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Fabio and Van Persie, who were pretty great for them last year, have been injured a lot so far.
I think it's very easy to overstate Man U's problems. They have twice the turnover as Liverpool and Liverpool are one of Europe's wealthiest clubs. If they need to reinvent themselves this summer, they'll have the cash to do it.
pointed out Moyes's various decisions to replace a bunch of other longtime MUFC coaches and scouts and trainers (e.g. Rene Meulensteen) with new people (e.g. Phil Neville).
Is Luke Shaw "worth" 20M or 30M?
I think United's in pretty deep trouble. There are no guarantees of top-4 finishes or of great players dying to play there...
Saw on Twitter that Walcott is out for "at least" 6 months, meaning he would also miss the World Cup.
I suppose you could argue the injury might hurt England more than Arsenal
Holy crap, those Di Natale goals. So many perfect strikes.
Speaking of English WC chances, what the hell happened to Townsend? I don't remember him being hurt, but he just seems to have disappeared.
West Ham have signed Roger Johnson from Wolves. I think that's the definition of PANIC!!!!
I'm surprised he'd move that far from home. It's a weird one for Toronto but I guess they know what they're doing.
MCoA, have you taken a look at how ManU's underlying stats look this year compared to last? I realize that's not really a CFC post, but (in line with your AVB post) quantifying the difference between Ferguson and Moyes would be interesting.
I'm gonna do Moyes next, in the same fashion as the AVB post, looking at Everton and United. (And I guess Wigan with Martinez.)
Chelsea turned Vitesse Arnheim into a AAA club, and Vitesse are tied for first in the Eredivisie.
I haven't seen that many United games this year, but the problem is not the quality of the crosses, the problem is that the players they have up front aren't really the type to do that much with them. What's Kagawa supposed to do with a cross?
Aiden McGeady to Everton.
I don't know much about McGeady, but as an abstract player-type he makes sense in the Everton squad.
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