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Comical Ali more like....... what a dunce!
"Saturday’s match in Manchester was also unusual in that it could have gone another way had Arsenal not been on the wrong end of a trio of dubious offside calls, a trio of poor Olivier Giroud misses, and a rejected penalty appeal when Pablo Zabaleta handled in the box at 3-1 – although it did seem accidental, those are often given."
By Eurosport | Pitchside Europe
What game were you watching, Rikki? Surely not the above game, and I won't be surprised if you had your dunce hat on during the game, mid-table fodder.
I guess that's the LUCK Man U needed to hang on to a famous DRAW against the mighty Cardiff..........hahahahaha!!!
Welcome back to the real world deluded Man U fans, the squad is AVERAGE and Cardiff DOMINATED play from the OFF with LION SHARE of POSSESSION.......... HAHAHA!!!
- Reply to Baldrick Nov 16, 2013 08:17MCMXCIX MCMXCIX Nov 16, 2013 22:12 Flag
"any fool could see that"
I'm in agreement, NOT, Rikki.
Even a blind fool knows it's you, so cut the 'Mr This, and Sir That' b0ll0ck5. Nobody talks like that in the real world. It's pathetic and unreal.
You may fool some people sometime, Rikk, but not ALL of the people all of the time.
And why the sudden niceties, Rikk?
Not trying to put words into other posters mouth but I'd like to think that most on here prefer the MAD DOG Butchy, thank you very much.
On what Man U need to climb the table from their mid-table surroundings, Dai Dunga from Sao Luis, Brasil wrote ........
"Moyes needs to sign some big names in the January transfer window. Webb, Clattenburg, and Jonathan Moss; can't win the league on their own."
Makes me chuckle, lol!
- Reply to MCMXCIX Dec 7, 2013 15:01
Hehehe Rikki, is that a final admission by 'yous' that Man U were an average side who got very LUCKY last season? lol
- MCMXCIX MCMXCIX Dec 17, 2013 10:07 Flag
Bayern Munich defender Jerome Boateng admitted: "They're the toughest opponents we could have had. They'll be totally up for it after what happened last year. Both matches will be very intense."
Hey 'virus-mad Rikki, take note son!
- MCMXCIX MCMXCIX Dec 17, 2013 13:08 Flag
'mind games' my @r5e, Rikki!
You have nothing to back that 5hyte up as you're not privy to his innermost thoughts.
Unless you have a valid logical explanation to prove that Boateng didn't mean it as reported by the media, your mind games theory is a fanciful notion.
But WHY do you care about the Premier League LEADERS' CL qualification chances so much? Haven't you got enough to contend with already, e.g. Spud being a shyte team this season and your pathetic average ManUre side still below them in the league table? He he!
Whatever happens in the ties between Bayern and Arsenal, I can guarantee you now that we will be back in the CL competition next season, you can't say the same about your AVERAGE #$%$ side can you Rikki?
- MCMXCIX by MCMXCIX Dec 7, 2013 15:01 Flag
Relying on an injured striker to safe their bacon and still failing woefully in their backyard.
Not surprised that they were comprehensively beaten again by a better side, Newcastle United, after their cup final against the league leaders. PMSL.
WELL DONE AND A WELL DESERVED WIN BY MAGPIES....
- MCMXCIX MCMXCIX Nov 27, 2013 14:16 Flag
"the other team were very poor. Strange given the quality they have in their squad."?
Pardon my frenchie but that's a complete tosh from you, JK.
Marseille were already out of Europe with nothing to play for before a ball is kicked in anger last evening, why should they give a damn or try to bust a gut in a meaningless match for them (wasted effort)? Ok, some may well argue that they should've been trying harder than they did and playing for their pride, but the fact of the matter is they weren't (obviously) good enough in the group and that was why they found themselves at the foot of the table. Losing home and away games against Napoli knocked the stuffing out of them, hence their interest in the competition. I think they weren't as poor last evening as it was made out in the commentaries, and were ok-ish overall in my book given their standing in the group.
That wasn't a penalty, it was a joke decision by Mikey who was clearly chomping at the bit to dig manUre out of the hole they found themselves at the Lane.
It's strange that manUre always get these sort of dodgy decisions in their favour when things aren't going to plan.
It's Europa League spot at best for them this season as their squad is packed with too many MIDTABLE grade players like Welbeck, Young, Cleverley, Nani, etc, and and aging oldies like Rio, Vidic, Giggs. None of these lot will make the bench at any of the elite sides in the division. That's how far manUre have now fallen behind their traditional rivals.
- MCMXCIX MCMXCIX Nov 30, 2013 21:05 Flag
Excellent performance by the lads against a decent Cardiff side. Arsenal's class was there for all to see in the end, this is what was lacking particularly in the THUGGISH brand of football being played by Rooney 6 days ago. The team are moving onwards and upwards after our eighth league away win this season.
I'm looking forward to the Europa League spots ELIMINATION match between the tiny Totts and manUre on Sunday, can't wait!
- MCMXCIX MCMXCIX Nov 11, 2013 12:14 Flag
ICJ, I'm sure Rooney wasn't fully match-fit yesterday too, that could well explain why he was running around the pitch like some headless chicken, ;-)
- MCMXCIX MCMXCIX Nov 11, 2013 11:52 Flag
What does ICJ make of the below list of Europe's elite top 23 performers for 2013?
For some weird reasons, I can't seem to find Rooney's name on the list whilst Mesut Ozil was included. I wonder why, ICJ ?
FIFA Ballon d'Or 2013 longlist:
- Gareth Bale (Wales/Tottenham Hotspur/Real Madrid),
- Edinson Cavani (Uruguay/Napoli/Paris Saint Germain),
- Radamel Falcao (Colombia/Atletico Madrid/Monaco),
- Eden Hazard (Belgium/Chelsea),
- Zlatan Ibrahimović (Sweden/AC Milan/Paris Saint Germain),
- Andrés Iniesta (Spain/Barcelona),
- Philipp Lahm (Germany/Bayern Munich),
- Robert Lewandowski (Poland/Borussia Dortmund),
- Lionel Messi (Argentina/Barcelona),
- Thomas Müller (Germany/Bayern Munich),
- Manuel Neuer (Germany/Bayer Munich),
- Neymar (Brazil/Santos/Barcelona),
- Mesut Özil (Germany/Real Madrid/ARSENALl),
- Andrea Pirlo (Italy/Juventus),
- Franck Ribéry (France/Bayern Munich),
- Arjen Robben (Netherlands/Bayern Munich),
- Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal/Real Madrid),
- Bastian Schweinsteiger (Germany/Bayern Munich),
- Luis Suárez (Uruguay/Liverpool),
- Thiago Silva (Brazil/Paris Saint Germain),
- Yaya Touré (Ivory Coast/Manchester City),
- Robin Van Persie (Netherlands/Manchester United),
- Xavi (Spain/Barcelona).