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« Reply #15 on: 18:21:38, 07/02/22 »
https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/gossip


Manchester United have agreed a £12m fee with Flamengo for Andreas Pereira, the club in his homeland where the 26-year-old Brazilian is on loan. (Universo Online - in Portuguese)
Former England striker Kevin Phillips says Liverpool could sign a long-term successor for Egypt's Mohamed Salah, 29, in 20-year-old Arsenal and England forward Bukayo Saka. (Football Insider)

Chelsea and Germany's 28-year-old defender Antonio Rudiger, who is out of contract at the end of the season, wants £225,000 a week to stay at Stamford Bridge, with the Blues offering £140,000 a week. (The Athletic - subscription required)
Leeds United and England midfielder Kalvin Phillips is pushing for a new contract. West Ham offered £55m for the 26-year-old in the January transfer window but Phillips is happy to stay at Leeds if he gets a new deal. (Sun)
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« Reply #16 on: 10:18:23, 15/02/22 »
https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/gossip


Manchester United have added Christopher Nkunku, 24, to their list of summer targets after interim manager Ralf Rangnick urged the club to step up their interest in RB Leipzig's French midfielder. (ESPN)
Cristiano Ronaldo and several other Manchester United players do not believe Ralf Rangnick has the ability to manage the club and is out of his depth at Old Trafford. (AS - in Spanish)

Rangnick's personal intervention persuaded Edinson Cavani, 35, to change his mind about leaving Manchester United in January. However, the Uruguay forward will depart in the summer when his contract expires. (Fabrizio Romano)
Manchester City are among a posse of Premier League clubs keen on Barcelona and Spain Under-21 midfielder Nico Gonzalez, 20, who has established himself at the Nou Camp this season. (Marca - in Spanish)
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« Reply #17 on: 13:48:07, 16/02/22 »
Look, Mr Wring-Neck or whatever heís called is doing an absolutely bloody fantastic job in the Old Trafford hot seat. I mean, did you see how the plucky Rags managed to overcome ten-man Brighton at The Swamp last night, without even needing a penalty to help them do it? Marvellous work rate all round, every one of those boys really put in a shift.


The players will have only themselves to blame if theyíre not up for the Europa Cup next season.


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« Reply #18 on: 22:10:11, 22/02/22 »
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« Reply #19 on: 18:37:58, 06/03/22 »
https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/60632790

Leeds could make a bid to sign Manchester United's 20-year-old midfielder James Garner in the summer, while Southampton are also keeping a close eye on the England Under-21s international who is on loan at Nottingham Forest. (Sun on Sunday)

Arsenal and Newcastle United are interested in Sevilla's 24-year-old Morocco forward Youssef En-Nesyri, who was linked with a move to Manchester United in January. (Teamtalk)

Manchester United manager Ralf Rangnick wants to sign RB Leipzig's French forward Christopher Nkunku. The 24-year-old was Rangnick's first signing when he managed the German club. (Star Sunday)

Pogba's agent is contacted re a return to Turin.

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« Reply #20 on: 16:01:36, 09/03/22 »
I suppose you canít blame Mr Garner (who was brilliant as Jim Rockford, by the way) for wanting to move to a club who might have better prospects than the Rags. Itís really just a shame that City didnít put their foot on the gas last Sunday; we could have done with the extra goal difference, because it might just end up deciding the Title when May comes around.


As for Pogba going off to Milan, does he realise how far away it is? It will take up much of the day to travel over there. I wonder if he can be bothered to stir himself that much?

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« Reply #21 on: 08:55:03, 14/03/22 »
How come Chelsea may close the doors? do they have no cash in their own bank/charity fund?.
Let fans in for free and free to donate.
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« Reply #22 on: 09:12:06, 14/03/22 »
Don't know,  but the fans were all cheering for Abramovich and I can understand that,  he didn't start the war and he has donated over a million to help Ukrainians.
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« Reply #23 on: 14:23:04, 14/03/22 »
It might be worth pointing out that Putin didnít start the war, either. That was Zelenski, egged on by NATO.

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« Reply #24 on: 15:18:05, 14/03/22 »
Where did you find that out,  is there a link?
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« Reply #25 on: 17:00:07, 14/03/22 »
Ukraine has been goading and discriminating against its ethnic Russian minority population for many years. Eventually, in February 2014, largely in response to this, the Russians took back the Crimea, which has historically always been a part of Russia; however, it was conceded by the drunken crook Boris Yeltsin when the Soviet Union fell apart in 1991. This caused the regime in Kiev to cobble together a new Constitution that is grossly discriminatory towards the Russians, alongside every other ethnic minority in that corrupt cess pit of a country. Independent and reliable sources estimate that more than 14,000 ethnic Russians have been killed by Ukraineís armed forces in the eight years that have passed since then. They have been subjected to recurrent artillery bombardment by the very same army that is, in theory at least, supposed to be their protectors and who also delight in preventing terrified civilians from fleeing for the safety of the border. Oddly enough, nobody in the West seems to feel the urge to signal any virtue for these unfortunate men, women and children.


Anybody who is tempted to weep for Ukraine might be well advised to conduct a little independent research of their own, rather than listen to the lies spewing out of that Idiot Lantern in the corner of the lounge. Ukraine is the only country on Earth, and the first one since 1945, to include a Nazi regiment inside its own official armed forces. It is also steeped in National Socialist symbolism. It is, for example, the only place on the planet where you will be confronted with the Black Sun motif on an almost daily basis.


If you are a foreigner of any description, if you are black, if you are Jewish, if you are gay, then Ukraine is a very bad place indeed to be. Somehow, the boys and girls in the media bubble appear to have been too busy to notice.

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« Reply #26 on: 21:41:39, 14/03/22 »
Man Utd owners could demolish Old Trafford as Glazers consider 'complete rebuild'
https://www.express.co.uk/sport/football/1580487/Man-Utd-news-Glazers-could-demolish-Old-Trafford-consider-rebuild

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« Reply #27 on: 13:20:15, 15/03/22 »
Man Utd owners could demolish Old Trafford as Glazers consider 'complete rebuild'
https://www.express.co.uk/sport/football/1580487/Man-Utd-news-Glazers-could-demolish-Old-Trafford-consider-rebuild




Couldnít put a supermarket there instead? Iím sure Asda would be interested.


Just saying.

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« Reply #28 on: 16:24:54, 16/03/22 »
Probably best not to say anything about the Rags and their latest escapade in Europe. It is never advisable to intrude upon private grief.


And by the way, I donít know if Iíve mentioned this before, but isnít Mr Ronaldo worth every penny of Unitedís 78 trillion pound investment in him, even at the age of 63?


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« Reply #29 on: 21:43:56, 25/03/22 »
'Whatever we do we are going to be criticised': Gareth Southgate insists England boycotting the Qatar World Cup is NOT an option... but admits they will have to use their 'voice in the right way' when highlighting human rights issues


Just leave the politics out of it, either go and take part or stay home, but spare us the bulls hit you boring little man, I hope you get pumped.


 

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