Soccerball – 2017/18 jumpers for goalposts megathread
Don’t get me wrong ..I think he is a fantastic footballer ..but just to restore some football Karma.
I hope Salah is clean through on goal ..Ronnies running back gets alongside him and gently makes contact about 30 yards out ..but Salah throws himself theatrically to the floor and poor old R ..gets a straight red ..
Picking himself up after he “recovers ” Mo then throws a wink in Klopps direction ..places the ball for the free kick and rifles it straight into the top corner of the net to score the winning goal.
Karma restored .
( Yes I know it was in an international match ..but what goes around n all that and I’ve never found it in me to forgive him ) 😁Posted 6 days agoransosSubscriber
While I’m no fan of Moyes, letting him go when they don’t have anyone else lined up is just stupid. Better, I think, to have given him another year, stabilise the club, and then see if we could attract a better manager. I have more sympathy for Everton’s board, having had the misfortune of watching the “football” Allerdici served up at West Ham.Posted 6 days agoGarry_LagerMember
Looks like Arteta will be appointed at Arsenal. Is he just a patsy to get over the post Wenger mess before the real rebuilding starts in 12 months time?
I think it’s a bit of a two-way shot – Wenger leaving is a meteor strike and will turn that club upside down, meaning anyone who comes in, even someone really good, stands a big chance of failing and probably the next two guys after that. So it’s maybe not a bad time to role the dice – Arteta is completely untried but he’s a serious person, it’s not like they’re appointing Paul Ince or someone like that. There’s a small chance he could make it.
Wenger’s appointment was the greatest managerial decision in premiership history, in terms of risk-taking, so maybe they’ll catch lightening in a bottle twice.
Risky for Arteta if he ends up with the position – might be hard to recover a managerial career if things go pear-shaped there. Used to love watching him at Everton so would like to see him do well.Posted 6 days ago
That was dire! Awful! Got to say that when I saw Jones challenge I thought “well done… that’s us down to ten men” can’t believe he didn’t get a straight red for that
not that it did us any good. We were absolutely woeful first half, second half was a bit better but still awful.
its going to be interesting to see how many of that squad are still there next season.Posted 4 days ago
Yeah that came out of the blue! Lots of rumours, but that one is unlikely to be true. Some complications over the backroom staff gave the board the chance to get cold feet over an untested new manager. Fan backlash had been building for a while, so they’ve gone for a more sensible appointment.
Totally rubbish process though!Posted 1 day agoGarry_LagerMember
Darron ‘not an alcoholic’ Gibson has evaded a custodial sentence, again, for drink driving. He was sentenced to community service and banned for 40 months yesterday, for being 3 times over the limit at 9am and ploughing his 4×4 through a row of parked cars in a housing estate.
A couple of years back he ran over three cyclists mending a broken chain on the pavement, and was apprehended at a petrol station, drunk, filling his car in bare feet (embarrassingly, my club continued to employ this shithouse afterwards).Posted 1 day agoRicBSubscriber
Ive tried to be patient with Jose but the only positive is that the football is better than under Van Gaal. Which is faint praise indeed.
The future of the team team should be Rashford, McTominay, Martial, Fosu Mensah, Lingard, Pereria and Bothwick Jackson. Plus Shaw if there was someone to spend a bit of time building his confidence.
Only lingard and McTominay have progressed this season, all the others have regressed or disappeared. Jose only interested in 29yr old finished players, which isn’t the Utd way.Posted 1 day ago
I didn’t realize Lingard was as old as he is but I agree he’s done pretty well. Rashford should just stick it out – Jose will be gone in a couple of years, tops. McTominay – what’s happened to him? Seemed to being doing well, became a regular starter and then disappeared.Posted 1 day ago
The football under Jose this season has been absolutely dire!
I’m sure that he’ll now offload half the squad, including Rashford and Tony Marshall, spend a fortune on expensive imports, then set them up to play anti-football, the same as this season.
Its difficult to see how we can possibly compete for the title against City with his mindset. And if Liverpool actually build a defence, then they’ll be up there scrapping it out as genuine title contenders too.
Its because the creative attacking football of City, Liverpool, and Spurs has been so great to watch this season that the contrast has been so marked with Jose’s dull, tedious and toothless ‘style’. We’ve got great attacking players who aren’t being allowed to play.
i don’t know a single United fan who’s happy with the situation. Jose keeps banging on about finishing second. So what? Pick any season and ask yourself who finished second? Nobody cares. Especially if the football you’re watching to achieve that is as bloody awful as it’s been this seasonPosted 20 hours ago
which isn’t the Utd way
It always surprises me how many fans actually believe the mythology around their clubs, utd have always bought more ready made players than they have developed youth, the class of 92 was exceptional, but they are not the norm.
I mean the city way is to look promising then completely **** it up, and we haven’t even delivered on that this year.Posted 20 hours ago
Indeed Mine. I’m also getting increasingly concerned that next season may see the end of the ‘Liverpool Way’ .
Shipping loads of late goals to throw comfortable leads away 😉
No sign of that yet though, thankfully.
My prediction for Saturday is liverpool scoring 2, or even 3 quick goals in the first half, then Real pegging them back and equalising, then Ronnie getting the winner with the last kick of the game.
Should be at s belter of a match!Posted 20 hours ago
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