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What do you like about the club you support currently?


This may be on the pitch or off it, is there anything that you like, or are proud of if you will, about the club you support at this present time, and on the flip side, is there anything you dislike, that frustrates you?

 

About United, I like that:

United have given a chance to a young (ish) British manager.

United always look for a base of British players, often giving younger British players a chance at the top level.

They also look to bring players through their academy more than a few of the top sides, you only need to look around the Premier League, and in the United squad to see this.

 

What frustrates me is...

The lack of midfield United have had for about 3 seasons, no real partner for Carrick. That could have been rectified and cost nothing if United could have kept Pogba happy, whether that's down to Fergie or the player himself.

Could also talk about the dire football United have been playing (for around 3 seasons more or less), barring yesterdays game, but I'm expecting Moyes to be able to turn it around. 

 


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TheWelshDragon · Cardiff City fan   In reply

@Doozers20 Ok but he can pass, that's what I'm trying to prove.

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Doozers20 · Man Utd fan   In reply

@TheWelshDragon youtube means nothing

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TheWelshDragon · Cardiff City fan   In reply

@liverpoolgirl101

Joe Allen needs to learn to pass?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pQoU7GM2FzQ

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liverpoolgirl101 · Liverpool fan

What I love about LFC:
-Luis Suarez
-Brendan Rodgers as manager
-The amount of young players we use
-We turn some games around when we are playing badly

What I don't like:
-Glen Johnson, he doesn't play good enough and he slows the game
-Joe Allen, he needs to learn how to pass
-Defence, they concede too much

  ·     ·     ·   3 years

jimbo1984 · Man Utd fan

I like the way we are being generous and letting everyone beat us.. It shows humility... That's my number 1 characteristic in a football team

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TheMightyPotter · Stoke City fan

Marko Arnautovic

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releasethekraken · Liverpool fan

At the moment i like about LFC:
-the sensible strategy in the transfer market
-the number of academy players coming through and featuring
-the way the owners seem to want to give our manager a real chance, putting very little pressure on him. he needs time.
-luis suarez
-we have been winning games despite not playing very well, makes a change from the last few seasons where we've been dominating games but somehow losing or drawing by not taking our chances. all about building a winning mentality which has been lacking recently.

what i don't like:
-our midfield. it seems a mess at times. does okay against the rubbish teams at home, but against good teams the midfield gets ripped apart too easily. hope b-rod does something about it in january.
-we are rubbish at defending set plays.
-everyone calls our strike partnership 'SAS'

all in all, very happy atm. enjoying the season so far.

  ·     ·     ·   3 years

Posford · Norwich City fan

What I like: Now debt-free in the Premier League after being in League 1 just 4 years ago. Made some ambitious signings to enhance the team for the future and got rid of pretty much all the players who weren't up to scratch over the summer. Strong British-based youth set up who won the FA Youth Cup in May. Still very much a fans club rather than being owned by heartless profit-seeking foreign owners, the money would help but its nice to see this kind of setup in a Premier League club

What I don't like: Style of play-our lone striker formation isn't working as there isn't enough support and therefore a lack of goals. Hughton's rigid principles- he often seems afraid to change his tactics mid-game and doesn't like making substitutions until the dying minutes of a game which nullifies their impact. Away performances-most away games we just seem to set up for a draw and have no attacking confidence which usually ends in a reversal. Negativity amongst supporters. This is a bit hypocritical but there is not a lot to be happy with on our recent results and many fans are questioning whether it's worth it to buy away tickets if the team don't produce anything. Finally, the current long injury list

In general, everything off the pitch is great and we're really developing into a regular premier league side. Everything on the pitch is very worrying considering the potential for a top 10 finish. We'll have to start picking up points sharpish as the end of the season fixtures look pretty bleak

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TheWelshDragon · Cardiff City fan

The work in Malaysia & Sierra Leonne, with football academies, the Sierra Leonne charity is actually Craig Bellamy's.

I'm also pleased with the results in general, especially against the big sides.


But off the pitch has been a disaster, changing the clubs colours and the sacking of Ian Moody who was key to bringing in some top players.

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mrsentah · Liverpool fan

We play with two strikers. Such a fan...

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