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  1. Admittedly it does bother me that I'm going to have to backtrack on the last six months of pisstaking which I've dished out to the Man Utd fans regarding their purely sentimental managerial appointment... If anyone ever hears me say the words 'but he gets the club' they have my full consent to take me out back and have me shot.
  2. Well at least we won't have to think of any new songs! Honestly can't wait, not at all convinced it's the right appointment or that we'll be anything close to good next season, but it'll restore some much-needed good feeling and connection with the fans at the Bridge. I personally look forward to us returning to our 90's vogue - we'll play sexy football, sign a 34-year-old Lewandowski and whoever is the current equivalent of Emmanuel Petit in 2001, get knocked out of the Europa League in the first round by some Scandinavian team no one has ever heard of, and most importantly of all, dick Tottenham twice a year.
  3. I am very sad to report that Philomena Lynott has passed away at the age of 88. I feel the urge to read The Rocker again... it's packed full of fantastic stories about her. R.I.P.
  4. Tom Taiwo has retired from football at the age of 29 due to repeated injuries: https://www.newsandstar.co.uk/sport/17701024.former-carlisle-utd-player-tom-taiwo-retires-from-football-at-29/
  5. A shame that, I would have had him almost nailed-on for a spot in the first team next season.
  6. Yeah, I just saw that rumour as well. f**king hell...
  7. Bloody hell, Justin Edinburgh has died... https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/48568007 What horrible news, RIP.
  8. The Guardian are reporting it: https://www.theguardian.com/football/2019/jun/05/eden-hazard-real-madrid-chelsea-agree-fee I can wish him nothing but the best; since he arrived Eden has been an asset like no other to the club, the fans, and even the league. He has been a genuine joy to watch, a genius footballer the likes of whom you will only ever see a handful of per generation. Impossible to replace, impossible to emulate. We can also have no qualms about the way in which he's handled himself. We are now in a position where we cannot offer a realistic, consistent chance of Champions League glory, and I cannot blame him for seeking that elsewhere, especially given his apparently long-held attachment to Real, and Zidane in particular. He's always given his utmost, even when things at the club looked their darkest, and all while getting kicked off the park every match. Unlike many players in a similar situation, he has always been respectful towards the club, and loving towards the fans. Hazard will be sorely missed, and never truly replaced. A club legend in every sense. Thank you for everything, we had some wonderful times there. All the same, if you'll indulge me:
  9. Good lad Sarri - showing some proper Hard Brexit passion before a cup final. Can't help but think this would have been addressed with an indulgent chuckle and a "tempers run high at this time of the season" if he were from a little closer to home...
  10. There's probably an argument for Torres being both best and worst.

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