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Good lad Sam, sat in silence whilst mr clueless was here, vents his frustration now he’s finally gone.

 

2 clean sheets and 6 points answers anyone’s questions 

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3 hours ago, owls maniac said:

 Enjoy your Saturday night all. 

What's going off on Saturday?

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A large number of Footballers these days are a bunch of overprivaliged, spoilt children. It's the managers Job to keep them in line and know how to deal with and get the best out of them, yet discipline them without it been detrimental to the team. 

Bad taste from Sam???, I dunno maybe at his age he should be acting with a bit more decorum, but since he's back on the pitch and not being frustratingly kicking his heels maybe he got a bit carried away. 

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Along with Carlos, Jos was well on his way to doing permanent damage to our club.

 

Sage and Onion needs to fucck right off, and never influence one of appointments again.

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4 hours ago, ReadingOwl said:

 

 

Without taking  sides - Pogba was pretty disrespectful after Mouriniho was sacked.

 

He issued a tweet and photograph on the very same morning - which he then deleted.

 

So much so that Gary Neville told him to “do one” via a similar tweet.

fizz Rat Neville.  I'd wear a criticism from him as a badge of pride.

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5 hours ago, Tom22709 said:

 

Get a grip, Jos was a bellend, he’s put us back a full season, Hutchinson has done more for our club than Jos has ever done, he’s clearly emotional about some nobody stunting his career and is sharing his frustration with the people who understand the most. (His fans) balls to Jos, support the people who want the best for this club, like Sam Hutchinson

Totally agree. 

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Personally I see the whole Jos debacle as a metaphor for Brexit. Let’s get out and prosper 

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On the day Jos arrived I took so much sheite on here for saying and standing by the fact that all my mates from Germany said he was crap and boring.
No problem then with the  snowflake treehuggers having a pop at me and anyone else that questioned the appointment.
Many of the same huggers crying again here.  MAN UP !!  FFS ! MAN UP !!!!

Jos was a crap useless manager who nearly did for us. So what if people want to have a pop. Good for Hutch.

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Love Hutch. My fave pic of last few years is him grinning whilst caught up in net after scoring against Arsenal. 

 

The vibes just feel better when there is a fully fit Hutch dominating our midfield. The team has personality which that useless humbug of a passive dictator Dross had entirely drained our dressing room of.... 

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Crikey, some reyt drama queens on here. So some think his salute was out of order.... So what?

 

Never seen so much bed wetting.

 

 

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I love it to be honest and I bet the travelling fans did.

With everyone in the squad now available we’re all in it together again.

B0ll0cks to Jos.

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8 hours ago, Wakefield owl said:

 

I realise I’m in a minority here.

 

However I’ve just seen Pogba on motd. He was treated poorly by his ex-manager at Man U and today delivers a good performance and two good goals. I’m sure he too felt like sending a message to his ex-manager. But no he showed a bit of class and has let his football do the talking.

 

So we have Hutch’s reaction and Pogba’s reaction - I know which one I prefer.

Would that be the same Pogba who was on the back page of a national newspaper celebrating when Mourinho got sacked?

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8 hours ago, ReadingOwl said:

 

 

Without taking  sides - Pogba was pretty disrespectful after Mouriniho was sacked.

 

He issued a tweet and photograph on the very same morning - which he then deleted.

 

So much so that Gary Neville told him to “do one” via a similar tweet.

 

That wasn’t Pogba.

 

It was scheduled adidas tweet via Hootsuite. He didn’t even touch that.

 

 

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8 hours ago, ReadingOwl said:

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For me Pogba typifies everything that's wrong about the modern footballer

Fantastic player " when he wants to be"

Shocking attitude .

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As for Hutch, just be thankfully he didn’t wave to the fans with one hand whilst doing the tasche with the other

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