Five Ways United Can Beat Chelsea...

Let's be clear about this; we don't think they will. But they could give themselves a chance by overloading the wings or man-marking Eden Hazard. Maybe...

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fevriul (Chelsea) says...

3-1 to the Mighty Blues, should have been 5 ways Chelsea will make Man their B*tches :D

Posted 8:13pm 19th January 2014

englander (Chelsea) says...

Unlucky, LOL. @highsociety, you think Chelsea are boring? Don't you like football then? If I were you I would focus on your own team before insulting others.

Posted 6:26pm 19th January 2014

Synergy says...

Wait, a guy named Red007 is a Chelsea fan? Did he think Chelsea play in Red or is he a Pool fan who changed allegiances and is too lazy to register a new id?

Ironically those questions are more interesting than the 5 point SW provided us. Especially since Moyes will play 4-4-2 and hope for the best.

Posted 11:34am 18th January 2014

wozza (Manchester United) says...

Thegame983... Have you watched a single united game this season?

Posted 2:39am 18th January 2014

nicthetrick (Manchester United) says...

I don't think Januzaj at number ten is the best idea considering that would almost certainly push Kagawa left. It was demonstrated quite clearly that they are both more effective in the opposite positions against Swansea.

Posted 8:45pm 17th January 2014

solskjaer99 (Manchester United) says...

Not with a bang but with a whimper.

Posted 8:04pm 17th January 2014

man of ire (Manchester United) says...

we could beat them with a stick??

Posted 7:21pm 17th January 2014

redranter84 (Manchester United) says...

When we beat Chelsea in the Champions League a few years ago it was down to wide play predominantly from Valencia playing at right back. It was strange how even just a season ago that made us into an even more frightening attacking force, and this season it makes us an even bigger defensive liability. I'd like to think Moyes will have considered the potential tactics to win this game and come up with something clever. But I suspect what he will actually do is play an archaic 4-4-2 formation, and a defence that includes Chris Smalling. 3-0 Chelsea.

Posted 6:28pm 17th January 2014

highsociety (Liverpool) says...

@OrangeBear- definitely boring. Fallen asleep twice this season watching Chelsea. With all the funds spent on attacking midfielders you'd think they'd actually be more creative and exciting. Next time I want a nap I'll just throw on a Blues game. I'll be asleep within 20.

Posted 5:18pm 17th January 2014

eyal&alib (Manchester City) says...

United win please. Not sure how, but I'd love a United win..

Posted 5:07pm 17th January 2014

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