Now Are You Nervous, Louis?

It turns out that you can't win football matches just by looking all steely and declaring that you will. The good news is that Louis van Gaal now knows the size of the task...

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crow says...

@lfcfan80 it seems that to have a strong Prem we have to have foreign players at the expense of English ones and the national team although Hodgson is mucking the team up as well. So if that is indeed the case to get a decent national side we need more English players and so the Prem slightly weaker.

Posted 3:57am 4th September 2014

big dave (Manchester United) says...

@stevemelbourne - Jesus you are bitter aren't you? Don't let facts get in the way of a good whine mate, but if you'd care to actually look at any stats about Webb you will find that our win ratio with him refereeing is lower than our overall average over the period he was a top-flight ref. But of course that won't interest you will it, because it's so funny and clever to question the integrity of one of the best refs in the world over the past ten years, just as long as you can try to belittle the achievements of another team in some way to make life seem more bearable for you. As for the Mourinho to United thing, it's pretty certain that there's a bit more to it than a simple 'he says he didn't want to go to United so he didn't' because it would obviously be a PR disaster if it came out that he did want to. Did you even think of that fairly obvious point?

Posted 8:10am 27th August 2014

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