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We are not going to win the league

So all you olesexuals who are getting ahead of yourselves. Please remember what happened last time we were top of our group table in the champions league.

This league table flatters to deceive. Anyone could be in the title race within a few weeks.

I know some idiots will say that I'm hoping for this to happen but you could not be further from the truth. I want us to start acting like the biggest club in the world. We used to be arrogant with it, now it seems some people think we should be humble and happy with mediocrity because subconsciously they think we are punching above our weight and they are scared.

We should have got Poch but now he's gone to PSG and as a result I am not calling for Ole's head just yet but please understand that we all ought to have high expectations of our club and ANY coaching staff. I will still demand that we improve our performances.


posted 1 week, 3 days ago

comment by JustYourAverageFan (U21016)
posted 15 seconds ago
You weren't suffering from a "lack of fitness" ffs.

Man United's last competitive fixture last season was on 16th August. The season began again on the 19th September. You started your pre-season a week before. So you ONLY had 3 weeks of an off-season whereas other teams, such as Brighton for example, their season finished on the 26th July, so they had a longer off-season than what you did, therefore recovered more due to a longer rest period, therefore less match fit in competitive match experiences than what Man United were. You did not have the off-season to correctly recover from your competitive fixtures of last season.

So you were actually more "match fit" on a competitive basis, but you suffered from not having adequate rest time during the off-season.
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So you're saying we weren't fit?

posted 1 week, 3 days ago

comment by Elvis: King of Cult (U7425)
posted 15 seconds ago
comment by JustYourAverageFan (U21016)
posted 15 seconds ago
You weren't suffering from a "lack of fitness" ffs.

Man United's last competitive fixture last season was on 16th August. The season began again on the 19th September. You started your pre-season a week before. So you ONLY had 3 weeks of an off-season whereas other teams, such as Brighton for example, their season finished on the 26th July, so they had a longer off-season than what you did, therefore recovered more due to a longer rest period, therefore less match fit in competitive match experiences than what Man United were. You did not have the off-season to correctly recover from your competitive fixtures of last season.

So you were actually more "match fit" on a competitive basis, but you suffered from not having adequate rest time during the off-season.
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So you're saying we weren't fit?
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He thinks we're well fit

posted 1 week, 3 days ago

comment by Elvis: King of Cult (U7425)
posted 1 minute ago
comment by JustYourAverageFan (U21016)
posted 15 seconds ago
You weren't suffering from a "lack of fitness" ffs.

Man United's last competitive fixture last season was on 16th August. The season began again on the 19th September. You started your pre-season a week before. So you ONLY had 3 weeks of an off-season whereas other teams, such as Brighton for example, their season finished on the 26th July, so they had a longer off-season than what you did, therefore recovered more due to a longer rest period, therefore less match fit in competitive match experiences than what Man United were. You did not have the off-season to correctly recover from your competitive fixtures of last season.

So you were actually more "match fit" on a competitive basis, but you suffered from not having adequate rest time during the off-season.
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So you're saying we weren't fit?


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I'm off

posted 1 week, 3 days ago

comment by JustYourAverageFan (U21016)
posted 24 seconds ago
comment by Elvis: King of Cult (U7425)
posted 1 minute ago
comment by JustYourAverageFan (U21016)
posted 15 seconds ago
You weren't suffering from a "lack of fitness" ffs.

Man United's last competitive fixture last season was on 16th August. The season began again on the 19th September. You started your pre-season a week before. So you ONLY had 3 weeks of an off-season whereas other teams, such as Brighton for example, their season finished on the 26th July, so they had a longer off-season than what you did, therefore recovered more due to a longer rest period, therefore less match fit in competitive match experiences than what Man United were. You did not have the off-season to correctly recover from your competitive fixtures of last season.

So you were actually more "match fit" on a competitive basis, but you suffered from not having adequate rest time during the off-season.
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So you're saying we weren't fit?


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I'm off
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I think you should. Save any further embarrassment.

comment by Mike. (U1170)

posted 1 week, 3 days ago

FFS we were more match fit than the rest of the league despite having less time to build our fitness levels back off after the off season because we played a match more recently than the rest of the teams but we were less prepared for matches fitness wise but that doesn't mean we were less match fit.

Simple FFS!

posted 1 week, 3 days ago

comment by Elvis: King of Cult (U7425)
posted 4 minutes ago
comment by JustYourAverageFan (U21016)
posted 24 seconds ago
comment by Elvis: King of Cult (U7425)
posted 1 minute ago
comment by JustYourAverageFan (U21016)
posted 15 seconds ago
You weren't suffering from a "lack of fitness" ffs.

Man United's last competitive fixture last season was on 16th August. The season began again on the 19th September. You started your pre-season a week before. So you ONLY had 3 weeks of an off-season whereas other teams, such as Brighton for example, their season finished on the 26th July, so they had a longer off-season than what you did, therefore recovered more due to a longer rest period, therefore less match fit in competitive match experiences than what Man United were. You did not have the off-season to correctly recover from your competitive fixtures of last season.

So you were actually more "match fit" on a competitive basis, but you suffered from not having adequate rest time during the off-season.
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So you're saying we weren't fit?


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I'm off
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I think you should. Save any further embarrassment.
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This.

posted 1 week, 3 days ago

I think you should. Save any further embarrassment.

........

It was really embarrassing. I would like to think that the average fan would understand how fitness levels in pre season works.

Maybe he should change his name to JustYourWellBellowAverageFan.

posted 1 week, 3 days ago

comment by Vidicschin (U3584)
posted 5 minutes ago
I think you should. Save any further embarrassment.

........

It was really embarrassing. I would like to think that the average fan would understand how fitness levels in pre season works.

Maybe he should change his name to JustYourWellBellowAverageFan.
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Just to clarify here VC, are you talking about pre-season or off-season?

posted 1 week, 3 days ago

Elvis

I really do despair for some of these posters.

comment by RB&W (U21434)

posted 1 week, 3 days ago

comment by Vidicschin (U3584)
posted 17 minutes ago
Elvis

I really do despair for some of these posters.
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The newer posters on here aren't what they used to be. That's for sure.

Even the window lickers and Wums are absolute shed.

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