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Thread: OGS

  1. #1

    OGS

    Please come back, all is forgiven!





  2. #2

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    If it wasn't for De gea spurs could've won that 3/4-1

  3. #3

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    Second half Spurs had some great chances but United look a different team. It's hard to judge whether it's just the players saying "Anyone but Mourinho" or OGS has got them playing. Time will tell I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thehumblegringo View Post
    Second half Spurs had some great chances but United look a different team. It's hard to judge whether it's just the players saying "Anyone but Mourinho" or OGS has got them playing. Time will tell I guess.
    In all fairness to ole the one thing he's definitely done is got all the players happy again and utilising the pace they have

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    A monkey could have taken over Manure. The players are a disgrace.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamieccfc View Post
    If it wasn't for De gea spurs could've won that 3/4-1
    If your auntie had bollox she works be your uncle.

    Lloris pulled a couple off a few saves of his own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamieccfc View Post
    If it wasn't for De gea spurs could've won that 3/4-1
    They need two new centre-halves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J R Hartley View Post
    If your auntie had bollox she works be your uncle.

    Lloris pulled a couple off a few saves of his own.
    Auntie and bollox your favourite phrase, I'm now convinced you're a closet manc

  9. #9

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamieccfc View Post
    If it wasn't for De gea spurs could've won that 3/4-1
    11 quality saves from Twizzle , how long are those mans leg and arms .

    Yes I am a man of maturing age , and yes as you point , out a bit "brain dead " but I can remember a Gerry Anderson kids show called Twizzle , where the character was able to extend his arms and legs .

  10. #10

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamieccfc View Post
    Auntie and bollox your favourite phrase, I'm now convinced you're a closet manc
    I've detected the same , even from my vegetated state of mind .

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    Quote Originally Posted by life on mars View Post
    I've detected the same , even from my vegetated state of mind .
    Ok maybe brain dead was a little harsh ��

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamieccfc View Post
    Auntie and bollox your favourite phrase, I'm now convinced you're a closet manc
    Nah, from the valleys and grew up in the 80s so used to support Liverpool as a kid.

    I do admire Man Us away support. I think they are the best in the business.

  13. #13

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    Quote Originally Posted by J R Hartley View Post
    Nah, from the valleys and grew up in the 80s so used to support Liverpool as a kid.

    I do admire Man Us away support. I think they are the best in the business.
    Certainly the best we've had at the CCS this season.

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    It was a good display from Man U. However, they rode their luck and on the balance of play, a draw would have been a fair result. Having said that, their defence and their keeper kept them in it, so maybe it was a hard-fought and a deserved 3 points.

    They have a squad worth almost $1Billion. Just saying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamieccfc View Post
    Ok maybe brain dead was a little harsh ��
    I've been called worse ,usually ends up ugly .😉

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    Quote Originally Posted by life on mars View Post
    11 quality saves from Twizzle , how long are those mans leg and arms .

    Yes I am a man of maturing age , and yes as you point , out a bit "brain dead " but I can remember a Gerry Anderson kids show called Twizzle , where the character was able to extend his arms and legs .
    And torchie the battery boy and fireball xl5

  17. #17

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    Quote Originally Posted by Malckent View Post
    And torchie the battery boy and fireball xl5
    And we were Lost in Space ,with Stingray and Thunderbirds .

  18. #18

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    Quote Originally Posted by life on mars View Post
    11 quality saves from Twizzle , how long are those mans leg and arms .

    Yes I am a man of maturing age , and yes as you point , out a bit "brain dead " but I can remember a Gerry Anderson kids show called Twizzle , where the character was able to extend his arms and legs .
    ...and neck

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    Was hoping he’d be regretful for how absolutely disgraceful he did here and loan us a tidy player

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    Quote Originally Posted by Watamistakatomaka View Post
    A monkey could have taken over Manure. The players are a disgrace.
    Totally agree.
    Can't judge Ole until he brings in "his own" players

  21. #21

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    Exiting game that. Some good football, and som great tactics from both managers.

  22. #22

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    Has OGS got more points in 6 games with Man U than he did with us?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Watamistakatomaka View Post
    A monkey could have taken over Manure. The players are a disgrace.
    Or perhaps mourhino is a disgrace

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    Quote Originally Posted by J R Hartley View Post
    If your auntie had bollox she works be your uncle.

    Lloris pulled a couple off a few saves of his own.
    Predictive text a sod ain't it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toadstool View Post
    Has OGS got more points in 6 games with Man U than he did with us?
    No. We played 30 games under Ole and managed 32 points.

  26. #26

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    Quote Originally Posted by J R Hartley View Post
    Nah, from the valleys and grew up in the 80s so used to support Liverpool as a kid.

    I do admire Man Us away support. I think they are the best in the business.
    Really? Many actual Mancunians follow them away these days? Or is there away support mainly made up of plastics? Actually their away support has always, in my days at least, not been from Manchester or the Greater Manchester area. If memory serves me well, most of the Man Utd fans that were sent packing from Cardiff in Sept '74 were 'London Reds'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Soul '68 View Post
    Really? Many actual Mancunians follow them away these days? Or is there away support mainly made up of plastics? Actually their away support has always, in my days at least, not been from Manchester or the Greater Manchester area. If memory serves me well, most of the Man Utd fans that were sent packing from Cardiff in Sept '74 were 'London Reds'.
    I didn't have time to ask the fecks where they were from at the time .

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    Quote Originally Posted by life on mars View Post
    I didn't have time to ask the fecks where they were from at the time .
    You wouldn’t have caught them, they were like Olympic sprinters 🏃*♂️🏃*♂️🏃*♂️🏃*♂️🏃*♂️🏃*♂️

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