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  • SDoofus
    5066 posts Big Money Move
    Apollo wrote: »
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    Ahmer50x wrote: »
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    TakeItSlow wrote: »
    Ahmer50x wrote: »
    "Match data recorded by Opta shows that McTominay has topped United’s distance charts in both of the matches. He covered more ground than any Chelsea player at Old Trafford, and only Ruben Neves and Leander Dendoncker registered greater distances at Molineux." -Man Utd Official Site

    McTominay <3

    He was also horrendous with the ball. I think he’s obviously the best you have there, but to me he’s a 11th-6th sort of player or a top 6 squad player.

    I've noticed that when a team is in a bit of a rut for a few seasons, fans slowly adjust to the quality of the players they possess, and thus, players who are actually very average start to get a lot of praise. McTominay is one of them. I mean, I wouldn't like him anywhere near my team. When I think back to Liverpool's post-Rafa and pre-Klopp era, I can recall many instances where us Liverpool fans fell into the same trap, highly rating players like Sakho and Lucas and Emre Can. I include myself in that. It isn't until your team is back on top that you begin to realise how the team's average-ness basically conditioned your brain to work a little differently, and that in reality, those players were never even close to good enough to be a big part of a team competing at the top level.

    That's simply not true. We have several players in our squad who aren't good enough and some who have just left. Valencia, Darmian, Young, Jones, Rojo, Sanchez etc. McTominay is not one of them. He is an academy player who's forced his way into the first team and is improving almost every game he plays.

    If Ole had got the midfield signings he wanted this summer, it's entirely possible that McTominay might have been moved to a squad player role. But he absolutely deserves to be in the squad, is clearly improving the more experience he gets, and isn't anywhere near the level of our deadwood that aren't good enough to be at the club.

    It took quite a long time for United fans to see that Sanchez wasn't good enough.

    Like you say, McTominay is an academy player, he works hard, etc, which appeals to the romantic in you. The reality is, he possesses the quality of a player who starts for a mid-table team and I fully expect him to do a Tom Cleverly.

    Edit: Unless you remain a team that finishes outside of the top 4, then he's where he belongs, but somehow I think United aspire to be more than that.

    Tom Cleverley won more titles than Gerrard.

    Djimi Traore won the CL.

    Point is, Cleverley was getting a similar amount of hype amongst the United fanbase.

    Another great example is Januzaj.

    oh man i miss the hype with januzaj, i've never wanted a youngster to make it more than him at the time (aside from ravel)

    Yeah, that's the other thing. There's a risk that Greenwood and Gomes could go the same way. It's unfair to hype up these youngster and demand that they start, imo. Managers know what they're doing by keeping them out of the spotlight.

    Definitely didn't miss reading this drivel. We're not hyping up all of the academy players Ole took on preseason. He took 4 with him, Greenwood, Gomes, Chong and Garner. Greenwood and Gomes are absolutely ready for the first team. It's clear from anyone who's seen them play and multiple rival fans in here have commented on how Ole should be playing them this season.

    The other two however are not at that same level ready for as much first team involvement. Several of us in here think that Chong might benefit from a loan, and several think that it might take another year before Garner is ready for first team involvement.

    Greenwood and Gomes are ready though.

    So was Januzaj. He was being compared to Sterling at the time, some were even saying he was the better of the two. We've been through it ourselves in recent times with the likes of Woodburn and Solanke. Woodburn was tearing it up for Wales and started to play games for us in 2016/17. He's disappeared now. Jordon Ibe is another one, many thought he was the next Sterling. You can insist that Greenwood and Gomes are ready, but the reality is often very different.
  • Apollo
    14957 posts World Class
    SDoofus wrote: »
    Apollo wrote: »
    SDoofus wrote: »
    Teh Zombz wrote: »
    SDoofus wrote: »
    Ahmer50x wrote: »
    SDoofus wrote: »
    Apollo wrote: »
    SDoofus wrote: »
    TakeItSlow wrote: »
    Ahmer50x wrote: »
    "Match data recorded by Opta shows that McTominay has topped United’s distance charts in both of the matches. He covered more ground than any Chelsea player at Old Trafford, and only Ruben Neves and Leander Dendoncker registered greater distances at Molineux." -Man Utd Official Site

    McTominay <3

    He was also horrendous with the ball. I think he’s obviously the best you have there, but to me he’s a 11th-6th sort of player or a top 6 squad player.

    I've noticed that when a team is in a bit of a rut for a few seasons, fans slowly adjust to the quality of the players they possess, and thus, players who are actually very average start to get a lot of praise. McTominay is one of them. I mean, I wouldn't like him anywhere near my team. When I think back to Liverpool's post-Rafa and pre-Klopp era, I can recall many instances where us Liverpool fans fell into the same trap, highly rating players like Sakho and Lucas and Emre Can. I include myself in that. It isn't until your team is back on top that you begin to realise how the team's average-ness basically conditioned your brain to work a little differently, and that in reality, those players were never even close to good enough to be a big part of a team competing at the top level.

    That's simply not true. We have several players in our squad who aren't good enough and some who have just left. Valencia, Darmian, Young, Jones, Rojo, Sanchez etc. McTominay is not one of them. He is an academy player who's forced his way into the first team and is improving almost every game he plays.

    If Ole had got the midfield signings he wanted this summer, it's entirely possible that McTominay might have been moved to a squad player role. But he absolutely deserves to be in the squad, is clearly improving the more experience he gets, and isn't anywhere near the level of our deadwood that aren't good enough to be at the club.

    It took quite a long time for United fans to see that Sanchez wasn't good enough.

    Like you say, McTominay is an academy player, he works hard, etc, which appeals to the romantic in you. The reality is, he possesses the quality of a player who starts for a mid-table team and I fully expect him to do a Tom Cleverly.

    Edit: Unless you remain a team that finishes outside of the top 4, then he's where he belongs, but somehow I think United aspire to be more than that.

    Tom Cleverley won more titles than Gerrard.

    Djimi Traore won the CL.

    Point is, Cleverley was getting a similar amount of hype amongst the United fanbase.

    Another great example is Januzaj.

    oh man i miss the hype with januzaj, i've never wanted a youngster to make it more than him at the time (aside from ravel)

    Yeah, that's the other thing. There's a risk that Greenwood and Gomes could go the same way. It's unfair to hype up these youngster and demand that they start, imo. Managers know what they're doing by keeping them out of the spotlight.

    Definitely didn't miss reading this drivel. We're not hyping up all of the academy players Ole took on preseason. He took 4 with him, Greenwood, Gomes, Chong and Garner. Greenwood and Gomes are absolutely ready for the first team. It's clear from anyone who's seen them play and multiple rival fans in here have commented on how Ole should be playing them this season.

    The other two however are not at that same level ready for as much first team involvement. Several of us in here think that Chong might benefit from a loan, and several think that it might take another year before Garner is ready for first team involvement.

    Greenwood and Gomes are ready though.

    So was Januzaj. He was being compared to Sterling at the time, some were even saying he was the better of the two. We've been through it ourselves in recent times with the likes of Woodburn and Solanke. Woodburn was tearing it up for Wales and started to play games for us in 2016/17. He's disappeared now. Jordon Ibe is another one, many thought he was the next Sterling. You can insist that Greenwood and Gomes are ready, but the reality is often very different.

    I highly doubt with the comparisons that you're making that you've seen either of them play. Since you came back, you seem to be trying to find any crumb of negativity that you think is legitimate, regardless of how far off the mark it is. It's not even just United fans suggesting they are ready for first team involvement. Far from it. It's just obvious to anyone who's watched them that they are. They should be playing this season, and Ole has publicly said it regarding Greenwood too. They will make their breakthroughs this year.
  • SDoofus
    5066 posts Big Money Move
    Apollo wrote: »
    SDoofus wrote: »
    Apollo wrote: »
    SDoofus wrote: »
    Teh Zombz wrote: »
    SDoofus wrote: »
    Ahmer50x wrote: »
    SDoofus wrote: »
    Apollo wrote: »
    SDoofus wrote: »
    TakeItSlow wrote: »
    Ahmer50x wrote: »
    "Match data recorded by Opta shows that McTominay has topped United’s distance charts in both of the matches. He covered more ground than any Chelsea player at Old Trafford, and only Ruben Neves and Leander Dendoncker registered greater distances at Molineux." -Man Utd Official Site

    McTominay <3

    He was also horrendous with the ball. I think he’s obviously the best you have there, but to me he’s a 11th-6th sort of player or a top 6 squad player.

    I've noticed that when a team is in a bit of a rut for a few seasons, fans slowly adjust to the quality of the players they possess, and thus, players who are actually very average start to get a lot of praise. McTominay is one of them. I mean, I wouldn't like him anywhere near my team. When I think back to Liverpool's post-Rafa and pre-Klopp era, I can recall many instances where us Liverpool fans fell into the same trap, highly rating players like Sakho and Lucas and Emre Can. I include myself in that. It isn't until your team is back on top that you begin to realise how the team's average-ness basically conditioned your brain to work a little differently, and that in reality, those players were never even close to good enough to be a big part of a team competing at the top level.

    That's simply not true. We have several players in our squad who aren't good enough and some who have just left. Valencia, Darmian, Young, Jones, Rojo, Sanchez etc. McTominay is not one of them. He is an academy player who's forced his way into the first team and is improving almost every game he plays.

    If Ole had got the midfield signings he wanted this summer, it's entirely possible that McTominay might have been moved to a squad player role. But he absolutely deserves to be in the squad, is clearly improving the more experience he gets, and isn't anywhere near the level of our deadwood that aren't good enough to be at the club.

    It took quite a long time for United fans to see that Sanchez wasn't good enough.

    Like you say, McTominay is an academy player, he works hard, etc, which appeals to the romantic in you. The reality is, he possesses the quality of a player who starts for a mid-table team and I fully expect him to do a Tom Cleverly.

    Edit: Unless you remain a team that finishes outside of the top 4, then he's where he belongs, but somehow I think United aspire to be more than that.

    Tom Cleverley won more titles than Gerrard.

    Djimi Traore won the CL.

    Point is, Cleverley was getting a similar amount of hype amongst the United fanbase.

    Another great example is Januzaj.

    oh man i miss the hype with januzaj, i've never wanted a youngster to make it more than him at the time (aside from ravel)

    Yeah, that's the other thing. There's a risk that Greenwood and Gomes could go the same way. It's unfair to hype up these youngster and demand that they start, imo. Managers know what they're doing by keeping them out of the spotlight.

    Definitely didn't miss reading this drivel. We're not hyping up all of the academy players Ole took on preseason. He took 4 with him, Greenwood, Gomes, Chong and Garner. Greenwood and Gomes are absolutely ready for the first team. It's clear from anyone who's seen them play and multiple rival fans in here have commented on how Ole should be playing them this season.

    The other two however are not at that same level ready for as much first team involvement. Several of us in here think that Chong might benefit from a loan, and several think that it might take another year before Garner is ready for first team involvement.

    Greenwood and Gomes are ready though.

    So was Januzaj. He was being compared to Sterling at the time, some were even saying he was the better of the two. We've been through it ourselves in recent times with the likes of Woodburn and Solanke. Woodburn was tearing it up for Wales and started to play games for us in 2016/17. He's disappeared now. Jordon Ibe is another one, many thought he was the next Sterling. You can insist that Greenwood and Gomes are ready, but the reality is often very different.

    I highly doubt with the comparisons that you're making that you've seen either of them play. Since you came back, you seem to be trying to find any crumb of negativity that you think is legitimate, regardless of how far off the mark it is. It's not even just United fans suggesting they are ready for first team involvement. Far from it. It's just obvious to anyone who's watched them that they are. They should be playing this season, and Ole has publicly said it regarding Greenwood too. They will make their breakthroughs this year.

    I guess we'll see then, won't we? I wouldn't get my hopes up if I were you though. Seen it not work out far too many times to put stock into how well they've started, or what people are saying about them. You could probably count on one hand how many hyped up youngsters have actually made it in the last few years, whereas you'd need a calculator to add up the number who didn't. And no, I am not just being negative because it's United, as you seem to be implying... I feel exactly the same about Brewster and refuse to form any kind of expectations for him.
  • Tropicaz XBL
    4308 posts National Call-Up
    Couchy wrote: »
    TakeItSlow wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    TakeItSlow wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    Ahmer50x wrote: »
    TakeItSlow wrote: »
    Ahmer50x wrote: »
    "Match data recorded by Opta shows that McTominay has topped United’s distance charts in both of the matches. He covered more ground than any Chelsea player at Old Trafford, and only Ruben Neves and Leander Dendoncker registered greater distances at Molineux." -Man Utd Official Site

    McTominay <3

    He was also horrendous with the ball. I think he’s obviously the best you have there, but to me he’s a 11th-6th sort of player or a top 6 squad player.

    Don't agree at all that he was horrendous with the ball. Did the simple stuff right and that's his role, not pinging 50 yard diagonal balls. He's there to clean up when Pogba goes forward and he did that fine. I'm quite happy with him.

    Have you seen Pepe!?

    I do not understand why you actively just look to bait and troll when we aren’t talking about a certain player you mention.

    Involve yourself within the current conversation or don’t say anything unless it’s constructive.

    As Ahmer states, he’s there to do the dog work which he has done very well so far. Few misplaced passes but no one is expecting Xavi.

    And as I said, I’d be far more worried about how Pepe is going to fit in for you than McT for us.

    You didn’t say that. You said “have you seen Pepe?!”

    That’s very odd because Pepe fits in perfectly on our right hand side. So not sure why that would be a worry.

    You said McT was horrendous with the ball. All I’ve seen Pepe do is give the ball away and get bullied off it.

    Completed 4/6 take ons, created 2 chances, had 85% pass completion for a wide creative player and was dispossessed once in his second appearance in English football. Think you should focus on Lingard/James' ability as your creative outlets rather than criticising Pepe :D
  • Ahmer50x
    18170 posts World Class
    SDoofus wrote: »
    Apollo wrote: »
    SDoofus wrote: »
    Teh Zombz wrote: »
    SDoofus wrote: »
    Ahmer50x wrote: »
    SDoofus wrote: »
    Apollo wrote: »
    SDoofus wrote: »
    TakeItSlow wrote: »
    Ahmer50x wrote: »
    "Match data recorded by Opta shows that McTominay has topped United’s distance charts in both of the matches. He covered more ground than any Chelsea player at Old Trafford, and only Ruben Neves and Leander Dendoncker registered greater distances at Molineux." -Man Utd Official Site

    McTominay <3

    He was also horrendous with the ball. I think he’s obviously the best you have there, but to me he’s a 11th-6th sort of player or a top 6 squad player.

    I've noticed that when a team is in a bit of a rut for a few seasons, fans slowly adjust to the quality of the players they possess, and thus, players who are actually very average start to get a lot of praise. McTominay is one of them. I mean, I wouldn't like him anywhere near my team. When I think back to Liverpool's post-Rafa and pre-Klopp era, I can recall many instances where us Liverpool fans fell into the same trap, highly rating players like Sakho and Lucas and Emre Can. I include myself in that. It isn't until your team is back on top that you begin to realise how the team's average-ness basically conditioned your brain to work a little differently, and that in reality, those players were never even close to good enough to be a big part of a team competing at the top level.

    That's simply not true. We have several players in our squad who aren't good enough and some who have just left. Valencia, Darmian, Young, Jones, Rojo, Sanchez etc. McTominay is not one of them. He is an academy player who's forced his way into the first team and is improving almost every game he plays.

    If Ole had got the midfield signings he wanted this summer, it's entirely possible that McTominay might have been moved to a squad player role. But he absolutely deserves to be in the squad, is clearly improving the more experience he gets, and isn't anywhere near the level of our deadwood that aren't good enough to be at the club.

    It took quite a long time for United fans to see that Sanchez wasn't good enough.

    Like you say, McTominay is an academy player, he works hard, etc, which appeals to the romantic in you. The reality is, he possesses the quality of a player who starts for a mid-table team and I fully expect him to do a Tom Cleverly.

    Edit: Unless you remain a team that finishes outside of the top 4, then he's where he belongs, but somehow I think United aspire to be more than that.

    Tom Cleverley won more titles than Gerrard.

    Djimi Traore won the CL.

    Point is, Cleverley was getting a similar amount of hype amongst the United fanbase.

    Another great example is Januzaj.

    oh man i miss the hype with januzaj, i've never wanted a youngster to make it more than him at the time (aside from ravel)

    Yeah, that's the other thing. There's a risk that Greenwood and Gomes could go the same way. It's unfair to hype up these youngster and demand that they start, imo. Managers know what they're doing by keeping them out of the spotlight.

    Definitely didn't miss reading this drivel. We're not hyping up all of the academy players Ole took on preseason. He took 4 with him, Greenwood, Gomes, Chong and Garner. Greenwood and Gomes are absolutely ready for the first team. It's clear from anyone who's seen them play and multiple rival fans in here have commented on how Ole should be playing them this season.

    The other two however are not at that same level ready for as much first team involvement. Several of us in here think that Chong might benefit from a loan, and several think that it might take another year before Garner is ready for first team involvement.

    Greenwood and Gomes are ready though.

    So was Januzaj. He was being compared to Sterling at the time, some were even saying he was the better of the two. We've been through it ourselves in recent times with the likes of Woodburn and Solanke. Woodburn was tearing it up for Wales and started to play games for us in 2016/17. He's disappeared now. Jordon Ibe is another one, many thought he was the next Sterling. You can insist that Greenwood and Gomes are ready, but the reality is often very different.

    Januzaj was ready. He mentally tailed off. It's a risk with young players.

    For every Rashford, there's an Iheanacho, but you have to try them to find out.
  • Sellish
    9181 posts League Winner
    I'm suprised how well behaved SDoofus is after his come back. Good to see.
  • Couchy
    9505 posts League Winner
    Couchy wrote: »
    TakeItSlow wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    TakeItSlow wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    Ahmer50x wrote: »
    TakeItSlow wrote: »
    Ahmer50x wrote: »
    "Match data recorded by Opta shows that McTominay has topped United’s distance charts in both of the matches. He covered more ground than any Chelsea player at Old Trafford, and only Ruben Neves and Leander Dendoncker registered greater distances at Molineux." -Man Utd Official Site

    McTominay <3

    He was also horrendous with the ball. I think he’s obviously the best you have there, but to me he’s a 11th-6th sort of player or a top 6 squad player.

    Don't agree at all that he was horrendous with the ball. Did the simple stuff right and that's his role, not pinging 50 yard diagonal balls. He's there to clean up when Pogba goes forward and he did that fine. I'm quite happy with him.

    Have you seen Pepe!?

    I do not understand why you actively just look to bait and troll when we aren’t talking about a certain player you mention.

    Involve yourself within the current conversation or don’t say anything unless it’s constructive.

    As Ahmer states, he’s there to do the dog work which he has done very well so far. Few misplaced passes but no one is expecting Xavi.

    And as I said, I’d be far more worried about how Pepe is going to fit in for you than McT for us.

    You didn’t say that. You said “have you seen Pepe?!”

    That’s very odd because Pepe fits in perfectly on our right hand side. So not sure why that would be a worry.

    You said McT was horrendous with the ball. All I’ve seen Pepe do is give the ball away and get bullied off it.

    Completed 4/6 take ons, created 2 chances, had 85% pass completion for a wide creative player and was dispossessed once in his second appearance in English football. Think you should focus on Lingard/James' ability as your creative outlets rather than criticising Pepe :D



    Any ideas what he’s doing here after Tarko bullies him?
  • Ahmer50x
    18170 posts World Class
    edited August 22
    Garner, Gomes, Chong, and Greenwood added to first team list.
  • SDoofus
    5066 posts Big Money Move
    Sellish wrote: »
    I'm suprised how well behaved SDoofus is after his come back. Good to see.

    Is this sarcasm? :D
  • ViVaWhom
    8119 posts League Winner
    I think he just seems more muted because @TakeItSlow has raised the bar so high
  • TakeItSlow
    7333 posts Big Money Move
    edited August 22
    United signings - not a word from other fans, not a single word, expensive but will do a job.

    Some united fans on other teams signings if they’re a lot of money -

    Oh my god awful played 64 minutes already rubbish. Pepe in particular has trained for 2 and a half weeks in a completely new league and country. He is ready to explode.

    Maybe wait till he’s played a full game @Couchy
  • Couchy
    9505 posts League Winner
    Ahmer50x wrote: »
    Garner, Gomes, Chong, and Greenwood added to first team list.

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  • Sellish
    9181 posts League Winner
    SDoofus wrote: »
    Sellish wrote: »
    I'm suprised how well behaved SDoofus is after his come back. Good to see.

    Is this sarcasm? :D

    Not at all actually.
  • Sellish
    9181 posts League Winner
    Couchy wrote: »
    Ahmer50x wrote: »
    Garner, Gomes, Chong, and Greenwood added to first team list.

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    Oh boy do I miss RvP
  • Couchy
    9505 posts League Winner
    Sellish wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    Ahmer50x wrote: »
    Garner, Gomes, Chong, and Greenwood added to first team list.

    giphy.gif?cid=19f5b51a7803f18f34bec88dd23476177815d2d778d4694f&rid=giphy.gif

    Oh boy do I miss RvP

    That golden boot and 20th title season 🔥😍

    Shame I wasn’t on these forums back then, I definitely would’ve thanked @TakeItSlow for him.

  • TakeItSlow
    7333 posts Big Money Move
    Couchy wrote: »
    Sellish wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    Ahmer50x wrote: »
    Garner, Gomes, Chong, and Greenwood added to first team list.

    giphy.gif?cid=19f5b51a7803f18f34bec88dd23476177815d2d778d4694f&rid=giphy.gif

    Oh boy do I miss RvP

    That golden boot and 20th title season 🔥😍

    Shame I wasn’t on these forums back then, I definitely would’ve thanked @TakeItSlow for him.

    And now battling Chelsea for 6th, how times have changed.
  • Ahmer50x
    18170 posts World Class
    TakeItSlow wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    Sellish wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    Ahmer50x wrote: »
    Garner, Gomes, Chong, and Greenwood added to first team list.

    giphy.gif?cid=19f5b51a7803f18f34bec88dd23476177815d2d778d4694f&rid=giphy.gif

    Oh boy do I miss RvP

    That golden boot and 20th title season 🔥😍

    Shame I wasn’t on these forums back then, I definitely would’ve thanked @TakeItSlow for him.

    And now battling Chelsea for 6th, how times have changed.

    1. We're battling you for top 4
    2. Chelsea are battling relegation atm :tongue:
  • TakeItSlow
    7333 posts Big Money Move
    Ahmer50x wrote: »
    TakeItSlow wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    Sellish wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    Ahmer50x wrote: »
    Garner, Gomes, Chong, and Greenwood added to first team list.

    giphy.gif?cid=19f5b51a7803f18f34bec88dd23476177815d2d778d4694f&rid=giphy.gif

    Oh boy do I miss RvP

    That golden boot and 20th title season 🔥😍

    Shame I wasn’t on these forums back then, I definitely would’ve thanked @TakeItSlow for him.

    And now battling Chelsea for 6th, how times have changed.

    1. We're battling you for top 4
    2. Chelsea are battling relegation atm :tongue:

    I see you on Chelsea’s level personally.
  • Tropicaz XBL
    4308 posts National Call-Up
    Couchy wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    TakeItSlow wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    TakeItSlow wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    Ahmer50x wrote: »
    TakeItSlow wrote: »
    Ahmer50x wrote: »
    "Match data recorded by Opta shows that McTominay has topped United’s distance charts in both of the matches. He covered more ground than any Chelsea player at Old Trafford, and only Ruben Neves and Leander Dendoncker registered greater distances at Molineux." -Man Utd Official Site

    McTominay <3

    He was also horrendous with the ball. I think he’s obviously the best you have there, but to me he’s a 11th-6th sort of player or a top 6 squad player.

    Don't agree at all that he was horrendous with the ball. Did the simple stuff right and that's his role, not pinging 50 yard diagonal balls. He's there to clean up when Pogba goes forward and he did that fine. I'm quite happy with him.

    Have you seen Pepe!?

    I do not understand why you actively just look to bait and troll when we aren’t talking about a certain player you mention.

    Involve yourself within the current conversation or don’t say anything unless it’s constructive.

    As Ahmer states, he’s there to do the dog work which he has done very well so far. Few misplaced passes but no one is expecting Xavi.

    And as I said, I’d be far more worried about how Pepe is going to fit in for you than McT for us.

    You didn’t say that. You said “have you seen Pepe?!”

    That’s very odd because Pepe fits in perfectly on our right hand side. So not sure why that would be a worry.

    You said McT was horrendous with the ball. All I’ve seen Pepe do is give the ball away and get bullied off it.

    Completed 4/6 take ons, created 2 chances, had 85% pass completion for a wide creative player and was dispossessed once in his second appearance in English football. Think you should focus on Lingard/James' ability as your creative outlets rather than criticising Pepe :D



    Any ideas what he’s doing here after Tarko bullies him?

    Very strange agenda if you're going to judge him on one dispossession in his 30th minute in English football :D I reckon Ronaldo/Salah/Hazard lost the ball once or twice in their first few outings upon joining their clubs
  • TakeItSlow
    7333 posts Big Money Move
    Ahmer50x wrote: »
    TakeItSlow wrote: »
    Ahmer50x wrote: »
    TakeItSlow wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    Sellish wrote: »
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    Ahmer50x wrote: »
    Garner, Gomes, Chong, and Greenwood added to first team list.

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    Oh boy do I miss RvP

    That golden boot and 20th title season 🔥😍

    Shame I wasn’t on these forums back then, I definitely would’ve thanked @TakeItSlow for him.

    And now battling Chelsea for 6th, how times have changed.

    1. We're battling you for top 4
    2. Chelsea are battling relegation atm :tongue:

    I see you on Chelsea’s level personally.

    Then you're a **** clown

    Why? Chelsea look very good. They just need a couple of adjustments.
  • Pietu
    2139 posts Fans' Favourite
    TakeItSlow wrote: »
    Ahmer50x wrote: »
    TakeItSlow wrote: »
    Ahmer50x wrote: »
    TakeItSlow wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    Sellish wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    Ahmer50x wrote: »
    Garner, Gomes, Chong, and Greenwood added to first team list.

    giphy.gif?cid=19f5b51a7803f18f34bec88dd23476177815d2d778d4694f&rid=giphy.gif

    Oh boy do I miss RvP

    That golden boot and 20th title season 🔥😍

    Shame I wasn’t on these forums back then, I definitely would’ve thanked @TakeItSlow for him.

    And now battling Chelsea for 6th, how times have changed.

    1. We're battling you for top 4
    2. Chelsea are battling relegation atm :tongue:

    I see you on Chelsea’s level personally.

    Then you're a **** clown

    Why? Chelsea look very good. They just need a couple of adjustments.

    United are on your level, I think you will just get the top 4 ahead of them but it's going to be close
  • Sellish
    9181 posts League Winner
    Team most likely to break in top 6?

    Personally I think Leicester because of Rodgers. They have really started to play decent football.
    Plus that losing Maguire doesn't look to be a massive hit with Soyuncu looking to be the real deal.

    Wolves should be the obvious choice but now they have Europa.
  • Couchy
    9505 posts League Winner
    Couchy wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    TakeItSlow wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    TakeItSlow wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    Ahmer50x wrote: »
    TakeItSlow wrote: »
    Ahmer50x wrote: »
    "Match data recorded by Opta shows that McTominay has topped United’s distance charts in both of the matches. He covered more ground than any Chelsea player at Old Trafford, and only Ruben Neves and Leander Dendoncker registered greater distances at Molineux." -Man Utd Official Site

    McTominay <3

    He was also horrendous with the ball. I think he’s obviously the best you have there, but to me he’s a 11th-6th sort of player or a top 6 squad player.

    Don't agree at all that he was horrendous with the ball. Did the simple stuff right and that's his role, not pinging 50 yard diagonal balls. He's there to clean up when Pogba goes forward and he did that fine. I'm quite happy with him.

    Have you seen Pepe!?

    I do not understand why you actively just look to bait and troll when we aren’t talking about a certain player you mention.

    Involve yourself within the current conversation or don’t say anything unless it’s constructive.

    As Ahmer states, he’s there to do the dog work which he has done very well so far. Few misplaced passes but no one is expecting Xavi.

    And as I said, I’d be far more worried about how Pepe is going to fit in for you than McT for us.

    You didn’t say that. You said “have you seen Pepe?!”

    That’s very odd because Pepe fits in perfectly on our right hand side. So not sure why that would be a worry.

    You said McT was horrendous with the ball. All I’ve seen Pepe do is give the ball away and get bullied off it.

    Completed 4/6 take ons, created 2 chances, had 85% pass completion for a wide creative player and was dispossessed once in his second appearance in English football. Think you should focus on Lingard/James' ability as your creative outlets rather than criticising Pepe :D



    Any ideas what he’s doing here after Tarko bullies him?

    Very strange agenda if you're going to judge him on one dispossession in his 30th minute in English football :D I reckon Ronaldo/Salah/Hazard lost the ball once or twice in their first few outings upon joining their clubs

    Nothing to do with him losing the ball, it’s what he does after.

    Actually curious what he was doing, looks like he spotted his mum in the crowd.
  • Tropicaz XBL
    4308 posts National Call-Up
    Couchy wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    TakeItSlow wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    TakeItSlow wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    Ahmer50x wrote: »
    TakeItSlow wrote: »
    Ahmer50x wrote: »
    "Match data recorded by Opta shows that McTominay has topped United’s distance charts in both of the matches. He covered more ground than any Chelsea player at Old Trafford, and only Ruben Neves and Leander Dendoncker registered greater distances at Molineux." -Man Utd Official Site

    McTominay <3

    He was also horrendous with the ball. I think he’s obviously the best you have there, but to me he’s a 11th-6th sort of player or a top 6 squad player.

    Don't agree at all that he was horrendous with the ball. Did the simple stuff right and that's his role, not pinging 50 yard diagonal balls. He's there to clean up when Pogba goes forward and he did that fine. I'm quite happy with him.

    Have you seen Pepe!?

    I do not understand why you actively just look to bait and troll when we aren’t talking about a certain player you mention.

    Involve yourself within the current conversation or don’t say anything unless it’s constructive.

    As Ahmer states, he’s there to do the dog work which he has done very well so far. Few misplaced passes but no one is expecting Xavi.

    And as I said, I’d be far more worried about how Pepe is going to fit in for you than McT for us.

    You didn’t say that. You said “have you seen Pepe?!”

    That’s very odd because Pepe fits in perfectly on our right hand side. So not sure why that would be a worry.

    You said McT was horrendous with the ball. All I’ve seen Pepe do is give the ball away and get bullied off it.

    Completed 4/6 take ons, created 2 chances, had 85% pass completion for a wide creative player and was dispossessed once in his second appearance in English football. Think you should focus on Lingard/James' ability as your creative outlets rather than criticising Pepe :D



    Any ideas what he’s doing here after Tarko bullies him?

    Very strange agenda if you're going to judge him on one dispossession in his 30th minute in English football :D I reckon Ronaldo/Salah/Hazard lost the ball once or twice in their first few outings upon joining their clubs

    Nothing to do with him losing the ball, it’s what he does after.

    Actually curious what he was doing, looks like he spotted his mum in the crowd.

    Jesse Lingard/Dan James esque final decision in that moment tbf, am sure he'll improve as he gets more appearances
  • Couchy
    9505 posts League Winner
    Couchy wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    TakeItSlow wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    TakeItSlow wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    Ahmer50x wrote: »
    TakeItSlow wrote: »
    Ahmer50x wrote: »
    "Match data recorded by Opta shows that McTominay has topped United’s distance charts in both of the matches. He covered more ground than any Chelsea player at Old Trafford, and only Ruben Neves and Leander Dendoncker registered greater distances at Molineux." -Man Utd Official Site

    McTominay <3

    He was also horrendous with the ball. I think he’s obviously the best you have there, but to me he’s a 11th-6th sort of player or a top 6 squad player.

    Don't agree at all that he was horrendous with the ball. Did the simple stuff right and that's his role, not pinging 50 yard diagonal balls. He's there to clean up when Pogba goes forward and he did that fine. I'm quite happy with him.

    Have you seen Pepe!?

    I do not understand why you actively just look to bait and troll when we aren’t talking about a certain player you mention.

    Involve yourself within the current conversation or don’t say anything unless it’s constructive.

    As Ahmer states, he’s there to do the dog work which he has done very well so far. Few misplaced passes but no one is expecting Xavi.

    And as I said, I’d be far more worried about how Pepe is going to fit in for you than McT for us.

    You didn’t say that. You said “have you seen Pepe?!”

    That’s very odd because Pepe fits in perfectly on our right hand side. So not sure why that would be a worry.

    You said McT was horrendous with the ball. All I’ve seen Pepe do is give the ball away and get bullied off it.

    Completed 4/6 take ons, created 2 chances, had 85% pass completion for a wide creative player and was dispossessed once in his second appearance in English football. Think you should focus on Lingard/James' ability as your creative outlets rather than criticising Pepe :D



    Any ideas what he’s doing here after Tarko bullies him?

    Very strange agenda if you're going to judge him on one dispossession in his 30th minute in English football :D I reckon Ronaldo/Salah/Hazard lost the ball once or twice in their first few outings upon joining their clubs

    Nothing to do with him losing the ball, it’s what he does after.

    Actually curious what he was doing, looks like he spotted his mum in the crowd.

    Jesse Lingard/Dan James esque final decision in that moment tbf, am sure he'll improve as he gets more appearances

    Here one for you.

    I bet you Dan James has a better goal contribution per minute than Pepe this year.
  • Tropicaz XBL
    4308 posts National Call-Up
    Couchy wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    TakeItSlow wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    TakeItSlow wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    Ahmer50x wrote: »
    TakeItSlow wrote: »
    Ahmer50x wrote: »
    "Match data recorded by Opta shows that McTominay has topped United’s distance charts in both of the matches. He covered more ground than any Chelsea player at Old Trafford, and only Ruben Neves and Leander Dendoncker registered greater distances at Molineux." -Man Utd Official Site

    McTominay <3

    He was also horrendous with the ball. I think he’s obviously the best you have there, but to me he’s a 11th-6th sort of player or a top 6 squad player.

    Don't agree at all that he was horrendous with the ball. Did the simple stuff right and that's his role, not pinging 50 yard diagonal balls. He's there to clean up when Pogba goes forward and he did that fine. I'm quite happy with him.

    Have you seen Pepe!?

    I do not understand why you actively just look to bait and troll when we aren’t talking about a certain player you mention.

    Involve yourself within the current conversation or don’t say anything unless it’s constructive.

    As Ahmer states, he’s there to do the dog work which he has done very well so far. Few misplaced passes but no one is expecting Xavi.

    And as I said, I’d be far more worried about how Pepe is going to fit in for you than McT for us.

    You didn’t say that. You said “have you seen Pepe?!”

    That’s very odd because Pepe fits in perfectly on our right hand side. So not sure why that would be a worry.

    You said McT was horrendous with the ball. All I’ve seen Pepe do is give the ball away and get bullied off it.

    Completed 4/6 take ons, created 2 chances, had 85% pass completion for a wide creative player and was dispossessed once in his second appearance in English football. Think you should focus on Lingard/James' ability as your creative outlets rather than criticising Pepe :D



    Any ideas what he’s doing here after Tarko bullies him?

    Very strange agenda if you're going to judge him on one dispossession in his 30th minute in English football :D I reckon Ronaldo/Salah/Hazard lost the ball once or twice in their first few outings upon joining their clubs

    Nothing to do with him losing the ball, it’s what he does after.

    Actually curious what he was doing, looks like he spotted his mum in the crowd.

    Jesse Lingard/Dan James esque final decision in that moment tbf, am sure he'll improve as he gets more appearances

    Here one for you.

    I bet you Dan James has a better goal contribution per minute than Pepe this year.

    Enjoy it whilst it lasts :D

    Adam Johnson has a better goal contribution since he's been in prison than JLingz I'd imagine
  • TakeItSlow
    7333 posts Big Money Move
    Couchy wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    TakeItSlow wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    TakeItSlow wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    Ahmer50x wrote: »
    TakeItSlow wrote: »
    Ahmer50x wrote: »
    "Match data recorded by Opta shows that McTominay has topped United’s distance charts in both of the matches. He covered more ground than any Chelsea player at Old Trafford, and only Ruben Neves and Leander Dendoncker registered greater distances at Molineux." -Man Utd Official Site

    McTominay <3

    He was also horrendous with the ball. I think he’s obviously the best you have there, but to me he’s a 11th-6th sort of player or a top 6 squad player.

    Don't agree at all that he was horrendous with the ball. Did the simple stuff right and that's his role, not pinging 50 yard diagonal balls. He's there to clean up when Pogba goes forward and he did that fine. I'm quite happy with him.

    Have you seen Pepe!?

    I do not understand why you actively just look to bait and troll when we aren’t talking about a certain player you mention.

    Involve yourself within the current conversation or don’t say anything unless it’s constructive.

    As Ahmer states, he’s there to do the dog work which he has done very well so far. Few misplaced passes but no one is expecting Xavi.

    And as I said, I’d be far more worried about how Pepe is going to fit in for you than McT for us.

    You didn’t say that. You said “have you seen Pepe?!”

    That’s very odd because Pepe fits in perfectly on our right hand side. So not sure why that would be a worry.

    You said McT was horrendous with the ball. All I’ve seen Pepe do is give the ball away and get bullied off it.

    Completed 4/6 take ons, created 2 chances, had 85% pass completion for a wide creative player and was dispossessed once in his second appearance in English football. Think you should focus on Lingard/James' ability as your creative outlets rather than criticising Pepe :D



    Any ideas what he’s doing here after Tarko bullies him?

    Very strange agenda if you're going to judge him on one dispossession in his 30th minute in English football :D I reckon Ronaldo/Salah/Hazard lost the ball once or twice in their first few outings upon joining their clubs

    Nothing to do with him losing the ball, it’s what he does after.

    Actually curious what he was doing, looks like he spotted his mum in the crowd.

    Jesse Lingard/Dan James esque final decision in that moment tbf, am sure he'll improve as he gets more appearances

    Here one for you.

    I bet you Dan James has a better goal contribution per minute than Pepe this year.

    Bet us what though? Ava selection of our choice when you inevitably fail.
  • Couchy
    9505 posts League Winner
    Couchy wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    TakeItSlow wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    TakeItSlow wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    Ahmer50x wrote: »
    TakeItSlow wrote: »
    Ahmer50x wrote: »
    "Match data recorded by Opta shows that McTominay has topped United’s distance charts in both of the matches. He covered more ground than any Chelsea player at Old Trafford, and only Ruben Neves and Leander Dendoncker registered greater distances at Molineux." -Man Utd Official Site

    McTominay <3

    He was also horrendous with the ball. I think he’s obviously the best you have there, but to me he’s a 11th-6th sort of player or a top 6 squad player.

    Don't agree at all that he was horrendous with the ball. Did the simple stuff right and that's his role, not pinging 50 yard diagonal balls. He's there to clean up when Pogba goes forward and he did that fine. I'm quite happy with him.

    Have you seen Pepe!?

    I do not understand why you actively just look to bait and troll when we aren’t talking about a certain player you mention.

    Involve yourself within the current conversation or don’t say anything unless it’s constructive.

    As Ahmer states, he’s there to do the dog work which he has done very well so far. Few misplaced passes but no one is expecting Xavi.

    And as I said, I’d be far more worried about how Pepe is going to fit in for you than McT for us.

    You didn’t say that. You said “have you seen Pepe?!”

    That’s very odd because Pepe fits in perfectly on our right hand side. So not sure why that would be a worry.

    You said McT was horrendous with the ball. All I’ve seen Pepe do is give the ball away and get bullied off it.

    Completed 4/6 take ons, created 2 chances, had 85% pass completion for a wide creative player and was dispossessed once in his second appearance in English football. Think you should focus on Lingard/James' ability as your creative outlets rather than criticising Pepe :D



    Any ideas what he’s doing here after Tarko bullies him?

    Very strange agenda if you're going to judge him on one dispossession in his 30th minute in English football :D I reckon Ronaldo/Salah/Hazard lost the ball once or twice in their first few outings upon joining their clubs

    Nothing to do with him losing the ball, it’s what he does after.

    Actually curious what he was doing, looks like he spotted his mum in the crowd.

    Jesse Lingard/Dan James esque final decision in that moment tbf, am sure he'll improve as he gets more appearances

    Here one for you.

    I bet you Dan James has a better goal contribution per minute than Pepe this year.

    Enjoy it whilst it lasts :D

    Adam Johnson has a better goal contribution since he's been in prison than JLingz I'd imagine

    No, I’m betting that at the end of the season he will have a better goal contribution per minute than Pepe.
    TakeItSlow wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    TakeItSlow wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    TakeItSlow wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    Ahmer50x wrote: »
    TakeItSlow wrote: »
    Ahmer50x wrote: »
    "Match data recorded by Opta shows that McTominay has topped United’s distance charts in both of the matches. He covered more ground than any Chelsea player at Old Trafford, and only Ruben Neves and Leander Dendoncker registered greater distances at Molineux." -Man Utd Official Site

    McTominay <3

    He was also horrendous with the ball. I think he’s obviously the best you have there, but to me he’s a 11th-6th sort of player or a top 6 squad player.

    Don't agree at all that he was horrendous with the ball. Did the simple stuff right and that's his role, not pinging 50 yard diagonal balls. He's there to clean up when Pogba goes forward and he did that fine. I'm quite happy with him.

    Have you seen Pepe!?

    I do not understand why you actively just look to bait and troll when we aren’t talking about a certain player you mention.

    Involve yourself within the current conversation or don’t say anything unless it’s constructive.

    As Ahmer states, he’s there to do the dog work which he has done very well so far. Few misplaced passes but no one is expecting Xavi.

    And as I said, I’d be far more worried about how Pepe is going to fit in for you than McT for us.

    You didn’t say that. You said “have you seen Pepe?!”

    That’s very odd because Pepe fits in perfectly on our right hand side. So not sure why that would be a worry.

    You said McT was horrendous with the ball. All I’ve seen Pepe do is give the ball away and get bullied off it.

    Completed 4/6 take ons, created 2 chances, had 85% pass completion for a wide creative player and was dispossessed once in his second appearance in English football. Think you should focus on Lingard/James' ability as your creative outlets rather than criticising Pepe :D



    Any ideas what he’s doing here after Tarko bullies him?

    Very strange agenda if you're going to judge him on one dispossession in his 30th minute in English football :D I reckon Ronaldo/Salah/Hazard lost the ball once or twice in their first few outings upon joining their clubs

    Nothing to do with him losing the ball, it’s what he does after.

    Actually curious what he was doing, looks like he spotted his mum in the crowd.

    Jesse Lingard/Dan James esque final decision in that moment tbf, am sure he'll improve as he gets more appearances

    Here one for you.

    I bet you Dan James has a better goal contribution per minute than Pepe this year.

    Bet us what though? Ava selection of our choice when you inevitably fail.

    You think this is an even odds proposition?
  • TakeItSlow
    7333 posts Big Money Move
    Couchy wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    TakeItSlow wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    TakeItSlow wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    Ahmer50x wrote: »
    TakeItSlow wrote: »
    Ahmer50x wrote: »
    "Match data recorded by Opta shows that McTominay has topped United’s distance charts in both of the matches. He covered more ground than any Chelsea player at Old Trafford, and only Ruben Neves and Leander Dendoncker registered greater distances at Molineux." -Man Utd Official Site

    McTominay <3

    He was also horrendous with the ball. I think he’s obviously the best you have there, but to me he’s a 11th-6th sort of player or a top 6 squad player.

    Don't agree at all that he was horrendous with the ball. Did the simple stuff right and that's his role, not pinging 50 yard diagonal balls. He's there to clean up when Pogba goes forward and he did that fine. I'm quite happy with him.

    Have you seen Pepe!?

    I do not understand why you actively just look to bait and troll when we aren’t talking about a certain player you mention.

    Involve yourself within the current conversation or don’t say anything unless it’s constructive.

    As Ahmer states, he’s there to do the dog work which he has done very well so far. Few misplaced passes but no one is expecting Xavi.

    And as I said, I’d be far more worried about how Pepe is going to fit in for you than McT for us.

    You didn’t say that. You said “have you seen Pepe?!”

    That’s very odd because Pepe fits in perfectly on our right hand side. So not sure why that would be a worry.

    You said McT was horrendous with the ball. All I’ve seen Pepe do is give the ball away and get bullied off it.

    Completed 4/6 take ons, created 2 chances, had 85% pass completion for a wide creative player and was dispossessed once in his second appearance in English football. Think you should focus on Lingard/James' ability as your creative outlets rather than criticising Pepe :D



    Any ideas what he’s doing here after Tarko bullies him?

    Very strange agenda if you're going to judge him on one dispossession in his 30th minute in English football :D I reckon Ronaldo/Salah/Hazard lost the ball once or twice in their first few outings upon joining their clubs

    Nothing to do with him losing the ball, it’s what he does after.

    Actually curious what he was doing, looks like he spotted his mum in the crowd.

    Jesse Lingard/Dan James esque final decision in that moment tbf, am sure he'll improve as he gets more appearances

    Here one for you.

    I bet you Dan James has a better goal contribution per minute than Pepe this year.

    Enjoy it whilst it lasts :D

    Adam Johnson has a better goal contribution since he's been in prison than JLingz I'd imagine

    No, I’m betting that at the end of the season he will have a better goal contribution per minute than Pepe.
    TakeItSlow wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    TakeItSlow wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    TakeItSlow wrote: »
    Couchy wrote: »
    Ahmer50x wrote: »
    TakeItSlow wrote: »
    Ahmer50x wrote: »
    "Match data recorded by Opta shows that McTominay has topped United’s distance charts in both of the matches. He covered more ground than any Chelsea player at Old Trafford, and only Ruben Neves and Leander Dendoncker registered greater distances at Molineux." -Man Utd Official Site

    McTominay <3

    He was also horrendous with the ball. I think he’s obviously the best you have there, but to me he’s a 11th-6th sort of player or a top 6 squad player.

    Don't agree at all that he was horrendous with the ball. Did the simple stuff right and that's his role, not pinging 50 yard diagonal balls. He's there to clean up when Pogba goes forward and he did that fine. I'm quite happy with him.

    Have you seen Pepe!?

    I do not understand why you actively just look to bait and troll when we aren’t talking about a certain player you mention.

    Involve yourself within the current conversation or don’t say anything unless it’s constructive.

    As Ahmer states, he’s there to do the dog work which he has done very well so far. Few misplaced passes but no one is expecting Xavi.

    And as I said, I’d be far more worried about how Pepe is going to fit in for you than McT for us.

    You didn’t say that. You said “have you seen Pepe?!”

    That’s very odd because Pepe fits in perfectly on our right hand side. So not sure why that would be a worry.

    You said McT was horrendous with the ball. All I’ve seen Pepe do is give the ball away and get bullied off it.

    Completed 4/6 take ons, created 2 chances, had 85% pass completion for a wide creative player and was dispossessed once in his second appearance in English football. Think you should focus on Lingard/James' ability as your creative outlets rather than criticising Pepe :D



    Any ideas what he’s doing here after Tarko bullies him?

    Very strange agenda if you're going to judge him on one dispossession in his 30th minute in English football :D I reckon Ronaldo/Salah/Hazard lost the ball once or twice in their first few outings upon joining their clubs

    Nothing to do with him losing the ball, it’s what he does after.

    Actually curious what he was doing, looks like he spotted his mum in the crowd.

    Jesse Lingard/Dan James esque final decision in that moment tbf, am sure he'll improve as he gets more appearances

    Here one for you.

    I bet you Dan James has a better goal contribution per minute than Pepe this year.

    Bet us what though? Ava selection of our choice when you inevitably fail.

    You think this is an even odds proposition?

    I think it’s ludacris you’re even suggesting it
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