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Robin van Persie scored a hat-trick, including a stoppage time winner, as Manchester United snatched a 3-2 victory over Southampton. More
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what hapen rooney best team in the world man u
Utd won in normal time what is the fecking problem get over it and move on saddos
we are united, the rest of you #$%$ get back to your own pages BLAH we love you haters!
mike dean get a lift to soton on the mu coach anybody know? penalty to united.
What can you say about people on here wishing RVP or any other player, from whatever team, that get get injured or worse still suffer horrible injuries to end their career? I can only ask how they would feel if it happened not to them, but to their husbands or wives or sons or daughters? Such inhumanity is beyond belief. Have they got anything civilized left inside them, anything that isn't festering in them? You just show yourselves for what you really are. I cannot member these people among decent society. What more can I say.
It easy to go from vilain to hero in football. This time it was a transplant that save manU from humiliation and we are yet to here Fergie thank Arsenal for selling his team VPC. Heroes come and go overnight, we saw that when Ronaldo was playing for anU and Rooney and Barbatov recently. VPC must be aware that tomorrow it could be his turn. Throught yrs with Arsenal he never had to apologize even when the team was down. The season has just started and we must not lose sight that soomn team will learn how t mark VPC, as they have done against Rooney, then what is left?
Here we go again - Fergie time. Here is the proof that these people never use a brain cell when they speak. The winning goal came at 91.09. There were another 2 and a half minutes of added time after this. This means that the extra time was in Southampton's favour because they had the chance to get an equaliser. Every minute after the winning goal was against MU. Anyone with even one brain cell can see that Southampton had the advantage with the full 4 min of extra time. The key here is "one brain cell". I would like to know from these people what they thought of the extra time last season which led to the ref blowing after the winning goal was scored. Bought time? Bought goal? Of course not - it wasn't MU, right?
ala..janda arsenal kata kn...mst r hbt..hahahaha
Brilliant strike from RVP
As usual a lot of rubbish written interspersed by a few comments by people who actually understand the game Its all very well being critical of certain aspects of the game but if you are going to comment at least have some basic knowledge of the game. It is all very well being match fit but it takes time to come back from injury and play at your best. This was the first game that Ferdinand and Vidic have played in tandem since November last year both have come back from injury and need time to settle in. Would seem also that many aren't aware that Young is injured and nani has just come back from injury as well. Kagawa is the new boy and his first season in the Premier league, it needs time to bed in and get used to the speed of the game in this country. and in my opinion he has aquitted himself very well. We still have two defensive players injured plus Rooney. I don't see any need for negativity we might not be as fluent as we would like to be but we have still won 2 out of three games so we are poised nicely to progress further up the table. its early doors with plenty of games left Yet with some the panic has set in all ready mainly because they have little or no idea how to run a football team let alone pick a side to do the job. It is essential to pick a team to counteract the oppositions strengths and to take advantages of their weaknesses
we didnt deserve to lose. man united had to wreck our dreams of winning STUFF YOU
Some of you make me laugh! You bang on about extra minutes played for Utd... however many minutes are played, it's the same for BOTH teams, is it not?
there's only two things to say screw rooney and why wasn't nani in the starting 11
United and England showing faith in Cleverley out of all proportion to his performances. At this rate a great future beckons for him ... in the Championship! And I can't see Welbeck being United's future either.
We, as gunners, feel terrible heart broken...
we were lucky. still need to work on defence and midfield. sir alex should not depend on scholes all the time.
Lindegaard is equally good compare to De Gea. The problem is our defence and mid-field. Vidic is still ok, Rio is getting old, Rafael is old a defensive player, he is better in the attacking mid-field. Evra is getting old too, always not at the right position, probably too much sex the night before, so his legs are too weak to stand firm. Mid field: Carrick is too indecisive and not able to run alot (slow) - not a typical MU player. Kawaga, needs to strengthen his body, Premier League is unlike other league which may be too feminine. Clevery created some sparks last season, but this season has not showed anything yet, he and Kawaga alike, not too strong. Schole and Riggs are the best, but their career are going to over. Forward: Valencia, Ashey, Roony, RVP, Nani ( need a few more game, I have confident in him), Hernandez ( give him more games, though he is small, he read the game better tha Welbeck) and welbeck, no worries. Need only to wait for Smalling, Jones, Evans. Since MU ha bought Powell and Butter, should try them. SHould also try the U21, like Wooton, Keane, Thorpe, and Tunni.
Man U needs a centre fielder like Schneider or even Gerrard. We need someone like the old Vidic an Rio not these two now. Start Ashley Young and Nani/Valencia on the two Wings with RVP as an attacking Midfield with Welback and hernandez. Then Load up on defense, 5 defenders with Rafael going up from time to time is the only way. Evra can only sub, have someone younger like Andersen play his position.
RVP hattrick and 3 points aside, SAF still has serious problems in defence and midfield. Lindegaard was not better than De Gea. Vidic and Rio need time together to gel. Rafael is better going forward than defend. Evra need to get his act together. Kagawa is very light weight and looks a luxury player unlike Park who will ran all afternoon and win possession. Carrick didn't do anything positive all afternoon. Cleverley is not United class, full stop. Aside from all these it's not too bad. Given the benefit of age and ability to win possession means Welbeck just about alright. Scholes saved the day. Nani looked over weight, wonder whether he found Rooney's favourite grub. Anyway his pace and trickery means United were more balanced and threathening then relying on right wing alone.
Liverpool for the drop to Championship league. Good bye Liverpool
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'He scores when he wants' except maybe from the penalty spot. That gaffe aside this was a stunning performance from the Dutchman.