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Slam Dunk

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  1. The English Football Thread

    What a header from van Wolfswinkel. Although i'm surprised the ball didn't stick to his head with that amount of hair gel on.
  2. Wayne Rooney

    Papers reporting that he's accepted that he won't be allowed to leave. This is getting beyond boring now.
  3. The English Football Thread

    Don't think united played particularly well, but then again, neither did Swansea. Have to say though, this is sublime.
  4. The English Football Thread

    We're gonna have to thump Hull 15-0 if we're going to get the same amount of praise as Moyes will undoubtedly get from the media.
  5. The English Football Thread

    RvP. Class.
  6. The English Football Thread

    Doesn't matter how badly United play, RvP will bail them out 9 times out of 10. That's why we need Rooney.
  7. The English Football Thread

    Good finish, Huth gave him way too much room though.
  8. Radamel Falcao

    Didn't this story come from Marca? Doubt it's true.
  9. Wayne Rooney

    "Rooney or bust" was probably just a line to make Rooney feel wanted.
  10. The International Football Thread

    Cleverley again. Seriously, Roy?
  11. Wayne Rooney

    Doubt it. Moyes is part of the ITV commentary team tonight as well, so expect to hear the words 'not for sale' and 'at any price' a few times.
  12. Luiz Gustavo

    Nearly, Arsene. Nearly.
  13. 29. Nathaniel Chalobah

    Panic over.
  14. Fernando Torres

    I said no such thing. To repeat myself, I said he's not solely to blame, which was your original argument.
  15. Fernando Torres

    That argument could easily be pulled apart by saying that if we didn't concede once or twice in a match, we wouldn't have lost it. Which has little to do with the striker. Let's just agree to disagree, because this is getting tedious.