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Discussion in 'Premier League Match Threads' started by Tornado, Nov 23, 2021.
Another defeat I'm suspecting.
With a seven year contract on the line, I can forsee Michael Carrick's Manchester United keeping it down to 2.
new manager bounce incoming
Anthony Taylor is refereeing this one …. Chelsea red card and a CR7 penalty
Another crushing defeat, à la liverpool, city and Watford.
If only we could play the Tottenham Tumblers every week . . .
After tonight's stellar result in Spain I expect United to destroy Chelsea by at least 3 goals . . .
#kneejerk #onlyasgoodasyourlastgame #vivaronaldo
I reckon United will do better than a lot expect, but they'll still come away with nothing. I certainly don't see a repeat of what happened at OT against us.
If we somehow manage to scrape a draw, I'll be happy.
Leaked United starting line up today.
I think with Ralph's pending arrival, I'd expect United to show up. Don't expect a result but performance may be respectable.
He's going to the University Hospital just hitching a ride.
Heh heh heh heh heh heh!!
Really puzzles me how many times Manc born Taylor refs their and Citys games, its not like he's a brilliant ref and his birth place can be ignored, so why? Dozens of non Manc refs they could choose, they (the PL) are just setting themselves up for "bent ref" accusations should he give a real bad decision to Uniteds opponents
BTW, same can be said for all refs, not just Taylor, no ref should ref his local side...unless its a derby maybe
We'll need more than a "bent ref" to get the win here, so I wouldn't worry, lads.
In truth, I actually hope he does give you a super dooper mega dodgy winning pen in the 98th minute
I won't lie, I'd take that!
It's baffling....though he was in charge for our 5 v 0 loss to LFC and 6 v 1 loss to Spurs....so maybe he isn't all that arsed
Or maybe you are worst than first thought and saved said games going into double figures
You useless twats at least nick a point.
Or over compensating....
Get your money on red card today.
Ton of snow over there from the look of the west ham v city match. Spurs v Burnley already called off. What's it looking like at Stamford Bridge?
No idea, but the United game's in London, the other two are in the NW. I'm in N Manchester and we've had no proper snow here, just a light dusting earlier that hasn't settled.