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Romelu Lukaku

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3 hours ago, Blusan Alamb said:

 

How do they know the song has anything to do with his race? White men can't have bellends reaching their toes? On the contrary - them automatically concluding that it's about his race, is racist. :D

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3 hours ago, manpe said:

How do they know the song has anything to do with his race? White men can't have bellends reaching their toes? On the contrary - them automatically concluding that it's about his race, is racist. :D

The chant, sang to the tune of the 'Made of Stone' by the Stone Roses,

The lyrics go:

"Romelu Lukaku,

"He's our Belgium scoring genius,

"He's got a 24 inch penis,

"Scoring all the goals,

"B*****d to his toes."

Scott Patterson, who publishes the popular blog The Republik of Mancunia, slammed the chant as "drivel that belongs in the 1980s."

He went on: "Here we have a hugely talented striker, currently the top scorer in the league, yet he’s reduced to us celebrating the supposed size of his d***.

 

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3 minutes ago, Blusan Alamb said:

MUFC fans sing the Lukaku song they have been asked not to sing - followed by the chant of 'We're Man United, we'll sing what we want'

 

 

Classless club.

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Apparently berated his team mates in dressing room about a lack of service after we beat United. He was shite for them and I don’t know if he realises that strikers sometimes have to create their own chances. United aren’t Everton or West Brom. Think his goal drought is like 7 games now, hopefully will continue, can’t believe we were willing to pay 75m for somebody who can’t control a football.

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He did create his own chance that game that Courtois did well to save and the way Mourinho sets up his teams in away games not surprised he's isolated, he's playing for 0-0 exactly like he did for us playing away. Morata before United didn't score for 6 games either, droughts happen. In that time he's had two assists and hit the woodwork twice.

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1 hour ago, ja1 said:

He did create his own chance that game that Courtois did well to save and the way Mourinho sets up his teams in away games not surprised he's isolated, he's playing for 0-0 exactly like he did for us playing away. Morata before United didn't score for 6 games either, droughts happen. In that time he's had two assists and hit the woodwork twice.

Still did Morata berate his team mates on said drought? Lukaku was isolated against us sure but he chose to join a Jose Mourinho team, should he have expected anything else in big games? To struggle at times? To be isolated against 3 CBs? For him to sit there and disrespectfully question his team mates, who have done and won a lot more than him in football over a question of “service” when he was virtually anonymous bar a 20 yard shot, which considering most of his goals come from the 18 yard box, is ridiculous and arrogant.

I think his decision to join Man United was a good move for him (turned out to be very good for us as for me he’s an inferior all round player to Morata, perhaps more clinical than AM) as he can be a flat track bully vs smaller teams and get 15+ goals yes but against the big teams, not a chance he will be such as prolific a player. 

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19 hours ago, ja1 said:

He did create his own chance that game that Courtois did well to save and the way Mourinho sets up his teams in away games not surprised he's isolated,

That is a valid point but at the same time, you also want to see what your striker is made of when he is not getting much support. Yes, Mourinho sets his team defensively but even if he does set them offensively, they are not going to dominate every game and supply Lukaku (or whoever) with tons of chances. There will be games where his team will be feeding off scraps and you need your striker to create something good going forward. MOTD did a minor analysis of Morata v Lukaku in that United game and you can definitely see where the latter is falling short.

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When he was with us he had this cocky vibe as if he was so-sure he'd be the next legend of our club.

Now, he's even more smug, but is he really going to end up a legend for United? I'm doubtful, no matter how much he scores.

When all is said and done, the records will read - Lukaku, legend for Everton. :D

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