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Darogba

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  1. I don't think it's okay to shit on Chelsea fans who worshipped him just to appease Utd fans. He can easily praise his current fans while also remaining respectful to fans of his previous club.
  2. Obviously I want him to stay forever but if there's some truth that he wants to leave then my point Is that three years would be perfect for him to achieve what he wants before leaving comparing to just one year.
  3. Agree. I think three years would be perfect and as a juve legend I'm not even sure why he would go there. I also don't buy that he misses Italy. The country is literally a few hours from here and he can and does go there a few times a week. It's not like he's on the other side of the world. anyway fingers crossed it's all rubbish.
  4. There's no such thing as loyalty in football and don't forget he's not here because he loves the club despite his wild celebrations. whatever happens I'll thank him for restoring our pride after the disaster of Mourinho's final year but the club will move on. also can we please stop blaming Emenalo for everything? Abramovich is in charge of the club and he knows more than anyone how important having a good manager is. I seriously doubt he'd let some so called "power struggle" to make us lose probably the best manager in the world right now.
  5. I thought he'd go to Barcelona as they look like sacking Enrique. If he does come though, next season should be even more epic. Conte, Allegri, Mourinho and guardiola.
  6. I sympathise with the Leicester players because we had the same thing with Mourinho. The same players who bled for him, went above and beyond to get him trophies didn't suddenly decide they didn't like him anymore. Mourinho was just at fault for our breakdown as the players but it was the players who got all the stick and now with a new manager they're back to their best. Obviously you can say they should be professional but theyre humans not robots.
  7. Winning a competition that pretty much nobody takes seriously should tell you everything you need to know about it. But if the Utd fans want to delude themselves that somehow they're back then by all means go ahead.
  8. Fergie shouldn't be compared with your average manger who peak between 42 and 50. He was a genius and like most geniuses they're once in a lifetime. United struggling now shouldn't really come as a surprise to anyone as they're being managed and will continue to be manged by your typical average manager until they win the lottery again.
  9. Lol another so called "test". I'm pretty sure every game is a test. Anyway time to end that ridiculous "unbeaten" run of theirs. Only spurs can be unbeaten and still be outside the top 4 Only spurs can end up 3rd in a two horse race . Ridiculous club
  10. He's close to his mid 50s which is the age most managers begin to fall off. the chances are he's simply not that good anymore and no amount of breaks will fix it. Like I said in my previous post, this is likely his last big managerial job at a super club.
  11. I don't think it's that's serious. He will get some good rest and hopefully be ready in 10 days time.
  12. Spends too much time on social media clowning around for my liking. I know he's still young and hasn't really been given a chance but with Costa's injury he needs to step up.
  13. Can't believe that idiot Martinez played him for a full 90mins in a friendly game.
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