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Manchester United strengthened their position atop the Premier League with a 2-1 victory over perennial rivals Liverpool. More
Manager: Alex Ferguson
Manager: Brendan Rodgers
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We didn't play that well but kept going. Salford were haing on for a good 25 mins, that's hanging on, not containing us, this isn't something you'd expect from a team at the top of the prem and aiming to claim their right as "champions". A flattering position for them I think.
The Red Steam-roller crushed up every things on his way. His old and exhausted Man Driver has woken up on the end, because, he is going to retire on a pension and to give up the Wheel to Pep Guardiola!
soz gearoid that last comment should have read 624
625..seems like you know more about sucking dingalings than football,maybe its best you stick at what your best at
Funny to hear Istina Boli saying that Webb favoured United when Wisdow clearly shoved Kagawa from behind in the penalty box. That should have been a sending off for denying a goal scoring opportunity and a penalty. In the same incident he let Liverpool play on with their keeper injured but as soon as United won the ball back he blew up for the injury. If anyone thinks Howard Webb has contributed anything to United's points tally remember, that's only the second time he's reffed United in the league. The other time was in Newcastle where United played them off the park. In this game he favoured Liverpool in every decision. You have nothing to complain about.
Liverpool fans are lucky that United played Fergie's bum-boy Welbeck. Had he played Hernandez you scousers would of been slaughtered. Welbeck must be sucking Fergie's shrunken ding a ling, for him to be continually on the start-up side. Come back Rooney, dump Welbeck and let him such Mancini's ding a ling.
united should have been 3 up by half time welbeck had a great game gave scouse midfield no peace at all and ran his socks off,johnson should have been sent off kagawa should have had a pen.liverpool looked really threatening when sturridge came on,scousers should enjoy suarez while they can cause he aint going to be in liverpool next season,i'de bet on 2 1 but it was touch and go in last 20 mins
danny welbeck had an excelent game,he's a different type of player than chicarito,he was given a job to do and disrupt the scouse midfield,he ran his socks off and did just that.
you mean to tell me the welbeck is a better footballer than chicharito??? badbeck was in the game 90min but actually only played 10min. chicharito you need to grow some balls and ask to get traded, I’m sure Spain or Italy will be more than happy to have you. GROW SOME BALLS
why welbeck why but now i dont give a #$%$ cuz we won lol
good sec half but again one week link downing get rid of him or just dont play him he has one good game and everv one thinks hes great he is #$%$ sell him on
618: finally a Liverpool fan saying it as it is, although I dont agree Saurez would score 50 + at united.I am not going to say I am an expert on the lad as I havent watched him much but from what I have seen he seems a very greedy player that woudl get on better on his own like a defoe.
It breaks my heart to admit it but Manure were the much better team and Yes probably deserved to win. Unfortunately we don't have a Quality 11 to play in these matches. Our midfield is a shambles - Lucas - still not fit, but definitely not good enough and Allen, way, way out of his depth. We have Suarez who in a manure team would score 50 plus goals a season, gets played up top on his own with the useless Downing and the very weak Sterling in support help out. He actually had no chance and the more this happens the quicker we'll drive him away. Sturridge came on and was twice as sharp as any of them. I will back Brendan Rodgers to get it right, but time is running out and the more games he plays with Downing, Allen and Sterling the wider the door is opening. The plan Rodgers had when he came and the 200 page document which he created on how to win the league - doesn't work.
if utd were paying the ref agger would have been sent off 3 times in that game the dirty c%nt. ive never seen a player so sly an dirty as him an he gets away with it every game. an where was suarez was he on the pitch ha ha
not sure there is anyone more bitter in this world than a Liverpool fan after getting beaten by united again.
SUPERMAN Next season , we bags Webb and Clattenburg for Liverpool , so that no Mancaster clubs can' bribe and seduce ' the refs. , irrespective of how much is being offered by the TWO ................its preposterous how , whenever the big clubs play in big matches we seem to get the refs.who are ' highlighted with bad , prejudiced and obvious wrong decisions ' ................why they don't ref. Southampton v QPR or Aston Villa v Wigan ......where there is nothing at stake.......................BIG GAMES FOR BIG MEN WITH BIG EGO'S AND BIG APPETITES TO SATISFY?
Welbeck is just a #$%$ and a piece of #$%$ !! United fans hate him
now we are going to take the shield with fresh???????
I keep wondering what excuse Liverpool and other fans have when they lose against other teams than united other than "the ref has been bribed". I also wonder what excuse Liverpool fans have for their supposed big club being a whole 24 points behind Manu already!!! I suppose thats Webbs fault as well. at this rate they will be over 50 points behind at the end of the season. Liverpool have apparently been in transition for over 20 years now and only once come close to winning the league.. manu and others have also been in transition in that time also and have challenged or won it .. strange that !!
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At the heart of United's early control, and important as they looked to shut up shop in the second half.