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Manchester United have turned into Everton, but Danny Welbeck is smart in possession, Aleksandar Kolarov is the crossing king and, if in doubt, Martin Skrtel kicks it out...

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rez plus (Manchester United) says...

Yes the results have been poor but the difference between Everton and a top team is really only two real quality players, often strikers, and United are missing two. The team needs an overhaul, no doubt at all but I do feel a bit sorry for Moyes for losing those two just when they'd have been extremely useful.

Posted 2:25pm 21st January 2014

GVMUFC says...

@lfcinblava: mighty wishful thinking there. I don't believe we are in danger of relegation. Besides, you'd miss us if we were gone. I doubt anybody misses leeds.

Posted 11:54am 21st January 2014

TheLargoEmbargo says...

Anyone writing for a living, particularly about numbers, should know the difference between LESS and FEWER. Otherwise... it looks a bit amateurish.

Posted 10:34am 21st January 2014

lfcinblava (Liverpool) says...

I don't know about Man United turning more into an Everton in disguise, to me it sounds more like this could be somewhere more cataclysmic like Leeds United in disguise - oh happy days....!!!

Posted 10:27am 21st January 2014

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