12 responses

  1. Pete
    24 October 2016

    OT: Will anyone be writing a report of the AGM?

  2. Andrew Crawshaw
    24 October 2016

    Pete,
    I have been to the AGM for the past few years but, sadly, didn’t get a invitation this year so won’t be able to do a first hand report. Sory

  3. Stan The Man
    24 October 2016

    Big name transfers. With the experience of ManU so far, maybe AW knows a thing or two about what it’s all about. Saying that transfers are risky is putting it mildly. Let’s see how things pan out for them.

    I will personally enjoy seeing ManU and their ‘Despicable One’ suffer this season. He needs to learn to not run his mouth. I am looking forward to our boys handing out a heavy defeat to them.

    That will be pure unadulterated joy, to see him on the sidelines looking lost. Then sacked again? Oh yes please!

  4. Chris
    24 October 2016

    Don’t you just love it when the press keeps pushing it’s agenda

    Here’s a little review I had fun reading.

    http://www.football365.com/news/what-can-jose-do-with-this-limited-united

    Just love the bit about the limitations of the intergalactic billion dollar valur suqud of MU. Poor manager….

  5. Gord
    24 October 2016

    In my current news search, I see that:

    Wilshere (loaned to Bournemouth) has changed his first name to Jake (Metro).

    Steve Bould is running training today in preparation for Reading. Is Steve Bould going to suggest a team to Wenger for that game? The people in Reading have been advised by their local news medja, how to get to Wenger Stadium.

    If Andrew wanted to go to the AGM, I wonder if he could go as Untold’s correspondent?

    WRT other things Andrew writes about, it seems the Ladies team is doing a considerable shakeup. Four changes already (1 in, 3 out).

  6. bushido
    24 October 2016

    Mino Raiola is dabbing all the way to the bank

  7. Gord
    24 October 2016

    A big value transfer still generating data, is that Tropical Depression Balotelli is still causing havoc. Luckily not here.

  8. Robert
    25 October 2016

    Both the Guardian and the Independent have ripped into Man U’s transfer shenanigans, so the mainstream press is noticing the downside of the transfer game.

    What’s even more interesting is that the Miserable One is getting very short shrift in the papers.

  9. Brickfields Gunners
    25 October 2016

    How never to run or ruin your club ?
    Never , ever follow the ‘advice’ of the media , the pundits , experts and your ex-players !
    Or , and ignore the social media completely .

    Here is their blueprint for success .

    1.Your team has to buy the best manager that money could buy.
    Check.
    2.Your team has buy the most expensive player in the world .
    Check .
    3.Your team has to get the most prolific WC striker at all cost.
    Check .
    4.Your team has to buy 2 or 3 more WC players as window dressing.
    Check.
    5.Your team has to raise the salary of all the other players as a show of intent that you would never sell them to other competing clubs.
    Check .
    6. Get the press to laugh and ridicule the other contenders for not following the lofty ambitions of your club .Especially that club who has had a manager for twenty years .
    Check.
    7. Get the usual gang of crooks ,idiots , nincompoops and other assorted lowlifes to support your cause .
    Check.

    Having done the above , just sit back and laugh your head off as your team glides smoothly to win everything in sight. QED.
    Check ?

    Don’t panic if your team are not doing well as we are only a quarter of the way into the season . Things will definitely change for the better.As per
    ‘ The Great Plan’.

    Or will they ?

  10. Brickfields Gunners
    25 October 2016

    The above plan may only work for League teams . Most of it are not applicable for International teams.
    Don’t believe me ?
    Why don’t you take England’s last appointment as manager and work your way through ?

  11. Robido
    25 October 2016

    Perhaps also 8, intimidate the ref at every opportunity. Whoops can’t check that one.

    (Even have decisions go against – had Luis been sent off mu “would have scored” and chelski “wouldn’t”?)

  12. Brickfields Gunners
    25 October 2016

    @ Robido -October 25, 2016 at 8:31 am – I think you meant to say ..encourage the ref ….to consult the linesman or the fourth official; or to ‘remind’ him to give red/yellow cards that he may have ‘forgotten’ to brandish !

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