be smiling inside and out if Utd get spanked 9-0 …

Worst result would be Pool winning a scrappy game 1-0
 
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