Yup. Get Zlatan off before he is off. Horrible stamp by their player.
I think he honestly didn't realise he was on a yellow when he booked him otherwise he wouldn't have given him a second yellow.
It will not surprise me if Zlatan get a retro-active Red for the elbow.
Couldn't agree more,we seem incapable of breaking down massed defences especially at home.So predictable.HuSsAiN wrote: ↑Sat Mar 04, 2017 3:16 pmWhy is everyone surprised?
This is our level, 6th.. Ray said it, and this just proved it. How many chances do we need to score?? How many??? Only have ourselves to blame.
and pogba.. lol, the less said, the better.. TWO GREAT CHANCES IN THE END.. Why does he seem so nervous when we are chasing the victory? so many easy passes he misplaced.
I'm just fed up, best chance is europa league, because I can see us dropping more points..
Bournemouth at home? lol.. 10 men??
West Ham home.. draw
ArizonaRed wrote: ↑Sat Mar 04, 2017 3:46 pmSo absolutely fornicate wasteful, this game should have been put away within the first 20 minutes. I have lost count of the number of times we have squandered the chance to make up ground on a top four position only to come out and make the opposition goalkeeper look like Buffon or Oliver Kahn in their prime.
On paper there wasn't too much wrong with the team selection. This was a good game to give Shaw a much needed run out and Jones and Rojo were a good pairing over the Christmas when Bailey was at the Africa Cup and Smalling carrying an injury. The pairing of Carrick and Pogba for the most part worked, they did get caught a little too far forward now and again and that left the back four exposed. To the best of my recollections playing Rooney behind Zlatan hasn't worked. Wile Rooney had energy and pace it worked but once he started to get tired and Bournemouth started packing the middle there where too any people in too little space. The less said about the refereeing the better it was piss poor, this game should be used as an example of how not to referee a game.
A very sporting gesture from Mourinho; once Bournemouth went down to 10 men bringing on Fellaini so we would be playing at equal strength. The only way that Fellaini should be played is like Chief in "One flew over the cuckoo nest", play him in the box and just put the ball in the hole. I would not put this lose down to any individual, it was a team effort; maybe it was underestimating them thinking they would just roll over and have their bellies scratched. Maybe we thought we could bully them into submission, in any case this game and one like it will end up defining our season.
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