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Posted: 02 Aug 2008, 05:22
by mpcarres14
i hope its liverpool to be honest they deserve it and now we have keane.
Why do you deserve it, because you've been crap for the better part of 18 years? Sorry, but that is poor logic, they haven't even come close to a title in forever. To be fair, assuming you throw out conspiracy theories like refs favoring Man U and such, the only clubs that deserve a title are the ones that win it at the end of the day, no questions asked.

Posted: 02 Aug 2008, 14:43
by fawver15
Exactly no one deserves the title in less you win it.
I don't see why not arsenal even though there is a lot of youth, Wenger always does great with bringing them up. Liverpool will end up doing something stupid and not win it. I really don't see why ManU won't win it again though

Posted: 02 Aug 2008, 15:09
by Hugh
Actually TBH I thought that arsenal deserved the title for this last season, their play was exemplary, and I like them more than Man U. But that's beside the point.

The point is that Liverpool will win next year. And if not them then Tottenham.

Posted: 02 Aug 2008, 19:59
by Rulezzz
Hugh wrote:Actually TBH I thought that arsenal deserved the title for this last season, their play was exemplary, and I like them more than Man U. But that's beside the point.

The point is that Liverpool will win next year. And if not them then Tottenham.
nah as much i dont like them i think man u deserved the title last season, arsenal played some lovely, attractive stuff, but they didnt penetrate defences like man u did, they werent ruthless enough in front of goal.

Posted: 02 Aug 2008, 20:02
by MUFC1994
ya but if Cr7 leaves then manu has just lost 42 goals....unless they get another person



o and btw i know this is totally of topic but does anybody know if the manu juventus game is going to be on a directv channel???

Posted: 02 Aug 2008, 20:06
by 2brown347
MUFC1994 wrote:ya but if Cr7 leaves then manu has just lost 42 goals....unless they get another person
Those goals woulda came from somewhere else, they still have lots of resources. Plus many of his goals came in games where they won by 2 or more, which means they weren't really needed to win, so they coulda still won the league without him and if he gets hit by a train like I'm hoping then they'll probably still do well. With Rooney and Tevez up front i don't think getting goals will be a problem at all, keeping them out might be.

Posted: 02 Aug 2008, 20:11
by MUFC1994
yes but Cr7 was a major player he was always being marked and the other teams goals were to take him out of the game....but no doubt manu will do well but if CR7 quits ten so will Fergie or so i hear.... :? :shock:

Posted: 02 Aug 2008, 20:13
by 2brown347
MUFC1994 wrote: if CR7 quits ten so will Fergie or so i hear.... :? :shock:
That's bulls**t, fergie has been in the same situation before and he'd just move on an continue to build his team if cr7 leaves. That's one of the dumbest rumors I've heard to be honest.

Posted: 02 Aug 2008, 20:23
by MUFC1994
its not a rumor cause fergie said he would actually quit if CR7 left... i'll try to find the article for u

Posted: 02 Aug 2008, 20:56
by mpcarres14
And if not them then Tottenham
Hah! This has got to be the funniest thing I've read in ages. They have no chance with Tom Hundredstone as their holding mid, and their defense will play a maximum of 5 games together before either Woodgate or King (or both) get crocked. Not to mention Gomes, although extremely talented, has a habit of letting in howlers.

Posted: 02 Aug 2008, 21:55
by Davidson9
mpcarres14 wrote:
And if not them then Tottenham
Hah! This has got to be the funniest thing I've read in ages. They have no chance with Tom Hundredstone as their holding mid, and their defense will play a maximum of 5 games together before either Woodgate or King (or both) get crocked. Not to mention Gomes, although extremely talented, has a habit of letting in howlers.
Warning to all people at a neutral standpoint, extreme bias. :o

Posted: 03 Aug 2008, 19:56
by powell
2brown347 wrote:
MUFC1994 wrote:ya but if Cr7 leaves then manu has just lost 42 goals....unless they get another person
Those goals woulda came from somewhere else, they still have lots of resources. Plus many of his goals came in games where they won by 2 or more, which means they weren't really needed to win, so they coulda still won the league without him and if he gets hit by a train like I'm hoping then they'll probably still do well. With Rooney and Tevez up front i don't think getting goals will be a problem at all, keeping them out might be.
overall in the prem last season ronaldo scored 39% of all man utd goals so without his goals u'd be fu**ed pretty much. Not even the combined goals of rooney and tevez measured up to his.

Posted: 04 Aug 2008, 01:26
by Real_Zidane
powell wrote:
2brown347 wrote:
MUFC1994 wrote:ya but if Cr7 leaves then manu has just lost 42 goals....unless they get another person
Those goals woulda came from somewhere else, they still have lots of resources. Plus many of his goals came in games where they won by 2 or more, which means they weren't really needed to win, so they coulda still won the league without him and if he gets hit by a train like I'm hoping then they'll probably still do well. With Rooney and Tevez up front i don't think getting goals will be a problem at all, keeping them out might be.
overall in the prem last season ronaldo scored 39% of all man utd goals so without his goals u'd be fu**ed pretty much. Not even the combined goals of rooney and tevez measured up to his.
The reason Ronaldo got so many goals (and Rooney and Tevez didn't so much) is because of everyone around him. They've been busy setting up goals for him, but if he leaves they certainly have the talent (if not more) to pick up the slack. Along with whoever they buy if they sell Ronaldo.[/b]

Posted: 04 Aug 2008, 01:37
by soccer11
the worst thing that could happen to manchester united would be if they sold c.ronaldo with only a couple days left in the transfer window. i don't think they'd be able to find anyone to buy in a couple days. it'd be better to just sell now. they still have time at least.

Posted: 04 Aug 2008, 01:43
by casar22
ManUtd(4th consecutive year)