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The Master at Work ..

 

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Jeez, that could've been a monumental stuff up by arsenal.

 

Lol at gifs

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Wenger be like ..

 

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f**k hull are rubbish. They peaked way to early. Oh well. Sanchez goal for Barca was off tap!

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F*ck I hate Jack Wilshire .

 

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What the? Why would he do that on the parade? What am i missing?

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it was gee'ing up the crowd.. At the ledley king testimonial game spurs keeper paul robinson was leading a 'stand up if you hate arsenal' chant at one end of the stadium when he was in goal.. It goes both ways..

 

Yes Jacky boy can be a prat, but he's our prat.. i honestly do not see why there is so much hate directed towards him from people of other clubs..

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tit for tat is ok, :lol:

 

 

Still an odd choice considering the timing.

At least no Spurs player will be in the same World Cup squad

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People hate him cos he's arrogant and not even that good.

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he has moments of brilliance.

Exactly... Few and far between. He will have one excellent game then next week he will lose his head in the 20th min and cop a red card for a horror tackle. He is a major liability with injury problems. Oh and he acts like a *milkshake* most of the time lol.

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agree with Noobis on this one ...and Scholes summed him up perfectly too.

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People hate him cos he's arrogant and not even that good.

 

He is 22 years old.. People did what all english people did and big him up when he is still young and developing.. Look at the way it was done to townsend, being done to barkley, its what the english media do to the up and coming youngsters..

 

As for being arrogant i don't see that at all.. Yes he has a whinge at the refs when he gets chopped, but he gets fouled a ridiculous amount.. When yaya or rooney gets chopped and has a whinge, its considered to showing passion.. Yet when Jack does it, its considered whinging.. He can't win..

 

he has moments of brilliance.

Exactly... Few and far between. He will have one excellent game then next week he will lose his head in the 20th min and cop a red card for a horror tackle. He is a major liability with injury problems. Oh and he acts like a *milkshake* most of the time lol.

 

he has had 2 red cards in his 100 starts in the premier league.. not exactly losing his head and horror tacking people every chance he gets is he? Kaboul has had as many red cards this season as wilshere has had his whole life..

 

So much unrequired hate for someone because he looks like a prat..

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you make some good points.

 

He might be 22, but he doesn't act it.

When he whinges he sounds like a girl, when Rooney does he looks like he's going to take someone's head off.

 

Honestly, he reminds me a bit of Kewell. Hopes of the nation, stunning moments of skill, game winner, but prone to injury and badluck.

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He doesn't look like a prat . He IS a prat.

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:lol:

 

You see RVP's goal? (posted a few posts up)

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yeah... why couldn't our midfielders supply him forward balls like that?

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Right !!! Cos they are RUBBISH :lol:

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mata has that ability, but he rarely did it..2 years ago, he was the king playmaker

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Speaking of

 

Van Gaal named United manager

 

- Club appoints Dutch national coach, who won multiple titles in Holland, Spain, Germany

- Ryan Giggs to be assistant manager

- Frans Hoek and Marcel Bout join as assistant coaches

Louis van Gaal will take over as manager of Manchester United from the 2014/15 season. He has signed a three-year contract.

Louis, 62, has managed at the top level of European football for over 20 years and in that time has won domestic titles and domestic cups in three countries, as well as the UEFA Champions League, the UEFA Cup, an Intercontinental Cup, two UEFA Super Cups and domestic Super Cups in Holland and Germany.

He will take up his post after the FIFA World Cup, where he will manage the Dutch national team.

Ryan Giggs, English football's most decorated footballer and the United player with the most appearances in the club's history, has been appointed as assistant manager. Ryan took charge of the first team for the last four matches of the 2013/14 season.

Announcing the appointments, Ed Woodward said: "In Louis van Gaal, we have secured the services of one of the outstanding managers in the game today. He has achieved many things in his career to date and Old Trafford provides him with a fitting stage on which to write new chapters in the Manchester United story.

 

 

"Everyone is very excited about this new phase in the club's history. His track record of success in winning leagues and cups across Europe throughout his career makes him the perfect choice for us.

"People know him as a larger than life character but I have also been extremely impressed by his intelligence, thoughtful approach to the role and his diligence. I'm looking forward to working with him.

"I'm delighted that Louis has chosen Ryan as his assistant. Ryan's association with the club spans over two decades and his knowledge and stature will be of great use to Louis. In addition, this is a fantastic opportunity for Ryan to learn his trade alongside a world-class manager whose attacking instincts and belief in youth are tailor-made for Manchester United.”

Louis van Gaal said: "It was always a wish for me to work in the Premier League. To work as a manager for Manchester United, the biggest club in the world, makes me very proud. I have managed in games at Old Trafford before and know what an incredible arena Old Trafford is and how passionate and knowledgeable the fans are. This club has big ambitions; I too have big ambitions. Together I'm sure we will make history."

Joel Glazer said: "I am delighted that Louis will be our next manager. He has an outstanding pedigree as a coach, both as a man who motivates his teams to win trophies and as someone who believes in giving young players a chance to prove their worth. I am sure he will make a big impression on the club, the players and the fans."

 

Avie Glazer said: "Louis joins us at an exciting time and has already communicated some great ideas for how the club can move forward. The board is right behind him in his plans and everyone here is already looking forward to the start of next season.”

Ryan Giggs said: "I am thrilled to have the chance to serve as assistant manager. Louis van Gaal is a world-class coach and I know I will learn a lot about coaching from being able to observe and contribute at such close quarters. Manchester United has been a huge part of my life and I'm delighted to be able to continue that relationship in such a key role."

Frans Hoek is the Netherlands' goalkeeping coach and has been instrumental in the development of keepers such as United legend Edwin van der Sar and Barcelona's Victor Valdes. He joins as assistant coach, specialising in goalkeeping.

Marcel Bout joins as assistant coach, specialising in opposition scouting, having previously worked for Bayern Munich, Telstar, AZ, FC Volendam and Feyenoord.

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Giggs announces retirement

DOWNLOAD RYAN'S OPEN LETTER >

Today is a fantastic day for Manchester United. Louis van Gaal is a great appointment and let me begin by telling you how delighted I am to be working with someone of his calibre. His credentials are second to none and I’m positive the club will thrive under his leadership over the coming years.

 

I would also like to take this opportunity to announce my retirement from professional football and embark upon a new and exciting chapter in my life, as assistant manager of Manchester United. I am immensely proud, honoured and fortunate to have represented the biggest club in the world 963 times and Wales 64 times. My dream was always to play for Manchester United, and although it saddens me to know I won’t be pulling on a United jersey again as a player, I have been lucky enough to have fulfilled that dream playing with some of the best players in the world, working under an incredible manager in Sir Alex Ferguson, and most of all, playing for the greatest fans in world football. I have always felt and appreciated your support.

I want to also give a huge thanks to the backroom staff and support teams we have and have had at Manchester United over the years. I would not have achieved the success I have without your continuing dedication and commitment to creating the best environment to enable the players to thrive. I would not have won 34 trophies in my career without you. I would also like to say a special thanks to my friends and family for all your love and support.

For me, today is a new chapter filled with many emotions - immense pride, sadness, but most of all, excitement towards the future. United fans I hope will share and echo my belief that the club, the management and owners, are doing everything they can to return this great club to where it belongs, and I hope to be there every step of the way. To the greatest fans in world football, thank you, I have loved every minute of playing for you and representing the biggest and best club in the world.

See you next season.

Ryan

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So it's been about 4 hours . Fired cleverley and young yet ?

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Jesse Lingard doing the business for te Eng U21's !

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