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This Spurs game is painful. Here are my outs that just have to be moved on after this season. Enough is fucking enough. Just has to go, an absolute light bulb and liability and regressed over the last few seasons. Probably the most awkward player Ive seen in possession of a ball and cant pass for shit. Not a good centre half and not a good midfielder. Some crap performances this season and I shit myself every time he tries a simple 3 yard pass. Corner and dead ball specialist Out. cant think for himself and a fucking total liability. Corner taker extraordinaire, what the fuck?! Absolute legend for the club but his best is now very now much in the past. His decline is actually quite shocking and he'd struggle to get in a Soccer Aid 11. Tarnishing his image and a constant source of ridicule for home and away fans now. Maybe a border line case and hes also a local lad so it pains me to say this. Hes just not good enough at a consistent level and for every one goal misses 5 fucking sitters. Anymore? Agree or disagree?
Tis a big un. ---- When is it? The Europa League semi-final second-leg clash at Old Trafford will kick off at 20:05 BST on Thursday, 11 May. How can I watch it? The game will be broadcast live on BT Sport in the UK and fans can also follow the action in ManUtd.com's live match blog and via @ManUtd, the club's official Twitter account. MUTV subscribers in the UK & Ireland and worldwide users of the MUTV App on iOS and Android can tune in to Match Day Live from 19:00 BST for all the build-up and then listen to live radio commentary, before watching the 90 minutes in full from midnight. Sweden on the horizon… With the showpiece at the Friends Arena in Stockholm on 24 May edging ever closer, United are within touching distance of reaching a third European final in the last 10 years after last week's significant 1-0 win in Spain in the first leg. Despite facing a strong Celta Vigo side, the Reds will be confident of progressing to the final in a bid to lift the only major trophy left to win in the club's illustrious history and, with it, claim a coveted place in next season's Champions League. What happened in the first leg? Heading into this all-important clash, the Reds hold a narrow advantage by virtue of a crucial away goal in the tie, as our 19-year-old no.19 Marcus Rashford scored his 19th goal of the season with a...
Rumours surfacing today of a potential £55m bid from Mourinho for the foreigner Aguero. Thoughts?
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