And the draws continue
Nah, nowhere near how obsessed he is with Arsene, a man there's no real reason he should be bitter of yet he is full of envy. What a strange man. Can't wait til he dies.
8 draws in the last 12 League games at home "Jose's got us playing the way United should"
"Jose's got us playing the way United should" 36% possession against Middlesbrough
Robbie after seeing the third go in: https://vine.co/v/MmOj7uzVp07
Needs to be another flag telling everyone who paid for that embarrassment are all a bunch of cunts
You'll see next season when he cruises the League
Good draw. Would've liked Spurs as them at Wembley without Harry Kane is essentially a bye to the final
Seems as if Alexis, Özil and Oxlade-Chamberlain are all set to leave in the summer. Somehow Wenger is going to stay and the two year contract offered to him is still sitting there, ready for him to sign. Unbelievable.
Lewandowski there, pushing himself away from Koscielny to win the pen: https://twitter.com/GeorgieTheGoona/status/839231878225866755 Hope someone smashes a plate over these Greek refs head and gives them all brain damage the stupid cunts
He's 100% leaving. Think he'll go PSG. The club are desperately trying to get all the negativity away from the board and Arsene at the minute but it isn't working, their fluff pieces which went to every tabloid at the exact same time (weir...
Nearly struck lucky there Kev. That was the only way Bellew was getting a win against Haye there
That my friend is €20 down the drain. Think Bellew could end up in a coma, there's no actual reason as to why Bellew stands any chance against Haye
Surely Mings and Ibra have to get retrospective bans?
Klopp's system relies on the gegenpress which is impossible to keep up unless you have a large squad which also has quality in it's depth. Liverpool have neither. If Klopp doesn't bring in heavy reinforcements in the summer then the same t...
Anyone else starting to think the Prem with no winter break might be a stretch too far for Klopp?
United are the biggest club in England. It doesn't matter if they haven't won a title in how many years by the time Ibra leaves. They're by far the richest, they can offer the biggest wages and will always be able to attract the best player...
Why wouldn't it? It's probably the most likely high profile transfer I've ever seen. Levy would give Woodward a blowjob and Kane if he offered around £100m. Zlatan's gone in a year or two, Kane's the logical successor
Easily if he keeps this up. It's almost certain to happen as well
Harry Kane is a fantastic player. Don't think he suits many teams in Europe, but can definitely see United buying him for whatever it takes once Ibrahimovic leaves the club