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Discussion in 'Manchester United' started by JamesA, Aug 12, 2012.
The man of knowledge must be able not only to love hie enemies but also hate his friends.
John Terry is a worthless piece of shit.
(no exipiry date-renew May 2013)
one will screw anything and the other will do anything to get a rise out of you!
FFS! Could you at least use a NSFW tag!
Do you know how much crap I'll be in if my boss wanders past and I've got a picture up of a massive pair of tits??
Jose Mourinho: "Call Me The 'Only One' "
This guy is the Dalai Lama of swagism.
"After having won practically everything, as time has passed I have become less self-centred and egocentric"
He's awesome. And correct.
I hope he is Fergie's eventual successor.
I think he will. Is there a bigger challenge in the game today?
In domestic football, it's the only thing has yet to "win"
Whats that James?
Waits for NM in 5...4...3....2....
What I'm getting at, is taking the mantle from SAF, and going on to be as successful as him would be the greatest thing to his ego going in the game today. If he came here and won over United fans...that really would be something else.
Fergie is one a very, very small group of coaches still active who can make an legitimate argument of being as good if not better than Mou.
Now if Mou could go on to succeed him...
Dont think he will be, he likes to buy players with big fees and wages, ignores youth and doesnt play attacking football.
For the upcoming season, this website will list all the EPL games that are being broadcast in the upcoming season.
Muamba calls it a day
What's up with the random downvoting of comments on that story?
Why would they get more negative votes than positive?
Anyway, I share the above sentiments.
Only thing I can think of is people being sad to see him go and not wanting to "like" the fact that he's gone. Kinda like a question of liking the sentiment or the fact.
Thought it was weird, especially how very similar comments are all popular.
My only idea was the grammar police. "Too" instead of "to" in the second example, plus all the exclamation points.
Think both your theories are probably more likely now.