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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    It will be interesting to see what team Ten Hag puts out tonight with us not playing until the plastics on the 2nd.
    Yeah, Rasho (and VDB) out, so gotta be Ronno for 90 minutes.

    Get the new boys all playing, and Zinny Iqbal in MF, keep the CB pairing. Let DDG play and get a clean sheet (or let in a howler)



    DDG

    Dally Vara Marty Mally

    Caso Zidane

    Anto Bruno Sancho

    Ronno

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    What about malmo?

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    ^banked

    speaking of Manc, i popped in for a snack whilst i was working in Piccadilly last week and went to Asmara Bella, cracking grub.

    https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2022/sep/15/10-best-restaurants-and-pop-ups-at-the-manchester-food-and-drink-festival

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    Quote Originally Posted by malmomike77 View Post
    ^banked

    speaking of Manc, i popped in for a snack whilst i was working in Piccadilly last week and went to Asmara Bella, cracking grub.

    https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2022/sep/15/10-best-restaurants-and-pop-ups-at-the-manchester-food-and-drink-festival
    I love Ethiopian, so I'll be checking it out next time I'm home.

    It's a great place for food these days the Northern Quarter. I've been going to a few Bangladeshi cafes around there for a curry since before the area was trendy and popped in to say hello to them when I was back in April. They're all big reds in there and their first question was "What the fuck is going on?"

    That Ethiopian restaurant is just around the corner from the Crown and Anchor where I met Chitty for a pint. I recommend a visit for a swift half of mild if you're back in future . Not cheap these days, but very few places are in Manchester anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    a swift half of mild if you're back in future
    doesn't exist darn sarf.

    The prices were ok food wise.

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    23:45 KO

    What channel is the Europa League on nowadays anyway, BeIn?

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    never tried et-hee-o-pean food. been meaning to for years just not had chance. will try the place recommended next time im back

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    Quote Originally Posted by reinvented View Post
    never tried et-hee-o-pean food. been meaning to for years just not had chance. will try the place recommended next time im back
    Can you let us know you're coming so we can fumigate Piccadilly afterwards?

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    Another great European night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edmond View Post
    Another great European night.


    Quality team the Sherifs of Moldova


    I should imagine its akin to playing Accrington Stanley in the FA Cup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edmond View Post
    Another great European night.

    Another great European victory.

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    I think even West Brom might have beaten them.

    Maybe.

    Now another cracker on the box!

    Silkeborg v West Ham.

    The headline names just keep a comin'.

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    Man Utd lead against Sheriff Tiraspol.If you’ve never heard of them, they play in the English Premier League, and last won the title in 2013.

    thanks Paddy Power

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    Quote Originally Posted by reinvented View Post
    Man Utd lead against Sheriff Tiraspol.If you’ve never heard of them, they play in the English Premier League, and last won the title in 2013.

    thanks Paddy Power

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    Quote Originally Posted by reinvented View Post
    Man Utd lead against Sheriff Tiraspol.If you’ve never heard of them, they play in the English Premier League, and last won the title in 2013.

    thanks Paddy Power
    i heard Leicester have won the PL more times recently than Utd

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    Manchester United leads overspending table

    Issue number 389 of the Weekly Post assesses paying fee transfer operations carried out by current big-5 league clubs since July 2012. The study compares players’ values prior to transfer, estimated according to the exclusive CIES Football Observatory’s statistical model, and fees actually paid. This allows us to highlight clubs having most driven inflation up, with Manchester United heading the rankings.


    Manchester United’s total investment for the 33 fee paying transfers assessed in the study was €238M greater than the estimated value of players concerned: €1.59 vs €1.36 billion (+18%). Juventus (€233 M, +29%) and Paris St-Germain (€162M, +19%) complete the overspending table’s podium. Only three Premier League teams figure among the 36 clubs that invested less money than expected to conclude the fee-paying deals assessed. This confirms their key role in driving up inflation on the transfer market.

    https://www.football-observatory.com/IMG/sites/b5wp/2022/wp389/en/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edmond View Post
    23:45 KO

    What channel is the Europa League on nowadays anyway, BeIn?
    BeIn or BT Sport.

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    A rare decent article from the Graun these days (although they still managed to fit in some nonsense virtue signalling about toxic masculinity).

    Erik ten Hag’s strange charisma is reigniting United’s fighting spirit | Manchester United | The Guardian

    I made a similar comment to a mate of mine during the summer about Ten Hag's lack of charisma. You're hardly gonna get many sound bites out of him, but who gives a fuck as long as he's doing it where it matters?

    For the first time in a while we have a proper manager at the peak of his game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    but who gives a fuck as long as he's doing it where it matters?
    in bed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by malmomike77 View Post
    in bed?
    I particularly liked this bit, my dear nammers:

    Christian Eriksen had options, Tyrell Malacia was about to join Lyon, Lisandro Martínez refused to countenance Arsenal despite the London factor, and Antony – at whom, it is understood, United had a free run because he can be difficult – knows Ten Hag “is perfect” for him, so went on strike to force his move.


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    Quote Originally Posted by malmomike77 View Post
    in bed?
    Old Trafford, 20 days ago.



    Wait for the second round in Highbur.... the Arab stadium.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    Lisandro Martínez refused to countenance Arsenal despite the London factor,
    besides raising the average age of Arse by 6 years, he would have failed the medical and as i understand it the Trafford party scene is more his go.

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