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Discussion in 'Manchester United' started by pgr17, Jan 29, 2013.

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  1. Invincible

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  2. J'can

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    i think he can produce exactly what DDG has currently but should deal with the prssure better and instill confidence in the back line. with a better team in front of him he will could do better than DDG is currently. i just think it is an intriuging thought and wondered about the possible merits. having said that i see where you come out as you rther keep DDG for the long term potential than risking possible short term gains. fair enough.
     
  3. Diable Rouge

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    important.
     
  4. Futbol_Head

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    Thoughts on Coutinho? Probably going to be played as a winger, no?


    ---------Sturridge
    Suarez-----Gerrard----Coutinho
    --------Lucas------Allen

    Wonder what this means for Shelvey, Sterling, and Borini... Sterling mostly though.

    Perhaps:

    -------------Sturridge
    Suarez------Coutinho-----Sterling
    -------Gerrard-----Lucas

    This would probably be best.
     


  5. johno

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    More mediocre depth for them.
     
  6. Futbol_Head

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    Which player? I like what I've seen from Coutinho, very exciting player while Rafa was at Inter. Did fair enough at Espanyol too. Shelvey I'm a big fan of as well, but he's probably more of an acquired taste. Borini is more of a one hit wonder, imo. He'll need to be catered to and probably won't do much at Liverpool.
     
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    Coutinho. I don't rate.
     
  8. SyedZada

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    So much football at the same time Liverpool arsenal, el Classico and our match
     
  9. cr7torossi

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    Where will he play though? Spurs have too many players in his preferred spot.
     
  10. SyedZada

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    A defensive collapse from arsenal, Suarez scores
     
  11. JamesA

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    Vermaleen is soooo poor and over rated...
     
  12. SyedZada

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    Walcott one on one saved by reina
     
  13. SyedZada

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    I have been saying that since he arrived :d
     
  14. SyedZada

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    There is also palace vs Huddersfield a chance to see Zaha
     
  15. JamesA

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    How Wenger can say he can't find anyone to improve the team with a straight face is hilarious...
     
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  16. JamesA

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    And now he's club captain, they have put themselves in such a tough spot in regards to dropping him...
     
  17. SyedZada

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    Liverpool don't look all that won't be surprised if arsenal win this.
     
  18. SyedZada

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    Sneezy doing what he normally does, a blunder
     
  19. JamesA

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    They are both pretty poor...whoever makes less blunders will win..
     
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  20. cr7torossi

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    Not the only one. His goals fooled the plebs though.
     
  21. cr7torossi

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    Geert Wilders' party is pretty popular in some parts of the Netherlands.
     
  22. SirManchester

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    In the #10 role because he's the best one at the club right now.
     
  23. cr7torossi

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    Agreed but marginally. Think they will end up rotating at #10 and playing him out wide as well.
     
  24. SirManchester

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    That would be a mistake.

    He should play either #10 or #6.
     
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    Baines doing pretty well.
     
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