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November 25, 2012, 01:05:53 AM
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Have people turned on Jelavic so quickly, he was Christ reborn last season the way peopel talked.. He has still scored 4 goals this season, was amazing last. And lay of off naismith, he has 3 fucking goals, maybe his overall play could be better, but at least he is scoring, something no one else can do at the moment.

He has 5 goals for us this season.
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November 25, 2012, 02:01:59 AM
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Bluenose 91


I reckon we just play Barkley on his own.

We'll win every game 18-0 then.

November 25, 2012, 02:06:22 AM
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bluegrant


moyes back to his silly subs again like first half last season, at least then it was with 10-15mins to full time now its 3 mins into extra time ffs :headbang:


November 25, 2012, 02:54:59 AM
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moyes back to his silly subs again like first half last season, at least then it was with 10-15mins to full time now its 3 mins into extra time ffs :headbang:

Why make a sub when what you bringing on is worse than what is out there.
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November 25, 2012, 03:06:23 AM
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Why make a sub when what you bringing on is worse than what is out there.

Erm, cos half the side were knackered and unable to run after 60 minutes?

November 25, 2012, 03:09:06 AM
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shit performance also im not sure waht has happened to jelavic and peanuts as they were excellent the end of last season now are very poor


November 25, 2012, 03:15:49 AM
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seems as if distin is getting plenty of stick
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November 25, 2012, 03:28:22 AM
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Phil Neville saying focus on the positives etc on Twitter now as well... Imagine if they actually won something... hopes and expectations would be through the roof for every match and when they don't deliver they'd get 10 times as much stick.



Obviously some fans are fucking thick and take it too far re: Coleman abuse, but they're elite athletes and world class footballers once you've set a standard you're expected to match and surpass that the next match etc if they can't do that and make stupid mistakes and play shit football there can't be excuses for individual and team performances they've just got to step up.    Funny how Nev that this time last season he feared relegation!  Well fucking fear it again or how about not getting into Europe, because if they don't then Fellaini, Baines, Jags, Heitinga could all be off along with Moyes.  

November 25, 2012, 04:35:47 AM
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Jelavic seems to be getting an easy ride on here. crap today, regardless of how much service he got.

He was awful and will be getting my lowest score if the match ratings are ever done. Despite how rubbish howard was for the goal and heitinga was in the second half at least they did something positive at times during the game- Jelavic was dire throughout.

On Jelavic being isolated seems Pienaar was having to drop deeper and deeper because Hitz and Osman offered nothing defensively in the second half. We desperately need Gibson back and/or Fellaini in there.

November 25, 2012, 04:38:00 AM
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Phil Neville saying focus on the positives etc on Twitter now as well... Imagine if they actually won something... hopes and expectations would be through the roof for every match and when they don't deliver they'd get 10 times as much stick.



Obviously some fans are fucking thick and take it too far re: Coleman abuse, but they're elite athletes and world class footballers once you've set a standard you're expected to match and surpass that the next match etc if they can't do that and make stupid mistakes and play shit football there can't be excuses for individual and team performances they've just got to step up.    Funny how Nev that this time last season he feared relegation!  Well fucking fear it again or how about not getting into Europe, because if they don't then Fellaini, Baines, Jags, Heitinga could all be off along with Moyes.   

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November 25, 2012, 03:39:09 PM
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Without our two Belgians, who are arguably among our best footballers, we started well.
Encouraging was that our goal came from new boys.
A nice deep ball from Hitz to Oviedo, who did well to produce a perfect cross for Naismith to bury.
If only more were to follow.

Like last week our inability to score more, whilst being the far better side, would come back to haunt us.
We were not as good in the second half again, and it got nervous when Norwich had some very decent chances.
Their goal was another blow to the head, especially when it came from a gifted free kick.

Dropping five good points in two weeks may come back to haunt us.
It's surprising to still see us fifth in the table.
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